Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Too Close to the Truth?


Feminism is interesting. I disagree with the thought that game is the response to modern feminism. Feminism has been around far longer than game. I’ll tell you what, game works best on feminists, girls so assured of themselves and filled with fake confidence based on their education and careers that they never see it coming. Most feminists honestly believe that game doesn’t exist or would never work on someone like them. But in the grand scheme of things most young women are feminist in name only, because they’re alone and have nothing else to hold on to or call themselves so they use feminism to feel a part of something. So if they meet a real alpha or guy with game and it’s between him or dying alone with one cat and two eggs holding on to each other for dear life, what do you think they’ll choose? For most women, feminism is an act of convenience more than a lifestyle of faith.

Bravo.  Bra-freaking-vo.

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Leslie Eastman said...

That combined with oxytocin, which is the chemical most toxic to the female brain. I will have to link to this and opine on my blog a bit!

Unknown said...

The Manosphere does exist in response to feminism. If men's lives were more successful these days they wouldn't be reading these Manosphere blogs looking for pointers.

I've not seen one thing in them I'd apply to my life. I don't need any advice from self-appointed narcissistic frauds like Roissy.

Some of the most well-known bloggers are the Manosphere's version of Betty Friedan and Gloria Steinen.

Badger said...

I linked to this interview on my blog. I agree that most women aren't overtly feminist; however that's almost irrelevant, because almost all women benefit from (and will never support any restrictions on) the fem-centric world that feminists built for them.

It's kind of like people who oppose vaccination, a position they can only take because 60 years of vaccines have all but eliminated once-common horrific diseases. Certain classes of women (e.g. on the right) will profess opposition to feminism, but it's just posturing since they don't seriously want to remove the benefits they've accrued.