Elon Musk may be the most admired man in the world, but he cannot keep a wife
Elon Musk and Grimes have broken up after three years together, Page Six can exclusively reveal.
The SpaceX founder confirmed that he and the Canadian singer are “semi-separated” but remain on good terms and continue to co-parent their 1-year-old son, the epically named X Æ A-Xii Musk. ...
Musk was previously married to author Justine Wilson, with whom he has five sons: twins Griffin and Xavier, 17, and triplets Damian, Saxon and Kai, 15.
He was also married — twice — to “Westworld” actress Talulah Riley. They first wed in 2010 but divorced in 2012. They reconciled a year later, remarried in 2013 and divorced again in 2016.
The billionaire also dated Amber Heard from 2017 to 2018 following her ill-fated marriage to Johnny Depp.
Each of these women left him, and complained that he didn't spend enough time on her needs, or some such nonsense.
He is not alone. The most desirable husbands in the world have been dumped by their wives: Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise, etc.
Even Grimes' mom attacked Musk:
The grandmother of Elon Musk and Grimes’ new baby boy has harsh words for a recent tweet by the controversial billionaire.
It happened after the Tesla and SpaceX CEO tweeted “Take the red pill” on Sunday morning.
The phrase originally appeared in the first “Matrix” film ― where it amounted to facing reality ― but it has become popularized by men’s rights activists (MRAs) presumedly unhappy over women making their own choices.
When Grimes’ mother, former Canadian prosecutor and arts advocate Sandy Garossino, saw Musk’s tweet, she called out her daughter’s partner in two now-deleted tweets of her own.
“If your partner went through a challenging pregnancy and childbirth in the last two weeks... and you were over 16 years old, would you be blaring MRA bullshit on Twitter right now?” she asked in one post.
No, the phrase has nothing to do with men's rights activism, and men's rights acivists almost never use the term.
Yes, the red pill means facing reality, and especially accepting the reality of human nature and how the world works. A red-piller might see the Musk breakup news, and observe that no man is good enough for today's woman. The red-pillers accepts that female nature is to make these sorts of choices.
The men's rights activists have a very different attitude. They see various laws and policies as being unfair and sexist, and seek changes to make them more fair. The red-pillers see that as a hopeless attempt to change human nature.
The hostility from Grimes' mom is bizarre. You would think that mom's would be happy to have Musk as a son-in-law.
No, not from today's feminists. Here is current advice from Jezebel:
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But assuming some of these people getting divorced are women who date men, I have a couple alternate theories for why the divorce rate is spiking. For instance: During the pandemic, when both members of a couple were working from home full-time during a lockdown, 67% of women reported they were fully or mostly responsible for housework. When a child was homeschooled during the pandemic that shuttered schools for months, 3% of women said their spouse was doing more schooling than they were. Between May and June of last year, one in four women who left the workforce reported doing so because they needed to care for a child. One in eight men reported the same circumstances, and while most fathers say they’re actively and equally involved in raising their child, a full three-quarters of women say they do more child work than their spouse. The cumulative effect of all of this labor foisted on American women—labor that appears to go unnoticed by the men who are living with them and co-parenting their children—has been called “grotesque,” and it has help create a scenario in which women’s participation in the workforce is now as low as it was in the ‘80s.
There are a lot of women who would much rather be caring for a child in the home, than working outside the home.
Here is a typical comment:
I’m sure it’s because I’m a barren millennial spinster with no prospects but I’m also sure it’s because I watched my mother and aunts struggle in their relationships with men that I am convinced that marriages with men are a true dice roll in life.
Married men get all of the benefits of a live in house keeper who raises their children while they get to act like permanent children.
She will probably remain a barren millennial spinster with that attitude.
Advice for men is not much better.
Matthew Fray is the pseudonym of a man with widely publicized post on SShe Divorced Me Because I Left Dishes by the Sink. He would drink a glass of water, and leave his glass by the sink, so he could use it again. His wife was some sort of obsessive-compulsive control freak who kept putting his glass into the dishwasher, against his wishes. She eventually got fed up and left him.
Now he has decided that this was inconsiderate on his part, and made him a terrible husband, so he has launched a new career as a marriage coach to advise other men not to make the same mistake he did. He even has a book coming out, with such advice.
Is that what Musk, Gates, and Pitt did wrong? They failed to wash their dirty cups?
This must be a unique time in human history. Women have become impossible to please. It is hard to imagine divorces over such matters in any other era.