Peter Wright

The Origins of Damseling

The origins of damseling are biologically-based and are as old as the human race. Technically speaking, the behaviour we refer to as damseling refers to a human being who announces its vulnerability to others – to husband, family, friend, stranger or to one’s tribe. The announcement of vulnerability stimulates a neurological system in the brain designed to provoke reflexes of protection, …

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The Child Archetype as Responsible for Woke Dystopia

What we are witnessing is a hacking of the parental brain with the bait of dramatized neoteny. Once our biological operating system is hacked in this way, and the hack is taught as cultural operating practice, nothing can undo it. This iteration of superstimuli is here to stay. The only way around ‘aggressive vulnerability’ is to say NO when …

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In the Image and Likeness of God

According to a recent poll only 18% of U.S. people consider themselves feminist.1 On that account we can expect readers of romance novels to comprise not more than 18% feminists, and likely far less due to the fact that feminists disparage traditional approaches to romance…. at least according to their rhetoric. A more generous National Geographic/Ipsos survey2 …

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Are women more important than men? ManWomanMyth

Row Ad, known from his legendary youtube series entitled ManWomanMyth, has recently re emerged from a serious injury and is again picking up the ball on gender issues. Due to experiencing severe ongoing memory loss from his injury, he is exploring some of the fundamental questions of today’s gender politics from the beginning, starting with …

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A brief history of nagging

I recently mentioned to a friend that feminist verbiage amounts to little more than organized female nagging — the endless attempt to shame & guilt men into serving women. Is it any wonder that feminist street placards emphasise “having a voice,” “women speaking up,” “not being silenced,” and “speaking out”?  These phrases are nothing more …

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