I was recently pointed towards an article disseminating a social sciences article in which the researchers wanted to explore why men rather spend time among themselves than with (Western) women. The journal article they refer to is Privileging the Bromance by Robinson et al. It’s paywalled research, though.
The key part of the article is the following:
There are however significant and worrying results here for women. These men perceived women to be the primary regulators of their behavior, and this caused disdain for them as a whole in some instances. (…) Much in the same way that women are portrayed in contemporary cinema as objects for male gratification several of the participants spoke of women they knew in a generally negative way.
The cuck who did the research is of course very concerned about Western women who are apparently having an ever-harder time securing a partner. Note the phrase “primary regulators of their behavior”. Having one failed marriage under my belt, I can tell you that this was one of the prime reasons why I eventually had enough. My demands on her were embarrassingly modest (be nice to me and stay slim). Hers knew no bounds. At one point she even objected to music I was listening to with my headphones. I don’t think any sane guy is willing to endure such bullshit for long.
The second sentence quoted above is a bit muddled. It presumably is supposed to express that the men who were interviewed generally view women in a negative light, as opposed to contemporary cinema, which generally focuses on physical desirability. It’s probably really tough being a Western woman who can only offer the double-whammy consisting of shitty looks paired with a shitty attitude. Indeed, my view on Western women could be aptly summarized this way as well. I did not mind decent-looking Western women for the purpose of gratifying me sexually, but the thought of spending time with a woman with a poor attitude sends a shiver down my spine. “Bromances” going mainstream arguably indicated that my views are not all that uncommon.