Feminist High

Do Feminists like to bitch?  Why yes, they do.  Here might some of the reason why.

From here,

I am reading an excellent analysis of PC behavior by Loretta Graziano Breuning, PhD, entitled How I Escaped Political Correctness And You Can Too. She says that biology drives PC behavior

Biology drives lots of stuff.  Even if lefties don’t believe it.  So who is anti-science?

I looked for answers that fit reality as I’d lived it. My search led to amazing research on the social behavior of animals. This showed me that political correctness is biological. The brain chemicals that make us feel good are inherited from earlier mammals. They reward us for behaviors that promote survival in the state of nature. Political correctness stimulates your reward chemicals in primal ways.

When one does not really need to be concerned with survival and one is bored, what is left?  Cheap dopamine hits.

I’m not saying we’re hard-wired. On the contrary, our neurons are not connected at birth. We connect them from life experience, and these connections make us who we are. Early experience wires you to expect rewards and pain in ways that happened before. Political correctness wires you to expect rewards and pain in specific ways. It’s hard to re-wire yourself after the neuroplasticity of youth, which is why people cling to political correctness even when they see its flaws.

I finally ripped off the PC goggles and looked at the world without them. You can say I haven’t escaped political correctness because it’s still there. But I have stopped filtering reality through the lens built by the gatekeepers of political correctness. I have learned to focus on the pleasure of my own choices instead of on solidarity with suffering. You can rip off the PC goggles and enjoy your own choices too. You’ll be glad you did!

Yes, there is a satisfaction in being correct.  Often the correct answer is depressing, but it is still correct.

So when people act in politically correct ways, as mammals, their brains are stimulated with “happy chemicals” such as oxytocin or dopamine: “mamamals seek safety in numbers because the brain rewards it with oxytocin” … “The joy of dopamine is released when you approach a reward”…”Political correctness promises new rewards, and shames you for seeking rewards in other ways.”

I was always gratified when I figured something out.  Perhaps that is where I got my dopamine hits.  They probably came slower that the finding something to rage at scheme. Moreover they take much more work to attain, but the results are earned and the output is a better model of reality.  Gratifying indeed.

However these days, encouraging the one, two, three, four or five minute hate is the sanctioned way.  It all seems rather pathetic.

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148 comments on “Feminist High
  1. RichardP says:

    “The joy of dopamine is released when you approach a reward”

    I know we can’t get into details in such a place as this, short on time and space. But that sentence structure occurs often, and causes no end of grief. It’s like using a word to define itself.

    What constitutes a “reward”, such that when you approach it, dopamine is released?” A closer look, and much more writing in research papers and books, will suggest that we perceive something as a reward because dopamine or oxytocin or some other “feel good” chemical is released as we approach it. That was kind of the point of A Clockwork Orange. Operant Conditioning

    Perhaps that is what she meant by what she said. But folks not comfortable with the sciences probably wouldn’t get that.


  2. Farm Boy says:

    What constitutes a “reward”

    From a behaviorism perspective, the issue is whether or not the “reward” makes it more likely that the behavior is repeated in the future


  3. earl says:

    ‘I looked for answers that fit reality as I’d lived it. ‘

    Things delusional women say.


  4. Farm Boy says:

    On Thursday, a Chicago judge ruled in favor of a collection of media outlets who requested court documents and investigation records related to “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett’s alleged fake hate crime, unsealing Smollett’s case file and granting reporters access to the full trove.



  5. Jack says:

    Dopamine = Reward

    Oversimplified cause-effect relationships like this are why discipline and controlled operant conditioning are necessary. Otherwise, everyone would be chasing dopamine hits and ruining their lives in the process.

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  6. Cheque d'Out says:

    Lectern outside No. Ten…
    They’re just moving the sofa from behind the front door and she’ll be pushed out using a broom


  7. Cheque d'Out says:

    She’s out and she’s talking

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  8. Cheque d'Out says:

    Friday 7th June…

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  9. Cheque d'Out says:

    Voice broke at the end. Just fuck off and we’ll say no more about it. Until DECLAS


  10. Cheque d'Out says:

    All political careers end in failure……hers began as a failure and got worse

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  11. Cheque d'Out says:


  12. Cheque d'Out says:

    A woman resigns blaming everybody but herself and ends in tears. A male equivalent would never have got the job in the first place

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  13. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh yes, bigly; choose wisely, you wankers

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  14. Cheque d'Out says:

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  15. Cheque d'Out says:

    P45 is the document you get when you’re given the sack…
    This did happen at a tory conference, it isn’t faked (except maybe that she took it, not sure if I remember that bit)


  16. Cheque d'Out says:

    Fake but funny

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  17. Cheque d'Out says:

    Various rumours out there, in both directions


  18. Farm Boy says:

    At least she didn’t do a “Victoria Bateman”

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  19. Farm Boy says:

    Did they mention where she will be exiled?

    [Desire her on Degoba I do not]

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  20. Cheque d'Out says:

    From a UK political comedy show from a few years back


  21. Cheque d'Out says:

    Don’t really care where they bury the political corpse. Perhaps they should raffle it off as a gesture to the cost she’s burdened the country with

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  22. Cheque d'Out says:


  23. “And there was much rejoicing.”

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  24. Cheque d'Out says:


  25. Cheque d'Out says:


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  26. RichardP says:

    @FB said: From a behaviorism perspective, the issue is whether or not the “reward” makes it more likely that the behavior is repeated in the future.

    So this then: When you approach something that causes the joy of dopamine to be released, you view that something as a reward.

    Fake but funny from upthread.

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  27. Cheque d'Out says:

    Names that you might remember


  28. Cheque d'Out says:

    Peter Lloyd Milo vs Kate Smurthwaite


  29. Cheque d'Out says:

    Peter Lloyd : “Sticks and stone my break my bones, but there will always be something to offend a feminist.”

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  30. Cheque d'Out says:

    If you have any milk that you need curdling, just play this voice at it. Another nasty bigot of a laba MP


  31. Liz says:

    American Horror Story:

    Taken into state custody, the children had a hard time dealing with being in foster care, with the young son even threatening to kill himself.

    Eventually, after several more cases of atrocious behavior by local government, Jessica was reunited with their children. Later, Mr. Lowther would be able to see his family, but not after a considerable amount of time, money and hassle.

    In the end, the Deputy District Attorney Leila Hood of the Albuquerque Special Victims Unit declined to prosecute the Lowthers, as she felt that law enforcement and protective services were simply presuming the allegations were true and mishandled the situation. Furthermore, DuBuois, who had known the daughter for only a few days, had made numerous claims- some that were later proven to be untrue.

    “They made no effort to verify anything that the teacher had said,” Lowther remarked.

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  32. Cheque d'Out says:


  33. “What social media shows isn’t that men hate women; it’s that women hate everyone.”



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  34. Well, Naomi, it’s seems that the premise of your book isn’t just flawed, it’s complete shite. Guess you’ll be sending out the refunds and pulling it off the shelves starting today, huh?

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  35. Ame says:

    Liz – that’s despicable.

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  36. Ame says:

    Liz – i remember y’all were trying a new *thing* for Mike’s ears/hearing. did it work?

    just found out my brother got an ear infection last year that resulted in loosing his hearing in one ear and having a constant buzz sound similar to an ocean in his other.

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  37. Liz says:

    Oh no! Sorry to hear about your brother’s ear problems, Ame. 😦
    It usually doesn’t bother him too much (he is able to ignore it), but for some reason the headphones he was using flying made it a lot worse.
    Mike got different headphones and it has helped a lot.
    The name is Clarity Aloft.

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  38. RichardP says:

    @C’dOut – I am grateful for the ringside seat you have given us for the political goings-on in your country. Thank you.

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  39. Cheque d'Out says:

    Assuming that’s not tongue in cheek, you’re welcome…

    And now the Tory leadership contest.


  40. RichardP says:

    That was not tongue in cheek. I could not have come up with the coverage on my own that you have either provided yourself, or others have posted here.

    Now – for those who need some mellow before the announcement of the results on Sunday:

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  41. Cheque d'Out says:

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  42. Cheque d'Out says:

    For the record, it would have been okay if it were tongue in cheek. It isn’t compulsory to enjoy our shit show

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  43. RichardP says:

    My dad’s father was raised in Cornwall. Dad’s mother raised in Belfast (was Protestant). Birth mother’s last name was Duffy – found in Ireland and Scotland. Shirttail relatives still in England. So I have more than a passing interest.

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  44. RichardP says:

    For the record, it would have been okay if it were tongue in cheek.

    Yeah. I know that. That is part of what makes this place different from all the rest.

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  45. Cheque d'Out says:

    That’s the nicest thing that I’ve read today. Cheers

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  46. RichardP says:

    Cheers to you. And I hope your team wins.

    (Or, actually – I hope your team has already won – since the voting is over.)

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  47. Cheque d'Out says:

    Raises eyebrows and popcorn container

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  48. Cheque d'Out says:

    Well…I voted for Nigel’s gang (Anne Widdecombe topped their list in my region. A staunch Thatcher era conservative Conservative) to inflict maximum damage.

    I hope that Gerard Batten, ukip leader, doesn’t quit. We may need ukip if Nigel can’t make his party into a proper party for national elections. Nigel’s gang have very mixed backgrounds. From true conservatives to ex-revolutionary communists. Could be interesting.

    As should what the Tories choose to do next. I doubt that they have the sense to do what’s necessary to save the party. Not that I care about them per se, but Nigel going from zero to forming a government at the next GE would be an unparalleled achievement. So they’re at minimum probably going to have to work together.

    Then there are rumours that Jezza the laba leader is off soon (cancer?), so what happens there?

    Tricky times.

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  49. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh and then there’s the repercussions of The Donald’s declas. May and BloJo Boris are likely involved to varying degrees.


  50. SFC Ton says:

    Often the correct answer is depressing, but it is still correct.
    Reality is neither joyful or depressing. It is neither good or bad. Like a hammer or any other tool. It just is

    How we perceive reality is what makes us depressed or joyful or any of that.

    I could have done the wailing and gnashing of teeth when my brother passed. A reaction that does no one any good. Or I could choose to recognize it was an occasion to mourn, be greatful for the time I had him in my life and set about doing the best I can for his widow and chidlern,

    Wailing and gnashing of teeth, depression etc is for bitches and kids. Men have more useful things to do with their time

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  51. Farm Boy says:

    “AOC tweeted at a male reporter and strongly implied sexism was his motive for the piece,” he explained. “In fact it wasn’t his piece. In fact, the piece was written by two women.”


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  52. Farm Boy says:

    U.S.—The NBA announced Friday that for the upcoming basketball season, the league will be assigning an “adversity score” to overweight white dudes to help more of them get signed with professional basketball teams.


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  53. Cheque d'Out says:

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  54. Cheque d'Out says:

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  55. Farm Boy says:

    Theresa May has quit as prime minister of the UK. That’s the good news. The bad news is that she’s not leaving until June 5th which is plenty of time for this incompetent narcissistic old bag to fuck up even further, hard as it is to believe that there is anything left to screw up. She had a good cry on the steps on 10 Downing street. Of course she was not crying for her country or the mess that she has made of it. She was not crying about all of the broken promises that she had made to the electorate. She was not crying because she has left the country weaker than when she took the job. Nor was she crying over her utter failure to deliver Brexit in a timely and reasonable manner to the British people.

    No, she was crying for herself. It is all about her. The tears flow because she didn’t get what she wanted which was to remain in the top job at any expense. She was crying because she felt sorry for herself.


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  56. Farm Boy says:

    She called a snap election in 2017 to gain a bigger mandate for Brexit, but ran a campaign that was all about her. She confused Brexit’s popularity for her own, inflicting her robotic slogans and negative charisma on an unsuspecting public


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  57. Adam says:

    That Naomi Wolf screw up is gold, Jerry; gold. I might have to pen a piece on that one.

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  58. Farm Boy says:

    Of course she bashed the abominable “white men,” whose work this is “primarily,” but she also made room to sprinkle some hatred on the ladies. Hathaway wrote, “HOWEVER a white woman sponsored the bill and a white woman sponsored it into law.”



  59. earl says:

    ‘Dopamine = Reward’

    This is what the modern world only seems to know anymore. What they don’t know is…

    Mortification = A Much Better Reward

    Only problem is Mortification doesn’t feel good like Dopamine does.


  60. Ame says:

    no one’s mortified anymore, Earl. they should be. their friends and family should allow them to be mortified when their stupidity calls for it. but it’s been covered up for so long and justified for so long that it’s hardly a thing anymore.


  61. Cheque d'Out says:

    The interviewer of the right honourable Mr Peter Bone MP is the leftist tit who had Robert Downey Jr walk out of an interview calling him a bottom feeder.

    But Peter Bone is right about the required qualifications


  62. Cheque d'Out says:

    Nigel Farage sets up the Brexit Party and within 6 weeks Theresa May resigns

    Nigel Farage debates Vince Cable on the Daily Telegraph and within 1 week Vince resigns

    Hmm makes you think

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  63. Cheque d'Out says:

    Fair, I think


  64. Cheque d'Out says:


  65. Cheque d'Out says:

    The UK’s second newest party, Change UK (CUK) / The Independent Group (Tiggs), failed SPECTACULARLY

    [Change their name to the Democratic Independent Center (DIC) party they should]


  66. Cheque d'Out says:

    ‘That Naomi Wolf screw up is gold, Jerry; gold. I might have to pen a piece on that one.’

    I just had to share that one. What a catastrophe. And live on air, too.

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  67. Cheque d'Out says:

    The music festivals beckon

    [Seems happy to be free she does]


  68. Cheque d'Out says:

    With our Quisling regime, they could be out before us

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  69. Cheque d'Out says:


  70. Cheque d'Out says:

    ‘Spice Girls kick off reunion tour in Dublin but fans complain of ‘horrific’ sound problems’.
    Some jokes just don’t need a punchline

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  71. Cheque d'Out says:

    Part of a letter from a remainer friend

    Most Remainers are unprincipled and materialistic. As a remainer I try to be principled so I hope that there is no confirmatory referendum and certainly no revocation of article 50 by this parliament.

    This is not really about the EU. It is not about trade deals at all. To a brexiteer it is not about money. It is about identity. No brexiteer (and obviously no remainer) wants a WA that is worse than being in the EU. There is no compromise to be had. Remainers may be said to be more materialistic, but even so their stance is more emotional than anything else.

    I am a remainer because I am from London, my family is racially very diverse, I get paid several times the average wage, but most importantly because I aspire to being a member of the liberal elite.

    We have taken no interest in the thoughts wishes and feelings of people from the North East. We have assumed that they are all like people from the Jeremy Kyle show. We deserved the referendum vote and we deserve its consequences.

    My boldy.
    The North east is one of the old labour heartlands (mining, steel, shipbuilding, fishing) which voted LEAVE contrary to the metroluvvie writing the letter.
    Jeremy Kyle had a show exploiting trash people; ‘not the daddy’, ‘why is she such a ho’, ‘why is he so angry’ etc etc
    Recently had a guy commit suicide as a consequence of the show…it’s been cancelled. Very sad etc. Shame and oh noes

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  72. Cheque d'Out says:

    Lefty journo documents days spent shadowing Nigel’s campaigning

    Goodall is a Sky political commentator, formerly a NN presenter and a Labour activist before that. One would say a typical msm lackey, a running dog.

    He followed Farage at rallies over a 40 day period and he looks totally stunned throughout the whole piece.

    Probably his first taste of real people and their anger that he has experienced in his entire life. Utterly shell shocked at the end he is babbling to himself like some senile care home inmate.

    Whatever happens now Farage has won he mumbles, stunned by this revelation, he looks like a man emerging from a catastrophic earthquake, it’s fucking priceless. The bubble meets the real world.

    Achieved red-pill awokeness via the suppository method.

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  73. Farm Boy says:

    I am a remainer because I am from London, my family is racially very diverse, I get paid several times the average wage, but most importantly because I aspire to being a member of the liberal elite.

    I can hardly think of a shittier reason

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  74. Farm Boy says:

    Author of the article, Melissa Locker goes on to say, “It’s an infuriating addition to the challenges that women already face in the workplace, adding to their emotional labor by making sure their male bosses feel comfortable interacting with them alone and at those all-important work socialization events.”



  75. Liz says:

    Per the writeup, we’re all influenced by incentives (“reward”) and disincentives.
    We all get our “dopamine fixes” in one way or another.

    That said, I’m not so sure I buy the “feminism high” thing. They’re largely a very angry unhappy group.

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  76. Liz says:

    Sarah Hoyt wrote a piece a while back that kind of sums up what I think the “incentive” for feminist group-think is:

    ”You see, just like testosterone boosts your self confidence and your ability to feel good about yourself, female hormones boost your ability to bond, your desire for group cohesion, and your not-perfectly-rational wish to belong.
    So you get a group of women, and it’s easy to get them all to march out for no particular reason and with no end in sight.
    You’re invited by friends, because “we’re all doing it.” And you go, because your children or your mom or stuff. Because your friend told you “we have to do it so the children don’t have to” or because “isn’t your mom homeless.”
    And unless you’re rock bottom stupid you know it doesn’t make a wit of sense.
    But your friend is so sure.
    And if you ask questions or point out it makes no sense, they’re not going to talk to you again. There’s going to be a rift, and who are your kids going to play with?
    Women are evolutionarily designed to avoid conflict and reinforce the group. This means they can be very good for creating happy extended families, and very bad for creating crab buckets at work or in political situations. And they’re really good at mass movements of astounding and jaw-dropping incoherence.

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  77. Cheque d'Out says:

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  78. Cheque d'Out says:

    Compare and contrast whatever the fuck that is…with the character from Monsters Inc (I think)

    j/k that’s Oily Throbbings the mysteriously still employed senior advisor to the Maybot.

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  79. Cheque d'Out says:


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  80. Farm Boy says:

    Donald Trump Jr. hit back at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for saying she was “praying” for his father.

    “I don’t think the party of infanticide is exactly praying for anyone,” Trump Jr. told “Fox and Friends” on Thursday.


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  81. Cheque d'Out says:

    [Add this I will]

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  82. Farm Boy says:

    There was a time when a British PM stood up to a German Chancellor

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  83. Farm Boy says:

    In addition to assigning an objective SAT score based on the students’ performance on the test, the College Board will give an additional, secret rating—disclosed to colleges during the application process but not to the students themselves. The rating takes into account the crime rate, poverty levels, and other factors deemed to represent the degree of privilege or “adversity” in the students’ respective communities, although the College Board declines to reveal what data it uses and how it weighs the factors. According to news reports, “Other elements of the adversity index include housing values, family median income, whether a student is a child of a single parent, or speaks English as a second language.”

    However the data is derived or weighed, lumping people together based on their zip code resembles nothing so much as the now-banned practice of banks and other financial institutions which rejected loan applicants based solely on where they lived. It was called “redlining,” and civil rights advocates condemned it as discrimination.


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  84. Farm Boy says:

    The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is investigating two airports — San Antonio International and Buffalo Niagara International — over religious discrimination complaints, following the exclusion of Chick-fil-a from the premises, Fox News confirmed on Friday.


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  85. Cheque d'Out says:

    Sex phone line (old school)

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  86. Farm Boy says:

    Social trends in Western societies over the last 40+ years have decreased marriage rates, and promoted hook-up culture. [3] These trends are detailed here.

    Modern women are sexually liberated by feminism, and the church is not that much different. Theoretically, this means that 80% of the women are chasing and bedding the top 20% of men. As a result, the top 20% of men don’t want to limit their opportunities by getting married, and the bottom 80% of men have no chance to marry. [1]

    More women have an advanced education and economic independence. Improvements in the relative wage have facilitated women’s independence by reducing the monetary incentive for marriage, and can account for 20% of the decline in marriage between 1980 and 2010. [2]

    Rigged feminist-inspired laws have caused a disincentivizing of marriage for men and an incentivizing of divorce for women. [2,3]

    Easy peasy no-fault divorce laws indoctrinate people to take their marital commitment lightly. [2]

    The widespread sexualization of the mass media normalizes a casual view of sex.

    Widely available hardcore porn reduces both men’s and women’s motivation to marry. [2]



  87. Cheque d'Out says:

    Next PM, I hope (but doubt that the tories have the survival instinct)

    Steve Baker of the ERG (Moggster’s gang), one of the few even of those, that never voted for May’s deal (others did thinking that it was the least worst possible option – Steve stood on principle)

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  88. Cheque d'Out says:

    Brillo heard of THAT book


  89. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh noes! This could get embarrassing

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  90. Cheque d'Out says:

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  91. SFC Ton says:

    Achieved red-pill awokeness via the suppository method.
    No doubt his preferred method

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  92. Cheque d'Out says:

    How awkward for wimminz is the fact that he’s able to do it?

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  93. Farm Boy says:

    The average height of U.S. males is 5-foot-9. At 5-foot-11, a man is in the top 25%, at 6 feet, he’s in the top 10%. The man who is 6-foot-3 is taller than 99% of men in the United States.

    Thus, the woman begins by eliminating 99% of all males from her search


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  94. SFC Ton says:

    Thus, the woman begins by eliminating 99% of all males from her search

    I’m certian she is doimg the 99% of us a favor

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  95. Farm Boy says:

    Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission, and hate-figure in Britain, declared to CNN this week: “These populist, nationalists, stupid nationalists, they are in love with their own countries. They don’t like those coming from far away, I like those coming from far away … we have to act in solidarity with those who are in a worse situation than we are in.” He somehow avoided calling them all deplorables.

    But he’s right of course. People do tend to be in love with their own countries, just as they love the borders that allow their countries to exist. Those who turned the E.U. into a kind of megastate incapable of summoning real patriotism never quite grasped this, and still don’t.


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  96. Farm Boy says:

    The yearbook’s World Language Department faculty section features photos of seven teachers, six of whom are wearing sombreros, ponchos, and fake mustaches. Millie Laurs, a French teacher, can be seen wearing long black gloves, pearls, sunglasses, and a beret.

    On Tuesday, the school released a statement condemning the “culturally insensitive” photos



  97. Cheque d'Out says:

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  98. Ame says:

    Cheque d’Out

    How have I only just seen this?! Have just spent 15 mins watching this over and over.

    God knows what’s actually going on here, but the more I watch it, the more it makes me laugh! 😂🤣


    — Michelle Dewberry (@MichelleDewbs) May 25, 2019

    Spawny – that really was funnee! lol! you win the Prize for making me laugh today! 🙂

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  99. Ame says:

    just saw this on facebook … LOL!!!

    “Customer called pissed off they missed their exp date. After them being a b**** I said, ‘bless your heart.’ No sh** this woman was like, ‘Did you just tell me to F*** off in Texan?'”

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  100. BuenaVista says:

    Choo-Choo on Justified. He proves to be as tough as he says he is, incidentally.

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  101. BuenaVista says:

    I’m always fascinated by the presumption of women like SpockLilly. She’s, maybe, a 4 or 5 in the face (even with the emerging double chin). She’s also Exhibit A as to why you don’t online-date women who don’t post full-body pics.

    But I do believe that she is completely sincere in her belief that she can order up a Top Man to work for her, and her illegitimate, casually-constructed brood.

    The virtue of these social media reveals is that for someone like me, I’m probably more intelligent about women I encounter IRL, where they are less obvious.

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  102. BuenaVista says:

    Thought this was a nifty idea and bought the set. Ruger LCP and bespoke DeSantis hip pocket holster. The unit prints and feels like a billfold in your hip pocket (disappears from notice when sitting). *One may fire without removing the pistol from the holster.*

    LCP racks easier than I thought it would, also.


  103. Farm Boy says:

    Apparently, the answer to fairly mild toxic masculinity is extremely violent, chaotic, and criminally toxic femininity. As journalist Tim Pool wrote on Twitter, Danvers’ actions make her the “villain.”

    Watch the full clip below:



  104. SFC Ton says:

    LCP racks easier than I thought it would, also.

    LOL Seems to me an inkneebrerated hillbilly told you that years ago

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  105. SFC Ton says:

    I know you guys dig this shit so here it goes…..

    Big ass Ton style throw down today. A little pre gaming for the real party on Monday. Any rate I invited the dudes who repair my cranes over. Was talking to the younger of the two, he’s maybe 30. He got out of high school, got a 2 year degree in something industrial electrician like, went to work on cranes when he was to young to buy beer.

    30’ish years old, does right under 100k a year with 10 hours a week over time, did over 100k last year with overtime ans bonus, good benefits package, wife at home, 2.2 kids, starter home, a truck, a car and dog.

    Some guys are still doing alright despite what the left wants

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  106. Farm Boy says:

    ‘This Is Exactly Like The Handmaid’s Tale,’ Declares Local Woman After Man Opens Door For Her


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  107. Cheque d'Out says:

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  108. Farm Boy says:

    Gratuitous images


  109. Farm Boy says:

    But sex doll collector, Brick Dollbanger, believes this technology will make them so realistic, we won’t be able to tell them apart from humans.



  110. Farm Boy says:

    Bernie Sanders at Rally: Trump Trying to Turn U.S. Into ‘Authoritarian Form of Government’
    — Mediaite (@Mediaite) May 25, 2019

    [Reflective Bernie is not]


  111. Farm Boy says:

    Mental-health issues affecting young adults and adolescents in the U.S. have increased significantly in the past decade, a study published in March in the Journal of Abnormal Psychology found. The number of individuals between the ages of 18 and 25 reporting symptoms of major depression increased 52% from 2005 to 2017, while older adults did not experience any increase in psychological stress at this time, and some age groups even saw decreases. Study author Jean Twenge says this may be attributed to the increased use of digital media, which has changed modes of interaction enough to impact social lives and communication. Millennials are also said to suffer from “eco-anxiety,” according to a 2018 report from the American Psychological Association, with 72% saying their emotional well-being is affected by the inevitability of climate change, compared with just 57% of people over the age of 45.


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  112. Farm Boy says:

    From the Magazine: She may not acknowledge it, but Nancy Pelosi is a fashion icon https://t.co/d7eJkXjboH

    — The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) May 21, 2019


  113. Liz says:

    BV”Choo-Choo on Justified. He proves to be as tough as he says he is, incidentally.”

    Our boys would say, if asked what they think of Choo choo:
    “Choo choo is a beast”
    (this is very high level praise at our house)


  114. Liz says:

    Yesterday the sun came out!

    We were able to spend the day outside, without jackets!
    We came home to the sound of the furnace NOT running.
    And we are planning a Thanksgiving celebration.

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  115. Ame says:

    there needed to be a warning on that michelle pic!

    alyssa is deranged.

    those women need to start marching and keep marching and marching and marching without snack breaks until they lose all that fat.

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  116. Ame says:


    i can’t live without the sun! cloudy, rainy (snowy) days for days on end really depress me.

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  117. Liz says:

    YAY indeed! I put out the hummingbird feeder and the birds are happily imbibing. Think I got the recipe right this time…and there’s a rooster next door that has been cock-a-doodle-dooing every couple of minutes. Poor thing is celebrating after being penned up for months.
    Neighbors invited us over for a cookout, hope you all have a great day!

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  118. RichardP says:

    Neighbors invited us over for a cookout …

    Roast chicken?

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