This is the fantasy of women. They want to believe this is the guy out there. He is despicable to them, and he really doesn't exist. If this guy is the guy not stepping up for them, then everything is really ok. They are annoyed that they don't have the man of their dreams, but can imagine he doesn't really exist. But if it is the guy who in his twenties goes his own way. He moves to Montana, and becomes a hunting guide for a living. He owns a simple rugged cabin in the woods, and is capable of surviving the zombie apocalypse on his own. Oh and has a sexy athletic body from the hard work that on the rare occasion he wants to satisfy his sexual urges brings women in like sharks to chum. This man terrifies their sense of reality. So does the man who sleeps around after having a vasectomy to ensure he doesn't have any children. Works hard starts his own business, and becomes quite wealthy not dealing with the freeloading of a SAHW and 2 or 3 children. This guy isn't supposed to exist, because men are financially better off if they get married and have a family right.
Fellas take me as an example. In the last 15 years I have paid off 60K+ in debt from my wife twice. I am doing it again as we get divorced. There is no point getting her to pay it off. I have found with my low 6 figure income that I have very little to live off of every month paying for my kids and her lifestyle. She contributes nothing to the care of the kids. She lives in a nicer place than I do, and drives a nicer car. She makes half as much as I do, and my income is 25% lower than it was before the recession. I have calculated that I have spent nearly 1 million dollars over this time on things that I have nothing to show for. I live simply, always have. This money was spent on her. If I had remained single, I would probably be a multi-millionaire and plotting my retirement before age 45.
Most men not stepping up into the feminist fantasy of male servitude through marriage are not the slacker freak above, but guys like me, but 15 years younger, who have guys like me as an example of the risks they could take, and deciding not to take them.