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jq747 • 5 years ago

#6 is probably the most powerful. The bedrock of Feminism (and by extension Cultural Marxism) is that women are just as genius as men. Whether or not that's true, the reality is, a woman will rely on her "decoration" rather than her smarts every time.. even if she doesn't have much decoration to begin with. This is especially true of 3rd wave feminism, which is white knighting and damsel-in-distress in all but name, and one of the major reasons I turned from Blue to Red.

Butterfly Effect • 5 years ago

I totally agree but I have my own theory about gender intelligence. Male intelligence is geared to create, innovate, and compete. Female intelligence is geared to exploit the hard work and innovation of men. Females do better in reward based constructs (school) where it's all about grades and girl power because they need constant affirmations and assurances while men thrive in competitive (business) constructs where its all about dedication and competition. Think of it in a bell curve sense, though. So it's not really about how intelligent each sex is but how that intelligence is naturally directed.

MattTarango • 5 years ago

Oscar Wilde said, satire is a mirror, in which the subject rarely recognize themselves. Which is very presumptuous. And which is why I am convinced, Oscar Wilde was not locked up so much for being gay, as for being a jerk. Kind of like OJ being locked up for life, for lesser offensives.

ng85 • 5 years ago

"Sure every now and again humanity will stumble across a Madame Curie. But some of these soft guys are hanging on every word of the resident indie rock slut like she’s the next Krishnamurti."

OUCH, this hits so close to home. As a musician in the local rock scene I used to do this all the time, and it's funny seeing dudes do it now - You freak out because a girl is wearing a Slayer shirt but she can't even name one of their songs, or she listens to Top 40 when she's alone.

Side note: Local music scenes are where the attention whores and sluts go. These are usually girls who can't hold up against hot girls in a typical club, but they look like 10s compared to the trolls in the music scene. And since the gender ratio is usually like 9 guys for every 1 girl they get extra attention. I've also found in my local scene that if you see a girl and ask a friend who she is then you'll usually find out she fucked at least one guy you know. They're good for pump and dumps and that's about it - Nothing like taking one on a date to a show or bar you both frequent and she seems to know every guy there and you get the hint she's fucked at least one.

Mark Siegel • 5 years ago

11. "The history of women is the history of the worst form of tyranny the world has ever known - the tyranny of the weak over the strong. It is the only tyranny that lasts."

No Ma'am • 5 years ago
Even if 50% are tainted by the feminist scourge, that means there are still many traditional women to choose from.

Ha! 50%? Try 95%...

G.T. Onizuka • 5 years ago

And those that don't appear tainted join the cause after you married them,
Get ready for the divorce rape. The only way to win this game is to not participate.

Cyberena • 5 years ago

I think I understand now why men in the past beat up their wives.....

OceanSon • 5 years ago

Wilde and Voltaire keep delivering timeless and "uncomfortable" truth about the human (and in this article's case, female) condition long after their deaths, and as a result they never die. It's like Mozart or Bach...they never quite left us, because they live on as "music." Great ideas and thinkers immortal.

Bell Bottom Blues • 5 years ago

“Now, now my good man, this is no time to be making enemies."
(Voltaire on his deathbed in response to a priest asking him that he renounce Satan.)
― Voltaire

Lil RED 🐾 • 5 years ago

Anywhere where there's a gathering of men having a good time,
there will always be a woman lurking and trying to influence the group.
Cunning creatures. I bet there's a few lurking in here. Show yourselves.

Bell Bottom Blues • 5 years ago

“Women have a much better time than men in this world; there are far more things forbidden to them.”
― Oscar Wilde

Rob Banks • 5 years ago

“Women spoil every romance by trying to make it last forever”

So is he saying that women shouldn't want a relationship to last forever, and should instead jump from cock to cock their whole lives?

G.T. Onizuka • 5 years ago

Women generally aren't interested in men after fertility ends.
So their whole lives in your context would be after 40.
Three romantic relationships (7-8 years each) between 15 and 40 would seem to be about right to me.
Then they can buy some cats.

Rob Banks • 5 years ago

So if you had a daughter, you'd prefer she had several 7-8 year relationships instead of getting married (and staying married) to one man?

Guest • 5 years ago
Rob Banks • 5 years ago

You're calling your own daughter a cunt?

If she really is a "total cunt," that's a reflection on you, man.

I call troll.

Also, you claim you have a 32-year-old daughter (which would put you in your 50s or 60s) and you have an anime avatar?

I sure hope you're a troll.

Guest • 5 years ago
Rob Banks • 5 years ago

Your brother won't be in a room with his own daughter because he's afraid she'll accuse him of rape? Suuure.


G.T. Onizuka • 5 years ago

Blocking trolls is easy, I've just done it to you. Along with deleting all replies to you.

Rob Banks • 5 years ago


Bell Bottom Blues • 5 years ago

“One should always be in love. That's the reason one should never marry.”
― Oscar Wilde

cinder ella • 5 years ago

I think that once the romance part is finished, the really hard work begins.

G.T. Onizuka • 5 years ago

Well after the romance is over you can,
1 Keep them on as babysitters, while you go out and fuck whores or
2 Move on, rinse and repeat.

cinder ella • 5 years ago

How about just moving on and not involving innocent children

G.T. Onizuka • 5 years ago

Children need a mother and a father ...... no matter what you think of each other.

cinder ella • 5 years ago

Yes, these children, need dysfunctional parents so they can be future inmates. Sounds like job security to me. Carry on!

G.T. Onizuka • 5 years ago

Well, your view won the day with me and my 4 English kids, they ended up having a single mom and living on welfare. After the divorce I didn't ever bother to see or contact them again (nearly 10 years now). 2 of them tried to contact me last year, I didn't bother, no need for me to waste any time with people who have lived with and supported the enemy. Fuck 'em, they (wife and children) were easily replaced.

cinder ella • 5 years ago

So, how did your kids turn out or are turning out?

G.T. Onizuka • 5 years ago

Dunno, haven't seen them. Don't care.

P.A. Beaulieu • 5 years ago

#3... #3... I wish I could have understood this 25 years ago. My life would not have been the same!

Dom De Plume • 5 years ago

I think all men have a gay side. I had my first experience last night, wasnt too bad

Chip Baskets • 5 years ago


Dom De Plume • 5 years ago

I didnt let him blo me until 12:01am, so the joke was on him

Morrison • 5 years ago

"Always keep learning. One can find inspiration at all points in life from various sources. Better your mind, better your body, and continue to be the best man you can be"

Indeed. Any young boy growing up in the feminist narrative will be told the opposite - he'll be told indirectly but powerfully that his reason for being is to be a slave to a female.

Thanks for posting. The more one looks back to the past the more realizes the true nature of women is not a result of the high tech dystopia shit hole which we have dug for ourselves, but rather women have always been who they are.

Bell Bottom Blues • 5 years ago

“Expose yourself to your deepest fear; after that, fear has no power, and the fear of freedom shrinks and vanishes. You are free.”
― Jim Morrison

Morrison • 5 years ago

Yawn..... do fuck off to the kitchen.

Bell Bottom Blues • 5 years ago

“Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask, and he will tell you the truth.”
― Oscar Wilde

Luke Stranahan • 5 years ago

"The more one looks back to the past the more realizes the true nature of
women is not a result of the high tech dystopia shit hole which we have
dug for ourselves, but rather women have always been who they are."

Damn, that's deep. And depressing.

mikediver • 5 years ago

The truth will set you free. You won't like the truth, and it will be depressing, but you will be free. The truth itself is not free; usually coming at a steep price, not necessarily in cash. However, the price of continuing ignorance is also quite high.

Justfreedom • 5 years ago

Driving supercars at high rates of speed on winding mountain roads while risking death and the law is more fulfilling than any woman I have ever met.

Bell Bottom Blues • 5 years ago

“An idea that is not dangerous is unworthy of being called an idea at all.”
― Oscar Wilde

Marshallaw • 5 years ago

For all his wit and wisdom Oscar liked to watch Alfred Douglas bumming rent boys.....patron saint of the gays apparently....

DrewTexan • 5 years ago

Years ago when I first read Oscar Wilde I found him profound, sincere, and deeply spiritual. I never met a practicing homosexual remotely like that. So I read what I could about the proof he was gay in our currrent understanding and found out that during all those famous trials, whenever asked the ultimate question of whether he committed sex/sodomy acts with another man, he always denied it. Of course today's historians dismiss this as Wilde simply saving his own skin. Further, he had this to say:

---“The Love that dare not speak its name” in this century is such a great affection of an elder for a younger man as there was between David and Jonathan. […] It is that deep, spiritual affection that is as pure as it is perfect. […] It is in this century misunderstood, so much misunderstood that it may be described as the “Love that dare not speak its name,” and on account of it I am placed where I am now. It is beautiful, it is fine, it is the noblest form of affection. There is nothing unnatural about it. It is intellectual, and it repeatedly exists between an elder and a younger man, when the elder man has intellect, and the young man has all the joy, hope and glamour of life before him. That it should be so the world does not understand. The world mocks it and sometimes puts one in the pillory for it.---

Bell Bottom Blues • 5 years ago

“I have grown to love secrecy. It seems to be the one thing that can make modern life mysterious or marvelous to us. The commonest thing is delightful if only one hides it.”
― Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray

Marshallaw • 5 years ago

Yes I read that years ago. As someone once said "the love that dare not speak it's name just won't shut the fuck up now!"

SOL • 5 years ago

#9 is the best one...

Martin • 5 years ago

As I hit my 40s and had kids and my testosterone levels dropped enough for me to think straight so many of the affectations smoke and mirrors that used to fascinate me about women - the heels paint perfume and push up bras - became ineffective and I saw them as they are.
I guess gays are a step ahead in that department, except they envy women this.
If you want a 19th century gay guy who saw women with laser-accuracy check out Somerset Maugham. He wrote volumes of short stories that are genius.

Bell Bottom Blues • 5 years ago

“They’re like little boys, men. Sometimes of course they’re rather naughty and you have to pretend to be angry with them. They attach so much importance to such entirely unimportant things that it’s really touching. And they’re so helpless. Have you never nursed a man when he’s ill? It wrings your heart. It’s just like a dog or a horse. They haven’t got the sense to come in out of the rain, poor darlings. They have all the charming qualities that accompany general incompetence. They’re sweet and good and silly, and tiresome and selfish. You can’t help liking them, they’re so ingenuous, and so simple. They have no complexity or finesse. I think they’re sweet, but it’s absurd to take them seriously.”
― W. Somerset Maugham, The Constant Wife

OceanSon • 5 years ago

"The Razor's Edge" was excellent...hypergamy deconstructed.