Friday, May 24, 2013

Why Roissy, again

Judge373 writes:
I don't understand why you read the trash produced by Roissy.
Because he tells the unvarnished truth about human sexuality, as part of fallen human nature, and human biodiversity (groups on average aren’t equal). Because of that, beneath the amoral bluster, he’s profoundly conservative, as the Anti-Gnostic says. (One of his points: what’s good for players, the sexual revolution, isn’t good for society in the long run.)

His message is a splash of cold water in the face trying to wake up two kinds of well-meaning nice guys, who are related: conservative Christian white knights like you seem to be, and their politically correct, peer-pressure liberal cousins who now dominate the culture (they’re Christian heretics, a ripoff of Christianity). The guys who do everything mainstream society, including the conservative churches, tells them about trying to be nice, pedestalize women because of their God-given love for them, and wonder why they end up alone.

If your vocation isn’t to celibacy, you’ve got a choice: trip the porn faptastic or listen to him.


  1. "conservative Christian white knights like you seem to be"

    You don't know anything about me, so stop presuming.

    Roissy's demonic, female-hating bullshit built on dubious evolutionary psychology is not at all worth listening to.

  2. Oh, and I've got a name for married guys who pay attention to Roissy's "theories" — divorced.

  3. One conservative friend of mine described the attraction of Roissy as "it's a little like how conservatives like Nietzsche. Seems like the realistic approach given different premises. SoCons see liberals destruction of civilization and say 'Rage, rage against the dying of the light' while Roissy says this is going to be the best fiddle music you have ever heard in your life.'"


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