I know what you are thinking. This is the manosphere, and we tell women to settle. We’ve got a nice gig here, and Dalrock is trying to ruin it! But before you try to take away my man card, hear me out. Ladies, I hope you’ll hear me out as well.
In my previous post about Hypergamous Addiction to Choosing, I referenced a blog post by Aunt Haley on the bad advice given to Christian women on dating. I was pretty critical of the woman in the example she discussed, because the woman wasted two years of some poor beta’s life while imagining she had options which didn’t exist. In the woman’s defense, Haley pointed out that she was only trying to do what many in the manosphere would advise her; settle while she is younger/hotter/etc. I agree with Haley, which is why I’m making this bold stand. Telling women to settle is wrong and ultimately confusing for them. Women should never settle on who they marry. Women should only marry a man they are head over heels in love with.
Furthermore, I created a post specifically to help men select an appropriate wife, and I’ve been asked to do something similar for women. As I see it, the key challenge for women is knowing how to manage the whole choosing process. In my observation, women seem to get into trouble by either choosing at the wrong time, or not choosing when they really should. This is tricky stuff, so I’ve created a flowchart.
Follow this chart and you will marry the man of your dreams!
Guys: I’ll hang on to my man card.
Married women: Can you vouch for this process?
Unmarried women: No need to thank me. This is a public service.