In response to, Chris McGovern: Ban mobile phones in the classroom. The chief inspector is right, Bonce wrote:
Facebook definitely promotes narcissism. It also promotes something very specific in women that I have seen – attention whoring.
For a woman under 25 on Facebook, it is like an instant espresso shot of ego boost. You will see women in this age range often with 500-2500 “friends”, many that they have never met, posting pictures of themselves. They then sit back and wait 20 minutes, and get 50 likes, another hour and they get 150 likes. It makes them obsessed with their “likes”, with their appearance, and getting that espresso ego boost.
Not surprisingly, these women then form an unrealistic view of their own attractiveness, especially if they combine their online Facebook activity with online dating activity. In online dating even average looking women with nothing going for them, will receive 100 messages a week, compared to a male model with a good job who will receive barely 7 or 8 messages per week (experiment completed by me and some friends).
This then causes many to only seek out the top 5 per cent in male looks for relationships up until at least their mid 20s, as many of these men in the top 5 per cent looks bracket are players who are still attached or looking to cheat. This causes these women to feel cheated and disappointed, sometimes in all men. This phenomenon causes many men to become part of the MGTOW culture. It causes division between men and women.
It all serves the breakdown in male/female relationships, causes women to lose self esteem eventually when they realise they are “not all that”, and also causes some men to embrace MGTOW or opt out all together, as the male suicide rate proves. Its not positive at all.