Castelloza (13th c.) speaks out against the presumption of female superiority and male servitude
A public service announcement.
Today the notion of a woman displaying faithful devotion to her man is considered anathema. But as Douglas Galbi reveals it was not always the case in the past.
Douglas Galbi contends that if the science of sexual selection is to advance beyond shallow stereotypes about men and women it must take seriously the work of uncredentialed applied researchers.
Douglas Galbi digs up a little history showing how religious teachings discouraged gynocentrism.
In the past men were warned and taught about the possibility of being cuckolded. In the highly developed societies of today, men are disparaged for showing any concern over the possibility.
Modern gynocentrism teaches that sex is a privilege, but it wasn’t always so. It was once a duty, backed by shame and punishment of men who didn’t measure up for wives.
The backlash against MRAs and MGTOW brings the dominant forces of misandry to wage war on men. That isn’t a new phenomenon. When men in medieval Europe pursued an alternate lifestyle, they too were attacked with misandry and castration culture.
High-quality, nationally representative survey data indicate that rape of men is about as prevalent as rape of women. Moreover, under current understandings of rape, women rape men about as often as men rape women. At the same time, criminal justice systems are highly biased toward punishing men. That produces a stark gender inequality. On any …
If we object to what some characterize as coerced motherhood, can we close our ears to pleas about coerced fatherhood?