Indeed, one could even be a leftist or progressive in several regards in 1965, especially on primarily economic issues, while hewing to what was still orthodoxy back then on moral matters, esp. as regards sexuality, the relations between the sexes, and life/death matters; such wasn’t seen as even inconsistent, let alone beyond the pale. But now, such people today would get lumped in with us reactionaries, as way beyond the pale, according to the powers that be.
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In 1872 the Protestant churches in Scotland handed over all their schools to the State on the explicit condition that Scottish State Education should continue to be Christian. From that day on the Scottish Education system (unlike the American one) has officially been Christian. The Catholics, being wiser than the Protestants, didn’t trust the State and so they kept their own schools. Even within living memory most schools in Scotland would have had ‘religious’ worship, school chaplains and bible teaching. The ethos of the schools were largely Christian. But this is now virtually unrecognisable. Secular humanists/atheists have cuckoo like taken over the State education system and are now using Salami tactics (piece by piece) to dismantle the remaining parts of it – crying tolerance and equality in order not to tolerate Christianity and in order to prevent Christians from receiving the equal education that the UN Human Rights charter demands.
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We are all familiar with Steve Sailer’s perspicacious First Law of Female Journalism, which he coined in 2009:
The most heartfelt articles by female journalists tend to be demands that social values be overturned in order that, Come the Revolution, the journalist herself will be considered hotter-looking.
Researching the subject, I discovered that someone had already come up with a Second Law of Female Journalism:
The types of sexual relationships advocated for by female journalists tend to follow closely with the sort currently purchasable by their sexual market value.
I will now humbly submit the third law. It occurred to me while reading an article titled “Why these professors are warning against promoting the work of straight, white men,” which cites this bit of heavy breathing:
doing so also perpetuates what they call “white heteromasculinism,” which they defined as a “system of oppression” that benefits only those who are “white, male, able-bodied, economically privileged…
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John Patton (1824-1907) was a missionary to the New Hebrides. With the rather common attack upon Christianity in the West as somehow being degrading of women, it is interesting to read Patton’s observations about an explicitly non-Western and non-Christian culture on this point:
Amongst the Heathen, in the New Hebrides, and especially on Tanna, woman is a down-trodden slave of man. She is kept working hard, and bears all the heavier burdens, while he wills by her side with musket, club or spear. If she offends him, he beats or abuses her at pleasure. A savage gave his poor wife a severe beating in front of our house, while in vain we strove to prevent it. Such scenes were so common that no one thought of interfering. Even if the woman died in his hand, or immediately thereafter, neighbors took no notice, if any at all.
…The girls have, with…
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The media is female-dominated (including advertising and stock photo companies), and everything today is marketed towards young women.
I notice, when I thumb through those free zines put out by the big newspaper publishing companies in big cities, that none of the goods, services, entertainment etc. are marketed towards men or to both sexes. Everything is marketed just towards young women. As if men don’t consume or purchase anything.
Did you notice a pattern in professional photos that show a man and woman in love? See if you know what I’m talking about in this example:
That’s a fine couple, may they make many huWhyte Babiez together. I believe the woman in that photo is Vivii Suominen, European pageant runner-up from Finland.
Question: What could have made that photo more true to romantic love?
Answer: Natural sexual polarity.
Explanation: She could have been directed by the photographer to look up adoringly at her man while he — calm and cocksure — looks at us through the camera’s eye.
Reverse-polarity is the norm in contemporary depictions of sexual intimacy. It’s an observation I made a while ago and to test it, I web-searched variations on relevant key words “couples photo,” “man woman love,” “woman adores man,” and similar. What did I find?
- The woman triumphantly eye-fucking the camera (isn’t she supposed…
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Rollo Tomassi made me aware of a blog post by J. Lee Grady at charismamag.com that mentions both of our blogs. The article is Don’t Swallow the ‘Red Pill’. It is aimed primarily at the Red Pill subreddit, but clearly is intended to warn readers off of all of the men’s sphere. It is a sloppy drive-by post, not worthy of a serious rebuttal. But it does offer a springboard for some Friday afternoon entertainment.
As confused as the author is (intentionally or otherwise), it is clear that Grady is a hard core feminist, and we therefore have radically different views of Christianity. Recent posts from Grady include Break Free From the Patriarchal Spirit and Why Women Belong on the Front Lines of Ministry:
This past weekend my oldest daughter, Margaret, quietly made history. She was ordained as a pastor at United Assembly, the church in Seneca, South…
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