Ugly Truths and Musical Chairs

C/O Wikipedia
Happy New Year everybody, here’s hoping that you had a greatone with you and yours. I figured I start off with something a little meaty for2012 with an article c/o Christian J at Women In Charge. Here’s the sitch…
Now, I don’t know Germaine Greerpersonally, nor am Ifamiliar with her seminal feminists works, and neither do I wish to be. See, Ihave a theory about her situation that I doubt isn’t shared by other denizensof the Manosphere (double negative, uh oh, bad grammar!!!). See, at one pointin time, she was a “Saucy Feminist that even men liked” but now she seems to bea surly older woman whose time has passed.
Not my words, just the words from the author of ChristianJ’s linked article.
C/O Daily Mail.UK
In my opinion as it appears to me, it seems that shethoroughly enjoyed her position when she was speaking about her particularbrand of Feminism when she was attractive enough to garner male attention. Shewas considered ‘saucy’ when she could wear a bikini, and men where flocking toher like flies too honey. However, that seemed to change as Father Time caughtup to her like he catches up to every other human being on this very planet.She had stated that her sex life was ‘over’ but she didn’t seem to lament the loss.
See, I believe that she didn’t figure that the large amountof attention she garnered on the regular would ever wane, similar to otherfemales we have no doubt encountered in our lives and when the music finallystopped, she surprisingly found herself without a chair despite her Feminist leanings. So what does she have left? That’sthe truly sad (or interesting) part of this situation, that the very ideologyshe subscribed too was the very thing which proved her undoing. The time WILLcome to EVERY woman where the attention they garnered from men willvanish, and they will be left only with the consideration from the man theycommitted too years in their pasts.
If said women decided to forgo a relationship with such men,then chances are they will be left with no personal male attention at all.
What is left for women such as these?
Well, let me put it to you like this. From the years that Istudied infidelity online, I have encountered a thought process, which I didfind illuminating. You see, some people who cheat on their spouses and thenleave for their affair patner may possibly admit their wrongdoing, but they don’tamount to many in reality. Some simply wanted out of the marriage no matterwhat. Others will actually REMAIN in the new situation with their affair partner,NEVER admitting that their situation placed them firmly out ofthe frying pan and directly into the fire.
You see, admitting their erroneous choice in partnership wouldalso illuminate their initial wrongdoing, and for some, being right whetherthey be man or woman, is the brass ring they seek in this life.
After the glow of youth and beauty faded from theillustrious Germaine Greer, she has nothing left but to cling to her oldfeminist ideals as admitting to their failure would shine too much light on herown shortcomings and erroneous choices. The bottom line; I would bet money thatshe figured out exactly what it was that ‘patriarchy’ was trying to protect herand her ilk from and she did find out, only far too late. My personal note toWestern Women; take her situation as an object lesson; once you reach her‘status’ you CANNOT turn your track!!


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Happily Married black man with ADHD in Canada trying to navigate this world despite being knee deep in Misandry
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