“Tawkify”? WTF?

The irrepressible M. Bardimu excoriates a new dating service, Tawkify, on In Mala Fide. I don’t much bother with the “men suck” crap- it’s everywhere and a given, but the miserable harridan behind “Tawkify”- I can’t get over how stupid that name is- really takes the cake. E. Jean Carroll used to be Hunter S. Thompson’s girlfriend, I’m pretty sure, although her Wikipedia page doesn’t mention that. Great writer, terrible taste in women. She has been dumping on men in one form or another for a long time.

Ladies? (if any are reading). Mean doesn’t work with anybody, not even the super-duper alpha male you plan on screwing, marrying and then divorcing after you move to Manhattan. If you’re mean, carefully conceal it, don’t flaunt it like you were Marie Antoinette. Look what happened to her.

“Tawkify”. Sheesh.

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7 Responses to “Tawkify”? WTF?

  1. I offer you a free match, sir, on Tawkify. I will be interested to hear what you think.

    • To do so, ma’am, would compromise my anonymity. I share a lot of unpleasant personal history here, not because I enjoy it, but in the hope it might help others with similar difficulties. Thank you for the offer but I will decline.

      I don’t accept your thesis that women can’t find men of matching social status and desirablity. (I have spent some time in Manhattan and I haven’t seen the hordes of beautiful, ahtletic women you speak of either.) What they want is to find a man of substantially higher social status and desirability, but outside of some strange twist of fate that is not possible.

      A couple years ago some woman posted a question on craigslist as to how she might marry an investment banker or surgeon. The answer is if you have to ask, you can’t. As I remember this woman regarded herself as very hot but did not have an elite education. Such men might have a one-night stand or a brief fling with such a woman, but likely not even that- highly educated, elite people do not like or feel comfortable around people they regard as their inferiors, which is almost everyone.

      This kind of guy will go just slightly below himself on the status scale, and will not trade off looks for status. Due to feminism, a male surgeon is not going to marry a nurse or hospital secretary, as he might have 50 years ago. He will marry a femaile surgeon, or if he is not too status conscious a female doctor of lower status. He might want a fling with a nurse, but that’s risky for him because if the women he really wants to date and marry find out, the female doctors, he’s toast. He can sleep around with the female doctors and they won’t hold it against him but they will insist he stay in his class. The same applies for any other high-status man.

      There is not and never has been as much status mobility as people think, not even in America. Women could marry up somewhat before feminism. But feminism has killed it. Not only does a high-status man have a lot of lower-status women to choose from, he has women of his own educational level and social and professional status around him all the time. He is both more comfortable with them and has social pressure to date and marry them.

      A woman who wants to date a big shot in Manhattan realistically needs to go to Harvard and become a big shot herself.

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  4. Lori says:

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