Posts Tagged ‘Evolutionary Psychology’

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

 

 

 

Lauren Southern subjected to MakeApp

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The app (which is claimed to use neural net intelligence) needs some more work. As somebody pointed out, her eye colour has apparently changed.

On the positive side, Lauren Southern looks quite good in the right hand picture.

My wife rarely wears or wore makeup. Some women can get away with it.

Hunter Day

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Pretty girl … nothing that a good, strong husband and a sound spanking couldn’t fix …

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.

Tattoos on women as “costly signalling”?

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This stock image is described as a “Beautiful short hair brunette woman.”

I wondered about the tattoo. “fuzziewuzziebear” made an interesting suggestion in the comments.

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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This is what an ex-feminist looks like

This is a fairly old story, but it is still remarkable.

Here she is after turning from radical feminism back to normal.

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There is always hope.

Linemen and Washerwomen

I have noticed that when the environment becomes harder, women tend to become a bit more feminine. It has even been said that feminism is merely a side-effect of comfort and prosperity. In any case, I thought this was a nice addition to the annals of the sexes working together.

“A Stable Father Prevents the Early Onset of Puberty”

A review article by Connor Murphy:

http://www.xyz.net.au/a-stable-father-prevents-the-early-onset-of-puberty/

” … 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.”

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