“A Stable Father Prevents the Early Onset of Puberty”

A review article by Connor Murphy:


” … it stands to reason that children are consciously and subconsciously aware if they are under the care and protection of an adult male, i.e. a patriarch. When they know they are not, they are more stressed as a result.”




6 responses to this post.

  1. Teenage girls (13-15yo) working out at the YMCA gym wearing outfits that are little more than bikinis while surrounded by adult men. Middle-school girl volleyball player at the grocery store wearing her game uniform which is a tank top and blue panties that do not her pert rear end. Any man who notices is branded a pervert. Noticing is a crime.

    Mothers are pushing their daughters to dress just like the sluts the moms follow on social media. If a father is around he has to fight mom and the daughter in many cases.


    • Posted by Julian O'Dea on September 9, 2017 at 12:25 pm

      More evidence that only a return to more patriarchal arrangements will solve these issues. It is blindingly obvious that only male authority prevents women becoming slutty. Women are mostly amoral. They used to behave because they had no choice. But women en masse have decided that pagan licence is best.


  2. Posted by fuzziewuzziebear on September 9, 2017 at 4:35 pm

    I see it as a consequence of hypergamy. When all the girls are chasing the few hawt guys, competition will be cutthroat. Even fathers who are present are socially inhibited from restraining their daughters.
    In looking at the two pictures, which one would be better to have around long term? Can young women even see ahead that far?


  3. The boys, not understanding, think they make great ‘girlfriends’.

    But they will make horrible wives. And lives.

    Be wise.


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