2767. Refresher Thoughts — 17


  1. This feminist motto has been around for decades and women now live it vigorously: “What men can do, women can do better.” The result of that and similar feminist-think is indifference toward men as valuable tools of society, dependable mates, and responsible family members. Indifference, being the opposite of love, women nevertheless spread it and expect their love to make up for any shortfalls to the female side of life. The impact on men returns to women as indifference for them as framers of cultural standards, social expectations, and permanent mates. Even worse, the feminist attitude that men are of limited usefulness leads to women being abandoned by their men, which is their inborn greatest fear.
  2. At her website, https://insanitybytes2.wordpress.com/2017/08/31/vagueity-vague-vague/, Insanitybytes22 made this statement in the comments section. “Somebody smart once said ‘what men fear the most is women’s indifference, but what women fear the most, is men’s fear.’” To which I add, women fear indifference—the opposite of love—from men. Yet, they shower their man’s significance—what he has done and can do—with indifference.
  3. Both sexes have one unique motivational force that overrides all others and lasts for life. After puberty, men are motivated to conquer attractive females. When each one yields, he has paid her price and so he owns their sexual agenda and his interest shifts toward a new target. Thus, men have a special sex drive for the unconquered and another for those already conquered. A mother’s love comes alive with each biological birth, lasts for life, and is as unique and motivationally powerful as the primal urge of men to conquer.
  4. Women need to be cherished, but men know little or nothing about womanly needs, especially how being cherished helps fulfill the female’s role as domestic partner.
  5. Individuals are born with free will to prosper themselves as they best see fit. Each is born to get their way associating with others, that is, competitively. Experience in life teaches when it’s possible, practical, unwise, and impossible to win the competition. It’s the essence of self-development, a process that lasts for life.

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4 responses to “2767. Refresher Thoughts — 17

  1. maria

    “When each one yields, he has paid her price and so he owns their sexual agenda and his interest shifts toward a new target”

    What does “he owns their sexual agenda” mean ?

    Your Highness Maria,
    In his mind he’s entitled for the asking or nearly so. The special hoops he had to jump through for conquest no longer apply; he paid her price.
    Guy

    • maria

      and when she refuses next time he ask what does he feel ? Is it possible to go back to what he thought about her before conquest or is it different ? does he just lose interest because he sees no challenge after even if she refuse ?

      Your Highness Maria,

      After conquest, he’s another man relative to her, and she’s another woman relative to him. Both change. Conquest confirms her potential as keeper, booty, or disposable. Her role in his life shifts.

      “and when she refuses next time he ask what does he feel?” If she’s worth any more of his effort, she has no right to expect more than just his presence.

      “Is it possible to go back to what he thought about her before conquest or is it different?” It’s pretty much the same. Conquest stands alone and monumental size. Based on their relationship thus far, he’s convicted that her potential in his life is either as keeper, booty, or throwaway. Post-conquest he treats her that way.

      “does he just lose interest because he sees no challenge after even if she refuse?” The challenge was met, he paid her price, and he has little else to earn. With these exceptions. Dump the throwaways. Charm booty into not dumping him. Continue testing a keeper as to his being satisfied with her filling the roles of a mate.

      The groundwork for all the above was laid pre-conquest. Except in the rare event of love at first sight, a man’s devotion to a keeper develops from her earning his respect by refusing to be conquered.

      Guy

      • maria

        ok i understand thank you for your response, is it possible for him to regret ? that he made a mistake ?
        I mean if he takes someone as throwaway, can he regret after and think that she is a keeper or are those keeper, booty, thowaway set in stone and never change no matter what we do ?

        Your Highness Maria,

        A man may want to convert a throwaway to booty or booty to keeper. But, the record on which such a decision is made is largely the result of what happened and how he liked relating to her before conquest. Is she likeable enough to be around and does being with her satisfy him with himself either for sex, togetherness, or both.

        For the most part, however, what he reveals after conquest is what’s in his heart. So wishing he would return is very counterproductive.

        Guy

  2. zipporah

    I’m seeing women lately on YouTube apologizing about how they treated men.
    with radical feminism.
    It sounds pitiful, but guys wrote under it about being MGTOW.
    THEIR symbol IMO looks like an erection disguised as a road.
    They aren’t giving up on certain women just ones who want commitment

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