Is the current purge of Powerful men (Alphas) fair?

Discussion in 'Controversial Issues' started by capn.steve, Jan 10, 2018.


Is the purge of type A abusers in positions of power going too far?

  1. Yes, I think the men are victims who are being treated unfairly.

    3 vote(s)
  2. No, I think they are getting what they deserve.

    5 vote(s)
  3. No, I don't think it's going far enough.

    2 vote(s)
  1. capn.steve

    capn.steve Active Member

    We have a lot of talk on this site about Alpha males in positions of power being punished for behaving a sexually aggressive manner towards women. Keep in mind, these are men who are accused of using their positions of influence and power to intimidate and take advantage of women. At the same time, it seems to me a lot of you here are very willing to expose your wives to this type of man, and delight at the idea he is taking advantage of your wife. I also see a lot of glorification around here of aggressive, "Type A, Alpha" behavior encouraged among Bulls. One admitted multiple abuser was even elected president. Apparently even the women here want sexually aggressive men. I'm curious if you can have it both ways. Is the problem that they used their power unfairly? Or is it that they are not being given a chance to defend themselves? I'd love to hear comments!
  2. Bartleby

    Bartleby Well-Known Member

    No one has the right to force themselves unto other people. Such behaviour is just despicable, there is no excuse for it.

    My wife would abhor such men and I have no desire whatsoever to expose her to them.

    I think some people here should give the idea of Alpha males a second thought.
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  3. Worth It

    Worth It Well-Known Member

    I agree.

    But what is defined as "alpha male"? Does it mean the guy on top of the world at the moment physically, intellectually, celebrity or financially who attracts women? Or is it the aggressive, boorish thug who forces himself upon them? It doesn't matter to me, we don't play in either world.
  4. Bartleby

    Bartleby Well-Known Member

  5. Wife4others

    Wife4others Guest

    Alpha males or not. They are scumbags. To force yourself on somebody is inexcusable.
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  6. Hawke82

    Hawke82 Guest

    What exactly is an alpha male? A ranked MMA fighter who can kick anyone's ass, but whose net worth is maybe 100grand because he spends his money as fast as he makes it, and beats on women when they won't fuck him or make him a samich? Or a fat multimillionaire movie producer, who uses his position and power to get away with sexual abuse of women?

    Sorry, but character is what makes a true alpha male. He doesn't need to blackmail or connive to get a woman into his bed, and he never abuses them! I don't care how rich, or badass, or good looking a man is, if he does those things, he's nothing but a pathetic excuse for a man, and a total scumbag!
  7. Dan C

    Dan C Member

    PC and radical feminism can drone on all they want: many/most straight women are turned on by alphas. Some of em don’t want to be, would never admit it, but they are. This is not saying these women want to be mistreated or disrespected, but they want and respond to powerful males, not sensitive betas.
  8. Worth It

    Worth It Well-Known Member

    Instinctually, a women wants a good provider for her and her children, will live with him, be turned on by him and willingly fuck him. She also occasionally go off to fuck what she perceives to be an attractive virile man with good, or at least different, genes. The woman needs to be good enough as a "wife," taking care of the home and offspring, that the "provider" tolerates or even approves of this arrangement.

    Men, including the "providers," are simpler, they just want to fuck around to spread their genes. The wife doesn't mind and is actually turned on by it, but only so long as it doesn't threaten her status and that of her children as the ones being provided all the resources.

    These are the basic instincts at play as my wife explained them to me, and the origins of cuckolding. They are to be controlled and manipulated for our pleasure.
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  9. don_jetman

    don_jetman Well-Known Member Founding Member

    Yep - there is something erotic to a woman about a man who has some basic sexually desirable characteristics (physical or behavioral) that her husband lacks. It's the fling with the "bad boy", a guy she'd never depend on but flips a switch to fuck. Unfortunately sometimes the basic sexual attraction puts a women in a risky position with someone who has potential power over her. L has come close to a situation like this, but shut the guy down quickly when it became apparent he was on a power trip (and a married alcoholic as well). Turned out he had more to lose than she did. It's also a good reason that this should be a team sport - sometimes a husband has a more detached rational POV that cools off a heated temptation. And secrets always lead to trouble.


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