It is understood in the manosphere that men operate in packs and women travel in herds. What does this mean? What are its implications? Let us consider.
In a pack, a group of animals operate as a coordinated team to accomplish a specific goal. Some of the team members might utilize specialized skills in accomplishing this. Furthermore, the team is coordinated by a leader, with a hierarchy of the leadership keeping the pack in line. The leader is expected to make good decisions that lead the pack toward attaining their specific goals. If it fails too much in this regard, it is replaced.
This describes how men operate. They join companies, form their own companies, join the military, etc. There are goals for the team to accomplish. This scheme works well with men; being drilled into boys from an early age with teamwork and such. If a man isn’t pulling his weight, significant peer pressure is brought to bear. There is much to like about this approach, as things get done.
Herds on the other hand are large groups of animals that seemingly wander in search of resources. There is no leader. Some members of the herd decide that down the next hill looks like some more grass, they head that way, and the herd follows. Today Cow A initiates the movement, tomorrow Cow B does. There is no real thinking or planning happening; it all just seems to happen. The herd just mindlessly chews the resources that appear in front of their face. Furthermore, there is safety in the herd; for any threats can stymied by closing ranks.
Naturally one can see Team Woman in the above description. The mindless direction, the safety in numbers, the closing ranks, the seemingly endless desire for resources, etc. Many of them are noticing that the grazing area are starting to look overgrazed, but that is a topic for a later post.
Which model built civilization, which will destroy it?