Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Women are not weak

But female strength is very different than male strength.

Read Little House on the Prairie sometime. Those were not weak women. They were considerably hardier than the average man today. But their strengths, and their stories, are very different than Conan the Barbarian or Gaius Julius Caesar.

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Pay the toll

It turns out 'sharking works about as well with culture and religion as it does with race:
Teenage Islamist 'poster girl' who fled Austria to join ISIS 'is beaten to death by the terror group after trying to escape from Syria'

A teenage Austrian girl who fled to Syria along with her friend is believed to have been beaten to death after being caught trying to flee the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa.

Samra Kesinovic, 17, and her friend Sabina Selimovic became 'poster girls' for ISIS after they arrived in Syria in April 2014.

A number of Austrian newspapers have reported that Samra has been beaten to death for attempting to leave Raqqa, although official government sources are refusing to comment on individual cases.
That's what happens when civilized girls chase barbarians. Burn the coal, pay the toll.

Friday, November 20, 2015

Equality is payback

Keep that in mind whenever you hear a feminist talking about equality.
    A kindergarten teacher in Bainbridge Island, Wash., actively denies her male students the opportunity to play with Lego blocks in order to encourage her female students to play with them.

    Karen Keller bars the boys in her class from playing with the colorful blocks, even going so far as to lie to them about their opportunity to play.

    “I always tell the boys, ‘You’re going to have a turn’ — and I’m like, ‘Yeah, when hell freezes over’ in my head,” Keller told the Bainbridge Island Review. “I tell them, ‘You’ll have a turn’ because I don’t want them to feel bad.”
On a larger scale, this is exactly what "women in STEM", "women in game development", and "girls who code" are expected to achieve. The purpose isn't to get the girls in, it is to drive the boys out.

Saturday, November 14, 2015

Paris 13.11.2015

Some things go beyond Game. This is one of them. As the Bible says, there is a time for peace and a time for war. We have evidently entered the latter season. As a Man of the West, it is time to begin preparing yourself accordingly.

War is upon you whether you will or no. It takes two to tango, but only one to war.

Friday, November 13, 2015

Delta Man: 30

I met two former hipster couples this last week who are around 30 and starting to get serious about life. They still have some of the clothes and tats from the lifestyle, and a few of the attitudes, but the perpetual adolescence is fading. So what’s the big difference? After years of aimlessness they finally focused in on real jobs and careers, with one couple talking of children. It’s better late than never to grow up. I spent most of my 20s just screwing around, but at least I had enough sense to keep a career going.  If you are approaching 30 it’s time to grow up and be a man, and not a man-child.

If you need a checklist here you go:

  1. Steady work and a career with real goals
  2. Responsible with money (regular bill paying, paying off debts and reducing debt, saving money)
  3. Buying a home and not renting
  4. Starting a family

Boys don’t do these things, men do. It’s hard, mostly thankless work, but you’ll be better for it. 

The Daddy-go-round

A liberal researcher is surprised that many low-income "deadbeat" dads who supposedly abandoned their families were, in fact, jettisoned by the mothers of their children:
Edin explains that the pregnancies she studied very often were due to the decision by the mother to forgo birth control without the knowledge of the father, because motherhood will gain her status:

    Pretty soon, the women are skipping doses of the pill or letting the patch or other forms of contraception lapse. Why? In these communities, motherhood often exerts a strong pull on young women’s hearts and minds and weakens their motivation to avoid pregnancy. Being a mom serves as the chief source of meaning and identity in neighborhoods where significant upward mobility is rare.
Then once the baby is born, the mothers have strong incentives to eject the father from the family, replacing him with what ultimately turns into a parade of men:

    When a single mom in the inner city feels her kid’s father has failed to provide, there is an enormous temptation to “swap daddies,” pushing the child’s dad aside while allowing a new man—perhaps one with a little more going for him economically—to claim the title of father. These moms are often desperate to find a man who can help with the bills so they can keep a roof over their kid’s head. The problem is that these new relationships may be no more stable than the old ones.

    When a mom moves from one relationship to another—playing gatekeeper with the biological father while putting her new boyfriend into the dad’s role—she puts her kids on a “father-go-round.”
Notice that even in the Age of the Strong, Independent Woman Who Don't Need No Man, in which low-income mothers are supported by the state, hypergamy rears its insatiable head.

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Sex in the City lied

It's not all glamorous apartments in the city. It's living at home with Mommy and Daddy:
A record portion of young U.S. women are living with parents or other relatives, largely because of higher college attendance and delayed marriage, a research report said on Wednesday.

The Pew Research Center analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data showed that 36.4 percent of women ages 18 to 34 lived with family in 2014, mostly in the home of mother, father or both....

Young women are more likely now to be enrolled in college than in previous decades, with 27 percent of them college students last year, the report said. That compares with 5 percent in 1960.

Last year, 45 percent of young females in college, including those enrolled part time and at community college, lived with family. Among those not in college, a third lived with family.

Many young women are putting off marriage compared with those in previous decades, making staying at home more likely, the report said. In 2013, 30 percent of young women were married, compared with 62 percent in 1940.
It's interesting to see that in the interest of smashing the Patriarchy, more women are living under Daddy's roof. And as the economy continues to worsen, these numbers are only going to rise.