Packs of feral women (PPPs) are running loose in New Zealand. This phenomenon leads to many questions, ones that society should be asking. But apparently it is not doing so. Hopefully Cill will step up and provide a public service by answering them as best he can.
The first line of questioning relates to Society’s reaction. It appears to be muted, probably due to political correctness and the like. However, there must surely be undercurrents of thought questioning this behavior. It should be obvious that these women are highly unlikely to be good mothers. It is in a society’s interest that the next generation be raised well, and it would be correct for it to ask questions on the matter.
Another line of questioning relates to men’s reaction. Which appears from afar to be a combination of short term engagement with women (perhaps for those who do not know any better), followed by a long term withdrawal. Apparently men as individuals are not viewed as having value (other than in terms of having short term sex); but men as a whole are essential for society’s functioning. Would not the withdrawal of men as a whole from opposite sex relationships followed by the natural withdrawal from society as a whole be an question that people would discuss? Or has the situation not degenerated enough yet for people to notice?
Thirdly, what kind of primordial soup allowed the PPPs to evolve? Is the feminine imperative more effective there? Do women push for privileges, and then receive them? Is there a level of prosperity such that the fallout of this behavior can be easily accommodated? Are the young women so full of self-esteem that “what they want is what they deserve”, no questions asked?
The last line of questioning asks how the primordial soup came to be? Were there court decisions that cleared the path? Did men just decide to sit back, relax, and let it happen? Was there a conspiracy to force rule changes down people’s throats?
Answers would be very enlightening.