Mr. Rod, I understand your situation, and as some have mentioned throughout the thread, the issue runs much deeper. With the rise of the new radical liberalism and postmodernism, it seems that society has become totally bizarre.
It may be difficult to reconcile MGTOW with Catholic teaching (maybe impossible), but if I could suggest one thing, it would be to hold fast to your faith. I believe you reaching out the the Church as a way to discern your vocation is a good first step. If I was in your situation, knowing what I know now, instead of looking into the outside world and becoming disillusioned with the chaos, try looking inward and evaluate if you yourself have your life in order and are striving to become holy. I would recommend you search on Youtube and listen to “How to Raise a Man” by Fr. Ripperger, he gives a good primer on how to recognize effeminacy in men. I have been guilty of this plenty of times and listen to it from time to time as a refresher. Also, keep reaching out to the Church! Remember our Catholic Church has been the foundation of our Western civilization, we need to look towards her now more than ever to regain what we have lost.
Additionally, in a way MGTOW is a vice against the Theological Virtue of Hope. Hope is the virtue by which one awaits beatitude and has confidence in God’s aid. Vice is the road to sin. Since this movement is fairly young, we don’t know of the consequences this will have for men in the long run, or our civilization for that matter. MGTOW almost seems taking on a total lack of hope, giving in to a permanent state of desperation because of the unwillingness to suffer or longing to stop the suffering…a total lack of another virtue, Fortitude. Life is suffering, no one can debate or disagree in that. Just look at our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on the cross, suffered for our sins, WILLINGLY. As men, living in a modern world, we have to be willing to suffer for the good, but before that, we must understand what is truly good.
As a speculation, I think MGTOW could lead you to a path of mortal sin…slowly building your resentment and may become pernicious to your soul. I can bet you there are still many holy, traditional-viewing women in the world…loads of them, the key is patience, perseverance, and longanimity (the ability to await the good) if your desire and God’s will is to be married. From your latest response, you expressed you may have a total lack of desire to be married in general. If so, you may want to explore discerning your vocation in order to serve the Lord to the best of your ability, and this may be as a single, virtuous, and Catholic man. Continue praying my friend, don’t lose hope and be willing to persist and await what God has in store for you.
Wish you the very best!