Hi everyone. Working on getting better and better every day. For those of you that aren't familiar with me, I'm 42, 6'1" 225 lbs with good lifts. Financially well off and over 6 months into my MAP.
I wanted to point out some redpill truths I've seen in my own life and how my dear wife shit tests me and how I've learned to handle it properly. I'm sharing this info as both a learning and teaching tool. Feel free to comment and share what you guys have seen too.
My wife, professionally, is high performing pussy. She has a good job, a lot of pride, and wears her feminine "independence" like a badge of honor. She chirps constantly about how she "doesn't need a man... blah blah, yadda, yadda..." I get a kick out hearing her ramble. When she rants like that for some hamstery reason, at times, I'll do things like roll around behind her, grab her hips and dry hump her and tell her, "yeah, but you like my cock in you..." she laughs a bit, then pushes me away, and says, "stop acting like an animal!".... I tell her then, "I can't help myself... you make me like an animal..." she then laughs again and goes about her business, acting like she's completely disgusted and reviled.
Later that night she sits with me and starts touching me after the kids go to bed. Acting all flirty and affectionate, asking me to go upstairs with her. I go up and crawl in bed. She goes into the bathroom, comes out about 30 seconds later, naked. I immediately get up, scoop her up, pin her against the wall, then have my way with her. Women love to be manhandled. It ends with her in front of the bathroom mirror, me behind her with her....
Now the whole point of this story is to show that she acted like a "bitch" earlier in the day and puffed her chest out with independent feminine pride AND like she was completely turned off by my animalistic gestures, BUT she RESPONDED sexually to a man that laughed at her, teased her, and treated her like a silly little girl. I know how she TRULY feels based on her behavior.
Please share examples of what you guys have seen and how you handled it. Love to hear them.