Double Down They Will

Over at RPG’s, Earl writes,

 If all the changes over the past forty or so years haven’t led to a better, happier life for women (or men or kids), where do we go from here?’

Feminism for women is like socialism for Marxists…we just haven’t done it right yet or men have continued to screw it up yet so we need to double and triple down on it. If we just give women unlimited rights to do whatever they want and remove all bad feels and consequences of their actions…they will finally be happy. And if you think this is an impossiblity that’s just evil mansplaining talking.

It won’t go away until the herd reverts back to the way God set things up…but that starts with humility.

Any effective social system must take into account human nature; that very complex often contradictory manner in which people operate.  To make things work, often there must be compromises such that the people of the system get much of what they desire.  If you don’t  have this, then you might have such things a sefdom, slavery, third world kleptocracies, etc.

Feminism, like most every other ism, fails this test.  Let us examine this more closely.  Ostensibly it is all about equality, except for the obvious differences in plumbing that can’t be ignored.  The basic premise is that men and women are the same, so they should fit into society in the same manner.

Well, they are not the same, especially in terms of their human nature.  Women have certain pre-dispositions that men do not have, and vice-versa.  These are not trivial differences, they are game-changing differences.  The impact of these differences have been projected upon society through Feminism; upsetting the effective social system where once again, most obtained much of what they desired.  Here are some examples women’s base desires being set free,

I. Hypergamy 

II. The Feminine Imperative

III. Tingles at the expense of well-balanced children

IV. Sexual Amusement Parks

V.  Control over emasculated men, though in reality women want to be dominated. It is as if there was a Society Wide Shit Test.

It goes on (and on).  These new rights/privileges are driven by women’s human nature; it just seems that they do poorly in the long run when driven so.  Apparently it is right and proper to ignore this.

So we have a new social system.  Women and their male allies have changed the rules.  Though women thought they would be happy, they are not.  Some men are content, some are happy, many are meh.  The children suffer.

This new “compromise”  seems to not deliver much of what its participants want.  So as Earl states, clearly it is time to double down on it; human nature be damned.


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122 comments on “Double Down They Will
  1. mgtowhorseman says:

    And men double down on pence rule and mgtow. Natural.

    Feminism freed men from the burden of performance.

    Knowing he will never get married or have to support a family frees the young man of today to do whatever the fuck he wants. It is the ultimate libertarianism.

    The fruits of my labours, all of it, are mine and no one elses. Vice versa I have little wants so I have little need to labour. No one trusts me being a male so I don’t have to put my faith in anyone but me.

    Provide for the labour the economy needs, taxes the government needs?. Um no. Society will never respect me so shame doesn’t work. Shake the booty or bat the eyes for favours, um you already said no, never, nyet. Do it for the children, who will never be my children.

    Nope. I heard you loud and clear growing up. I saw what you did to dad and uncles. I have never personally known a successful, respected man. I saw the slut marches and the gurl power and how girls dressed and behaved in school.

    For the first time ever it is totally logical to be a selfish prick.

    Go ahead…double down, triple. Or reverse course and say saaaawry. Revert to the 50s, or victorianism. Don’t matter. 25 formative years shaped me and its intractible.

    No longer “By the people, for the people’.
    Its ” For Me, By Myself.”

    It is only us old farts, whose formative years predated the third wave and are already trapped by our thinking if not our women that feminism really affects.

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  2. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    It does seem universal. Every time something is seen to fail, its adherents want to see more of it applied. However, if they do double down on feminism, I can’t answer for the reaction from men. It will be drastic. The present situation is intolerable as it is.

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  3. mgtowhorseman says:

    And the young man of today has so many work arounds available. Vasectamy, VR, pros.
    Hell he doesn’t even need to troll porn.
    A good christian boy can get this in his youtube recommendations because he likes bikes!


  4. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    Isn’t the same everywhere? Something doesn’t work, so they suggest doing more of the same thing.

    Longer school days, because obviously they aren’t getting enough of what we think they should have.

    A higher minimum-wage, because that will make them want to get better jobs.

    Lower the job standards again, so we can hire better employees.

    And none of it ever works.

    This is what happens when you focus too much on the goals, and nowhere near enough on the results

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  5. SFC Ton says:

    Not sure if any of this matters all that much. Capable and ruthless men will find a way through it all, other men will find a way to side step most of the bullshit.

    Which I reckon is how things have been for 98% of human history.

    What I think is important is for men to understand their realistic options and figure out the best way to exercise those options.

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  6. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    What men need to do is stop acting on their feelings, and realize that marriage is nothing more than a business decision that can go very wrong, very quickly, and at a high cost.

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  7. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Not just marriage, any interaction with women can be perilous. Sometimes, you don’t even need to interact, they pull your name off of facebook.

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  8. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    Their treachery and willingness to lie, knows no bounds.

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  9. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    At times like this, To believe in a just God helps. Still, that is hard when we see so much wrongdoing rewarded.


  10. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    To address your point and the original post, while this video is over two years old, it remains timely and prophetic.

    It is hard to imagine a future where women are so untrustworthy, we can’t do business with them. If feminists continue to double down, we just may.

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  11. Farm Boy says:

    Authorities in Las Vegas arrested a high school teacher after she threatened to shoot up a concert so she could start a new #MeToo movement aimed at empowering women to become serial killers

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  12. Farm Boy says:

    This is supposedly funny

    1. He carries a tote bag that’s at once pro-environment, pro-feminism, and pro-reading.

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  13. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Frm Boy,
    While that women in Las Vegas conforms to my theory that feminists are only going to seem more radical as they lose their moderates, I do have to wonder that she only made threats. Was she likely to follow up? Were the threats credible? I could talk about going to the moon, but without a Saturn V rocket under me, it is very unlikely.

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  14. earl says:

    ‘Not just marriage, any interaction with women can be perilous.’

    Shoot today at the gym I was doing a heavier set of bench press and a woman said she’d spot me. I said ‘no thanks’ and asked my (male) buddy to spot. She told me how offended that made her.

    Didn’t matter to me…I’d rather she be offended than a bunch of weight being stuck to my chest because she couldn’t lift it up.

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  15. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That would qualify as perilous. I’ll bet you didn’t know her from Eve. She shouldn’t have taken offense. Putting sex aside, having a spotter you know and trust has to be better than one unknown.


  16. earl says:

    I know her…she thinks she’s really strong. Maybe for a woman she is…but I’d never trust a woman to spot me on bench.

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  17. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Should she be able to support all the weight you are pressing? If so, being a woman puts her at too much of a disadvantage.
    You’re not rude or crazy.


  18. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    No, it’s not hard to imagine at all.

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  19. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    Ah, faux-offense. Another often used tool of manipulative narcissists.

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  20. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    If it comes to that, where no one will do business with women, they won’t be able to function. We’ll have to make big adjustments

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  21. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    H/T to Captain Capitalism. To quote him”Scotland, enjoy the freaking decline.” It seems that Scotland is going to extend voting rights to refugees. This does not apply to the General Elections. That is up to the Parliament in Westminster.
    More bad news for our Glorious Patriarch.

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  22. SFC Ton says:

    Almost every man I know is going his own way and I doubt they’ve heard the term.

    Middle age fellas have played the game and lost or didn’t do well enough to stay in so they developed a fulfilling life outside of women. They all want to get laid etc etc but none are actively looking to marry and have kids. I only know one man who is deliberately making less money then he could, and that’s about not paying his high ass alimony. With alimony figured in, he brings home a little more money per month making 65k a year( with over time) then he did making right over 100k and paying his ex wife. That’s because they don’t figure in his overtime for alimony, but all the other single middle age dudes I know are trying to make as much money as possible. They want cars, vacations and secured retirements

    The young men I know are more or less the same, plus a lot fewer economic opportunities. Best I can tell it’s the ecconmic stuff driving their decisions. I don’t think any of them would be looking to marry etc because they are unimpressed with the women of thier generation but they would all like to make more money. Or almost all. I have ran into a few who prefer weed to decent wages.

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  23. SFC Ton says:

    Farm Boy says:
    29 May, 2018 at 5:17 am
    This is supposedly funny

    1. He carries a tote bag that’s at once pro-environment, pro-feminism, and pro-reading.

    No man carries a tote bag


  24. Farm Boy says:

    Disney murdered the Muppets, not only by making them preachy and divisive but by stripping them of their most precious commodity — their innocence. That was the thing about the Muppets, the thing that made them so unique and wonderful; that innocence. The Muppets may have lived in our physical world, but they lived in their own world — in a place that was silly and sincere, free of cynicism and pure; it was a place we could all hold hands and escape to for 90 minutes.

    That place was timeless because its themes were timeless,because what was happening in the Real World did not exist there. To bring left-wing politics into the Muppets’ world was not only a betrayal of the Muppets and their audience, it was an unbelievably obnoxious act of arrogance.

    Disney is now in real danger of doing the same to Star Wars.

    Yes, last year The Last Jedi made a ton of money, but it still waaaay-underperformed. After a boffo opening, word of mouth about the movie’s annoying, spell-breaking gender politics drove it into the dirt. Adjusted for inflation, Last Jedi has only out-performed the dreaded Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith, and just barely the standalone Rogue One, which offered none of the mythical characters that populated Last Jedi and should have offered a huge advantage.

    It was politics that injured Last Jedi, producer Kathleen Kennedy’s bossy decision to infect a far, far away galaxy that existed a long time ago, with the mentality of a 22-year-old Womyn’s Studies graduate with a minor in Social Justice Warrior. Kennedy not only popped the cherry of that world, she did so at the expense of characters, story logic, and so much of what made Star Wars Star Wars.

    Rey has almost no charisma, she only serves as Kennedy’s perfectly-perfect Mary Sue. Worse still, Last Jedi shit all over Luke Skywalker, sent a bunch of Dumb Men on a ludicrously stupid wild goose chase (but not before they Occupy Wallstreet’d some mofos), and turned Poe (who should be this new trilogy’s star) into all the avatar of all male chauvinist pigs who ever dared second guess Mizzz. Kennedy.

    Which brings me to Solo.

    How bad is Solo crash-landing at the box office?

    Four words:





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  25. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    can’t handle a disagreement on your own, so invoke crowd bullying.

    very anti-fa like. cowardly as an individual, faux-bravery in a crowd.


  26. earl says:

    That’s what it was.


  27. earl says:

    I’ve also met her husband before. The first thing he said when he introdued himself…’I’m the poor bastard who married her.’

    ‘Almost every man I know is going his own way and I doubt they’ve heard the term. ‘

    Outside of those men who are married…I see that too with a lot of single and especially divorced men. I think frivolous divorce by unhappy women is the main motivation for both to go this route…one for going through the grinder and the other not wanting to go through the grinder.

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  28. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    “57 different genders, and the only one that doesn’t matter, is the male one.”

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  29. earl says:

    Now we just need a feminism bus where Ms. Strong & Independent is driving alone her broken down bus full of cats and empty pill & wine bottles. Because she doesn’t have a man who knows how to change the oil or replace tires.

    Well except her poor father…who is going to have to support her until he’s dead.

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  30. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    no. he’s so sick of the BS, that he’s turned his back on her as well.


  31. Farm Boy says:

    Today is the day when you find a new place to get your coffee

    Starbucks will close thousands of stores to “train” their employees to fight off their racist white-ish-ness or something like that

    The plan has brought attention to the little-known world of “unconscious bias training” used by corporations, police departments and other organizations. It’s designed to get people to open up about implicit biases and stereotypes in encountering people of color, gender or other identities.

    “Little-known” or quackery, you decide, but it’s notable that that “corporations, police departments and other organizations” have bought into this claptrap. Be warned

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  32. earl says:

    The analogy of a landmine from the video bear provided is accurate. You dont know which woman you meet is the one who’ll blow you up until you step on it…so you have to assume they all are.

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  33. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    have they really bought in to the claptrap? or are they simply going through the motions, so that the blame can be pushed on to individual employees?

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  34. Farm Boy says:

    Starbucks is like a abused broken Soviet political prisoner confessing their crimes before the State/People

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  35. Farm Boy says:

    Speech First President Nicole Neily told The College Fix she’s not surprised the university is stalling. “The university has a lot of money invested in the diversity infrastructure … they don’t want to do that.”

    UMich employs 93 full-time “diversity, equity, and inclusion bureaucrats,” more than a quarter earning $100,000 to nearly $400,000 and more than half at least $75,000, according to American Enterprise Institute scholar and UM-Flint economist Mark Perry.

    This adds up to $11 million between salaries and benefits, Perry said on his blog.

    University of Michigan’s Small Army of Nearly 100 Diversity Bureaucrats at an Annual Cost of $11M = Full tuition for 765 Students.

    — Mark J. Perry (@Mark_J_Perry) May 20, 2018

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  36. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    ok, people are biased. we all know that.

    you don’t like what someone else says? walk away.

    this “bias response” nonsense is nothing more than trying to squash differing views and opinions.

    feelings hurt? tough!

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  37. Stephanie says:

    “but all the other single middle age dudes I know are trying to make as much money as possible. They want cars, vacations and secured retirements”

    No kidding 😦 One of my husband’s best friends and fellow co-workers is about to go through his second divorce. It’s so sad!!!! He may lose quite a bit… my husband said he was talking to them last night about how he should have had a prenup etc. He’s close to retirement age, so this is going to mess all that up for him.

    I don’t get it… he’s not bad at all, they seem to have a good life together (he makes a ton so money is not the problem).

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  38. Stephanie says:

    I’ve been thinking a lot about how couples need to just stay during the rough patches.

    Every marriage has times where, due to just circumstances, things are going to be very hard. Avoiding problems or suffering is not the answer. The answer should be in finding how to survive through things like that and stay married.

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  39. earl says:

    ‘I don’t get it… he’s not bad at all, they seem to have a good life together (he makes a ton so money is not the problem).’

    Landmines…Stephanie…men have to start viewing women as landmines. This is the environment feminism has created and unfortunetly the few good ones have to prove without a shadow of a doubt and quite often they are not a landmine. We have a society with the churches, academia, friends, and DODO fathers that makes them all think they are god like princesses who can do anything dispite what the true God or biology or nature says. When their prideful worldview is threatened, because they are not gods or princesses, they get all offended and run to daddy state to take care of his ‘abuse’. The nice payday they get for blowing up the marriage is icing on the cake.

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  40. earl says:

    Feminism has turned the helper of men into the enemy of men. And instead of repenting of the error of their ways and turning back to the way God set it up…they keep doubling down with these new waves of feminism and make it worse for everyone. Especially themselves.

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  41. Farm Boy says:

    News you can use

    The U.S. Geological Survey took a break from giving serious updates about Hawaii’s Kilauea volcanic eruption to confirm that no, you should not roast marshmallows over the scorching hot volcanic vents.

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  42. SFC Ton says:

    Been there, done that, SheTon and Ton2.0 thought it was gross. Not the moat epic Dad fail of all time and at least we all had fun throwing shit into the lava flow but anything you cook over lava will taste like sulfur and something worse. We did smores and hot dogs. Both were nasty as hell

    Also the shit you toss into the lava doesn’t burst into flames instantly. Takes a while and water bottles will explode.

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  43. RichardP says:

    For those who don’t know, the comments following the article are informative.

    Before puberty, and after menopause for a good many, the natural state of affairs between boys and girls is an antagonistic one. It is only the rising hormones of puberty that serve to bring male and female together long enough to get pregnant and raise children. When that period, set aside by nature, is done, many (but not all) revert back to the antagonistic relationship.

    There is a truth not discussed in this corner of the manosphere: one can be “normal” only if the chemistry of the brain is willing. There are many things that can cause the chemistry of the brain to be or become less than optimal. Unfortunately for the bystanders, the brain doesn’t send an eMail letting us know that that is what is happening.


  44. RichardP says:

    A question for those who already know, or who have read at least a few of the comments at the end of the article I linked to above:

    Are women going through menopause (the “older” women in the Bible) really the best candidates to be teaching the younger women to love their husbands?


  45. mgtowhorseman says:

    Posted this at Blooms so apologies for reposting but some dont go there.

    Change of topic: Chivalry

    Something happened at the grocery store today that shows my age and “Chivalry”.

    Store recently went to the shopping carts needing quarters to unlock. As I am walking up the parking lot I am pulling change from my pocket. (As a guy who still uses cash I have lots of change.) There in my hand are three shiny quarters amongst loonies and toonies.
    I get to the carts behind an average 30ish woman. She stops, sees the carts and starts rummaging in her purse for a quarter. I look down at the three quarters in my hand….


    Doesn’t matter what I thought (dont remember) but I Thought About It for a good twenty seconds. A long pause.

    In that time she gives up in frustration, huffs, and goes back to the parking lot likely to find a quarter in her car.

    Its not whether I would or wouldn’t have given one to her (not tellin’) but that
    I Thought About It!!

    In my youth, up to say 35, would be an autonimous act ” here you go mame.”
    Now I expended brain cells on deciding on a simple chivalrous act.

    (No its not rudeness, I didn’t slam the door in her face)

    Says a lot about how things have changed.

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  46. earl says:

    What important thing is Mizz Feminist Princess championing so far?

    ‘Meghan Markle gives new voice to issue of menstrual hygiene: Here is why you should care’–abc-news-wellness.html


  47. earl says:

    If you keeep doubling down, ladies….this will not end well.

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  48. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    so what you are really saying is,

    would not hit. 😜


  49. Farm Boy says:

    So what you are really saying…

    Is that she is as appealing as a lobster

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  50. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That Sun link has it all wrong. Tommy could not influence the court in any way in this case. All the men had been found guilty and were there for sentencing. What happened with Tommy makes banana republics look discreet and judicious by comparison. This is so bad that a German MP has offered him political asylum. One member of the House of Lords has promised to hold the judge in this matter to account.

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  51. SFC Ton says:

    Those replies from the guys describe my ex wife. Can’t imagine what new deepths of hell she would have come up with if I kept her around long enough to deal with menopause. I also didnt see any wome there say women need to be aware of their actions and behave better….. which is typical. These days, can’t really see the point in menopausal women. Might as well let them wander in the wilderness.


  52. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Stephanie at 6:24pm,
    It is all about cashing out. He has realized peak earnings and, if they have been together ten years, the retirement is split. They could be getting along fine. This is purely economic. Now, do you see why men can see divorce in such a bitter light? The wife in question must have been planning this for years.

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  53. earl says:

    ‘According to her, a woman’s brain is rewired by the hormone driven changes and these changes cause the woman to notice injustice and inequality and speak about these issues affecting the relationship of marriage.’

    Give me a break. Women will find anything to justify destroying a marriage. They use their hormones as an excuse way too much. If that is the case (and someone else pointed this out)…that’s just as much justification they shouldn’t be put in charge (other than the only lawful authority they have from God which is their children).

    If they want to play that hormone game then fine…everything bad I do is because of my testosterone. I should be absolved of all blame because I couldn’t make decisions because of some hormonal fog. It’s a cop out.

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  54. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    About menopause, PMS, and all the rest, I am tired of hearing about it. Women are looking for excuses for bad behavior and hormonal changes that have been going on since the dawn of time do not answer for it.

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  55. earl says:

    Heck even Eve didn’t blame her hormones for eating the forbidden fruit. The stuff that makes you a woman isn’t an excuse to do evil.

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  56. Farm Boy says:

    The gunman, who reportedly yelled “Allahu Akbar” during the attack, ran up behind two female police officers and attacked them with a knife before stealing one of their handguns and shooting them both to death. The attacker also shot and killed a 22-year-old male bystander who was in the area.

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  57. mgtowhorseman says:

    I love Carmen. How he does this with a straight face.

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  58. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    So it has come to this. The police have become the armorers of the terrorists. One gut, just released from prison, armed with a knife, disarms two female police officers and kills them with their own weapons. There is so much WTF here that is hard to know where to begin.

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  59. RichardP says:

    All questions here are rhetorical.

    @fuzzie and earl: do either of you remember the grade-school playground? Did you or any of your school friends find girls icky then? Did the girls think the boys had cooties? In your comments above, you say you are tired of the argument that hormones make a difference in behavior. That is a cop-out.

    You don’t have to have a desire to study at the electron-microsope level how variations in brain chemistry translate to variations in behavior (others are doing that well enough). But you are being foolish if you insist that there is not a chemical basis for the difference in behavior of 3rd grade boys and girls and 10th grade boys and girls – in terms of their attraction for each other. And you are likewise being foolish in you insist that there is not a chemical basis for the difference in behavior of 27-year-old women and men and 60-year-old women and men – in terms of their distaste for each other.

    It sounds like neither of you read the comments after the articles.

    None of this is meant to imply that folks should not exert self control and act purposefully. However, it is nonsense to say that you can stop a migraine headache just by exerting the proper self-control. That reality applies to other biological occurances also. The trick of grown-up thinking is to learn what things you actually have control over and what things you will actually need help with managing or controlling. One cannot ever obtain that kind of wisom over their own life if they insist that they can control everything, or that others can control everything aout their life.

    Something about “for all have sinned” and “… the wisdom to know the difference” (the Serenity Prayer), and Stephanie may one day meet the guy that causes her to turn her back on everything that she now insists is “true” (a debate held hereabouts just recently), etc.

    No – we do not and cannot control everything in our life just because we say we can, or say that we should be able to. Think about it. The person who CAN control everything in their life doesn’t need God. And we know that there is nobody who doesn’t need God.

    So. Yeah. Chemicals in the brain (or lack of them) give rise to behavior that folks are sometimes unable to control (said the alpha lion who got turned into a beta nurturer with the correct dosage of oxytocin (true story).

    But accepting the truth of this sort of complicates the ongoing female-bashing that is the pastime of some folks, right.


  60. earl says:

    ‘do either of you remember the grade-school playground? Did you or any of your school friends find girls icky then? Did the girls think the boys had cooties? In your comments above, you say you are tired of the argument that hormones make a difference in behavior. That is a cop-out.’

    Are menopausal women the same as grade school girls?

    One would think as women get older they should be somewhat more responsible for the actions they make.

    But again if they want to play the hormone game to absolve them of their choices…then I’m not responsible for any of my actions when I was a boy or an old man. Especially if they were wrong or terrible. It was all a hormonal fog.


  61. earl says:

    Besides the part I highlighted about the article was the notion that after menopause the hormone changes women suddenly have in the brain makes them notice injustice and inequality in marriage. That’s when you know the article is BS.

    I’ve seen plenty of women in their fertile years before menopause spout off that nonsense. Is that hormonally driven too?


  62. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The menopausal woman that wants a divorce needs to be reminded that she took a vow. You can’t give them a pass for something they know was coming. We are all too permissive of women in this country.
    Take this for instance.

    She was asked to leave by a DMV employee. After all this, she was released on one hundred nail, which she probable forfeited.
    This is beyond outrageous. It is past time to stop giving women a pass. They asked for equality, with that, comes responsibility.


  63. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    While women are looking for any and every excuse to absolve them of responsibility, nem are just getting tired of it all. I remember hearing something like “a fit companion and a good helpmeet.” That would be an asset in my life. Does this even begin to describe modern women? Looking at from a distance, they seem like a huge liability.


  64. Farm Boy says:

    Every marriage has times where, due to just circumstances, things are going to be very hard.

    Yes, difficult times are not necessarily due to the spouse. But for some reason, another person to blame is the way to go


  65. Before puberty hit I had more guy friends than gals. Never thought boys were “icky” and still don’t. Never really understood what most girls were interested in or the mean girl games they would olay. When puberty hit things got weird bc suddenly there was this other later of “she’s got boobs!” And guys and myself could rarely be “just friends” anymore wo it turning weird one way or another. So I am kinda predicting after menopause I will be ok. Of course probably not the usual story.

    Any women blowing up her marriage in menopause is a total idiot. I personally know many who did so only to end up broke, alone, and majorly regretting it. It may be fun the first year or two but 30 more years of alone? Uncertainty? Instability? No fun. They only realize this too late, usually. Then they struggle in the wilderness like Eve after the fall. I wrote a post about one of these gals, I will find the link…

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  66. Compare these two stories: which woman is wiser? Happier? Better off?

    What happens to gal in story #1 if she faces a health issue like gal in story #2? Not only does she not have decent health insurance, but who will be there for her? These are the things women don’t think thru…

    Or there’s a lady in my town, likely 80, I see in the supermarket from time to time. Next to nothing in her cart. Deliberates painfully over stuff, like should she put back the peanut butter or the cans of tuna? I don’t think most people would notice that, she’s well dressed and is doing her best to not show it. But I observe people closely, even total strangers, always have been tuned in that way. I suspect she’s a widow vs divorced but have no idea. My heart broke for her first tome I saw that. I can only imagine how scary that must feel. 😦

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  67. @ Fuzzie doesn’t surprise me the Sun story was spin. All will come out in time. I still sincerely hope no harm comes to him, or to anyone else. It’s so loaded it would not take much to light that powder keg up in ways that may not be… non contemptuous.

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  68. Europe is a powder keg imho. At some point the cultures will clash. The tipping point itself may be relatively minor, but the aftermath will not be. Just looking back in history shows this time and again, when new people come into another’s area, especially when of very different world views, one group or the other will prevail (in group or out group depending on who wins the power struggle) vs the two becoming one.

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  69. Add to that violating men’s daughters vis sex trafficking or rape and well, won’t be long till those dads band together and push back w an unrelenting vengeance. It’s the natural order of things. Inevitable. Organized or systemic rape and sexual abuse of young women cannot be part of a stable society. Just can’t.

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  70. My oldest’s dad has said from day one anyone touches his daughter in violation and he’d think nothing of most brutally and fatally exacting revenge then gladly sit in jail for the rest of his life after. And I don’t doubt it for one minute he would wo thinking twice. :/ lots of guys (not just dads but brothers, uncles, etc.) think this. Despite all the rape culture hysteria, Western culture is pretty much universally for women being safe from and free of such threats. It’s abhorrent.

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  71. It’s abhorrent meaning rape is seen as abhorrent by pretty much everyone except psychos.

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  72. You guys all go to bed too early! Lol! Always talking to myself…

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  73. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It is almost time for Glorious Patriarch to look in and he is five hours ahead of us.

    I think you may be right about the “nonreaction” in England. They can’t put it off indefinitely and the more they put it off, the worse it will be.

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  74. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    Your last paragraph is my stbx to a T. For years i’ve told her that i was worried that if something happened to me, that her and the kids would be homeless within a year.

    Now i get to see it happen while i am still around.

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  75. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think that men have to come to terms that, while women are supported by all, men are betrayed by all. The hard one to accept is one who took a rib from us to make Eve.


  76. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    this is nothing new, and one of the big concerns about flying armed since 9/11. too many LEOs don’t take it seriously enough, and are pretty casual about it.

    It’s really easy to pick out who is carrying in an airport. so much so, that i had told my then 17y/o what to look for, and he was picking them out no problem. and the FAMs are the easiest to pick out of them all.

    Besides me, I’ve only seen a few others do any sort of counter-surveillance once they get in the secure area. it is downright scary just how vulnerable we really are.

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  77. earl says:

    ‘But accepting the truth of this sort of complicates the ongoing female-bashing that is the pastime of some folks, right.’

    I missed this little sentence here too. Very white knightish.

    I’m not female bashing, I’m bashing all these weak justifications for bad female behavior. Especially frivorce.

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  78. Stephanie says:

    “Any women blowing up her marriage in menopause is a total idiot. I personally know many who did so only to end up broke, alone, and majorly regretting it.”

    Yea that just doesn’t make sense to me at all!!!

    All this thinking about making it through the rough patches finally led to writing a post 🙂

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  79. Stephanie says:

    I sincerely tried to include specific examples of how to counter the emotions and false feelings that crop up during a rough patch that (I think) may lead women to divorce.

    Hopefully it helps women out there… at the very least to see that rough patches are totally normal. That their emotions can feel SO real but be SO entirely false at the same time.


  80. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    it makes me wonder if women understand what loyalty really is.

    i have a hard time believing that they have a good understanding of just what they are throwing away.

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  81. Farm Boy says:

    According to her, a woman’s brain is rewired by the hormone driven changes and these changes cause the woman to notice injustice and inequality and speak about these issues affecting the relationship of marriage.’

    “Hamster of the Year” Award right there

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  82. Stephanie says:

    I think you’re right FML! I *don’t* believe women understand what loyalty is supposed to mean, as horrible as taht sounds toward women. It’s not something girls are taught growing up will be necessary in life or important at all in marriage. My mom was different in that she actually taught me all this stuff early on (from 11 or 12!!!), but she was very rare I found out when talking with friends.

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  83. Also re loyalty women are told from an early age it’s MEN who aren’t loyal! I think this projection then later becomes part of the decision making/hamster that goes something like, “I have to do this to take care of myself, if I am not loyal to me nobody will be” or some such. I’d bet most women cannot even fathom the depth loyalty actually goes for men.

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  84. earl says:

    Bingo FB. That was the sentence I picked out of the article. Did you see that one Richard?


  85. earl says:

    Men don’t take kindly to betrayal. I’m sure women don’t either when it happens to them.

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  86. Farm Boy says:

    In an unprecedented response, the Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) actually agreed to investigate, and while Pekgoz views this as a success, he believes there is more work to be done at other colleges to help ensure equality of opportunity

    To that end, Pekgoz has published a guide for others interested in challenging such policies, noting that while affirmative action for women is understandable from a historical perspective, it has become unnecessary because women are “no longer the underrepresented sex in colleges.”

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  87. Yoda says:

    According to her, a woman’s brain is rewired by the hormone driven changes and these changes cause the woman to notice injustice and inequality and speak about these issues affecting the relationship of marriage.’

    Almost like a super-power this is
    Hormone-Woman she would be

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  88. Stephanie says:

    “Something about “for all have sinned” and “… the wisdom to know the difference” (the Serenity Prayer), and Stephanie may one day meet the guy that causes her to turn her back on everything that she now insists is “true” (a debate held hereabouts just recently), etc.”

    Richard!! You’re still claiming that I’m going to cheat someday lol because I haven’t met that perfect guy yet to know whether or not I’ve already made that decision in my heart to *not* cheat when there is attraction or tempting circumstances?

    !! I thought that I already talked about all of that at Bloom’s in depth. Telling you times where I’ve had the chance to cheat because it was obvious that the man was highly interested, and my husband was even emotionally unavailable (in the academy of all things) at that time – and yet you still think I’m going to someday cheat.

    Ok… lol

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  89. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    men have had the answer for years.

    we just haven’t been smart enough to heed the advice.

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  90. Yoda says:

    Starbucks Chairman Howard Schultz suggested to CNN Tuesday that his company wouldn’t be suffering through a full re-education process on diversity if Donald Trump weren’t president.

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  91. earl says:

    You know what is the heart of all this inequality and injustice women have basing it off biology?
    It’s envy.

    Quit thinking that being a woman is an injustice. God created you.

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  92. Yoda says:

    The Disney Princess line of merchandise is one of the amazing business successes of the 21st century. Since the early 2000s, Disney has made billions by catering to girls’ love of their princesses, from Snow White to Pocahontas.

    However, realizing that princesses might not be the best way to reach boys, Disney acquired Marvel Comics (2009) and, later, Star Wars (2012). Now, they have all their bases covered.

    Given all the money Disney spent to acquire these male consumers, it’s weird to see how intently executives want to alienate them.

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  93. Yoda says:

    In response to dwindling fondness for Star Wars from male fans — the customers who’ve spent billions — director J.J. Abrams took to the Internet to call them sexists! Demonizing sci-fi nerd beta males may play great on Twitter, but it won’t win them back. (Maybe he should have called them “deplorable” instead.)

    This has come to a head with “Solo,” a prequel about fan-favorite bad boy Han Solo billed as “the hero all feminist men have been waiting for.” The marketing leading up to the film showed that pandering to left-wing media was more important to Lucasfilm than winning back fans – and even promised a preachy SJW droid to lecture us!

    How does any of this fit for a character who’s a male-empowerment fantasy? How are these ideas getting green-lit?


  94. Re Starbucks,yes bc it was Trump who told the two guys using the place as a free office space that they needed to buy something. Not!

    Personal responsibility, take it. Trump is far to busy to ruin everything for everyone. Plus he didn’t create the zeitgeist, he just tapped into it. He saw how many people were sick of all the sensitivity and PC nonsense. Starbucks apparently still doesn’t…

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  95. earl says:

    ‘we just haven’t been smart enough to heed the advice. ‘

    ‘The only winning move is not to play.’

    Actually that’s just the ‘not wanting to engage’ mentality…because no matter what, you’re in the game of life. You’re either winning it or losing it (of note this doesn’t necessarily mean intellectual, fame, material or financial success).

    It’s better to have good discernment on which game you choose to commit playing to.


  96. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    yeah, but as far as marriage, not playing is the only way to go for now. hopefully at some point society will get a grip on reality, and understand that it is destroying itself by demonizing and men so much. with the way divorce laws are written and implemented by the courts, there is no incentive for women to want to stay in a marriage and try to fix things.

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  97. SFC Ton says:

    Bio-chemistry effects our thinking. No way to rationally debate that but we are either moral agents and responsible for our actions or we are not.

    Women are either capable of checking their own shit or they are not fit to vote, drive, own property etc etc.

    I am fair certain women didn’t go off the rails like that back when men still used their pimp hand.

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  98. Yoda says:

    A lesbian mother who subjected her bride to a vicious beating has walked free after telling a court she has a medical condition which leaves sufferers with high levels of “male hormones.”

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  99. earl says:


    Sure she does. The hormones made her do it.

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  100. earl says:

    Lesbians have the highest rates of domestic violence because you have two victims blaming each other or something else when they go on the rampage.


  101. earl says:

    ‘At Manchester magistrates court, Budgen wept as she admitted assault but walked free after she blamed her behaviour on domestic abuse she had witnessed as a child.

    She said she also suffers with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome which affects the way her ovaries work.’

    Neither of which justify going fisticups because her ‘bride’ wanted to leave the party.

    Let’s face it…that could be precident for a man to make the same excuses in court. Even a Buzzfeed employee should have more male hormones than a lesbian.

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  102. mgtowhorseman says:

    You are Responsible OR Someone has to be responsible For You.

    There is no alternative for consequences good or bad.

    Ton is right.

    Either Deal With Your Own Shit or Obey The Pimp Hand!!


    (The default is deal with your own because men are done fixing things for ungrateful bitches. Instead we sit in lawnchairs with popcorn laughing and pointing.)

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  103. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    So the lesbian is blaming her toxic masculinity, for assaulting her wife.

    And a court in the UK bought it!

    You guys are soooo fucked, it isnt funny.

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  104. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    This is cat porn.

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  105. SFC Ton says:

    The dirty not so secert secert about women is they prefer the pimp hand.


  106. SFC Ton says:

    Though this might be my favorite bird video


  107. earl says:

    ‘The default is deal with your own because men are done fixing things for ungrateful bitches. Instead we sit in lawnchairs with popcorn laughing and pointing.’

    Men are done with the hormonal or drug or my ovaries don’t work right or their boogie man the Patriarchy as excuses for abhorrent behavior. All these things do is magnify what’s in the heart.

    Just recently Roseanne blamed the Ambien for her little rant. Sure, Roseanne.

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  108. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It is hard to believe that at a UK judge bought into that. He would not have if a man offered the same excuse. I wonder if it is possible to name and shame judges who pass down sentences like this? Pictures would be nice too.

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  109. earl says:

    ‘ELLIS: What Ireland’s Abortion Vote Taught Us About Democracy’

    ‘Just because a majority will of the people determined abortion on demand should be legal last week does not change the objective truth that recreational killing of unborn children is inherently wrong and immoral. We cannot legitimize evil through a legal mechanism any more than we can legislate ourselves out of the Earth’s elliptical orbit. Humans simply do not have that control. Regardless of how many tyrants a given society has, no human, singular or collective, is unlimited in power. Reality shows us that self-evident truth.’

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  110. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I had heard that women were flying home to Ireland to vote on this. So, Ireland isn’t Catholic anymore. When abortion is coupled with child support, child bearing devolves into a vehicle for extracting money from men to women. That the woman has a child to raise is an afterthought.

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  111. earl says:

    Perhaps a lot of women aren’t Catholic anymore. If their god is themselves…they rationalize stuff like this. That’s what happens when there’s no Patriarchy or you have this princess-goddess-feminist mentality.


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