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One of the Best YouTube Explanations for the ‘Hikikomori’ Phenomenon

Recently came across a very good explanation of the ‘Hikikomori’ phenomenon from a YouTube blogger who has made some very good videos about living in Japan. I was particularly impressed about how he explains the difference between ‘Hikikomori’ and other similar sounding phenomena like ‘Herbivore Men’ and ‘MGTOW’. FYI- It is almost 30 minutes long.

Enjoy! Comments?

Categories: Dystopia, YouTube
  1. October 23, 2016 at 9:49 pm

    ironically, feminist’s try to shame low status men as “basement dwelling virgins.” Could it be that low status men are trying to avoid mean feminist’s???

    among other related reasons.. yes.

    • P Ray
      October 23, 2016 at 10:30 pm

      Feminists and women know the gig will be up if men refuse to provide for a banged-out whore.
      Which is why they use shame as a prod, however they forget if the majority of men (according to women) are seen as unattractive (and the men know it, through their portrayals in the media) … the men won’t play along.
      e.g. https://dissention.wordpress.com/2012/02/13/the-rapidly-declining-power-of-group-membership/

      Once the “losers” become the majority, women have to agree to be part of a rotating harem for top men, have little to no financial recourse after their sexual lifespan is over, and can expect their kids (having been brought up in an unstable family) to be unstable too.

      P.S. Psychopathy is hereditary, and since it stands to reason that women are attracted to, and reproduce with, the “bad boys” … women can be considered a source of evil since they endorse and spread it.

  2. Atlanta Man
    October 25, 2016 at 10:41 pm

    This documentary goes far deeper than just feminism, the society and family pressures are crushing these people. Some of them cannot cope, Japanese culture is no easy ride.

    In America it is the women who are being crushed by the pressure cooker of social media, trying to fit in and get “likes”-men can just pull away, and many do. SSRIs and SNRIs are so prevalent among young women, it is sad.

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