In Defence Of The Patriarchy

From here,

Search the words, “Where have all the good men gone?” and dozens of anecdotes, articles, blogs, and books will appear on your screen.

I do not seek to apportion blame here, on either side, but simply to address this question from the seldom-heard voice that is the object of the question itself: good men.

This seems like a good start.  It is written by a fella.  Maybe there is some good insight here.

The last 100 years of suffragettes, feminists, and political correctness have challenged and continue to challenge thousands of years of patriarchy—and rightly so. Consequently, the roles of both men and women have been transformed and redefined.

Well yes, they did challenge the Patriarchy.  Furthermore things have changed.  But notice that the article is about a problem that is a result of this change.  Let us explore further.

While we struggle to adjust to the new and still evolving status quo, the war of the sexes has taken millions of casualties. In Western culture, divorce rates for first marriages range from 42 percent in the U.K. to 53 percent in the U.S. to a staggering 71 percent in Belgium. Subsequent marriages fare even worse. 

The spectre of divorce is another contributing factor in the conspicuously expanding man-deserts. Many men, having seen their fathers broken by divorce, fear the loss of their assets, their homes, and their children and are simply stacking their chips, choosing not to gamble, and checking out of the marriage casino.

Family courts invariably award primary custody to the mother, while the father is restricted to weekend access, supervised visits, or left to literally climb the walls of Buckingham Palace in a superhero costume to protest rights for dads. Men—will they ever grow up?

The ridicule and debasement of men in the media and mainstream culture is now pervasive. Watch a commercial, sitcom, or movie, and invariably an immature man-child or dumb dad is the butt of the joke—the hapless buffoon. Fortunately, these silly men are always saved from themselves by a smart, witty woman or a conscripted, eye-rolling child.

The emasculation of men has become normalised.

Sensibly, rather than have their balls cut off (sometimes literally, and that often gets a good laugh), men are running for cover in their droves, leaving women mystified and asking, “Where have all the good men gone?”

When I was in secondary school, perhaps 14 years old, there was a girl who patrolled the playground, egged on by her gang of girlfriends, kicking the boys between the legs. Clearly, she had been informed by someone this was the quickest, easiest, and funniest way to bring those stupid boys down to earth.

So here is a litany of bad things that have happened because of the new system;  Notice that these are only a problem due to the fact that they affect women (where have all of the good men gone).   Let us explore further.

Men have been subjugating women for centuries; now, they’re getting payback. It seems only fair. The fox has turned on the hounds and she’s packing a punch, or a kick to the balls. But the nature of men when faced with a fight is to fight back, either psychologically or physically.

Clearly there are no winners in this scenario.

The relentless competitive struggle to determine who wears the trousers is simply a turnoff for many men. Many are just opting out of the kind of psychological warfare that is common in relationships today, unwilling to engage in the minefield of mind games

Apparently evil men have been subjugating women forever, and now comes their comeuppance.  A competitive struggle ensues, but only if there is a man who engages.  More and more, they are not engaging.

Let us look at the alternatives,

  • Patriarchy
  • Matriarchy
  • Some kind of equality thing

Everybody who is supposedly intellignet knows that the Patriarchy is evil, so that is out.

A Matriarchy would leave a few winner sexy guys breeding, with most left out.  Probably the leftover guys would become MGTOW.  Even the sexy, breeding guys would kind of become MGTOW (except when f’ing).  Women would not respect men, but would that matter?  Of course, who would be left to do the work?  Maybe robots.

The Some Kind Of Equality Thing is as of right now, poorly defined and confusing.  It will probably always be poorly defined and confusing.  Maybe in some rare exceptions it would not be, but that rare formula never really could be applied to the populous as a whole.

Back to the original article.  It decries the Evil Patriarchy.  Then it provides a fine list of the problems that occur when the Evil Patriarchy is eliminated; problems that will eventually catch up to society.  What to do?

Posted in FarmBoy, Feminism, Lies, MGTOW, Trainwreck
52 comments on “In Defence Of The Patriarchy
  1. Yoda says:

    British spelling of defense used it was

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  2. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I think what will happen is that men will continue to withdraw until something gives. The guys don’t want to fight girls.

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  3. Yoda says:

    An effective stable system desired it is

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  4. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Off topic. Helen Smith gleaned some anecdotal info. It is short.
    While it has been a very long time since I was there, I wonder if bachelorette parties are displacing men in Las Vegas?


  5. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “An effective stable system desired it is.”
    Patriarchy would be a good choice and it is not dependent on government. Still, feminists will not cede authority. They will scream.

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  6. mgtowhorseman says:

    Read the comments of that article, all 187 of them.

    90% are ” thanks for an eye opening article but here is why women still suffer and you are over reacting.” Or “We should all just get along (aka man up)”

    Hey ladies, you asked the question.
    This is just the honest answer.
    If you don’t want to listen, Shut Up and don’t ask.

    Soon we won’t even give you the courtousy of answering.

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  7. mgtowhorseman says:

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  8. Farm Boy says:

    Listen up bro. I’ve discovered a muscle-building supplement unlike any other and if you want to get JACKED like me, I have found the key.

    Two words broseph: TOXIC. MASCULINITY.

    Now I know you’re probably thinking, “Bro? Toxic masculinity? I’m a feminist. I don’t fuck with that stuff. Plus I want to get jacked the natural way,” and I hear you. Trust me bro, I was once just like you.

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  9. mgtowhorseman says:

    Men can live without women. As in isolated from all women.

    Ask any merchant sailor, oil rig worker, soldier who get deployed for weeks or months at a time. Not only do they eat, clean, live but carry out high risk missions while doing it.
    And often have a great time doing it.

    Anyone know an example of a group of women living Isolated from men successfully?
    Even nunnerys have a male groundskeeper usually.

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  10. mgtowhorseman says:

    Forget Deadliest Catch.
    I’d just like to see Discovery do a show of an all female crew of say two dozen on a merchant vessel crossing the Atlantic or just staying out at sea for two months in the Caribean in nice calm waters. Doubt they could successfully do that.

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  11. Yoda says:

    Obi-wan lived by himself he did.
    Very capable he was

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  12. Yoda says:

    Think of those “survivor” shows with women only islands I do.
    Unimpressed with their performance I was

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  13. Yoda says:

    Know this I did not

    Cosmopolitan, the magazine that is so entrenched in hetero-normative standards, its current issue contains no fewer than four articles about how to please your man during heterosexual intercourse, wants you to know that revealing your baby’s gender before he or she is born will probably corrupt them for life.

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  14. Yoda says:

    According to Politico, DeVos also plans to meet with groups that disagree with Title IX’s guidance on campus rape

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  15. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cosmo always has been silly it has.
    On a more serious note, if Betsy DeVos caves into the feminists, we will know who are friends are. Should that happen, male college students should start flooding them with Title IX complaints.

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  16. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Ezra Levant is in Iraq looking at the genocide of Christians. If anyone should be a refugee, they should, but they are getting ignored by everybody.

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  17. mgtowhorseman says:

    What do you think of this commercial.

    Starts strong embracing a single father.

    Then bails and takes the Courtship of Eddie’s Father route.

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  18. thedeti says:

    Not a bad article from Elephant Journal, but Captain Capitalism already did this one.

    “Yes, Men Leave the Market”

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  19. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly Alert!
    A very different vehicle for a new mommy. No need to hunt down a changing table and it unique.


  20. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That was a wonderful commercial. I does make a statement. I have to think that real estate professionals do not have a high opinion of single mommies on section 8. That would be the complete opposite of the dad portrayed in the commercial.

    That post by Aaron Clarey is classic. Women do not react too well to what it says.

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  21. Farm Boy says:

    Captain Capitalism’s post was one of the best in the manosphere ever

    Liked by 2 people

  22. Farm Boy says:

    “Kids, pay no attention to the filth published in Teen Vogue magazine. Anal sex is *not* OK. It’s dirty, dangerous, and unhygienic. Even I know that, and I’m a gorilla.”

    Liked by 1 person

  23. Yoda says:

    The purple hair part not so bad it is

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  24. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy and Yoda,
    A wise gorilla he is.
    Put that way, purple hair not so bad it is. Good she looks even when her chest is not in the picture.


  25. Spawny Get says:

    I think that we have a winner

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  26. Spawny Get says:

    not bad either

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  27. Yoda says:

    I was a proclaimed feminist who wanted to tear down the patriarchy, close the wage gap, and hate the “white men this country was built on.” I was active on social media and was frequently tweeting out hateful messages to Republican candidates, trying to categorize and protect every minority group in the nation. I had to fight the fight for them, because they didn’t know how to do it themselves. (In retrospect, how racist does that sound?). The white men were the oppressors and I was a victim.

    As a student with no intention to attend college until halfway through my senior year, I quickly clung onto Bernie Sanders’ campaign of free education. I was fueled by a constant flow of outrage; every single morning I was making sure I was informed on the latest upholds by the patriarchy and the injustices that came from doing so.

    I’m a big music fan. Charlie Puth was my reason for exile from the socialists.

    But the left attacked Puth as a rape sympathizer, a misogynist, and against the fight for equality; by listening to his music, I suddenly was too.

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  28. Yoda says:

    Yet, to The Atlantic writers, defending Western civilization is nothing more than a defense of white racism.

    Beinart begins his piece saying: “In his speech in Poland on Thursday, Donald Trump referred 10 times to ‘the West’ and five times to ‘our civilization.’ His white nationalist supporters will understand exactly what he means. It’s important that other Americans do, too.”

    And Fallows begins saying, “what he called ‘civilization’ … boils down to ties of ethnicity and blood.”

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  29. Farm Boy says:

    James Woods won’t apologize for tweeting that a gender creative child may grow up to murder his parents.

    On Monday, Woods, 70, tweeted a snapshot of a young boy with his father and mother holding signs that read, “I [heart] my gender creative son” and “My son wears dresses & makeup … Get over it!”

    Woods captioned the picture, “This is sweet. Wait until this poor kid grows up, realizes what you’ve done, and stuffs both of you dismembered into a freezer in the garage.”

    Liked by 1 person

  30. Farm Boy says:

    In a bizarre viral video, an “animal rights activist” in St. Petersburg, Florida, harassed two men fishing and threw their catch back into the water.

    Liked by 1 person

  31. Farm Boy says:

    A new study by the Pew Research Center claims that men are more likely to experience harassment online than women.

    Liked by 1 person

  32. Farm Boy says:

    London’s subway railway is to ban the well-known greeting “ladies and gentlemen” in platform announcements, Transport for London (TfL) have said.

    Liked by 1 person

  33. Farm Boy says:

    The headlines coming out of the Episcopal Church’s annual U.S. convention are stunning — endorsement of cross-dressing clergy, blessing same-sex marriage, the sale of their headquarters since they can’t afford to maintain it

    Liked by 1 person

  34. Farm Boy says:

    There is a new post


  35. Yoda says:

    But now, a former provost and vice president for academic affairs at Evergreen, in an opinion piece for the reliably liberal HuffPost, has revealed that the protests at Evergreen were even worse and more potentially damaging over the long run to the Olympia, Washington-based public and famously progressive liberal arts college than I’d thought. Furthermore, although the author of the HuffPost article, Michael Zimmerman (currently on leave in Evergreen’s version of a sabbatical), told me in emails and a phone interview that he (understandably) refused to ascribe any particular “motives” to any of the protesters or to Evergreen faculty members who seemed to have egged them on, a picture emerges of an unholy alliance between some of the protesters and some professors and perhaps even more administrators looking to seize more power and wield it at the expense of the rest of the faculty and certainly the majority of the students.

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  36. Yoda says:

    Where have all the husbands gone?

    That’s a question Peter Lloyd tackles in a series in London’s Daily Mail about Britain’s marriage rate, which is at its lowest level since 1895. “The state of matrimony is not just ailing. It is dying out faster than a mobile phone battery,” Lloyd writes. “For an army of women, Mr. Right is simply not there, no matter how hard they look for him.”

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  37. Yoda says:

    “In my study of communist societies, I came to the conclusion that the purpose of communist propaganda was not to persuade or convince, nor to inform, but to humiliate; and therefore, the less it corresponded to reality the better,” wrote Theodore Dalrymple, the pen name for British prison doctor and psychiatrist Anthony Malcolm Daniels.

    Many of America’s news media outlets do not want to be believed. They want to be feared. The stakes are high. If they do not break Donald Trump, they will be forced to cover real news instead of the Fake News they like.

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  38. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “Where have all the husbands gone?”
    When divorce has made a mockery of commitment, marriage is bound to be unpopular. Those who sought to take advantage have themselves to blame.

    If fake news outlets are seeking to lead by intimidating, then laughter is the most powerful weapon at hand. May the Meme War continue.

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  39. SFC Ton says:

    Being rational with that dipshit is completely beta. Those dudes fishing should have agreed and amplify or said shit put a hook into a kid? Maybe. Depends on how they taste deep fried

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  40. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I guess that Evergreen has not paid any attention to what Mizzou has had to go through since Melissa Click and her friends caused trouble.The have lost a lot of incoming students. No doubt, this will come to pass at Evergreen also. Nobody will have to force them to shut their doors. Real students don’t want be any where near trouble. They have too much studying to do.

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  41. RichardP says:

    Over the span of history, civilizations have appeared, flourished, and then disappeared. Only to be replaced by a new civilization. Civilizations fail. But the population never seems to fail. Outside of any particular civilization, men and women have always seemed to find a way to divide up the work so that they and their children can survive. I imagine that attribute of humanity will continue to work its magic into the future. This civilization might disappear. But men and women finding each other and creating famlies that survive won’t.

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  42. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It may take the end of civilization to do it. Feminists have done a great job of wrecking the family. What a waste.


  43. Yoda says:

    Two feminist geographers are encouraging their colleagues to be more mindful about citing the research of white males because doing so contributes to “the reproduction of white heteromasculinity of geographical thought and scholarship.”

    Liked by 1 person

  44. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Feminist geography? How do these people get their credentials?

    Liked by 1 person

  45. Spawny Get says:

    My interest a couple of people

    Brexit: A view from Germany
    The EU will be the only loser if it plays games over Britain’s departure
    Markus Krall

    ‘This is not about punishing Great Britain,’ declared Sigmar Gabriel, Germany’s interim foreign secretary, on his recent visit to London. I fell about laughing, because this is precisely what’s going on. It is as obvious to us Germans as it is to the Brits: the EU cannot tolerate the thought of a successful United Kingdom outside the Brussels sphere of influence because, if that were allowed to happen, others might dare to start thinking about leaving the club too.

    Everything we hear from Brussels flows from this. The EU presents itself as a champion of free trade, especially when its leaders are attacking Donald Trump, yet it does all it can to slow down, complicate and generally frustrate a free trade deal with the UK, the world’s fifth-largest economy. It talks as if keeping open borders with Britain is a great gift from the EU, rather than, of course, an arrangement of mutual benefit to consumers of all countries. Would the EU dare to enter trade negotiations in Washington, Tokyo or Beijing and demand payments for allowing access to EU markets? Why does it take this approach with Britain?

    In Britain, it might seem that the EU embodies the mood of Europe — miffed at Brexit and determined to take a tough line. Don’t be fooled. The EU is unpopular in so much of Europe precisely because it does not speak for the people it purports to represent. The idea of a €100 billion ‘leaving bill’ seems as extortionate in Berlin as it does in Birmingham: why would Britain want to carry on making huge financial transfers to Brussels when these were one of the main reasons for wanting to leave? Quite apart from anything else, a British government which agreed to such an outrageous bill would surely be neglecting its fiduciary duties to its people.

    To a great many of Britain’s friends, looking in from abroad, Brexit doesn’t look like a mistake. Instead, Britain looks like a country that has dared not to accept the unacceptable, and in doing so it poses a question to its European neighbours. What do we want to be? A prison of peoples keeping its inmates inside by threat of sanctions? Or a community of free peoples binding its members through an attractive proposition and renewing this promise every day with democratic governance, transparency, performance and fairness? On the continent, we behave as if option two is not possible. But if we continue to act like this, then there might be no one left in the club.

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  46. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think Norway was wise in turning them down.

    Then, there is Poland, Czech, Slovakia, and Hungary, At the rate they are acquiring dissident members, none will be left.
    I heard something interesting about Poland, while they are not going to take any Muslim refugees, they have taken over a million fleeing Ukraine. The EU is not taking Ukrainians. As far as I can see, Poland has done enough.


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