So, obviously anything that remotely resembles TRP philosophy is going to go over like a lead balloon on the rest of Reddit. I know the mods of r/relationships hunt redpillers and pretty much anyone expressing an opinion that dissents on what usually boils down to feminism, so I keep my comments tame. Covert is the way to go when you're in enemy territory.
Anyways, this thread was about a dentist whose wife was surreptitiously squirreling away money in a secret emergency account behind his back. He's considering divorce, and of course the white knight brigade shows up to say she's right for having the account if he's this quick to anger.
Then this guy drops this gem and gets gilded.
[–]mlwep 392 points 6 hours ago*
holy shit. i can't believe the responses youre getting. if people here are ok with her doing whatever she wants with her money then they should be ok with you doing whatever you want with your money. why should you have to spend more than her? i think you mightve come to the wrong place since people here are siding with her about* how deceiving she has been.
i really hope there are more sane people who will tell you that what she has done is pretty fucked up.
Great post, and I felt inclined to expand upon his idea.
[–]dat_shermstick 28 points 5 hours ago
In the interest of equality, OP should be entitled to putting the same proportion of his earnings in a separate account.
Whatever she can afford to split with him to pay a mortgage and all other shared expenses will determine their new lifestyle -- or rather, her new lifestyle. OP can spend his discretionary money as he pleases, just as she can hers.
The equality you champion is a wonderful thing, ladies. Now live it and see how it works.
I figured I'd get buried with downvotes, but women and feminists took the time to upvote me and voice their agreement.
[–]zuzuspetals37 7 points 4 hours ago
As a woman, I am totally ok with this comment lol
[–]fire_dawn 1 point 3 hours ago
As a feminist, I agree with this comment. It would take a pretty unreasonable person not to.
Cool. An opinion everyone can get behind.
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...except the mods.
Haha. So awesome.
They deleted my post, and the ladies who agreed. Wonder if they got the banhammer too for cosigning a shitlord like me?
Massive fight after discovering my(36m) wife (31f) has been secretly putting money in a private bank account even though we are supposed to only have one joint account together. Considering divorce.