I remember the first moment I considered the nature vs. nurture debate. My biology high school teacher, a male, who naturally, due to his maleness, made me look up to him in a way I couldn’t with any of my female teachers, asked us, “what is it that makes us who we are? Is is nature, or is it nurture?”
I pondered this question purely philosophically at first. I must have been 17 years old. I think kids today are much smarter, or they’re growing up more quickly, because I’m feel that now it seems like quite an advanced age to consider such as primordial philosophical question.
I came to the conclusion that both nature and nurture made us who we are. But I had no idea yet how much each contributed to our personalities. I still don’t know for sure, and some have questioned where my traditional views on relationships come from. Was it from having Indian parents? Well, now that I’m older and wiser, as well as more educated, I have understood the following.
The question of what influences us, depends on what part of us we’re considering. Of course, making broad generalizations isn’t scientific or philosophical. Herein, we are interested in what some call gender roles, but what I call a natural order, masculinity, femininity, and the lack thereof of those two particulars in our daily existence.
On a man’s masculinity–is it self-taught, ingrained since birth, or cultural? Your opinion on this matter puts you into two different categories: the naturalists, and the unnaturalists. This is of course my terms for denoting those who are connected to their human instincts, and those whose instincts have been uprooted by evil feminist agendas. See below for an example of the latter.
Masculinity, unlike say, your preference for video games, cannot come purely from culture. A culture of consumerism, human development, modernization and industrialization, will differ drastically from cultures that live more “simply” (of course, the “simple” life is actually very rich for the traditional-thinking individual, but in modern societies, is cast down as inferior, or primitive). Video games are cultural. The TV shows you watch are cultural. There is variation in different cultures.
Gender roles however aren’t cultural. We don’t see much variation in gender roles. If we did, we could certainly argue that our preferences are what creates them. As an agnostic, I’ve come to consider that perhaps God did create some natural order, if gender roles are practiced by people with such varying faiths and ideologies. Although cultural differences in faith exist, there is no such thing as a cultural difference in maleness, or masculinity.
Therefore, nothing about being a masculine leader is cultural. It’s a biological imperative. I would go as far as to say every man deserves the right to become a leader, since it is good for him.
Can You Make Your Partner More Masculine? Yes, Sort of.
I’ve noticed more women asking if it is possible to help their current partner become more masculine. See the image below, taken from a follower of mine on Twitter, who I recommend studying.
I would ask this female many questions. But that is beside the point. She’s not the only female with this wish as you can see from the DM I received the other day below.
She summarizes her question after this message:
Aha. We return, to the question of nature. Should she wait for a man to carry these traits naturally? Or can she teach him.
The woman in the first picture most likely had the right idea. She encouraged the man, by attempting to be more feminine and submissive. To take the back seat and let him come forward. It is most likely that he is scared and does not know what to do. Or, he has accepted his fate as a beta male in life and sees no need to be a conqueror. And if the female was on birth control when she selected him as a mate, it’s possible she chose the inferior male.
I will explain shortly why I use such harsh and demeaning language (other than the fact that you’re a sissy lunatic if you thought it was offensive).
The second woman, a viewer, made the mistake of criticizing her partner, which naturally, caused him to feel under appreciated. It’s possible her criticism was a blow to his ego as well. masculine man cannot be told by a woman how to behave. That goes against the natural order of him being the authority. He is the dominant one, and you have a say, but he has the final say.
I used to be very uncomfortable with this idea. I thought I was supposed to be nice. But I realized not only was I tasked in life to be on a mission and win important battles, I had to fight my own partner sometimes, in a decent and respectable way. And part of that fight is by simply having a spine.
If you are an ultra-sensitive snowflake female, you might think it’s ridiculous that a man has to fight a woman mentally in order to have a dominant edge. But that’s why women nag. They nag away to try to fight back and test him. They beg to be put in their place by a strong man. Calamitously however, they don’t know that they’re doing this, and men don’t realize they need to pass her test much of the time. In fact, I have to deal with this in my female viewers when I read their comments and messages. It’s exhausting, which is why I do not engage, as I only have time to deal with one nagging woman in my life, and that is my wonderful partner.
Thus, when the law interferes with our relationships, or our parenting, there is a serious risk that the natural order of things will be disturbed. I’m not talking about domestic abuse. I’m talking about abuse of the feminist gynocracy that is castrating your male partner. It’s not his fucking fault. It’s most likely this feminist culture that is actively seeking to undermine the entirety of male existence. After all, everything I’m saying is toxic.
Men don’t need any more nagging. They need support. Admiration. Sensitivity. That is your gift. It is not his gift. His gift is to be a champion and you must encourage it in your partner. If you chose him when you weren’t on birth control, your DNA chose someone who was born to be a champion. Every man is, unless he is born to a sucker and raised by a feminist mom who wants him to believe in gender equality.
So how do ou encourage masculinity in your male partner? Have a conversation with him and bring up relationship dynamics subtly. Ask his opinion on the matter. Or talk about a couple you hear about on TV or through pop culture. Ask him if he thinks it’s OK for women work. “Should women work?” you ask jokingly. If he’s like me, he might think that yes it’s OK, but then when you show him that you’re questioning it, he can come forward into his masculine even more and be comfortable with taking the lead and making more decisions.
DO NOT criticize him, obviously. The viewer who DM’ed me accidentally criticized her partner. He didn’t take it well, which is actually beta and weak. A strong man takes criticism very well. But he still wouldn’t want to do as you please. He wants to do as he pleases and you are OK with that.
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