Feminism Reframing the Patriarchy

In a feminist society, we can expect women to project their subconscious desire for an alpha by rationalizing a masculine approach to life. One such approach that mimicks a high value man is the woman’s desire to monopolize the attention of an alpha male- which describes a feminine projection of how an alpha male must operate. The subconscious logic runs something like this:

A high value man must have women throwing themselves at him constantly. Every second of his life must be spent handling an endless stream of attention. A high value man is born high value, and spends his life at a position that other men only hope to peak at. Because he is always high value, he must always be powerful. 

Contrast that with the masculine reality.

A high value man must have women throwing themselves at him constantly.

High value women who demand commitment do not throw themselves at the high value man, ever. They dress sexy, coyly flip their hair, and make eye contact. High value men have to approach the woman, no if and or buts. In fact, high value men often approach so much and so often that it feels like he did no work- but in reality he approached, bounced the person into his social circle net, and made it easier for a more direct approach later on. See the Duke Fuck List to see how even Ivy League Lacrosse Players have to get drunk beyond recognition to approach and take home mediocre girls. They might be high value, but they still have to approach.

Every second of his life must be spent handling an endless stream of attention. 

Sports stars peak and disappear. Actors peak and disappear. Drug dealers peak and disappear in an unmarked grave. Musicians peak and disappear. Presidents peak and disappear. One blogger (sorry I can’t remember who at the time) told a story of street urchin boys who fought out a hierarchy at age 12-14 because being the baddest poor boy got him the prettiest young girl. But when he lost the position, he got nothing.

A high value man is born high value, and spends his life at a position that other men only hope to peak at. 

Success comes and goes for so long. The biggest, most successful people ever still succumb to reality. The Beatles, despite being the most successful band of all time, still collapsed to basic human relationships. Point being, even success for the very best is like a roller coaster. It peaks, and moves on.

Because he is always high value, he must always be powerful. 

If women had to choose between power and charisma, which would they choose? The reality is that they would probably choose either. One is fairly indicative of the other, and vice versa. But even charismatic men like Bill Clinton or Elvis Presley experience a powerless time in their life, be it old age or childhood or working at a gas station.

Now for the seminal moment. Reword the same bolded statement, but replace the genders:

A high value woman must have men throwing themselves at her constantly. Every second of her life must be spent handling an endless stream of attention. A high value woman is born high value, and spends her life at a position that other women only hope to peak at. Because she is always high value, she must always be powerful. 

Each point listed above describes how women behave in today’s feminist society- with one caveat. It is unnatural and doesn’t exist and ruins actual feminine power or high value femininity.

A high value woman must have men throwing themselves at her constantly.

Girls put themselves in public as much as possible. They fill up their time with communication, desperate to have followers on tumblr, Facebook, and evaluate others based on Facebook friend count. Why? They want to appear to have the aloofness and options of an alpha male. They want to appear connected, in the loop, and in demand constantly.

Every second of her life must be spent handling an endless stream of attention. 

Girls definitely experience this when their sexual market value is highest. But spinsters who pursue a career and then wonder ex-posto-facto why she is no longer in demand simply cannot comprehend where the attention went. They rationalize the resulting lack of sentiment.

A high value woman is born high value, and spends her life at a position that other women only hope to peak at.

Women treat their own friends and acquaintances as shit in an attempt to define themselves as high value. Even feminine and cute girls can get ostracized by the status seeking gold diggers / cock carousel riders. Is that representative of high value women who implicitly believe they are high value? No- it is an insecure response to the reality of her feminine power.

 Because she is always high value, she must always be powerful. 

Again, if you put Hillary Clinton and a cute hipster girl in the same room with twenty men, it will be clear which woman has more power- despite feminism attempting to ruin the root of actual feminine power. Again, even high power lawyer women wonder what happened to their ability to attract a man.

As you can see, feminism is simply a re-framing of high social value as a woman would interpret it. So when feminists complain about the patriarchy, they do not actually complain about the concept itself, since they adopt its very structure to build feminism atop of.

Which unfortunately does not align with the natural and biologically organized values of femininity and true ‘girl-power’ rooted in sexual market value. See Krauser’s interview, in which he quotes the phenomenon of ugly feminists. Or OneSTDVs post about fat ugly feminists. Our society, even our species potentially, is doomed when we support deviants as leaders.

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3 Responses to Feminism Reframing the Patriarchy

  1. zorroprimo says:

    BRAVO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Bwana Simba says:

    Speaking of men becoming powerful bill clinton back in the day was just another hippie and hillary clinton was always ugly as hell even in her youth. Just like obama before he had power he had to settle for an ugly and entitled chick but when he got the presidency/ political power he was able to get all the ladies he wanted.

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