He started visiting sites like /r/ The Red Pill and is now going on about how women need to know their place, should be homemakers and the like.
He's been taken in by conservative and traditionalist rhetoric, and it's becoming increasingly an issue as he doesn't help with the housework or anything.
I personally believe things should be shared, and any variation from a 50/50 model in terms of housework and actual work should be maturely discussed and decided upon based upon any number of factors, such as income and personal preference.
However, he is not giving me any such chance. He used to think like me, or said he did. We're both young (early 20s) so marriage and kids aren't on the table yet. I really love this man, and initially thought he was the one, but now I'm not so sure.
What do I do /adv/? is there any way to change him back to the loving, caring, considerate person he was? Or should I just leave?
>inb4 "know your place woman"
Please kindly fuck off. I don't want that kind of a relationship.
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Woman A: >early 30s >professionally successful, earns good money >decent looks >smart >kind of stubborn >has a few sisters who are all bitchy towards me, parents don't like me much either >has some feminist / liberal leaning views
Woman B: >early 20s >a little less mature that Woman A >better looks >not as successful professionally, in a career that doesn't pay well >not as intelligent / bright as Woman A >more traditionalist / conservative views
>Had a crush on this girl since High School >Was gonna ask her out but on the same day >Guy beat me to it and started dating her >They broke up two months in >we stayed friends
fast forward a year later... >We're real close now, we talk almost every day >Sometimes she suggests to come to her house but other times she tells me she doesn't like boys coming to her house >sometimes she acts really flirty and talks to me all the time but then other times she acts real bitchy towards me and even ignores me at times >It really gets to me even though it shouldn't >I still would want to get in a relationship with her but i don't really think anything of it and see her as just a good friend
Why does she act like that and what should i do? It's mentally exhausting
It has come to my attention that my girlfriend wants to get a tattoo. Problem is, I'm absolutely turned off by tattooed women. Like I can't really get a hard on for any girl with tattoo. How do I convince her not to go through with it without sounding like a control freak? She's had a previous boyfriend who'd try to control everything about her. I tried to bring the tattoo thing up with her awhile ago but I felt the tension building so I dropped the topic. I think she's being defensive because she's on guard that I might be trying to control her. I just want her to consider how I feel as I've already told her that I'm not into tattoos at all. What's the best way to approach this situation?
I've met with this female twice before... Online thing. We kissed the first time, second time aswell. She had told me she wanted to fuck... But didn't wanna give it up too easy, since she felt I wouldn't care about her, and I told her straight up I wouldn't, I know I cock blocked myself. I'd rather be honest than hurt anyone, just seemed to soon, I told her I'm looking for friends with benefits.
>meet up with her >ask if she wants to go to the movies or eat.... Get shut down. >so we're just chilling in the car like at 11 pm....
I drove an hour just to see her, she doesn't want to do shit, but chill. How the fuck does this not scream "let's fuck"? >I'm trying to talk to her >she keeps her answers short
She's the nervous and quiet type, cares too much about what she'll say might come off as stupid. We've all been there. >I keep trying and it hits me that over text she talks like crazy and in person nothing. >after a couple moments I start thinking she's not putting any effort, why should I.... >I stay quiet, give her short answers >she asks if I wanna leave >switch it back on her, she says no
I shoulda left >I go in for a kiss;seems forced >ask if she wants to go to the back of car, she does, we make out and I start feeling up on her >she says no and holds my hands back, tells me that I ain't getting shit..... >I take it as be a man and start grabbing up more >she doesn't seem to want it >I realize what I'm doing... And I stop and tell her I gotta go... >she asks what's wrong >I explain that I'm disrespecting her and I feel like a rapist and I should leave.
On text she seems cool, even flirty but in person no.... It felt like I was trying to rape her. I've been with 9 women, I've never had to use drugs or anything like that. I'm better than that.
I posted here about a week ago so just for recap. >Girlfriend of 3 years was cheating on me >She's filing false claims of rape/abuse/hacking against me >She has my old email address and is using it >New boyfriend filed complaints on me on IC3.gov and claimed I was hacking
Ultimately, I know my ex has issues but I don't want to see her prosecuted for the false allegations. She has issues. She's on meds. what can be done?