I watched a movie clip from the movie Meet Joe Black. The segment portrayed Brad Pitt masterfully employing pick-up game on a young woman who was loving every minute of it. I pointed out to a group online several things to illustrate how successful techniques go far with women. The females in the group all unanimously admitted that, “Of course they worked, it was Brad Pitt. I would let Brad Pitt come on to me in any way he liked.” I’m paraphrasing, but that was the gist of their sentiments.
This statement, spontaneously given by all the females, reveals an important truth about women: Women will welcome strong advances by high status (rich, powerful, dominant, hot) men. The opposite is also true: Women will not welcome strong (or any) advances from low status (poor, miserly, ugly, etc) men. Women will consider lovely and wonderful the dominant treatment of a dominant male, but they will perceive the exact same activity from a low value male as “abuse” or “unwanted” or “forced” or “uncomfortable” or even “rape.”
The arbitrariness of women – their solipsism – contorts the very nature of reality about them. The same event is happening but the woman perceives it in two completely opposite ways. Moreover, she feels about it differently. This is not something she necessarily chooses cognitively. The lesson is that the sudden proliferation of #MeToo experiences is not entirely women experiencing something they wouldn’t desperately, passionately love to welcome – something most of them indeed already have done so – were it from the “right” guy.
That may be a bold assertive conclusion, but it leads to another point that may be illustrative. Liberated Woman demands to be dominated. She is desperate for men – so desperate that she actively searches for tyranny. It’s so obvious, the evidence so universal, the scene so tragic, that someone should make a documentary or write a tragedy play about it.
“A New data reveals that women in their droves are searching for porn with tags like “extreme brutal gangbang”, “forced” and “rape”. A quarter of straight porn searches by women are for videos featuring violence against their own sex. Five percent of searches by women are for content portraying nonconsensual sex.”
“If there is a genre of porn in which violence is perpetrated against a woman, my analysis of the data shows that it almost always appeals disproportionately to women…”
“But why are so many women so keen to see videos tagged with, say, “painful anal crying”, “public disgrace” or “extreme brutal gangbang”? Or content marked as “forced” or “rape”? The feminist porn movement – one focusing on equality and empowerment – might be thriving, but the data shows, proportionally, women are also consuming much more of the most extreme misogynistic sexual material available online.”
Another illustration involves the most popular genre in literature, which is women’s romance novels. Among those novels, one of the most bought and devoured story-lines is the rape fantasy. Go to a bookstore and look on the front covers of these racy page-turners. A bare chested, dark, tall, ripped man with a woman, a storm, and a castle in the behind him. The man breaks into a castle and forces his way into her room. He does not ask any questions. He knows what he wants and nothing – NOTHING – will stop him from having it. From having her. She cannot resist. She succumbs to his overwhelming power. Women eat it up by the billions in sales
each year. Hype? No:
Fifty Shades Of Grey sold some 100 million copies worldwide
, printed into 51 different languages, and sold about 45 million copies in the U.S. Rough estimates here: there are some 157 million females in America, about 100 million of which are at ages able to purchase and read the book. Which means that 4.5 out of every 10 women have read the book. This is not counting those who saw the movie, which had record ticket sales. Also not counting those who read this women’s romance genre, which accounts for some 21%
of all genre sales.
Now, what do we have in America presently but many women publicly accusing men of doing to them the very things women in mass desire, pine, lust for men to do to them? This is why women cannot be entirely trusted in their claims. They flock to see Magic Mike with their gurls on opening night, having slipped away from their husbands, children, boyfriends, and fathers. The drink romance and rape fantasy like water in a desert. They search hardcore, brutal, violent pornography to sate their salivating sexual desires. They boost up the sales to among the highest of all time of a novel whose plot involves a strong, dominant, powerful billionaire who punishes, whips, tortures, inflicts an uncontrollable ecstasy of pain and and pleasure upon a quiet, humble, submissive, helpful, secretary-servant girl.
But all these women have been sexually assaulted and will not stand for it. #MeToo is their fight against male power – which they secretly long for. This is why women should not rule, run, or decide major things in the world. They are at once loving and hating, for and against. But their minds and actions are not random. They desire to be nearly-brutalized and dominated. Women want the bad boy that daddy can’t control. Nice guys lose the girl. Women flock to bad men. Here’s how it plays out in their minds:
50 Shades of Grey/Magic Mike fantasy: good girl meets bad guy, tames him with her (sexual) love, they ride off on a horse into the sunset and live happily ever after.
And here is how it plays out in reality:
Good girl meets bad guy, he uses her (sexually) and destroys her life, she sleeps around looking for a decent guy, finally settles down and resorts to reading romance novels and watching chic-flicks, escaping reality in her imagination. Eventually, she comes around to accusing him and all men of rape, abuse, domination, patriarchal oppression.
In short, women as often choose to put themselves in situations where they will be abused and “sexually assaulted”. Then, when things don’t go their way, they cry wolf.