It’s in His Nature to be Masculine

I want to share a field report with you from RPW today.

I happened upon the red pill life back in January of this year. I was looking for ways to improve my new marriage by getting back to traditional values and was trying to research ways when a link popped up concerning red pill. Eventually I found my way here and became obsessed. My old ways were mostly easy to give up – or so I thought. I adopted the red pill woman mentality relatively easily. When I read The Surrendered Wife and tried to implement Laura’s ideas, I hit some road blocks. 

I would literally have to trust my husband with everything; our livelihood, multiple decisions about family and money, stuff I knew based on our two year relationship, he couldn’t do. He forgets literally everything I tell him, even if it’s multiple times. One weekend I had to work and the kids wore the same underwear two days in a row! I fell apart, came here to try and get my questions answered on how to fix my husband and make him an alpha – and had my ass torn apart and handed back to me. I almost gave up the whole red pill idea right then. But one poster in particular (I’ll always remember her!) said something that clicked and it as something to the effect of I was only fooling myself into thinking I had surrendered but by the way I told my story it was obvious to red pill women I had not. 

So I tried again. Things honestly couldn’t get worse for my husband and I unless he was to lose his job. We rent a place from his parents, drive cars that are over 10 years old and are financially quite poor and over burdened. So I thought, “what the hell? Things truly can’t get much worse” and I just let my husband have it all. Do you know what? I have never been more happy to be so completely wrong about something in my whole life!!!!!!

What a burden has been lifted off my shoulders to not handle the finances anymore! He’s stepped up, created a budget, he gives me a budget I can stick to and as long as I’m under it I know we have money. He goes after sales bonuses like a lion after prey because he now sees the money in our account directly – I haven’t looked at our bank account in months! Just recently my husband needed to replace his car and we had money saved because he had begun a car fund. He was talking up a real storm about a car I was worried would cost too much in upkeep and insurance and isn’t practical for our family – do you know he gave up on that car himself?! He asked me my opinion on the car and I was DYING to give it to him but instead I did as Mrs. Doyle instructed and replied “whatever you think.” He instead changed his mind and bought a 4 door sedan and actually came in under budget! And our insurance dropped $25 a month! The change has been incredible! 

The best part is that my husband noticed my changes and thanked me the other day. “I’ve never felt more in charge of my own life or family and I’ve never felt more like a man in any relationship.” That’s what he said to me. I’ll always be red pill and always be a surrendered wife. It truly does work.

One of the first things that is very noticeable about new women coming in and wanting to change their marriages is how they want to benefits of submitting, but don’t actually want to submit.  The idea of real submission is so terrifying that it is literally inconceivable.  They dress prettily, the cook, they clean, but when it comes to really letting go, to truly submitting to their man, they can’t do it and they can’t even admit they can’t do it.  What they want is to top from the bottom.  They need to maintain true control for fear of relinquishing.

I don’t say this to pick on these women (To a different degree I was there at one point, as well).  It’s all they know.  It’s all they’ve been taught, in most cases, and the fear is real.  But when they surrender and truly let go of their fear (or at least not let it rule them), blossoming occurs.  In the women. In the men, but most importantly, in the marriage.

The second thing I always notice in these progress field reports is that, when men are given the space to be masculine, they will be masculine.  It has been taught out of them, but it is a natural part of who they are.  Get out of the way and watch them be men.

 

SJWs Always Lie available at Amazon

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SJWs Always Lie is on sale at Amazon now.  The official announcement is tomorrow (the anniversary of GamerGate) but you can purchase it now.  Here is the blurb from Amazon:

Social Justice Warriors have plagued mankind for more than 150 years, but only in the last 30 years has their ideology become dominant in the West. Having invaded one institution of the cultural high ground after another, from corporations and churches to video games and government, there is nowhere that remains entirely free of their intolerant thought and speech policing. 

Because the SJW agenda of diversity, tolerance, inclusiveness, and equality flies in the face of both science and observable reality, SJWs relentlessly work to prevent normal people from thinking or speaking in any manner that will violate their ever-mutating Narrative. They police science, philosophy, technology, and even history in order to maintain the pretense that their agenda remains inevitable in a modern world that contradicts it on a daily basis. 

The book is named after the First Law of SJW: SJWs always lie. SJWS ALWAYS LIE is a useful guide to understanding, anticipating, and surviving SJW attacks from the perspective of a man who has not only survived, but thrived, after experiencing multiple attempts by Social Justice Warriors to disqualify, discredit, and disemploy him in the same manner they have successfully attacked Nobel Laureates, technology CEOs, broadcasters, sports commentators, school principals, and policemen. It analyzes well-known SJW attacks as well as the two most successful examples of resistance to the SJW Narrative, #GamerGate and Sad Puppies. 

Written by Vox Day, Supreme Dark Lord of the Evil Legion of Evil and three-time Hugo nominee who is described as the most hated man in science fiction by Black Gate and The Wall Street Journal, SJWS ALWAYS LIE is a powerful weapon in the cultural war against the thought police. 

For additional research, I recommend reading Vox’s latest posts on the Hugo Awards.  They are illuminating, especially the comments from the people who attended in person.  I’m not sure of the website this was taken from, but it was quoted here.  

I actually went to Sasquan this year. This had nothing to do with the current drama – it’s simply the first time WorldCon has been held in a location I could reasonably travel to, and I wanted to go. I won’t be going to another. I’m not employing hyperbole when I say that many of the people there made my skin crawl (and I go to Cons whenever I can, so this is not ‘those nerds are creepy’). I have never actually seen so many adults, many of them significantly older than me, so openly campaigning for attention for nothing at all like 14 year old girls on facebook, and the reactions to the various panels, and the Hugo announcements themselves, were downright infantile. I have been a liberal for as long as I have had a political identity, and I can’t make common cause with these people anymore. Our causes aren’t common. These smug self-congratulatory nitwits actually ARE thought police, and are reveling in it, and are GLORIFYING acting like children. I don’t understand how adults with their own agency are capable of doing this without any self-awareness, and actually thinking it makes them heroes.

This is the vast majority of your allies (or at least the most vocal and visible portion of them, but that may be giving too much benefit of doubt). They think acting more like children than actual children present at WorldCon is a good thing, so it’s literally an impossibility that they are actually going to employ anything as complex as 4GW tactics to combat their enemies. They are emotional reactionaries focusing on one short-term goal at a time. They may have the determination to fight for a long time (after all, they are combatting evil and oppression!), but they also ensure that their enemies will never lack for motivation to oppose them either. In the long run, this is good for the Rebel Alliance, but is probably a loss for sanity.

Very mild surprise was all I could muster.

The Escape

He glanced at her and did not answer. Then he said, “I like cigarettes, Miss Taggart. I like to think of fire held in a man’s hand. Fire, a dangerous force, tamed at his fingertips. I often wonder about the hours when a man sits alone, watching the smoke of a cigarette, thinking. I wonder what great things have come from such hours. When a man thinks, there is a spot of fire alive in his mind—and it is proper that he should have the burning point of a cigarette as his one expression.”

“Do they ever think?” she asked involuntarily, and stopped; the question was her one personal torture and she did not want to discuss it.

The old man looked as if he had noticed the sudden stop and understood it; but he did not start discussing it; he said, instead, “I don’t like the thing that’s happening to people, Miss Taggart.”

“What?”

“I don’t know. But I’ve watched them here for twenty years and I’ve seen the change. They used to rush through here, and it was wonderful to watch, it was the hurry of men who knew where they were going and were eager to get there. Now they’re hurrying because they are afraid. It’s not a purpose that drives them, it’s fear. They’re not going anywhere, they’re escaping. And I don’t think they know what it is that they want to escape.

Rand, Ayn (2005-04-21). Atlas Shrugged: (Centennial Edition) (p. 64). Penguin Group. Kindle Edition.

SJWs Always Lie

Vox Day is writing a new bookSJWS ALWAYS LIE: Taking Down the Thought Police to be released August 27th; the first anniversary of #GamerGate (Nice touch!).

 

As you can see, the cover is an homage to another political book well-loved by the Left, Jonah Goldberg’s Liberal Fascism. But SJWs is a lighter read, it’s meant to be a book that serves as a handbook and a reference for those who already oppose the self-appointed thought police as well as an evangelical tract that can be used to convince neutral parties that the SJWS are a serious problem and a direct threat to them even though they may be currently unaware of it. In other words, it’s written more in the vein of The Irrational Atheist than The Return of the Great Depression.

There is a chapter devoted to GamerGate, a chapter devoted to the Hugo Awards, and a chapter that contains a systematic breakdown of the standard SJW attack sequence as well as recommendations on how to respond to it. It contains a few surprises, as well as a few elements that will not be a surprise to anyone at all. It is my hope that SJWs will prove but one of many useful weapons to people across the West as the long-overdue counterattack against the thought and speech police grows and gains momentum.

Vox has been writing a lot on SJWs regarding the Hugo awards, #GamerGate, and in general.  It’s been  educational and fun to read his insights.  These insights are just as important to the manosphere as they are to the Hugo’s, #GamerGate, and any other sphere that is tired of the incessant lies used to take over nearly every organization imaginable.

It is possible to fight back. People are and they are succeeding.  Keep your eye out for this on the 27th.  I will keep you updated.

 

Equality! Give me more!

Vox Day put this up at Alpha Game the other day and made the point that feminist will always have the second picture in mind when they speak about equality.  This is a very important concept to keep in mind today, especially as we fight back and are inundated with people telling us, “It’s thanks to feminists that you have a choice today!  How could you be so ungrateful!”

This plea to the past and to gratitude is going to become more and more common and it won’t work.  When it fails, look for more and more of the above.  Many will move to what appears to be a more moderate position; something that appears to be fair.  Just note the name: feminism4fairness.  While consciously many women will actually believe this, that they wish for the picture on the left (and some will believe it wholeheartedly), for most it is just part and parcel of maintaining what they want, the picture on the right and as some have noted, that’s not even accurate, because the man should be standing in a hole, basically holding the other two up.

This appeal to fairness is merely part of what Rollo refers to as the feminine imperative.  It is a play to appeal to men, while maintain what women have and to keep reaching for more.  It will effectively pull the wool over the eyes of men and women who might start waking up, but still don’t want to admit the truth.  Just notice the Males Can Die at the bottom.

Don’t be fooled into thinking that this appeal to actual fairness is anything more than attempt to maintain the status quo.  It will be tempting for men and women as more and more people wake up.  But it’s nothing more than a slight retreat.  Just enough to confound and then keep plowing forward.  I’m not too sure what the Males Must Die is about at the bottom, if it’s some kind of reply to this post or if it’s part of this whole message, but it’s the truest thing in this picture.  Don’t forget that.

UPDATE: Out of curiosity, I googled feminism4fairness.  It’s an instagram site and I’m confident it’s satire.  Poe’s law means I can’t be certain, but I’m all but sure.

Submissive vs Subservient (or Doormat)

I was asked at RPW, what is the difference between being submissive and subservient (or being a doormat)?  I think doormat is a better word given the first definition of subservient.

~ prepared to obey others unquestioningly.

In almost every single scenario, I agree with this. I am prepared to obey my husband without question because he has earned my trust. This is something I have given him, that I freely choose to give him, because I know he would never abuse it.

This, I believe, is the difference and why I think doormat (though I loathe to use this feminist word) is more apt.  There is a connotation of fear behind it.  Where the woman will submit not out of choice, but because she is afraid (tangentially, this is why feminists like to use this word to describe women who choose to submit because the fear connotation is meant to make submissive women feel small and unimportant.  It’s also why they call our husbands tyrants.  It will illicit fear in other women so they will not choose this path.  It’s worked remarkably well). Only submission to one’s husband is a choice and one that, when made well, elicits in women a strength and freedom that, today, is wholly surprising and, to many, beyond belief.

The key to this is to find a man and decide before you marry if he is deserving of this level of trust.

Now, a word on fear.  The fear I’m talking about here is more of a primal one.  A fear in which the woman knows that something horrible will happen if she is not completely compliant.  Men who create fear like this, while they do exist, are not common.  No, not all men are deserving of submission and not because they will cause this fear, but because they won’t respect it.  There are some men who will take advantage of it for various reasons (though, again, not as prevalent as feminists would have us believe, nor are they nonexistent).

While I will likely get slammed for this for those who like to misunderstand to redirect (SJW’s I’m looking at you), there is another type of fear that even submissive women might experience.  This fear, I believe, when respected, is just fine (let’s think of levels of fear here.  I’m not talking terrified.  I’m talking wary).  This is fear of disappointing.  We’ve all experienced this.  We have a person in our lives whom we highly respect.  Parents, a boss, a friend, a colleague, and even our husbands whom have expectations of us.  We know that if these expectations are not met this person will be disappointed in us.  It is a driving force and one not to be mistaken for fear for our well being.  I believe this to be fine as it is a natural consequence of respect.  Now, one should work to grow past this as it is not necessary, but recognize it for what it is. It is not there because of a husband lording over you, rather it is a consequence of respect.  Don’t let those who would use words against you turn it into something that it is not.

 

How can I support my husband when he is out of a job?

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Emily asks the following:

My question for you is this: how can a stay-at-home wife and mother best support her husband when he’s out of a job? I’ve tried at various times being helpful (as best I could, though I’m not sure it was received as such) and staying out of it entirely. I’ve also suggested finding a job myself – this, I think, was a mistake, or at least the way I phrased it was a mistake. My husband definitely took it as criticism of his abilities. My current strategy – keeping my mouth shut and staying up all night worrying – is neither helping nor particularly healthy, I imagine. We’re not facing eviction or anything yet, but we are burning through our retirement savings. Is there anything (aside from scrimping as much as possible) I can do to help the situation, or is this simply a ride-it-out and trust moment?

Help during a time like this can be difficult, to say the least.  We tend to think that help has to be a very active thing.  That if we are not doing something, and something big at that, it can’t be help.  Especially when we are afraid because when we give into our fear and help in a way that makes us feel better, that usually makes this situation worse. When it comes to our husbands, especially in this kind of situation, help will often look very different than we think it should or even want it to. I don’t think it wrong for a wife to offer to go back to work in this situation, but as Emily said, wording is very important.  Timing as well.  It should be brought up as one option of many and mentioned once for him to consider and then not brought up again unless he truly wants to consider it.  There are those who will try to convince you that not wanting his wife to work is weakness on the man’s part.  This is typically not the case.  A husband wants very much to care for his wife, to provide for her and their family.  The  drive to want to do this on his own is a strength.  A strength we should never belittle or try to take from him. It is part of his masculinity and not for us to define, especially when we are afraid. First, the easy stuff to help with.  Scrimp, scrimp, scrimp.  Find cheap recipes to make for meals, including making your own bread.  There are some very easy bread recipes out there (look into sourdough and try to find a starter from a friend that you don’t have to buy.  Also, no kneed yeast breads). One can make a loaf of bread for less than a dollar a loaf and the taste is out of this world.  If anyone has any ideas for inexpensive family recipes, leave them in the comments.  Use your grocery store circulars.  One can find really good deals in those from time to time.  Ask friends for their Sunday paper’s coupons that they don’t use and get online and print coupons from there (if it’s cost effective.  Take into account the price of paper and ink to do this). Lastly, depending on where you live, look around your area for fruits and greens that are wild.  Things like plantain leaf, purslane, and dandelion greens are amazingly healthy and right out your front door.  It might seem unorthodox at first, but it’s one of those things you might not stop doing.  They are very tasty. Drive less and walk more, if possible.  This is one of those things that can have a double duty as, if your husband comes with you, you can spend time with your family, keep it fun and light and enjoy each other even in this difficult time.  Again, please leave any other ideas in the comments. Now, lets get to the help that he really needs from his wife.  In this situation, the help that a husband needs, more than anything else, is to know that you trust him and aren’t afraid.  He needs to know that you 100% support him and trust him to get a new job so he can continue to do his job of leading his family.  He is feeling like he failed, dejected and afraid.  He doesn’t want you to know any of that, at least not all of it so he will put on a strong front, for you as much for himself.  Nothing can take down a vulnerable husband faster than a wife who is afraid and is trying to take control of the situation.  So, what does a wife do?  First and foremost, she learns to let go of the fear.  This is the most difficult thing for her to do.  You’ll have to fake it at first, but lying awake at night worrying is going to wear on both of you.  Even as you’re faking it, your husband will have an inkling that you are afraid, that little bit you can’t hide in your eyes.  You must work to be truly not afraid.  You must work to put your trust completely in him, so much so that you are literally 100% unafraid of this situation.  The way in which this will build him up and give him confidence is not in me to describe.  But your complete faith in him will drive him to do whatever he can to get back on his feet. If your Christian, PRAY.  Give your fear to God.  All of it. Remind yourself, that even should the very worst, come.  You will still be together as a family.  Nothing can pull you apart as long as you don’t let it.  This should be a huge comfort to you, because no matter what, you will be together.  Have faith that God will pull you through and trust your husband implicitly to do that.  He won’t be able to do it without you.  Also, find that which brings joy to your life.  When the fear is poking up, put your entire focus on that thing.  If you like to garden, plan your garden.  In your head, make the most beautiful garden you can and plan every inch of it. Find something like this that you can force yourself to focus on. So, how is this, what many people will see as passivity, truly helping?  It seems as if we are doing nothing and if we aren’t actively doing something everything will fall apart and we will fail. Or the things that we can do, the scrimping and making our houses a home, are simply secondary and doing nothing to directly effect the situation.  Don’t make this mistake.  We are wives and the very best and most direct thing we can do to help in this situation is to let our husbands know that our confidence in them is unwavering. That they are literally our knights in shining armor.  Let them be that.  This is not passive, it is not wrong and it is not weakness.  Rather, the ability to let go of our fear is a true feminine strength.  Strive for this, this feminine strength that with practice we can find and do not let others convince you it is weakness.  As when you do find it, the masculine strength it can inspire in your husband will amaze you.

Laura Doyle AMA Happening Now

Laura Doyle will be doing her AMA at the Red Pill Women Reddit from 9AM to 6PM PST today.  I will be posting choice quotes here throughout the day.

~  I did not realize I was being controlling–only that I was being very “Helpful.” I was helping him dress better, eat healthier, with his resume, etc. But helpful in wife language is critical in husband language.

~  I try to just stick to the facts and let them know what A Surrendered Wife just acknowledges that she can’t change anyone besides herself so she doesn’t try. She won’t tell her husband how to drive, what to eat or what to do at work. Instead, she focuses on her own happiness, and that, in turn, improves the intimacy.

~  When I stopped being the arm-chair quarterback of my husband’s life, what emerged for me was that I was called to write books. . . .So it’s interesting to ask yourself what’s going on in your own life that may need attention when you’re wanting to tell your husband what to do. What will emerge for you as you take your eyes off of what he’s doing and focus on what you’re doing? I’ve seen other women have some pretty amazing quantum leaps the same way.

~  I still remember that when I was learning to surrender and really had no idea what I was doing, I was just a terrified mess and didn’t think it would work for me. I didn’t know I was controlling, I didn’t know there was another way. I remember a woman saying to me, after I asked her for advice, that she tried never to criticize her husband no matter how much it seemed like he deserved it and I said, “Have you got anything else?” Cause in my head I thought, I am NOT going to do that! I didn’t think I COULD do that. Didn’t seem possible at the time. So I have a lot of compassion for women who are where I was back then. (The rest of this comment is fantastic as well.  I recommend you read the whole thing.)

~  but if you want him to be more of a man, it’s like the old Cody commercial: Try being more of a woman.

~  But the very biggest gift you can give to that child is a playful, passionate relationship with his or her father.

~  But I have discovered that as a woman, I have some special gifts that I bring to my relationship and to the world. I’m not a smaller, less-hairy man, I’m an entirely different gender, and although it took me a long time to see the distinction, now I can’t unsee it! So when I’m sharing my experience with wives, I really am sharing partly about how to honor and celebrate our gifts as women, which are very different than men’s gifts.

For example, women are the keepers of the relationship. This is true all over the world, I’ve learned, and that means that if we learn the skills that contribute to intimate, passionate, peaceful relationships (either by reading a book or by watching our moms or grandmas or some other role model) then the relationship thrives. If not, the relationship suffers. Men don’t have that same power. That’s why I feel we women have a responsibility to learn the Intimacy Skills and practice them.

Petty Revenge

WELL beyond petty . . .

This link was put up at RPW this morning (At the time of this writing the link is down.  I don’t know if this means she removed the post or if its something else, so I’ll leave the link in for now).

So the situation at my place is: I am NOT cooking my husband dinner, washing his clothes or even making his side of the bed until he apologises for being a fuckface yesterday. Just know he is wrong and I am right. JUST KNOW. There has never been a stand more important than this. My pettiness knows no bounds, I am wild. I’ll keep you updated.

She also posted a picture of her half made bed.  It had nearly 25,000 likes and several comments.

When I’m annoyed I’ll put more broccoli on his dinner plate, or less sandwich filling in his sandwiches. Sometimes I’ll even turn the cold water on when he’s having a shower. It’s the little things.  

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My “pettiness” has occasionally reached such heights that i have sneaked outside and flicked the power main off for a second…just enough to resest the modem and upset his ps3 game or tv viewing

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Wait til he tells you that you don’t do the washing the washing machine does!!!! I had an ex use that line! When he then asked a week later why none of his washing was done I took great pleasure in saying – “well gee I’m not sure maybe you should ask the washing machine”

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My partner is not one to give out compliments very often so when I saw a post on fb about keeping record of compliments & using it as a dollar value for his bday present I thought perfect! SO FAR HE’S ON $4

There are more, a lot more, but you get the gist (thankfully there were a handful calling her out for being petty and for posting it publicly).  I can’t find it now (and have no more patience to slog throughout the comments) but one woman described what she does to her husband and ended the comment with “I Win!”

To be clear to everyone reading, I have been here.  When we first married I got mad at something Maritus did and I put extra seasoning in my spaghetti sauce that he had made very clear that he didn’t like that way.  They whole time I was doing this I kept telling myself, “this is just wrong.” but I didn’t stop.  I tend to think that most women feel this way, on some level, when they are doing this.  They feel wrong, guilty, petty and even disgusted (at least they used to.  I now wonder if it’s so pervasive that these feelings are now gone).  But they know they can turn around and tell some women about it publicly or talk to their friends and be highly praised for it, just as this woman was (there were hundreds of comments on this post the vast majority of which were praising her and telling their own stories).

Marriage is not a competition.  It is not something we enter into to be taken care of for the rest of our lives (or until we divorce) and just go along for the ride.  It’s a two way street.  A place to lift each other up higher and higher.  If you are doing petty things out of anger, even if that anger might be justified (ask yourself how often it actually is justified), you’re not doing your part to lift your husband higher.  Your not supporting him, helping him or loving him.

Marriage is not a competition where anyone “Wins!”.  If this is the attitude you have, then you’ve caused the marriage to lose.  You win when you are grateful for what you have and give back in order to help and for you both to grow stronger, for your marriage to grow stronger and best of all, for your kids and your family to grow stronger.

Petty acts of revenge, anger, and retribution will kill your marriage and they will make you miserable.  The revenge, anger and “winning” (read control) is all you will begin to focus on.  Instead, focus on what he’s done for you that you have likely never noticed before.  This woman stated, “Just know he is wrong and I am right. JUST KNOW. ”  My first thought was something along the lines of, “I don’t believe you”.  Most likely this man did something in a way that she disapproved of.  That doesn’t make him wrong.  Just different.  Even if whatever he did do was wrong, that is no reason to turn on the petty revenge and control to make a point.  It is time to take 5 seconds to forgive him and move on with your life.

It will make him happier and it will make you happier.  Perhaps surprising to some it will make your marriage happier and FAR stronger.   Let go.

The Devastation of Indifference

This comment was left at Alpha Game yesterday and commented on at Vox Popoli (Bolding in mine):

Feminism is already a dead woman walking. All feminism has is shaming language and the State (ironically, ultimately other men) to keep men to the feminist line.

But now, increasingly, the shaming doesn’t work. And men are disengaging from society in general to avoid entanglements with the state; if you don’t get married, you can’t be divorced, if you don’t co-habit you can’t have half your stuff appropriated, if you don’t have children, you can’t be on the hook for child support, if you don’t enter the corporate world you can’t be be accused of ‘harassment’ and if you don’t date you drastically reduce your chance of a false rape accusation.

These are genuine threat points for men in the modern world that didn’t exist before feminism. It speaks to the feeble minds of feminists that they would think that men will simply carry on as they did when these threats did not exist. For the last 50 years men (mostly) still did. But that’s over now.

So men are doing what they have always done: survey their environment, understand it, and behave rationally according to it. Which means, increasingly, living their lives without regard to what women want. This does not mean living without sex, relationships or female company. Just that the investment men make in all these areas is being dramatically reduced.

As feminism reduces the value of women (in men’s eyes), so men are reducing the amount of time, effort, attention and money they are willing to spend for the declining benefits modern women now bring to their lives.

But the real news is that the true cost of feminism, first born by men, and then children, is now being passed on to women. Record numbers of women are living alone, record numbers of women are childless, record numbers are on psychiatric medication, record numbers are facing a life-time of wage slavery in grinding jobs that they can never leave. And still feminism spins these outcomes as the conscious choices of these women and as ’empowering’.

And yet, women’s self-reported happiness, across all classes, all races, all demographics is lower than ever since records began 50 years ago. Tellingly, for the first time ever, their happiness is also now lower than men’s.

But you do not need to read ‘The Paradox of Declining Female Happiness’ to know this. Just talk to the increasing number of 30 and 40 year old childless spinsters one on one – not in a group – to get the REAL story. The REAL effect of feminism in the REAL world. These women don’t give two hoots about feminism, they are just wondering where all the good husbands, hell, ANY decent man, went.

Mostly, disgusted with what feminism has done to women, he walked away.

For the truth is that men don’t want to fight women, it goes against the core of what it means to be a man. But feminism thrust men into a fight that they neither started nor wanted. To the point that feminists are reduced to crowing about ‘winning’ battles that men never turned up for.

And even now, as feminism pushes and pushes and pushes to ever more absurd levels, as ever more restrictions are placed on normal masculine behavior, ever more insane definitions of ‘rape’, ‘assault’, and ‘aggression’ are drafted into law in increasingly desperate attempts to somehow, anyhow, cast women as perpetual victims – even now – men are still refusing to be drawn into a real battle.

That’s how deeply men do not want to fight women.

The sound of the final battle between the sexes will not be heard in the streets or legislatures. It will not be televised or reported. There will be no flags hoisted or victory parades. Because it is already in progress. It is happening all around us in plain sight, for those with the eyes to see it.

And men are deploying the most devastating weapon of all – indifference. In this final battle who cares least wins.

The time has come to reap the harvest of feminism, and for women the fruit will be bitterest of all.

For anyone following the Rabid and Sad Puppies (I don’t know of a single post to explain what these are.  In a nutshell, these movements are an attempt to fight back against SJW’s in the Hugo Awards) in Sci/Fi or GamerGate might recognize this.  While Sad/Rabid Puppies and GamerGaters care very much for good books and the games they wish to design, they are indifferent to what the SJWs think of, say about, and in many cases, do to them.  Very often all the SJWs can do is push them out of their group, which to them is the very worst punishment available.  What they have discovered is that you can’t eject someone from your group who was never part of it and never had any desire to be part of it.

We are also seeing this when it comes to feminism.  People no longer care that they are being labeled misogynist, hateful, weak, dumb, what-have-you.  They’ve left the club and it didn’t hurt or they never joined the club and just don’t care.  Yes, feminist SJWs can still hurt people in a very concrete way (job loss, loss of reputation, loss of family) but the indifference is still there and it is growing.  Men finding jobs that cover themselves or taking jobs they do not care if they lose, men not staking their reputation on the thoughts of woman and men not marrying feminists (or not marrying at all) is taking away the SJWs power.

This is only going to continue to grow.  Feminists short sitedness (and lack of respect) didn’t see men adjusting to the cultural changes.  They saw men dutifully playing the provider husband no matter what we decided to do to them . . . and like it.  Well, men don’t like it and and they will continue to do what they must, and not care.

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