You ignored me when I was younger. Women would barely talk to me, rejected me and sometimes insulted me. I wasn't good enough for you. Now, since I make $150,000 a year and am 30 years old and have my own house, car and a lot of savings, you've getting desperate and have baby rabies.
But I don't want anything to do with you. I have no intention of being the 31st guy you had sex with, and have no intention of ever getting married considering you can divorce me for no good reason, and take my house, kids and money.
I will never get married. It's all liabilities and no benefits.
I'm also hearing this:
I plan on living a minimal life even if I don't make much money, because it isn't worth working that hard for nothing. I'll just enjoy my hobbies. Women think I'm immature and perhaps I am, but it's not like they're mature, either. Maybe I'll enjoy my pot and porn rather than deal with you.
Then there is the least populous group, contrary to the braggadocio of the Manosphere: I'll spend my life getting revenge on women by seducing all I can.
This is what I hear from women: where are all the good men? Answer A: you left them back in your twenties. Answer B: these days, you're not good enough for them. Men don't care about your "career," they do care if you're a slut, they don't want anything to do with obese landwhales who think they have "curves," and they don't want anything to do with a 33-year-old women who put her "career" above relationships and family.
I saw all these thing since I was 13, but there wasn't much of it. Now it's really getting bad. I saw things starting to go bad in '82/'83, when I was in the last years of college, but now it's really bad, with entitled, unpleasant women who think they deserve a guy way out of their league, who thought they should have a "career" and some guy should support it, that they should quit and be supported when they want to start a family.
Few women, of course, look in the mirror. It's always men's fault.
Of course, none of this can continue. I just wonder how low it will get before it gets better.