Objectification

When you objectify her by making her your table, your footrest or some other piece of furniture, you’re sending the message that she’s your toy – to be played with however you see fit.

Objectification is a way of saying “I love you, but you’ll always be my toy.” And there’s never anything wrong with that sentiment.

-VIS

The “Face-Slap Reset”

Have you ever noticed how – when your man slaps your face – every thought and emotion you had at the time suddenly becomes reset?

A face slap grounds you.  It helps you to realize how emotional, hormonal, and irrational you were being just a second or two before. It helps you understand that you were not thinking logically.

Best of all, it reminds you that he’s in control of everything – your world, your emotions, and your body.

When he slaps your face – and he will, eventually, if you allow yourself to become too over-emotional – remember to thank him for bringing you back down to earth.

A firm slap to your cheek is one of the greatest gifts he can give you when your world seems to be spiralling out of control.

-VIS

Buy Her Tools As Gifts

Every man loves getting tools as a gift.  When our girl gives us a new jig saw or socket wrench, we practically lose our minds.  How thoughtful, we say.

And despite the fact that Hollywood and the media will tell you that buying her a new set of pots and pans, or a new Dyson vacuum, or a pink feather duster is misogynist, the truth is that girls love to receive tools as gifts, too.

You see, girls have plenty of chores to do around the house just like you have plenty of chores to do outside – you change the oil in the car, she has to vacuum.  You mow the lawn, she has to do laundry.  You blow the leaves, she has to do the dishes.

And for both of you, when you’re doing those chores, you want the best possible tools for the job.  When you have them, doing chores isn’t “ugh, I have to do chores,” it’s “alright!  I get to play with my new tools!

Don’t ever let society, Hollywood, the media, or politicians tell you she doesn’t deserve the best tools as a gift.  Everyone has to do chores and the best tools will make her chores much more enjoyable.

Some may say it’s sexist, but if she’s honest about it, giving her tools as a gift is thoughtful, kind, and – as long as you make sure exactly what brand and model of tool she wants – help make her chores a pleasure to do.

Don’t buy society’s bullshit.  Give her tools to play with.

-VIS

Why Are We So Happy?

Why are we, in the Traditional Gender Role community, so incredibly happy relative to people who believe in equality of the sexes?

Matthew D. Hammond and Chris G. Sibley tried to answer this question in their 2011 study entitled Why are Benevolent Sexists Happier? available for free here.

The study really doesn’t come to a logical conclusion except to say that both men and women find that their lives are more naturally structured when they accept Benevolent Sexism as a way of life (note: I consider myself a Benevolent Sexist).

From the study’s abstract on page 332:

Research indicates that the endorsement of sexist ideology is linked to higher subjective wellbeing for both men and women.

This is a particularly large study (n = 6,100) and, as we all know, the larger the study, the more accurate it is likely to be.

So gentlemen, get your big boy pants on.  Women find you more attractive when you’re just a little bit sexist.

-VIS

What is Benevolent Sexism?

Benevolent sexism is a form of paternalistic prejudice (treating a lower status group as a father might treat a child) directed toward women. Prejudice is often thought of as a dislike or antipathy toward a group. Benevolent sexism, however, is an affectionate but patronizing attitude that treats women as needing men’s help, protection, and provision (i.e., as being more like children than adults). Benevolently sexist attitudes suggest that women are purer and nicer than men, but also mentally weaker and less capable. Behaviors that illustrate benevolent sexism include overhelping women (implying they cannot do something themselves), using diminutive names (e.g., “sweetie”) toward female strangers, or “talking down” to women (e.g., implying they cannot understand something technical).

-from “Benevolent Sexism Definition” on Psychology.iresearch.com

Play the Game

Don’t touch her.

She wants you to, but don’t.

Tease her mind.  Play with her emotions.  Make her soul malleable and soft.  Twist her spirit into something pliable and tender.

But don’t touch her.  Let it build.

Dominate her with your words.  Conquer her with your intellect.  Tease her for hours with stories of how you’re going to destroy her, then remind her how naughty she is for getting aroused at the disgusting, terrible things you’re telling her.

But don’t touch her yet.

Toy with her mind.  Hypnotize her.  Bend her psyche.  Cast yourself as the villain in her ultimate sexual fantasy until she feels helpless, vulnerable, even frightened by the sheer weight of sexual energy pulsing between the two of you.

Then, when she’s shifting from side to side to keep herself from leaking onto her pretty little skirt, softly whisper to her, “if you want it, you have to beg, little girl.

And when she drops to her knees and sobs for the only cock she worships, pin her down, violate her, defile her.  Make her wish she had never begged at all.

Sex isn’t a single act.  It’s a game.  It’s a dance.  It’s a long-drawn out affair that takes hours and hours of mental torture to get her to want you, to need you inside her.

Play the game.  Play it right …

… and watch the magic happen.

-VIS

Let’s bring back the phrase, “no thank you, I have to watch my figure.”

Married women used to say this all the time.  Even married with three children, women used to politely decline food sometimes because they didn’t want to put on weight and become unappealing to their husbands.

Watching your figure/weight is part of being a good wife and a good girl.

-VIS