Wednesday, 19 December 2012

Hostile environments and Men 'Dropping Out':

It's quite simple really (if indeed there are a significant proportion of men 'dropping out' of society), if you make an environment hostile to a particular organism, don't be surprised if the number of organisms in that environment dwindle.

If you subject a baby to exposure, then don't be surprised if it dies.

If you build a town on a mosquito infested marsh, then don't be surprised if your population ends up with malaria and becomes sick.

If you increase the level of acidity in a lake by filling it with toxic pollutants, then don't be surprised if the number of fish living in it plummets, and the remainder are left with an abnormal physiology.

If you fill a society with misandric propaganda, and gynophillic propaganda, then don't be surprised if the number of men and male men dwindle.


If you create an environment that is hostile to men, then you will increase the rate of failure of the majority to such an extent that you will create a dichotomy in the group: compliant female men, and rebellious super-male men.  Those are the only two groups that will survive the harsh anti-male conditions of society by either complying (the female men), or becoming stronger (the super male men).

As for those who think that having a population of female-men is a good thing, then look at what happens when you decrease the level of testosterone in a person, they end up becoming riddled with neuroses, anxiety, depression etc (1), all of which are anathemas to virile erections.  Thus if you end up with a feminised population, you ultimately end up with no population, as it is incapable of breeding, and thus sustaining itself.


Footnote:
(1)  And, oddly (or perhaps not), there is a negative correlation between testosterone and psychopathy. i.e. the more womanly a person is, the more psychopathic they are likely to become.
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4 comments:

  1. A population of "female-men"?
    You sound just like Arnold Schwartznegger. :P
    ("Democrats are girlie-men!")

    And exactly what are these "super male men" rebelling against? Cooking their own food? Taking care of their children? Women's right to work?

    It sounds like you're describing either young boys or a bunch of immature man-children, rather than adult "men" who can handle responsibilites like raising kids.

    Not putting your own needs and wishes first all the time is what becoming an adult is all about. That's what makes a "man".

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    1. I sound like Arnie?! That steroid chomping celebrity?! I hope not. You know what steroids supposedly do to guys gonads. I ain't sayin' anymore than that!

      As for what men are rebelling against: it's the multitude of laws in Western society that are biased against men. Domestic Violence laws, family courts (mothers are given preferential treatment), affirmative action in the workplace (men are discriminated against), the judicial system in general (women recieve more lenient prison sentences for the same crimes as men), general portrayal on film & TV, general attitudes that men are expendable (e.g. the armed forces), and so on and so on. It's the cumulative effect of those laws that men are reacting to. The cumulative effects of laws that discriminate against men while claiming to be 'fair and balanced'. That's what it's about really.

      You're remark:
      Not putting your own needs and wishes first all the time is what becoming an adult is all about. That's what makes a "man".

      Is one that I aggree with. If you look at some fo the Men of Yore series, you'll see men like Semelweiss who pioneered the improvement of medical care for pregnant women, Dominique Larrey who pioneered the use of ambulances, masculinity is about showing consideration for others. But that doesn't mean that men should tolerate other people being inconsiderate towards them. It's about what's good for everyone, and that means being decent and fair towards men, which the present legal system is not.

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  2. And men aren't really becoming more "feminine".

    The truth is that women are actually getting higher testosterone levels (yes, both sexes have both hormones but in different amounts).

    This is because our society values male traits higher than female traits and as you put it yourself:

    "if you make an environment hostile to a particular organism, don't be surprised if the number of organisms in that environment dwindle"

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    1. Well, scientifically speaking they are. Testosterone levels are down compared to ~40 years ago, sperm levels are down, muscle strength is down. Testosterone is a male hormone, and if it's in decline then masculinity is also in decline.

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