Monday, April 28, 2014
It's Women Who Have Objectified Themselves
Within the Man-O-Sphere the consensus is that the last thing women have to offer men that men still want is sex. All the other feminine qualities that were desirable to men are now extinct. This would also explain the sudden collapse of chivalry as well. Not that women were ever attracted to White Knights it's more that the penalties for banging and getting knocked up by the Bad Boys have been removed.
As a result of Institutionalized Feminism in society it no longer puts any restraints on female hypergamy. Young women are no longer competing for men who will be good to them and are rewarding, with sex, the men who are not. It doesn't take a masters degree in Anthropology with a minor in Rocket Science to predict the future behavior of young men under these circumstances.
Will the last White Knight to turn in his shining armor please turn out the lights?
Now, some chick within the FemBorg Collective is beginning to suspect that the sexual market value of women is rapidly declining as a result. What she doesn't understand is the correlation between supply and demand. The demand for sex along the entire male population is probably a little less than what it has been through out history but I would say it is still up there.
So the demand side from men really isn't the problem.
The problem is who women are supplying the sex too.
It isn't along the entire male population but maybe to 10 or 20 percent of males or those males women perceive as bad boys which I would say is a minority of men. It would be like America attempting to sell expensive oil to Saudi Arabia who already has plenty of quality oil which is next to nothing for them to obtain on their own.
But of course the solution isn't to sell the oil, to supply the sex to markets that would buy it. Oh no, that will never happen. The solution is to talk the Saudi's or the 10% of males into buying what they don't need and already have plenty of.
Women can reclaim power of sex through media
With women in media being more open about sex, and honest lyrics being written about harsh realities, it can seem like popular culture is on a downward ethical spiral. But with a closer look, perhaps perpetuating the discussion of sexuality in a way that young people can relate to will stop the perpetuation of negative actions.
Being a student in one of the most diverse cities in America, it’s natural to discuss, to argue, to discover differences in the people around us. This being said, I have never been one for sweeping issues under the rug or pretending that they don’t exist — no matter how sensitive they may be.
While there are still very poignant issues involving misogyny and degradation of women in pop culture (i.e. Robin Thicke’s song “I Know You Want It” — maybe I really don’t though), some of the biggest names in the business are digging up the tough issues and pining for a society filled with equality, or at the very least, understanding.
Beyoncé’s newest album XO does touch on hard hitting issues surrounding women’s qualms with body issues with “Flawless” and “Pretty Hurts,” but the most popular songs are overtly sexual with seemingly less significance other than entertainment. In her hit “Partition,” Beyoncé illustrates a scene with her husband Jay-Z, including all the dirty details of their sexual endeavors while the music video shows off her body, depicting her in bikini-like outfits and lingerie.
So how is Beyoncé helping feminism? The French interlude in “Partition” states, “Est-ce que tu aimes le sexe?.... Les hommes pensent que les femmes détestent le sexe, mais c’est une activité très stimulante et naturelle que les femmes adorent.” (Translation: Do you like sex?.... Men think that women hate sex, but it is a very stimulating and natural activity that women love.)
Beyoncé is putting the power of sex back into the hands of women. Most songs that speak of sex in such a blunt way are written by males and only objectify women. However, Beyoncé tells the truth behind sex, which strips the power away from the males that are using it as ammo against women.
Of course women love sex, that's obvious, women are all about sex. In fact they love sex so much it's all they got left but the problem isn't that men are using it as ammo against women. It's that women are shooting the majority of the ammo in the form of sex at a minority of men.
Beyoncé isn't putting the power of anything back in women's hands. That's your hamster telling you that. You and Beyoncé can talk all you want too about sex. If she doesn't put out for Jay Z or makes it more trouble than it's worth there are a million more like her that will.
Good luck with that.
MGTOW... Even if I was Jay Z because Beyoncé is going to shoot him some day when her hamster dies of a heart attack and her ego finally realizes she ain't all that.
at 12:16:00 AM