@Premanidhi So, in short, swear a vow of celibacy and join a monastery.
You're never going to find a woman who doesn't compete with others. You're never going to find a woman doesn't criticize or complain. You might find one who's not interested in controlling everything, but that comes with its own problems.
Generally speaking, the best outcome any man can reasonably hope for is to train his woman, with the help of family and community, to discipline her behavior and not give voice to the worst of her bullshit most of the time.
Asking for anymore than that is expecting less than a 4 crazy. And if you think you've found less than a 4 crazy it's time to start checking for a penis.
@TiberiusBravo87 I thought about that shortly after posting the above and, frankly, had much the same response. I stand by my statement of RISUG being the silver bullet of contraception and would happily argue its merits to anyone (potentially) raising a teenage boy. Stating it should be compulsory for every boy barely out of childhood, however, even if unintentionally; yeah, bad take on my part.
@destraht I'm all for the SC being neutered ala Razorfist's argument (https://trp.red/t/n9h). I'm happy they've finally done the right thing in striking down Roe v. Wade and the bullshit NY gun laws but their rulings being to my liking today doesn't change the fact they shouldn't have that kind of power in the first place.
@AFTSOV Far as I'm concerned every boy should be injected with RISUG/Vasalgel/whatever-the-hell-they're-calling-it-these-days as soon as they turn 12 and their balls drop. 100% success rate, 10 years' protection, cheap and easily reversible. As I understand things it's effectively the silver bullet of contraception, especially as it puts the control in the hands of men.
'Course, that and the fact you can't be bled for a new dose every month are precisely why it'll never pass muster with the fucking FDA.
@woodsmoke It's very useful to distinguish between the salesmen and their owners if you can read in between the lines.
“If you wait by the river long enough, the bodies of your enemies will float by.” — Sun Tzu, "The Art of War"