Dealbreaker #5: Because there is a lot of crossover between the Men’s Rights community and White Nationalism and this is a turn off to women who are culturally conservative and therefore more likely to be Christians.Dealbreaker #6: Because the vast majority of women who qualify as “traditional” in America are strongly Christian or religious in some way.Lately, I have been hearing the same stories from racially conscious women about the White Nationalist movement – they value their race and are eager to participate and do their part to “secure the existence of our people and a future for White children,” but they are alienated and disillusioned by some of the “wounded soldier” type rhetoric that they see at WN conferences and on the internet.Before I am accused of picking a fight, I want to emphasize here lots of White Nationalists like James Edwards and Richard Spencer are happily married.There would also have to be more talk about ethnicity and pocketbook issues. In fact, I predict that racially conscious women would start coming out of the woodwork because women are more social than men and would be attracted like moths to a flame to other women who share their views and who are potential friends.It should be interesting to see what kind of feedback this post receives in the comments. Note: Richard Spencer addressed the same issue in a video at Trad Youth. Now I am 25, and still haven't found my future wife.My siblings have all found their life partners, despite not at all being better-looking or inhabiting qualities (good or bad) all that different from mine.
Dealbreaker #2: Because of the HBD cogelite nerds who glorify Asian women and who denigrate White women. Dealbreaker #3: Because of the aura of negativity that surrounds the White Nationalist movement.I wish someone would test this theory by creating a pro-White website with these dealbreakers in mind: exclude the HBD nerds who glorify Asian women, the negative curmudgeons, the “all is losters,” the creepy weirdos, the embittered misogynists, the effeminate homosexual intellectuals, and the Neo-Nazi atheists on a jihad against Christianity.The website would need a good editor that would balance political discussion with a hefty complement of articles about culture, religion, and family.Why aren’t more women involved with the White Nationalist movement?There is a conversation going on about this in the comments.