A Guest Post from an Honest Woman …

[The following is a piece by a woman I know. I have left it untouched, and present it for consideration. As I like to say in such cases , “it articulates a view” …]

Woman: Accept Reality and Take Your Place

by ContentWoman

There are no words to really do justice to the beauty of the D/s relationship. What comes to the minds of most people is nothing like the reality. I can only really speak to the point of view of the sub and I’m still not entirely sure what the Dom gets out of it, and that is fine, because that is as it should be. Given the main topic of this essay, this might seem a strange place to start, but I hope it will become clear by the end.

It occurs to me that all the shallow attempts at “maintaining the mystery” fall short because the mystery is not about hiding things but about the deep mystery of the opposite sex that attracts us in the first place. We only have to maintain some sense of mystery artificially because we have attempted to remove the differences between men and women artificially (there is no other way to remove them; moreover, they cannot be removed at all, only papered over with a pretence of equality). When the mystery of opposites coming together as they are meant to be – as an inferior who serves and a superior who protects – is intact, there is no need for contrivances to “maintain the mystery” or “spice up your sex life” or using silly euphemisms like “in the bedroom” because we are too delicate to speak of sexual intercourse.

Egalitarians try to make the sexes equal and interchangeable while often taking great pains to explain that this doesn’t mean they are the same; but this fails to recognise the inherent inequalities between men and women. Even the complementarity argument fails eventually since it is easily subverted and subsumed into the egalitarian “equal but different” rhetoric. Equal value in the eyes of God becomes an argument for equal “rights” on Earth, and that is clearly not what God meant when He created woman as a helpmeet for man. Woman was created for man; man was not created for woman.

For normal women, it is hard to imagine being sexually attracted to an inferior person, so it is women who try to be equal to men thinking that will make us more appealing to them. In the gospel of Oprah, we are commanded to become the man we want, as if that will attract that man, as if a man wants a piss poor imitation of himself. Of course, this is a lie, and man does not want a bad facsimile of himself. Women don’t seem too happy with this arrangement either, given all the divorces they file and happy pills they take, and the simple reason for this is that a woman does not want an equal, but a superior. Her heart knows that she is inferior and that she is designed to be that way but she won’t just relax and accept that her place is to serve a man in return for his care and protection.

The evidence is manifest in all sorts of ways, but most obviously in our physical bodies. A man’s genitalia are external, made to act upon a woman. A woman’s genitalia are internal, yielding, and made to receive. To think that this doesn’t matter in the bigger picture is ludicrous. Our sexuality is central to who we are, otherwise why would we even be having any discussions of this nature to begin with?


Look at how a woman is compared to a man during coitus, assuming she is being fucked well. I’m not talking about crappy acted porn, but real sex between a non-feminised man and a regular non-butch woman. She is totally out of it and lost in the moment – nothing exists but his cock thrusting into her. She makes noises and expressions that sound and look like she is in pain but she is enjoying it. A man on the other hand really only loses the sense of his surroundings briefly during orgasm. The woman becomes a brainless receptacle, acted upon by the man. She is not in control and she can resist or accept, but she will be fucked. Women do not fuck men. A hole doesn’t nail the nail.


Think about the previous paragraph and how it relates to the larger world, to women’s voting patterns, to how wacky things get when women act like men, like they have something substantial between their legs, when all that’s there is empty space.



After 100 years of overt feminism, there is no evidence to suggest that men and women are equal in ability. It is not that women are incapable of more than being a housewife and mother if it becomes necessary, but that we are no better on average than men at anything other than that for which we are biologically designed. It is not necessary to have the majority of women in the workplace when men can do those jobs just as well or better in most cases.

We were not meant to alter our biology so that we, men and women both, could fuck with impunity and fill the workplace with women medicating away their fertile years and meddling in the business of men, creating stifling politically correct environments and a lot of needless fluff work.

That so many ‘good Christian wives’ admit to needing constant reminders that we are supposed to submit to our husbands speaks to the fact that women cannot regulate themselves very well when put on an equal footing with men. We do not belong there and it makes life difficult for everyone, including men.

If you have a D/s relationship, the submission is built in, and there is no need for reminders because it is already properly ordered with the woman in her position as inferior, without all the “equal but different” complementarian/egalitarian clap-trap. It simplifies the whole thing and brings it down to the essence that women are inferior to men and, speaking as an intelligent, non-doormat woman, things become much, much easier and more peaceful once one accepts this simple truth.

[This author writes further on the nature of female inferiority and how female submission works here.]

Reading List:

Schopenhauer on Women [abridged version]

Stove on the Intellectual Capacity of Women

Another important figure in the history of intellectual misogyny is Otto Weininger.

Previously, on this blog, “Woman’s Intelligence as “Mirror”“.

And also, “Whom she will become …” (argues that women are filled up intellectually and morally by men, as well as physically).

A quote supplied by ContentWoman: The simple step of a courageous individual is not to take part in the lie. One word of truth outweighs the world. ~Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

180 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by John on September 16, 2013 at 3:20 pm

    As Patrice said, ‘You’re the fuckee.’


  2. There is a long way to go before “equal but different” goes away.


    • The arguments for equality in any sphere; physical, mental or moral; are not strong when they are examined.


      • Posted by Jim on April 8, 2016 at 4:28 pm

        “The arguments for equality in any sphere; physical, mental or moral; are not strong when they are examined.”

        True. Too bad so many people are so completely brainwashed into this silly egalitarian belief that we’ll be destroyed as a civilization before most people open their eyes to it.

  3. Posted by katmandutu on September 17, 2013 at 4:56 am

    There is a kind of yearning, here in this essay. I will wager that it has not been written by a woman who has been happily married for some years.

    When I first married my husband, there was no discussion about dominance and submission. Primarily because it did not need to be said.. We slipped into our respective roles. I had good role models in my parents, who also had a traditional marriage.

    I gave up work to have our first child. Looked after the home, and my husband. Made his breakfast every morning, his lunch for work, and cooked his dinner. . He worked, and managed our finances. After 18 years, it still works.
    Sex is frequent, and part of married life.

    “When the mystery of opposites coming together as they are meant to be – as an inferior who serves and a superior who protects – is intact, there is no need for contrivances to “maintain the mystery” or “spice up your sex life” or using silly euphemisms like “in the bedroom” because we are too delicate to speak of sexual intercourse.”

    I don’t think married couples are too delicate to speak frankly when they want sex.. It’s never been that way for my husband and me.. I always say what I mean, so he is in no doubt.. Heck sometimes there just isn’t enough time for much more than a satisfying quickie. Especially when you have kids..

    Being too delicate to speak of sex is a relic of a bygone era. The language here is a bit flowery for me.. Sometimes a root is just a root. Of course frequent sex bonds a couple, physically and spiritually, But there are times when you are stressed out and just want to have sex. It’s enjoyable, fun and relaxing.. Mellows you out..

    This overly analytical quaint piece was definitely written by a who has not had long term experience in a good marriage.

    Reminds me of this…

    New love.. Waiting.. Yearning.. The woman melts at his touch on her cheek.. That kind of Mills and Boon stuff. (I never read those books, but my sister did. LOL) The initial bloom of love.

    That turns into a deeper comfortable kind of love in a long term marriage.

    Also I notice she signed off as content woman, and not content wife.

    Rather telling 😉


    • Thanks, Kathy. What comes naturally to some people is complicated for others. It is great to have a morning quickie before breakfast, but in America that could almost be grounds for extended litigation if wifie decided to make trouble. You know?


  4. Posted by anon on September 17, 2013 at 5:47 pm

    I don’t consider myself inferior to all men but only to my husband.


  5. Something current and relevant:


    “I am adamant that women are the lesser sex; that men are the creators and maintainers of the skeleton and sinews of Western Civilization, without whom women’s lives would be Hell on Earth; that men have an obligation to protect and provide for their wives, and that mothers have an obligation to protect and nurture their children; that women’s gender-specific strengths pertain to a far smaller range of undertakings than the feminist activists claim; and that attempts to dismiss any of the above will inevitably bring about mass misery, social dissolution, and overall chaos. Put any label on those statements you might care to apply to them, ladies. That’s easy enough. Convincing me that any of them is false will be much harder.”


  6. Professor Marie George:

    What Aquinas Really Said About Women

    “It is pride, the excessive desire of our own excellence, that tends to make us sad when another has some perfection or grace we do not have. To sorrow at the good is intrinsically evil. In our discussions of the differences between the sexes, we must avoid yielding to impulses of envy, but strive rather to love whatever littleness we may have due to our sex, as God loves it.”


    • This is why you religious freaks piss me off. Disgusting. I will never be loved by YOUR GOD then…..you know this imaginerary man of the sky that you’ve never seen, but have been brainwashed to believe he exists..lol the bible was written by MEN GO FUCKING FIGURE!? because I will not be some submissive obedient silent little cunt. Go dig yourself a hole and bury yourself in it.. please.


      • Posted by Julian O'Dea on July 6, 2014 at 8:16 am

        Thank you for your contribution.

      • Posted by Julian O'Dea on September 23, 2015 at 4:13 am

        I should have pointed out to this woman, if only for the benefit of other readers who may be more willing to listen, that the article I cited is not only written by a woman, but even in the bit I quoted says God loves women even in their “littleness”. Which is the reverse of what the ranting feminist said.

      • Little cunt. If we did exactly what you said we should do you’d still be living in a grass hut. Even this women realizes it:

        “If civilization had been left in female hands we would still be living in grass huts.”
        —Camille Paglia (lesbian feminist professor)—

        Julian, many of these little cunts don’t seem to realize that they’re lives would be totally miserable without us. She’d be eating dirt. Lol. Not only that but if men felt no protective instinct toward them, they’d be nothing but sex slaves and there would be nothing they could do about it. The only reason they have any rights at all is because of our (overly) good graces.

        It’s amazes how blind they are to this.

      • Posted by Julian O'Dea on September 27, 2015 at 11:59 pm

        Well, we all depend on each other. Men depend on women for their “good offices” and services (my wife put breakfast out for me this morning, before I went to collect our son and his bike).

        I always liked the way it was put by a girl in a Playboy magazine or the like, who said of her future husband that “if he provides the goods, I will provide the services.”

        The problem is that too many modern girls think that they should get the goods without providing any services.

        We all depend on the hard work and genius of our forebears. Perhaps men are more inclined to understand this than women, however. A lot of them would seem to think that water comes out of the tap by magic.

        Since you mention Camille Paglia, I have always liked this essay, in which she points out a few basic facts for women who tend to forget this stuff:


      • Posted by Zeta on June 17, 2016 at 9:59 am

        There are only types of people in the world “Male” and “Female” and if they can’t get along then society falls apart.

      • Posted by AlphaFemale on June 23, 2016 at 6:33 pm

        Hey don’t forget we can still abort them lol I’m not a feminist because I believe the exact opposite that women are entirely superior to man. After taking 4 hours and reading every article on this website I have e confirmed that as well. These are observatory, biased, ego feeding and non factual opinions. But let’s just let them all entertain I mean why not? We are realistically looking at a bunch of self serving males, with ancient beliefs rant online about how a divine gender they angrily crave and seek authority over, that will never obey. God doesn’t exist he was an image of man only mother earth does and look how good men are doing at pretecting it. Hahah its histerical. I believe men are so stupid you can’t reason with them so you treat them like children you don’t argue you just ignore and stick around if they provide what you want. If not we’ll damn right another one will and you leave their ass. Being dominated can take a sexy turn in the bedroom but men bring it outside of that area because they don’t know how to differentiate fantasy and reality. They are controlled by their hormones which makes them stupid and over aggressive. Staying upset at them would be like being mad at someone who’s bipolar disorder and cant make good decisions nor be in control of their emotions. You must dismiss them and move on because with out woman they are nothing their Balls will turn blue! Their genetically hardwired to desire women over ten times the amount we desire them and are stimulation is way more complex often leaving these .manwhores out of luck. Simply stay true to you disregard any word of men a lon g these lines you are the superior creator and sustainer of life. I take pride in dominatrix it makes me have the wildest orgasms. I love to control men and with my looks believe me those sluts let me. Play your cards right find a man with femanine qualities those are the qualities of life and let this simple-minded single religious freaks rant and rave. I have laughed so much I might have cut myself out a day at the gym and got an ab workout. I can also squat 235 lbs and I’m lean, sexy strong as fuck. Knocked out a guy twice my size at a frat party in 5 punches. Not one man with a dick on here could do that i bet. So see what I mean? If you tell yourself daily your a goddess and all men are practically stupid you will live a happy and satisfying life. I love you because you are a sister and womankind will be the only ones to save this earth. I also strongly recommend to avoid any of this further or in the future support giving birth to females and not males (male abortion) that may sound extreme at fitst but I did it and am speading the word amongst my sisters, and I believe it will have fantastic consequences!

  7. Did your wife write this?


  8. Posted by Lena S. on September 18, 2013 at 4:00 am

    Interesting. I’m going to have to think about this.


    • I would love to have your views on the piece, Lena.


      • Posted by Lena S. on September 18, 2013 at 12:59 pm

        From the Aquinas article:

        Diversity does not imply defect or sin on the part of anyone; on the contrary, the relative imperfections of things are desired by God: “The cause of this disparity could be from the part of God, certainly not that He was punishing certain individuals and rewarding others; but that He would raise some up more, and others less, so that the beauty of order would more shine forth in humankind.”

        That is a really good way of putting it. There is no great shame in being ‘less’; it is part of the whole order of things. It’s kind of the opposite of that insipid sentiment expressed in the John Lennon song, “Imagine”. I hate that song, lol.

      • Yes, Lena, you are right. Your being a woman, and lower in the natural order, should not be a humiliation for you. You should simply be happy to be part of the creation God wills. As Marie George says, you should rejoice in your inferiority.

      • Posted by Lena S. on September 18, 2013 at 2:00 pm

        It seems to be the logical next step from the Biblical submission/complementarity angle, which does end up being played in an egalitarian kind of way.

        And certainly it is a joy to have a trustworthy man to look up to and not feel like there is something wrong with me for wanting that and enjoying it. I don’t expect most people to understand or consider this, but I do think a lot of people would be happier this if they re-evaluated how dissatisfied they are with how they are currently living their lives.

      • Posted by Lena S. on September 18, 2013 at 2:02 pm

        Woops, an extra “this” snuck in there. I hate when I notice typos AFTER posting.

      • Posted by Lena S. on September 18, 2013 at 2:03 pm

        My mistake, missed a “with”, not an extra “this”. Sheesh. I need to eat breakfast…

      • Yes, it is almost as if God wants woman to embody and exemplify interiority and inferiority.

  9. Posted by katmandutu on September 18, 2013 at 4:02 am

    Come on BF .You mean you don’t know who wrote this? 😉


      • Wait, if you’re implying I wrote it, I didn’t. Although it does reflect some things I have said on David’s blog in the past (specifically my heavy criticism of “submissive” Christian wives who need continuous game or else they won’t submit to their husbands, and give off a general “Victor-Victoria” woman pretending to be a man that’s pretending to be a woman vibe)

        I very rarely think about submission the way most women on the blogosphere do. I mean, I was never a Feminist, I don’t need to deprogram myself. Submission is just something inherent to me.

        Which is sorta great because that means I have a lot of time to think about fun subjects like the existence of Bigfoot or developing a dairy and egg-free cake recipe that doesn’t taste “blah”. (I think Bigfoot is real, still haven’t made much progress on the cake recipe though.)

      • BF, and other women reading, I am always happy to get the considered views of women on these issues and I am happy to host further articles of this kind. I am not interested in feminist views because, to coin a phrase, we get them on our milk cartons.

      • Julian, I appreciate the offer but I’m not sure if I’d be able to write a good guest article. Like I said before, I never had any issues related to lingering Feminist programming. So alas, I do not have any insights to offer.

        Unless you just mean feminine issues in general. A pet peeve of mine (which I discussed previously) is modern American Christianity stigmatizing natural femininity (which wasn’t the case 50 or so years ago).
        I often feel out of place among Christians, due to my girly-girlness.

      • I guess I could write about the subtle, insidious forms of feminism influencing Christian women’s behavior? Like the pressure to be a “strong” warrior for Christ and stuff like that.

        Being a quiet, demure girly-girl is no longer considered a good thing.

      • BF, I would be happy to consider a guest post from you along those lines. But please keep it objective not personal. The article above is good like that. I think you could write something worthwhile along the lines you suggest. Perhaps include something on the value of being able to offer your husband your virginity.

      • But please keep it objective not personal.

        Gosh, this sounds like a High School English assignment 🙂

  10. No BF, I know it isn’t you. Not your style. Just having a bit of fun. Obviously the woman concerned wishes to remain anonymous, so I can’t reveal her name. 🙂


    • Is it you?

      In case you haven’t noticed, I’m a bad detective. I can barely solve episodes of Scooby Doo.


      • Ha ha ha ha! Nooooo, not me, BF.

        Prolix dissertations that place too much emphasis on analysing and not enough emphasis on living and REAL life, are not my style, either.

        I have neither the time nor inclination for such quixotic musings.

        Instead, I’m LIVING the dream, baby. 😉

  11. I have added this “fable” by “Sexy Nerdette” as a comment here:

    The Model: A Fable.


    • I don’t like her blog at all. I don’t think she has a good grasp of femininity. (Or is she a man? You never know with those sort-of blogs)

      I’ve noticed a lot of western women who claim to be former feminists adopt this cartoonish form of misogyny and beleive they are exploring genuine femininity. Instead they are just degrading femininity and idolizing masculine behavior – not much different from feminism.

      There’s shouldn’t be anything wrong with being proud to be a girl:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjWn-ueeeLw


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  14. Posted by Hannah on September 25, 2013 at 12:14 pm

    great read thanks 🙂


    • Hi Hannah. Yes, ContentWoman is blunt but she argues strongly for the inferiority of your sex.


      • Posted by Jim on March 31, 2014 at 9:07 pm

        You know, I’m surprised you haven’t been invaded by endless trolls who would post vitriol that would make Quentin Tarantino blush given what you just posted. I’m sure they would be breaching fire out of their little emotional mouths.

        And don’t get me started on the white knights and manginas.

  15. […] has been arguing here and here recently, as a guest blogger, that women are inferior to men, tout court. If this feeling […]


  16. Posted by Judy on October 8, 2013 at 8:21 pm

    Feminism isn’t just about sex, and I won’t be told to “take my place” because of the physical differences my gender may have. I won’t be treated like a fragile object because society tells me to. If I can do a job just as well as a man, then I will do that job, no matter whether or not articles like this tell me to “stay at home because men can ably to the job too.” Men and women are equal. They. Are. EQUAL.


  17. Yes there are inherent ‘differences’ in men and women, but the argument against equalitarianism is also ‘rhetoric’. To say that God created women for men, in order to position men above women, is a misogynistic and creationist argument. Just like all heterosexual organisms on earth, two different sexes evolved in order for organisms to procreate. These differences are not ’inequalities’. I am interested to know what author believes are the differences in women that make them ‘unequal’; but please use empirical and scientific evidence in your argument, not superfluous and fictional religious jargon.

    What is meant by ‘normal’ women, in regards to what the author believes women are sexually attracted to? To extend a personal opinion about what women are attracted to, and then to generalize this opinion to encapsulate all women, is a great fallacy. Not all women live with the sole purpose to impress men. And all women, just as all people, have different perceptions, opinions, values and attitudes in comparison to each other. There is no such thing as ‘normal’. That is a stereotype.

    To use the gospel of Oprah is again a non-reputable source of evidence. I am deeply offended by the author’s statement that women are a ‘piss poor imitation’ of a man. To say that the reason for divorce is because women want a ‘superior’, is again a fallacy. To use an outdated stereotype as evidence for a claim is injudicious. Where is the actual evidence for this claim? As I’m sure that as the author has some sort of sense, they would know that there are hundreds of different, and particular, reasons for a particular couple to divorce.

    To metaphorically suggest that because a male has external genitalia, this makes him more superior to women, as women are only meant to ‘receive’, is once again an un-falsifiable and unscientific argument. It is a redundant comment. If the author can make a ludicrous statement such as this, then an equivalent statement would be that because women give birth to all men (she gives them life, care and protection), shouldn’t that make her more superior? She gives life to all human beings, so how is she not superior?

    Maybe in porn and in the author’s own sexual relationship, a woman becomes a ‘brainless receptacle’ during sex, but once again the author has used a stereotype as evidence. This does not encapsulate all women’s sexual performance during coitus. As the author has not experienced the performance of everyone single woman on the planet, this statement is once again redundant. Clearly the author has not heard of the Cow Girl Position; women do fuck men. They have sex with their vaginas, which is not empty space. That is a childish understanding of the female anatomy.

    Where is the author’s reputable evidence to suggest that men and women are unequal in the workplace? If the author is going to make the misogynistic statement that women ‘are no better on average than men at anything other than that for which we are biologically designed’, then this argument can also be used against men. It is a nonsensical statement; what is in women’s biology that makes them less capable then men and in what circumstances? The author is again making grand statements with no substance to them. I will not even go into the horribly crude and stupid comment about women’s’ place not being in the workforce.

    To sum up, this essay is full of personal beliefs about the role of women, and contains not one shred of scientific evidence to back up any of the claims made. To the insecure man who wrote this essay, don’t take it out on us. And don’t attempt to implement your uneducated, misogynistic and completed outdated 1950s stereotype onto modern day women.


    • Sure, most men are physically superior to women in most circumstances, but that’s where the superiority ends. Men and women are equal in every other regard, especially cognitively. I would like to know the age of the author of this post. To perpetrate a male dominant culture based on biblical scripture and the physical characteristics of humans, rather then on empirical and scientific evidence (which are reputable sources) is ludicrous. The content of the essay suggests that the author may have been born in the 1950s, whereby they were indoctrinated into a sexist mentality that has affected their perceptions of men and women.


      • ContentWoman was born well after the 1950s.

      • then why does contentwomen have unprogressive ideals about women?

      • Presumably she has done her own thinking.

        Maybe she will comment herself.

        The essay was written by a woman. Hence “ContentWoman”.

      • I highly encourage her to comment

      • Physical characteristics are empirical data. Human males and females are not only different in the structure of their bones and muscles, but they’re also vastly different in the makeup of their neurochemistry, which means their brains are different. If their brains are different, and the brain is what makes up the self, then women and women are not the same. Empirical data has shown that the increased level of testosterone in male bodies causes increased aggression in comparison to females. This is responsible for a number of things, including the fact that the majority of crimes are committed by males, but it also has a great effect on the roles males choose in non-criminal society. Studies show that testosterone has a large role in developing spatial awareness, explaining why the majority of athletes and combatants are made up of males. It also shows that testosterone has a large role in developing attention span and memory. This is only one way in which male physiology is different from a female’s, and there are many other hormones and neurochemicals which make up our differences (and females do produce testosterone, but in much smaller quantities than males), but it’s a good example in showing why, or how, males naturally fit into a dominant role in society. Like all things, this is not going to be absolute for every single case, but in general men are much more likely to exhibit aggressive, ambitious, leaderlike qualities due to the way our species evolved from our Great Ape ancestors.

      • Apologies: third sentence should read “…then men* and women are not…”

    • Posted by Jim on March 10, 2014 at 2:57 am

      “o say that God created women for men, in order to position men above women, is a misogynistic”

      Translation: I don’t like what she wrote. Got it.


  18. Posted by Racquel on October 9, 2013 at 8:19 am

    I am so tired of people trying to speak for an entire gender or race or whatever ever group they identity themselves with. If you are happy being dominated then good for you. I’m happy you have found a way of life that suits you physically and mentally. However, I think it is unfair to assume that this is the “correct” or “better” lifestyle for all women. I am a woman, and I personally enjoy doing both. Dominating and submitting. But that is just ME. I do not expect every other woman to feel the same way. I truly believe that no woman should feel abnormal for wanting to assert their dominance in a relationship. No one has the right to say what is a “normal” way to conduct yourself in a relationship. Life is not so black and white. People are not so black and white. There is room for variation among both sexes. People should be able to conduct their lives in a way that makes them feel good regardless of what is “normal”. No one has the right to tell them how they should feel or think. And I like exercising my mind. I like working for my own things. Don’t tell me I want to just stay home and take care of children because that is NOT the ONLY thing I want to do with my life. No one knows what I want or what I feel besides me. I’d appreciate it if other people stopped trying to speak for me and all other women.


  19. I have asked ContentWoman to reply to these comments from feminists. Her response is that her guest posts are in the nature of opinion pieces offered for mature consideration. She thinks that there is nothing to be gained by wrangling with other females in the thrall of an ideology.

    I think she wants to be considered by men, and women who think like men, not sniped at by undistinguished women.


    • What is meant by undistinguished women and how dare she label those commenting on your opinion piece as such. ContentWomen is a bigot. She is also being dogmatic. Her ideology concerning women’s gender affects all women, so obviously women will want to discuss it and have the right to. After ‘mature’ consideration concerning the guest post, I found nothing ‘mature’ within it, and nothing ‘mature’ within this latest reply. The mature thing to do however, would be to expect criticism and other differing opinions from people in response to such a controversial post.


  20. Comments from the “tolerant”, “enlightened” and “progressive” which include stupid and vulgar remarks will not be accepted. Address the arguments, if you can.


    • If you look at my essay long reply which you have not responded to, I did nothing but directly address the arguments at hand.


      • The essay is by ContentWoman, who has declined to comment further. She may be preparing another piece which I will publish here in due course. I am not interested in a debate either at this time. I did read and note your comments.

        I think the point I would stress is that we are all familiar with the feminist arguments, and assertions, which are readily available and promoted in the public square. ContentWoman’s view is one that is rarely articulated and heard.

  21. There is nothing wrong with a person expressing their person point of view. It is when that view is imposed on others however, when women are told to ‘Accept Reality and Take Your Place’, that an opinion becomes an issue. When you make a post such as this on the internet, to a hugely diverse audience, you must expect comments.

    Please don’t dismiss my arguments as stereotypical feminist assertions. My beliefs are just as personal and critically formulated as ContentWomen’s, even if they do not align in the slightest.


    • While they are personal views, the gist of ContentWomen’s views are not rarely heard; they are all too similar with the opinions of women long ago in the 1950s.


      • ContentWoman did write this in relation to one of your points on “woman on top” in sex:

        “She is impaling herself, not fucking the man.”

      • She is not impaling herself, she is riding him

      • She is bouncing, impaled on his erection. If you want to call that “riding”, go ahead, but it is nonsense of course.

        Frankly, you sound like you have penis envy …

      • Posted by LilliPilli on October 10, 2013 at 6:30 pm

        Honey, when I am wriggling on a man”s dick, I am not fucking him. You know?! His cock stuck in my guts!!?

        Look in the mirror. Empty down there.

      • We need a name for this feminist delusion that women can “fuck”. Perhaps Phantom Penis Syndrome.

      • Posted by Madeline S. on October 23, 2013 at 8:27 am

        Dear Lord. “She is bouncing, impaled on his erection”? You say this as if a woman can not experience sexual satisfaction. Let’s answer the simple statement of why a woman would ride on top.

        There are two reasons that I can speak of from a personal standpoint, because I actually have a vagina.

        1. To please him. Yes, there are times I like to be on top because I enjoy bringing sexual pleasure to my man. I love him, and thus love making him feel good.

        2. To please myself if I’m not being satisfied. If whatever my man is doing does not sexually satisfy us both I jump on top. For those of you who DO NOT have a vagina or for those of you who do but may not have a particularly sensitive clit this position gives the woman COMPLETE control over what she feels.

        Penis envy is ridiculous. Have I wondered what it would be like to have a penis? Of course! But I can’t say I’ve dated any men who haven’t told me they wonder what it is like to have a vagina. It’s part of human nature to wonder what it’s like to experience the green grass on the other side. And that’s what it comes down to folks, we are all HUMAN. We all should be allowed the give and receive the same amount of love and respect to one another.

      • ContentWoman commented on Madeline S as follows:

        “What a lot of silliness. She hasn’t explained how she isn’t being impaled.

        The hilarious (and sad) thing of course is implied at the start where she says that saying she is impaled implies she can’t experience sexual satisfaction. So from her perspective, she has to pretend to fuck (act like a man) to have sexual satisfaction.

        She can’t be a woman and surrender. She laughs at the idea of penis envy but shows her own penis envy. Feminism is a psychological strap-on and how can that possibly be satisfying?

        I’ve grown weary of these twisted non-arguments.”

    • Posted by Jim on March 10, 2014 at 3:00 am

      “Please don’t dismiss my arguments as stereotypical feminist assertions.”

      Already have.


  22. Now, I have better things to do than bicker with women at the moment. All comments will now go into moderation.


  23. Posted by Bon Qui Qui on October 10, 2013 at 4:07 am

    fair point but, question, tell me what you think about me? I buy my own diamonds and I buy my own rings. Only ring your cell-y when I’m feelin’ lonely. When it’s all over please get up and leave. Question, tell me how you feel about this? Try to control me boy you get dismissed. Pay my own fun, oh and I pay my own bills.

    Always 50/50 in relationships

    The shoe on my feet, I’ve bought it. The clothes I’m wearing, I’ve bought it. The rock I’m rockin’, I’ve bought it. ‘Cause I depend on me. If I wanted the watch you’re wearin’, I’ll buy it. The house I live in, I’ve bought it. The car I’m driving, I’ve bought it. I depend on me, I depend on me. All the women who are independent. Throw your hands up at me. All the honey’s who makin’ money. Throw your hands up at me. All the mommas who profit dollas. Throw your hands up at me. All the ladies who truly feel me. Throw your hands up at me.

    p.s. how do you feel about stoning women under Sharia Law? I suppose because they’re inferior, and that nothingness between their legs isn’t doing anything, its okay.


    • I let this comment through because it is amusingly written. It also allows me to point out that those shoes, diamonds, car and house were most likely invented, designed and made by men. A simple Thank You will do.

      ContentWoman also has that “nothingness”. I am not sure how she feels about it, but she seems happy enough.


  24. Posted by Bon Qui Qui on October 10, 2013 at 12:47 pm

    You’re completely out of touch with society… Perhaps since the early 00’s, these are the lyrics to a destiny’s child song. This is sarcasm.

    But I am curious, what about households where the woman is the main breadwinner because he husband has become incapacitated? Your comments would suggest, that despite working full time and returning home to care for the home, her position is invalid. Am I right?


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  26. Posted by Shelby on October 12, 2013 at 1:12 am

    I’m just curious as to where your information came from. If you’ve looked at any current research of what actually happens when women are able to hold jobs you will see that the results are transformational. This is not my opinion, it is the raw truth.

    According to your argument, women are not only not capable of being better than men at ANYTHING other than their genetic makeup they are not even as capable as being equal. (I realize this post was originally by a woman and that only sickens me more than if it were written by a man). There’s a man named Bill Gates, he’s the creator of Microsoft, you may have heard of him. Mr. Gates was invited to speak in Saudi Arabia and found himself facing a segregated audience, a room split into men on one side and women on the other. A male member of the audience noted that Saudi Arabia aimed to be one of the Top 10 countries in the world in technology by 2010 and asked if that was realistic. “Well, if you’re not fully utilizing half the talent in the country,” Gates said, “you’re not going to get too close to the Top 10.” I don’t know about you, but I think Mr. Gates has done a hell of a lot for, I don’t know, the entire world, so I think his credibility may stand on this one.

    Here is some of my own research that I’d be happy to share with you:

    “In India, adolescent pregnancy results in nearly $10 billion in lost potential income. In Uganda, 85 per cent of girls leave school early, resulting in $10 billion in lost potential earnings. By delaying child marriage and early birth for one million girls, Bangladesh could potentially add $69 billion to the national income over these girls’ lifetimes.”
    -this research was done by the Girl Effect. An organization founded by Nike and the United Nations

    “In developing countries, sending a girl to school for one extra year will raise her personal income as an adult by an average of 20%.”

    “Girls who do not receive an education are six times more likely to be married as children, will have children earlier, and will have, on average, 2.2 more children than an educated girl.”
    -Both of these last two pieces were done by two NY Times Writers

    In all honesty, this is probably not going to receive anything but comments telling me to make a sandwich or name calling another crazy feminist who doesn’t know her place. Although it is nice to know that the percent of people who do actually believe this is a small number. Girls’ education is the fastest way to eradicate poverty (again, not my opinion, this is a fact. If this pisses you off, research it yourself). I hope that this doesn’t anger you but you see the potential that women have when they are treated as equals. True feminists don’t want women to rule the world. They want equal opportunity and that their circumstances are determined not by their sex but by their potential and ability. As a woman, I hope I’m never given something just because I’m a woman.

    I was raised with the mindset that I could do anything that my brother did if I worked just as hard as he did. There were no limitations because my parents did not see any barriers just because I don’t have a Y chromosome.


    • Posted by Jim on March 10, 2014 at 3:02 am

      “I was raised with the mindset that I could do anything that my brother did if I worked just as hard as he did.”

      You were lied to.


    • Posted by CS on August 8, 2017 at 3:37 pm

      4 years later, the comments on this article are an absolute gold mine. The amount of hamstering women will do to attempt to convince themselves they are equal is astounding.
      protip to the feminists: if you need an entire social movement to convince people you’re “equal,” you ain’t.


  27. […] Look at how a woman is compared to a man during coitus, assuming she is being fucked well. I’m not… […]


  28. the flaw here is that she relates to a non existent entity, as if it were decreed by this “god”.
    male vs female superiority is established upon a case by case situation, wherein it is to the participants as to what is best. It approaches it purely sexual content and infers the rest of a woman’s world from there. As a Dom, yes I agree for the woman I wish in my life. As an adult male I know this is NOT a pattern for all, no woman bows or kneels to me save she who happily wears my collar and desires this path.
    As for the rest? well I quote Crowley “Do what thou will shall be the law of the land”


  29. Posted by wow on October 14, 2013 at 7:04 am

    Also, if you look at different species and the female/male relations, the “dominant” gender is not always the same. Roles change a lot based on environment. Also, studies show that women are happier when they have a strong network of female friends – a woman’s happiness is not based solely on whether she “accepts her role of inferiority”. If anything, this is also an insult to men! Hey women, I know how you can keep your man around! All you need to do is create the illusion that you need him, and he will fill his role as the “superior” and then you can manipulate him as much as you want.

    Also, you say that men do all the civilization building, creating, inventing, etc. The greater proportion of men in those positions has nothing to do with the fact that women were TOLD they were inferior, and were actively kept in their “place”. Who knows what women could have produced throughout history if they had the opportunity?!


    • Posted by 7man's woman (a.k.a. Lena S.) on October 14, 2013 at 12:08 pm

      Women have been given the opportunity for a good 100 years now. The result? Western civilisation is being murdered. By their fruits you shall know them.


    • Posted by Jim on March 31, 2014 at 9:17 pm

      “Also, if you look at different species and the female/male relations, the “dominant” gender is not always the same.”

      They’re not human so it’s irrelevant.


  30. Articles/comments like this make me thankful I’m a lesbian.


  31. Although this essay is written beautifully from a linguistic standpoint, and makes its point in a strong, methodical way, I can’t help but feel slighted by the subject matter.
    In all honesty, this is a very narrow-minded way of looking at the world, and no amount of agreeing bloggers is going to disprove the fact that many people do not and will not feel the same about this topic. Nothing is this black and white, and the blanket statements this author has made become inherently fallacious due to the fact that it applies undoubtedly to some and not all, but is presented as something that ALL women harbor within them, and possibly attempt to ignore or silence. Even if by some horrible twist of fate, this notion was the running norm of women, it is ridiculously limiting to disregard the possible opinions of others. It is vastly uncomfortable for me to envision a beautiful, dominant woman, feeling like she must pretend to be week and scared in order to please her man. Whatever happened to being yourself? This of course argues against the main point of the essay, which is the idea that this is a fundamental part of our genetic makeup. If it is, then perhaps I have an overabundance of testosterone, and am therefore incapable of understanding what a true woman feels like. By this logic, I would not be considered a true woman at all.
    I for one enjoy the company of both men and women, and the men that I have allowed into my life have treated me with great respect, as has been my adamant demand. Perhaps they may have had a more dominant personality to myself, wanting to be in charge left and right and taking liberties where they see fit, but in this is the case, it becomes very important for me to assert my own strength and show him that no matter how overbearing his “nature” is, I still deserve the amount of respect that any man would. This means that my input must be valued without a condescending edge, and if i am uncomfortable or not in the mood to be dominated, he had better let me have a semblance of control.
    This article is bothersome to me personally, because it does not ring true to what i enjoy in the opposite sex. If there is an preexisting expectation of me, before I can even get to know this hypothetical male figure, then the situation is not going to play out well for him anyway. Even if the assumption is that I must like split pea soup because i have brown hair, or some other bogus misinformed thought, I’m going to be vastly annoyed that they showed up with preconceived ideas. That is no place to begin a healthy relationship. No, this is not to protect the mystery of girls from boys. This is to protect my identity from being tainted by the influence or expectation of a separate party. I am me, and you are you, and this article is an opinion piece being treated as factually reliable.
    To sum it up, Not all females are submissive, and I happen to know a few males who are, and enjoy a strong woman dominating them. The roles of power play are always negotiable. And what fun woiuld it be if they weren’t? expectations to be anything you’re not is one of the most Un-Sexy things presented in life (save for those that are into role playing).
    Next time this author sits down to write, they should ask themselves if they are taking into account the many other personality types that differ from their own.
    I am not you, I will not do exactly as you do, and if a man is going to behave as though i SHOULD or MUST submit to his needs, or fit his preconceived stereotypes, then he is in for a rude awakening. Whether or not it is the natural way of things, I respond to dominance with resistance. That in and of itself can be sexy, but the point is, Myself and many other women I know fall into a gray area that has been completely overlooked by the article in question.
    Long story short, don’t condemn all women to a life of submission. What if an individual doesn’t want it? How uncomfortable for that poor girl to be constantly doing what she doesn’t like, and in a sexual situation no less! We are a diverse species, and there are things that simply cannot be summed up in a singular template of expectation. In bed or out in the world, women and men must be free to be who they are, so long as this doesn’t harm themselves or others (unless of course you dig that sort of thing).


    • Plenty of people claim to be exceptions. Plenty of women will never submit – until they do.


    • It is vastly uncomfortable for me to envision a beautiful, dominant woman, feeling like she must pretend to be week and scared in order to please her man.

      A fallacious argument.


    • Posted by Never Mind the Balzac on November 28, 2013 at 3:43 am

      “Whatever happened to being yourself?”

      LOL It’s always the ones wearing the makeup, high heels and push-up bras, that go on about being yourself.

      “men that I have allowed into my life have treated me with great respect, as has been my adamant demand”

      No man with options would tolerate the shrew you are portraying. It’s no wonder this article bothers you.

      ” If there is an preexisting expectation of me, before I can even get to know this hypothetical male figure, then the situation is not going to play out well for him anyway”

      Everyone has pre-existing expectations their partners- including you of him. *Playing out well for him* in this spot, probably involve him getting away from a potential fish-wife asap.

      ” Not all females are submissive”

      Yes, and some women have facial hair but these are not the women “masculine” men are attracted to!

      “I happen to know a few males who enjoy a strong woman dominating them ”

      Yes but these are not the men feminine women are attracted to!

      Your basic argument here boils down to the old NAWALT (yawn).

      But experience tells me that no matter how strong and independent you think you are, there is a man out there to whom you would willingly submit yourself to (body and soul)….and love doing so!

      I suspect however, that unless you manage to unplug from the “you go girl” ant-feminine propaganda you’ve been spoon fed, I can’t see any man of quality bothering to make the effort.


  32. Why a woman should not try to act like a man:



  33. Posted by Kingofhearts1287@aol.com on October 21, 2013 at 12:04 am

    Wow, excellent article. It is good to see another person using their brain. Our society is trying to hard to overcompensate and be politically correct, to the point where we are pretending there is no difference between men and women.

    Men are better at some things, and women are better at some things… In spite of all that make believe feminist propaganda that we are all clones (with the exception of genitalia).

    I think this is why marriage in the US is failing. Both the male and female are trying to play the “man” role.

    Men are leaders! Period! Men are protectors.

    If you disagree with me:

    The next time there is a noise at the door at 3am, have the woman go check it out, while the guy stays in bed…

    Let “Men and Children” get on the lifeboats first and women last.


  34. I must say, that as a woman and as a chemist, this point of view clashes with my experiences in the workplace.

    When the author wrote,

    ” It is not necessary to have the majority of women in the workplace when men can do those jobs just as well or better in most cases.
    We were not meant to alter our biology so that we, men and women both, could fuck with impunity and fill the workplace with women medicating away their fertile years and meddling in the business of men, creating stifling politically correct environments and a lot of needless fluff work.”

    I wonder if she has met any women in the sciences. Science is accessible for both sexes. I do not feel that research performed by women is inherently inferior in content or method. The cerebral skills required by the sciences does not discriminate based on sex. Either you are well-trained, intelligent, and dedicated enough to produce results, or you aren’t. Personally, I’ve not found myself in work situations that are overly politically correct and would be insulted to have my research dubbed needless or fluff.


  35. Posted by Ivy on October 26, 2013 at 7:42 pm

    I hate to admit but there is truth in it , its just that you guys do not need to portray us women as ‘humble and obedient consort’ and ‘rejoice in your inferiority’ !

    We all have different roles to play !

    I feel that it is just certain words and how you describe should be less offensive (humiliating) to us ! No wonder feminist will condemn posts like this !


  36. Posted by Jim on January 22, 2014 at 2:44 am

    Does this woman have a sister that’s like her? 🙂


    • Posted by Julian O'Dea on January 22, 2014 at 3:13 am

      I know her name, but I agreed not to give it out. She lives in Canada. Sadly, we had a falling out not long ago. So I am no longer in contact.

      I assume you ask rhetorically, in which case I would say you are best off finding a youngish, amenable girl, and creating your own version of what you want.


      • Posted by Jim on February 11, 2014 at 6:39 pm

        My post was written partly in jest Julian. And sorry you two had a falling out. It happens sometimes.

        And btw, you’ve got to hand it to Contentwoman, she’s got guts to admit and state what she wrote.

      • Posted by Julian O'Dea on February 11, 2014 at 8:18 pm

        Yes, this post and the follow-up are classics. They have attracted numerous readers. Her argument is an interesting one, from female anatomy.

  37. […] had vaguely heard of the “bimbo movement” some time ago, but a site that referred to an old post on this blog alerted me to its reality. To the extent that anything on the Internet is real, of […]


  38. Posted by fat pig on March 11, 2014 at 1:56 pm

    I agree. I am inferior to all men. Sir, may I fetch you a sandwich? What would sir like on his sandwich?


    • Posted by Julian O'Dea on March 11, 2014 at 2:01 pm

      Good girl. Yes, trot off and get me a sandwich. Chicken.


      • Posted by fat pig on March 15, 2014 at 1:44 pm

        I was too stupid to make a sandwich. That’s why it took me so long. As a woman I need male guidance for most tasks. Here is your chicken sandwich sir. I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it.

      • Posted by Julian O'Dea on March 15, 2014 at 9:36 pm

        Good girl. But you did take a long time. And you forgot to describe what you wore when you made us men sandwiches. As the blogowner, I believe you should also explicitly offer to make all the men who come to this blog sandwiches. Try harder.

    • Posted by Jim on March 11, 2014 at 7:05 pm

      That’s a good girl. I prefer a ham sandwich with some lettuce. And don’t forget the mustard, but spread it thinly.

      One thing though. If your screen name is any indication then you must lose weight. Don’t starve yourself but institute a good workout program with sensible eating.


    • Yes, if “fat pig” fetches enough sandwiches, she may become “slim bitch “.


      • Posted by Jim on March 11, 2014 at 10:06 pm

        True enough. Besides, experts say walking is an excellent method for weight reduction. Maybe enough walking between the living room and kitchen will do the trick? I suspect we’ll have to demand a lot of sandwiches though.

      • Posted by fat pig on March 15, 2014 at 1:48 pm

        As a woman I hope to be more attractive to men and become a slim bitch.

  39. Posted by Julian O'Dea on April 10, 2014 at 7:01 am


    “One of the fundamental problems with the men’s rights movements is their ignoring what drives women in the first place.

    If my observations are correct, and I have every reason to believe so, we’re battling a deep, subconscious feeling of inferiority that drives women to do everything they can to demean men. They recognize their general reliance on men, their helplessness in the face of violence, and hate men for it. They might not be conscious of it, but it’s still there.”


    • Posted by Jim on April 10, 2014 at 3:22 pm

      Not merely helplessness in the face of violence but the fact that everywhere they turn, virtually every creature comfort they enjoy, was created and built and-or maintained by a man. I remember a chick getting really heated when she realized how dependent she was upon men after I told her the details of what I wrote above. She couldn’t argue it but became almost enraged since she always viewed herself as a “I don’t need a man” Ms. Independent superwoman. Lol.

      They’d be a lot happier if they stopped trying to compete with men and instead did their womanly duties.


  40. […] “A guest post from a frank woman” […]


  41. […] A statement which reminds me of this guest post on my blog. […]


  42. Posted by Julian O'Dea on September 13, 2015 at 1:20 am

    I couldn’t let this pass:


    “This is why women in the workplace is such a bad idea to begin with. Women know that the primary thing they’re good for is what’s between their legs, since there is generally precious little between their ears.”


  43. Posted by Julian O'Dea on September 23, 2015 at 8:33 am

    It is often claimed that, even though women are inferior to men physically, and perhaps intellectually, they are better than men morally. This becomes harder to believe when this sort of thing is going on:



  44. Posted by Julian O'Dea on September 27, 2015 at 7:50 am

    Olive Schreiner:

    “A woman is a ship with two holes in her bottom.”

    ” … when a man puts his penis into a woman’s vagina it is as if he put his finger into her brain and stirred it round and round.”


  45. “Another important figure in the history of intellectual misogyny is Otto Weininger.”

    I wouldn’t call that misogyny, I’d call it reality. It’s not hatred. IOW, it’s an acknowledgement of what is. Big difference.


  46. Posted by Julian O'Dea on October 6, 2015 at 1:14 am

    More on the relative mental abilities of men and women:



    “Male and female mean IQs are about equal below the age of 15 but males have a higher mean IQ from age 15 on.” (If true, this would help explain the puzzle of superior female performance in high school but lower achievement in adult life.)


  47. […] A woman argues for the natural inferiority of women. […]


  48. Kathy Shaidle:

    “Yet, forced to note that the world remains (too) populated (for my tastes), we’re obliged to conclude that this can’t possibly be true. If men bred primarily with intelligent women, the human race would have died off centuries ago, because, let’s face it, most women are dumber than men, or even than especially clever breeds of dog.

    (That you fellows can spend so much time nodding away at their pointless chatter is more proof of your superior mental strength. Also? Vaginas must really be something …)”


  49. Posted by Julian O'Dea on November 28, 2015 at 4:31 am

    Perhaps the approach outlined by ContentWoman in the above post is the only cure for the kind of problems outlined here:


    “Anonymous Reader” puts it well in the comments:

    ” … because the complimentarians are moderates, they are trying to split the difference between matriarchy and patriarchy. As such they are doomed to fail, because anything that isn’t explicit patriarchy will default to matriarchy because of the sea of feminism we all swim in.”

    Of course this discussion is taking place largely in the context of American Protestantism.

    As an Australian Catholic, this is obviously rather foreign to me. However I will say that it is important to give no support to feminism in any church. I saw Anglicanism go from a few giggling girls as altar servers in about 1980 to a feminist bishop in the United Kingdom who recently instructed the faithful not to call God “He”.

    There is no halfway meeting with feminism because it is based on heresy.


  50. Posted by Julian O'Dea on February 13, 2016 at 4:34 am


    “I cannot escape the conclusion that women know, viscerally, that they are not the equals of men.”


  51. Posted by Julian O'Dea on February 28, 2016 at 11:33 am


    Jeremy Morgan:

    “Needless to say, as human beings, we are embodied and enfleshed. We do not live as spirits detached from the material world. Indeed, our nature as embodied beings is a good thing.

    While I would strongly state that a human person and his or her worth is not ‘reducible’ to the mere physical, we are to a large extent shaped and defined by our bodies and physical nature. That we are to a large extent shaped and defined by our human bodies has been an accepted basic tenet of anthropology, philosophy and theology for centuries.

    You cannot separate mind from the body. Religious cults such as the ancient Gnostics however did assert a sharp body/mind dualism, and such distorted thinking led to some rather bizarre and extreme practices, whether it be brutal asceticism or unrestrained hedonism. Regardless of the particular extreme practices Gnosticism promoted, what was held in common was a radical devaluing of the body and of one’s mortal life.”


  52. Posted by Julian O'Dea on March 2, 2016 at 10:36 am

    ContentWoman’s text on this topic has received a review. The reviewer has trouble believing it was written by a woman. It was.

    The Natural Inferiority of Women” [Kindle edition]


  53. “Yet, forced to note that the world remains (too) populated (for my tastes), we’re obliged to conclude that this can’t possibly be true. If men bred primarily with intelligent women, the human race would have died off centuries ago, because, let’s face it, most women are dumber than men, or even than especially clever breeds of dog.”

    This statement is in error. Men can and do breed with intelligent women. No-one is saying the woman have to be AS INTELLIGENT AS the men, simply intelligent. The assumption here is that if women are not as intelligent as men, they are not intelligent. Apart from the fact women are not as intelligent as men, they can still be intelligent.


  54. […] vagina is the perfect representation of the nature of females. An empty vessel, a hole, a void with no identity of its own. Without a man to fill her with his essence, she is as useless as a crabapple rotting on the […]


  55. Posted by Julian O'Dea on May 2, 2017 at 7:25 am

    Added another photo.


  56. Posted by Julian O'Dea on May 23, 2017 at 11:55 pm


    “Cultural sexism in the world is very real when you’ve lived on both sides of the coin”

    ” Those who had taken testosterone treatments said they noticed psychological changes that came with the medical transition. Most trans men said that after they took hormone treatments they felt more sure of themselves and slightly more aggressive than they had been before the treatment.

    “After transitioning I was able to think more clearly, I was more decisive,” says the radio newscaster Gardner. “


  57. Posted by Julian O'Dea on May 25, 2017 at 7:25 am


    An article about family realities and women’s work performance – I do also suspect that women’s intelligence declines in their Twenties for some reason – perhaps absolutely or perhaps relatively compared with men. I think this may be part of the reason why, despite outperforming boys at high school, the real-world performance of females tends to be “disappointing” – a point made in the SBS article cited in this comment.


    • Posted by Jim on May 25, 2017 at 6:56 pm

      Notice how she backslides:

      —“However what I do want is options. I want to know that I don’t have to sacrifice salary, benefits or choose a role beneath my experience because that’s all I can find that is part time. I want my friends to not have to stay in roles they hate because it’s flexible and they can’t find anything out there that suits their needs. I want women to stop saying that it’s not worth them working because their salary won’t cover childcare (as though that’s not a family expense). I want flexible, interesting, well paid, part time opportunities that could suit both men and women to be the norm.

      Maybe my school wasn’t all wrong. Perhaps we will change the world, by writing one article at a time. “—

      She wants it both ways. She demands interesting part time work when she doesn’t realize the world doesn’t work to serve her. It’s not about you woman. Grow up.

      “We had beaten boys left, right and centre in academics, debating, sport.”

      Yeah, sure you did. I’ll believe that when you women start building societies instead of getting HANDED positions by pussy sniffing men and then proclaiming victory.

      She even claims they outdid boys in sports? Really? I’d like to see that. 14-15 year olds have out-competed world class female professional athletes when playing against them so I’m not buying that. Her unearned, massively inflated ego needs a beating.


      • Posted by Julian O'Dea on May 25, 2017 at 10:01 pm

        I think it got that beating.

        A reasonably attractive, reasonably intelligent young woman gets a lot of positive feedback these days. In some ways, it fails to prepare her for the hard reality of work and family.

        Yes, the claim about sport is very doubtful.

        Girls mature more quickly than boys, physically and intellectually, and they do well in high school. But boys eventually more than catch up. Also school is a very female-friendly place these days. The real world doesn’t coddle women so much. Men start to do better. And most women want a family.

    • Posted by Ray Manta on June 16, 2017 at 12:19 am

      I do also suspect that women’s intelligence declines in their Twenties for some reason – perhaps absolutely or perhaps relatively compared with men.

      A short burst of cognitive or other ability in the teens for women might have allowed them to attract a high quality mate who would be impressed with their superior genetic endowment. So a young woman who could play a musical instrument well or do some other cognitively demanding task to demonstrate fitness might have had a selective advantage. Later on, the demands of childrearing would occupy most of her mental shelf space and it seems likely it would reduce her level of performance.

      I think this may be part of the reason why, despite outperforming boys at high school, the real-world performance of females tends to be “disappointing” – a point made in the SBS article cited in this comment.

      Acquiring enough expertise to make a real-world contribution can be a decades-long enterprise, even for the most gifted individual. And breaking new ground is a whole different ballgame compared to mastering an existing domain. Note the lackluster track record of most “child prodigies”.


      • Posted by Julian O'Dea on June 16, 2017 at 4:58 am

        Yes. Maybe. Although I have not seen any data that women who don’t have children are more intellectually creative and productive. It was one of David Stove’s points (the lack of such data) as I recall in his essay on The Intellectual Capacity of Women.

        The idea that women are clever enough to select for a clever mate is one I have floated at this blog before, and as you say, once that is done, there would be less need for ongoing cleverness.


        I read a somewhat similar idea in “New Scientist” once, but it was written from a gynocentric viewpoint.

      • Posted by Ray Manta on June 16, 2017 at 12:15 pm

        Although I have not seen any data that women who don’t have children are more intellectually creative and productive.

        One study I read many years ago on women’s publication output said no. Unmarried/childless female scientists didn’t have a higher overall output than married women with or without children. Makes sense if they just had a brief cognitive boost in the mid to late teens. It simply isn’t enough to make a difference and would occur before they were likely to acquire sufficient expertise to make a contribution.

        Charles Murray’ work pretty much laid to rest the notion that women are a massive, untapped creative resource. His compariison of the freeing of Jews from oppression with the first world liberation of women showed that while the first led to a massive burst in creativity, the second did not.

      • Posted by Julian O'Dea on June 16, 2017 at 12:51 pm

        Yes. Women have been emancipated for generations in places like Scandinavia, Western Europe and America. However there has been a relatively modest intellectual ouput. David Stove argued that, given opportunities to be intellectually creative, women are not.

        Unfortunately, this ongoing relative failure has become a political issue and immense effort is spent to address the problem, with relatively modest results.

  58. Posted by Julian O'Dea on June 15, 2017 at 5:49 am


    “Intersectional Masculine Qualities Are the Gold Standard”

    “Most men want more of it. Gay culture celebrates it. Male and female athletes cultivate it. Shorthaired lesbians display it. Trans-men suffer through expensive procedures, drugs and therapy to acquire it. The entertainment industry objectifies it. Powerful companies profit from oppressing it. Women adore it, seek security from it, and in some cases, fear it.”


    • Posted by Ray Manta on June 15, 2017 at 11:44 pm

      Most men want more of it.

      Since they lack a pair of breasts and an extra hole between their legs, they need it to get shit done and make their place in the world.

      Gay culture celebrates it.

      I find gay pride marches and gay festivals more than a bit repulsive myself. Flaming faggotry is just unseemly.

      Powerful companies profit from oppressing it

      They’re wary of the male-based ability to shake things up and even topple the foundations.

      Trans-men suffer through expensive procedures, drugs and therapy to acquire it.

      …And produce an underwhelming result like Chaz Bono.

      Women adore it, seek security from it, and in some cases, fear it.”

      They also misunderstand it and try and control and destroy it. All of the examples listed that try and acquire masculinity when they don’t have it by nature can at best do a pale, narrow imitation of it (usually they do far worse). Look at the record of achievement of men vs women if you don’t agree.

      So I don’t understand the point of the article. Is everyone supposed to become more manly to make the world a better place, even those who have no real ability to do so?


      • Posted by Julian O'Dea on June 19, 2017 at 1:16 am

        I think the author is trying to praise masculinity without attracting criticism.

        Some of his arguments are typically Americocentric and silly. The examples of powerful, masculine female role models in movies and TV are irrelevant because they are only in the realms of fantasy. This is nonsense:

        ” But not all of the women being prized for their masculinity are real life people. Blockbuster movies like Wonder Woman and the latest Star Wars franchise entry, Rogue One, featuring female superhero’s who fight like men, and bring to the world women who win through strength and masculine punches. “

      • Posted by Ray Manta on June 19, 2017 at 2:22 am

        Some of his arguments are typically Americocentric and silly.

        It could be due in part to America’s foundation as a frontier society. Until recently, men outnumbered women and had a correspondingly higher tolerance for female misbehavior. There also might have been some selection pressure for a plucky, “take charge” temperament in women. It can be ok in small doses but ruinous with the lack of checks and balances we see in modern societies.

        The examples of powerful, masculine female role models in movies and TV are irrelevant because they are only in the realms of fantasy.

        The “powerful” female role models in the movies are usually Mary Sue types who were just handed their power. This is just female reality transferred to another realm. At a young age, nature endows women with an enormous amount of sexual power, which they did not have to work to acquire. I believe that women have this built-in expectation that any other ability they acquire should be the same. Of course it never works that way in the real world.

      • Posted by Julian O'Dea on June 19, 2017 at 4:06 am

        Yes. I wrote about some of that “female power” recently, here or on FB. I can’t remember which. An even moderately attractive young woman has enormous sexual power. And this can translate to social power. She will be feted and admired and literally taken places while she is young and pretty.

        Attractive young women find themselves in social situations to which, objectively, they are not entitled. One sees a pretty girl sometimes among a group of more adult and accomplished men and women. She is clearly there as decoration.

        If young women understand this power and use it wisely – for example, by making a good marriage – which was what they used to be told to do – it can be truly valuable. But it seems that many of them are frittering it away.

        As for America, I have got into debates about this, but American society is more deeply feminist than Australian society; although both societies had strong frontier experiences. I tried briefly to analyse some of this here:


  59. Posted by Julian O'Dea on July 4, 2017 at 7:25 pm


    “Bigger brains put men ahead of women in the IQ stakes, says research.”

    “They found that men had an average brain volume of 1.2 litres compared with 1 litre for women. The surface area of men’s cerebral cortex was 1850 sq cm against 1630 sq cm for women. A key finding was that in both men and women, people with bigger brains had slightly higher IQ scores.”


  60. Posted by Julian O'Dea on August 11, 2017 at 6:36 am

    “Google’s War Over the Sexes” (makes an interesting case that freer societies tend to polarise sexually).


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