The light switch effect.

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September 2, 2019

Today I realized that it doesn’t matter how redpilled you claim to be or how much terrible shit you’ve seen from women, it’ll always leave you in shock as to how cold they can be. In this particular case it was my sister who has been in an LTR for a year and a half. In that period she’s bragged about how he was amazing and how much she loved him. She moved in with him and they pretty much lived together for the majority of the relationship.

However for the past few months he’s been jobless and she’s had to pick up the slack (Branch swing initiated). They got into an argument and broke up but the same day she took him back and told him that he’d have to get his shit together. A week later he gets a job- this is when she reveals that she’s no longer interested. All of a sudden she’s super spiritual and is in tune with her spirit animal (lol). It turns out she met some guy who’s into all that shit. After breaking the news to her bf- he broke down and threatened to kill himself. She calls the cops and they take him to the hospital.

I find out later on that the kid has some serious past trauma. Kinda felt bad tbh. I know he broke frame and acted like a bitch crying but her behavior toward him after that shocked me. I couldn’t fathom completely being able to detach myself emotionally so quickly. It was almost in a instant it seemed. It’s as if everything they went through and all that “love” was nonexistent. I made this post because I’m in an LTR now and I’m aware of AWALT. I know the moment I stop being her rock I’ll be dumped to the side just like my sister’s now ex.

Have any of you become immune to this kind of behavior from women? Or does it still leave you with your mouth open when you witness it first hand?

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Title The light switch effect.
Author Lightways434
Upvotes 282
Comments 83
Date 02 September 2019 01:00 AM UTC (1 year ago)
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[–]The1ndex323 points324 points  (12 children) | Copy

My jaw drops every time. You and I have to remind ourselves of the “right now” concept. She loves me... right now.

Love for a woman is solely emotional and not based on any form of logic.

There is a reason they call the volatile weather Mother Nature, and not Father Nature. Mother Nature will shower you with sunshine, and then one minute later, completely destroy you and everything on the planet.

[–]Lightways434[S] 49 points50 points  (0 children) | Copy

What a great analogy. I’m with you on the right now concept- everything is predicated on feels

[–]ThirstyWraith55 points56 points  (3 children) | Copy

From an evolutionary standpoint it seems to make sense, what good is it to love a man that has gotten weak. He may get strong again in the future, but what matters is that the (not even yet existent) family needs to be protected right now, can't wait for him to man up and let the family potentially die in the meantime

[–]Skuggasveinn19 points20 points  (2 children) | Copy

That's why women prefer the already prepared complete package instead of potential.

[–]Speedracer1111 1 points [recovered]  (1 child) | Copy

They prefer whatever makes their pussy juices flow, at that moment.

Last night, could be the lead singer in an upcoming band with great potential. Today, could be enthralled by her boss giving an amazing presentation. And tonight, could be watching her stay at home husband put the kids to bed, ya ok, that's not going to do it.

[–]holyshocker0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Barry has a great personality and such a great dad. He even has the dad bod ;).

[–]XLNC-17 points18 points  (0 children) | Copy

Hence the saying “Old Father Time.”

[–]Balea20199 points10 points  (1 child) | Copy

What is interesting is that most languages have a concept of "mother nature" that is femenine and seems to have appeared individually.

[–]hmsthinkingmeat7 points8 points  (0 children) | Copy

Women give birth/life and are biologically evovlved to nurture (produce food (milk)).

The earth give life and nurtures.

It's not surprising really.

[–]alpthereal6 points7 points  (0 children) | Copy

Loved the analogy but, the reason it is called Mother Nature is the feminine part of nature itself. When Nature chooses you, it says that "hey you. You are okay to breed and pass your DNA to next generation" like how women 'chooses' their partner to fuck.

Nature is what selects, JBP says.

[–]NeuroBoss315 points6 points  (0 children) | Copy

This may be one of the most epic things I've read in this entire sub.

[–]PrsnPersuasion0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

I tend to agree, but is our love for women any more “logical”?

[–]mrbadassmotherfucker-1 points0 points  (0 children) | Copy

Wow, so true. Maybe that's why nature's a bitch sometimes.

[–]hedden9368 points69 points  (4 children) | Copy

The hardest thing about my last LTR (of 3 years) was I was just so confused by her behavior. It didn't make any sense to me. She lies, manipulated and was cheating on me for months. When I found out, I broke up and told her to move out. She got suicidal and threatened to kill herself on a daily basis. I was a beta nice guy so I was her emotional tampon for months, trying to make her feel better. The whole time it was eating away at my happiness. The entire time I was helping her not kill herself, she was still texting the guy she cheated on me with (she promised she blocked him) and she was texting him and all her friends that I was an abusive asshole.

I was so fucking confused how after all I did for her, even after what she did to me, that she still tried to make me into an asshole badguy. The extent of the hamster wheeling with drive you angry and confused beyond all doubt. You just gotta be authentically yourself and know she'll do whatever mental gymnastics she needs to in order to justify her behavior. It really is confusing and sobering when it happens to you. Almost impossible not to fully accept the red pill after that.

[–]hmsthinkingmeat24 points25 points  (0 children) | Copy

They have to claim you're an abusive asshole otherwise everyone will know she's a slut.

Happened to me too.

They are children.

[–]Lightways434[S] 12 points13 points  (0 children) | Copy

It sucks you had to learn the hard way but sometimes that’s what it takes for you to fully accept the red pill. On your point about them doing anything to rationalize their behavior- you don’t truly understand the extent they’d go until it’s you in that position and to that effect, trp allows for that realization to manifest. In many ways these experiences are blessings.

[–]Nergaal6 points7 points  (0 children) | Copy

You are not the only one who "stuck around" at suicide threats, only to be shat on with the cheatee that she was supposed to block, and eventually made to look as the asshole in the whole drama to all the people around her.

[–]circlingdispair4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

I completely understand how you feel. I gave my ex everything and asked for little in return. I mentored her, I gave her career advice, I consoled her and reassured her after a death of a family member and her childhood pet in the same week, I didn't use her physical and mental insecurities against her, I helped her with her anxiety and anxiety attacks. I treated her like a human being accepting of her faults because nobody is perfect. I was her rock, I was was the light house guiding her to port in during the storm. She dumped me out of no where a day after one of the best dates we had ever had. I was a confused mess, I didn't know what i did or didn't do; I didn't understand how someone who was so over the moon with me less than a day ago could be so cold and heartless to me after all that I had done for them. Then it hit me, boats lost in a storm always look for a lighthouse, yet very few actually thank the light house keeper once they reach the port.

That was a crossing of the Rubicon moment in my life regarding any future relations I choose to have with women. Like you said its hard not to fully accept the pill after that. For the first time in my life I was depressed and suicidal and I never want to give someone else that much control or influence over me ever again. It's really hard because I cant stop looking at all women now as just something to have sex with. Its not like I don't want to connect with someone else, its not like I want to be full of overwhelming loneliness all the time. But why would I invest anything in anybody especially a woman when they can just wake up and I suddenly mean nothing to them. Its like they are defective; the sex that is "more in tune" and ruled by their feelings is unable to think of anything else but their own and 99% objectively incorrect feelings. It also really sucks because I have wanted for a long time to be a father; but how can I put in that lever of emotional investment into building a family when regardless of what I do or don't do the person who is supposed to be my partner can wake up and just want to leave me. Personally I think that having your kids taken away from you as a father would be a million times worse than not having them at all.

I honestly don't understand why men have the capability to love, especially unconditionally. In the caveman days men had better chances of passing on their genes by sleeping with as many women as possible and imo love is completely counter productive to that. You could say that as humans continued to progress and evolve such a "cut throat" approach to mating was no longer necessary and hence the ability to love was born in men. However if that's the case why didn't women evolve a natural counter to their hypergamy? As always, life gives us more questions than answers.

[–][deleted] 60 points61 points  (7 children) | Copy

The light switch effect is completely incomprehensible to us men. I think it's probably the #1 thing that fucks us up about women: their ability to wake up one day and be completely over a guy and not give a shit about him in the slightest. It can even happen in a matter of hours, not even days.

[–]dasani734 points35 points  (2 children) | Copy

Yes! Literally just happened to me. At 9:08 she was calling me n saying she misses me and was in shower with her. At 11:02 she texts she's not feeling me anymore and she hopes I find someone because I'm a nice guy

[–]mrbadassmotherfucker27 points28 points  (0 children) | Copy

I feel sorry for them. It must be so fucking confusing having such different emotions running through you all the time. I'm amazed they can actually live a relatively normal life at all!

[–]Xerexes38697 points8 points  (0 children) | Copy

Yeah. My gf, keeps texting me she misses me every other day. Sometimes I reply me too sometimes I just ask how much? or some bullshit question like that. I hardly ever (let's say never) tell her I love her. When she says it first I just say love you too.

I know it's not a healthy way to behave but who gives a flying fuck about a woman's feelings because she wouldn't give a fuck about mine. They need to be kept on edge and fed bread crumbs of your validation. She should never have it all. That's how she stays in line.

Once she has it all she will try to find something else, somethingmore. Nothing matters to her. Never beg her to stay. Just say "okay". You made your choice. I would want to continue but I'll respect feelings and then kick her out.

Just like 50 cent said in Big Rich Town :- I'm a undercover liar, I lie under the covers Look a bitch in the eyes and tell her "baby, I love you" You're my inspiration, you're my motivation You're the reason that I'm moving with no hesitation.

[–]proplfax11 points12 points  (0 children) | Copy

i don't agree with tihs at all. i left my last ex because i met a new girl and it was just way better. still loved my ex, but felt like moving on so i did.

in theory, men's desire to fuck new women non-stop is way more powerful than hypergamy. everyone here is just starting out as a massive beta with 0 abundance. we're less cold about it, yea, but it doesn't change the end result.

[–]jm513 points4 points  (2 children) | Copy

The light switch effect is completely incomprehensible to us men.

Plenty of hypergamy with sports pros. Player goes from team A to team B because $$$. Happens all the time.

[–]Twenty_league_boots14 points15 points  (1 child) | Copy

That isn't remotely similar. That's called "accepting a better job offer."

[–]ThirstyWraith22 points23 points  (0 children) | Copy

Can't emphasize AWALT enough. I didn't think AWALT, cause blue pill remnants, and was shocked first hand.

[–]Swanniie15 points16 points  (1 child) | Copy

When the light switch effect happens, you KNOW there's another guy in the picture. Or 5.

[–]PrsnPersuasion2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

There’s always other men in the picture.

[–]xcalibercaliber13 points14 points  (0 children) | Copy

God damnit. I don’t ordinarily say that but I fucking hate and love the words of op and connectors spewing the painful truth my blue pulled asshole rigorously rejected. It is relieving to see and understand but simultaneously profoundly disturbing to see the how and why an LTR of 10+ years of mine disintegrated. God damnit and AWALT. Don’t. Fucking. Level. With. Her. You being honest and open with how you feel is the direct action of you peeling her out of your life. Though technologies improvements are astounding, we as humans really haven’t moved forward that far

[–][deleted] 35 points36 points  (8 children) | Copy

It’s one of those things you accept, but it still shocks you, because it always seems to get worse and worse. I feel like this would never have happened in the 50’s.

[–]ZeppKfw28 points29 points  (2 children) | Copy

Because Americans were more conservative in the 50's. Now, casual sex isn't frowned upon and even encouraged by some people. So commitment isn't worth anything.

[–]Bedtimeshine5 points6 points  (0 children) | Copy

Women werent different in the 50s. They just weren’t allowed to be themselves in that society.

[–]imtheoneimmortal0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

Bad things made you stronger remember

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

That’s why I’m so strong now I suppose.

[–]DAOcomment20 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

Opportunism is biology so it's never been otherwise. There were no good old days. Nature is ruthless. Women who weren't opportunistic were weeded out of the gene pool, while women who swung to the best branch multiplied and prospered. Men are opportunistic too.

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Good point as well. Probably seems worse today because of the internet

[–]spider_133711 points12 points  (0 children) | Copy

Ive shared this a couple times but ill share it again. One day the girl i was seeing hinted at wanting exclusivity. I was still vetting and being cautious. That day we have a date and she looks me in the eyes and tells me she loves me( i love you right now). The weekend comes up and she leaves town to visit a cousin or something. I believe it was a little less than a week when she tells me that she "met someone else". I said ok since i already knew. Her friend for whatever reason had told me she ended up liking the guy she met out of town and was currently on the road to go see him. I remember i casually asked "On the road? You mean he lives far or what haha? To which she replies "Yeah he lives on another state."

Huh thats funny. You cant really make this shit up tbh.

[–]Balea201910 points11 points  (1 child) | Copy

Actually evolution selected but these traits in opposite, women needed to light switch in order to accept when their tribe was conquered by new men, those who didn't died in battle and their genes didn't reproduce. For men, those who would be harder to change their feelings, got positively selected because they were most likely to take care of the offspring

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Actually evolution selected but these traits in opposite, women needed to light switch in order to accept when their tribe was conquered by new men, those who didn't died in battle

had to scroll nearly to the bottom to find this. smh

[–]Abnull29 points30 points  (2 children) | Copy

AWALT, it's just the way woman are, they can't do anything about it. Don't blame them for it. Blame the people who should of taught you about it.

It's not being cold, it's just normal. You can't tell me you wouldn't leave your average girlfriend for a supermodel if you had the chance. Or date both.

All men act in a certain way too. We just don't need to leave our current partner to get a new one.

[–]Balea201917 points18 points  (0 children) | Copy

No is not the same. Most men could cheat physically a LTR but not emotionally. This is a female behavior adaptation

[–]Lightways434[S] 2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

I don’t blame them for it. I know it just the way women are and have always been, maybe a lot more now then before. The coldness for me was expressed through her disposing of him and in the manner it was done

[–]Warren_Bateman8 points9 points  (0 children) | Copy

Immune? Hell no.

But I’ll be damned before they see it affect me.

Wait until it happens to you and your ex rewrites your entire history together. That time you planned her birthday party? Omg, You were so controlling! That time you went to seaworld together? He hated the whales! That time when she started branch swinging and you expressed your displeasure? He was always so jealousss!

It’s gaslighting to the highest degree and it’s the best evidence in the world about how she sees you - someone else in this sub put it succinctly, “she doesn’t think about you at all, you’re just a prop on the stage that is their solipsistic lives”.

When it’s your turn, you’re the light of her life. When your turn is over, you’re history is just attention fodder.

Edit: grammar

[–]Truedemocracy514 points15 points  (3 children) | Copy

Light switch would be more like breaking up within 2 weeks of a job loss. But months? That will ruin any relationship

Here’s a quote for you. If you’re in a relationship or married the second you lose a job the countdown of your relationship has begun

[–]jm5128 points29 points  (1 child) | Copy

There's an old saying: When poverty comes through the door, love flies out of the window.

[–]Lightways434[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Wow. I’m saving this one.

[–]zielkarz0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Almost everyone would like to break up with someone who's miserable for months

[–]asorals12 points13 points  (5 children) | Copy

Although TRP has opened my eyes to the true nature of women I still tend to become shocked and puzzled at how they act.

All I can put it down to is lack of experience after having my eyes opened. I probably haven't digested the pill yet. Only once you've digested it do you become immune I'd say.

It's almost as if you'd need to have a few experiences that numb you to it all after you've been shown the light initially.

[–]Lightways434[S] 8 points9 points  (4 children) | Copy

I agree with having experiences in order to fully understand but even then it still leaves you baffled.

[–]asorals8 points9 points  (3 children) | Copy

The reason it doesn't leave me entirely baffled is because of TRP.

That still doesn't stop me from concerning myself with the 'why' though.

That's something I need to stop doing as an individual.

[–]mrbadassmotherfucker4 points5 points  (1 child) | Copy

You may as well try studying and understanding why electrons can phase between realities.

[–]asorals2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

Agreed. Super pointless indeed.

[–]agjrpsl17 points18 points  (0 children) | Copy

Women are cold blooded creatures. Never trust them.

[–]life0363 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy

I'm still left a little speechless when I read or hear stories like that. I'm mostly immune to that kind of shit happening to me because I never allow myself to be put in that kind of position, so while I'm "safe", I still feel pangs of empathy for the poor fools that allow themselves to get stepped on like that.

[–]LucKygg3 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy

“Just be yourself” & “You’re fine just the way you are”.

Two of the biggest lies told in modern day. This is an example of a guy who unfortunately isn’t mentally ready to be in and deal with a LTR. But it still sucks to read and I hope he gets help and gets better. He’s the perfect candidate for TRP.

[–]aWorldBornDead2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

My sisters are both married and have kids age 8 to age 18. If one of them did that to their husband/children I'd cut them off forever. It doesn't matter if it's family, cancer is cancer and needs to be excised. Thankfully, one is conservative and one is liberal but are both dedicated to giving their children the best life possible.

[–]teabagabeartrap2 points3 points  (1 child) | Copy

Really harsh truth. Yes. Indeed.

Good to learn from others instead of yourself. That stuff will crush you, if it hits you unprepared.

I want to use this thread to ask a question too: I see from time to time woman, who will stick with a guy, that has nothing to offer. But I don't understand what it is.

Example: She is a doctor, and he has a low position in military (because he needs someone who tells him what to do), is switching jobs because he fails at them too often, has lower income than her, has no real social circle and she tells everybody that she needs to be strong for both of them in the relationship and she hates it.

What are reasons woman stick to such guys anyway? Maybe that is something I can incorporate as well to increase SMV, but as long as I look... I can#t find anything. But they are still together for nearly 8 years now...

[–]Lightways434[S] 1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

I’m interested in getting some insight on the questions proposed here too. The only things I can think of is that the women is of low self worth and/or that guy is alpha in his behavior toward her. Meaning that he does all the things to keep her on her toes and catching those “feels” but I could be wrong.

[–]_HEDONISM_BOT 1 points [recovered]  (2 children) | Copy

IDK if you may appreciate this but I'm here to offer a woman's perspective.

Your sister left that guy after he lost his job. I do not blame her. When I met my ex, he was in a motorcycle accident. He went on short term disability. I also moved in with him because we were in love and I was a good girlfriend.

And then he started to change. He began accusing me of cheating. He began to treat me like shit. IDK what happens to folks when they lose their jobs. It was like a switch flipped. His personality changes.

Forgive me for also saying this but nobody enjoys paying for another human being who's being an ASSHOLE to you. Mine was a complete asshole and didn't even help around the house. Tell me. Why should I stick around when someone else treats you like crap, when all you did was support them?

Why should I be unhappy?

[–]Onidramon1 point2 points  (1 child) | Copy

You’re rationalizing right now. Unnecessary. We’re not asking why. We know the score here. It’s par for the course and pretty cold shit

[–]_HEDONISM_BOT0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

.... Okay

[–]anotherchump992 points3 points  (2 children) | Copy

I'm not sure this applies only to women. I think it is just general human nature to have this light switch effect playing out.

You don't see it in man predominantly because you don't need anything from your male friend and you are not reliant on him.

But imagine if your business partner, boss and even your father broke down and cried his eyes out like a little bitch, I am sure you will respect and trust him less in general. Humans in general react to this loss of frame in man in a negative way.

What do you think, OP?

[–]Lightways434[S] 0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

I get the whole losing respect for someone after seeing them break down in front of you, but I think as men we’re not so quick to write them out of our history shortly after. That’s my point of contention. I know it’s probably pointless trying to gain a grasp of this. It’s been reiterated countless times that women operate purely on emotion.

How can you reason with someone who’s nature is so fickle? And you’re right, there is something psychological that occurs after witnessing someone at their lowest of low. Perhaps it’s an evolutionary trait but one thing we can agree on is that women developed this trait in a far more menacing way.

[–]anotherchump991 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

You are right

[–]nidham211 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Well they want security so, the best thing can happen is if she was married to him and afraid of society to shame her for cheating and leaving him, this modern area of polygamy relationship is really silly.

[–]Cryptoguru7771 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Well, he broke frame and ended up jobless. You can't blame the girl entirely - this is their nature which you already acknowledged.

[–]Jetrous1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

As with everything, you'll get used to it, with time. Another question is, should you? Always be aware of all intersexual mechanics we read about here. Never get comfortable, always be on your guard. Witnessing it on your close ones could be hard, but that more important to internalize.

[–]red_matrix1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

She branch swung earlier and was cheating...she was exposed to him for a while that’s how the chameleon effect works. She didn’t one day wake up and become spiritual, she was taking that dick up her ass when she saw god and decided the old boyfriend is out and the new one is in...deep inside. Now she mimics the new boyfriend...until someone better comes along. AWALT!

[–]LeEbinConchShell1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

The girl who took my virginity at 17 was a rave whore. she did all kinds of drugs. when our mutual friend started dating a 6ft, 12 inch dicked, drug dealer she literally relentlessly tried to pursue this guy right in front of my eyes. I fought it for alittle while, asking her "how can you do this to me?" I couldn't process how my emotional investment all the """memories""" were not taken into account, the complete indifference to my mental anguish. I just pumped and dumped her friends and any bitch in the periphery out of anger. I didn't find TRP until i was 23, but thank god. Everything I was vaguely aware of was now organized, typified, indexed, categorized. Hate or love the internet, but thank god for this shit.

[–]infamous32381 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

She’s not yours, it’s just your turn. She’s not yours, it’s just your turn...

Once you internalize this, it no longer should surprise you. It’s a matter of not if but when.

[–]Crediting 1 points [recovered]  (3 children) | Copy

What do we teach here? Reality.

What did you fail to accept? Reality.

AND THEN what did you do? You poured your own inability to accept reality onto us, in the very first sentence.

There's a sidebar and enough material that you don't ever have to post tbh.

[–]Lightways434[S] 1 point2 points  (2 children) | Copy

Nothing wrong with starting a conversation on the topic. I’ve read plenty of the sidebar.

[–]Crediting 1 points [recovered]  (1 child) | Copy

Is this a case of you accepting but needing to feel it on your own body before you can rest?

Otherwise I doubt your acceptance of the world.

[–]Lightways434[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Not necessarily that I have to feel it myself but I would say I wasn’t fully accepting of this reality until now.

[–]Bedtimeshine0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

This is far from a light switch. And have you called her out on her bullshit yet?

[–]Lightways434[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

No, but I probably will soon.

[–]pablo_outlaw0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

I care a lot but when(if) mine does that, I'm gonna switch her lights off. Wish me good luck for this not to happen.

[–]5hr00m0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

The love of a woman towards a man is always conditional. She loves you as long as she respects you, when the respect is gone so is the love.

[–]Estrogenoxygen0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

How cold people can be men and women. Trp to me is about becoming more immune to outside influence.

[–]TheLongerCon-2 points-1 points  (2 children) | Copy

I honestly don't blame her. Would you blame a man from wanting to dump his women if she got fat, or stop fucking him?

And that "I'm going to kill myself shit" just proved her right that he was weak as fuck.

[–]Lightways434[S] 9 points10 points  (0 children) | Copy

I get that he acted weak but my issue is how steadfast she was in disregarding everything they’d been through as if it never happened. It’s the solipsism that bothers me.

[–]Lateralanouncer-1 points0 points  (0 children) | Copy

I’m very immune. Obviously it’s a shock to have to get off my fat ass to find pussy.

For me there is nothing to be upset about. If my familiarity around my woman causes me or her to loose attraction. My turn is over. I get to Fuck something hotter. Uglier, fatter and skinnier younger and older. Work on Self. Go on holiday. Do what I want.

Also your sister did the right thing. He was down and She had 2 options. help him through it. Or if he is a crying beta male. branch swing. Like we shouldn’t invest our time into damaged goods sluts. Your sister shouldn’t wast her time on a crying damaged goods boy.

[–]Ant1matter8-1 points0 points  (0 children) | Copy

Everyone can be cold, in fact, by nature, men are much colder than men due to lowered empathy and high testosterone, yes some bitchy women exist.

I never heard of the light switch effect but it makes sense to an extent but it is not because women are women so that's why it happens but it happens to any person with high emotionality.

Deep emotions = unreliable = shifting = light switch effect.

No it doesn't leave me shocked, bothered or anything of that sort, i don't care about that, people get raped everyday, killed , butchered , children get molested and killed so this kind of thing is not surprising.

You can kill a man, but you can't kill an idea.

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