For The Children


Over at DG’s, NovaSeeker writes,

Much of toxic femininity was reined in by nature until rather recently. Specifically, pregnancy risk, less availability of abortion, led to different behaviors across the board by women in acting out their femininity. Now, with reliable and cheap contraception and abortion, some of women’s feminine instincts, which were reined in to a significant degree naturally by the risk of pregnancy, have become de-natured and “ambient”, free in an un-natural way, which is, unsurprisingly, toxic. The reason for that is very simple, if you reflect even briefly on it.

Each sex has a “trump card”, if you will, the source of its comparative power vis a vis the other sex. Men’s trump card is size and strength with which almost no women can compete. Women’s trump card is sex and procreation — men can’t procreate or bear children, men are reliant on women’s fidelity to ensure paternity at all, and men have a significantly higher average libido than women do, meaning women have sexual “power” over men (to the extent that a man does not use his physical trump card to “take” sex — an act which is not new, but which has always been condemned).

The constraints on men abusing their physical trump card vis-a-vis women have always been enforced by other men, and were often not very highly enforced, if we are being honest, outside of pure extramarital rape. That has changed in the last century, and specifically in the last few decades, and men are now generally quite restrained in this area as compared with the past, although there continue to be men who do abuse their physical trump card with girlfriends or wives. At the same time, the natural constraints on women abusing their sexual power were removed, both by technology and social mores, such that women are now much *less* restrained in abusing their trump card than men are — and what we are seeing is that a significant percentage of women is indeed abusing their trump card of sexual power in this context. And at the same time the economic base changed to a service economy, and the family laws changed to permit easy divorce on very good terms for mothers, thereby negating, again, the male trump card of physical strength in the economic arena, and erasing any durability of marriages from the legal perspective, which thereby enhanced women’s economic and relational independence, further enhancing the freeing up of women’s sexual expression and the abuse of their sexual power trump card.

Virtually all of toxic femininity arises from this confluence between technological, social, legal and economic factors which combine to permit women to act out on the trump card of sexual power: immodesty, promiscuity, marital delay, willingness to divorce, contentiousness, catiness, female tribalism and the like. This is what toxic femininity looks like, because it involves the abuse of the female trump card of sexual power vis-a-vis men. Hypergamy unleashed (which is itself a product of the same technological, social, legal and economic factors) is yet another manifestation of this same phenomenon — it all involves taking something that is inherently feminine (desire to marry up, capacity to allure, capacity to bear children) and takes it well beyond the natural limits to be expressed in a thoroughly imbalanced way, thereby becoming toxic. So the desire to marry up becomes the endless delay of marriage to find the perfect husband, and the willingness to divorce for less than grave reasons in order to find an upgrade. The ability to procreate becomes the ability to determine which conceived life has the right to live, and who has the doom to die for his/her mother’s sexual freedom and independence, all as determined in the sole discretion of the female judge. jury and executioner. The ability to attract and allure becomes an endless arm’s race of sluttiness, resulting in women dressing as prostitutes wouldn’t even have dressed a couple of generations ago. And so on.

Despite the endless chattering about “toxic masculinity” because some outlierish powerful man abuses his status to compel or try to compel sexual access, in reality the culture is literally drowning in toxic femininity — in the excesses arising from abuses by most women (not just or mainly the high status and power outliers, but most average rank-and-file women) of innate aspects of their femininity, which are all made possible by technology, culture, law and economics which conspire to free up women in this way, to a large social consensus of applause. And it’s that applause that ultimately is the really toxic thing — applause which, we must readily admit, is often coming from men.

Deti adds,

“all the restrictions on women’s bad tendencies have been subdued or removed, while restrictions on men’s bad tendencies have been hugely increased.”

Which is what I came here to say.

Used to be that when the occasional woman’s femininity got toxic, usually through unrestrained hypergamy, sneaking around to slut around, etc. – there were effective countermeasures in the form of hard male power, specifically, her father. Her father had broad, sweeping power and authority over his children, into which police authority would interfere for only the most egregious of violations. Same with his wife – there was no such thing as “marital rape”. The very thought of police authority having greater presence in an individual man’s home than the man’s presence himself was anathema – a married man could not rape his wife. Local authorities did not – and could not – interfere.

We don’t have that anymore. A husband and father really has no power over his family anymore. He has responsibilities in the form of paying for everything. But he has no authority to oversee anything, stop detrimental conduct, or even impose consequences for detrimental conduct. The meekest objections a man might make to a woman’s toxic femininity are met with withering criticism, condemnation, abuse, and deprivation. Wife will divorce him and accuse him of rape, domestic violence, and abuse, and have him jailed. Children will tell a teacher of spanking and physical restraint as physical abuse; of withholding of privileges as “emotional abuse”, of yelling at the kid as “verbal abuse”.

Men have literally no power anymore to handle anything in their households. Men have only that power which their wives and children consent to, subject to the appellate court of pastors, police, and therapists.

Here is today’s challenge: find something in the above explanation of how modern society/marriage works that benefits children compared to the olden ways.  It will be two days until the next post here at Spawny’s; I wonder how many entries we will have.

But until we get there, let us consider how this all works out for men.  Obviously poorly.  How about women?  Well, they perhaps benefit in some areas, for example gathering up tingles, but lose out in other areas.  I am assessing it as a net negative for women.  Does anybody out there disagree?  If so, how?

Here comes the ultimate question.  Supposedly women would have an affinity for the well being of girls, that is, to see that they received the best situation that they could.  It is all about Team Woman, isn’t it?  I am thinking that the answer is no.  The new situation is bad on girls also.  So how strong is their solidarity?

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127 comments on “For The Children
  1. Farm Boy says:

    Women are always making a big fuss about how oriented toward children they are (except when they are not). In reality, it doesn’t seem that way. I wonder why people don’t notice

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  2. SFC Ton says:

    Personally I think the best things for children are 4 hours on a smoker and home made bbq sauce

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    It is all a power grab for women. Children are no better off and men are without authority. It is unworkable and it will collapse. The deal has been made to bad for men to accept.

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  4. Cill says:

    I don’t know the situation in the USA, but in my part of the world the biological parents can’t accurately say “this is our child.” The hive (the State) owns the child. This is the brave new feminist world.

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  5. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    From what I have seen recently, Child Protective Services has a lot of power. They can take children away and it is a tough fight for the parents to get them back, even when CPS is clearly wrong.

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  6. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘find something in the above explanation of how modern society/marriage works that benefits children compared to the olden ways.’

    If a man and women follow the Biblical way of marriage and model it after Christ and the church it should benefit children. The modern monstrasty we have destroys children…be it through aborton, divorce, or single motherhood.

    ‘I am assessing it as a net negative for women. Does anybody out there disagree? If so, how?’

    It’s a net negative for humanity. It appears one sex gets all the benefits but that’s the lie that keeps this train going.

    ‘It is all about Team Woman, isn’t it? I am thinking that the answer is no. The new situation is bad on girls also. So how strong is their solidarity?’

    As strong as the emotion they have at the time.

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  7. earlthomas786 says:

    I like this guy…he’s a good Catholic Aussie. If there was anyone ever created by God who is the opposite of ‘toxic femininity’, it’s her.

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  8. Love says:

    In the article, it states women now delay marriage and delay having children for their own gain. Such as a more financially secure life.
    My thought is this is really not something new. Perhaps the number of women doing it now is much greater. Yet from the dawn of civilization, there have been concubines, courtesans, and mistresses. Kept women who delayed marriage/children for financial gain. Would they also be viewed as feminists?

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  9. Ame says:

    in reality the culture is literally drowning in toxic femininity —

    absolutely.

    But until we get there, let us consider how this all works out for men. Obviously poorly. How about women? Well, they perhaps benefit in some areas, for example gathering up tingles, but lose out in other areas. I am assessing it as a net negative for women. … The new situation is bad on girls also.

    Farm Boy – it’s a negative for everyone. it’s not just that it’s feminism, it’s that it’s against what God created. anytime we go against what God created, and how He created it to be, it’s a HUGE negative all around.

    Cill says:
    8 December, 2017 at 1:38 am
    I don’t know the situation in the USA, but in my part of the world the biological parents can’t accurately say “this is our child.” The hive (the State) owns the child. This is the brave new feminist world.

    especially in divorce. once divorced, the state has all the power. if you can get a judge to sign off on it, you can control and manipulate the children thru the system; my ex excelled in this area.

    fuzziewuzziebear says:
    8 December, 2017 at 1:45 am
    Cill,
    From what I have seen recently, Child Protective Services has a lot of power. They can take children away and it is a tough fight for the parents to get them back, even when CPS is clearly wrong.

    CPS has a scary amount of power. it is in the best interests all around to avoid them. i do know of a few instances where they were needed – the preschoolers left alone all night while mom was out doing drugs – dad finally got full custody. but most instances children are better with their own parents. the foster system is rarely better than the family of origin.

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  10. Spawny Get says:


    Betrayed.

    [Perhaps similar to this it would be]

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  11. SFC Ton says:

    Given the Catholic churches work to destroy the West and White folks through diviserty i doubt a man can the a good Catholic and a good Australian. He can be one or the either, but probably not both

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  12. thedeti says:

    Any woman who even thinks in her heart that her husband has raped her, or feels that he has raped her, or feels that sex with him feels like rape, has already divorced him in her heart. She has already left him and abandoned the marriage.

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  13. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    What happened? As of last night, they were going to make an announcement.

    Deti,
    Any wife who would entertain such thoughts does not believe in marriage.

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  14. earlthomas786 says:

    @Deti…

    Agreed, another factor is how she seems to think licit sexual activity = an illicit sexual event. They got it backwards…and this seems to happen after a promiscuous woman enters marriage.

    They are used to illicit sex that they can’t handle it when it becomes licit. They see the licit as dirty and the illicit as the proper means.

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  15. thedeti says:

    Earl:

    Women “feel like” their husbands have raped them, because of lack of sexual attraction.

    Sex with a man you’re not attracted to = rape, in her mind. Because she wouldn’t ever consent to sex with someone she’s not attracted to. So, if he’s not attractive to her, and he had sex with her, he must have raped her. Or at least that’s what it feels like.

    That seems to be the thought pattern.

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  16. Yet from the dawn of civilization, there have been concubines, courtesans, and mistresses. Kept women who delayed marriage/children for financial gain. Would they also be viewed as feminists?

    No, those women are whores by that definition, but they could also be feminists.

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  17. Love says:

    Perhaps. Prostitution is the oldest career.

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  18. Farm Boy says:

    The European Commission said enough progress had been made after the two sides worked through the night to end an impasse over the status of the Irish border that had scuppered an earlier attempt to clinch a deal on Monday.

    The Commission gave its verdict in a statement after intense talks, which resulted in British Prime Minister Theresa May taking an early-morning flight to Brussels to announce the deal alongside Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.

    Donald Tusk, the chairman of European Union leaders, welcomed the deal but said London still needed to provide more clarity on the new relationship after Brexit, and bemoaned the fact the first round of talks had taken so long.

    “We all know that breaking up is hard, but breaking up and building a new relation is much harder,” he said. “So much time has been devoted to the easier task and now … we have de facto less than a year” left for talks before Britain is due to leave in March, 2019.

    http://fortune.com/2017/12/08/brexit-european-union-ireland/

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  19. Farm Boy says:

    Der Fourth Reich

    The leader of Germany’s Social Democratic party has sketched out red lines for talks to form another coalition government with Angela Merkel.

    In a speech at the SPD’s party conference in Berlin that called for the creation of a “United States of Europe” by 2025

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/dec/07/martin-schulz-united-states-of-europe-germany-sdp

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  20. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘Because she wouldn’t ever consent to sex with someone she’s not attracted to.’

    She should of thought of that when she consented to marry him. But I guess that didn’t enter her mind.

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  21. Farm Boy says:

    In all, over 30 of his Democratic colleagues called for him to step down. However, many were in the chamber to listen to his speech, including at least three senators — Sens. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., Mazie Hirono, D-Hawaii, and Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill. — who were spotted wiping away tears at some point during or after his speech.

    Throughout, Franken staffers sitting over his left shoulder in the back right corner of the chamber were also seen crying and wiping their faces with tissues.

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/ready-democratic-senators-and-staffers-shed-tears-during-al-frankens-resignation-speech/article/2642861

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  22. Farm Boy says:

    That’s what gets me. Trump has all the outward appearance of a massive narcissist. He branded his name. He has a tower made of gold with a huge TRUMP on the outside. The guy seems narcissistic as hell on first pass.

    But he doesn’t act like one. A narcissist has to turn everything into being about them. They cannot allow anyone, ever, to have the limelight or be more important than them. They don’t care about anyone else, or find them interesting at any level.

    Obama is a classic narcissist, everything literally is about him. Trump just seems to be playing a game; he’s using the name for earnings and to accomplish goals rather than out of some psychosis or compulsion

    http://acecomments.mu.nu/?blog=86&post=372870#c28010782

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  23. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    One of the things that Red Pill wisdom overlooks is that forty percent of women have little to no libido. That eliminates that forty percent as good marriage candidates. To get in the the game, these women are resorting to fraud. This is a social issue that has been swept under the rug for millennia. It is one of the biggest drawbacks to lifetime hard monogamy. If we continue to allow the current solution of allowing the wife to turn off the tap for both her and her husband, it leaves marriage insupportable.

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  24. Sigma Frame says:

    Farm Boy, I don’t believe we’ll find many disagreeing viewpoints here. If we’re serious about answering this question, ‘what benefits are we seeing?’, then I believe we’ll have to venture into Feminist/big government territory and entertain some hamster-talk.

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  25. Farm Boy says:

    The senior senator from Minnesota, Democrat Amy Klobuchar, said she would have liked to have heard fellow Democratic Minnesota Sen. Al Franken apologize to his accusers when he delivered a speech Thursday in which he announced his resignation amid a sexual misconduct scandal.

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/amy-klobuchar-an-apology-to-accusers-during-al-frankens-resignation-speech-would-have-been-nice/article/2642931

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  26. Spawny Get says:

    Pretty dry stuff but as I’m watching it now (at 25%) my reaction is that I haven’t seen any better analysis elsewhere yet

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  27. Novaseeker says:

    It doesn’t benefit children — I doubt anyone really believes that, even if they can bring themselves to claim it with a straight face.

    It “benefits” women in ways that you may not consider beneficial but which can “count” as “benefits” viewed from a certain perspective. This system allows women more freedom and independence from any specific man, if they know how to work the system properly. Under the ancien regime, women were often stuck in marriages they didn’t like for various reasons, including (1) unable to get a divorce because no grounds or can’t prove the grounds, (2) unable to support oneself after divorce (no good paying job, men not being subject to draconian enforcement of alimony and support awards), and (3) social stigma around divorce, unable to find a second husband (which, given financial vulnerability makes the whole thing unattractive). The current regime “solves” all of that from the point of view of the lower earner, or at least attempts to do so, such that the woman can leave a marriage feasibly if she wants to, which was much harder to do under the old regime. That can be considered a “benefit”, as can the easier access to sexuality with attractive men, lower social stigma around opting out of dependence on a specific man and so on. Now, one can argue that this is not beneficial to a woman in the long run, and that may be for many women, but that’s the tradeoff here — the shorter run benefit vs the longer run benefit and, humans being who we are, we almost all tend to prioritize the short term benefit because it seems more real than the hazy long-term potential benefit that may never materialize.

    [Freed this comment from spam I did
    Future comments ideally go straight through they will.
    Welcome NovaSeeker to Spawny’s Space we do]

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  28. Sigma Frame says:

    I found some clues over at this site.
    https://papundits.wordpress.com/2016/12/03/feminist-journalist-sex-will-get-a-lot-less-fun-under-trump/
    “As a consequence of having control over our fertility, women around the world have seen our rights and status skyrocket….more of us are [also] able to have sex without the anxiety of pregnancy, to enjoy the unique and fundamentally human pleasure that sex creates, and to tend to our relationships without the interruption and emotional devastation that an unintended pregnancy can bring. This makes women, men and children happier. It makes our relationships and our marriages stronger. It makes us better mothers and fathers. This, too, is an enormous gain, and a moral, social and political good.”
    So essentially, she thinks free f*ck*ng makes the world go around! Quite naïve and self-centered to think one can suck off the cream, and leave the mess for others. Someone here has a monopoly over the tragedy of the commons.
    She states that “having control over our fertility… makes women, men, and children happier”. But we know that women are growing steadily less happy over the last couple decades, and men’s uncontainable happiness ruptured into the Manosphere. Maybe the Alpha-Cad she had in the back of his pick-up truck might appreciate it. But HOW it makes children happier really taxes my imagination, especially with the 40% out-of-wedlock birth figure in the U.S. recently. Also, the parts about “emotional devastation” and “moral good” gave me a chuckle. I am ready to label it all as high-on-hash-hamster-hullabaloo.

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  29. Spawny Get says:

    ‘high-on-hash-hamster-hullabaloo’
    Catchy, I like it

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  30. Farm Boy says:

    A new study in JAMA Internal Medicine suggests yes. Dr. Constance Guille and colleagues analyzed the mental health of more than 3,100 newly minted doctors at 44 hospitals across the country. Before starting residency, men and women had similar levels of depressive symptoms. After six months on the job, both genders experienced a sharp rise in depression scores — but the effect was much more pronounced for women.

    https://mobile.nytimes.com/2017/12/07/upshot/being-a-doctor-is-hard-its-harder-for-women.html

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  31. Farm Boy says:

    A former member of the Norwegian royal family claims Kevin Spacey groped his genitals during a Nobel Peace Prize party ten years ago

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5154937/Kevin-Spacey-groped-Norwegian-royal-Nobel-party.html

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  32. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I watched it all. You have a problem. These people elected to represent the people could care less about delivering. With what they have done, it is now back in the court of public opinion. My suggestion is to find a way to fire them.
    I found this recommended by YouTube. The BBC is up to their old tricks. A way should be found to fire them too. Runs six minutes.

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  33. Yoda says:

    Always hard the husband would be

    A woman has become “engaged” to her favorite chandelier, according to a report.

    http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2017/12/08/woman-becomes-engaged-chandelier/

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  34. Yoda says:

    Director Bryan Singer is being sued for allegedly raping and forcibly performing oral sex on a 17-year-old boy in 2003.

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-hollywood/2017/12/07/x-men-director-bryan-singer-sued-alleged-rape-17-year-old-boy/

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  35. SFC Ton says:

    Farming is the second oldest profession in the world. Want to hazard a guess on the oldest…….

    Women are not happy creatures. Happines isnt in their dna. Weakness is never happy and to be a woman is to always be weak vs the physical world around you but they are a little less worried about the world when “suffering” under a benevolent dictator

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  36. SFC Ton says:

    For Spawny’s consideration

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  37. Love says:

    SFC, I mentioned above that prostitution is the oldest profession.
    Fuzzy stated that 40% of women have little to no libido … Therefore, being inadequate wives. I think that is why prostitution (in whatever form – from street walker to mistress), has been a necessity from the very beginning. Married men through out history have not been monogamous. The need for extra services has always been there.

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  38. Yoda says:

    Anything positive about the “new normal” for children there would be?

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  39. Yoda says:

    All believe in the desire to do well for the children do we not?
    Exemplified by “Hillary’s It Takes A Village” it is.

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  40. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    I think that adults want to believe that they are doing well by children. The problem is that they may be operating in ignorance. This is hard to understand, they were children once.

    Love,
    I don’t know what can be done about the physically unmotivated.
    About what is purported to be the world’s oldest profession, somebody had to find a means of exchange before that was workable. Otherwise, you get into situations like Holly Hunter’s character in The Piano, where they negotiated for keys.

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  41. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    At least she showed the good sense to limit it to being engaged to her chandelier. After all, she has two dozen more in her rotation.
    I have to wonder what these women are thinking.

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  42. Love says:

    Fuzzie, even then, the outcome was a win win situation. He got sexual gratification and she got her piano.

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  43. Spawny Get says:

    Some key Tory brexiteers have been absent from the media today. I’m waiting but not terribly optimistic.

    Good night.

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  44. earlthomas786 says:

    Overall women are not happy creatures because they are less likely to be content.

    That could be because they are weaker, because of hypergamy, because of Eve’s motivations and they are her daughters…but discontent is the main reasone they are not happy.

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  45. As missing today as father’s ability to be an authority bc of male marginalization is women policing and shaming each other. Women used to keep women in check. Even when I was a teen it was still the case, already weaker than in the past, but girls kept tabs on each other and if someone was coloring too far outside the lines, the other gals would “out” her. Now likely this was done in a competitive way rather than bc they were trying to be helpful, but shaming and ostracizing works. Today it’s all “go gurrrl” and “don’t shame!” And it’s true, women may think it’s winning but in reality it’s not. Women goading each other on to behave badly does not serve team woman.

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  46. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Love,
    I have mixed feelings about seconding your assertion. Holly’s character was married. If she were written in as a free agent I would support it.
    I now remember how the movie ends. She loses the piano and has to come to accept it.

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  47. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Hat tip to Bob’s Blog. One of Judge Roy Moore’s accusers is discredited. Once again, Gloria Allred is representing false accusers. I don’t think that specialty would be too popular with the Bar Association.
    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/12/08/bombshell-roy-moore-accuser-admits-forged-yearbook/

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  48. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    I wonder how much urban America is dependent on rural America? This may be a good subject for a post. It would give us a little break from feminism.

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  49. Love says:

    Oh I forgot that part. But her husband didn’t consummate the marriage.

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  50. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think that the husband was a plot device. She wouldn’t have got to the wilderness on her own with her piano. That would have killed the story before it was even written.

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  51. Yoda says:

    Surely Obi Wan involved he is not

    Amethyst Realm, a 27-year-old Brit, is getting slut-shamed for claiming to have had sex with at least 20 ghosts — whom she purportedly prefers to living men.

    https://nypost.com/2017/12/08/woman-slut-shamed-for-having-sex-with-20-ghosts/

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  52. Yoda says:

    Commentor Dave at Dalrock’s

    I continue to believe that one of the most brutal ideologies ever invented against humans is feminism. This movement is so simple, so effective, so dangerous, so destructive, and so thoroughly evil, a human mind could not have invented it.
    I believe feminism is the most brilliant invention that originated from the darkest caverns of hell itself.

    In its final form, feminism destroys every plan that God has for man, for woman, for families, for children, for the earth, and for the future as a whole. No other ideology simultaneously sacrifices, children, destroys marriages, alienates men and women, promotes perversion and rebellion in society, and imposes unending misery on the largest segment of the population, the way feminism does.
    Feminism is proof that the devil exists, and that he hates humans with a perfect hatred.

    https://dalrock.wordpress.com/2017/12/08/devouring-a-lifetime-of-courtship/#comment-253337

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  53. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    Is it just me, or are goofy women finding their way to TV at a higher than normal pace? At least, it is a break from #metoo.

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  54. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘are goofy women finding their way to TV at a higher than normal pace?’

    I thought goofy women was the #1 thing every reality show, morning talk show, and fake dating show looked for.

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  55. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Earl,
    Claiming to have sex with twenty ghosts does take “goofy” to a new level.

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  56. Stephanie says:

    LOL!!! The ghosts thing….

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  57. Stephanie says:

    LOL OMG it reminds me of this woman…

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  58. Stephanie says:

    LOL… maybe she was left alone too long!!!!!

    Listening to that video is hilarious. Poor woman… nutty!

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  59. Stephanie says:

    Wow!!!! And then she became the “ghost whore.”

    Whom all the other ghosts apparently heard about… lol. That must’ve took some talent in the sack! And now she’ll never go back to human men. LOL…..

    Thanks FarmBoy!

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  60. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Stephanie,
    I don’t think that I have seen a single episode of Southland. From what I saw of previews, there were a whole lot of bent cops. Maybe I was spoiled watching Joseph Wambagh.

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  61. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    All the boy ghosts want to come to her house.

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  62. Stephanie says:

    They do have that classic attitude, Fuzzie. 🙂 The way they prank each other is so real though. 😀

    My husband actually did deal with a woman over an issue very close to this one:

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  63. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Stephanie,
    I think it may be a good thing to haul women like that in when they get that far out of control.
    Real life in a Seattle courthouse fro a year ago. Runs nine minutes.

    At a later date, she went off in front of the city council.

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  64. Yoda says:

    Ghosts sign consent forms they can?

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  65. Yoda says:

    Chandeliers sign consent forms they can?
    Chandeliers sign marriage certificate the can?

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  66. Yoda says:

    Wonder if ghosts use condoms they do I do

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  67. Yoda says:

    Gratuitous images these are

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  68. Cill says:

    “I gave up men to have sex with ghosts”

    I wonder if the Ghost of Christmases Past was one of them, and if so, what sort of package he packed?

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  69. Spawny Get says:

    Crap joke weekend

    A blonde woman goes to the vet with her goldfish. ‘I think it’s got epilepsy’, she tells the vet.

    The vet takes a look and says, ‘It seems calm enough to me.’

    The blonde says, ‘Wait, I haven’t taken it out of the bowl yet.’

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  70. SFC Ton says:

    Videos like that are the reasons why I think women should be leashed and muzzled in public.

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  71. Yoda says:

    So a slut the “ghost woman” she is?

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  72. Yoda says:

    The fact that a blonde she is
    essential to the entire joke it would be

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  73. Yoda says:

    According to The Daily Mail, 27 percent of all millennials feel that it would be normal to form relationships — both romantic or otherwise — with digital denizens. Unsurprisingly, men are three times more likely to do so

    https://pjmedia.com/trending/27-percent-millennials-date-robot/

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  74. SFC Ton says:

    No shit! I was promised death camps! Where are my death camps?

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  75. Yoda says:

    Well, explains it it does

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  76. Stephanie says:

    Wow Fuzzie that video….

    She’s really lucky he didn’t just punch her for harassing him. Even if he DID say “humongous” in reference to himself (lol), she took it to the next level and harassed him.

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  77. Stephanie says:

    “So a slut the “ghost woman” she is?”

    LOL… well…

    in her mind she is!

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  78. Stephanie says:

    On that woman’s ugly boots….

    It’s amazing to me how much people will pay for fashion atrocities.

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  79. Yoda says:

    If you’re having some trouble awakening the forces in your nether regions, we may have found the most badass way to satisfy both yourself and your obsession with all things Star Wars. Enter Star Toys, a 12-item collection of sex toys that’ll take you to a pleasurable galaxy far, far away

    https://www.popsugar.com/love/Star-Wars-Sex-Toys-44335301

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  80. Yoda says:

    Again, if the story ended here, it would be just another baseless accusation by a confused (or regretful, or scorned) young woman who had second thoughts about a hasty tryst, foiled by a fair and neutral adjudicatory process. But it didn’t end there.

    Under UT policy the hearing officer’s decision is not final but is subject to review by UT president Greg Fenves, who, as I explain here, has been pushing “progressive” themes ever since becoming UT’s president in 2015.

    As it turns out, Roe’s father is a significant donor to UT who holds one of the many “advisory” roles coveted by UT cronies.
    As it turns out, Roe’s father is a significant donor to UT who holds one of the many “advisory” roles coveted by UT cronies. The denouement was predictable: In April 2017 Fenves overturned the hearing officer. He ignored the relevant definition for “incapacitation,” and determined (contrary to the evidence) that Roe was “highly intoxicated” at the time she agreed to have sex. Fenves decreed that Doe must suffer a five-semester suspension.

    Doe was declared a rapist by Fenves’ unilateral whim.

    https://www.jamesgmartin.center/2017/12/cronyism-met-political-correctness-university-texas/

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  81. Farm Boy says:

    It doesn’t benefit children — I doubt anyone really believes that, even if they can bring themselves to claim it with a straight face.

    Yes, they don’t believe it. Yet children are supposedly so important, especially to women. So they say. Go figure

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  82. Spawny Get says:

    Godders is a kipper, David Davis is one of the tories telling us that the betrayal (including 40BILLION to the EU) was just peachy (not sure what his real views are, but…)

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  83. Farm Boy says:

    The Treasury Department paid $220,000 in a previously undisclosed agreement to settle a lawsuit alleging sexual harassment that involved Florida Democrat Alcee L. Hastings, according to documents obtained by Roll Call.

    http://www.rollcall.com/news/politics/alcee-hastings-sexual-harassment

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  84. Spawny Get says:

    Puts the dangers of beer goggles into perspective

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  85. earlthomas786 says:

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  86. Farm Boy says:

    This is good stuff

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  87. Farm Boy says:

    Opus over at Dalrock’s said this

    Freeeeeeeeeeeeee at last

    No one has felt this good since 1776.

    Breeeeeeeexit Decree Absolute. Yes!!!!

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  88. Spawny Get says:

    The joys of parenthood

    With a retarded kid

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  89. Spawny Get says:

    Enough jokes, some science

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  90. Farm Boy says:

    Speaking of beer

    Vapid Hollywood dinosaur Chelsea Handler came under fire recently for calling White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders a ‘harlot’ and ‘trollop’ because of the make-up she wears during press briefings.

    James Woods moved in with the kill shot Saturday morning.

    Woods tweeted a video of Chelsea Handler being urinated on with a caption, “This person berates the character of @SarahHuckabee on a daily basis.”

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/12/james-woods-wins-internet-today-chelsea-handler-kill-shot/

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  91. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Stephanie,
    While all that was going on, there had to be at least a dozen cops within earshot that did nothing. All this happened in a courthouse.

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  92. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder why…

    In a survey, men said they felt pressure to be financially successful and engage in locker room talk, while women felt pressure to be involved mothers and attractive.

    https://mobile.nytimes.com/2017/12/05/upshot/men-women-gender-bias-poll.html

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  93. Farm Boy says:

    Videos like that are the reasons why I think women should be leashed and muzzled in public.

    Wouldn’t muzzling be enough?

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  94. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    No candy coating from Helen Smith this time. It is very brief.
    https://pjmedia.com/drhelen/war-men-wolf-whistling-considered-hate-crime/

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  95. earl says:

    That Daily Mail link Helen Smith had in her article had this statement which finally said what men have thought for years. We’re not threatened by ‘powerful’ women.

    ‘Many women have been raised to think of men as the enemy,’ says Venker. ‘It’s precisely this dynamic — women good, men bad — that has destroyed the relationship between the sexes.
    ‘After decades of browbeating, men are tired. Tired of being told there’s something fundamentally wrong with them. Tired of being told that if women aren’t happy, it’s their fault. The rise of women has not threatened men. It has just irritated them.’

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  96. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think that Helen Smith can see what is coming and knows that women will not like it.

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  97. earl says:

    I would hope so. Pissing off a large group of people who are bigger, stronger, and more logical than they are combined with the fact we’ve invented pretty much every modern convenience in the civilization and do the disgusting and repair jobs that keep civilization running…is not a good idea. And this is a group of people who naturally are attracted to women so it must be an ethos of epically bad proportions to change what is so natural.

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  98. earl says:

    This should be directed at the modern feminist.

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  99. Yoda says:

    Big boobs the chicks in that image have they do

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  100. earl says:

    @Yoda…

    It’s to make you not think…’could these women potentially be frauds and are really just masquerading feminists’?

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  101. Yoda says:

    group of people who are bigger, stronger, and more logical than they are

    Vulcans you mean?

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  102. earl says:

    Don’t piss off Spock.

    Even though he displays great emotional control…you don’t want to see what happens when you finally set him off.

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