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Are men who have majority sisters as siblings different from others

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I think it does help with long term relationships/marriage in terms of understanding why she is this or that way at a certain moment,etc and ....without actually thinking about it it's more instinctive from being around women my whole life.
You have been in a long-term relationship/marriage before?
 

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A part of me wants to think guys with female siblings are more sympathetic to the female genome.. but another part of me seems to think they just get red pilled ever faster, watching their own sister use and abuse men, lead them on, and screw them over (assuming they are evenly mildly attractive). I think it can go either way. Now that I have a daughter, I try to catch myself before I say something that could be considered "misogynistic" or whatever.. I could imagine having a sister might have the same effect, but I don't think it's changed my thought process or anything. I still know how women operate and what they're capable of.. I think brothers do want the best for their sister though. Just like a dad doesn't want to see his daughter with a POS either.
 

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I've been lucky enough to grow up in family with two older teenger sisters. They watch titanic several times and cry like little bitches every time DiCaprio getting cold in the warm surroundings of his own pee saving a girl that I dnt even find attractive. They like back street boys. That be enough to say but not. And you feel bad about your self when you make silly jokes about it because all you wanna do as a kid is just drag toy cars on the floor make stupid voices and never grow up, at least mentally. And then you come to SoSuave or watch Jordan peterson speach about growing the **** up, but you so mentally Ill that you start to imagine Peterson playing DiCaprio in titanic saving oprah Winfrey fat ass but she is so fat that the wooden desk turns 180 degree and Peterson eventually saves his own ass, but the depression never goes away
That sounds very 90s. Your experience with them in the 90s has helped you today?
 

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A part of me wants to think guys with female siblings are more sympathetic to the female genome.. but another part of me seems to think they just get red pilled ever faster, watching their own sister use and abuse men, lead them on, and screw them over (assuming they are evenly mildly attractive). I think it can go either way. Now that I have a daughter, I try to catch myself before I say something that could be considered "misogynistic" or whatever.. I could imagine having a sister might have the same effect, but I don't think it's changed my thought process or anything. I still know how women operate and what they're capable of.. I think brothers do want the best for their sister though. Just like a dad doesn't want to see his daughter with a POS either.
Lol I've learned from my older brother inlaw who happens to be an Indian Chad (I have 2 married sisters who happen to be twins) to make fun of and tease women but not being a consiatent douche. That's just 1 example...Its hard for me to see how a straight guy who has a bunch of sisters could become a b**** especially as he becomes older and wiser and knows to differentiate...but I could totally see one as a b**** when he's young I remember being sensitive in elementary/middle school..but I was also fat and cared a lot what people think of me so idk when it comes to this particular thing
 

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Lol I've learned from my older brother inlaw who happens to be an Indian Chad (I have 2 married sisters who happen to be twins) to make fun of and tease women but not being a consiatent douche. That's just 1 example...Its hard for me to see how a straight guy who has a bunch of sisters could become a b**** especially as he becomes older and wiser and knows to differentiate...but I could totally see one as a b**** when he's young I remember being sensitive in elementary/middle school..but I was also fat and cared a lot what people think of me so idk when it comes to this particular thing
You cant apply anything a Chad does because his looks makes that stuff work.
 

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ngl i would be sleeping with my sisters if no one knew
Who would know? Its not like she would be proud of thst either. Do you have pics of your sisters? PM them to me if you do.

Come to think of it, I do know an incel guy with epilepsy who was a school teacher who also had a sister but she was married and living in another part of the country. When you get older a sister is no more helpful than having a best childhood girl friend. After a certain age they get into boys and go their own way unless you come from a sick and incestuous family.
 

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You cant apply anything a Chad does because his looks makes that stuff work.
Yes you can. Let's say both are good looking....she'll see Chad as irrisitible hot guy and the other as awkward but cute...awkward but cute can become what Chad is when he learns what Chad is doing...I'm giving one example of what I learned and this was 12 years ago lol.
 

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I know it probably doesn't matter much but this is just a curious question as I don't know many like me. I'm the only guy out of 6 siblings. A younger sister 23 and 4 older sisters in 30's.

Do guys like me tend be stereotyped differently than others guys whether it's positive or negative....by both men and women?
Positive.
I know after learning the guy has a sister or sisters that he understands the menstrual cycle and all the ups and downs of the moods that accompany it.
I often wonder if I'm viewed more positively or more negatively because I have worked close contact in labour jobs with men (addressed as 'brothers' because u nion membership) since 1990(right up until present) when I was a summer student labourer at my Dad's place of employment
 

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I know it probably doesn't matter much but this is just a curious question as I don't know many like me. I'm the only guy out of 6 siblings. A younger sister 23 and 4 older sisters in 30's.

Do guys like me tend be stereotyped differently than others guys whether it's positive or negative....by both men and women?
Negative, they tend to be not that aggressive especially when it comes to sport and fighting. maybe a little gayesh . unless they have some friend boys who hang with them a lot to make up of having brothers at early age .
 

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Negative, they tend to be not that aggressive especially when it comes to sport and fighting. maybe a little gayesh . unless they have some friend boys who hang with them a lot to make up of having brothers at early age .
Lol that's the main stereotype..I'm the opposite and it's a good thing I don't care what people think about this..but than again 27 lol. I remember in elementary / middle school I used 5 sisters as a crutch frame for being entitled that every girl should be on my d*** since I "know women more than the other guys" lol ...I didn't do well as I was too stubborn like a nice guy whos not willing to change.

I will tell you what. Something that's always consistent in my life of having 5 sisters and being the only guy...it would freak me the hell out/embarrassingly traumatize me if a chick called me a creepy, weird, harass, etc because I grew up being expected to not be that kind of guy from my sisters, talks from Dad, etc
 

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I’m familiar with the opposite. Chicks that have at least one brother tend to have better personalities and sense of humor. And they can understand and appreciate guy humor.

As for a guy with only sisters, I have no idea. Not familiar with that.
 

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I have three sisters, one younger, two older. No brothers. I think it was most of the reason for my former blue pill viewpoint. They had no reason to play games with me or feed me any BS, other than just messing around. They all are pretty sharp, normally pleasant, all have science degrees and great careers. All married good men and from "all appearances" have a happy married life. They are all also well rounded, responsible, exhibit logic (gasp) and don't generate drama.

So here I go into the world of women with that expectation and am just dumbfounded as I find out how things really work. It took me a few heartbreaks to get my bearings, but then I completely changed at about age 21. I finally said F this and decided to stop living my life chasing, did what I wanted to do and let the cards fall where they might. A year later, I had gotten in great shape, was a serial dater and had slept with about 25 women by age 25. Damn that was fun, but I did finally have one nail me down for a couple of years. I got off of my game and it just died. After her, I dated a few and fell into another LTR that fizzled after a year. I came to realize that I was looking for level headed women like the ones I had lived with in my formative years. Pretty damned hard to find. I finally ran into one and married her, but the alcohol addiction she developed eventually destroyed that.

I'm told that I have a knack for talking to women and making them feel at ease. I don't blabber on and gossip, but they do react to me in a positive way. I have found that I need to be careful though, because my aggressiveness seems to have waned a bit with age and have ended up freindzoned a couple of times before I realized it. A little too much of a nice guy sometimes (not a door mat though) and not making my interest known soon enough.

I think that I'm different from a few of my friends who have no sisters in that they really don't have a clue about women at all, although they think that they do. I see what they go through and just shake my head. Believe me, I still f8ck up royally sometimes, but I now realize my mistakes and have the tools to fix things (usually). This forum is awesome for filling in the weak spots. I like to think that my having seen both sides of the coin has provided me with grounded expectations, but at the same time it allows me to really appreciate and enjoy the company of a quality woman. Unfortunately, finding them is the wild anymore is like hunting Bigfoot.
 

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I have three sisters, one younger, two older. No brothers. I think it was most of the reason for my former blue pill viewpoint. They had no reason to play games with me or feed me any BS, other than just messing around. They all are pretty sharp, normally pleasant, all have science degrees and great careers. All married good men and from "all appearances" have a happy married life. They are all also well rounded, responsible, exhibit logic (gasp) and don't generate drama.

So here I go into the world of women with that expectation and am just dumbfounded as I find out how things really work.
It took me a few heartbreaks to get my bearings, but then I completely changed at about age 21. I finally said F this and decided to stop living my life chasing, did what I wanted to do and let the cards fall where they might. A year later, I had gotten in great shape, was a serial dater and had slept with about 25 women by age 25. Damn that was fun, but I did finally have one nail me down for a couple of years. I got off of my game and it just died. After her, I dated a few and fell into another LTR that fizzled after a year. I came to realize that I was looking for level headed women like the ones I had lived with in my formative years. Pretty damned hard to find. I finally ran into one and married her, but the alcohol addiction she developed eventually destroyed that.

I'm told that I have a knack for talking to women and making them feel at ease. I don't blabber on and gossip, but they do react to me in a positive way. I have found that I need to be careful though, because my aggressiveness seems to have waned a bit with age and have ended up freindzoned a couple of times before I realized it. A little too much of a nice guy sometimes (not a door mat though) and not making my interest known soon enough.

I think that I'm different from a few of my friends who have no sisters in that they really don't have a clue about women at all, although they think that they do. I see what they go through and just shake my head. Believe me, I still f8ck up royally sometimes, but I now realize my mistakes and have the tools to fix things (usually). This forum is awesome for filling in the weak spots. I like to think that my having seen both sides of the coin has provided me with grounded expectations, but at the same time it allows me to really appreciate and enjoy the company of a quality woman. Unfortunately, finding them is the wild anymore is like hunting Bigfoot.

What do you mean they married good men but when experimented with women you finally GOT IT? Guys still have to be good(when "I" mean good I'm talked the type that is cool, genuine, grounded who has a life and self-respect...not the 'nice guy').
I can relate though from basically learning nothing romantically till you finally experimented. You basically only knew the general basic stuff of how women are attracted to guys from your sisters marrying their men...not actually how to attract them and so on and so on. Sisters don't really teach us those things....they'll just wish the best and say true but very general things....."be a real man, have a good job, etc"
I can relate on the part you mentioned about teasing ... Since we believed them they actually had control over us lol. This was me when younger..now they respect me as a man
 

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You have been in a long-term relationship/marriage before?
Not marriage lol. I've had gf's and date women all the time. I'm 27 and at a time where I'd only say he's to her wanting me to be her bf if she has a degree, job she likes, 8+ out of 10....but I wouldn't actually take her seriously unless she was also same religion/sect as me.
 

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A part of me wants to think guys with female siblings are more sympathetic to the female genome.. but another part of me seems to think they just get red pilled ever faster, watching their own sister use and abuse men, lead them on, and screw them over (assuming they are evenly mildly attractive). I think it can go either way. Now that I have a daughter, I try to catch myself before I say something that could be considered "misogynistic" or whatever.. I could imagine having a sister might have the same effect, but I don't think it's changed my thought process or anything. I still know how women operate and what they're capable of.. I think brothers do want the best for their sister though. Just like a dad doesn't want to see his daughter with a POS either.
I grew up with two sisters and learned at an early age how annoying females were. There is something about them that gets annoyed when you are feeling peace. It’s like they want some of that masculine energy but don’t know how to get it in a healthy way so they try to get you to react. It’s happened all my life. Nowadays when I feel that a female is trying to get an emotional reaction out of me, I just leave the room.

I don’t know what’s it like to be a woman but I just know a lot of them are emotional vampires and thrive off of petty drama and emotional content. That’s why some can easily go from liking you to screaming rape the next minute. All it takes is a little bit of emotion. And that feeling of being an entitled victim is intoxicating to some females.
 

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I grew up with two sisters and learned at an early age how annoying females were. There is something about them that gets annoyed when you are feeling peace. It’s like they want some of that masculine energy but don’t know how to get it in a healthy way so they try to get you to react. It’s happened all my life. Nowadays when I feel that a female is trying to get an emotional reaction out of me, I just leave the room.

I don’t know what’s it like to be a woman but I just know a lot of them are emotional vampires and thrive off of petty drama and emotional content. That’s why some can easily go from liking you to screaming rape the next minute. All it takes is a little bit of emotion. And that feeling of being an entitled victim is intoxicating to some females.
I once had a conversation at work to a teenage guy like an older brother giving him some pointers on self improvement stuff, etc. A few of them were
Don't: watch porn and/or masturbate, nicotine, alcohol, drugs

This ugly fat married co-worker chick over heard and was telling me not to say those things to a kid. She was being dramatic telling me stuff like "if my kid came home telling me that an adult told her not to masturbate that would concern me" and other things. Even after telling her im coming from a self-improvement brotherly point of view and trying to make her understand she kept acting and talking to me like I was some weird strange guy commiting sexual misconduct. I was in shock and told told her she's some social justice warrior who's just trying to get a reaction, etc. Even the kid told her it was cool.

Wtf was her problem was she trying to get a reaction or what? I cant stand people like that im sure it happened at least one more time too
at a gym sauna but wasn't actually talking to a kid but mentioned that I would since most of them are stupid .....it was a fitness manager who got dramatic who I had an up and down conversation with( I asked her out she said no but later said yeah and I said no lol but we talked about other stuff like 2 FRIENDS/ACQUAINTANCES who find each other attractive)

But yeah man women including my sisters can get annoying / look for petty things to talk about they're not like that anymore(my sisters) but I'm sure I see it in life now and than. Women are good at making guys think they're creepy/strange/odd/weird even if you aren't when they mention it ... if you can't see through their BS

Here's an article I'm linking that talks about how women will criticize men and it might be similar to this you should check it out if you haven't
 

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I once had a conversation at work to a teenage guy like an older brother giving him some pointers on self improvement stuff, etc. A few of them were
Don't: watch porn and/or masturbate, nicotine, alcohol, drugs

This ugly fat married co-worker chick over heard and was telling me not to say those things to a kid. She was being dramatic telling me stuff like "if my kid came home telling me that an adult told her not to masturbate that would concern me" and other things. Even after telling her im coming from a self-improvement brotherly point of view and trying to make her understand she kept acting and talking to me like I was some weird strange guy commiting sexual misconduct. I was in shock and told told her she's some social justice warrior who's just trying to get a reaction, etc. Even the kid told her it was cool.

Wtf was her problem was she trying to get a reaction or what? I cant stand people like that im sure it happened at least one more time too
at a gym sauna but wasn't actually talking to a kid but mentioned that I would since most of them are stupid .....it was a fitness manager who got dramatic who I had an up and down conversation with( I asked her out she said no but later said yeah and I said no lol but we talked about other stuff like 2 FRIENDS/ACQUAINTANCES who find each other attractive)

But yeah man women including my sisters can get annoying / look for petty things to talk about they're not like that anymore(my sisters) but I'm sure I see it in life now and than. Women are good at making guys think they're creepy/strange/odd/weird even if you aren't when they mention it ... if you can't see through their BS

Here's an article I'm linking that talks about how women will criticize men and it might be similar to this you should check it out if you haven't
In my experience the women behave the way they do because their husbands trained them to be that way. For example, a Woman dating some tough guy is going to Look for reasons to be outraged so that she can complain to her bf and have him fight. I’ve seen that happen a lot. I’ve even attracted some of those women in the past. They are usually very hot and would purposely start Random drama with people.

One of my sisters is always criticizing and qualifying her husband. She’s used to that behavior so much that she would do it to men who aren’t her husband. Behind every b1tchy woman there is usually some guy who is enabling it. If he were to properly train her to act correctly, she’d be a lot more careful to other people.

Entitlement is a real thing. Somebody can black out and stab you just because they felt like you trampled on their ego the wrong way. It happens every single day. And it’s a dangerous thing. Children and women becoming entitled usually leads to very ugly behavior. As men we can either enable it or squash it.

I’ve noticed there’s a lot more entitled women now then before. Like an huge uptick since 2010 or so. There was a time when the word “selfie” was annoying. Just 10 years ago nobody took pictures just to take pictures. Now it’s completely normal. A lot of disgusting behavior from just 10 years ago is part of culture now. But it doesn’t mean my tastes have changed. I still find entitlement and seeking attention to be repulsive behavior. I like at some h0es on instagram and it makes me want to throw up lol.

Anyway this is not a complaint post. Just pointing to reality. When I go out and “game” it looks like I’m having arguments and even yelling at women sometimes because they are acting full of themselves. Or a woman would try to qualify me and I would just brush it off like who the hell is this chick?

At the end of the day you are dealing with spoiled and entitled human egos. Youre not dealing with a mannequin. I don’t see how any guy can get along with 90% of females if he has any backbone and boundaries. Youre not supposed to get along with 90% of women anyway. You’re supposed to screen for your match.
 
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