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A Two-Headed Tale

Just today, Scarecrow left an interesting comment in response to my recent post titled "How I Like to do Business". First, he quotes the words of Diana Boston, a radical feminist:
"As a radical feminist, I say: Men, would you please stop and think with the right head?"
And then Scarecrow makes his pointed, insightful response:

"Straight from both the MRM and FEMINISTS.

"What does that say?"

This set me to thinking, and I replied to Scarecrow in the following terms:

Fidelbogen said...


Yes, those are the same words on the surface. Yet how vastly different are the underlying messages which they transmit.

When the feminists say this, it is meant as a cheap Alinskyite insult. It is psychological warfare. And that's ALL it is.

But in reality, the worst thing the feminists should fear is that men in large numbers will INDEED stop thinking with their "little heads".

The feminists actually WANT men to think with their little heads. One of the main sources of feminism's power is that (too many) men think with their little heads.

And the day that men in critical numbers stop doing so will be a bad day for feminism.

When men stop viewing the world through a haze of sexual feelings, and commence to viewing it in cold, hard political terms, then feminism will be in deep shit.

And the feminists damn well know it.

By the way, that is the main reason that the feminists and the PUAs are actually on the same side -- even if both deny it!

You see, both feminists and PUAs have a vested interest in seeing men think with their little heads.

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A Two-Headed Tale


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