To some extent, I’m ready to embrace feminism now, at least with regard to Meshelle

People gave me a hard time, saying, it was my role to provide a better life for Meshelle, so she could stay home and have babies while I worked. But the fact is, she waited so long before making a serious attempt to have kids that she became infertile anyway. And she didn’t like sitting around the house doing nothing, so she wanted to enter the workforce.

The only thing is, women like to trade sex for money, in addition to whatever other work they do. So she’s now going to be able to do that. She wasn’t a virgin when she met me, so she didn’t really lose a lot of value by having sex with me. By coming to the U.S., she actually gained access to a lot of potential providers, compared to what was available in the Philippines.

So I actually did leave her better off. The only thing is, she didn’t need me once she had the green card, so at that point she dumped me, and used a false rape accusation to coerce me to sign off on the divorce papers. And the police went along with that, because they wanted her to expeditiously have that outcome that she was looking for, viz., cutting all ties with me and making that clean break and moving on.

She can take care of herself; she always has. I chose her for her ability to be self-sufficient. But my situation is a good example of what happens when you think you can get with a strong, independent woman and reverse the sex roles, and live as a househusband the way that a woman would be able to live as a housewife. It doesn’t work, except maybe if you’re Chad, because of the laws of supply and demand. Chads are higher than women, but women are higher than betas, in the socio-sexual hierarchy, and you ignore that at your own peril.

So that’s all there is to it. I don’t have to be subject to two sets of standards (both feminist and patriarchist); I can win by being subject only to the feminist set, aside from the fact that the feminist system would say that I’m guilty of rape because I was accused of rape.

It would’ve been better if the system hadn’t done that, but that’s between me and the system, not between me and Meshelle. Theoretically, if I haven’t done the time, then I shouldn’t have to do the crime, and thus I shouldn’t have to suffer the consequences of being under a cloud of suspicion if I didn’t actually rape her. I didn’t actually do anything wrong, other than let myself get scammed after some people suggested that maybe our setup wasn’t going to be the most conducive for a successful relationship.

See also my essay on the new penology.

Hey feminists, why are there so many more housewives than househusbands?

If the sexes are equal, then why don’t we see more situations where the wife is bringing home the bacon while the husband stays home with the kids? Why is the opposite much more common?

Why don’t women have to betabuxx? Why is it an option for them to get sex without having to work?

That’s what I would ask BuiQuang — are you an antifeminist? Because a consistent feminist would say there’s nothing wrong with a man staying home and being a househusband while the wife works.

Incels and pedophiles

The two movements are running into the same problem, which is that the system of free love is breaking down. Free love is based on the idea of, “What if the girl consents, tho?” Pedophilic free love is just a subset of that: “What if the LITTLE girl consents, tho?”

#MeToo is invalidating consent across the board, by allowing women to call into question whether they were truly able or willing to consent. And of course, anyone who doubts a rape allegation is a misogynist in the MeToo’ers view.

We have situations where the police are taking seriously allegations that a husband raped his wife, so that men can’t even use the argument, “What if the wife consents, tho” anymore. Already, of course, drunken sex has been categorized as rape, so that we can’t say, “What if the drunk girl consented, tho.”

So now we’re going to try to establish a legal principle based on the idea of, “What if the child consents, tho”? The politics are headed in the opposite direction, of considering everything victimization that used to be categorized as potentially consensual.

The only area in which the feminists have wanted to grant any wiggle room was in letting teen girls have sex with boys their own age. Since provisioning isn’t a factor in that situation, teen girls are mostly choosing sex partners based on looks, game, and other superficial qualities, which means it’s generally going to be Chad rather than the bottom 80% of teen boys who get sex.

But that’s pretty much how feminists want it, because their agenda is to keep girls in school, rather than setting them up with a older guy who’s going to provision for them. The feminists are not going to be cool with letting older men get with 3-year-old girls, because the two might fall in love and he might start provisioning for her, and encourage her to leave school.

The cornerstone of feminism is keeping girls in school so that they don’t end up in a situation where they’re financially dependent on a husband or boyfriend.

Millennials have the prosecutorial mindset

If you’ve been criminally prosecuted before, you know how the typical prosecutorial mindset is. They’re all about punishing people and upholding respect for the law. Judges will sometimes talk more about the need to protect the public (since it’s their ass on the line if you reoffend and people notice the fact that they gave you a light sentence); but prosecutors are focused more on making sure you get your just deserts for what you did.

Prosecutors don’t directly feed any children, or invent any new devices, or anything like that. They just punish the bad people so that the common man doesn’t get the idea that crime pays. Prosecution is intended to keep people from having the audacity to challenge the state’s authority, by letting them know that there will be harsh punishments for violations. The prosecutors don’t necessarily care if they make anyone’s life better by removing the bad man from society; they just want to make sure that the bad man doesn’t get away with anything.

The prosecutor wants the public to view the punishments as just so that he’ll have respect for the law and the state; but of course, what’s “fair” is a matter of opinion, so really he’s just catering to the masses’s sentiments. If the people were to get demoralized, believing the law to be unfair, they might rise up or something. Of course, the people might get demoralized too by believing that the law is too harsh, and want to fight back for that reason; but prosecutors have that Machiavellian mindset that it’s better to be feared than loved, so therefore it’s better to err on the side of being too harsh than not harsh enough.

Modern feminism is influenced by the millennial idea that it doesn’t matter if women are miserable, as long as men aren’t able to feel entitled to women’s bodies. An abstract ideal has been put ahead of practicality and women’s actual well-being (which was supposed to be the point of feminism; feminism was supposed to be a system that worked better than patriarchy).

Feminism supposedly is a system that’s better-suited to our advanced, information-age economy than “archaic” patriarchy, which like negro slavery, is no longer necessary or useful. The difference, though, is that before, negroes were useful for physical labor, while now they’re useful for nothing; while before, women were only useful for sex and raising kids, and now they’re still only useful for that. Yet, feminism has made them useful for even less than what they were useful for during the patriarchal era. They’re not even able to keep their fertility rate above the replacement rate.

Well anyway, here’s James Lucrative’s video about the millennial mentality:

Notice I didn’t have that attitude toward Meshelle

For awhile, after she left, I had that Trumpian attitude of, “She has to go back.” That was one reason I didn’t want to sign off on the divorce. I was going to make it harder for her to remove her immigration conditions, or make it take a longer time, anyway.

But a more powerful motivator was that I simply didn’t want to let go of sexual property that easily. As it turned out, the police worked with her to force me to sign the final decree, under threat of getting prosecuted for rape.

Anyway, my attitude is that it’s usually better to be selfish than vindictive, although there are a few exceptions. If you’re going to be vindictive, you should at least make sure that your cause is worthy.

I hope the tranquility and repose of my retirement won’t be disturbed

Unfortunately, feminists tend to be downright hostile toward all non-Chads. I mostly just want the foids to go away quietly and leave me alone. But, they usually feel the need to silence men who disagree with them (rather than merely ignore them), which would require me to take extra steps to secure my free speech, unless I’m just going to give up. That normally doesn’t happen, though.

holocaust21’s review of Falling Down

falling-down-michael-douglas-28477686-1280-527Black Pilled Review of Falling Down — holocaust21

Overall, I would score holocaust21’s review 4/5; it would’ve been 5/5 but he forgot to tie in the restaurant scene and explain how in our feminist society, men are stuck having to miss breakfast because they don’t have any housewife who’s going to have it ready in the morning for them when they get out of the shower. This causes men to experience fluctuating blood sugar levels (especially after consuming an ice-cold 50-cents Coke, with 39g of sugar, from the Asian convenience store), which potentially affects their emotions and decision-making, including their willingness (or lack thereof) to put up with society’s shit in general.

Probably also, the gang members who shot up the crowd on the sidewalk grew up without fathers, because their moms got impregnated by some Chad rather than being forced into an arranged marriage at a young age. This reminds me of how I once knew a Honduran dude whose parents both died of AIDS, so he ended up joining a gang after he came to the United States. He always lamented the absence of his parents, explaining how it gives a man a great advantage to have his dad in his life, because if he needs anything, his dad will help him. Just about every societal problem in this film, we can tie to feminism in one way or another.