State Control

18 May


Reader, constrainedlocus had an interesting thought in the Anger Bias essay comment thread:

“The point is that a feminine-primary social order readily makes this nature a useful tool in dismissing what would otherwise be valid, but uncomfortable Red Pill truth. This anger bias mechanism is a tool for message control.”

What I find interesting is that, from my own personal observations of men in both marriage and long-term relationships, is that this dismissal happens readily and frequently at the micro level in sexual relationships as well. It’s impossible for men not to notice the hypocrisy.

A man need not experience the trivialization of his anger from “the sisterhood” response in the media, in the corporate setting, or even while at a party with other couples.

I think it now common for a wife or long-term girlfriend to assume a certain privilege or “authority” to express and direct her own anger…

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8 responses to “State Control

  1. Socially Extinct

    May 18, 2017 at 8:46 am

    I know that it is a weak man who tolerates this, while a wise man just ignores or nexts it.

    I tend to take the “wise” approach with my gf (long-term). Seems there is a very thin line between being perceived as “weak” or “wise,” for in both cases you essentially don’t feed the woman’s outburst. Her outburst is allowed a free pass if you do not validate it. I choose to simply ignore outright…no response whatsoever from me. I do not smile, do not grunt, do not allow the slightest hint that I was even listening to her. For in my head I realize women do what women do which is succumb to emotion and mood without qualm.

    The weak man, as a sign of toleration, is more prone to smile and nod and meekly soothe in commiseration with the woman’s unrealistic ultimatums.

    • Will S.

      May 18, 2017 at 9:09 am

      Very sensible of you, IMO.

      • Socially Extinct

        May 18, 2017 at 9:16 am

        As context, I clarified “long-term” for that changes the dynamic quite a bit. There is an added trust and familiarity which allows me to act in certain ways I might not otherwise. For instance, I can tell when she is acting like a hysterical chick as opposed to being rightfully perturbed 🙂

      • Will S.

        May 18, 2017 at 6:29 pm

        Oh, for sure; it certainly makes a difference. You each know each other better, and can speak more freely without fear (well, women today tend to speak fairly freely without fear anyway, but as a man, you can do so much more when you really know a woman).

    • feeriker

      May 19, 2017 at 9:09 am

      “You’re SO cute when you’re angry,” uttered in a patronizing tone, along with a condescending smile and a pat on the head, works wonders – either to break the frosty air, or to escalate the tantrum to new levels. Either way, it’s 1) highly entertaining, and 2) serves to give women a taste of their own medicine (always GUARANTEED to induce retching and/or projectlie vomiting) for all the times that they trivialize their men’s genuine problems and concerns (remember that in any given instance of trantrum-throwing, whatever she’s upset about probably doesn’t even meet the basement threshold bar of “trivial” or “juvenile” when stacked against pressing, real-world concerns).

      • Will S.

        May 19, 2017 at 9:23 am

        I’ve found that such indeed escalates matters, so use only when you don’t care if that happens. 🙂