Women and Penetration

Do people who say things like this realise they are only making normal men feel more confident and glad they are not women?



“I think it would help them understand women,” said Ford in an interview with GQ.

“I think there’s a psyche that happens because of it that makes you understand and appreciate what women go through their whole life.”

“It’s such a vulnerable position to be in,” he continued. “There’s such an invasion. I think that that’s something most men do not understand at all.”


10 responses to this post.

  1. This is a homosexual mentality. Enough said.


    • True; only a homosexual male (or a man-hating lesbian) would think of some depravity like this (considering the vast differences between vaginal and anal penetration). Or it could be that he is the son of a single mother, or an SJW simp hoping to score points with feminists by being a ‘good dog’.
      If women genuinely didn’t like vaginal penetration, then why are the overwhelming majority of female sex toys shaped like a phallus?


  2. So Mr. Ford is recommending that all men be raped anally so they can understand women, most of whom have not been raped anally, thanks be to God.

    He’s making a great case for taking fashion back from the homosexuals, to put it mildly.


  3. Posted by Ofelas on December 9, 2016 at 11:33 pm

    I would say that contrary to what he says in the last sentence men maybe understood and many still understand it very well (without having to experience it at the receiving end) and that exactly this understanding (together with the underlying instinctive wiring to prevent investment into other mans offspring) was some very real basis for the ‘evil double standard’ wrt man’s vs woman’s sexual history and importance of woman’s virginity.


    • Posted by Julian O'Dea on December 10, 2016 at 2:25 am

      I completely agree. Of course men can understand the physical and emotional meaning of penetration. The salient point is the profound invasion. This gives it a great symbolic meaning. And as you say, it explains why virginity in women has always been desirable to men. I have never understood how men can tolerate marrying a girl who was not a virgin.

      The powerful physical and symbolic meaning of penetration also explains the seriousness with which adultery and cuckoldry are traditionally viewed.

      Other cultural meanings of intercourse exist of course: unity, intimacy. But these do not negate the conquering and penetration. In fact I would argue that the religious concept of unity is expressed most thoroughly by deep, invasive penetration.

      The young woman who claims that premarital or extramarital sex with another man was “just sex” is ignoring the reality of what sex involves.


      • I’m reminded about the movie Alien and the rape imagery.

      • Posted by Ofelas on December 15, 2016 at 9:26 pm

        What you say pretty much expresses my own sentiment about the topic to a T.

        One thing that comes to mind, when you speak about unity: it will be just anecdotal, since I have no knowledge of hebrew: one of the vebs used in Old testament for intercourse is ‘yada’, that should mean something like “(to get) to know” , and it is transitive in meaning (she is an object/target of the activity, affected by the action), not reciprocal (‘each other’).
        Knowing by experiencing, intuitive deep knowledge achieved by penetration. And it is obviously not used as euphemism. The old folks apparently just had some very profound insight into how these things work.

        Also, I have recently commented about similar topic at Dalrock’s blog, in reaction to a commenter, who argued/doubted that there would be any substantial difference in the way either sex experiencs the act of sex. I take the liberty now to copy parts of it here:

        “Regarding the differences in sexual response of either sex etc: the pleasure part is just one of effects sex has on one’s being, and I would say that we can posit that women are (generally) affected by sex much more and in much more intense and thorough way, which is linked with the gratification or pleasure dimension in a manner of mutual enhancement.
        The deeper or stronger effect of sex on all her being makes sense from the point of view of basic physiology and the very different nature of the way each party acts in and experiences the sexual encounter – in other words: to penetrate and to be penetrated are very different things, just like to be on the receiving end of some intense banging versus delivering it. Woman’s sexual experience involves breaking her physical integrity and being acted upon, invaded, and affected by other person to the very essence of her being, and the impact of this ‘takeover’ generally is or can be so strong that she is literally melting, dissolving, losing boundaries, feeling like breaking into pieces under the pounding, and the thrusting penetration sort of feels like some axis that only holds her together as she’s losing control, she feels like the man fills her completely, like everywhere, not just the genital part, she is being had and owned and stuffed and ruled, submitting and giving full control to him. Which all of course means much more intense response from a woman (eg the screaming, crying, shivering, losing it completely, falling into some semiconscious trance-like state of total submission and giving in to whatever the man does).
        Nothing like that happens to a man during sex. He may have some intense feelings, but none of a kind of having other person filling (in both the literal physical and some emotional/psychological sense of deep impact on the person as a whole) him and having such overwhelming impact and control over him, triggering at some deeper level of psyche some intense submissive bonding and feeling of belonging to the other…. “

      • Posted by Julian O'Dea on December 16, 2016 at 4:15 am

        Yes. That is interesting about the old Hebrew expression, which we see in the Bible as “knew”. “Now Adam knew Eve.”

        Here is what one woman said about sex from the female point of view:


        A quote: “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.”

        It is clearly a profound invasion of the woman in every sense. Attempts to deny the difference in the male and female experience (notice how we now have the rather absurd idiom, “she fucked him”) are clearly gender politics rooted in feminist ideas in society.

        Ironically, feminists tacitly admit the extent of the spiritual invasion attendant on being penetrated with their exaggerated reactions to the idea of rape, and their tendency to equate any kind of masculine behaviour to some kind of “rape.”

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