Overcoming fear is the first condition of becoming a MGTOW in a feminist world. One needs to realize that one has become a MGTOW. I realized it sometime back –
But to even consider MGTOW philosophy as mine I took some time. It took me some hard hitting bitter realities of life that had converted me to a MRA and then a MGTOW. It generally requires some evolution of our mind to believe in the philosophy of MGTOW, especially when we are taught one way from our childhood but suddenly we realize the importance of living a completely different life. This becomes important when we see our existence and our future generation may face great danger if we don’t become MGTOW today.
I had to become a MGTOW when I realized that Indian men have huge issues that no one bothers about and that is never highlighted anywhere. I realized this in hard way and this belief was strengthened when I came across International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES) by International Centre for Research on Women (ICRAW) in the year 2011 –
This survey brought some eye opening facts that was very important for survival of men in India. No one so far has bothered to take these up one reason men prefer to be MGTOWs.
For example, Alcohol Abuse –
According to the survey 23% Indian men have this problem but this is one major reason portrayed for Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) against women in India. When there is a chance of getting falsely accused, men prefer to be MGTOWs.
This survey did give us a reason for such alcohol abuse too –
Overwhelming majority of Indian men feel depressed. Very often they have negative opinion about themselves –
Low income and no income is only adding to their woos –
An overwhelming 62% Indian men feels work related stress and this leads to their negative feelings about their own well being. But when they are stressed or in any personal problem they don’t seek help –
As a result, India’s male suicide ratio grows exponentially.
When I tried to focus on these issues, first came to my notice was the issue of legal terrorism in India. In the name of women empowerment India was going crazy about every reported crime against women and Indians were demanding crazy punishments against men. It is in this situation when the Indian society was pronouncing death penalty for every reported crime against women, the accused were beaten to death by mob when no one really understood the importance of securing rights of the accused, I have realized the grim picture of Indian legal system. It took me sometime to show to the world that no accused in India gets justice if he can’t buy justice –
The same is also confirmed by the researchers of National Law University (NLU), Delhi recently.
I realized that Men, and especially the poor men in India are denied justice. Justice for them happens on the streets. Our courts had become places for legal extortion for men. I realized that if this continues then men will withdraw from the society and that will bring in greater danger for us.
Becoming a MGTOW in a feminist world where men are taught to respect women, save women throughout their life but didn’t know how to save themselves from false complaints from the same women was very difficult. The hypocrite society that taught me to save women, never taught me to save myself when the same women assault me. I was once a staunch believer of our justice system. But when I went to courts and saw that all we get there is the mockery of ourselves then I realized that the society had created a Frankenstein of women empowerment that was going to end this society very soon so becoming a MGTOW is the obvious choice.
My choice of raising voice for justice for men in India was like committing suicide when the society was ready to kill me. Men in India are taught to be brave and so was I but when I raised these issues the society started thinking of me as insecure because I was raising voice against unnecessary legal extortion in the name of women empowerment.
I realized that soon innocent men will be killed by the society and no one would ever seek any explanation. Same happened recently in Bangalore, too –
When the entire country gradually transforms into a country of hooligans, vandals and when a country becomes the mob country then the life of every countryman becomes dangerous. This life is even more dangerous than those of the paratroopers, sky-jumpers or front-line soldiers. These daredevils at least have some safety measures but MGTOWs in India have no safety measure at all. Any person speaking in favour of rights of a male accused is considered a criminal and worthy of beaten to death by a mob. That is the reason MGTOWs in India need to be fiercely fearless and brazenly brave.
So I have created my blog, a place where men can seek justice, where others could show their side of story like never before. This blog is my reflection.
Today, when I look at my Blogsite which I consider as my reflection, it smiles as it is doing its work of highlighting issues related to men and creating a healthy debate in the society to look into those issues, but I don’t smile back because I know I have a lot more to achieve.