Pedestalization


“Absolutely, 100%, without a doubt the best advice one can give a man (MGTOW or no) who is in the dating pool. If she talks about equality but then bosses you around, withholds sex or uses it as a bargaining chip, expects you to put in more time/effort than she does, or tries to take your money in any way…ditch her. She doesn’t see you as her equal and lover, she sees you as her servant. Women like this are simply not worth one’s time.”

This was my comment over on Call of the MGTOW’s blog last month, in response to his post . You should go read it, his stuff is quite excellent.
Since then, he has requested that I go a bit more in depth with regards to this standpoint. Now, I could just reiterate it…”Verily, should thou knowest a woman who believes thine excrement be odiferous, yet hers be not, then thou shall cast her from sight and company”, but the problem of pedestalization goes deeper.

The Female Truth
The thing is, women are people too. They aren’t angels, or saints, or born overflowing with unconditional love and compassion for every creature who walks the earth. They make mistakes, fall in love, cheat on tests, lie and steal, donate to charities, hurt others, need to shower, drive their car, care for sick relatives, experience doubt, masturbate, go to school, and do all the other things that come with being human. However, society has put the female sex up on an undeserved pedestal, calling them “pure” or “innocent” due solely to the sex they were born in and we are currently dealing with the consequences. Women should not be put above men, they should be treated as equals…in both opportunity and responsibility.

The Male Truth
Men are people too, which unfortunately is a revolutionary concept to some. Not only do they face erasure in reports of disasters (the murders committed by Elliott Rodger were toted as evidence of increased misogyny in the US by the media, despite the fact twice as many men were killed than women, and he openly hated other men in his videos), but are shown as buffoons or incompetents in almost any roles they have in cable TV. The undesirable side of humanity has been made male, whereas the female has been given the best. While others may disagree, it would seem that these factors have combined to create an unnatural propensity for women to believe they are worth more than men…just read the majority of online dating profiles.

What Can Be Done?
Men can begin to wake up and realize:
1. As human beings they are worthy of empathy, compassion, and understanding.
2. There is no reason for an individual man to feel “male guilt” for actions he did not commit or words he didn’t say.
3. That they are free to create their own standards when seeking companionship, and don’t have to abandon their ideals when confronted by women who do not uphold similar morals or beliefs.
4. That being alone does not necessarily make one lonely, and a relationship does not necessarily create a sense of belonging.
5. That their own happiness as an individual comes first, so long as it does not directly harm anyone else, and going one’s own way is a viable option.

When men start to understand that being mocked for everyday mistakes, turned into scapegoats, scolded for having a libido, and stop believing that their frustrations are completely unfounded…we will no longer see women as pristine and men as flawed. Instead, we will be able to acknowledge the perfect imperfections that make humanity what it is.

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96 comments on “Pedestalization
  1. Spawny Get says:

    This is post #69 BTW. Just saying

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  2. Spawny Get says:

    “”Verily, should thou knowest a woman who believes thine excrement be odiferous, yet hers be not, then thou shall cast her from sight and company””

    Let’s you and Yoda fight…for gawds sake don’t join forces and deliver veritable synergy from hell.

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  3. Tarnished says:

    It’s because I’m awesome.

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  4. Liz says:

    Excellent post, Tarn. Well said. 🙂

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  5. Farm Boy says:

    However, society has put the female sex up on an undeserved pedestal

    There was method to this madness, Now it is just plain madness. I will write a post about it.

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  6. Tarnished says:

    Yoda,

    Come to the Dark Side.
    We have hot chicks.

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  7. Farm Boy says:

    unnatural propensity for women to believe they are worth more than men…just read the majority of online dating profiles.

    Women go from a ‘self-esteem” bath in their childhood and into their late teens and twenties (and being unconstrained during these years). Why wouldn’t they believe this?

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  8. Cill says:

    “There is no reason for an individual man to feel “male guilt” for actions he did not commit or words he didn’t say”. Throughout my time at school, the educators (mostly female) conditioned boys to feel guilty for being male. Racism raised its ugly head too: we were even more guilty for being white as well as male.

    In every respect, girls (including white) were favored – and of course on average they surged ahead of the boys. I remember one prominent educator saying, “Instead of worrying about boys, we should be applauding girls.”

    The conditioning didn’t work on me. I never saw anything particularly special about girls – and still don’t.

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  9. Tarnished says:

    That’s because there’s nothing inherently special about *anyone* until they take the time and inclination to prove themselves otherwise.

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  10. Sumo says:

    You know what I loved the most about that vid that Tarn shared? Aside from the geek boner it gave me, there were no fat chicks.

    Watch the video it’s a parody of if you don’t know what I’m talking about. Or if you want to spare your eyeballs, just listen to the lyrics.

    Re: pedestalization, I’ve found that it is occasionally useful to place someone on a pedestal. It presents a nice, visible target for others to attack while you go about your business undisturbed.

    SumoNinja Skillz 101, y’all.

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  11. Tarnished says:

    Where does this self-esteem bath come from? 😕

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  12. Spawny Get says:

    tardcons, fembots and simps

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  13. Farm Boy says:

    Where does this self-esteem bath come from?

    Much of it from school. Probably you are too young to know what it was like before.

    Children (boys and girls) were taught to humble and respectful. And to learn from those who know. And when they learn they can have a bit of pride until they moved onto the next thing.

    Then “self-esteem” ruled, and it did not matter if one was capable or not, only that one felt that they were capable.

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  14. Farm Boy says:

    This picks on millennials, but they are not the only ones who deserve this treatment (Gen X and even younger boomers also).

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  15. Farm Boy says:

    they should be treated as equals…in both opportunity and responsibility.

    I am not so sure that this could ever work in the long run.

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  16. Tarnished says:

    “Probably you are too young to know what it was like before.”
    -I’ll be 31 in a few months. This idea of awarding everyone for everything, even the most mediocre or sub par work, only began catching on in my senior year of high school and got worse from there. For example, to be considered for the High Honor Roll, we had to have a 98% overall average or higher, do at least 1 after school activity (either sports or an academic – based club) and have a signed confirmation of volunteering at least 10 hours a week in our community. My brother, who is 6 years younger and attended the same school, said that by the time he graduated you no longer had to do any volunteering…only had to go to a club twice a month…and the overall average requirement was lowered to 95%. I was amazed, in a bad way.

    Lowering the bar so more people can jump over it is not the same as pushing these same folks to do their best. 😡

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  17. Tarnished says:

    “I am not so sure that this could ever work in the long run.”

    I think it can, with the help of mgtow. But why don’t you think so, FB?

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  18. Spawny Get says:

    We had a discussion about everyone deserving respect on your blog Tarn, iirc. There seemed to be a gap in attitudes. IMHO you have the right to be treated fairly, whoever you are, but not to be respected just for being. That’s where it went wrong, respect as a kind of participation prize for breathing. To me, respect is earned.

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  19. Tarnished says:

    Yeah, I remember that discussion. It seemed to come down to a miscommunication of terms…My grandmother always told me to have “respect” for everyone: male/female, young/old, disabled/abled, regardless of creed, color, ethnicity, whatever. It wasn’t till I began reading the manosphere that it became clear that others don’t use this word as my oma did, lol.

    Sorry for any confusion. It’s difficult to alter the language one has used all their life…

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  20. Spawny Get says:

    We worked out that definitions were the problem, not everybody did.

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  21. Spawny Get says:

    I think the problem in society comes from those using my definition with your Oma’s attitude. The entitled…

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  22. Farm Boy says:

    Tarn,

    Stay tuned for the next few months and you will learn why.

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  23. Farm Boy says:

    People are entitled to a basic level of respect by being a person. Beyond that, it needs to be earned.

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  24. Tarnished says:

    That’s precisely it! 😀

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  25. theasdgamer says:

    If she talks about equality but then bosses you around, withholds sex or uses it as a bargaining chip, expects you to put in more time/effort than she does, or tries to take your money in any way…ditch her.

    We can make this more elegant.

    If she bosses you around, withholds sex or uses it as a bargaining chip, expects you to put in more time/effort than she does, or tries to take your money in any way…ditch her.

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  26. theasdgamer says:

    The thing is, women are people too.

    What do you mean by “people”? This has as much meaning as “science” to me. None.

    Women should not be put above men, they should be treated as equals…in both opportunity and responsibility.

    Do men have the opportunity to become pregnant or nurse babies?

    An important question that you fail to address are the fundamental, biological differences between men and women and how those differences require us to assign men and women different roles in society. Reproductive system differences. Psychological differences. Differences in how our vision systems work. Olfactory senses differ. Maybe men and women hear differently? Men and women respond differently to touch. Massive hormonal differences. Skeleto-muscular differences. Differences in distribution of strength and intellect. (e.g., there are 3x as many men as women with IQ’s at 130+)

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  27. Yoda says:

    When men start to understand that being mocked for everyday mistakes, turned into scapegoats, scolded for having a libido, and stop believing that their frustrations are completely unfounded…we will

    see them going MGTOW

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  28. Yoda says:

    Yoda,

    Come to the Dark Side.
    We have hot chicks.

    Green they would not be.
    Make sammiches they do not.

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  29. Yoda says:

    Interesting this is,

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  30. Yoda says:

    A sample this is,

    This proliferation of in-your-face sexual identities [among students] is all posturing, just part of the dance between students desperate to find one last means of being transgressive and college bureaucrats eager to show their sensitivity and to justify their six-figure salaries. Students who should be studying European history and the roots of the novel — would that such subjects were still taught — are instead combing the farthest reaches of the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic Manual for ways to distinguish themselves. By posing what they hope will be rejected demands on their administrations, they seek only to prove that they are living a life of oppression.

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  31. Yoda says:

    And don’t forget the self-described “bacon-eating vegan” who was left shocked and tearful upon discovering that her degrees in “social justice studies” and “gender studies” have zero value in the job market. “My degrees mean NOTHING,” tweeted she. “I don’t even know how to process the reality that is my life now.”

    Know a bacon eating vegan I do.

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  32. Yoda says:

    After spending the talk itself furiously texting, several [protestors] posed questions once the talk concluded, often reading from their phones. Some of these questions were simply bizarre — one student suggested that my standing up for due process vindicated her fight against rape apologists, while another cited a non-existent FBI report alleging that the odds of being falsely accused of rape are “2.7 million to one.” (This would mean that the Duke lacrosse players might have been the only people falsely accused of rape in American history.)

    Poor at math they are.

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  33. Spawny Get says:

    “discovering that her degrees in “social justice studies” and “gender studies” have zero value in the job market.”

    Going to have to misquote a favorite line of mine from Oscar Wilde ( “To lose one parent may be regarded as a misfortune; to lose both looks like carelessness.” )

    To pay for one useless degree may be regarded as a misfortune; to pay for both looks like carelessness.

    I knew a sociologist who was shocked! shocked! I tell you, to find that potential employers were immensely indifferent to her degree. This was in the late eighties, you’d think they’d have worked it out now. A kind of ponzi scheme I guess, get the first degree and realise that all you can do with it is teach the next generation of mugs.

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  34. Liz says:

    In my experience, most people with useless degrees go on to law school.
    It’s perfect, because the typical useless degree is extremely easy so their GPAs are good. Of course, these days lawyers are a dime a dozen, too…these things are related, I think.

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  35. Farm Boy says:

    there were no fat chicks

    When I was in high school (which wasn’t that long ago) there were very few fat chicks. These days, it seems to be between 1/3 to 1/2 of high school girls are fat. How could this be?

    Perhaps fat acceptance has made its mark.

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  36. Liz says:

    My first roomate in college majored in recreation.
    She was required to write a three page analysis of ‘Fun’. I’m not kidding. I didn’t live with her long, but I think from what she said the class required one paper on ‘fun’, another on ‘joy’, and so forth.

    I’m also reminded of one of my husband’s (less cerebral) roommates. He had some sort of physical education major. One day my husband and another engineering major were kind of giving him grief about the easy nature of his coursework. He was studying for a test and he said…”Okay…how many chambers in the heart?” And my husband said, “Four.” The guy looked at him in surprise and then said….”Dude. Did you take anatomy?”
    (his anatomy classes obviously weren’t like the gross anatomy level ones that medical professionals take)

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  37. Farm Boy says:

    All that a young woman has to do these days in order to catch a reasonably good man for marriage is to not be fat and be somewhat pleasant.

    Meanwhile her competition is self-immolating

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  38. Farm Boy says:

    She was required to write a three page analysis of ‘Fun’.

    She got me beat. My “Fun” was less than a page.

    Of course, bigger is better

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  39. Yoda says:

    Of course, bigger is better

    Size matters not.

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  40. Liz says:

    “She got me beat. My “Fun” was less than a page.”

    Dude. Did you take recreation classes?

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  41. Liz says:

    Ah. Got it now.

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  42. Spawny Get says:

    Thanks for taking that one for the team, Liz.

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  43. Farm Boy says:

    That their own happiness as an individual comes first, so long as it does not directly harm anyone else, and going one’s own way is a viable option.

    But men should not be allowed to do this the powers assert. This has not changed. It probably will never change.

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  44. Farm Boy says:

    My first roomate in college majored in recreation.

    For those with that type of degree, pretty much all that it shows is that they can show up for tests.

    Which is something.

    But not much.

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  45. Spawny Get says:

    They think that a perfectly good potential packmule going his own way is just being an ass. He needs to man up and lean in and stuff.

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  46. Farm Boy says:

    the murders committed by Elliott Rodger were toted as evidence of increased misogyny in the US by the media

    The media can best be described as “selective generalizers”

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  47. Spawny Get says:

    Pretty sure that ManWomanMyth had a video on that

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  48. Liz says:

    “When I was in high school (which wasn’t that long ago) there were very few fat chicks. These days, it seems to be between 1/3 to 1/2 of high school girls are fat. How could this be?

    Perhaps fat acceptance has made its mark.”

    Fat acceptance has made its mark everywhere. But also…birth control pills tend to make girls fat, and those injectable uber-high synthetic hormone dose contraceptives even more so. And they’re handing that stuff out like…water and candy. Rather than treating it like the drug it is, with serious psych and body altering chemicals, they just say, “Hey, they’re going to have sex anyway and we don’t want them to get pregnant….” Often those girls DO get pregnant, when the hormones end and/or they forget to take a pill anyway.

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  49. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    It’s not just pedestalization, anything that can be done to inflate women’s egos is being done. It’s a badd application of economic principles. The economy is considered to be consumer driven and women are considered superior consumers.
    Just one problem. Consumption and production have to be in balance.

    When woen get knocke off their pedestals, they are going to need parachutes.

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  50. Farm Boy says:

    The economy is considered to be consumer driven and women are considered superior consumers.

    But with so few husbands, who pays?

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  51. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Liz and Farm Boy,
    I think there may be a multitude of factors contributing to obesity. One thing that stands out is the reduction of fat in food. In WWII, there was a worldwide problem with people not getting enough fat in their diets.

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  52. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    While I was on economics, this may be of interest here. Pun intended.
    http://www.hangthebankers.com/japan-43-of-tax-revenue-spent-to-cover-interest-on-debt/
    Japan is deomgraphically ten years ahead of us. The only thing saving them is their own citizens inclination to save.
    One interesting point adult diapers are outselling infant diapers there.

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  53. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Farm Boy,
    It will be interesting to see how it will be handled when single women “limit out”. There is already a huge and loud cry for student loan forgiveness. While, on the surface, it may not look like a gendered issue, it is.

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  54. Liz says:

    Strangest thing to me about Japan was the fact that they were the up and comers back in the eighties. They were supposed to take on the world. WTF happened there?

    On that note, and the subject of all things fat…I lived in Asia for a year and never met an Asian woman who took birth control pills. They prefer the IUD over there. And they aren’t fat.

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  55. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Liz,
    According to Butterfly Flower, hormonal birth control was no legally available in Japan until 2001. They were worried about side effects, and not without cause. To this day, I think the most popular method is what we used to call “rythem”. Drug stroes continue to hand out calenders.

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  56. Farm Boy says:

    I have a young friend; one who has a very fine job. He was a real good catch. He decided to marry this extremely large woman who is in her early 20’s and needs a cane to get around. Go figure.

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  57. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Farm Boy,
    The bear is going to get a little exercise by leaping to conclusions. At a guess, this large womena, could it be that she is the first one he met that did not treat him badly? Call me cynical but, this is getting really sad.

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  58. Farm Boy says:

    Fuzzie Bear,

    I am not sure. Very possibly.

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  59. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Liz,
    I think what hurt Japan the most was that, as economies weakened, they could no longer offer loyal employees lifetime employment.

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  60. Farm Boy says:

    Bear,

    That may be a factor. But probably the women became “bleh” and the men decided it was too much work.

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  61. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Farm Boy,
    It is hard to come by good information on Japan.

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  62. Farm Boy says:

    New post is up.

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  63. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Molly!
    I have been late the last couple of days. So, today, I’ll be early.
    🌯 🌯 🌯 🐻 🙄
    The bear is in good shape.

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  64. molly says:

    Hi Fuzzy, it’s hello and goodbye from me today. I’m in a rush.
    🍢 🍡

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  65. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Molly,
    I hope that all is well with you.

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  66. Spawny Get says:

    Some insight into the eighties. Why Japan was so flush with money, but also why this lead to huge problems.

    It’s a great story from the start, the explanation part is towards the end, 50:00 mark.

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  67. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Spawny Get,
    Thanks for the video. I watched it all. The cover up is always worse than the original offense. Had these guys come clean about it when it happened, there may have been no recriminations for having been caught in an a downturn. Hiding it and playing the stock market was desperate.
    Another takeaway, if you’re a gai-jin, foreigner, don’t work for these clowns as a front man.

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  68. Liz says:

    Thanks for the video, Swithy, I’ll check it out in the morning…looks very interesting!

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  69. Spawny Get says:

    I’ve been sorting out my tv recordings, I came across a bunch of documentaries that I played while the data was copied around (had a computer go down). That much data being a product of working overseas and a legacy of the pre streaming days. Strangely, these days I don’t watch much tv…honest. Storyville can be quite interesting.

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  70. SFC Ton says:

    There is no equality. Men and women are not equal. If you treat women like men you will get emotionally/ psychologically broken and damaged women. Women and feminist know this so they tear men down, try to turn men into women by treating them like women while at the same time attempt to elevate women way above their station.

    Again this is ancient wisdom that has worked for all societies advanced enough to leave accomplishments behind.

    Same applies to race as well. Same tactics same.driving factors same failed results.

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  71. Liz says:

    OT/ Just been considering Hillary’s e mail exchanges this AM…day late and a dollar short.

    Maybe this is the blue dress, revisited and in the future after this is brushed over everything will become about her “personal correspondence”. And by the time the election rolls around anybody who brings up this “long-ago resolved” scandal will be labeled a nut job.

    “My personal correspondence shouldn’t matter…we need to stick to the issues…”

    “Hillary, what about how you handled Libya?”

    “My personal correspondence shouldn’t matter! I can’t believe how obsessed with titillation all you dinosaur puritans are!”
    (points finger accusingly at the camera)

    Side note of course, a good deal of the population will react viscerally to the perceived attack on an old lady and mentally fly to her side.

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  72. theasdgamer says:

    @ Farm Boy

    All that a young woman has to do these days in order to catch a reasonably good man for marriage is to not be fat and be somewhat pleasant.

    She has to be somewhat pleasant to keep him as well. Warm & sweet. Otherwise he may stop caring.

    Found another objection to a woman. I was dancing with a group of 20-something women I had met and danced with a couple of weeks ago. One of them, quite pretty, was dancing quite close to me–not polishing belt buckles, but just a little more. I started chatting her up. Nurse manager at a nursing home, her career path, found out where she grew up, was a cheerleader. Answered some of her questions about my life. Danced three dances in a row with her after I had danced with all her friends first. Took her back to her seat and she lit up a cigarette. Smokers aren’t on my menu. Mrs. Gamer almost failed that one when I saw her smoking on an early date. It was a one-off for Mrs. Gamer.

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  73. SFC Ton says:

    I’m looking forward to a Hilliary presidency

    obama was the best possible Southern Nationalist recruiter; Hilliary will top his numbers and it’s good for Southern White men to see how alien yankees and their ways are. Nothing does that better then those two

    Doesn’t matter who wins the election , either way it will be a big government liberal in the oval office, might as well be the most polarizing marxist and let’s face it, every president of my life time has managed to do a worse job the dumb ass before him. This will be no different.

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  74. Spawny Get says:

    “Doesn’t matter who wins the election”

    This is what the pros seem to have a problem understanding here. All the UKIP voters are supposed to hear “vote UKIP get Labour” and run back to the Conservatives. Many UKIP voters see no difference on any major scale between the lib, lab and cons. Yep, Labour is extra incompetent, but the the Tories have had 4.5 years and did nothing of note on many major issues. So fuckit, vote for who you want, or vote for fuck the liblabcon, why not? I am very interested to see how many votes go to UKIP, that is how many refuse to hold their nose and vote Tory just to keep out the Labour party.

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  75. jf12 says:

    re: high school fat chicks

    It is possible some of you are remembering wrong, maybe a sort of apex chick fallacy.
    http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/hestat/obesity_child_07_08/obesity_child_07_08.htm

    In the US, for several generations white girls have had the lowest rates of obesity among all races and genders.

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  76. jf12 says:

    All your bass are belong to me.

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  77. […] wrote a couple of responses to a comment by Ton on a recent […]

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  78. Spawny Get says:

    New post up BTW – politics in England and Scotland though, so no need to change anyone else’s schedule.

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  79. Liz says:

    Ton: “Doesn’t matter who wins the election , either way it will be a big government liberal in the oval office, might as well be the most polarizing marxist and let’s face it, every president of my life time has managed to do a worse job the dumb ass before him. This will be no different.”

    I’ll probably feel the same…but not until my husband retires from service.
    I don’t think it gets any worse than her. Four years of that, and we will have an actual ‘Anti-dog-eat-dog’ law, and a real, no-kidding force of Thought Police (they can recruit from the TSA)…and Chelsea will be the Thought Czar.

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  80. jf12 says:

    Sugar and spice and everything nice.

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  81. Yoda says:

    In the US, for several generations white girls have had the lowest rates of obesity among all races and genders.

    Saying much this is not.
    Other groups very large their members often are.

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  82. jf12 says:

    re: odoriferousness

    One thing I’ve got to give women some credit for: even the most stuck-up ones seem to be more worried about their own excrement than anyone else’s. Two more comments.

    1. I’m glad to not see a bunch of comments from women cajoling men into “letting” women pedestalize their men. As if.
    2. Is being loosely attached to a pedestal really a handicap? I doubt it.

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  83. Tarnished says:

    Loosely attached?

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  84. jf12 says:

    re: women on the loose

    It’s not like women are welded onto the pedestals, if they felt pedestals were cramping their style. Nothing has ever externally hindered any woman from simply deciding to submit to some man.

    I agree that “these factors have combined to create an unnatural propensity for women to believe they are worth more than men”, but the only input most men have had into the pedestalization process is their Thirst (alone with their lack of Abundance): they do what they believe is *required* to get the girl. If she requires pedestalization to grant access to what’s between her legs, then she gets pedestalized. If instead she requires degradation, then she gets that instead.

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  85. jf12 says:

    Rollo says it better. He cautions against the tendency to “blame men for their complicity in women behaving badly in their hypergamic interests”.

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  86. Yoda says:

    “blame men for their complicity in women behaving badly in their hypergamic interests”.

    The system only restrict hypergamy it can.
    Individuals have the power not.
    Forced to beg for crumbs a man is if system does its job not.

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  87. jf12 says:

    “For the good that I would I do not: but the evil which I would not, that I do.”
    The basic principle seems to be that if we do the things we were warned not to do, then we’ll see faster results.
    http://www.theonion.com/articles/man-who-stopped-dieting-already-seeing-results,38144/

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  88. SFC Ton says:

    Chicks require pedestalzation from betas. It’s the price they pay to play the game

    Girls get off their pedestals and on their backs,knees, all fours for alpha

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  89. jf12 says:

    Scarcity directly implies pedestalization. Waiting,working, jumping through hoops to get another marshmallow.

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