What are you going to do about the jealousy problem?

What if men have an attitude of, “If I don’t think I can attract a little girl to want to have sex with me, I don’t want ANYONE having sex with little girls” under the principle of, if they can’t have her, no one can?

This type of crab bucket mentality can be a real problem in trying to achieve any changes in our culture or laws regarding relations between the sexes. People want to make sure that whatever happens, they benefit more than anyone else.

The reason is, people, in deciding whether they are going to feel comfy and satisfied in their situation, will often compare themselves to those around them; if they’re doing better than others, they figure the situation is okay. If others are starting to get ahead, then they want to either hurry to catch up, or try to kneecap the competition, if they don’t think they have a chance of catching up otherwise.

This is especially true when it comes to mates. People will go out of their way to cockblock you from being romantically successful, if your success would make them look bad in comparison. They don’t want you getting a hotter or younger girl than what they have.

The solution? We’re going to have to come up with a system that allows EVERYONE a reasonable opportunity to have a cute young sexual companion. Part of the problem we have these days is that the modern system of “dating” leaves a lot of men wondering how they’re supposed to get a chick; they don’t know what approach to use.

Another problem is female nature, which makes a lot of women flock to the worst men. People worry that prepubescent girls would make poor mate choices, but there’s plenty of evidence that postpubescent girls flock to pretty trashy guys. If a guy is too nice, they find it a turnoff. Some have said that prepubescent girls might actually make better choices, because they don’t have their hormones interfering with rational decision making.

Anyway, long story short, we need arranged marriage.