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How prevalent are all these horror stories that keep popping up?

February 16, 2014

I'm talking about:

1) Girl who pokes hole in condom to put a guy on the hook for 18 yrs.

2) Girl who 'forgets' to take birth control medication also to hook a guy.

3) Girl who saves semen in a fucking test tube to impregnate herself.

4) Girl who divorces you after X number of years for no fault of yours and takes a significant %age of your wealth with her.

These alarming stories pop with considerable frequency on this sub. On the one hand, I'm glad because I had no idea how the legal system favors women in these instances and how women could be so manipulative. On the other hand, I don't want to become paranoid by reading this stuff everyday, since there is a 'selection bias' in the stories submitted that makes these stories seem disproportionately common.

Does anyone have statistics on how common these situations are?

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Title How prevalent are all these horror stories that keep popping up?
Author InscrutablePUA
Upvotes 18
Comments 33
Date February 16, 2014 11:51 PM UTC (8 years ago)
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