This is an excerpt from the book "How Not to Become a Millennial." It's within the subsection called "The Vagina Industrial Complex" which highlights just how much money various industries extract from women convincing them their careers and their politics are more important than love and human beings. The numbers are tragic, with multiple trillions of dollars every year in extra taxes, corporate sales, tuition, and lower labor costs being transferred from women to governments, corporations, and colleges. But the real tragedy is how their entire youth is squandered on - what inevitably becomes - pointless careers and petty politics. The last stop on this train is "The Husk" where whatever chances, hope, potential, and value a woman may have had is gone and depleted. Half the population, regrettable as it may be, no longer have any natural or biological interest in them. The majority of these women have worthless degrees and marginal careers that wouldn't hold a candle to the love of a nuclear family. Their finances are non-existent as shoes and travel were more important than 401k's and IRA's. But instead of blaming the industries/people who told them to hop on this train, they howl angrily at the "patriarchical moon," completing the stereotype with cats. It's one of the more depressing, yet more intellectually stimulating chapter within the book. Consider purchasing it if you wish to avoid the fate of becoming a "Gen X" or "Millennial spinster."
"Once the Vagina Industrial Complex is done extracting all of your youth, money, time, and labor out of you, it no longer has any use for you. You paid for a worthless college degree (and thrice its price in interest) all so you could enrich Big Education. You slaved your entire life away for a corporation all so you could enrich Corporate America and the government. You spent all your money on shoes, travel, and handbags (and once again thrice its price in interest) enriching the banks. You outsourced your children, further enriching the government and ensuring a future generation of children would be equally duped. And if you didn’t have children, you spent one last final $50,000 on a 20% chance you’d end up with a child, with only a 50% chance they’d have a father around. After that at best you’ll have a good career, and there’s nothing wrong with that. But without other humans in your life you will end up like everybody else does in life - old, unattractive, lonely, and nobody wanting anything to do with you anymore. Only your country’s socialist party might pay you a visit in the hopes to bribe you to vote for them with other people’s money. But beyond that you have no point or purpose. This is the result of playing the gender victimhood racket. This is the terminus of placing ultimate value in a trait you were born with and not other humans. In thinking you could “have it all” you ended up with nothing.
Young women today need to look at their “true believer” Millennial, Gen X, and even Baby Boomer sisters and ask themselves two very important questions. One philosophical and the other practical.
Philosophically, do you really think gender has any value? That a trait you were born with somehow holds intrinsic value? And if you have this gender is it morally right of you to claim to be a victim because of it? That you are entitled to things and other people’s money because of a trait you were born with? Or should it be who you are, what you do, and what you accomplish in life that determines the quality and caliber of a person you are?
Practically, is there any advantage in placing value in one’s gender? And is there any advantage in playing the gender victimhood racket? If debt-laden, impoverished Millennial, Gen X, and Boomer women are any indication, and the true believers and followers of The Vagina Industrial Complex are any proof, placing value in your gender is a recipe for disaster. It’s a guaranteed way to destroy your life and end it in loneliness and misery. Admittedly, as a young person it’s hard to have the independent thought and critical thinking skills to counter the complete and total brainwashing everybody receives in school. The K-college education system will do everything in its power to convince you to place value on your gender and to claim you’re a victim. But younger generations of women really need to look at the depleted husks of feminist Gen X, Boomer, and soon-to-be Millennial women and ask themselves if they want to go down that path and end up the same."
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