Peter Ryan

The Fallacy Of The Golden Uterus And The True Origins Of Gynocentrism (Part Two)

This is part two of a two part article, please see part one first before reading part two. Some Further Remarks On Sexual Conflict I do want to expand on a few points from my ICMI speech. Often people cite the sexual cannibalism of the female spider eating the male spider after mating as being …

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The Fallacy Of The Golden Uterus And The True Origins Of Gynocentrism (Part One)

This is a two part article. In part one (this part) I will provide the complete speech that I wrote, which was kindly presented by Robert Brockway on my behalf at the International Men’s Conference in 2020. A link to the speech spoken by Robert is here1, the complete speech in writing is a little bit …

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Gynocentrism and the undeserved deification of women

In this article I will be examining Lester Ward’s theory on gynocentrism (see these links here1 and here2). I have chosen to write this to demonstrate that views on the supposed superiority of women are not isolated to just the last fifty years. The undeserved deification of women has been going on for far longer than fifty years. …

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Gynocentrism And The Dehumanisation Of Men (Part Two)

Please read part one of this article before continuing. From Exploitation To Disposability In our modern world technological and social change has resulted in an enormous increase in misandry. We have transitioned from male exploitation to genuine male disposability. Our decadent, safe and prosperous societies have lost touch with basic fundamental truths required to sustain …

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Gynocentrism And The Dehumanisation Of Men (Part One)

Disposability Versus Exploitation What is disposable? Something is disposable when it has little or no value and can be easily replaced and readily discarded. Disposable cutlery is one example of this. Highly valuable items that cannot be easily replaced or readily discarded, are not something we consider to be disposable. Famous paintings come to mind …

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