Origins


In the last post, we saw a glimpse of a fella who has been indoctrinated in a world view that has crippled him.  Just looking at recent events, he was frivorced and lots of bad things have happened since (much of caused by himself).

In order to justify the frivorce, the ex hurled accusations, blame, etc. his way.  She even engages in dirty tricks against him.  But when the subject of his ex comes up, he almost wistfully looks back to what he considers to be the good days.  He then talks about all of the good joint projects they could do together for the sake of the children; and acts surprised that she is downright hostile.  I tell him that she is not your friend; that she would stick a knife into him if she could get away with it.  But he does not really comprehend.  Why is this?

How did all of this come to be?  What are the societal decisions that set these two people down this path?  Let us start at the beginning, kindergarten through 12th grade.

First up, let us consider the school structure.  In the modern times, vast quantities of school administrators are women.  In my not so in the distant past school days, all administrators were men.  The elementary school teachers were women, and the middle and high school teachers were an evenly mixed bag of the genders (just two of those back then).  In almost all grades these days women dominate.  Part of it is because men are afraid to enter the profession.  They fear operating in an estrogen saturated environment where they have little leverage.  But the big killer is of course — the threat of being accused of inappropriate sexual behavior.

Furthermore schools are filled with all sorts of kumbaya silliness that boys have a sense that is emasculating, useless and boring.  And they have to sit through it.  Boys do not like to sit so much, but will do it if there is a combination of good leadership or compelling material (e.g. good literature, interesting science) being taught.  On both of the previous points, schools are a big fail.

Girls are taught that they are special, just because they are girls.  In a sense they are being taught the truth, but they are not being done any favors.  When girls hit the age of 13 or so, they will have an enormous amount of unearned power.  However, the reason why they are special is not taught; rather they are taught that they are special because they are more capable at most everything.  Of course, they are never really asked to demonstrate these capabilities; for if they were required to do so, the gig would be up.

Boys are given less attention than girls.  After all, they will soon turn into evil oppressors and rapists.  Why would anybody want to give them any knowledge that might be useful in their future nefarious pursuits?

All of this results in men learning their place from an early age.  Sometimes the learning cues are subtle, sometimes they are more visible; but in the end both boys and girls know how they fit in.

 

 

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34 comments on “Origins
  1. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I did hear the story of a male primary school teacher who expatted to continue to work. Allegatins from third grade girls are a given. They learn early. Who would work under those conditions?
    Not only is the profession female dominated it is feminist domonated and they want to hrt men. Hurting boys is good for them too.
    The only solution that I can see is to segregate classroms by sex.

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  2. JDG says:

    Home school!

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  3. Tarnished says:

    In my not so in the distant past school days, all administrators were men.  The elementary school teachers were women, and the middle and high school teachers were an evenly mixed bag of the genders (just two of those back then).

    In my schools (kindergarten thru 12th), about 3/4 of the administration was male. The primary school (K-2nd) was 90% female teachers, the elementary school (3rd-5th) was 60-70% female teachers, and middle school (6th-8th) was the first time it was 50/50 and it remained that way up til graduation. In my beginning years of college, I had mostly male professors which also switched to about 50/50 in my 4th year of being a Business/Philosophy double major.

    The only solution that I can see is to segregate classroms by sex.

    Dear Gods, that would have been utter hell. I got bullied by boys and girls alike, but the girls were always far more cruel and emotionally manipulative. One learns to not give a damn, of course, but the punches, shoving, or hair pulling of the males is preferred to what the female of the species does.

    Boys do not like to sit so much, but will do it if there is a combination of good leadership or compelling material (e.g. good literature, interesting science) being taught.

    I weep for the school kids who have no recess. The one time of day that it was okay to burn off all that excess energy, and now schools are calling it “frivolous” and getting rid of it. They know not how frustrating they are making education…

    However, the reason why they are special is not taught; rather they are taught that they are special because they are more capable at most everything.

    Sorry, but this sentence seems off…Are they taught or aren’t they? Or do you just mean it’s not directly taught?

    …but in the end both boys and girls know how they fit in.

    This is probably more true for those who accept their roles as dictated by authority types. For those who refuse to be put into premade boxes, it is a lifelong process that extends far outside of the school system.

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  4. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    JDG,
    I don’t know how much longer that can remain an option. Government loves the notion of overseeing schools. When there are enough in home schools, they will want to versee them too.
    Looking back at my childhood, there was a lot I could learn at home by reading the book. Now, there are even more options for kids.
    However, I have the terrible feeling that the government will be unwilling to relinquish authority to parents.

    Home school would be a great venue to teach making sandwiches.

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  5. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    When I proposed segregaying the sexes, I hadn’t thought of peer to peer hazing. You just gave me some insight. While boys may like teasing girls, they are kinder about it. I guess we really like girls.

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  6. Yoda says:


    When I proposed segregaying the sexes

    Not sure like idea of segregating the sexes I do.
    Though not sure what it is I am

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  7. SFC Ton says:

    Why is this?

    Because he is a pussy by birth and no one taught him differently

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  8. Yoda says:

    Home school!

    Worked well with Luke Skywalker when in my charge it did

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  9. I wonder of the man in the post was raised by a single mom? Do you know Farm Boy?

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  10. Farm Boy says:

    Well, there was a five year period between when his mom divorces and she remarried. So yes, there was a “single mom” period

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  11. Tarnished says:

    While boys may like teasing girls, they are kinder about it.

    Teasing is fine by either sex, imo. Kids will nudge each other all the time…it is what it is, and helps build some character + the ability to stand up for oneself and ones beliefs.

    Bullying is a different story altogether. In that respect, boys leave physical bruises but girls leave scars on your psyche.

    Interestingly, after high school a few of my male bullies tracked me down on Facebook and apologized for being dicks. Also interestingly, not a single one of my female bullies ever have, though some had tried to unsuccessfully “friend” me for whatever inexplicable reason.

    Kind of makes one wonder if female bullies do not actually recognize what they do as harmful. Perhaps they simply see it as business as usual? This would also help explain why they act as they do to “non-Alpha” guys…they don’t think of their rejections/put downs as anything out of the ordinary, so it doesn’t weigh on their conscience.

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  12. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    I meant segregating.

    Tarn,
    It is interesting that boys apologized. They knew what thry did. Since the girls didn’t, I can’t answer for it. It takes a high level of maturity to asmit being wrong.

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  13. Yoda says:

    It takes a high level of maturity to asmit

    If a bear asmits in the woods, and nobody there to hear it there is, then make a sound it did?

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  14. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    I meant admit.
    I think if bears make noises in the woods, there are widlife around, paying attention to the location of bears.

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  15. molly says:

    I was home schooled to keep us from feminist teachers. My parents taught us girls are not better than boys. Feminists think males are inferior from conception. They are racists! Single-sex schools work better than co-education, yet not enough. Women have group-think and men don’t so women will always be more *equal* than men. Female group think + universal adult suffrage = inequality for boys. #IcecreamsZapFems 😄

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  16. Dragonfly says:

    I would guess that it’s simply hard for your friend to have lived so many years under the guise of having a family and actually thinking his wife was probably working for the best (and desiring the best) for all of them. I’m sure he really believed she was a good wife, that the old days where she was pretending to care enough to hold their family together still look good to him because it was so comforting (his blissfully being unaware).

    I would think that kind of illusion would be hard to give up, especially since he still wants to do projects with her and the kids… he sounds like he still is in denial that she wants what’s best for the **family.*** Maybe other divorced men go through this denial period as well? It would make sense, right? With the grieving process and everything.

    But the problem is that she **didn’t** want what was best for the family, or she wouldn’t have divorced him.

    So she’s acting hostile because she doesn’t want any part of him anymore… she wants to move on, find a new man, and do family projects with the new man involved.

    Sad Farm Boy… I don’t understand why people don’t just stay together and make their marriage beautiful.

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  17. Sunshine says:

    I have had the very good fortune in my professional life to always have worked under male principals. I have to say, I think they give the students and teachers a sense of stability and leadership.

    Now, I will say, kids are moving around a lot in the classroom these days. They get fewer recess breaks but in primary school, “Daily 5” structuring in which kids move through stations in the classroom to do different tasks about every 15 minutes or so is pretty common. When I go into second grade to get my speech kids, they might be sitting in beanbags doing “read to self” or stretched out on the rug writing their spelling words, or sitting at the small group desk doing a read-aloud with the teacher.

    In my elementary building the sex ratio of the teachers is 80% female/20% male. I’m not sure what it is in my high school building, but I see a lot more male teachers there when I’m working with students. The principal there is also male.

    But…I work in a pretty good school district. It’s rural, which helps.

    Also, most districts do not have the excellent Voc Ed programs that we have, which is a shame. Many boys like Voc Ed and want to get skills that they can use to get jobs right out of high school or with a bit of community college. Many places have cut way back on Voc Ed. This directly harms boys in my estimation. They want to be things like heavy machinery mechanics or whatever; they don’t all want to go to college. More and more kids (boys and girls) are starting to catch on that, unless you study a VERY practical field, college is a humongous waste of time and will leave you horribly in debt with minimal job prospects.

    Consider this story: He’s a college senior with a 3.4 GPA — and he’s homeless

    He is homeless so that he can pay for his college degree…in theater arts.

    *facepalm*

    I don’t really blame him though. He’s probably been told all his life that getting a college degree is some kind of magic wand that will give him prosperity and wealth just by virtue of having it. Poor guy is in for a rude awakening upon graduation.

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  18. Yoda says:

    I don’t understand why people don’t just stay together and make their marriage beautiful.

    Good question this is

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  19. Spawny Get says:

    Hi Sunshine, I have to wonder what the odds of a degree in theatre (sue me, that’s the English spelling) arts working out are? I knew sociology grads 30 years ago who were surprised that when it came to graduate, very few people were interested in their degrees. It had always seemed obvious to me, but hey, if that was your dream? Fair enough, but you should know what the deal was going to be.

    One even said to me that they knew how to solve the issues, but nobody was interested in listening to them…

    I’ll just leave that there for all to poke with a stick, like something that the cat dragged in. The stupid, it burns.

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  20. Yoda says:

    One even said to me that they knew how to solve the issues, but nobody was interested in listening to them…

    Probably involved spending lots of other people’s money it did.
    Also undoubtedly relied on the infinitely malleable human mind it would

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  21. Yoda says:

    theatre (sue me, that’s the English spelling)

    Bill Shakesman invented modern theatre he did.
    Also invent this spelling also he did

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  22. Yoda says:

    But…I work in a pretty good school district. It’s rural, which helps.

    Yes, rural better it is.
    The ultimate rural the swamps of Degoba it is.
    Where I teach this would be

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  23. Dragonfly says:

    “Kind of makes one wonder if female bullies do not actually recognize what they do as harmful. Perhaps they simply see it as business as usual? This would also help explain why they act as they do to “non-Alpha” guys…they don’t think of their rejections/put downs as anything out of the ordinary, so it doesn’t weigh on their conscience.”

    ^^No Tarn, I think they do know their behavior is/was harmful. One of my mommy friends I regularly get together with is part of our married class at church on Sundays, and one time she confessed to us about how she used to bully in high school in order to fit in and feel better about herself. To her it was part of being with the poopular crowd. I’m sure most people who behave that way, know deep down that it’s incredibly wrong, they just don’t feel remorse for whatever reason.

    Maybe women are better at rationalizing away their guilty feelings. THAT I would think, is definitely possible.

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  24. Yoda says:

    she used to bully in high school in order to fit in and feel better about herself. To her it was part of being with the poopular crowd.

    Apt term this is

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  25. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “Poopular”. While it may be a simple typo, iy hiys home.
    Why can’t I make typos like that?

    Sunshine!!!!! Welcome!!!!!!!

    Dragonfky, you may have the right of it.

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  26. Yoda says:

    Bear feel bad he should not.
    His typos good enough they are

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  27. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    With most of them, the intent can be deduced. Lately, I have made some that are so bad, I can’t tell what I was trying to say.

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  28. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Off topic. This has to be a first, if it is as presented. Thankfully, it never got to the IPO stage but, a nineteen year old woman perpetrating a fraud on this scale has to be without precedent.

    http://www.returnofkings.com/76246/is-theranos-a-girl-powered-scam#!

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  29. Dragonfly says:

    LOL poopular! 😀

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  30. Agreed dragonfly, re: he seems to still see his wife as someone he can be trusting with, a dangerous assumption and one she could use against him.

    I guess being red pill aware, his whole approach seems very niave and like a lamb to slaughter potentially. Hopefully Farm Boy gets him to see, and at the same time the awakening doesn’t turn him bitter but there’s bound to be an angry phase once he realizes the blue pill was all a lie…

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  31. Yoda says:

    Guys soon learn how tough the world is.
    Often results in empathy for the other guy it does.
    Women often develop such empathy not.

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  32. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    The other side to that is what Molly has stated. Women have “group think” and men do not. It’s almost as if we are two different animals.

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  33. Farm Boy says:

    There is new post

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