A modern arrangement for a modern businessman
Posted by xsplat on November 18, 2012
Women are happy to press their boyfriends into the service of sponsoring her, without giving any real commitment. Boyfriends have been known to pay off college debt, only to later be dumped for the next flavor. I’d like to recommend the reverse dynamic, where the man has all the hand. In order to maximize hand the girl should work for you. No other employers.
Some might think that owning a women is too expensive. But the cost of a girl is not very high, if you live together. A little bit of food, and occasional clothes. Perhaps even a small monthly allowance. The woman will cook and clean and perform all the traditional wifely duties, but in this case there will be no marriage. It lasts as long as it lasts. She’ll push for marriage, and might eventually split over the issue, but in the mean time she is completely dependent on you, emotionally, sexually, and physically. When you are forced by her bad behavior to pull a relationship brinksmanship move, it carries more weight if she knows she’d have to upend her whole life and move out and that you could move a new girl in.
The Moslems have an ancient practice of the rental wife. It’s still in use today, and seems to be getting more popular. The marriage contract is for a set period of time at a set price. Now I know that many guys prefer that the woman contribute to the household income, but if you are thinking in terms of equity, this fits in. The woman is contributing her labor directly to you, rather than through an employer middleman. It’ more personal. And we can feel that personal touch personally. Who doesn’t prefer to eat a meal prepared for them with love? It feels more nourishing.
The workplace is where the girl is likely to meet her next beau anyway. And what are bosses if not a type of father figure? The man should occupy all of that role.
There was a lot of sense to the old fashioned ways of the house-wife. Why not keep the parts of that that still work for us? A live in servant girl can even be persuaded to wear a uniform. I often choose the mini-skirted French maid outfit for my girls. A negligee can also work. Lately I’ve compromised with allowing sexy and feminine dresses.
To pull this off the man will need to become more than proficient at LTR game – he’ll have to master it into an art form. This is a fun hobby.
Having a live in personal attendant helps the man be more efficient with his time, and this can help him focus more effort on building up his business interests. No more cooking or cleaning or washing up. And if you enjoy feminine companionship the quality of life improvement is dramatic. Either you’ll stay together long term, or not. Either way it’s a win win situation. You are only taking a year or two of the best years of the young womans life. She wouldn’t have done anything better with them anyway. They can be the best years of her life, that she’ll often wistfully remember.
Having all the financial power in the house increases the mans power in all aspects of his relationship. The cost of a woman is minor, to the man who aims for a successful business. The benefits can far outweigh the expense.
Then there is the issue of domestic partnership laws. If you live together for awhile you are automatically considered legally married. As far as I know that only holds true if the two of you also present yourself to the public as married. And if you can’t thereby avoid being considered married in your jurisdiction, it would be a good reason to move. A quick visit to your lawyer should get everything sorted out, and possibly set you up with some papers to store in your safe deposit box, along with your passport and gold bullion.
Men are born with predispositions. I think it’s fantastically bad advice to suggest to all men to take on dark-triad personality traits. Many of us are at our happiest in monogamish relationships. Why not have one by the mans rules? Invent the new masculine imperative format.
And as the business grows, there is no reason to not invest in new apartments.
Marriage is for men who have failed at business.