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Like a Duck Call.. only it attracts White Knights

December 13, 2013

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Somewhere, a long time ago.. evolution must have done it’s dirty business of instilling in men an innate need to come running to a woman’s aid and protect her special reproductive system from harm when they heard the distinct sounds of high pitched crying and screaming emanating from a woman’s mouth during a time of duress.

Men too probably evolved that instinct in part because those that answered the call probably earned particular favor by rescuing the woman in duress and was thus rewarded for his risk taking and potential injury in coming to her aid by becoming his sexual partner/mate. He showed he could protect.

I guess that was a good way of working things out back in the days of the Flintstones.. but today, the landscape is a little different.

Women’s reproduction (and humanities survival) is in no ready danger from any cataclysm. And women’s fight for equality has lessened the desire of many men to risk anything for a strange woman (Costsa Concordia) and only provide immediate aid/assistance towards females who are immediate family/close friends/kin. Going back to the original tribe.. the family unit.

Yet there are some men who still believe that coming to the aid of screeching women will win them favor among women and open up access to sex. The White Knight makes it his life goal to come to the rescue of any damsel making that familiar high pitched shrieking. And most women innately know this and will try to gain advantage of it.

And it didn’t work out quite as expected in Hamilton recently.

I have to laugh.. this is thoroughly entertaining to watch.

What we see is a woman who broke the law and is in the process of being arrested.

Now, i’m no fan of the police most of the time, but one thing i do know is that they are duly authorized to place people under arrest and detain them. Whether right or wrong, once you are under arrest, that’s it. You don’t argue, you don’t object, you don’t resist. You call your lawyer and you make him go after the police if you feel the arrest is unwarranted. You want to extract a little payback.. you do it from within the system. But as i said, if you resist arrest, you pretty much ask to get everything that ends up happening

And in my opinion, these officers dealing with the woman are to be commended for the kid gloves they used to subdue her, and are earning the praise of all those who commented on the Youtube viral video and media articles like this one here.

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Attaining Respect in a Man’s World

December 9, 2013

Really quick post.

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Today’s Google Doodle is of the esteemed Grace Hopper.

My ego is not so fragile that i cannot point out when a woman does great things in the field of men and outperforms me. She had a gift and utilized it to it’s fullest potential. I cannot take offense at it any more than i could take offense at Mario Lemieux being able to score more goals than me in the NHL if in some alternate reality i could have made the NHL.

She earned the respect and admiration of her peers not by being a loud mouthed pushy bossy bitch, but by actually being adept in her field and performing at the same level or greater than her male colleagues.

I tried computer programming. It bored the be-jesus out of me. By all rights, Grace surpassed me and many other men by leaps and bounds in terms of knowledge and determination to apply it. She earns not only my respect, but admiration for doing things i cannot, and for working as hard as she did to make it into the Navy.

Just because one can do it, does not mean all are capable of the same.

What i take away from this story is that when women come along that truly want to play in a man’s world, and do so because they absolutely want to (not told to), because they have the skill and ability (not the handicap/affirmative action), and because they want to serve their fellow man/humanity (instead of their own short sighted, short term interest of showing up men), then those women will get the respect and accolades deserving of as any man would.

Grace was a rarity. I honor her achievement and females like her because they worked hard and had unique gifts they shared for the betterment of society like most men typically do. Feminists like to pretend that men do not give credit to women, and this is bullshit. We do give credit and praise when a woman competes on a man’s level and achieves based on merit. Work like a man, achieve like a man, earn respect like a man, you will be appreciated like a man.

No favoritism. No exemptions. No lowering of standards. No affirmative action. No quotas. No female privilege.

It’s just that it’s not very common that gifted women like Grace come around, and it’s disingenuous to pretend that every woman wants to/can be like her.

She was an outlier ( are you paying attention Sophia? :Pand harbored a gift in math. Most woman are not/do not. The statistics bear this out time and again. As the lovely Caroline argued in her post and her comment section HERE, women simply do not flock to these fields because more often than not, it simply DOES. NOT. APPEAL. TO. THEM.

Why?

Because they simply aren’t wired that way.

Women pushed into STEM fields abandon them quickly, not because of patriarchy.. but because it simply goes against their evolved nature. This isn’t a conspiracy, it’s reality. The delightful oddballs are the ones that thrive within a “man’s world”. We shouldn’t feel compelled to drive all women into these fields to ‘equalize’ the numbers. It would be folly to try. Only those that naturally want to should attempt it.

Grace, I commend you and your accomplishments and i recognize you for the outlier that you were.

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Related: What happens to companies when you let womyn in based not on ability but on quota. What happens when you give spots to unqualified ‘equality outcome’ whores.

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Questions That Need Answers – Part 1

July 24, 2013

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A QUESTION FOR SLUTS

  • So you’re with a great guy, and one day the ‘number’ talk comes up. He tells you he’s been with N. His N is vastly lower than your N. By a catastrophic margin. Knowing this new information, why are you so interested into hanging onto someone who hasn’t had the vast amount of sexual experience you got? Why are you so afraid to tell him your real number?
  • Why are you so afraid of losing someone over a number?
  • Why would you want to hang on to such an insecure loser?
  • What is the purpose of lying to maintain such an inadequate and unequal relationship?

You should be with someone as EQUALLY and sexually educated as you.

That is why you slutted around right? To ‘find’ out who you were? To ‘discover’ what turned you on? To ‘learn’ about your sexual tastes from a wide assortment of partners? Simply to have fun?

So when you find out your partner didn’t get to experience the same life of sexual gluttony you did.. why do you suddenly feel so ashamed of your past?

Is it because there is TRUTH to the Double Standard?

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First seen @ Dalrock’s

This picture pisses me off. Ever since i saw it at Dalrock’s, it always enrages me as much as when a cue jumping jackass cuts me off in traffic.

You DON”T DESERVE THAT relationship. You deserve a relationship with someone else. Who is that someone else? Whomever accepts you real N, that’s who.

You are lying your ass off to keep it because you know you aren’t worth it. You are lying to your partner because you know he could do better, deserves better. You are simply using him. You don’t love him. How could you? You can’t even tell him the truth! You’re too scared to lose him. You should be proud, and let the ‘loser’ walk if he finds your number too high. You should find someone who’s not ‘afraid’ of your number.

Love has nothing to do with it now. Love had nothing to do with it when you were being a slut. Love does not enter the equation.

If he means that much to you, and all the slutting you did back then ‘didn’t matter‘, that it was ‘just sex‘ as you say.. why not help your low partner count man that you are so desperate to hang onto by lying to him about your number, instead help him out and wingman him into the pussies of X number of women, where X is the remainder of you N minus his N  to equal out the equation and restore balance.

After all, it’s just sex right? It doesn’t mean anything right? So help your current man reach the number you attained so there won’t be any of those inadaquate feelings fostered or any lingering insecurities to put a damper on things.

How could you possibly object to that? Don’t let ‘feelings’ get in the way. He’ll still love you even after he’s had wild sex with throngs of women. He might even get a shit ton more confident and alpha to boot. Win win ammiright?

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As an aside.. what if my relationship history is that of a serial cheater and philanderer. I’m disease free, but my chances of remaining monogamous are virtually nil. Do you have a right to know that? Do you have a right to know, before we start up a relationship that may become serious or long term, that of the past 30 relationships i had, i cheated on every one of them? Wouldn’t you like to know? Is it any of your fucking business? So long as in the hear and now i’m professing to love you and that’s all that matters, why should you know the truth of my past, or if you did know, why would it matter?

And once you do know, would you be so insecure in your abilities as a woman as to think that you didn’t have what it took to keep me from straying?

Part 2 coming soon.

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Is it Fair?

January 21, 2013

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Don’t shoot me, i’m just the messenger…

So i had a back and forth comment session with my friend Audi (the audacious amateur blogger) and it something occurred to me.

I’m conflicted.

See, i’ll share a little secret. I like her (shhhhh)

At it’s core lies this problem. She’s worried about spherian mentality about “The Wall” and “The Number” and natural consequences of actions. Part of my latent beta wants to don the suit of plate mail, climb the white horse and protect her as my conditioning under the the rules of GirlWorld commands me to. And another part of me, that itchy burning area of my rectum where the RedPill currently resides is telling me fuck it.. actions have consequences, take it like a man. Derrrrp.

This is a case of going before the judge and pleading that you didn’t know that pissing into the town square water fountain was a crime because there were no warning signs posted.. to which the judge harrumphs “IGNORANCE OF THE LAW IS NO EXCUSE” and slams the gavel down and chucks a hefty leather-bound book at you.

She has/had the same problem i did some 18 years ago… it’s called Naivete.

na·ive

adjective \nä-ˈēv, nī-\

1: marked by unaffected simplicity :artlessingenuous
2a: deficient in worldly wisdom or informed judgment; especially:credulous
b : not previously subjected to experimentation or a particular experimental situation <made the test with naive rats>;

Is it harsh to be judged and convicted for things done when you were simply following what you thought was the properly laid out doctrine to follow? Yes, yes it is. Especially if the rules you followed were crafted by a society that began an experiment to see if human behavior was indeed a social construct through conditioning and behavioral modification instead of something deeper and more innate… primal. And if it were the latter that was found to be the truth, could leeway be given to avoid the consequences of those actions done under sincere misguidance?

It’s something i wrestle with, because as a decent guy and human being, i wouldn’t want to see what i feel is an obvious good but naive kid who simply followed the path that was allowed for by this current society (a society i do wish to see at the bottom of Davey Jones locker btw) having to accept the consequences and punishment of our now evolved and well informed spherian understanding of a woman’s N and the cruelty of The Wall.

Yet one need only read this (which you probably already have) to realize that i myself, and untold countless millions of others have indeed already paid the loftiest price for being naive. The judges are still at it to this very day with the public trials of NiceGuys™ in the street, listening to the mobs yelling for the Jezebel executioner to throw the level and pull the floor out from under the condemned for their naive nature.

Is it fair that one side is made to suffer full consequences while the other gets a reprieve solely due to gender and timing?

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Fully aware of the exact nature of the proposed sexual activity

January 9, 2013

That’s the language used. This shall become VERY interesting.

I have new stuff coming soon, but i couldn’t let this one pass up. No time to make a detailed post, just my emphasis in bold. The plot thickens…

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[update:] now that i have a little extra time to devote to this, to any new readers of this post i want them to fixate on this particular comment

“..only gave her consent for protected sex with the intention to avoid conception, the court qualified Hutchinson’s actions as sexual assault.”

and then consider this, this and this after you’ve read the Yahoo post. Comments welcome.

Craig Jaret Hutchinson who poked holes in girlfriend’s condoms loses court appeal

When their relationship started to go sour, Nova Scotian Craig Jaret Hutchinson decided a baby would heal the rift between him and his girlfriend.
There was a slight problem, however. His girlfriend didn’t want to have his child.
So when the Halifax woman learned she was pregnant in September 2006, she was “shocked.” Hutchinson, on the other hand, was thrilled.
He later confessed that he had poked holes in their condoms with a pin in order to intentionally get her pregnant.

Horrified, his girlfriend called the police. She later had an abortion and suffered a uterine infection as a result that had to be treated with antibiotics.
The 42-year-old man was charged with aggravated sexual assault. Though he was acquitted in 2009, the decision was overturned and after a subsequent retrial he was sentenced to 18 months in jail.
Hutchinson appealed the decision, as CBC notes, arguing that the sex was consensual and that his sentence was “harsh and excessive.”
His case went all the way to Nova Scotia’s Court of Appeal, which released a 4-1 majority decision on Thursday to uphold the sentence.
The moral questions involved in this case are clear: Hutchinson’s actions were appalling.
The legal questions, on the other hand, have sparked much debate.
As the National Post reports, Chief Justice Michael MacDonald articulated the majority court decision that the alleged victim must be “fully aware of the exact nature of the proposed sexual activity.”
Under the Canadian Criminal Code, sex without consent is considered assault. Because the woman — identified as N.S. to protect her identity — only gave her consent for protected sex with the intention to avoid conception, the court qualified Hutchinson’s actions as sexual assault.

The Court’s one dissenting voice, Justice David Farrar, expressed concern that this decision would create a “potential slippery slope” for women who stop taking birth control and get pregnant without their partner’s knowledge or consent.
“Expanding criminal liability in this way would represent a dramatic step backwards,” writes Justice Farrar.
However, Justice MacDonald countered that because pregnancy carries far greater consequences for the mother than the father, should the gender roles be reversed, the circumstances would not fit the same definition of assault.
It’s an argument that, while biologically correct, may not fully take into account the significant emotional and financial toll for the unwitting father of a child conceived under duplicitous circumstances.
On the other hand, the idea that men like Hutchinson may think they can legally get away with poking holes in condoms, potentially causing pregnancy or the spread of STDs, is a truly terrifying thought.
Meanwhile, Farrar’s dissenting opinion gives Hutchinson’s lawyer the option to take his case to the Supreme Court. So far no decision has been made in that regard.

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Chicken or the Egg

December 12, 2012

At this rate, i’ll never get around to my other posts.. oh well.

“Ahhh yes! I was wondering what would break first? Your spirit.. or your body?”

Yesterday’s post by me created somewhat of a row, both externally and internally. It goes to the nature of the duality of my own internal conflict, and that of societies as well. And the question everyone has to ask is which will give out first and what the consequences of it will be when one side decides to blink.

I made the post discussing the woman commanding a man to throw himself into the proverbial pyre and do his duty, a duty she would not, in effect proving male disposability and an entitlement by females from the old days. Women asking men for the trappings of Patriarchal oppression all the while demanding equality.

Yohami asked a very simple question and made a very logical conclusion. Are we to expect the woman to do what is not in her nature? Are we expecting men to stop being courageous, fearless, leaders, action takers, life savers by denying their nature.. their masculine nature as biologically prescribed through evolution? If so then how are we any different from Feminists?

He’s got a point. And a very fucking good one. Our whole issue here is about all the ills feminism has wrought on our society, by making women walking away from their part of the great contract and ceasing to behave like women and adopting a masculine frame. We tend to think of fighting back in terms of ‘you do this, i do that’ instead of ‘you do this, i’ll continue doing nothing different and pretend you don’t exist.’

Yohami is a teacher of masculinity to those who will listne. He’s not here to tow the line of men walking away from masculinity. He wants men to reoccupy the frame, forcefully. He wants men to reclaim their biological programming and behave like men. So he is very well correct when he asks ‘Complaining about an equality that cannot be done makes you a feminist, doesnt it?”Asking men to behave in a manner other than the masculine manner is exactly what feminism tells women.. to behave in a manner other than the feminine.

For a man to feel like a man, a masculine man, he needs to do masculine things. It’s that simple. He needs to lead, he needs to act, he needs to utilize what he’s naturally got to be productive. He wants to be looked up to. He wants to be respected. He wants to be attractive to women (unless he’s gay). These things will not be achieved by rejecting masculine behavior.

I respect all this and appreciate it. I hold nothing but the highest respect for Yohami and firmly agree with his point of view.

As i’ve stated prior, i am a man between two worlds.. one who waxes nostalgic about a world i wanted, loved, cared for a wanted to be a part of. I am also a man who sits on the roof of his apartment gleefully watching a world pull itself apart waiting for the collapse because i see this western society as irredeemable and not worth the effort to save. I am for all intents and purposes, enjoying the decline.

Which is why i also subscribe to men like Barbarossa who say that the grand old bargain is gone. When women stop behaving like women but still expect men to act like men.. then what you get is a society that expects all the benefits of male disposability and benefits of men behaving like men and giving nothing back in return. It is the equivalent of an AFC being LJBF’d on a macro scale. Behaving like a man, dying like a man, and still being spit on, used and abused for being a man.. without a reward of respect or admiration.. well it makes you feel like a chump no?

So how to fix it. This is what all this shit is about.

Do you simply walk away from it all?
Do you keep the status quo and remain masculine in a world that doesn’t appreciate it?
Do you reject masculinity outright and say ‘until the women return, im on strike’?
Do you ramp up the masculinity hoping the women leave the male frame to return to the female one?

Is there anything in between?

I think the CostaConcordia gave us a brief glimpse into that. The men who had families did everything in their power to save and would die for them. They earned the right to benefit from masculinity. The single women on the boat were fighting for the same right to live as the men, and that they were pushed aside is what made the news.. that they weren’t benefiting from masculinity because the world has so soundly shown a disdain for it, that masculinity will only now protect those that accept it’s place in the natural world and behave accordingly.

The men weren’t willing to trade in their lives for strange women. Men were free to choose where they lay down their lives to help another.

Men should strive to be masculine for themselves first and foremost, and let the rewards fall on those who earn it by accepting their own natural frames.

The question is which will break first. Men’s spirits to return to masculinity and drive women to eshew feminist’s unnatural ‘equality’ or women’s insistence on stepping into a masculine frame while deriding men for being masculine and still expecting to benefit from it.

I had more thought out in my head, but i lost a lot of it on the car ride this morning so this is the best i got.

As always.. have at it in the comments.

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On Cheating

October 23, 2012

Super quick post.

Here’s a Shine article called 12 Surprising Facts About Cheating [link]

I’m only going to address a few of these very quickly and let you guys ponder the rest. Let me say that i do not endorse cheating in any way shape or form, it’s for cowards. End it and move on.

Having said that.. let me tackle a few of these 12 points.

Fact #1: Most men are still in love with their wives when they cheat.

Who knew? Doug1 was right when he long made the contention on HUS that when a man seeks out another woman, he can still be in love with the wife/s.o. and is just having sex for the sake of sex (slaking lust), not for emotional bonding, partnership, intimacy or pair bonding of any kind. Women are unable to do so. When a woman cheats, she is firmly DONE with the husband, in her mind, heart and soul. Push casual sex while single aside for a moment, when a woman has sex outside of her committed relationship with a man, that poor shlep will NEVER be number #1 in her eyes ever again. She may even still have some feelings for him, but it is doomed from that moment onward.

My friend who consoled me after my marriage ended told me:

“Men have many rooms in their heart which can be occupied by many women at the same time, but only one gets to live in the penthouse with you. Women only have 1 room in their heart, and if they find someone else to occupy it, your shit is out in the streets and you are never getting back in.

This corroborates all my anecdotal experiences.

Next we have a 3 part answer to one question really..

Fact #7: A wife often knows her husband’s cheating.
Fact #8: A couple will never work it out when the husband is in the midst of an affair.
Fact #9: Affairs can often fix a marriage.

This one should be self evident to anyone who lives in the sphere AND understand that this only applies to ALPHA men. Do you think any of these ‘facts’ would be raised if the man were a beta shmuck? Hell no. If poor lonely Beta getting sex only once a year accidentally found game or actually hit it off enough with someone to have an affair with, none of this would apply. He’d be served divorce papers faster than the Flash. A wife will only know of her husbands cheating (and tolerate it) if he is supremely alpha and she can accept the harem. They will never work it out whilst he is having the affair, but she is the one who will actively try and ‘make it work’. And an affair can ONLY fix a marriage if the man has options to leave and has used the affair as as the ultimate dread “look what i can do” tactic to keep a woman in line.

If he was beta, he’d be reading a notice on the front door with the locks changed to his house and a warrant out for his arrest for ‘abuse’.

Fact #12: The wife’s not to blame if her husband cheats on her.

Very true. As i said i don’t approve of cheating and would rather honesty prevail. Just terminate the relationship and move on. However, this one holds a key phrase in here that reminds me very much of what Dalrock has been musing about often as of late. Here’s the passage:

“Realize this: If your husband is unfaithful, it’s not your fault, no matter what people say. “When a man cheats, he’s making a conscious choice to do it,” says Dr. Brosh. “The idea of being pushed into the arms of another woman is an expression, not a reality.

The next time i read about a poor Christian (or secular) woman being ‘driven’ into the arms of another man for him failing to live up to some romantasized unrealistic and unreachable romcom romance drama flaming heart-throb sweep her off her feet continual courtship dancing former carousel riding saved slut cum wife…

 

… shoot me.

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