My daughter-in-law is one of the most sexist people I know. The other day, I asked her if she planned on getting her driver’s license. Without skipping a beat, she said, “I’m a woman, I shouldn’t drive.”
And she’s right. Women shouldn’t drive. When women are driving, they’re always too concerned about their appearance to pay attention to the road.
You see it all the time. Women putting on make up in traffic. Women adjusting their hair in traffic. Women checking their nails in traffic.
My daughter-in-law has the right idea. She’s a woman and shouldn’t drive a car.
Treat her like she’s a princess.
F*ck her like she’s a whore.
Her: “You seem a bit sexist.“
Me: *Patting the seat beside me* “Sit your pretty ass down and we’ll talk about it, sugartits.“
One of the things I learned during my week away with the girls is that women will compete against each other even if there’s no prize to be gained.
Both Danielle and Amanda know I’m not interested in any kind of relationship (emotional or physical) yet they competed with each other at the cabin by dressing as slutty as they could, or trying to cook the best meal.
Women are natural competitors and it’s weak-willed men who have allowed that competition to force us into monogamy. Well, that and Christianity did it.
Give women a single man between a few of them and they’ll constantly try to out-shine each other just to win his favor.
I’m back from my week away at the cabin.
I’ll begin posting immediately.
I will no longer be discussing politics or social movements that are not related to feminism and the men first movement on this website.
I’ve found it’s better if I just stick to the main theme of the blog and not get bogged down in political crap.
When speaking of rights, it’s important to remember that women aren’t worthless, they’re worth less.
When a woman makes a decision, it’s always based on her emotions. “How does this make me feel?” she’ll ask herself. Men, on the other hand ask themselves, “how will this do good for someone?”
Women are wrapped up in emotions and that’s why voting and other such privileges should only be extended to men.
Men are, after all, the logical thinkers.
Feminized and passive men don’t solve problems. There are men in this world committing rape, murder, and all kinds of wickedness. When a man is feminized, he becomes passive and won’t stop those who are doing evil things. Feminized men are passive men, and passive men don’t draw lines in the sand, passive men won’t stand up for principles, passive men won’t protect, provide, and defend those who need it most.
But masculine men will stop evil men from committing evil. The same traits that supposedly make men “toxic” – warmongering, colonialism, and greediness – also make men courageous enough to stop evil men from doing evil things.
As Allie Stuckey once said, “we don’t need less masculinity, we need better masculinity.” This world doesn’t need feminized, passive men. This world needs better men, braver men. It needs good men who will stand up against men of evil intent and declare, “this is the line in the sand. and you will go no further.”
We don’t need less masculinity. We need more.
With rights come responsibilities, and you don’t really want those, do you?
Give up your rights, relax, and enjoy the benefits of female privilege.
Her: “You seem a bit controlling.”
Me: *grinning* “Girl, you have no idea.”
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