Both genders are good at analyzing and judging the behaviors and psychology of the other gender. Plus they seem to like doing it. Feminist environments, androsphere environments and life itself have shown me that.
However, when it comes to self-criticism, both leave much to be desired.
One of the pillars of red pill, black pill and mgtow is women's notorious propensity to cheating. The most pessimistic men say it's almost unthinkable to have a girlfriend or wife without being a cuckold, at some point, sooner or later, it will happen.
Of course, this behavior is seen as something very low and hateful.
It's quite interesting what happens to opinions when the roles are reversed:
I've heard some men say that cheating on your wife or girlfriend is bad... but not that bad and even understandable.
"It's that we men are programmed to reproduce with as many women as we can. That's why cheating isn't so bad for us."
That's the justification and these people seem to ignore that women could also justify all their dating strategies through evolutionary psychology.
But, wait. There is something about this topic that I find even more interesting than what has been stated.
In the androsphere it's not difficult to find comments from men telling of their experiences at bachelorette parties, nightclubs and strip shows: sex with another guy's girlfriend, sex with engaged women and sex with married women.
What amazes me is that these comments usually get many upvotes or thumbs up; for me that's a manifestation of approval, even a cheering.
So, your (ex)girl cheated on you, you hate her for it and that experience made you a black pill or mgtow. That's understandable.
Then this dude tells you about a certain wild night where he had sex with a bunch of girlfriends and wives and your reaction is "Awww yeah, ma boy is slaying it!!!"
Trust me, I'm laughing as I write this.
Many men often talk about how irrational and inconsequential women are and, it's true, many are. However, everything I've already said doesn't seem so far removed from that irrationality and inconsistency.
Another question that also surprises me is that for many men it's not wrong to have sexual interaction with a woman who has a boyfriend or husband:
-Well, she's the one disrespecting her man. I'm not.
-If she has in mind cheating on her boyfriend the relationship is already over, so it doesn't matter if I fuck her.
-Look, if she won't cheat on her fool with me she'll cheat with anyone else, what's the big deal?
-I'm not the one getting married. I'm not to blame for anything.
-I fucked her so her husband would realize she's worthless.
From my perspective, if you participate in cuckoldry with full knowledge of it you are doing something cruel and evil. Any attempt to justify it or downplay it's pure mental gymnastics.
I look forward to your responses and thank you for reading me.