First, watch this Comedy Central video from a 2004 animated program. There’s a bit of a set up but once you get into the comedy monologue, you’ll see all sorts of Manosphere themes presented by a female comic. The animation is rather amusing, too.
Tracy Smith, Trading Season (imbedding from this website I can’t do)
The big take-away is the notion of “trading season”. As I am a man of a certain age, I am acutely aware of the divorce phase in life – usually late 30s and early 40s. Dalrock will likely provide some statistics on that. Personally, I was divorced first when I was 38.
Trading season is the time when women ditch their beta husbands with the hopes of having a new, better life where alpha men come calling constantly. A man with Game can swoop down on these hapless dames and clean up. Does that sound mercenary and low? Well, if a woman’s new-found singleness is based on a frivolous divorce (“I wasn’t happy enough!”), I really have no pity for them.
The only problem with post-trading season women is that they haven’t quite maintained themselves. They jump back into the dating scene with the same expectations as when they were in their early 20s. And by dating I mean having sex with new men. Post-trading season is a new breed of rationalization hamster in the wheel.