Hypergamy And Self Esteem

Everybody knows that modern youngsters, especially girls, are raised in a healthy (well, actually unhealthy) bath of self-esteem.   Repeatedly in the manosphere, it has been asserted that vast swaths of teen girls suffer from poor self-esteem.

I have always wondered if the bath was just poorly delivered, but now I am conjecturing that it might be something different.  Along with boosted self-esteem, we now have open hypergamy being pitched (e.g. Sheryl Sandberg’s alpha fux/beta bux admission).  Up to that point, there was lots of nudging in the culture, such that young women told to “find themselves”, “do what feel right”, etc., all open invitations to indulge their hypergamic impulse.

Here is the question: What if the boosted self esteem mixed rather toxically with unleashed hypergamy?  More specifically, because the teens really felt they deserved the top guys (self-esteem) and that the number of tingle inducing top guys were limited.  Furthermore, hypergamy is such that the top tingle inducing guys are the same for pretty much all women; leading to the fact that lots of women were chasing just the same few fellas.

The big disconnect here is the self esteem says that she deserves the top guy, but maybe she can’t attract the top guy (at least with respect to the LTR that she wants).  Ultimately, her self-esteem takes a hit.

What to do?

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118 comments on “Hypergamy And Self Esteem
  1. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    what to do???

    let it play out and watch the bridges burn themselves.

    they are actively trying to destroy any ability to have a healthy relationship. the end result will be fewer real relationships, and many more pump-&-dumps, because guys will not put up with it.

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  2. mgtowhorseman says:


    Girl 26 dumps tattoo artist boyfriend. Has kid with another man. Then hooks up with tattoo artist’s father 47.Now its true wuv.

    Oh god it writes itself. Esteem, hypergamy (sort of), tramp stamping, unwed babymomma.

    It just goes on.

    Yup pass the popcorn and let it burn

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    It just occurred to me that women are being set up to fail. Their self esteem is pumped up, they believe only the best guys are worthy of their average company, and they get out there and the best guys aren’t interested, because they want the best girls. This is not going to end well and Average Jane is going to look for someone to blame. For now, it is Average Joe. That will stand until the falsity is undeniable.
    What should guys do? Popcorn sounds like a good idea. We didn’t create this mess.

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  4. Yoda says:

    Yes, set up to fail they are

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  5. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    They are going to look to men to solve it. The problem is that this did not start with men, it started with feminists telling them a pack of lies to sell their ideology. It is going to end up being a mess. Women are going to find out that hypergamy is going to leave them out in the cold. While women could pretty much count on reproducing throughout all of human history, thanks to hypergamy, a lot of them are going to end up childless and never married. It is going to be a real shock when they see that feminism is opposed to the feminine imperative.

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  6. @horseman
    On the one hand, the guy is banging a girl half his age, so there is that. On the hand, he talks like a homo. Don’t think fucking your son’s ex is taboo, since they never got married or had kids. Its kinda sound like Farnham’s Freehold without the time-travel or cannibalism.


  7. Yoda says:

    Yup pass the popcorn

    Like popcorn I do

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  8. Yoda says:

    College professors dumb down their courses so that ill-prepared students can get passing grades. Colleges also set up majors with little analytical demands so as to accommodate students with analytical deficits. Such majors often include the term “studies,” such as ethnic studies, cultural studies, gender studies and American studies.


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  9. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    Thats just fucked up. And people approve of this?


  10. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Silly they are.


  11. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Previously, Yoda(?) brought up a link about Tom Brokaw being accused by a former female staffer. I think, with the Cosby verdict, accusers are smelling blood in the water. It can only be about money. Here is video from NBC about Tom Brokaw and new accusations against Matt Lauer. It runs four and a half minutes.

    Someone pointed out that, for every man eliminated from positions because of this, they would likely be replaced by a woman wasn’t kidding. There women on the set and no men. That is one way for feminism to advance women.


  12. Wayne says:

    Yeah, but no woman can replace what Cosby has contributed to society.

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  13. Yoda says:

    Normally, this would be the prelude to a deluge of “yay, another one down!” twitter feeding frenzies by the #MeToo movers and shakers. Not this time.

    Instead, more than 60 women in broadcasting have signed a letter defending Brokaw as someone who has provided them with “opportunities for advancement” and treated them with “fairness and respect.”

    As professional women, we fully endorse the conversation around abuse of power in the workplace. In the context of that conversation, we would like to share our perspectives on working with Tom Brokaw.

    We are current and former colleagues of Tom’s, who have worked with him over a period spanning four decades. We are producers, correspondents, anchors, directors, executives, researchers, personal assistants, editors and technical staff.

    Tom has treated each of us with fairness and respect. He has given each of us opportunities for advancement and championed our successes throughout our careers. As we have advanced across industries — news, publishing, law, business and government — Tom has been a valued source of counsel and support. We know him to be a man of tremendous decency and integrity.

    The letter was “signed by Rachel Maddow, Andrea Mitchell, Maria Shriver and Kelly O’Donnell and more than 60 other women have voiced their support for Tom Brokaw in the wake of sexual harassment allegations leveled against the NBC News veteran.”

    A bit late to the party was MSNBC’s Morning Joe co-host Mika:

    Add me to the list. https://t.co/KpoPznW67m

    — Mika Brzezinski (@morningmika) April 28, 2018

    Without saying so explicitly, these women are sweeping the allegations of Brokaw’s accusers away, diminishing their experiences and trauma, and effectively silencing them. In trashing these alleged victims, these 60+ women excuse reported inappropriate sexual behavior because the accused helped them in their careers. Isn’t this the root of the problem that fed and continues to feed the sexual exploitation of women in the employ of powerful men?


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  14. Yoda says:

    The Origin of the White Wedding Dress
    A son asked his mother the following question:

    ‘ Mom, why are wedding dresses white? ‘ The mother looks at her son and replies:

    ‘ Son, this shows your friends and relatives that your bride is pure.’

    The son thanks his Mom and goes off to double-check this with his father.

    ‘ Dad why are wedding dresses white? ‘
    The father looks at his son in surprise and says:

    ‘Son, all household appliances come in white.’

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  15. Cheque d'Out says:

    Someone thought breeding a retard with a woodworking router (that voice!) would be a good idea, apparently

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  16. Yoda says:

    When it comes to finding somebody special, Kristel Oreto’s body art can be an issue.

    “When I see a cute guy, I would love to just be able to say, ‘Hey, I like you, let me take you out for a steak,’” says Oreto, a 37-year-old tattoo artist from Philadelphia

    “But a lot of times, they say I’m just not the kind of girl they want to take home,” she says. “Just because I look like this doesn’t mean I’m trashy.”


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  17. earl says:

    “Just because I look like this doesn’t mean I’m trashy.”

    Does it mean you’re promiscous though?

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  18. earl says:

    Self esteem = pride, bloated ego, etc.


  19. Cheque d'Out says:

    “Just because I look like this doesn’t mean I’m trashy.”

    Take a seat lady, I have some difficult news…

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  20. earl says:

    “The Self-Esteem Movement began in 1970 and I’m happy to say it’s been a complete failure because studies have repeatedly shown that having high self-esteem does not improve grades, does not increase career achievement, does not limit the use of alcohol, and certainly does not reduce the incidence of violence of any sort because as it turns out, extremely aggressive, violent people think very highly of themselves.”

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  21. Wayne says:

    The thing that improves grades, increases career achievement, and limits substance abuse is hope, not self-esteem. But young people stupidly trade their hope in for what passes as self-esteem. They’re totally lost!

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  22. Farm Boy says:

    “The message of Barbie and her paraphernalia was very much the message of Helen Gurley Brown’s 1962 book ‘Sex and the Single Girl,’” M.G. Lord, author of “Forever Barbie,” told The Post. “She encouraged girls’ not just sexual autonomy but financial autonomy, because from the get-go she always came with some sort of equipment for earning a living.”

    Early “equipment” included tweed skirt suits, geek-chic glasses, sturdy clutches and — by 1965 — an astronaut’s helmet. Handler did reluctantly introduce boyfriend Ken in 1961 but made him as anodyne as possible: a disposable accessory to Barbie’s already-full life. “She was a proto-feminist,” said Lord.


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  23. Yoda says:

    she always came with some sort of equipment for earning a living

    Built-in it was.

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  24. earl says:

    ‘a disposable accessory to Barbie’s already-full life.’

    Nothing has changed since the serpent whispered in Eve’s ear.

    Woman came from man…if they think men are a disposable accessory, what does that make women? They never ask those questions because they don’t know God and how creation was set up.

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  25. Stephanie says:

    I have a post set to publish tomorrow about how tattoos destroy a woman’s beauty. At some level, they must know what it looks like to men, they just don’t seem to care.

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  26. earl says:

    It goes along the lines of….

    ‘Just because I dress this way does not make me a whore.’

    Okay so it doesn’t….but you are wearing a whore’s uniform.

    Just insert trashy in there.

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  27. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    and the propaganda just keeps on coming


    they have no idea of the real damage they are causing.

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  28. Yoda says:

    Perhaps better to work at a subsistence level and have fun it would be

    Treating masculinity as if it were a mental health crisis, “MasculinUT” is organized by the school’s counseling staff and most recently organized a poster series encouraging students to develop a “healthy model of masculinity.”

    The program is predicated on a critique of so-called “restrictive masculinity.” Men, the program argues, suffer when they are told to “act like a man” or when they are encouraged to fulfill traditional gender roles, such as being “successful” or “the breadwinner.”


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  29. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    well, not all tattoos “destroy a woman’s beauty”. one or two small & tastefully done, that have a real meaning, can be cute.

    but the problem is that a lot of women pick stupid tattoos, or ones that are way too big.

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  30. earl says:

    “The program is predicated on a critique of so-called “restrictive masculinity.” Men, the program argues, suffer when they are told to “act like a man” or when they are encouraged to fulfill traditional gender roles, such as being “successful” or “the breadwinner.”

    Because the guys who live in mom’s basement all their lives aren’t suffering and have it all together. I suppose the suicide rates for men are sky high because we make a lot of money and are successful in life.

    ‘The program is currently without leadership, but not for long. The school is in the process of hiring a “healthy masculinities coordinator” to run the program, and a school official tells PJ Media that some hopeful hirees are interviewing for the position later this week.’

    I’ll bet you straight cash they hire a woman in that position.

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  31. Yoda says:

    The force in FNL strong it is.
    See what Yoda will do in the future he can

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  32. earl says:

    ‘but the problem is that a lot of women pick stupid tattoos, or ones that are way too big.’

    Or put it in the worst places possible. No tattoo above or around your breasts makes it look any better…in fact it ruins the joint.

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  33. Antifa-lesbian is displaying the signs of what I refer to as “alien-brain” or pod-person syndrome, which is where a non-human “intelligence” reveals itself through its inability to properly mimic human behaviors or speech patterns.

    about how tattoos destroy a woman’s beauty

    As far as tattoos on chicks, IMHO, ANY ink on her body is a deal breaker. It signals very poor impulse control and the inability to consider anything beyond a 30 minute time frame.

    For guys, I don’t care.

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  34. earl says:

    Things in the tattoo article just sound like common sense.

    ‘Two years ago, Drew, a 29-year-old warehouse supervisor from Staten Island, got an ultimatum from his fiancée: Either he had to go or he had to get rid of the tattoo of an ex-girlfriend’s mother’s name on his butt.’

    I’d be like KH and not care about what most guys get tattooed…but I would question his decision making for putting that on there.

    ‘Oreto recently spent seven hours covering up a tattoo that her ex had inscribed on her inner thigh reading “slut wife,” shortly before her divorce. The piece had caused issues for her in the bedroom.

    “I was dating a guy and when we slept together, he saw my thigh. He said, ‘We need to talk about that tattoo,’” she says. “I broke up with him. If he couldn’t accept me, I didn’t want to be with him.”

    I probably wouldn’t accept a ‘slut wife’ either. Being on the inner thigh just cements that fact.

    “Mary Garnett, co-owner of Clean Slate Laser Tattoo Removal, which has offices in Manhattan, Staten Island, New Jersey and Long Island, cautions that possessive tattoos are usually a sign that a relationship is doomed.

    Getting a person’s name tattooed on you is an omen,” says Garnett, who runs the business with her husband, Jeff. “You might as well just break up.”

    Doesn’t everyone who has some impulse control know that?

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  35. I broke up with him. If he couldn’t accept me,

    How can you break up with someone who didn’t “accept you” in the first place?

    Who wants to be with a woman with a “slut wife” tattoo on anywhere on her body?

    How much does it cost to start up a laser tattoo removal business?

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  36. earl says:

    ‘How much does it cost to start up a laser tattoo removal business?’

    I should start one off the money I get from my cat food and wine stocks.

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  37. mgtowhorseman says:


    Hmmm white flight let the inner cities degrade to crime infested social housing.
    Now there is black flight because it is too violent?

    What? The? Fuck?

    I guess responibility and hard work are off the table then?


  38. mgtowhorseman says:

    From Yoda’s link

    “Men, the program argues, suffer when they are told to “act like a man” or when they are encouraged to fulfill traditional gender roles, such as being “successful” or “the breadwinner.”


    Ok! We have been officially told that ” manning up” is bad for us.

    So ladies? Fuck off and do it yourself.

    We will be over here with popcorn and beer on doctor’s orders!!!!

    Ahahahahahahaha can’t breathe ahahaha.

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  39. mgtowhorseman says:

    From the tattoo article

    “One customer brought in his fiancée, who had a ram’s head on her crotch with the phrase ‘Ram me’ across her pelvis,” says Jeff Garnett. “He just didn’t want to think about how many other people had rammed it for the rest of his life.”


    And you are still going to marry her??

    What? The? Fucking? Fuck?

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  40. This guy is gonna teach you how to be be masculine in a good way…


  41. Probably the only tattoo on a woman I have ever thought was “pretty” was my daughter’s preschool teacher’s, she had her son’s name in a very pretty scrolling script and flowers and such on the top of her foot, where a flip flop strap would be. It was very feminine. Much of the time I think tattoos on gals don’t look feminine at all. Getting something raunchy is especially poor judgement! :/

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  42. Quitting Chicago often means a safer, more comfortable life, but it also means leaving home and family behind. “It is bittersweet,” says June Robinson, 30, who moved to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, with her five children in 2016.

    I’m sure Cedar Rapids was over-joyed at her arrival. She makes $30k and has 5 kids. How much welfare is she getting? What property taxes is she paying to fund the schools there?


  43. Cheque d'Out says:

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  44. earl says:

    ‘Ok! We have been officially told that ” manning up” is bad for us.

    So ladies? Fuck off and do it yourself.’

    See that’s the thing…you think that by giving up your role the ladies will do it themselves. As was proven in the mentoring case where women still want men to mentor them…it’s a load of BS. What they want is the title of your role and you still do the actual role.

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  45. earl says:

    ‘This guy is gonna teach you how to be be masculine in a good way…’

    Can’t I just drink the poisoned Kool-Aid now and skip the middleman?

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  46. earl says:

    ‘Hmmm white flight let the inner cities degrade to crime infested social housing.
    Now there is black flight because it is too violent?’

    A lot of blacks seems to operate from irrational emotions it seems. Ok you hate the white man and want him gone…he leaves and suddenly your segregated area turns into a pit of hatred and violence. Perhaps the problem is the hate in your heart.

    It’s why nobody gets how you accomplish anything by burning down and rioting your own neighborhoods.

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  47. Yoda says:

    Contrast the White House Correspondent’s Dinner with the President’s rally he does.

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  48. earl says:

    George Carlin she is not.


  49. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    this is what feminists want men to be like:

    as screwed up as possible…


  50. Yoda says:

    Misery likes company it does


  51. SFC Ton says:

    Laser removal machines are about 5-6k, “american”. What will kill you is the rent on the commercial space in a place with a population density to support a customer base.

    I would pitch the idea of doing removal for convicts as some kind of anti gang deal at the cost of the state. You wont enjoy the clientele but the money should be ok.

    I know tattoo removal is trending upward but most folks learn to live with it, cover it up with clothing or get a cover up tattoo. Which you don’t see all that much of. Pretty weird to see people come in for new ink with their ex husband/ wife/ baby momma etc still on them

    Now you want to make some serious mother fucking money…. own a good tattoo shop. Minimal equiment and space required and the house takes up yo 50% of what the artist make.

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  52. SFC Ton says:

    Any one else see the irony in a sign that says pro islam anti fascist?

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  53. I was under the impression that the tattoo business was “family-owned” in a lot of towns. Anyway, I wouldn’t want to be contributing to the insanity.


  54. SFC Ton says:

    Nothing says insanity like banking a years worth of out of state college titution every fiscal quarter or so

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  55. earl says:


    Feminism has empowered women to look like baboons.

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  56. mgtowhorseman says:

    Earl quite rightly said

    “See that’s the thing…you think that by giving up your role the ladies will do it themselves. As was proven in the mentoring case where women still want men to mentor them…it’s a load of BS. What they want is the title of your role and you still do the actual role.”

    But what they don’t realize is We Are Not Going To Do It.

    There is no incentive, no reward, hell not even any honour or respect in providing any more.
    So no one is going to do it.

    Good Men will be okay because we can provide for ourselves.

    “But what about the children?”
    Who cares? They aint my children, go ask Tyrone the babydaddy.

    See how that works?

    Its the same as white flight.
    Those left behind either take over or fight overr the scraps as things decay.


    By giving up the role, we know exactly what is going to happen. We just don’t give a fuck.

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  57. earl says:

    Plus if women give up the incentive of sex for mentoring…(which is the sneaky little secret of #metoo)…men really won’t have any motivation to.

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  58. Yoda says:

    I couldn’t even bother looking at the site because not only was is so laughable and cringe-worthy, it was all easily predictable 8 years ago. If you come from wealth and you get bit by the political crusader bug, not only is the fame too addicting, but so is the prospects of never having to work a real job or abide by the real world. This has spawned an entire generation and industry of (disproportionately) millennials who think going on crusades or advancing political causes is an actual career of which Ms. Assaf is merely one of many poster children. Sandra Fluke with her demanding I pay for her birth control even though I’m not fucking her. David Hogg, more recently, who is stepping on the corpses of his slain peer-students to jam that needle of fame into his veins. To the legions of Slate, Salon, and XOJane “writers” who all magically live in expensive Manhattan abodes, all of them are pursuing fame, egotism, and an addiction…none of them are contributing one red cent to GDP or society.

    In the real world these people would die on the vine because nobody would pay them for their unwanted sermoning and lecturing. People simply don’t want spoiled-rotten children from the suburbs telling them what to do. But since they come from wealth either in the familial form (of Daddy Warbucks), the hubby form (where nearly all Manhattan based Slate writers get their money), or the government form (where untold dollars in grants go to made-up liberal arts studies and professors), these valueless people continue on their crusades, not for anything as moral as helping the poor, helping minorities, closing the wage gap, or even legalizing pot, but simply to avoid what they fear most in life – the work, labor and toil that comes with being a self-supporting, independent adult in the real world.


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  59. Yoda says:

    Pansexuality is the opposite of a “slut.” Pansexual people need to feel a close and personal relationship with someone before there is any sexual attraction. With that in mind, pansexual people are not inclined to have casual sex with anyone.



  60. earl says:

    So basically the meaning is another title for ‘Look at Me’.


  61. Yoda says:

    comedian Michelle Wolf’s bizarre and mean-spirited White House Correspondents’ Dinner monologue, after the feminist joked about abortion, CNN’s Jake Tapper, and White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ weight and appearance as Sanders looked on from her seat at the head table.


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  62. mgtowhorseman says:

    Cappy is right.

    Luckily this is a self correcting problem. As less snowflakes work and have meaningful wages to pay taxes there will be less grants to provide for snowflakes.

    Ontario at 13 million total population pays 1 Billion (with a B) in provincial debt INTEREST every month. Not year….month. $75 for every man, woman, child, every single month.

    Not total taxes, not debt payment, INTEREST!

    And thats just provincial from Wynne. Not counting Justin’s contribution.

    And that is in low interest rate, strong economy, full employment mode.
    Imagine what 5% interest or a recession would do.

    Yup….lots of money for snowflakes……

    ….and popcorn!

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  63. mgtowhorseman says:

    Do I feel bad that I was downsized from my 100k government job and just applied for my 2k per month Employment Insurance for the first time in 40 years? (Started first job and paying taxes at 14.)


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  64. mgtowhorseman says:

    (Eyebleach warning!!)

    Now now Gentlemen

    Is there nothing that highlights a long, slim , attractive pair of legs

    Than a large thigh tattoo?

    Hey the video is titled sexiest tattooes after all


  65. mgtowhorseman says:

    Tried to offset the above with a picture of Grace Kelly’s legs.

    But do a google images search of “Grace Kelly” and you get fifteen pages of her from the waist up, or in dresses or in her wedding dress.

    Hmmm. Must be doing something wrong…….

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  66. earl says:

    Tattoos on a woman are like…

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  67. Yoda says:

    Then, a bunch of nomads (the vile Indo-Europeans) burst into Eden, with their sky-father god and their warrior ethos, and woke men up, who took control of the means of reproduction, and demoted women from goddess to housewife.

    But that was not all. The men came up with ways to keep women in their place, by controlling their sexuality. Out came the regulations: virginity before marriage, religious prohibitions concerning sex, monogamy, arranged marriage, tons of babies to keep women busy. And — worst of all — men replaced the mother goddess with the sky-father god. This is how patriarchy kicked humans out of a matriarchal Eden.


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  68. Yoda says:

    Hmmm, yes, eye bleach


  69. Yoda says:

    Last fall, as the first #MeToo scandals scrolled across the cable news chyron, I happened to be reading “Sticky Fingers,” Joe Horgan’s [sic – Ed] biography of Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner. As Horgan describes the magazine’s early years in the 1960s, just about everyone on the staff was having sex with everyone else.

    Did the women of Rolling Stone consent to the goings-on at what today would be regarded as an illegal den of harassment? It seems they did. In the ladies’ room, they scribbled graffiti ranking male staffers for their sexual performance — not, as girls do on college campuses today, the names of rapists in their midst. Jane Wenner, Jann’s wife, was known to judge job seekers by “whether a candidate was attracted to her” and, in some cases, to test the depth of their ardor personally. Photographer Annie Leibovitz, who made her name at Rolling Stone, routinely slept with her subjects.

    Different as those days seem, there’s a direct line between then and now. Today’s clear-cut protest against workplace harassment is mutating into a far-reaching counterrevolution against the combustible contradictions set in motion 50-odd years ago. But as in the 1960s, this sexual rebellion is utopian and deeply naïve about the tangled knot of human motivation. Don’t expect the young women who are building the #MeToo barricades to succeed.

    It’s fair to say ’60s-style liberation endorsed the value of female sexual desire, autonomy and consent. This was a genuine moral achievement, and we can be thankful it is a settled part of modern life. But the sexual revolution also helped midwife the soaring number of single-parent families and the related ills of inequality, poverty, achievement gaps, and men MIA from family life. And all these many years later, younger feminists are exposing new flaws in the sexual deregulation bequeathed to them by their elders.

    First and foremost is the revolution’s blindness to la difference.



  70. Cheque d'Out says:

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  71. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    As for laser tattoo removal, it sounds like a great business opportunity, ideally for technician/owner. While he might have to have a “Pill Row” address, I am not too worried about rent. What would worry anyone would be insurance.

    Yoda at 8:62am,
    If Tom Brokaw has sixty women signing up to protest his accuser, there is a little hope. Some of them know how they got to be successful. Suzanne Venker’s concern about the sane women putting their energy in elsewhere may be true, but not completely. Still, the crazies are louder.

    As for the crazies, Spawny’s link to that terrible blond lesbian reminds me that the best thing we can do is close campuses. After a time, they can reopen but students will have to requalify.

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  72. How about a laser removal truck? I could park across the street from the tattoo places. I could follow the music festival circuit.

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  73. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    This is a business to be taken seriously. It is viable. Would you patronize such an establishment?
    As for truck mounted businesses, a few years ago, in the Ukraine, there were crematoria on trailers. That is a little morbid for my taste but it would make sense in times of high localized mortality.


  74. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Kay Hymowitz really is a stinky doo-doo head.Feminists will never get past their hate for men.

    As for a prehistoric matriarchy, feminists take that on faith. While we know that it would not be socially viable, they still want to believe the fantasy.

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  75. SFC Ton says:

    Hard to believe in a prehistoric matriarchy after watching a few episodes of the dudes vs chicks survivor shows.

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  76. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    For Horseman, for those of you that have not followed this, the leading Conservative candidate for the Premier of Ontario, equivalent to governor in the US, was forced to drop out because of false sexual allegations. He is suing for millions.

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  77. @ Kentucky headhunter as soon as you brought up laser tattoo removal, I seriously thought “mobile truck!” Or maybe an RV? Tattoo removal that comes to you!

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  78. If a matriarchal society was such a succesful utopia, how or why would anyone ever have overthrown it? And what are the odds it happened every single time, worldwide? One would think at least half would have survived, or even 10%? Even 1%?

    As soon as I had my first child I immediately understood why women did not rule the world. We have a more important job only we can do! 🙂

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  79. The whole self esteem, everyone’s a winner, there are no dumb questions movement has led to such super successful, strong, independent adults, yes? Ummmmm, no. It led to a bunch of special snowflakes who need safe spaces and their parents to call in to work for them bc they can’t face the reality of “adulting” :/


  80. RichardP says:

    “As soon as I had my first child I immediately understood why women did not rule the world.”

    Can someone please put this on a t-shirt.

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  81. Farm Boy says:

    In remarks earlier this month around the Commonwealth of Nations heads of government meeting, British Prime Minister Theresa May essentially attempted to shame former British colonies into adopting the LGBT movement’s goals. These remarks represented a new kind of colonialism, a moral crusade to browbeat former colonies that do not accept the LGBT movement.


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  82. Yoda says:

    Much white in this image there would be

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  83. Yoda says:

    Caption this one might

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  84. Yoda says:

    A dour Frau this would be

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  85. earl says:

    ‘As soon as I had my first child I immediately understood why women did not rule the world. We have a more important job only we can do!’

    So let’s give girls and women pills that stop this until they reach 3 eggs left. And then we wonder why their mental health is screwed up.

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  86. earl says:

    Pope Francis should read the Bible when it comes to peace.


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  87. @Comrade_pope

    How are you going to enforce the ban?


  88. SFC Ton says:

    Kentucky Headhunter says:
    30 April, 2018 at 1:18 pm

    How are you going to enforce the ban?

    Well once he has destroyed us wrong kind of Whites the world will be safe for the godless, Catholic and brown skin people so he won’t really need a ban


  89. Farm Boy says:

    YouTube comic Markus Meechan, better known as Count Dankula, is refusing to pay the £800 fine handed to him by the courts for a ‘grossly offensive’ joke, donating the money to Glasgow Children’s Hospital instead.


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  90. @Ton

    I guess I’m just amazed that he tweets out something so ludicrous and yet there are still people attending Catholic churches and donating money to Catholic “service appeals”. The guy is a fucking Marxist, yet you don’t hear word from U.S. Catholic “leaders” denouncing him.


  91. Farm Boy says:

    You hear from Catholic Lay People denouncing him

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  92. Farm Boy says:

    Sarah Sanders was smiling. She owned it. I asked her about the attack and she shrugged with a smile and just said the attacks didn’t bother her and that she’s praying for the comedian,” he wrote.

    “That is the kind of woman she is,” Johnson added. “Flying into a city to cheap-shot a working mother to her face in front of a room of one thousand journalists because you disagree with her politically is not brave. It’s the definition of a coward and a bully. Putting up with it and forgiving that person afterward? That is real power. That is strength. That is class. That is Sarah Sanders.”


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  93. Farm Boy says:

    If you’ve ever given money to Hillary Clinton, you might want to check your bank account.

    According to at least one man, who has now involved a state Attorney General, once you instigate a monthly, recurring donation to Clinton’s post-campaign charity, Onward Together, you owe her $10.48 per month for the rest of your life


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  94. earl says:

    Also remember…he’s not going to be pope forever.


  95. Farm Boy says:

    But Hillary will always be Hillary

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  96. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    Would that happen to be “wire fraud”? Isn’t that counted by each offense? This sounds like it could run into tens of thousands of offenses.

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  97. SFC Ton says:

    Nothing will set them free Headhunter. The church sided with child rapists after child rapists. Nothing. The church has banking ties with the mob. Nothing. The church is trying to turn White Catholics into a despised and hunted minority in White nations…. Nothing.

    Which makes a lot of sense when you understand the Catholic block vote was key to creating this Marxist workers paradise in the 1st place and how majority Catholic nations went way left way early all over the globe

    White Catholics have chosen loyalty to their pope and church over the well being of their decdants and the accomplishments of their fore fathers.

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  98. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Sorry, Horseman, I had no idea that an American baseball commissioner could cause so much trouble. Runs less than six minutes.

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  99. .. the deadly clash between white supremacists and counterprotesters in Charlottesville, Virginia.

    Umm, wasn’t that some fat bitch having a heart attack?


  100. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Sorry, Farm Boy. They are going to sell out, but these people have no sense of their limits.


  101. earl says:

    What religion do you espouse Ton? I keep thinking it’s Catholic for as much as you seem to know about the church.


  102. SFC Ton says:

    You know damn well I am not Catholic but to win a 1000 battles you need to know yourself and your enemy.


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