1965. Compatibility Axioms #351-360


NOTE: I report only on social and domestic relations and not legal, political, or economic arrangements wrought by Feminism.
351. Feminism is the philosophy of envy of men, the creed of anger at men, and the gospel of politics-first over men. Its inherent virtue equalizes female unhappiness for those living with a man.
352. Feminist doctrine: Don’t listen to what men have to say about the female sex. They’re jealous, biased, and besides that they are the enemy. [127]
353. Feminists blame character flaws for men that cheat. Women who cheat, however, are not flawed; they are justified by the inequities of patriarchy.
354. Without non-prostitute women to provide sex to married men, lack of opportunity pressures husbands to remain physically faithful whether they like it or not. [127]
355. Feminists insist on equal sharing of housekeeping and childcare responsibilities. Equality to feminists means they get their way. The process of seeking it, however, weakens mutual devotion. Being impossible to mutually achieve, the drive for equality both causes and sustains friction in a relationship. [127]
356. Feminists listen only to women about both men and Feminism. They ignore its impact on the male nature and blame men for not acting as women say they should, would, or could. [127]
357. Feminists convince females to abandon old school maturity-before-sex in favor of new school sex-before-maturity. Men get what they want most. Women gain sexual freedom, but they lose much of their natural ability to hold onto a mate. [127]
358. Feminism teaches women to rationalize a superior role for females, celebrate their independence from men, and compete against their man. It justifies a self-centered competitive rather than an us-centered cooperative spirit. Filling such a role belittles a man’s sense of significance, the loss of which is his greatest fear and especially with his mate. [127]
359. Feminists actively honor sexual freedom. Men relish the proliferation of uncommitted sex, but the Marrying Man seeks something very different. [127]
360. Feminists claim female independence as a woman’s right. Men let them have it and feel relieved at the consequent watering down of family responsibility. [127]

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6 responses to “1965. Compatibility Axioms #351-360

  1. Highnessangel

    Hi sir,

    Great post! However I’m going to Only to offer my suggestion for 360. the last paragraph, in the second sentence there is a repeat of the word and. Not sure if it was a mistake. :)

    Your Highness Highnessangel,

    Thank you. I love it when pretty women report my editing mistakes. It’s fixed.

    Incidentally, welcome aboard. It’s a great day when another pretty woman joins us on this cruise to WhatWomenNeverHear.

    Guy

    • Highnessangel

      Dear sir,

      Sure thing! :) this post is never more handsome as the man who wrote it now ;). It’s my pleasure to be aboard!

      Sincerely, Highnessangel <3 ~

  2. ari

    This is awesome! Please keep writing. :) I am learning more each day.

  3. Cinnamon

    Feminists actively honor sexual freedom. Men relish the proliferation of uncommitted sex, but the Marrying Man seeks something very different.

    Sir Guy,

    Would you please comment on the phenomenon where a woman lives with a man for a long period of time but they break up by “mutual consent” but “remain very good friends” even after he is married to someone else? Assume in this case they stay in touch and even meet for dinner occasionally but do not have sex i.e. it is “just platonic”?

    Your Highness Cinnamon,

    Sure, they just like each other and enjoy company together. It’s more important than anything else.

    Red flag, however, if their time together and friendly relations take the form of complainant and listener mostly criticizing their current mate. if so, the complainant likes the listener’s ears more than them completely.

    Guy

    • Cinnamon

      Do you think this type of contact is disrespectful of the wife?

      If the wife thinks it is, is she wrong?

      Your Highness Cinnamon,
      Yes and no, respectively.
      Guy

      • Cinnamon

        How should a wife deal effectively with this type of situation? As a longtime student of WWNH I can imagine “confront him with her feelings” is a no-no.

        Your Highness Cinnamon,

        I agree about no-no. I have no advice but perhaps you might try this if it fits into your overall relationship situation.

        Gently and patiently find ways and plant seeds that you also could enjoy her company. Won’t he invite you to join them? What does the other lady think? His friends are your friends. IF they have fun together, you would like to enjoy it also.

        Don’t use this as an excuse to get invited but share it at other times that seem appropriate. Outside the process of trying to get yourself invited (hopefully), you may find a way to gently convey to him how a woman considers emotional fidelity as important as men consider physical faithfulness. He can share himself with two women but women can’t share their man with another. Does he forever expect you to have less than all of his interest?

        Don’t complain, don’t explain, and don’t whine if your ideas are rejected. Keep using your persuasive skills to slowly change his thinking with seed planting, hints, and feminine charm. Avoid letting him conclude that he’s not trusted; it’s the same as not respecting him.

        It’s not much to work with, but you may reach him someway someday.

        Guy

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