A Question for Modern College Feminists

by Datechguy | May 12th, 2018

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A Question for Modern College Feminists

rad­i­cal fem­i­nists protested against pornog­ra­phy for many years until — with stealth fund­ing from the pornog­ra­phy indus­try, includ­ing Hugh Hefner’s Play­boy Foun­da­tion — there emerged in the 1980s what is now known as “pro-​sex fem­i­nism,” some­times called lib­eral fem­i­nism to dis­tin­guish from (the orig­i­nal) rad­i­cal fem­i­nism. That the women’s move­ment was co-​opted by the porn indus­try is a fact that Women’s Stud­ies majors usu­ally don’t learn until their sopho­more or junior year, if they learn it at all, because this is one of the shame­ful secrets that the fem­i­nist cult doesn’t like to men­tion, and rad­i­cal (anti-​pornography) fem­i­nists have been mar­gin­al­ized within their own movement.

Robert Stacy McCain Spe­cial Snowflake™ @Belle_Knox and Make-​Believe Fem­i­nist ‘Empow­er­ment’ 22714

Very shortly I will be old enough to qual­ify for senior cit­i­zen dis­counts all over the nation and I’ve been think­ing about my life as I hit its sev­enth inning stretch when I saw this tweet (via instapun­dit) by Ben Shapirio

This brought to mind an old post on the Sex­ual rev­o­lu­tion:

In days past a man who wanted a women was expected to be a good provider, to be able to sup­port not only a wife but an entire fam­ily through the sweat of his brow. He was expected to call on a woman, likely with a chap­er­one to keep an eye on him to offer self-​control and to slowly but surely win approval of both the woman and the fam­ily to some degree before advanc­ing to the next step.

And if he advanced pre­ma­turely or attempted to attain a con­quest oth­er­wise he was sub­ject to the dis­ap­proval of cul­ture or a shot­gun to the back to make sure he did the right thing. The right thing being mar­riage, and if you finally secured a wife after meet­ing all these require­ments divorce was not con­sid­ered proper or accept­able culturally.

The rea­son why this com­bi­na­tion of restraints and incen­tives was effec­tive is due to a sim­ple truth that has never changed:

Men want sex and want it badly and as much as men want sex teenage boys & men want it obses­sively to the point where they were will­ing to allow them­selves to be pushed toward respon­si­bil­ity, hard work and respectabil­ity for the chance to get it.

Thanks how­ever to the sex­ual rev­o­lu­tion, none of this is nec­es­sary anymore.

When I was a kid you had to hide a “dirty mag­a­zine” (a friend of mine kept a stash in a trash bag in the woods near his house) today you would be hard pressed to find a boy who had not seen hard core porn online by the age of 12 and thanks to the sex­ual rev­o­lu­tion girls are not only taught at a young age that virtues like mod­esty or chastity are not only pre­his­toric but a form of oppres­sion but we have a soci­ety that actu­ally teaches that one who cri­tiques hav­ing sex on cam­era for the mas­tur­ba­tory plea­sure of men to pay for col­lege is wor­thy of contempt.

In short men all the sex­ual desires that once moti­vated men from nudity, to sex with­out com­mit­ment are now avail­able with­out the effort of self improve­ment and the idea of women and girls engag­ing in this con­duct that pro­vides this to men in high school, col­lege and even before is not only con­sid­ered “empow­er­ing” but the fail­ure of a young women to do so makes one odd.

All of this has hap­pened in the space of two gen­er­a­tions and by a not odd coin­ci­dence in my opin­ion, coin­cides with the growth of “woman’s stud­ies” pro­grams in uni­ver­si­ties all over the nation.

So as I near the date of my senior cit­i­zen dis­count and look back at this change I have a ques­tion for all the woman’s stud­ies pro­grams out there and the women in them:

How has the nor­mal­iza­tion and main­stream­ing of promis­cu­ity among young women and the remov­ing of the sex­ual incen­tive sys­tem restrain­ing men over the last 40 years empow­ered women and brought them bet­ter, more ful­fill­ing lives?

I sub­mit and sug­gest that it has not.

Update: If I had emailed Ed Driscoll of Instapun­dit and asked him to put up a post to prove my point today I couldn’t have done bet­ter than this:

DIS­PATCHES FROM THE EDU­CA­TION APOC­A­LYPSE: Male Stu­dent Accuses Female Stu­dent of Sex­ual Assault. She Says He Wanted Revenge.

Doe woke up, real­ized they had engaged in sex­ual activ­ity while they were both drunk, and feared that she would file a com­plaint against him, as she had done to his friend. Panic-​stricken, he felt he had no choice but to beat her to the punch.

How’s all that empow­er­ment work­ing out for ya?

radical feminists protested against pornography for many years until — with stealth funding from the pornography industry, including Hugh Hefner’s Playboy Foundation — there emerged in the 1980s what is now known as “pro-sex feminism,” sometimes called liberal feminism to distinguish from (the original) radical feminism. That the women’s movement was co-opted by the porn industry is a fact that Women’s Studies majors usually don’t learn until their sophomore or junior year, if they learn it at all, because this is one of the shameful secrets that the feminist cult doesn’t like to mention, and radical (anti-pornography) feminists have been marginalized within their own movement.

Robert Stacy McCain Special Snowflake™ @Belle_Knox and Make-Believe Feminist ‘Empowerment’ 2-27-14

Very shortly I will be old enough to qualify for senior citizen discounts all over the nation and I’ve been thinking about my life as I hit its seventh inning stretch when I saw this tweet (via instapundit) by Ben Shapirio

This brought to mind an old post on the Sexual revolution:

In days past a man who wanted a women was expected to be a good provider, to be able to support not only a wife but an entire family through the sweat of his brow. He was expected to call on a woman, likely with a chaperone to keep an eye on him to offer self-control and to slowly but surely win approval of both the woman and the family to some degree before advancing to the next step.

And if he advanced prematurely or attempted to attain a conquest otherwise he was subject to the disapproval of culture or a shotgun to the back to make sure he did the right thing. The right thing being marriage, and if you finally secured a wife after meeting all these requirements divorce was not considered proper or acceptable culturally.

The reason why this combination of restraints and incentives was effective is due to a simple truth that has never changed:

Men want sex and want it badly and as much as men want sex teenage boys & men want it obsessively to the point where they were willing to allow themselves to be pushed toward responsibility, hard work and respectability for the chance to get it.

Thanks however to the sexual revolution, none of this is necessary anymore.

When I was a kid you had to hide a “dirty magazine” (a friend of mine kept a stash in a trash bag in the woods near his house) today you would be hard pressed to find a boy who had not seen hard core porn online by the age of 12 and thanks to the sexual revolution girls are not only taught at a young age that virtues like modesty or chastity are not only prehistoric but a form of oppression but we have a society that actually teaches that one who critiques having sex on camera for the masturbatory pleasure of men to pay for college is worthy of contempt.

In short men all the sexual desires that once motivated men  from nudity, to sex without commitment are now available without the effort of self improvement and the idea of women and girls engaging in this conduct that provides this to men in high school, college and even before is not only considered “empowering” but the failure of a young women to do so makes one odd.

All of this has happened in the space of two generations and by a not odd coincidence in my opinion, coincides with the growth of “woman’s studies” programs in universities all over the nation.

So as I near the date of my senior citizen discount and look back at this change I have a question for all the woman’s studies programs out there and the women in them:

How has the normalization and mainstreaming of promiscuity among young women and the removing of the sexual incentive system restraining men over the last 40 years empowered women and brought them better, more fulfilling lives?

I submit and suggest that it has not.

Update: If I had emailed Ed Driscoll of Instapundit and asked him to put up a post to prove my point today I couldn’t have done better than this:

DISPATCHES FROM THE EDUCATION APOCALYPSE: Male Student Accuses Female Student of Sexual Assault. She Says He Wanted Revenge.

Doe woke up, realized they had engaged in sexual activity while they were both drunk, and feared that she would file a complaint against him, as she had done to his friend. Panic-stricken, he felt he had no choice but to beat her to the punch.

How’s all that empowerment working out for ya?

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