Definition of Benevolent Sexism

benevolent sexism [buh-nev-uh-luh nt sek-siz-uh m] – noun -See under ambivalent sexism.

ambivalent sexism [am-biv-uh-luh nt sek-siz-uh m] – noun – a theory that sexism toward women is multidimensional, one form (hostile sexism) reflecting negative views of women who challenge traditional gender roles, and the other form (benevolent sexism) reflecting positive views of women who conform to these roles.

Dictionary.com. (2019). Benevolent Sexism.

-VIS

Lips Slightly Parted

One thing I noticed about the girls this past week was that both of them always have their lips slightly parted. It gives them a gorgeous dumb look that can’t be achieved any other way. And needless to say, looking dumb is attractive.

Ladies, when you’re with a man (or trying to attract a man), keep your lips slightly parted to give that perfect, dumb appearance.

-VIS

Movies at the Cabin: Lara Croft, Tomb Raider (2001)

The girls and I had mild internet up at the cabin and managed to tune in for a short time. During that time, we watched the first 30 minutes of “Lara Croft, Tomb Raider”, a 2001 feminist version of Indiana Jones.

It was a piece of crap movie (the girls and I all agreed on that) but what really got me was the way they portrayed this Lara Croft character as not only financially successful, but almost invincible as well.

The opening scenes depict Croft as a catsuit wearing chick capable of deep sea diving and the owner of “Croft Manor”, an estate in Buckinghamshire, England.

The funniest part was that her camera angles were always from knee height – as if she was a larger than life character. With guns strapped to her thighs, Lara Croft is the perfect cuck or incel dream girl and it’s easy to tell those are the types of men this movie was written for.

The whole thing was ridiculous and reminded me why we don’t try to connect to the internet while at the cabin.

I never particularly thought Angelina Jolie was that pretty anyway, so I’m not surprised I didn’t enjoy it.

Vintage In Stepford Rating: 0.5/5.

-VIS

Girls: The Funny Breed

The girls and I went to the grocery store Monday morning and I mentioned to Amanda how I wanted her to keep track of how much she was spending so I knew how much we spent on each grocery trip during our getaways. She immediately turned to me and said, “I’m a girl, Sir. I can’t do math.”

In the end, it didn’t matter because I got the receipt, but Amanda proved her dumb blonde status once again by claiming she couldn’t do basic arithmetic. Danielle wasn’t much help either claiming that if a blonde was dumb enough to be excused from math, she should be too (Danielle has black hair). She never justified this explanation, but I figured it was a girl thing and I let it go. Girls are a funny breed.

In terms of being perfect for a sexist man like myself, Danielle and Amanda hit the mark.

-VIS

His Win-Win Final Decision

Yes, as a traditional girl, you should be deferring every single decision to your man. But if you want to be happy with his decision, you need to limit his options so that you’re both happy.

How would you limit his options?

Let’s say you’re going to the salon to get new nails.  They have a selection of 150 colors, but you want him to decide which color he wants you to have.  You could send him a picture of all 150 colors and let him choose, but if he chooses a color you don’t particularly like, you’re forced to obey, but deep inside, you may resent his decision a little.

So, what do you do?

Of the 150 colors, choose 10-15 that you really, really like.  Once you have them all collected so that they’ll fit into a single photograph, take a picture and send it to him.

No matter which one of the ten to fifteen colors he chooses, you’ll be content with his decision.

You can apply this same principle to anything – hair styles, hair colors, clothing, food, or drink.  If you limit his options to those you like then leave the final decision to him, a wonderful thing happens:

He gets to decide for you, and no matter what he chooses, you’re happy with his decision.

It’s win-win.

-VIS

On Being a Hypnotist

Seriously, gentlemen, get your Certified Hypnotist or Certified Hypnotherapist certificate.

I got my CHT back in 1996 and it’s always such great fun to hypnotize a girl and play tricks with her mind.

Since I’ve had my certificate, I haven’t yet dated a girl who didn’t eventually ask me to hypnotize her.  And once it starts, her mind becomes a beautiful playground for you both to explore.

Besides, she’ll think it’s hot af.

-VIS