Physical Insecurity And Its Elimination

From Dalrock’s, Novaseeker comments,

Ah, yes, but the fantasy here is a bit different and is rather specific to one of the main insecurities of the female sex — male physical superiority. The fantasy of WW is not that she is an empowered woman, the fantasy is that she bests men physically, even strong men. It’s the fantasy of there being such a superpowerful woman that the male physical advantage is completely negated and wiped out — bested, once and for all. That’s why women were crying. It gets at one of the core insecurities of the female sex — their physical inferiority to us, and hence their physical vulnerability to us. WW turns the tables on that entirely and explicitly — hence the reaction, which is almost visceral because it arises from the fundamental, primal, “ur” insecurity of their sex.

Probably this is difficult for fellas to relate to, particularly for a tall guy like myself, but women are smaller and have less muscle percentage on that smaller body than the fellas.  Of course, there are strong laws and social conventions that are aggressively enforced to compensate for this.

But this is not enough.  With the modern empowered SIW types, it is still obvious that they do not measure up in this department.  This is demeaning and affects their self-esteem.  But more importantly, it stands in the way of true awesome greatness.  As we saw in the Wonder Woman flick, when physically powerful women can stand up to men, then the evil world that men create is on the way to oblivion; leading to world peace and harmony.  The movie seems to real and is so powerfully appealing, that its message must be true.

So how do we eliminate this last roadblock, the one of physical dominance by men?  Here are some policy solution possibilities

  • Eliminate men straight up
  • Lock men up into camps
  • Inject women with testosterone
  • Teach everybody that gender is just a social construct
  • Shave the heads of all women
  • Develop exo-skeletons that only fit women
  • Teach boys to be mindless drones
  • Drug boys into a stupor
  • Demotivate boys and men in general
  • By fiat, declare that women are physically superior to men

Please feel free to add your own ideas.  We must solve this problem to achieve the World Peace that Miss Americas and Miss Universes desire so much.

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108 comments on “Physical Insecurity And Its Elimination
  1. Yoda says:

    Hmmmm. Parody this is

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  2. Yoda says:

    Or perhaps it is parody not

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  3. Yoda says:

    Difficult to see clearly it is

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  4. Yoda says:

    Hollywood characters best when green they are

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  5. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “Hollywood characters best when green they are.”


  6. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The get back to the post, a man’s physical advantage in strength matters little when his wife can pick up the phone and he is out of his house forever. Or, a woman stranger in a bad can tell a lie, and he has to contend with twenty white knights. Add to that, there is a new wrinkle, women are claiming that men are grabbing them by the ass and they are retaliating viciously. No one will ever know if she told the truth and she will face no consequences.

    As it stands now, women are free to wail on men without fear of having to answer for it to anyone. What more do they want?

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  7. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    What happens when women no longer have a man in their life to abuse? They take it out on their sons.


  8. Yoda says:

    Send all women to one continent “survivor style” they could.
    Watch the ensuing hilarity fun it would be

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  9. Yoda says:

    Be a popcorn salesman to the fellas watching “Continental Survivor” I would
    Much profit there would be

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  10. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It is an amusing thought, but women will never volunteer for it. They like have men around to torment.


  11. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It is the lead story in the discussion. A SMART device contacts the police because a couple is having an argument. Of course, he is going to get hauled off to jail.


  12. SFC Ton says:

    Yup fuzzie. Despite all the anti masculine bile feminist never by 3000 acres out west where land is cheap and build their own town and in Sweeden, iirc, the all female apartment buildings struggle to find tenants


  13. Spawny Get says:

    Ed Balls (the bulging eyed fat cunt of a cunt) is a cunt. Nigel is great. Message ends.

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  14. Yoda says:

    We’ve lost track of Mattress Girl, but the man she accused of rape, Paul Nungesser, just settled with the university for an undisclosed amount.

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  15. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    That was so much better than your usual Andrew Neil links. There was a few attempts of people talking over each other. Nigel always shines. He can talk to anyone and be clear without being condescending. What was obvious was that Remainers, having lost, are going to be as obstructionist as they can be. It seems the only thing to do is roll right over them.

    Farm Boy,
    While Dalrock does have good discussions, your remi9nded me how Sunshine would attract more positive commenters. Oh well, nothing is forever.


  16. Yoda says:

    Do you know that the college descended into literal anarchy and that for days the campus was not under the control of the state? It was under the control of protesters. That there were assaults, there were batteries? There was pressure not to report crimes to the police. People were, by the legal definition I believe, kidnapped and imprisoned, that included faculty members and administrators. Others were hunted on the campus. That lawless bands roamed the campus unimpeded? Police were physically and intentionally blocked by protesters. Police were cruelly, systematically and personally taunted. They were humiliated and forced to stand down by the president. Students that held different opinions were, by the protesters own analysis, stalked, harassed and doxxed, meaning their names, pictures and addresses and phone numbers were distributed online.

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  17. Yoda says:

    The Obama Administration’s Office for Civil Rights in Education was a victim of what academics call “regulatory capture.” That is, instead of enforcing the law impartially, it began to carry out the will of campus social justice activists—one of the interest groups that has business before the agency. This meant promulgating regulations, based on some of the most far-fetched assumptions of campus feminists, that created a presumption of guilt for young people accused of sexual assault.

    But Trump’s OCR sees things very differently. The New York Times reports that the new head, Candace Jackson, believes that the Obama administration’s Title IX enforcement regime has railroaded many innocent young men.

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  18. Yoda says:

    Sulkowicz’s new work almost seems to be crafted specifically to troll her critics. For the new piece, titled The Ship Is Sinking, she wore a white bikini adorned with the Whitney logo. An S&M professional who goes by “Master Avery,” playing a character called “Mr. Whitney,” bound Sulkowicz tightly and hung her from the ceiling on a wooden beam, periodically whipping and insulting her.

    As Sulkowicz explains below, the piece was meant as a multilayered exploration of ideas surrounding sex and consent, societal standards of female beauty, the personal nature of making and sharing art, and the art world in the age of Donald Trump.

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  19. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda, I am glad to hear that Paul Nungesser got something, along with the fact that the school tacitly admitted fault. Maybe it is best we don’t know the amount. We would have reason to get mad all over again.
    Emma Sulkowicz is till out there. I saw something recently about her. She was doing performance art in a gallery while in her bra and panties. Who knows what it was all about.
    How can Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand claim that rape hoaxes reinforce the validity of rape culture? The message has to go out worldwide, feminists are not suitable to be legislators. The would rather bash men than represent their constituents.


  20. Yoda says:

    Wonder if “performance art” the only thing Ms. Sulkowicz capable of I do

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  21. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That was the story on Emma Sulkowicz that I saw. I hope the next step for her is retirement in obscurity.

    As for the new head of the Office of Civil Rights, let us hope she follows through. This will be my personal litmus test for the Trump Administration. How any responsible person can support the notion of rape culture on campus when eighty nine percent of campuses reported zero rapes in 2015 is beyond me.

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  22. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    There was her video, but it was not acceptable as prOn. I think she wasted four years and a boatload of money attending Columbia.


  23. I am 6-1, 185. By no means a huge guy but big enough. My dad was 6-6 260. Using physical stature was just an automatic reaction.

    I love being in line somewhere and just step an inch into someones physical space and watch them squirm.. I also walk very erect and very smoothly unlike most of the pansy boys, still hearing my basic sargent in my head. My wife loves how at the mall I can “part the red sea” as she calls it.

    Wanna really freak out a SIW at starbucks. Just walk up quickly behind her and come to parade rest behind her. When she turns around just nod and “Mame” then just stare at the back of her head. You are not doing an

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  24. Your not doing anything overt but the idea of a big guy behind her with command presence just freaks them out because of this insecurity.

    Just to piss off my old bitchboss who was 5-3 when she called me into her office I would purposely do this. Just stand at parade rest during the conversation. Usually knocked at least 15 minutes off the conversation.

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  25. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I saw this last night and, now, Vox Day thinks well enough of it to link it. Women warning women of the perils of monkey branching and hypergamy. We may see more of this going forward,

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  26. Spawny Get says:

    Just because / why not?

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  27. Spawny Get says:

    Winston did it betterer

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  28. Spawny Get says:


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  29. Stephanie says:

    Saw this today… Woman leaves “love of her life,” that she took for granted and was admittedly bored with, only to find herself single, childless, and “tormented” now at age 42….

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  30. Yoda says:

    Feminist media critic Anita Sarkeesian is facing a barrage of criticism since her unprovoked outburst at popular YouTuber Carl “Sargon of Akkad” Benjamin at Vidcon 2017 last week.
    The feminist berated Benjamin before an audience, calling him a “garbage human” for criticizing her work on YouTube. Since then, Sarkeesian has been claiming victimhood — describing Benjamin’s presence at her panel as an act of intimidation in a blog post, and in an interview on Polygon where she called for the creation of a blacklist for those who “harass” her.

    Despite Sarkeesian’s claims, game developers are now accusing her of promoting harassment. One prominent creator spoke out against her for publishing a piece of fiction about murdering him. The feminist critic often rails against video game players, claiming they direct abuse and misogynist harassment at women in the gaming industry.

    For what it’s worth, VidCon has sided with Sarkeesian, dismissing claims of harassment from Benjamin.

    In other words, Sarkeesian can launch an unprovoked attack at someone sitting in the audience and it’s fine because she’s a feminist. Carl Benjamin, however, can be guilty of harassment merely by sitting in on a panel about a topic he has previously expressed an interest in — although not in the manner in which someone like Sarkeesian might prefer. He broke no rules in attending.

    Yet he’s the bad guy in all this?

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  31. Yoda says:

    The Daily Mail trolls its own article subjects it does.
    Gives them much rope it would

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  32. Farm Boy says:

    According to a recent study, one-fifth of male fish have become transgender due to chemicals from birth control pills being flushed. Researchers found that many male river fish are starting to produce eggs and exhibit female characteristics.

    Liked by 1 person

  33. Farm Boy says:

    There’s growing evidence that some parents’ support for “gender transitions,” is imposing huge medical and developmental risks on children, say medical professionals and political activists – including gay activists.
    The issue blew up on Twitter this week when actor James Woods tweeted a photo of a young boy with his parents at a Pride parade, showing off signs that read “I [heart] my gender creative son” and “My son wears dresses & makeup…Get over it!”

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  34. Farm Boy says:

    Child abuse

    The UN’s controversial agenda, also dubbed the “Sustainable Development Goals” or SDGs, is basically a recipe for global government, technocracy, and socialism. And it includes the UN’s vision of “education” at the heart of it all. Under Agenda 2030, children are described as “critical agents of change” whose “infinite capacities for activism” will be weaponized and channeled by the UN’s “education” schemes into advancing the planetary entity’s vision of the future.

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  35. Farm Boy says:

    While I’ve been willing to go to some extremes to save a few cents, one thing that never crossed my mind was to have sex with married men. I mean, hey, I’m not saying that there’s anything wrong with that. If men are willing to take this woman to exotic destinations and pay for years worth of memories and cultural experiences, why not?


  36. Steph

    Dalrock has written on variations of this alot.

    Most of the comments are guys basically saying “lie in your bed”

    Not alot of sympathy.

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  37. Stephanie says:

    Oh wow! I didn’t know it was really this common… we know quite a few couples who have divorced, but I don’t think the women have gotten to that point yet.

    But this from that first article from Horseman is so awful it’s hard to believe:

    “The truth is that he endured years and years of my contempt, grinding criticism, big mouth, and deep character defects and he loved me in spite of it.”

    Years and years of her contempt??? How do women not understand that their behavior is abuse? I wonder what on earth is making women so pathological that they’re somehow “ok” continuing for years acting like that to someone they’re supposed to love – as if they don’t have a conscience? Hmmm….

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  38. Yoda says:

    Years and years of her contempt??

    More introspection she did need

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  39. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    While I am late to the party, I think we may start seeing more laments along this line. These women are divorcing by acting on the advice of their peers. What they soon find out is that dating in their forties is not like dating in their twenties. Even for those in their twenties now, it not like dating twenty years ago. I don’t think that women would consider frivorce unless there were a good chance of remarriage. Through all this, men have been talking to each other. They are very reluctant to remarry and many are reluctant to marry. We can’t overcome the influence of our wife’s peers.

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  40. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The thought has occurred to men that if Joseph Pulitzer or WR Hearst were brought in to clean up CNN, they would start putting out real news in a hurry. The yellow journalists of the late nineteenth century at least had some journalistic standards.
    WR Hearst once advised, when there is no news, make some. He did. In San Francisco, he brought a hot air balloon to town. It was a first and very newsworthy.


  41. SFC Ton says:

    What kind of beta pays that much cash to bring a maybe I’ll bang you maybe I won’t kind of bitch on a trip?

    Worse case you could rent a local pro for the week once you reach your destination and likely save a ton of cash on airfare

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  42. SFC Ton says:

    Any woman who realizes she is or was a bad wife ranks extremely well in introspection for a woman.

    Liked by 4 people

  43. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    This is a first for me. The Prime Minister of Canada is accused of lying at several points in this segment. This business of extending this 10.5 billion award to this terrorist is the most unpopular thing Trudeau has done yer.


  44. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    In this, Popp makes some references to Univ. of Michigan. He does bring up a good point. All the scholarships are designed to run out before the end of the third year.


  45. Yoda says:

    Any woman who realizes she is or was a bad wife ranks extremely well in introspection for a woman.

    But introspective at the time that mattered she was not

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  46. Spawny Get says:

    Meanwhile, at antifa HQ

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  47. Farm Boy says:

    Rape culture

    The Bravalla Music Festival, held this year between June 28 and July 1, is Sweden’s largest annual music event. Or it used to be. After a reported 23 sexual assaults and four rapes, festival organizers decided to cancel next year’s event, citing that “Certain men… apparently cannot behave.” This is not the first year that Bravalla has served as a breeding ground of sexual assault—five women were raped last year as well. Indeed, ticket sales have been declining for years, mostly due to concerns over the attacks. Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven chimed in, “This is so disgusting. These are obnoxious acts by deplorable men.”

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  48. Farm Boy says:

    Italian fashion label Benetton has been forced to issue an apology after it captioned one of its promotional ads for its new boys clothing line with the words “Sorry ladies. No girls allowed!”


  49. Farm Boy says:

    Continuing to dig a grave for himself with New York‘s woker-than-woke readers, Edelstein observed: “Fans might be disappointed that there’s no trace of the comic’s well-documented S&M kinkiness. With a female director, Patty Jenkins, at the helm, Diana isn’t even photographed to elicit slobbers.” His conclusion? “I didn’t miss Lynda Carter’s buxom, apple-cheeked pinup, though. It was worth waiting for Gadot.”

    Edelstein getting carried away elicited a predictably furious response from New York readers, who slammed him for being sexist, called for him to be fired for his “masturbatory crime” and threatened boycotts. The Mary Sue and Jezebel websites are predictably freaking out.

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  50. Farm Boy says:

    Some stormpilot shippers believe the latest Vanity Fair cover offers proof that Poe and Finn are totally going to bang because Finn is wearing Poe’s jacket and belt buckle.


  51. Yoda says:

    Just to piss off my old bitchboss who was 5-3 when she called me into her office I would purposely do this. Just stand at parade rest during the conversation. Usually knocked at least 15 minutes off the conversation.

    Difficult to do for me this would be

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  52. SFC Ton says:

    Being a man, I have never had a lady boss. I also never salute etc females when I was in. Fuck that shit

    What the man o sphere rarely discuss is the only way women find a break from their many, many, many insecurities is resting in the strength of men. The more masculine etc the man, the more split tails can escape themselves. Ie alpha men sooths their twisted up hearts, minds and souls


  53. molly says:

    “So how do we eliminate this last roadblock, the one of physical dominance by men? Here are some policy solution possibilities”

    Farm Boy I have one more:

    • Go to war with men and die and we get dom’d no more. Yo! Done!

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  54. molly says:

    • shb •


  55. molly says:

    I have a lady boss. Me.
    My boss is a softie, lets me get away with all sorts of bad behavior really.

    Liked by 1 person

  56. molly says:

    Gorka doesn’t let this snow fake get away with it!


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  57. Yoda says:

    Love Gorka I do


  58. Farm Boy says:

    Two of Pope Francis’s closest aides have written a scathing article denouncing conservative American Christians in which they assail Stephen K. Bannon by name as a fundamentalist with an “apocalyptic” views of geopolitics.
    In the article, Jesuit Father Antonio Spadaro, the editor-in-chief of the quasi-official Vatican periodical La Civiltà Cattolica, slams conservative Christians in the U.S. as ignorant, theocratic, Manichean, war-mongering fanatics.

    Liked by 1 person

  59. Farm Boy says:

    Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has stepped up his war on Brexit, declaring that it is “possible” and “absolutely necessary” that the United Kingdom does not leave the European Union.

    Liked by 1 person

  60. Farm Boy says:

    There is a new post


  61. Yoda says:

    Gorka explained host Sean Hannity he was prepared to take on the role of “pit bull” for Trump after clips from his previous MSNBC and CNN appearances were shown.

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  62. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy “likes” many of your comments, he does.
    I don’t think that having Gorka attack CNN as a pit bull will be the right way to go. Humiliating CNN with humor is particularly destructive. They are be exposed as a joke and are doubling, and tripling down. Ted Turner must be livid.


  63. SFC Ton says:

    Attacking cnn like a pit bull keeps Trump’s base in Trump’s camp. Trump will never win re-election if he looses the passed off working White man vote.

    Trump won. Not the GOP, not playing pussy politics like a typical “conservative” etc etc. If Trump ever acts like a typical Republican he will not garner enough votes for a second term so one of the smartest moves Trump can pull off is having his functionaries act more like Trump and less like a ball-less establishment candidate

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  64. Yoda says:

    Excellent assessment by Ton that is


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