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Whats the interest of having a LTR?
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mASF post by "hotlab"
posted on: alt.seduction.relationships, July 7, 2005

On 7/11/05 11:52:00 AM, OceanEyes wrote:
>On 7/11/05 10:39:00 AM, hotlab wrote:
>>On 7/10/05 5:23:00 AM, zarathustra_fi
>>WOMEN, OF COURSE, ARE NOT the only ones
>>to suffer losses under the new
>>androgyny. Although many men find the
>>sexual freedom much more to their
>>liking, studies find that men, too,
>>benefit from marriage and are much more
>>prone to depression, addiction, crime,
>>and many other ills in the unmarried
>Men trapped in the matrix, men that
>don't understand
>secret society,

The "secret society" according to findings of Abraham Maslow constitutes 5 % of
the female population:

"The high dominance women ... were inclined to promiscuity and experimentation
- many had had lesbian experiences or tried sadomasochism. They liked males of
even higher dominance."

Those I consider best suited for a relationship constitute 90% of the female

"Medium dominance women, the largest group, were basically romantics. They
liked the kind of men who would take them to restaurants with candlelight and
give them flowers. They were looking for Mr Right. They were capable of a
certain amount of promiscuity, but it was essentially a second best - what they
really wanted was a husband who was a good father and provider. They also
wanted him to be slightly more dominant than they were, but not too dominant.
Very high dominance males scared them."

>men that are ruled by
>Big Sister,
>men that believe all those romantic
>notions they were
>raised with and which are promoted by
>popular media.
>How was the honeymoon hotlab?

Romantic and exciting.


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