Posts Tagged ‘Biology’

Womanspreading

Traditionally and sensibly, women used to keep their vulva and vagina covered and hidden. There IS a mystery about that part of a woman’s body. But it is also vulnerable. Dressing modestly and keeping their legs together has therefore been traditionally seen as decent, feminine behaviour.

Feminists have attempted to reverse this natural inclination by claiming some illusory “power” for their genitals and breasts, and showing them off at every opportunity (pussy hats, Femen). But it makes no sense to lead with one’s most vulnerable point.

Womanspreading is not empowering. Undressing is not empowering. A freed nipple is not empowering. At best it looks absurd. At worst it just draws the “male gaze” even more powerfully.

Women’s wide hips

According to the article cited below, women’s wide hips do not mean inefficient locomotion. The author also seems to be arguing that childbirth does not require wide hips. So, why wide hips? I am wondering if it is something to do with the strength and/or stability of triangles (such as that made by a wide pelvis and the legs) and the way women need to carry babies and young children efficiently, with the downward force towards the ground.

Stability might be particularly important when carrying a baby or child because of the risk of injury to the young.

In Defence of Wide Hips

 

 

 

Paula Wright, independent anti-feminist evolutionary thinker

https://porlawright.com/

This includes several interesting essays including some thoughts on benign patriarchy. I believe we currently have a benign patriarchy in the West, which should be conserved.

James Doyle on lordosis in women

 

Lordosis?

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The emphatic curve in these ladies’ backs, making their buttocks more prominent, resembles lordosis. Wikipedia considers whether this ancient mammalian posture has a role in humans here.

I have written at this blog about why certain female body parts have such appeal for men. In reflecting on female legs, my feeling was that heels work mainly by accentuating curves. I wonder if the real fundamental “sexual releaser” for men might simply be curves. In lordosis. With breasts. With legs …

Are long, gentle curves the most attractive? Like the Eiffel Tower:

 

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More blue/black girls

On black skin with blue tones.

 

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I am not sure if the girl below shows the blue skin effect, but I include her because she is rather lovely:

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Another woman with skin so dark it looks blue?

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Later: Some (better?) examples:

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I have written about this blue effect and its possible relationship to the optical “Tyndall effect” here.