Posts Tagged ‘society’

I remember

I remember those first times
you ironed my shirts for work;
barefoot on steaming summer
evenings; the hiss and curve of
the hot iron; the turn of your 
ankles; cottage industry; hammer,
anvil, heat of the human forge.

Julian O’Dea

The Return of the Patriarchy

The tough Alabama and other State laws in America virtually banning abortion are causing a frenzy among progressives and feminists.

Women only have themselves to blame.

And both men and women are calling them to order.

There used to be a social contract: men endure the risks of work and war; women endure the risks of childbirth. But women have dropped their bundle while expecting men to continue with ours.

Women have abused a “right” to abortion, which was only ever meant to be used in extreme circumstances, to have their unborn children killed in huge numbers.

This has taught men and conservative women a lesson: women can’t be trusted with too much freedom.

Time for a bit of patriarchy.

Sisters in Submission

I have had some traffic arriving at this blog lately from a site called Sisters in Submission.

If any woman is interested, here is the site: Sisters in Submission.

I am always interested in interviewing by email (with anonymity assured) any woman in this lifestyle or any other unusual lifestyle. Please contact me at jkodea@netspeed.com.au

The kind of interview I have done in the past is shown here: “The Bimbo Fetish and Lifestyle“. (This short article has had over 4,500 views.)

More Red Pill women discussion on Reddit

Red pill women on Reddit

 

A comment and another old picture of women

A recent comment on a photo showing the way women used to be but are now:

” You feel an intense sense of loss, but you feel better because you know things were better once, and you think, you start to believe, that somehow there can be a restoration of that better state – after all, here is the proof, sitting right in front of your very eyes! “Things were once nice like this, surely they can be again, right?” “

Good comment, and here is another old photo of how women used to be:

1957. Leeds General Infirmary, England. Prayers at the start of a shift.

Freed of patriarchy, women express their individuality

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