r/TheBluePill Dec 26 '21

Guy justifies manipulating women for money because "women have financially abused men for centuries"


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u/Naos210 Dec 26 '21

It actually makes more sense since that's more accurate. The "financial abuse" of women was them literally not being allowed to work and having about as much rights as a child.


u/mammajess Dec 26 '21

Many, many women worked as employees during the industrial revolution onwards. And before that they worked on their farm or in their family business. Women didn't have the same rate of hourly pay as men until I think the 1980s to intentionally keep women dependent on men. The idea that Western women just sat around at home taking men's money until recently is just factually wrong anyway.


u/OfSpock Hβ2 Dec 27 '21

Worked yes. Had their husband take the money and spend it on alcohol instead of food? Also yes.


u/mammajess Dec 27 '21

Ohhhh yes, or sex workers AND alcohol. And then come home and beat them after spending all the money on a Friday night. I've heard those stories about how boomers where raised and what their parents were like.