I was recently invited to participate in a show called ‘An Imperfect Union,’ where two people with opposing viewpoints have a conversation. I spoke with a feminist, whose views seemed to come straight from a women’s studies course. After our conversation, I was even more concerned that what is being taught at universities is worse than I previously thought.
I took a women’s studies course once I told Reina, the other guest in this episode (here’s her Twitter). I told her I received an A- to show her that I kind of understand her, but mostly just to brag about something meaningless. I remember going into that classroom for the first time believing that the women there weren’t going to be friendly. “They’re probably all lesbians” I thought to myself six years ago, before a statement like that would be considered hate speech.
I did try striking up conversations with a few women, but they did not seem receptive so I focused my efforts elsewhere.* Most had a frown on their face, dressed funny (at the time it was considered alternative but now it’s mainstream to look like those women did) and definitely did not seem friendly. As Reina admits in this episode “yes we are angry.” Being a victim of sexual abuse or domestic violence can indeed make women angry. The issue is that their anger has created a wave of women who are disconnected from their nature, and aren’t living life to the fullest as a result.
*One male viewer of mine told me he enjoyed playing pranks on women in these courses. He would pretend to be agreeable and would sleep with them. But then he would scare them and claim that he did not give consent. It scared them, but likely just confused them because they weren’t used to being seen as sexual criminals. So it is possible to date these women. But I recommend that for your mental health you only date feminine women, who you won’t find in women’s studies courses too frequently.
My YouTube channel has received considerable attention from women who are concerned that behaving in ways that are too masculine could harm their love life. They are also concerned for their own well being, as putting up the facade of the career-woman-lady-boss is emotionally exhausting. Feminine women prefer the man to take the lead. They don’t want to be the President of the United States. They want to have children and serve their husbands.
Women have an instinct to listen to what a powerful and respectable man says. Men do not have this instinct towards women, which explains why mansplaining became a term. Women with penis-envy created it to guilt-trip the masses into treating them as equals when they are not, which brings me to the subject of this post.
Women in general aren’t as free-thinking as men are. The brightest minds belong to men. Women can be bright too, but due to their emotional volatility, they cannot stay focused for as long as men. Thus, despite having intelligence, they cannot access it as well as men can. In some situations, this might even be an advantage, as emotions can inform women in productive ways. But if you want to have an intelligent conversation, even with an intelligent woman, you will still have to understand her emotional side and manipulate it in order to gain her trust.
I bring this up because when colleges increase the amount of women in the classroom, they are brainwashing more of the population. I suspect one reason why women are graduating from universities at a higher rate than men is because women are designed to follow, and men are designed to lead. Universities do not create a culture of true leadership. Men are expelled for voicing their opinions (an example of leading) and are forced to comply or move elsewhere. Women are rewarded just for being a woman and are offered scholarships, women’s only spaces, and numerous support groups, and an entire culture that celebrates their success. With this amount of support, they might be even more motivated to believe everything they are told.
What this means is that there are many women just like Reina Gattuso, who haven’t critically assessed their own talking points, but rather, have simply accepted them as fact, due to the ubiquitous push for women’s rights across the entire globe. In this series of posts, I will explain how women who inherited feminist beliefs can reclaim their femininity.
Step 1: Check In With Yourself
The reason indoctrination exists is because the ideas being force-fed to society are unnatural. They aren’t the truth and we intuitively know it. Here are two simply questions you can ask yourself to assess if your beliefs are correct and in line with nature’s thinking.
If you are a woman, ask yourself: do you like the stresses of a career? Or would you prefer to have a family?
If you are a man, ask yourself: do you enjoy being with a woman who is more focused on work than on building a family with you?
No man, including even a feminist (a biologically male feminist), would prefer that women put their careers over him. It doesn’t feel as good to be in this person’s company compared to a woman who will put you first—A woman who wants to bear your children and serve you, rather than herself.If you are a woman, ask yourself: do you like the stresses of a career? Or would you prefer to have a family? Click To Tweet
The picture above is a direct message on Instagram from a female viewer who thanked me for my content. I have reached over a million female viewers over the past several months, and although many don’t agree with me, I have known this entire time that feminine women would likely be receptive to what I say, because I have a critical attitude that is a common masculine trait. It is a law of nature for them to respect and listen to a masculine man who tells them the truth and isn’t trying to appease them.*
*I used to be afraid of criticizing women. But as I got more comfortable with it in my personal life, I saw its value and saw the results of doing it on YouTube as well.
Let’s analyze my viewer’s comment more critically now. First, she says that focusing on her career attracted the wrong men. She says:
Me acting dominant, cold and assertive (which I thought was the best way of acting to prove myself) only resulted in attracting weak, immature and irresponsible men, no matter where I went…
Women’s primary concern here is finding a relationships they are happy in. Many masculinized feminists feel unsatisfied in a relationships because the men who are tolerant enough to date these women are more of a pushover in a classic sense. They’re just trying to be helpful to you, but you are so demanding that you end up unsatisfied because you secretly want him to take charge and just dominate you.
That’s why I told Reina in our chat that women want to be dominated by men. She took offense to this and told me that this is a common excuse for sexual violence. I completely disagree as this domination has to do with a man taking the lead and the woman being submissive and listening to him. There’s no violence there—it’s just how men and women are generally meant to bond, sexually. It’s a law of nature and women respect and are attracted to dominant men.*
*By dominant, I’m not talking about the stereotypical muscled beast who is violent. Portraying dominant men as violent, physical beasts is short-sighted and harmful. Dominance has to do with the way a man carries himself and earns the respect of others. He could be smiling incessantly and be a dominant man.
After her last date with a soy boy, she had enough and decided that she needed to be feminine. I wonder what the last straw for her was. Probably some guy with a moustache that ordered an almond vanilla soy latte. After she reverted back to her true nature, she immediately began attracting masculine men. It’s important to realize our attraction isn’t very conscious. So when we notice changes like this, it’s due to some deep-seated biological force that will not ever change. It can only be suppressed by religious beliefs (atheism, leftism and feminism together in this case is the religion) and hormone therapy (as in the case of female to male transgender persons).
Most certainly I took it as a compliment that she then placed me and Jordan Peterson in the same sentence. But it is true that there aren’t many men who inadvertently give women relationship advice while discussing the destructive nature of feminism. I did not intend to give women relationship advice by criticizing feminism, but I see now why it happened: it is a priority to find a masculine man, and not finding one is one of their biggest fears/insecurities.*
*I would like to add that this viewer is not the only one who has reported that reverting back to being feminine has attracted more masculine men. Another woman on my private Snapchat had the same issue and she is now getting close to finding her life partner. There was another viewer from the Middle East who discovered the same thing after watching my videos and thanked me for it. Further, I would like to add that one of my female viewers who I spoke to over a video call (only because she and I have shared interests in alternative/non-conventional medicine) told me that it is her priority to find a masculine man, above working on her career. That’s when it clicked and I realized that this is likely true for all the women asking me this question. Sometimes people may wonder where my information comes from. I always have a story to back it up, but there are likely exceptions to every rule. However, in this case, I feel that it is an instinct for women to pair with one masculine man. It is her notion of success in life. I learned that from my interview with Georgia Free, who explained to me why marriage appeals to women.
Below is another DM I received from a viewer back in February. She joined my private Snapchat to test out the service before I launched it. I offer people the chance to ask me direct questions pertaining to their life there.
She starts out by explaining that her feminist brainwashing began early and it affected her relationships. She saw her father cheat on her mother and this solidified the importance of being independent and being able to provide for yourself after a divorce, a very legitimate concern I’ve learned about from viewer feedback. She also clearly mentions that she knew that she preferred being feminine over maintaining the feminist facade she grew accustomed to. She preferred girly clothes and being provided for by a man (her nature).
But this caused them to leave her. Not because they’re intimidated by her. But because they’re not attracted to her.
She continues that her goal is to find a good man in her life. After she joined my private Snapchat she admitted that she just got dumped by a guy because she kept being bossy and domineering, hoping that he would act even more aggressive, but it had the opposite effect. She wanted to feel better about herself and stop screwing up. It was great of her to admit that she could have been in the wrong. How many women today always blame the man? It took me a while to understand what my viewer was saying but I had heard about this phenomenon before and eventually put together the pieces. Here’s how it works.She also clearly mentions that she knew that she preferred being feminine over maintaining the feminist facade she grew accustomed to. She preferred girly clothes and being provided for by a man. Click To Tweet
First a woman seeks attention. She might nag or complain about something to get this attention from you. She demands that you take charge and solve the problem and make her feel better. This is normal behavior for a feminine woman. What does the man do? He addresses it. He might be annoyed and complain that she complains too much. But he rises up to the challenge and quiets her down.
The feminist takes this further by acting more and more unpleasant. The man does one of three things:
- He becomes upset, seeing how difficult this situation is to deal with, and may even get angry. The feminist is turned on by this, because she knows her power. Ultimately she just wants him to put her in her place. He doesn’t realize this, but does it anyway, wishing it didn’t have to be that difficult.
- He is fed up with this, so just obeys her command. She is pleased on one level, but unsatisfied because she wanted more of a fight. More of a display of dominance. She wanted him to say ‘I own you’ but he refused because he doesn’t have the energy anymore.
- He gives up completely and abandons the relationship.
All women perform this behavior. Some describe it as a shit test. Whatever the case, it is perfectly normal and healthy. It becomes dysfunctional when women are caught in limbo, grappling with their masculinized identity.
In this state they want to be more masculine and dominant but they are fighting their nature and realize they actually want to be even more submissive. It’s why men report that these women are often ‘freaks’ in bed, because they have an unhealthy relationship with their true desire. The more they try to separate themselves from their femininity, the more they want to be dominated by a man.
Many of these ideas will shock readers. They may seem unfamiliar and even cold. But I wouldn’t believe them unless my own female viewers and of course my own experience and that of my friends and peers corroborated them. I believe everything that has been presented here is the truth as I know it. And it’s not something you will learn about in a women’s studies course.
Of course, I like to joke that I am a women’s studies expert. This is because what is taught in these courses is a belief system, and for whatever reason the graduates of these programs make the choice to be cynical victims. I wouldn’t argue that it’s a conscious choice. It’s a brainwashing.
The biggest defense we have to this societal indoctrination is nature. Our natures weren’t meant to be the way society wants us to be. Of course, there is a middle ground somewhere and that’s the ideal place to be as a modern person with traditional values (for most people this is the most feasible option).
The current paradigm does not honor our instincts, and actively works to eradicate it, in order to create more independent, strong women, who have no intention of starting a family anytime soon. In part two we’ll explore how to embrace femininity.
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