With today being Easter, I was thinking about how the Community of the Wrongly Accused pointed out that Jesus is the most famous falsely accused man in history. That’s true, although if the second coming happened today, Jesus would have much more in the way of false accusations to deal with.
In Christian churches, many women treat Jesus not as their savior as such, but as they’re boyfriend. It “works” for them since they’re dealing with someone they are only imagining in their heads. However, it creates a huge problem for Christian men since no man can compete with the Jesus boyfriend women have inside their heads. To Christians, Jesus is God, and no man can compete with God, much less what women have in their own heads with treating Jesus as their boyfriend. The Christian dating advice industry doesn’t deal with this problem and won’t even admit it exists.
If Jesus were to come back, millions of Christian women would have their illusion shattered that Jesus is their boyfriend. This would lead to women falsely accusing Jesus of rape to get back at him. The same false accusation bandwagon effect that happened to Bill Cosby would happen to Jesus.
Just remember, not even Jesus can avoid false accusations from women. If the son of God can’t, then you won’t be able to either if you spend enough time with women.
Something I have been meaning to start talking about is the Christian dating advice industry, but I haven’t gotten around to it until now. What finally got me to start writing about it was a pair of articles by Milo Yiannopoulos about MGTOW. Both of those articles had a good number of comments (although it’s now buried in thousands of comments) where tradcons would try and convince MGTOW that there were plenty of “good women” in churches. This is not true, and Christian dating advice isn’t true either. Just because something is “Christian” does not mean its any better than the non-Christian equivalent if it involves women.
While Christian dating advice has its own unique quirks, most of the differences between Christian dating advice and regular dating advice are cosmetic. The “go to church” dating advice is a good example of this. It’s equivalent to feminist dating advice which says you should date feminists, “red pill” dating advice that says you should date “red pill” women, etc. None of the women in any of these groups are any different. They’re all the same. I can tell you from personal experience that single women in church are the same types of single women you will find outside of church. They’re desperate to get married because either they have kids, are otherwise divorced, or are otherwise “former” sluts whose looks are starting to fade. It’s the reserves problem, but churches are worse because the single women there are actively trying to mine the reserves even more so than outside of church.
You might think that because Christianity says no sex until marriage, that would mitigate the problem. It does not. No sex until marriage only applies to men. Women in church are given a pass for all their sexual sins because the church teaches that fornication is that man’s fault because of “male headship”. It’s worse than that because the men Christian women fornicate with aren’t in church. The single men in church are all part of the reserves so they aren’t getting any. Since men get blamed for women’s sexual sins in churches, it’s the men in the reserves that are getting attacked from the pulpit for sins that women and men outside of church commit. These men are doing the time, but don’t get the benefit of doing the crime/sin. It’s a really perverse form of the gay virgin player rapist problem. “Male headship” is also an excuse for churches to blame men and only men for divorce. The divorce rate in churches is practically the same outside of church proving again that women are all the same.
Churches are as feminist as anything else in our gynocentric and gynocratic society. They’re a misandrist institution. They’re aren’t going to produce dating advice that’s fundamentally different from the rest of the dating advice industry. Christian dating advice is a scam like almost all other dating advice.
There’s more to the Christian dating advice industry than I have covered here. I will be covering that in future blog entries.
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