Perving on feminism — A whiff of sexology, ethology, ethnology, plus tits and ass.
the fired #googlememo incident
guy Damore interviewed by Jordan Peterson incredible hitherto unknown details.
〔 I'm An Ex-Google Woman Tech Leader And I'm Sick Of Our Approach To Diversity! By Vidya Narayanan. At https://medium.com/the-mission/im-an-ex-google-woman-tech-leader-and-i-m-sick-of-our-approach-to-diversity-17008c5fe999 〕
follow #googlememo author James Damore at https://twitter.com/Fired4Truth
the full pdf “Googles Ideological Echo Chamber” https://assets.documentcloud.org/documents/3914586/Googles-Ideological-Echo-Chamber.pdf
Cassie Jaye, teary
feminist sex positive bloggers vs pussy
during the blog era 10 years ago, there's a batch of feminist “sex positive” bloggers, usually purple hair, that write semi erotica, semi sex edu, telling you about “sex workers”, what should be, thorny and willful. Today. They gone. Replaced by 10 million nude selfies and camgirls, sans morality in your throat.
The Story of Laci Green
that's getting to know Laci.
if you don't know, she's a YouTube star. Started in 2005 or so days, made a lot money. She does sex education stuff, mostly to other young girls. She has million or such audiences.
Then, in recently months, she took the red pill.
in the video above, you see her story. Watch the 1st hour.
〔 Columbia Settles Lawsuit With Victim Of “Mattress Girl” By Rob Shimshock. At http://dailycaller.com/2017/07/14/columbia-settles-lawsuit-with-victim-of-mattress-girl/ 〕
The University of Columbia settled the lawsuit with money, how much is kept secret.
So the mattress girl texted the guy telling him to fuck her in the butt.
She is now doing bdsm porn, as “art”.
The Stars Baring Their Bodies
remember scifi utopia of orgy city? That is kinda here, however, scifi didn't foresee the rise of the social justice warriors.
if you don't agree with the dress, you'll be beaten.
Laci Green Slandered by Kelseigh Ingram, Huffington Post
Camille Paglia on Destruction of NY Times
Camille Paglia on Destruction of NY Times. OMG, she is so POWERFUL, with SUBSTANCE. Makes me cry.
Everytime i read Paglia or her talk, she drop names like machine gun. For each, you can spend 10 minutes or hours reading about that person in depth. The name she drops varies greatly, From ancient Roman generals to European philosophers to great poets, to last generation literary figures, writers, to artists of all fields, from actresses to dancers to painters.
I first check the names she mentioned just to at least verify they exist and know just who they are, but to understand the meaning and context, you have to know something about those person, their deeds, and the time they lived in, and how her commentary makes sense about those person.
To be able to do what she does, it really means, daily, you bury your head in everything you read and hear about and do thinking to understand it, for decades. Great nerds do that with science things, she does with cultural things.
Scholars in Bondage, Dogma dominates studies of kink
〔 Scholars in Bondage, Dogma dominates studies of kink By Camille Paglia. At http://www.chronicle.com/article/Scholars-in-Bondage/139251/ 〕
from bigger tits to sex change with children to toy eunuchs
slowly, we witness the transformation of society via scifi in rich countries. From bigger tits, to now sex change starting with children. (hormone therapy e.g. http://nypost.com/2017/06/20/hormone-therapy-is-a-horrible-risk-for-kids/ )
scifi gave us enhanced ears, eye, brain, gill, claws, body mod. But i don't think sex change was part of the fantasy. Sex change, begotten from the ism in feminism, to lgbt, and today's genderism, via mutation.
O, note, actually, sex modification is actually a scifi from the BDSM community. e.g. you create toy eunuch, or create feminine creature with tits and penis. Though, the nature is a bit different from sex change.
HOW MANY FREAKIN GENDERS
my comment to laci green's video
great video. Fair. Thank you.
though, keep in mind, if you look at human history, of all things, with respect to prosperity and harmony, gender issues is not say the top 5 most important concern. (the term “gender issues”, is fairly recent. It was “war of the sexes” or “the men and women problem”)
the war of sexes, is not just a human problem. It's a common problem among mammals. Males, often fight to the death to beget female. And female, vie for the most powerful male. Killing for love, or mate, is also common. (suicide, murder for love, on news regurlarly)
And the sexes (male and female), are not totally in harmony, they are together for reproduction. (e.g. cheating, divorse, old/new boyfriend/girlfriend, etc. The concept of marriage, and pair forever, is social construct. It differ among species in animals. Human animals, do not pair forever, statistically thru-out history around the world.) And in terms of biology, reproduction is also struggles. (sperms fighting, egg as a gate, mestruation as a internal struggle, and pregnancy as struggle of baby vs mom) It's a balance of self interest vs a copy of yourself.
MGTOW: Men Going Their Own Way
so, there's now MGTOW https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Men_Going_Their_Own_Way … we start to have a glimpse some future we never even imagined in scifi
by today's genderism, there are already many who are asexual, even among my friends.
still, i think the concept of men+women no longer get together, in foreseeable future, will never happen, at least not 4 most part of the world
cuz instinct to fuck, n women to baby, is buildin. unless we have Orwellian world ruled by bedroom cops of the sjw, humanity will keep fucking.
the euphemism “Men's Rights Movement”
1. it's quite intriguing, of the term “men's rights” movement. It's a long dogged tale of the evolution of zeitgeist.
2. it began, with the “rights”, as in “human rights”.
3. The “rights” concept must have traces back to Greek philosophy i think. And, by the way, the rights n justice concepts are entirely western. It basically don't exist in Asia. But mostly, the “human rights” didn't began as we know it since the “Universal Declaration of Human Rights” in 1948. Which, must be part of the consequence of Nazi in World War 2, and the black slavery in USA before.
4. Now, human rights lead to feminism. One wonders the etymology of feminism. One might say, it actually should be just “women's right”, but that doesn't sound right for multitudes of reasons. Remember to lookup etymology of feminism.
5. Now, when feminism became nuts, we have what we might call anti-feminism. But, that doesn't sound right, and is unmarketable. Thus the euphemism “men's rights” movement. Loly, how marketability plays a role in English and our lifes.
it's similar to the phrases pro-choice and pro-life. Both are euphemisms.
It really was just pro abortion law and anti abortion law. But oh god, the word “abortion” brought about nasty images. So, we have pro-choice! And of course, the other side can't have anti-choice, thus we have pro-life.
etymology of feminism
1851, “qualities of females;” 1895, “advocacy of women's rights;” from French féminisme (1837); see feminine + -ism. Also, in biology, “development of female secondary sexual characteristics in a male” (1875).
so, it seems to originate from academia, philosophy, as sort of moralist movement. Namely, female, feminine, + ism. OMG, no wonder it's rotten.
Feminist turned Non-Feminist, the Red Pill Documentary by Cassie Jaye (on its own page, expanded)
Wonder Woman: from Bondage Heroine to Feminist to Sexpot (and to transgender figurehead)
Her Little Girl Snow Will be Violently Killed
Portland burrito shop forced to close amid accusations of cultural appropriation, stealing recipes
〔 This Week in Appropriation: Kooks Burritos and Willamette Week By Jagger Blaec. At http://www.portlandmercury.com/blogtown/2017/05/22/19028161/this-week-in-appropriation-kooks-burritos-and-willamette-week〕
〔 Portland burrito shop forced to close amid accusations of cultural appropriation, stealing recipes By Michael Bartiromo. At http://www.foxnews.com/food-drink/2017/05/24/portland-burrito-shop-forced-to-close-amid-accusations-cultural-appropriation-stealing-recipes.html〕
〔 On Leaving the SJW Cult and Finding Myself By Keri Smithfollow. At https://medium.com/indian-thoughts/on-leaving-the-sjw-cult-and-finding-myself-1a6769b2f1ff〕
wohoo. Another has taken the red pill.
Toons USA Betty Boop on Bike!
Laci Green Took Red Pill
Laci Green, the girl famous for her sex edu videos since ~2010, then became sjw since Trump ~2016, now has taken the red pill! woohoo! People are still good, still good!
by the way, the paper she is referring to, is Rebecca Tuvel’s article, “In Defense of Transracialism” published in “Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy”.
〔 This Is What a Modern-Day Witch Hunt Looks Like By Jesse Singal. At http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2017/05/transracialism-article-controversy.html〕
〔 The Uproar Over “Transracialism” By Rogers Brubaker. At https://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/18/opinion/the-uproar-over-transracialism.html?smid=fb-share&_r=0〕
Rare fact. When search engine began ~1999, they show what people search in real time on the home page. Some 50% is porn words. Probably still true today.
I recall, was it Google or AltaVista, that has a projector and shows search words in real time on the wall of company's lobby.
Camille Paglia: Free Women, Free Men (new interview added)
Rape Crisis in America
the woman there, Summer Brennan, has deleted that tweet. From her tweets, she seem to be a career sjw. Her tweets has lots men-hating.
“LINE TOWN”, “Cony and Brown”
The cartoon is Japanese animation “LINE TOWN”, “Cony and Brown” (ラインタウン) 麻吉樂園. (2013) Popular in Japan, China, Korea.
that particular image may be a parody made in USA scum sites.
Sex Differences in Animals Other Than Human
〔 What Do Feminists Think of Distinct Gender Roles in Other Species for Example in Chickens By Suzanne-Sadedin Ph.D In Evolutionary Biology. At https://www.quora.com/What-do-feminists-think-of-distinct-gender-roles-in-other-species-for-example-in-chickens/answer/Suzanne-Sadedin〕
See also: Reading Notes on “Intimate Behavior”
Google accused of ‘extreme’ gender pay discrimination by US labor department
this is funny. Now Google is being accused of gender pay gap, and by US labor department! lol.
〔 Google accused of ‘extreme’ gender pay discrimination by US labor department By Sam Levin. At https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2017/apr/07/google-pay-disparities-women-labor-department-lawsuit〕
“code of conduct” as political power tool of the sjw to eliminate people they don't like
〔 Drupal developer Larry Garfield's adherence to a sci-fi lifestyle earned him exile. Was he punished for a thoughtcrime? By Sonya Mann. At https://www.inc.com/sonya-mann/drupal-larry-garfield-gor.html〕
Note: i haven't investigated. Only scan'd the article.
Cherry Poptart, popular erotic comics in the 1980s and 1990 anti-porn era.
〔 Jonathan Haidt on the Cultural Roots of Campus Rage By @Bariweiss. At https://www.wsj.com/articles/jonathan-haidt-on-the-cultural-roots-of-campus-rage-1491000676〕
〔 The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion By Jonathan Haidt. @ Buy at amazon〕
The Style of White Men's Porn vs Asian Porn
In China, they have a thing about stockings.
In white men's porn, pussies are shaved. In Asian porn, almost never.
In white men's porn, stark naked is the norm, in-your-face. In Asian porn, peekaboo is the norm.
What force and confidence. The great Camille Paglia.
It's interesting, that the pockets of women's pants is so shallow, only finger depth. Essentially non-functional.
i know because recently in a garage sale i bought a white short jean. Then, it's got shallow pockets, like, only half a finger length deep. Eventually i realized what i got is women's jean.
if you search for why, the reason is, basically fashion.
this is a long one.
the circus of American left. In 1990s, it's vagina movement. Now, that's “transphobic”.
〔 Womanhood Redefined: A feminist's take on the transgender controversy By Natasha Vargas-Cooper. At http://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/womanhood-redefined/〕
The New Philistines
〔 The New Philistines (Provocations) By Sohrab Ahmari. @ Buy at amazon〕
“Sohrab Ahmari's polemic against the contemporary art world is angry, witty, uncompromising, and utterly unanswerable… Tremendously entertaining and thought-provoking.” - Andrew Roberts, Commentary; “An elegant and necessary salvo in a new culture war.” - Quillette; “An ambitious new series that tackles the controversy of the topics explored with a mixture of intelligence and forthright argument from some excellent writers.” The Observer; “This short book is reminiscent of pre-novelist Tom Wolfe books like The Painted Word and From Bauhaus to Our House, which told amusing but depressing tales about lefty politics making their way into the art world, making both art and politics worse in the process.” - National Review
About the Author
Sohrab Ahmari is an editorial writer for the Wall Street Journal, based in London. He joined the Journal in New York as an assistant books editor in 2012. Prior to that, he earned a law degree at Northeastern University in Boston, served as a non-resident fellow at the Henry Jackson Society and completed a two-year commitment to Teach for America.
In addition to the Journal, Sohrab’s writing has appeared in the Chronicle of Higher Education, the Weekly Standard, Commentary and Dissent, among many other publications. He has testified before the British Parliament and appears regularly on broadcast media on both sides of the Atlantic, including the BBC, Sky News, France 24, Deutsche Welle and the Fox News Channel.
“It is in the fourth century that the hermaphrodite first appears in classical art. — Camille Paglia. #sleepinghermaphrodite”
in the arts including pop, Paglia is truly the queen.
anyone can voice criticism, but the best ones, to become a top critic, is really a mastery of history of the subject.
many critics, know more history, philosophy, than average pro in those fields.
modern society, forces people to be ignorant about anything, even professor. Especially pros, they think they know everything.
〔 We Champion Racial, Gender and Cultural Diversity--Why Not Viewpoint Diversity? By Clay Routledge. At https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/guest-blog/we-champion-racial-gender-and-cultural-diversity-why-not-viewpoint-diversity/〕
〔 Camille Paglia: How to Age Disgracefully in Hollywood By Camille Paglia. At http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/camille-paglia-how-age-disgracefully-hollywood-guest-column-960794〕
Camille Paglia, master essayist, and king of pop culture critique.