“Mommy Porn” Novel Explores Submission, Titillates Women

by W.F. Price on March 14, 2012

The popular “50 Shades of Grey” romance/porn novel has been making waves in the publishing industry as women from all walks of life find themselves aroused by its theme of utter surrender to a man. According to a Fox News article, feminists, too, approve of the book, which began as a fanfic spinoff from the Twilight series (naturally).

Given how the story is described, it looks like a rip-off of the Story of O that Heartiste enthusiastically recommends as the key to understanding women’s erotic desires:

The plot of “50 Shades of Grey” centers on a young and naïve college student named Anastasia Steele who is seduced by a rich and powerful entrepreneur named Christian Grey. Grey persuades Steele to sign a contract that allows him complete control over her life, in and out of the bedroom. Yet despite the fact that Steele becomes completely submissive to a very dominant man, feminists aren’t up in arms.

You know, I’m starting to wonder whether the models of domestic violence touted by feminists in which men seek utter control over women aren’t really a pornographic fantasy. I recently watched “Sleeping with the Enemy,” a film from the 90s starring Julia Roberts as a battered wife. Although the film wasn’t all that well done, there was definitely some erotic element to the dominance and control exerted by her psychopathic husband.

Contrary to what popular myths might lead one to believe, the book is more distressing to men than to women, but that makes perfect sense. Most men are disturbed by the idea of being objectified and dominated in the bedroom, and have a hard time relating to female sexuality.

While women are applauding the book, some men are expressing concern over whether women should be insulted by a plot dominated by a man who tells a woman when to sleep, eat, work out and even how to groom herself. Television host Dr. Drew Pinsky recently called the book a “rape fantasy” on his HLN show. Women writers laughed off Pinsky’s remarks, saying there is absolutely no reason for men to weigh in on this issue at all, and certainly no reason for them to use the term rape.

Perhaps what’s most demoralizing to men is that most of them have been instructed to behave in exactly the opposite manner from what turns so many women on. Additionally, most men simply aren’t all that dominant whether they restrain themselves or not. “Christian Grey” is a figment of the female imagination — guys like that hardly exist in real life. When they do turn up, other men take them down.

Nevertheless, the book and the discussions surrounding it show that the cat’s out of the bag. Men who have been fooled about women’s true nature for their entire lives, and who still try to fool themselves, are finding themselves demoralized by women’s enthusiastic endorsement of utter objectification and submission.

For more on the novel, check out Paul LaRosa’s take on it. Paul seemed a bit confused by its success, asking “Is it possible that so many women dream of becoming the submissive partner of a dominant male partner which, after all, is the central plot of the book?” He discovers that yes, in fact, this is what they dream of.

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Boxer March 14, 2012 at 15:55

Excellent write-up, Bill. You left out the typical male response though.

Paul seemed a bit confused by its success, asking “Is it possible that so many women dream of becoming the submissive partner of a dominant male partner which, after all, is the central plot of the book?” He discovers that yes, in fact, this is what they dream of.

And men like me, who figured this out in the past, also figured out that no one woman is worth the hassle of controlling. So much easier to simply “ride the carousel” of willing females and discard them when they demand this sort of attention, as they always do.

Really, who in the hell has time to micromanage the life of some dopey wimminz? I certainly don’t. So many other things are so much more interesting. Sex is all I need from a wimminz, and that’s the most plentiful commodity on the market.

Regards, Boxer

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Black Rebel March 14, 2012 at 15:55

Christian Grey, Anastasia Steele…Subtle…

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W.F. Price March 14, 2012 at 16:08

Really, who in the hell has time to micromanage the life of some dopey wimminz?

-Boxer

Yes, this is really the conundrum most men face. We simply don’t have time for the effort required to keep a woman in a constant state of arousal/sexual satisfaction. It’s why marriage became such a widespread institution. Marriage formalized submission/dominance, and consequently freed men’s time up for more constructive pursuits than herding females. In a society where men must engage in all sorts of controlling behavior all the time, productivity will necessarily suffer. This is why people like “Christian Grey” don’t exist in real life — how could the guy possibly have any career success if he spends all his time dominating a woman?

dragnet March 14, 2012 at 16:12

Manginas wept.

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mananon March 14, 2012 at 16:17

Contrary to what popular myths might lead one to believe, the book is more distressing to men than to women, but that makes perfect sense. Most men are disturbed by the idea of being objectified and dominated in the bedroom, and have a hard time relating to female sexuality.

W.F.Price

Hm, although I agree with most of your analysis, I’m not sure this statement is true for all men. Certainly some men welcome the opportunity to be submissive once in a while, since it takes some of the responsibility for controlling the sexual act away from them. Without feeling the need to “perform” some men find the experience more pleasurable overall.

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Unsentimental March 14, 2012 at 16:18

Why are things female of such inferior quality and ignoble character ?

Their writing,

Their thinking,

Their actions,

Their desires,

Their behaviours,

Their conduct,

Their work,

Or is it correct to say that the female of the human species will always drop to a level that their counterpart males will tollerate as individuals and as a group ?

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W.F. Price March 14, 2012 at 16:21

Hadn’t heard about this book. Just bought it on my Nook. Thanks for the recommendation ;D

td9red

Let us know whether it does the trick. ;)

keyster March 14, 2012 at 16:27

There’s no such thing as “equality” in the act of sex.
It’s power, control and domination of one over another.
(Gays verbally identify themselves as a “top” or a “bottom” or use other visual ques.)
“9 1/2 Weeks” was another one of this genre.

As long as she’s ends up being the boss of either him or herself by the end of the story, feminists won’t gripe.

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NWOslave March 14, 2012 at 16:31

Suffragette motto: Women will legislate morality with their votes.

If the suffragettes could’ve seen into the future at the fruits of womens morality, I wonder if they would’ve campaigned against womens vote?

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Joe Zamboni March 14, 2012 at 16:46

Women may be interested in, and turned on by the book because it describes an experience that is so different from their real-life experience with men. American men are so downtrodden, so demonized, so disempowered, so discriminated against, so marginalized, that the thought of a powerful man dominating them seems most interesting. So perhaps the female psyche, in those readers of this book, is attempting to reestablish some balance in the badly out-of-whack relationship between the sexes. Perhaps the female psyche (unconsciously) yearns to reestablish the male in her life to a place of glory and power.

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Hugh G. Rection March 14, 2012 at 16:47

Christian Grey, Anastasia Steele…Subtle…

I always get a chuckle out of fake porn character/actor names.

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Rocco March 14, 2012 at 16:57

The truth always was that women didn’t get men and didn’t want to.

Men know women: they like gina tingles and money, they even write songs about it.

So all their complaints against men are pure projection. To have a relationship in sophisticated Los Angeles the women required sundry and varied fantasie, role play, and bullshit to entertain them in relationships.

And it was exhuasting and expensive.

That’s why they have labeled us as haters.

Pure projection.

Feminism is a hate movement and the opposite is a civil rights movement.

As far as rape fantasies…..who cares….for any guy that’s a bridge too far……that’s a game you don’t ever play…… in this legal environment.

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Thomas Tell-Truth March 14, 2012 at 17:02

Google up a novel called “A Story of O”, also written by a chick.

Crazy women and their submission fantasies…

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Uncle Elmer March 14, 2012 at 17:08

What was that porn book back in the early 70′s that took similar literary circles by storm? I think the title was “I Am Curious Yellow”. Turned out each chapter was written by a different author.

And reading about this latest porn success I am wondering why I write stupid comments every day when I could get up and write 2 paragraphs of a porn novel. In a year I could have a “trilogy” and retire overseas. I know a lot about what makes women hot so could steam it up quite a bit.

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namae nanka March 14, 2012 at 17:24

“Yes, this is really the conundrum most men face. We simply don’t have time for the effort required to keep a woman in a constant state of arousal/sexual satisfaction.”

If women worked, and if that could work…
and if men could live out only on a diet of sex instead of inventing patriarchy and oppressing the poor dears.

“Women may be interested in, and turned on by the book because it describes an experience that is so different from their real-life experience with men. ”

There might be some truth to that, but novels for women have been along these lines. It’s more probable that women tried to dislike these novels the way they try to prevent other thought crimes. Of course there is only so much the elastic can take.
Weininger wrote of how women-more-sexually-moral might have been a cause for frequent hysteria in women. And that the emancipation of women shall be from women themselves. He had unreasonable expectations.

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namae nanka March 14, 2012 at 17:26

“Google up a novel called “A Story of O”, also written by a chick.”

And there was controversy whether a woman could write such stuff.
Today it would be a controversy if a man wrote such stuff.

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Uncle Elmer March 14, 2012 at 17:28

Here, once again for the Spearhead, Elmer’s searing semi-autobiographical novel :

Chapter 1

Madison eased her car to the edge of the road, holding her foot on the brake as she pulled out the map for another look. Certain she was on the right highway, but puzzled by the expanse of mountains that had been creeping slowly past all morning.

After a brief study she felt confident in her direction. With a little luck a turnoff shown on the map would be just ahead, and promised to shave some time off her drive to Needhampton and her new job as as director of the Sally Ride Women’s STEM Directorate for Brademore College. She pulled the car back onto the blacktop and accelerated down the road.

The sun baked through heavy passing clouds, warming the car comfortably. Pines glided past now as she moved deeper into the dark mass of mountains. And there it was , Route 27, the turnoff she had spotted on the map.

She slowed around the curve, then pulled to a stop again, facing down Route 27 into the darkening hills. Ahead the highway was swallowed by the thickening forest.

“Hmm”, she thought. Looking up at the clouds she wondered if she should just stick with the directions sent her by Dr. Maple.

But the map hinted that an hour could be saved, and she had wearied of the long cross-country trek, so she decided to be daring her last few miles and started down the scenic road.

She was climbing higher as the hills unfolded before her. As each hill passed and lulled her mind she thought again about what she had left for this Job.

“Boredom, that’s what” she said aloud, laughing. What a long tense battle it had been. First deciding that she wanted something else besides a life of security with her kind but domineering boyfriend Steve, then breaking the ties and accepting the new position so far from his jealous attempts to hold her back.

And now she was on her own and felt great about it, free to seek adventure wherever she liked. When offered the job she had been ecstatic, eager to move to the college surrounded by wild mountains for her to explore.

The clouds had slipped on her ominously, and in a flash of darkness unleashed a torrent. Suddenly the windshield was blurred with the savage downpour, the roof drumming loud with the thunderous flood. As her heart pounded she slowed the car, then the rain pounded harder still forcing her to a halt. She inched the car to the side of the road.

She sat there as the rain lashed her car. Out the window she saw an instant stream running down the roadway. There was nothing to do but turn off the car and wait for it to pass.

As the rain poured on she pulled out the map and looked again. About three more miles. The storm began to ease, and in a few minutes was down to a light drizzle, then, nothing. The sun blazed again, revealing the sparkling wet forest. She was dazzled, amazed at the sudden arival and departure of the fierce shower.

Madison turned the ignition key. Nothing. She turned again, but no came sound from her car. Again. Nothing.

“Rats!” she yelled, and banged her fists on the dash. She got out and walked to the front of the car, lifting the hood. The engine compartment was dripping wet.

“How could the rain have gotten in here?” she asked aloud. She slammed the lid in frustration. She stood pondering the situation. With only a few miles to Needhampton she could just walk and get a ride to the college, picking up her car after it dried out.

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Uncle Elmer March 14, 2012 at 17:30

The wind blew softly now through the pines, the smell of the damp earth and evergreens persuading her to ditch the car and enjoy an afternoon hike to her new home.

She reached in the car and grabbed the keys, rolled up the windows and locked the doors. In the late summer warmth it seemed ok without her sweatshirt, so she put on her sunglasses and started up the road.

After about twenty minutes she started to crest a long hill that had inched slowly under her feet. She paused to catch her breath, looking back at her car, now getting tiny in the distance. The wind breezed stronger, cooling her pleasantly. Clouds raced past.

Not wanting to get caught by another shower she hiked on, hoping to make it to town in an hour. Another hill passed beneath her feet.

The sky darkened again, she picked up the pace. And in another sudden flash she was drenched by the clouds, the rain soaking her to the skin. The shock of cold made her gasp. Water poured off her. Just as suddenly the clouds gave way and the sun brightened her. Strange weather she muttered, musing over the predicament her desire for adventure had now gotten her into.

“Could only be a little farther” she thought. But the road was dark with trees, and no houses were to be seen. Might as well finish she decided, and proceeded onward.

The sun beat down now, promising to dry her before she appeared in town like a wet puppy dog. She brightened on seeing some people on horseback ahead. They disappeared into the woods. She walked briskly to catch them, finally reaching the trail head and walking into the pines, sure that they could give her the final directions. But no riders appeared. She trotted a ways up the dusty path , hopeful they were nearby.

She was startled by the sudden appearance of tall horses and men in her path. She backed up as the rough looking men held the animals in front of her. They were staring, smiling, lustful. She crossed her arms, realizing her shirt was still soaked, clearly showing her bra and dark nipples to the brazen men.

She was afraid, and felt foolish now for having come up the trail after these brutes. She turned to walk back to the road, and the men trotted aside and behind, taunting her with rude comments. Her ears stung with rage. One man pulled his horse in front of her, she stopped and moved in another direction, only to be blocked by another. She broke away and ran, the men laughing as she tore down the trail. She ran into the trees, hoping to lose them.

Her foot snagged a branch and she fell into the pine needles, a button tearing from her shirt. Standing up panting, she clutched her sweat and rain soaked blouse to her chest as the men easily caught up with and surrounded her. She felt helpless, terrified.

Several of the men got off their steeds and approached her. One grabbed her by the arms and pulled her close – screaming, she tried to pull away, but his strong hands held her like a vice. Then he pulled her face to his, and she nearly fainted as he planted his mouth on her own.

One of the other men, a tall muscular brute with long dark hair, yanked her free from him and she stumbled back into the dust, catching her fall with her hands as she hit the ground sitting. The two men faced each other snarling.

“I’m first with her , you’ll just have to wait ” the tall one growled.

“That’s what you think Jake”, said the other, swinging his fist to strike, narrowly missing Jake’s face. He pulled his fists up and they squared off.

Madison looked around her as the men menaced each other. Three other cowboys stood around them, arms folded, amused. She was trapped. Clutching her torn shirt tightly to her chest, she looked up at the two belligerents, terrified at her fate, fearful of their beastly intentions…

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Pops March 14, 2012 at 17:33

As long as she’s ends up being the boss of either him or herself by the end of the story, feminists won’t gripe

Yep. It comes down to her having her cake and eating it too. She gives you permission to dominate her when she desires it, thus she is the one ultimately in control. So she thus enjoys being dominated while still being dominant.

We, being creatures of logic and CONSISTENCY, find it difficult to accept dominating a woman when it has been pounded into us that being such a way is soooooo wrong. And in essence, they are telling us to hell with our confusion. The constant, never ending mixed messages that they throw us is none of our business.

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Nico March 14, 2012 at 17:43

Baboons show us how to treat ladies (see at 1:28)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ju7gujK8yrY&feature=related

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3DShooter March 14, 2012 at 17:59

@Welmer

“You know, I’m starting to wonder whether the models of domestic violence touted by feminists in which men seek utter control over women aren’t really a pornographic fantasy.”

Having been out of the dating pool for over two decades, I was more than a little shocked how women these days behave behind closed doors. One wanted to act out her “teacher/student” fantasy where she was being punished for bad grades (she was a wild one, that one damn near killed me and she was in her mid-forties). Another, quite a bit younger than myself, wanted to be spanked with a spatula while being held face down over the edge of the bed. Needless to say, it is a different world than the one I grew up in . . . So I agree that they seem to have these violent porn fantasies that they really like acting out while putting a completely different face forward in all other aspects of their lives.

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Beltain March 14, 2012 at 18:07

Pops has it right. These women want the thrill of being dominated but only when they also have the free out card and final say overall.

The paradox really is that by their feminist attacks and constant wealth/jobs/education/ redistribution they have made it almost impossible for a man to gain the life position needed to fulfill this fantasy from the start.

In essence women have ruined their own chances at discovering their dreams so all they have now are fantasies.

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Eric26 March 14, 2012 at 18:27

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Rebel March 14, 2012 at 18:35

I think that the author of that book had just one thought in mind: to sell books.
Period.

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Steve_85 March 14, 2012 at 18:44

@Rebel
It seems to be working for him.

Once again, Feminism bringing about the exact opposite of what they actually want. For other examples, see: Patriarchy

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Black Rebel March 14, 2012 at 18:47

@ Hugh G. Rection (nice!)

Not necessarily that they sound like porn names (even though they do), but just the symbolism behind them.

Christian: A belief system that propped up large parts of Western Civilization that Feminism is working to tear down. (‘I can change him!’)
Grey: Not black or white. (‘He’s really not a bad guy!’)

Anastasia: A woman of noble origins who developed a strong attachment to a very controversial man. (‘There’s just something interesting about him!’)
Steele: Strength. (I’m a Strong, Independent Woman™’)

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Eric March 14, 2012 at 18:49

Jennifer:

The problem with your analysis is that you don’t really believe that most women are as stupid as described. One of the reasons I dropped out of the the American dating/relationship was when I realized that no ‘real man’ (as you describe it) has anything like a realistic chance of a realistic relationship with the typical American woman. I don’t remember a single one of my ex-girlfriends running out on me for a dashing, ‘Prince Charming’ type. Every single one ran off with a complete dirtbag, eventually treated her like trash. Same with a lot of my female relatives: no matter how many of their abusive, scummy boyfriends I’d throw out for them, within weeks they were right back together again with these clods.

I recently had a talk with a client of mine who insists on ‘NAWALT’; even though he’s still single in his late 40s, and hasn’t had a single good relationship to speak of. I asked him to name even ONE of our mutual acquaintances—among the hard-working, responsible types—who was happily married to a loving wife and raising a family. The only one we could name was married to a Japanese girl. In contrast, I asked him to think of six of the worst low-life men whom we mutually knew. We calculated (as far as we knew) 22 kids by 15 different women among these 6 subhumans!

Enough said! You can’t tell me that American women really WANT a ‘real man’—I’ve seen way too much evidence to the contrary.

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will March 14, 2012 at 18:50

actually in only 5% of the time man has to dominate his woman by his actions.

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Uncle Elmer March 14, 2012 at 18:58

Straight from the “new study shows” department :

The Busier Your Job, The Happier Your Marriage?

http://www.forbes.com/sites/yec/2012/03/14/the-busier-your-job-the-happier-your-marriage/

“A new study published in the Journal of Family Psychology concluded that working women tend to be happier with their marriages when they are shouldering heavy workloads on the job. The study observed 169 couples over the course of four years. Could it really be that the busier a woman is, the happier her marriage?

Here are some possible explanations for why women who are busier at work have a greater level of marital satisfaction:

A successful career is a solid source for self-confidence. Women who are busier at work feel better about themselves, and therefore better about their marriage. It is possible that as women get busy and take on more responsibility in their career, their self-esteem increases, which then makes them feel better about their marriage.

Husbands stepped in at home and showed their dependability. The researchers in charge of the study also suggested that when women are busier at work, husbands tend to help out more at home. This shows women that their husbands are dependable, even when it comes to domestic matters.

An even level of busy-ness balances out the power dynamic. When women are busy at work, and their husbands are also busy at work, it makes the power dynamic in the relationship feel more equal. Inequality in relationships is a major source of unhappiness. If both spouses are busy, there is a level of equality in the relationship.

The daily separation brings a couple together. Spouses have more quality time even though they might not have quantity time. The old phrase, “Absence makes the heart grow fonder” definitely applies here. When a wife is busier at work and sees her husband less, she appreciates him more when she does see him. The same goes vice versa, and therefore leads to more and better quality time.”

Elmer can’t keep up with this anymore :

elmer Just posted

Yet another “study” by a woman’s magazine declaring the exact opposite of what men really want and need.

A man wants a wife, not a co-worker.

Read the comments in these essays from a leading Men’s Magazine and find out the truth :

http://www.the-spearhead.com/2012/03/06/what-do-men-want-in-a-wife-and-why-wont-wives-oblige/

http://www.the-spearhead.com/2012/02/20/a-man-wants-a-wife-not-a-co-worker/

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SMC March 14, 2012 at 18:58

““Christian Grey” is a figment of the female imagination — guys like that hardly exist in real life.

_When they do turn up, other men take them down.”_

——-
Ah so you understand the “alpha beta gamma principle” too…

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3DShooter March 14, 2012 at 19:04

@Beltrain

‘Pop’s’ wasn’t pointed at me was it :) Like good scotch, you get better with age . . .

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Doc March 14, 2012 at 19:18

I came to the conclusion long ago that the primary reason women are so unhappy today is because they have been given everything they thought they wanted, and in so doing, lost what they needed and craved – to be mistress of the house, with a man taking control of all of the major things so she can be in her own little world. Throughout life, I have found that the reason women respond to alpha type men is because we take control of both the situation and her. She is absolved of any responsibility and decisions.

I have had more than my fair share of women, from all walks of life from doctors and lawyers to waitresses and students, and all of them love to be controlled. That is why they like the “father-figure” as well. Of course feminists will publicly froth as the mouth at such a suggestion, but that’s because it hits too close to home. I really couldn’t care less what women say, or what any woman says – I look at what they react to, and what gets them hot, and that’s how I treat them.

The truth is in what works… That’s why I say forget all of the angsting and feminist drivel – enjoy women, and enjoy the freedom that feminists have given you. Back in the 50′s there is no way I could have had as many women as I have had over my life. It is feminism that made that possible – enjoy it on your terms. Use it on your terms. That is all the matters in the end – that you be happy. Let women worry about making themselves happy – your happiness is your responsibility and yours alone. So enjoy the gift feminism has given you – free pussy till the day you die. Or till you grow tired of it – then find a nice foreign woman, move to her country, and raise a brood of kids – but never marry… (That is a suckers game.)

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SMC March 14, 2012 at 19:20

“Jennifer ”

You’re a eunuch.

Either that or a liar.

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Rebel March 14, 2012 at 19:26

@ Doc :

Wiser words were never spoken.

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Anonymous Reader March 14, 2012 at 20:11

Once again Game makes everything clear. It’s clear Dr. Drew for all of his school learning doesn’t understand Game and thus women. Naturally Heartiste is on the money. The truth is right out in plain sight, for those that have the right ‘glasses” to see it.

3Dshooter, I believe that modern women require quite a bit more “alpha” to get their tingles going than before. It’s due to their own heightened status in the economy IMO. Also, after a woman has ridden the carousel for a while, all the cocks look the same, so she’ll naturally need more stimulation to get her revved up.

Elmer, you are perhaps recalling “Naked Came the Stranger”, a deliberate sendup of the fiction of Jacquie Susanne. Each chapter was written by a different author, and the characters were a jumble. It sold a lot of copies, and after the two ringleaders went on TV to reveal their plot it sold a lot more. Each chapter had obligatory sexual content, of course.

Jennifer’s got wet panties again. She probably needs a spanking…

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Rocco March 14, 2012 at 20:14

@ Doc

Here here.

And don’t marry. Even the Feminists at the “Celebration of Divorce” that is the “Divorce” section think “going your own way” is the way to go, they seem to agree that …..they just don’t use those words:

“The media should get on board and realize that they aren’t doing anyone any favors by promoting perpetual romance. Singles, especially young, never-married ones, need to know that it’s perfectly okay to be uncoupled, and that being single isn’t a shameful stepping-stone. It can, in fact, be a great source of happiness. Finding the right person takes time. It’s a process that simply cannot and should not be rushed. Marriage is about so much more than the wedding, and it concerns me that there is still so much pressure simply to tie the knot. The divorce rate would decrease if people just slowed things down and paid more attention to what they were really thinking and feeling, rather than just wanting to be married at the expense of everything else. ”

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/rachel-a-sussman-lcsw/media-messages-do-not-pro_b_1305501.html?ref=divorce

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andybob March 14, 2012 at 20:59

Heathcliff , Mr Rochester, Mr Darcy, Rhett Butler…the domineering alphas ready to explode in violent rage at the drop of a bonnet have been brooding their malevolent way through well-thumbed classics ever since women became widely literate. So many females have dripped over these absurd caricatures that feminists can’t begin denying it now. Nor do they want to.

These dudes are caricatures alright. They are poorly drawn stereotypes with harshly delineated outlines that contain only the beginnings of real personalities. None of them have any genuine heart and soul. The whole point of their existence is to fulfill the bosom-heaving fantasies of the heroines. The hopes, dreams and fears of these men are irrelevant. Their only perceived function is their utility to women – just like their flesh-and-blood counterparts.

Oh, yes. They were all created by women authors.

Women don’t feel obliged to explain their attraction to this kind of Victim Smut any more than they feel obliged to explain anything they feel like doing. Anything that women like and do must be OK. Women say so. So….shut up.

I’ve even heard brutish lesbians describe Heathcliff in tones saturated with now-that’s-what-I-call-a-real-man contempt. They enjoy throwing these paper alphas (rich, successful, powerful, masculine, handsome, athletic, did I say rich?) in our faces. It’s just another shaming tactic – a sort of literary shit test.

Women take perverse delight in thinking they confound us with their endless contradictions. This nonsense is just more proof of just how transparent and predictable they really are. Yawn.

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Gunn March 14, 2012 at 21:21

This kind of stuff isn’t particularly new; John Norman wrote very similar themes back in the 60s and 70s centred around his world of Gor. I believe feminists at the time hated his books (partly I guess because the women in them had no say over being dominated), but his readership includes a lot of women – as you’d expect once you understand evolutionary psychology of course. In fact, his stuff is even adopted in the present as a lifestyle choice by various deviants (here using deviant in the context of significantly different to the norm), who have online groups and in some cases even do the stuff in real life.

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MRA March 14, 2012 at 21:50

Women’s Rape Fantasies: How Common? What Do They Mean?

http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/all-about-sex/201001/womens-rape-fantasies-how-common-what-do-they-mean

Go to Amazo and search for “romantic novel” and see the nature feminists has always denied about women.

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Boxer March 14, 2012 at 22:27

I was just contacted by Tom Leykis. In a conference call with Tom, his solicitor, and his fiancée, Christy, I decided to come to the-spearhead dot com and post an unconditional apology for my bitter, sour misogyny.

There are many wonderful women in the world. Like Tom, I plan to settle down and marry one of the women I have been banging on the side.

Tom’s fiancée, Christy, has graciously offered to give a speech which will remove all doubt from even the grouchiest spearheaders’ minds about what a wonderful situation modern marriage is, and how beneficial it is (particularly for us men). Please listen to this message with an open mind and respond accordingly, by ending the no-strings sex, and by entering into the honorable institution of marriage with a lovely lady.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxqjSTXbcyA

Regards, Boxer

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Boxer March 14, 2012 at 22:34

Women love to be dominated by men who are jerks. Here’s Brother Tom Leykis on the subject:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CvcN453L8zQ&feature=related

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James March 14, 2012 at 23:15

Srila Prabhupada said women love to be raped! Hare Krsna!

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American March 15, 2012 at 01:10

My uncle gets more ass then a toilet seat, and he calls both his girls whores to their faces all the time. He goes back and forth between his two women a few times a year.
Im from the Broken male generation that is broken and too afraid to call a women a whore (Even if she needs to feel dominated to feel loved) I simply won’t do it.
He’s older than me, ( outside the broken male generation) and will call both his girls f#$kin Whores, and they beg for more.
These two women of his are extremelly abusive and violent toward “Eunech males”, and other women, and its their inherent violence towards others that needs a strong man to say “Shut the F#@k up you f$#kin Whore”.
I see alot of this inherent violence in the lesbian community that i see in my uncles girls. The difference is my uncles girls found the strong man they crave to tell them “shut up you Whore” which keeps their Kundalini rising in check,
while the local lesbian community has no males to keep their kundalini rising in check, and continue their wrath of violence against eunech males; other women; and even children.
The local lesbian community (Where there are elevated levels of violence, but perversions in American law enforcement are trying deperatelly to hide this from the public), are in desperate need for a man to say “Shut the f@#k up you violent whores”, but perverts in Law enforcement milk their cash cow if any man says anything to try and tame these violent lesbians.
So these violent lesbians will rage on, eunech males will continue to be ruthlessly abused; other women will continue to be ruthlessly abused, and children will continue to be ruthlessly abused.

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American March 15, 2012 at 01:17

Eunech males wanted to break this patriarchy, and didn’t realise that without strong males to keep womens violence in check, that these women would ruthlessly abuse anyone they can get their nasty claws into.
I have seen women abuse eunech type males to a degree that is digusting and shamefull, but many of these eunech males still don’t understand that they brought this on themselves when they decided to “Break the patriarchy”.

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Opus March 15, 2012 at 02:04

Timely:

Only a day or so ago reading some of the female Twitterers I surreptitiously read I came across an exchange between a couple of women, one enthusing about this Novel and the other saying, isn’t it great and that she had now read it too – couldn’t put it down, yet, and this is the priceless thing – you cannot make this up: The first woman had, on IWD been tweeting about how evil men were and why can’t they respect women etc etc etc. What can one say about such disfunctionality?

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Opus March 15, 2012 at 02:40

@W.F.Price @16.08

Your comment stopped me dead in my tracks.

I feel so stupid for not having realised that before. It is the sort of idea that Dalrock should enlarge on over at his blog. Brilliant.

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YB March 15, 2012 at 02:45

@Anonymous Reader

“Also, after a woman has ridden the carousel for a while, all the cocks look the same, so she’ll naturally need more stimulation to get her revved up.”

After watching girls ‘dating’ these days I came to the realization that they were acting as if all penises were interchangeable.

After some thought I flipped this on its head and realized that all vagina is interchangeable.

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Poiuyt March 15, 2012 at 03:01

The reason these rape fantasising stinkers and dogs are allowed to continue to wallow in their abyssimal funk and attention-seeking, is purely because of puritan stooges and male faggocey… Coupled with a sheer cowardice by white knight males that is.

It is on account of the cowardice and timidity of white knight males, so wedded to the idea that society can be civillised by controlling men alone, that a hell on earth is being established by rape fantasist females and their stooge males.

All manner of pervert and miscgenated vermin today seeks to break the good order and the good personal security bred of patriarchy for their emiserated causes. They do this because they know full well, that the bullwark and culture of patriarchy, is the only restraining force countervailing against their malevolent designs and degenerate intentions.

Stakeholders in perversion and other group-allies, with an entrenched interest in the amoralising and the debasing of society into a sexual paradise for their twisted minds, will always clash with patriarchy. Be it feminism, same sex genderism, liberalism or some other such feeble idea or purpose, they will always be against patriarchy from feelings of jealousy, moral inebriancey and material inferiority.

On what else can these floundering midges ever build their dystopia, if not on the existing solid foundations of patriarchy of which they are so hateful ? They can’t have based their wickedness on any other foundations, because the proponents would have at the onset, been rightly hacked to pieces then and there.

Liberty, Justice, Morality, Fraternity, Equality, Freedom and Right are certainly not concepts originating from any of these aforementioned social pathogens and humanoid miasmas. They have simply co-opted or borrowed these of patriarchies noble phrases and headings, to be used for themselves.

I impatiently await the day time is called on these people, their madness and their sickness.

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dragnet March 15, 2012 at 05:19

@ Doc

“Of course feminists will publicly froth as the mouth at such a suggestion, but that’s because it hits too close to home.”

But now they aren’t even—feminists are publicly lauding this book and telling the world of their gina tingles for a man who is everything they said men should not be. They can’t even pretend not to get wet for this stuff anymore. This isn’t news to guys with Game and guys who never bought into feminist bullshit.

Meanwhile, male feminists & sensitive nice guys are utterly bewildered as they thought they were the good guys—the vanguard of a new, modern male “fixing” masculinity and saving it from dangerous misogynistic neanderthals. These morons are the only guys who didn’t get the memo: chicks dig guys who are dominant.

Manginas wept.

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Lavazza March 15, 2012 at 05:31

Columnist Julie Birchill wrote a similar book in 1989, either tongue-in-cheek or as a cynical exploit of the genre.

http://forgotten-classics.blogspot.com/2007/01/julie-burchill.html

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A Quote March 15, 2012 at 06:22

A slave’s chain is heavy at both ends.

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Ken Knight March 15, 2012 at 07:18

“I recently watched “Sleeping with the Enemy,” a film from the 90s starring Julia Roberts as a battered wife. Although the film wasn’t all that well done, there was definitely some erotic element to the dominance and control exerted by her psychopathic husband”>>>>

I remember this film when it came out in the 1990′s and how “talked about” it was in the media of the time, and female movie reviewers loved it either because of the woman character (Roberts) fighting back against her domineering husband or for the husband tracking her down stalker-style. Another female “hit” film of that time period was INDECENT PROPOSAL where a billionaire (Redford) dominates a young couple’s life and gets the married woman to sleep with him for $1 million dollars….that film was talked about endlessly (in the affirmative) by women i knew at the time and given thumbs-up by film critics of the time because of that lurid “buy someone else’s wife” storyline. Yep, movies tell alot about this society just in how the public reacts to them :)

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zimmy March 15, 2012 at 07:39

“I’m starting to wonder whether the models of domestic violence touted by feminists in which men seek utter control over women aren’t really a pornographic fantasy.”
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There are women who admit to rape fantasies. This sort of ‘night dreaming’ is taboo and possibly the most politically incorrect subject to feminists, if not society in general.

One woman told me this fantasy was not uncommon but I didn’t believe her. I was surprised that she would even admit that some women had such thoughts..

Would subject matter like this even be discussed by the main street media?

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Nico March 15, 2012 at 08:01

OT: Feminist magistrates are trying to crack down against prostitution in Belgium.

A (female) prosecutor required that notorious pimp “Dodo la Saumure” spend ten years in prison for “human-trafficking”.

(The man became famous a few months ago because his name appeared in one of DSK’s cases)

There are allegedly 3000 brothels in Belgium. The authorities tolerate them. “Human-trafficking” is widespread in Belgium.

“Dodo” is just one among them and his practices are similar to the other brothel owners. Apparently the feminist magistrates used a minor pretense to indict him and are now trying to make an example out of him in order to scare other brothels into closing their doors.

Brothel managers have used the gray areas of the law to develop their business, while the authorities turned a blind eye; and now feminist magistrates are using the same trick, they use the gray areas of the law to push their ideological agenda.

Unfortunately, some magistrates believe their job is to twist the laws voted in the parliament.

Dodo la saumure was known to be a thriving brothel owner since the beginning of the 1990s’. He still owns a dozen brothels along the border with France. And now, out the blue, the justice seems to discover that his activity was illegal.

One of the reproaches that are being made to him by the feminist prosecutor is that his activity was “systematic” (in her feminist mind, systematic apparently means “organized like a mafia”). But the accused developed his brothels like any other business. If you want to develop a business beyond your kitchen, you ‘d better be “systematic”. This is why businesses are called “organizations”.
I don’t know the details of the case, but from what I read in the French medias, this trial is clearly an ideological crusade against prostitution led by feminist-minded magistrates who parrot feminist gibberish and concepts.

I have some sympathy for the man because he is outspoken about his business and he wanted to set up a trade union of Belgian brothel owners in order to defend themselves and lobby for a clearer statute for everyone. He seems to be a legalist (but of course, feminists won’t have none of it).

Moreover, he wanted to lobby for “sexual assistance” (the right for men with a major handicap to have a sexual life, which exists already in some country like Switzerland and Holland).

I have Dodo la saumure’s email address (he gave it to a journalist to be published with his interview). Apparently he likes to talk to journalists.
I think it would be interesting to have his analysis of his situation. Maybe we could ask him to write a point of view or something?

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Uncle Elmer March 15, 2012 at 08:02

War had scarred the Earl of Ashby’s face…and perhaps his soul. Before being wounded in the Napoleonic war and shunning society, the dashing lord had been a notorious rake. Now, Isabel Aubrey, a proper lady, dares to approach the masked, reclusive nobleman for a large donation to a worthy charity – and decides she must save him from his self-loathing. She begins to flirt. He responds. She invites him to a masquerade ball. He accepts and dazzles her with a kiss.But Isabel already has a fiance and despite her attraction to the earl she knows she must reject him. Yet no force on earth is greater than the passion that leads her into his bed nothing she has ever experienced is more exciting and erotic. Now he asks her to stay with him although it will mean her ruin. Isabel must not say yes – and the smitten earl cannot let her say no. To win her body and her heart, he initiates an outrageous scheme that only a rake would devise – and no woman can resist.

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Boxer March 15, 2012 at 08:06

Dear American:

Im from the Broken male generation that is broken and too afraid to call a women a whore (Even if she needs to feel dominated to feel loved) I simply won’t do it.

That doesn’t mean you’re broken, or maybe it means I’m broken… I’m the same way.

I’ve openly called women out on their shit-testing many times. I have a script that goes:

Look, darlin’: If I’m not a big enough asshole to please you, then you need to find another dude to fulfill your fantasy.

Usually they are beating their feet within only a few days of hearing this message, because I only say it once. The next time they try to provoke me, I delete the wimminz’ number and forget about them entirely.

Life is too short and too many other things are too enjoyable to play “dominant master” to some idiotic skank. I salute you for not compromising your principles. They aren’t worth the effort.

Regards, Boxer

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Uncle Elmer March 15, 2012 at 08:06

In return for the money she and her family desperately need, Miss Charity Duncan accepts a marriage proposal from Lord Anthony Earheart, who only wants to upset his domineering father, and winds up taking the union to heart.

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Control. The word means everything to Maita who trains horses and rides rodeo stock. A woman living in a man’s world, unafraid, taking them on at their own game. But hard childhood lessons taught her that self-determination is the key to survival. Then she meets Kade, a rodeo livestock contractor with lessons of his own. In his locked room designed for submission and dominance, her world changes.

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Who’s been sleeping in my bed? Smouldering, rich, and lethally attractive, Gianni Fitzgerald is the master of any situation. But a seven-hour journey with his small son is evidence that even he has his limitations! Exhausted, he falls into bed… When Miranda wakes to find a strange utterly gorgeous man in her bed she thinks she must be dreaming! But Gianni’s the real, red-hot Italian deal – and one look at Miranda sets his pulse racing! The rewards of letting her close are huge but so are the risks… Can Gianni conquer his pride and admit that he might have met his match?

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The Earl was known as a beast.

Camille Montgomery is aware of the wicked man’s reputation. But as an expert in antiquities, she also knows his family’s Egyptian artifacts are the finest in England. The problem is, her wayward stepfather knows this, too and he’s determined to steal them. So when he’s caught in the act of robbing the so-called Beast of Carlyle, Camille must swallow her fear and boldly confront the man whose mask is said to hide a face too loathsome to behold.

The Earl of Carlyle has lived in the shadows ever since the suspicious death of his parents. But he’s never stopped trying to unravel the mystery behind what he suspects to have been their murder. And now that the lovely Camille has stumbled into his life, he has the perfect pawn for his deadly game of vengeance and deceit. But in laying his ruthless trap, will he risk losing his own heart?

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Uncle Elmer March 15, 2012 at 08:12

Tessa fantasizes about being tied up and tantalized with pleasure. She longs for a man to take control, to drive her wild with lust. But she’s never been able to let go and indulge in her most taboo desires.The second Jared sees Tessa, he wants her. Her fierce intelligence and repressed sensuality call to him, make him burn with a passion he hasn’t felt in years.Jared offers Tessa a deal—for a month, they’ll play a game of dominance and submission. He’ll make her beg, make her moan, make her come harder and faster than she ever has before. In return? He just wants great sex. No strings attached. But when he can’t get enough of Tessa’s scent, her taste, her touch, he realizes what he really wants is her love.

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This decadent adults-only resort is nestled on a secluded island in the heart of the Caribbean. It’s called Escape and it’s paradise, even for those who live and work here. But could the island’s aphrodisiac-like qualities suddenly affect the owner himself?

Sexy, reclusive resort owner Simon Reeves and his dedicated xecutive director, Marcy McKinney, have always had a volatile work relationship.

But when the resort is closed down for two weeks and Simon intentionally traps Marcy on the island, she snaps and quits.

Marcy wants to teach Simon a lesson, but she has no idea the tension between them is about to evolve into pure, unadulterated lust. Or that her hot boss has very definite and exquisitely tantalizing ideas on exactly how to keep Marcy from leaving the island…and his bed!

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After six months of self-imposed dating exile, Lissa is ready to get back on the horse. She isn’t looking for a date, just a one-night fling with the hottest man she can find and she finds Ross, a guy who takes control and orders Lissa into one of her wildest fantasies.When Lissa runs into him again the very next evening, Ross wants another chance to do what they did last night…

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Mary is overjoyed to see her best friend from childhood is back but is a bit shaken by her grown up attraction to Sebastian. After all, she is engaged to another, perfectly acceptable man. But that quiet, proper man is not quite the right fit for Mary who is strong, bold and cares deeply for those she cares about. And it is that deep, abiding caring that keeps her coming back to Sebastian and helping him try to find his new place in society. This causes a few burned bridges for Mary but allows this destined-to-be couple to find happiness together.

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Kitty’s father own Velvet Steel, the company that S & N Steel (Shane and Noah’s company) wants to buy. She’s blowing off some steam at a favorite club when two pushy men work their way into her private table and engage her in the most erotic dancing experience she’s had. That dance leads to a bet on whether or not the guys could satisfy Kitty before she arrives at her house and then to a weekend of the guys being her sex slave.

Shane, Noah and Kitty have tremendous chemistry together, which also leads to Shane opening up with his true feelings for Noah. But the happy ending for these three is not an easy path. Not only do they need to deal with each of their feelings of inadequacy, but the secret Shane and Noah are keeping from Kitty about who they really are.

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American March 15, 2012 at 08:17

Elevated levels of violence in the American lesbian community (That American law enforcement are using protocol perversions and semantics games to try and hide from the public), is symbolic of Law enforcements refusal to hold women accounteable for their violence.
Many times a false rape accusation is used by “Violent Women” to exact revenge on an ex-boyfriend, and its simply “perversion of American law enforcement” to not recognise this serious offense.
Its an act of violence when a female will scratch herself in the face, call the cops and say this guy did this to me, and guy goes to jail.
Its well over the mark of “Perverse” in many areas of our nations law enforcement, as the North-eastern States are statistically more perverse towards innocent guys than Teaxs, or Virginia.

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keyster March 15, 2012 at 08:17

Another feeding frenzy over at CNN.com as a feminist pleads for USA to stay in Afghanistan to fight for women’s rights.

http://www.cnn.com/2012/03/15/opinion/lemmon-afghanistan-women/index.html

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Lara March 15, 2012 at 09:05

I think the woman in this book is lucky a man pays attention to her like that. I’ve mostly had the opposite situation in my life.

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Opus March 15, 2012 at 09:53

@Boxer

I’m stealing your script. Great put down!

@American

If its any consolation I too had an ex whose injuries were (clearly – and in hindsight) self-inflicted. As you rightly say the false-accusers are violent ones themselves.

Some good stuff on this thread!

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keyster March 15, 2012 at 10:06

This weeks Time Magazine cover and feature article.
“The Richer $ex”
“Women are overtaking men as America’s breadwinners.”

http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,2109140,00.html

And yet the “War on Women” is allowed to plod along, leaving a carnage of hurt “lady-feelings” in it’s wake. They’re not jumping the shark, they’re jumping the whale!

Tell me again, why does Feminism still exist? Women are the majority, earn the most and have a government healthcare bill passed just for them. The Matriarchy will consume you. Get out now!

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Nico March 15, 2012 at 11:47

@Lara
“I’ve mostly had the opposite situation in my life.”

Trying to reform rakes in her prime (romance) and ending up alone and bitter (reality).

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Art Vandelay March 15, 2012 at 11:50

I think the woman in this book is lucky a man pays attention to her like that. I’ve mostly had the opposite situation in my life.

Here is some attention and advice: I suggest losing weight and shaving that ladystache.

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Art Vandelay March 15, 2012 at 11:56

My uncle gets more ass then a toilet seat, and he calls both his girls whores to their faces all the time.

I hope he pronounces it right: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RC7hZY3sVxE

Thumbs up for another comment without the old “Gender Raunch Pork Bloating Protocol Perversions”.

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Eric March 15, 2012 at 19:03

Lara:
“I’ve had the opposite situation in my life.”

I grew up hearing that women prefer a man who’s a gentleman in public and a beast in the bedroom. My observations with American women is that the opposite is true: they like semi-savages in public who are cold to them sexually.

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Bryan March 15, 2012 at 21:40

I strongly suspect that Jennifer is just upset because she wants it and she wants it hard and in the worst way possible. I also strongly suspect that Jennifer is so repulsive that the man would have to be drunk and mostly blind to give it to her.

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Aharon March 15, 2012 at 23:36

While it is not front page MSNBC news, there is allegedly such a common sexual interest among many feminist advocates in kinky role play (with themselves submitting to a male Dom) that they don’t even try to deny or hide it among themselves. Supposedly some of them openly converse about it. Perhaps it is some sort of yin yang pendulum concept with feminists knowing and feeling that they are often so out of balance and so extreme that they need to submit seeking some release of inner tension.

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ActaNonVerba March 15, 2012 at 23:42

I don’t care about what women like reading. Is this the “Life and Style” section of Men’s Rights?

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Höllenhund March 16, 2012 at 00:46

I’ve noticed that women generally tend to overestimate their importance in this world and the popularity of this book seems to be yet another manifestation of that. Apparently many average women actually believe that there’s a bunch of powerful, shady men in society so obsessed with them that they want to completely dominate them and strip them of their liberty. They’d probably be shocked to realize that they just aren’t that important. Moreover, they probably don’t notice that they utterly lack the sort of attractive attributes that’d actually, you know, incite powerful men to dominate them (an agreeable, non-irritating personality, beauty, pleasantness, modesty, humility, an ability to cook and clean etc). The idea that men have some sort of urge to systematically oppress and dominate women, especially such worthless ones, is absurd. Most men have more important and interesting things to do in life.

Judging by this article I don’t find this book distressing or demoralizing, it merely lowers my willingness to seriously interact with women even further. I can understand the evo psych explanations for such female urges…but come on. The idea of investing so much time and effort into completely dominating such fucked-up broads is ludicrous. Dominating these women seems like the equivalent of stepping into dog feces.

@ Joe Zamboni 16:46

What most women apparently fail to realize is that their own quest for economic independence, complete sexual autonomy and abandonment of traditional sex roles NECESSITATED that marginalization, demonization and downtrodding in the first place.

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JFinn March 16, 2012 at 04:55

The feminist movement is the ultimate shit test.

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jso March 16, 2012 at 11:13

now if only there was a way to get alimony and child support out of these books, women would REALLY love them

what else… women would also need a way to emotionally and psychologically torture the books into acquiescence, then find a way to move on to a more alpha book to begin the cycle again

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Bryan March 16, 2012 at 20:05

There is presently a phenomenon that may very well be without precedent in human history. We can observe in various studies that subjects, when tested, and then asked to discuss where they believe they placed relative to others, over-estimate their own abilities. The bottom 10% typically rate themselves as being in the top 20% in regards to where they placed.

Not only are they ignorant but they are so ignorant that it leads to the development of an arrogance, whereby they are either unwilling or unable (due to being too stupid) to admit how stupid they are.

As somebody who was in the top 1% on standardized tests, graduated magna cum laude, and scored 3 standard deviations above average on an IQ test (each standard deviation in this case being 15 points), it is difficult to relate to people who believe they are as smart or smarter than me when they cannot tell me who Plato or Aristotle were, let alone meaningfully discuss them. Along similar lines, they seem unable to understand what Calculus is, to say nothing of their general inability to handle Algebra.

These same people consistently wind up in bad situations because they just steer themselves aimlessly through life and seem unaware of how to conduct themselves in a manner that will help them to exist in a state of true happiness. They are very shallow, materialistic, and essentially live for physical pleasures.

It is difficult to remain humble and modest when faced with mindless peasants who seem to sincerely believe they are at least as good or better than me in regards to intelligence and general knowledge. It is particularly disturbing since most women, say under 50, generally don’t care about anything that is not related to pop culture or money. They see people with an interest in chemistry, Western philosophy, English Common Law, American constitutional case precedent, economics, and similar topics as at best “weird and creepy” and at worst, “stupid and silly.”

I was having a conversation one day about certain inventions in the second industrial revolution and how they helped lay the foundation for what became modern warfare and somebody who didn’t care threw out a random football question about some team. When I said, “I didn’t know that city had a football team” he looked at me as though I were some sort of space alien.

Modern western culture is such that the masses are educated to the lowest common denominator. They have nothing in the way of wisdom and precious little in the way of knowledge. What little they do know they typically do not understand. They can memorize a few hundred facts about sports teams, artists, and actors, but they seldom digest anything useful. Some of them can even cram enough historical names and dates into their head so they can pass through high school with Cs and Ds, but that’s about the limit of their intellectual capabilities.

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Avenger March 16, 2012 at 20:24

The plot of “50 Shades of Grey” centers on a young and naïve college student named Anastasia Steele who is seduced by a rich and powerful entrepreneur named Christian Grey

It only works for these guys not the betas. And they don’t even need to make any effortor take any time to dominant a female because it’s just part of their natural persona. He can even rape females and I mean rape rape and they’ll take it as a compliment. But if some beta looks at a female she’ll accuse him of raping her with his eyes lol

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Avenger March 16, 2012 at 20:37

Another female “hit” film of that time period was INDECENT PROPOSAL where a billionaire (Redford) …….

If I recall, Redford was rich (not a billionaire since there are only about 1k in the world) and offered Demi Moore a $1m to spend a week with him.
Now I can see why this would appeal to the females. The million wasn’t just to fuck her but to keep her for a week. Females were probably thinking that this was some sort of relationship and that she would dump het beta husband and marry Redford and would live a rich life happily ever after :)

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Bryan March 16, 2012 at 23:19

The femi-skanks complain that movies such as Indecent Proposal and Pretty Woman are sexist because they show rich/elite men competing for the prize, which is a woman, and that women are not objects to be competed for.

I say the movies are sexist because they reinforce the female idea that men should be competing for them. Pretty Woman involves not just a promiscuous woman but an actual WHORE/PROSTITUTE who winds up the focus of attention/affection of a rich corporate elite who still has to woo her and romance her to get her to reciprocate and accept him. Why would any man, especially an elite corporate high status man, break his back to woo a PROSTITUTE?

Dream on bitches… Dream on…

http://articles.latimes.com/1993-04-18/entertainment/ca-24113_1_robert-redford-indecent-proposal-women-s-rights

In indecent proposal she turns down a man who has several billion dollars to go back with her flat broke husband… Yeah, because we all know women are infinitely loyal and don’t care about money.

I’d wager most women would slit their parents throats if they could make a few million in the process.

For 99.5% of Femi-skanks in the Anglo/Western/English world, they would leave their husbands the instant some rich man pitched them an offer. The main issue is that the rich/elite don’t want the overwhelmingly masses of femi-skanks, so the femi-skanks options are limited.

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Avenger March 17, 2012 at 15:15

In indecent proposal she turns down a man who has several billion dollars to go back with her flat broke husband… Yeah, because we all know women are infinitely loyal and don’t care about money.

Well, not exactly. I watched the film again At the end the husband shows up at a charity event and basically gives the million away and then is talking to her for awhile. She leaves with Redford but as they’re driving Redford asks his driver how many girls he has in his million dollar club and the drive replies, ‘”Oh, dozens” Redford then says to her that she’d never look at him like she was looking at her husband when he saw them talking. So I doubt that Redford had any intention of marrying her anyway and she’d just be one of his whores. Shegoes back to the husband at the end.

All I can say is that this film is just plain stupid and makes no sense. Females just watch this stuff as a fantasy and the female drama in it and because Redford was in it. It wouldn’t be so interesting if Danny DiVito was playing the rich guy.

Pretty Woman is a complete female fantasy. Rich good looking guy becomes infatuated with them and saves them(in most cases this just means from a boring ordinary life) I guess they figure that if a streetwalking whore can get a rich guy they can too. lol
btw, someone like Julia Roberts where she’smaking sometimes thousands on a “date” would not be walking the streets but would have a few rich customers or be the mistress of some guy. If she needed to find men she would do it at the bar of the Plaza or something like that and remember she only needs one or perhaps a fewso no one would even suspect her of being a hooker.

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gateman March 20, 2012 at 01:39

I wonder what the Good Men Project (remember them?) have to say on this book and how women view men.

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Anonymous Female March 26, 2012 at 21:58

I’ll admit, I’m a horny mom and I read all three of the 50 shades books. As poorly as it’s written, I couldn’t put it down. I agree it’s that certain longing to feel dominated by a strong, competent man, a “Christian Grey”, that makes the book so popular with women.  

What the article fails to mention is that Christian doesn’t convince Anastasia to sign the contract and she doesn’t become Christian’s sub. She does try it out a bit to see if she could handle it.  He falls for her in the process and they work out their own half vanilla- half D/s style.  It’s every woman’s fantasy- a little of both worlds.  Enough of his dominant character to keep her on her toes and keep her from getting bored with him, yet enough of his love and cherishing to make her feel comfortable to stay with him on a long-term basis. He reminded me a lot of my hubby, except without all the millions. :) Some guys have that balance all figured out.  Most guys in thus country, however, seem to go either all alpha-asshole or all beta-backseat rider. I blame the feminist movement.

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Mark March 28, 2012 at 20:36

Oscar Wilde noted this over a century ago. Can’t remember the exact quote, but the idea was that domination is the thing women most crave, but they will fervently deny.

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Anonymous Female March 29, 2012 at 04:05

It’s in our female DNA to want to be dominated. It’s a shame the feminists have created such a war on human nature. We’d all be happier if we let men be men and let women be women.

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twentiesgirl March 30, 2012 at 16:42

Not all women desire a “Christian” like partner. I prefer the “good boy” type. There must be others out there who don’t find the idea of being submissive or dominant appealing. Each to their own. But people should remember not all women want to be dominated.

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Anonymous Female March 30, 2012 at 20:36

And I’m guessing you’re not yet married. Nice guy types are great if you’re the type who wants to tell him what to do all day everyday. Dominating does not equal abusive or uncaring. It’s about wanting a strong man who doesn’t put up with whiny girls yet knows he’s responsible for his wife and family’s security, tryst and ultimate happiness through his actions or inactions. Good luck finding happiness with your nice guy type.

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Opus June 16, 2012 at 12:16

Well,

It is three months later, and today I noticed that not merely in my local bookshops but on Amazon too these three Volumes are still the three best selling books in the country.

So,

Thanks to Amazon I read the beginning of the first and third on line. I don’t think it is badly written, and I notice that it is written in English English rather than American English although it is set initially in Seattle (English settings only make things look quaint). Our heroine Ana, is an undergraduate reading Eng Lit (in other words a useless subject) and takes the place of her indisposed friend to interview Grey. His office block in its high coldness reminds me of Dracula’s Castle or the one De Sade invents. Grey is just too cool, too handsome, and on entering his office Ana trips. Now that has good erotic potential. At that point Amazon concluded the taster. As Andy Bob said above all these distant brutish male characters like Heathcliff and D’Arcy are invented by women, but as W.F. observes if men spent all day dominating one woman nothing would ever get done. In reality they would set up a harem and naturally Grey is a Billionaire, concert pianist and qualified flying pilot. So much for equality.

By Volume three Grey is proposing marriage and Ana is wondering whether she wants to go topless on a mediterranean beach.

Thus,

‘Is this the kind of book you would want your wife or servant to read?’ 50 years ago it was assumed that it was men who wanted to read the smutty pages (two) in Lady C, but now we can see that these wives and servants want full on Rape Fantasy.

Given the popularity of these Volumes, how is any man supposed to take seriously a woman’s protestations that she is not that kind of girl, that a threesome is not what she intended, or that when slut-walking she does not want to be molested?

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