Beta males are too “nice” to assert themselves, take credit for their achievements, ask their female boss for a raise, or even talk to a woman with any measure of confidence. “That’s what mysoginist assholes do!” And then, when they don’t get the things they want, they blame others for not seeing how “nice” they are. Every disappointment in life is justified by blaming others for not seeing what a special snowflake they are. They end up deciding that nice guys finish last because being nice is unappreciated.
Betas forget that pretty much everybody is “nice,” in that we carry ourselves with the measure of professionalism, manners and tact required to be successful, and integral in being a role model for our children. As my former Commandant, General James Mattis said, “Be polite, be professional, but have a plan to kill everyone you meet.” If nice is all you have going for you, you’re just boring and have no self-esteem. Neither of those traits are attractive, and neither are the qualities of leaders.
I would argue that many “nice guys” aren’t even that nice: constant passivity can turn into repressed rage and passive-aggression very quickly. In fact, if you disagree with a beta, sometimes he will suddenly go from being a “nice guy” to throwing a tantrum like a pissed off five-year-old faster than he can suck down his soy latte jizzpresso. And constantly taking a half-assed, passive approach to every discussion means you have no passion for anything. You’re not genuine.
These soy boys usually struggle in the dating game and are perpetually single. Betas act like women, which is precisely why women treat them like other women: “friend-zoning” them, or walking all over them and then laughing with their female friends about it later.
The term “beta bucks” is becoming a new phrase in the BDSM community synonymous for “findomming.” Findomming is when submissive men provide dominant women with money and expensive gifts, while the women are either secretly or openly banging other men. These findoms often publicly humiliate the submissive betas, while enjoying the luxuries they provide them with.
The upside to this behavior is that they tend to breed less than alphas, which is nature’s way of weeding them out. You can’t fight nature, you’ll lose everytime.