Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Pure female id




I told you so. Women make patriarchy.

Heartiste has a good take.


6 comments:

  1. It is I, your follower Ellie on Twitter. I love the patriarchy. I have a strong id, but it is highly focused and exclusively monogamous. I can only cast my glamour on my one true love, whomsoever that may turn out to be.

    Nice blog!!!

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    1. Hello Ellie and welcome to my dungeon, *cough,* I mean blog. I apologize profusely in advance for being an insufferable misogynist. I hope that you can tolerate the enormous dung heap that is my blog. Good day.

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  2. As I said, the ideal feminine societal arrangement is one where Alpha (also called higher-status) males commit to them for their resources, protection, and children while Betas (lower-status males) dump resources and serve as escape hatches all while females are allowed to pick "worthy" males from the winners (with the associated violence and overall dysfunction). Since the rise of the welfare state, this has gotten more complicated since women, for now anyway, have the option to hop aboard the make-work train.

    The feminists are right to say civilization as we know it is a tool of patriarchy. After all, women when left to their own devices can't achieve civilization higher than horticulture at best.

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    1. Although I would prefer true male dominance where marriage is compulsory and women are not allowed to work outside the home, I can see the value of a female ruled civilization that never achieves anything. If global warming, religious fanaticism, antibiotic resistance, dysgenics, etc., catches up with humanity, a case could be made that never leaving the tribe was the smartest move. After all, technological civilization is a fiendishly complex operation, and prone to countless disasters. In the end the female dominated tribes that never accomplished anything might be the ones who survive. Male civilization depends on a network of overlapping artificial technologies, social technologies, and political system to work. Female preference for high status men may breed patriarchy into existence, but it doesn't seem to like the results, and in the end, we may not either.

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    2. Patriarchy outbreeds and outkills non-patriarchy around the world. The few exceptions are isolated in land nobody else wants.

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  3. Anyway, you even being bothering to respond to someone spitting out the old Prehistoric Matriarchy Myth that was already called out years ago is silly. It's We Wuz Kangz for Catladies.

    http://www.nytimes.com/books/first/e/eller-myth.html

    See also:

    http://debunker.com/texts/Claimed_Exceptions_To%20Patriarchy.html

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