Thursday, October 21, 2010

From Roissy
  • Rollo Tomassi: This is the essence of the male double standard, the male Catch-22: for a man to publicly chastise a woman’s infidelity he becomes less of a man, but a woman becomes a hero for doing so. The feminization of the past 60 years has built in the perfect Catch-22 social convention for anything masculine; The expectation to assume the responsibilities of being a man while at the same time denigrating masculinity. What ever aspect of maleness that serves the feminine purpose is a man’s masculine responsibility, yet any aspect that disagrees with feminine primacy is labeled patriarchy and oppressive. Essentially this convention keeps beta males in a perpetual state of chasing their own tails.
  • David Collard: If you are a man and you act soft, you will be mocked. If you are a man and you act hard, you will be denigrated. After a while, you realise that you might as well say and do what you feel happiest doing. People will always complain. (This is the point of Aesop’s fable of the father, the son and the donkey). Women have a sneaking admiration for a man who behaves in a patriarchal manner and expresses “chauvinistic” sentiments. I do this most of the time at home, and my wife and daughter still seem to love me and hold me in respect. I have noticed this even on the Internet. Women respond well to a man who doesn’t mind being a man. The point of Roissy minus the abuse and the filth. Add ‘a well-formed Catholic conscience making you happy’ and Bob’s your uncle.
  • There really is an underclass of less worthy people and an overclass of worthier people, just as there are sh*tty cultures and good cultures instead of a yippy skippy happy joy joy rainbow of multicultural relativity. Get used to it. No point railing against the brutal truth of this reality.

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