The population of men, according to the second wave feminist, had to be reduced and controlled. Valerie Solanas was not the only feminist to propose this. Her SCUM Manifesto was simply the most extreme and most widely known.
The zeta male however is not playing that game, understanding as he does, that while he’s expected to assume that risk and damage, the side of the social contract compensating him and valuing him as a man is no longer operative. The zeta male’s identity is one developing around conscious evaluation of behavior’s risk and reward, and disparaging of traditional social control through shame or prestige.
There must be many families who burn their brides for dowry as a routine practice otherwise, why would there be so many news reports about dowry deaths? As they say, there cannot be smoke without a fire. Right?
On publication of his paper Sokal exposed his hoax in the journal Lingua Franca. The editors of Social Text immediately cried foul and added a misplaced criticism of Sokal’s writing style. They missed the point, entirely. Sokal’s intent was to write badly (and think badly) yet have his poor scholarship overlooked due to its superficial accordance with leftist ideology.
Where women naturally excel – homemaking, early childhood care, beautifying, verbal communication, emotional expression – they ought not to go anymore, according to feminists. Put on some pants, girl, and grab that power drill!
Any discussion of rape between genders is quickly polarized by highly politicized statements such as “all men are rapists” and in most cases the conversation turns to the effects of rape rather than contributing factors.
I was cruisin my etheric consciousness recently to see what’s new in the world of men, my world. I like to see if there is any new logic orbs added to the survival satchel, or possibly new dangers crossing the frontier of the post hypnotic victim gulag. It’s always good to keep up to date …
Chai Ling is a very interesting woman. I just stumbled on this article about her a few days ago. I don’t know what her politics are. I don’t know if she’s fully embraced feminism, although some of what I’ve seen at her website indicates that she has embraced some style, form, or genre of it. …
Janice G. Raymond, a studier of women, thinks that bartering with one’s body is somehow perverse. What she doesn’t realize is that both men and women barter with their bodies on a regular basis, and not just for sex.
Check out the latest quote from the President of The National Organization for Women, Terri O’Neill. She says, regarding a controversial rap song by Eminem and Rihanna, “The fact is, it’s only two year olds and violent men who use violence to get what they want.”