Article: On “Choice” Feminism and Internalized Misogyny

tteclod:

Here’s a question, and honestly, I’m not trolling. Answer, ignore, delete, whatever.

If feminism appears to be the mode civilization takes when men relinquish sole control of society and permit women equal opportunity, and we conclude feminism destroys civilizations, then do we also conclude that women, at the aggregate, aren’t equipped with qualities required to support civilization?

I say this because the feminist arguments are slowly eroding my opinion that women are competent members of society deserving respect, even for any particular individual woman.

Originally posted on Philosophies of a Disenchanted Scholar:

I was looking for something else and this is….. something. I don’t even.

http://everydayfeminism.com/2014/07/choice-feminism-internalized-misogyny/

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Internalized misogyny is the “involuntary internalization by women of the sexist messages that are present in their societies and culture.”

Basically, that means that we hold misogynistic ideas ourselves, even though we are women. It’s involuntary….

For example, think about the ways in which men and women sit differently in Western society. Just take a look around you and observe on a train, in a doctor’s office, or even a restaurant, if you can’t think of any differences.

You’ll probably notice that men tend to sit widely, with their legs open, and women tend to sit with their legs crossed or together.

Why is this? Obviously women aren’t born with the instinct to sit with their legs together, nor are men born with the instinct to sit with their legs apart. It’s socialization.

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Sex Code

tteclod:

“Since sex no longer leads to pregnancy, [men must invent] creative… ways to leave an impact on a woman (and women need to feel more of an “impact” from their man, since they aren’t actually having his child anymore.) This is what leads to perversion.”

Perhaps we ought come full-circle and reintroduce the ultimate perversion in a world where good is evil and evil is good: fertile sex. “Eww! They’re making babies!”

Originally posted on Hipster Racist:

http://www.radixjournal.com/journal/2014/10/16/girls-on-film

1. “Blacks on blondes” porn is bought by white men. It’s a form of cuckold fetish, which has its root in sperm competition; it’s also why the “money shot” is found in porn. I hate to say it, but the cuckold fetish seems awfully strong with quite a few racist anti-black whites. Make of that what you will, the long screeds about how white women just love them some big black cock. Oh really?

2. The idea that porn inevitably leads to BDSM – that BDSM is the “final perversion” – is so silly as to be laughable. You’re scared to spank your wife, we get it, but trust me many of us aren’t. It’s the same people that see a picture of a fully clothed woman in handcuffs and think it’s “porn” – scared of their own reaction, one suspects. “Damsel in Distress” is universal human trope, and…

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Serious and Not-So-Serious Rape: A Case Study in Black Magic

tteclod:

A must-read essay by Bryce.

Originally posted on Anarcho Papist:

With the expansion of the legal definition of rape in California to include all instances in which consent was not, or could not, be affirmatively gained at each and every point in the progression of a sexual encounter, the willingness of men to exercise concern whenever a woman claims to be raped shall diminish even further. Leaving aside the obvious replies of women to the fact that male credulity is, surprisingly, not infinite, to men the reality is quite obvious. Very quickly, raise your hands if you’ve ever been on a date with a girl who said she had been raped in the past. Keep them up if she went to the cops.

That is the difference between serious and not-so-serious rape. In the past with a much stricter and rigorous definition of rape, rape might have always been serious, but with the expansion of the use of ‘rape’ to…

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Marry Fuck Kill

tteclod:

Two bits of wisdom from Hipster Racist for the tome of Dark Enlightenment

“…we had a highly visible group of upper class, educated women that ran [the abortion clinic] Planned Parenthood and existed precisely to make sure that [low value] girls… didn’t actually reproduce.”

and

“Girls just wanna have fun, and now thanks to birth control, the boys and girls could. So, when choosing between different girls – since family formation was off the table – it became [a choice based upon] which girl sucked dick better…. that’s [not] what [the abortion clinics] Planned Parenthood and the [feminist sexual liberation] Birth Control movement had in mind.”

Originally posted on Hipster Racist:

Henry Kissinger was asked what his job really was, what did it mean to be a “consultant” to the ruling class. Kissinger said his job was simple, he took the needs and interests of his clients, and articulated those needs and interests into an agenda that could be enacted.

Read it twice, it is a bit more subtle than it might appear on the surface.

I’ve always thought of myself as a natural negotiator. I was always the guy stopping fights and arguments, always the referee making sure people played fair. I like to think I have a fairly high level of emotional intelligence and I have an overabundance of empathy. Some of the women commenters are probably rolling their eyes, but if I sound like some mean misogynist online, trust me, in real life I’m considered quite charming.

So once, Ryu claimed that I was “the best White Nationalist…

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Democracy Failure Mode: Demagoguery

tteclod:

The Roman Catholic Church is part of the Cathedral and another ghoul gnawing on the rotting corpse of civilization. Regrettably, we are obliged to build anew Frankenstein’s monster from the disparate and dispersed corpses of many great civilizations scattered across our globe. Fortunately for us, there is much sinew, bone, and blood from which to stitch our new monster and the Cathedral has inadvertently provided us the tools necessary to bring life to our creation by scattering real data and discoveries among the lies and obfuscations.

http://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2014/09/25/georgia-on-my-mind-refugee-numbers-up-foreign-born-numbers-up-and-catholic-bishops-lecture/

Originally posted on iParallax:

[By the time I had written Section IV, I had to concede most of this post summarizes, abridges, and adds on to parts of An Open  Letter to an Open Minded Progressive.  Also, it took until Section V to actually get to my thesis.]

“A lie can travel halfway round the world while the truth is putting on its shoes.” – often attributed to Mark Twain

“If you repeat a lie often enough, it becomes the truth.” – often attributed to Joseph Goebbels

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A while ago I wrote about a moment when a friend described my research for my blog posts as “sitting in his living room.”  That wasn’t the first time I had thought about the amateur nature of my writing, and it won’t be my last.  I suspect most of my fellow bloggers are in a similar position; smart, reflective, and not credentialed in any way in…

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Progress, Process, and Dead White Males

tteclod:

Well-thought examination of modern power-structures and a concise explanation of the Dark Enlightenment’s discovery that hereditary monarchy has benefits.

Originally posted on iParallax:

[Going to tie a few seemingly unconnected thoughts together here.  Buckle up.]

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In middle school, I had a history class that began with some historiography.  We learned about different ways history had been portrayed and understood.  The gist was that the Great Man Theory of history, in which powerful, capable individuals were the force which led their peoples to their destinies, was outmoded.  In its place, modern historians looked at historical events as confluences of many events, situations, conditions, etc, and this was more scientific, accurate, and meaningful history.

Tied into this was discussions of variations on the theme of divine right to rule, of which I remember precisely three concepts: traditional Western divine right, and the Chinese concepts of Mandate of Heaven and Filial Piety.  These tied back into the historiography in that these three concepts provided socio-religious explanations for a certain power structure, just as…

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