I have been mulling stuff over. I was thinking about why women of yesteryear were taught to be sugar and spice and everything nice. Was there a good reason for this, other than the whims of the Evil Patriarchy? Was there perhaps a reason that might have been learned though experience through the centuries (or millennia)?
If I would be a modern day Feminist/SJW type, the answer is clearly the whims of the Evil Patriarchy. For the modern day women have invented the one true morality, the morality that escaped all others through the ages. “Hey, Hey, Ho, Ho, the Evil Patriarchy has got to go”.
This one true morality provides insight into why the old “sugar and spice” morality existed. In actuality, the answer is rather simple; being self-evident upon just a modicum of inspection.
When left to their own devices (some might call this feral), women grow up hating other women (jealousy, hypergamic competition, etc.). along with becoming women that men don’t much like. For a type of person that is dependent on the goodwill of the group, and of individual men, this just isn’t a good look. But, Big Government to the rescue (for now).
Sugar and spice was an attempt to remedy both problems. High-fructose corn syrup and Carolina Reapers are just not an effective substitute.
Short story — women don’t like women, men don’t like women (a bit of an exaggeration, but how much?) In their feral state that is