Marketing strategies that target women are evil because women, like children, are far too gullible and emotionally immature to resist them.

4 Oct


I don’t allow my children to watch commercial television, and not because I think the content of the shows is all bad – some of it is actually pretty good – but because I do not want them exposed to advertising.  It takes a long time before children can even distinguish which part of what they are watching is advertising.  Most researchers in the area agree that five years is the watershed moment that kids can even tell they are watching something that is different from the regular programming.

It takes even longer before kids can think critically about advertisements, and understand that they are being psychologically manipulated into wanting X or Y or Z.  My two older children are pretty good at critiquing advertisements when they watch TV at Grandma’s house, because I have walked them through how the process works.

Left to their own devices, kids will watch some pretty interesting things.  My four year old is currently obsessed with watching shows about baking.  She loves Quake and Bake and Cake Boss and she watches them ad free on the iPad.  She also loves to watch orthodontists attach braces.  Strange little creature.  My son loves our SharkWeek DVD and the IMAX Hubble one, too.  I personally believe their interests are so wide and varied because I have protected their minds from the influence of advertising.

They are children.  They need to be protected from what they cannot resist nor comprehend.


The science of Consumer Behavior is a huge academic and corporate juggernaut, with literally thousands of trained psychologists and marketers working together to maximize the effectiveness of advertising.

On a side note, most trained psychologists are women, and women stream heavily into HR and marketing in business school, too, probably because those areas are “softer” than finance or logistics.


Going back to that Bureau of Labor Statistics report, fully 49.4% of all advertising and promotions managers are women, and they probably all work for beer companies targeting male consumers, right?

Yeah. I’m guessing that all those advertising ladies are working on products that, oh, target other ladies?


Just a guess.

I’m going to tell you a big secret about how advertising works:  advertisers try to time their ads so they show up when you are most open to suggestion about their products!

It’s true.  I’m not kidding you.  Ads for food tend to show up around mealtimes, ads for toys tend to show up just after school gets out, ads for delicious beer and fast cars show up when you’re hyped up on adrenaline and camaraderie watching the Super Bowl!


Advertisers are so clever.

And really, what’s the problem with that?  You’re an adult, right?  Capable of some rational thought and critical analysis?  You understand how your own psychology works and you aren’t some helpless dupe held in thrall and incapable of overriding your basic emotional temperament to make some independent choices?  You can see and hear messages you know are deliberately attempting to manipulate you into making a particular purchase and somehow manage not to crumple into a ball of quivering, useless snot?

If you answered “yes” to all of the above, congratulations, you’re an adult!


An adult male.

Adult females have no such abilities, apparently.

Seriously now, what is this horseshit?

Evil Marketing Study Pinpoints When Women Feel the Ugliest

The “Encourage/Empower” engagement strategy can best be summed up in the following steps: 1) Maintain an environment in which women feel unattractive and vulnerable without using beauty products; 2) tell them that they can assuage their feelings of vulnerability by putting the right crap upon their faces and bodies; 3) make them feel that doing so is somehow integral to their personal success and value as a person; 4) repeat. So empowering! So encouraging! Thanks, everyone!

Here’s a few more takes on the story:

Advertising Deplorably Targets Women at Their Worst

‘Predatory’ Reason Marketers Target Women on Mondays

Marketing to Our Vulnerability

Evil! Deplorable! Predators! Vulnerable women!


Oh my.

I will never understand this.  Not ever.  How can a political philosophy and ideology that rests on the assumption that women are every bit as logical and rational and emotionally stable as men turn around and claim that the exact same advertising techniques that apply to everyone are somehow evil and deplorable when women are targeted?

Why are they evil?  Why are they deplorable?

Oh, that’s because poor wittle women are not logical and rational and emotionally stable enough to withstand those predatory advertisers who take advantage of their vulnerabilities.

Seriously, which is it?  Why in the hell would we put women in positions of actual power and authority when the suggestion they buy some lipstick on a Monday morning completely unhinges them?  Oh, yes, please, put the chick who felt ugly and therefore victimized in charge of national defense spending.  I guess she should get Mondays off, though, since her feelings are so incredibly likely to impair her judgement and sense of self-worth.

The entire Jezebel critique INSULTS women by assuming that women are 100% susceptible to the wiles of advertising and must therefore be protected from it at their “vulnerable” moments.


Can you even imagine a man writing such drivel?

Ads for shaving cream on Monday mornings that feature topless, buff male models of impossible beauty make me feel vulnerable and worthless as a human being unless I too am buff and impossibly beautiful and I am incapable of putting those ads in any kind of rational context and I must now lie on the bathroom tiles and weep until someone protects me from this predatory attack on my vulnerable self-esteem.

How can any woman reading that stupid post not feel insulted?  You seriously think an ad for beauty balm on a Monday morning is going to affect my feelings of self-worth? How pathetic do these women think other women ARE?

I really wish feminists would find some way to distinguish themselves from women who consider themselves adults capable of making decisions and conducting themselves based on something other than vulnerable feelings preyed on by evil, deplorable predators.  Women who are capable of getting up on a Monday, hearing an ad for mascara and simply carrying on with their day without a crippling loss of self-esteem.

Perhaps they need a re-brand?

Instead of this:

woman power

They could go with this:


And I’m the one who hates women.  Yeah.  Okay.

One website thinks women are irrational simpletons who need to be protected from their own immature, juvenile, gullible, emotionally crippled self-concepts lest those bear fruit in lived reality.

Hint:  it isn’t me.

Woman who aren’t choking on the perpetual victim narrative of feminism are smart, rational, practical, dependable and perfectly capable of understanding that while OPI polish is nice, it doesn’t define a human’s self-worth.


Ho hum.  It’s Monday.  I feel like a bag of crap today.  Oh well. That’s life.  I’ll deal with it.

Like a grown-up.

You know, like a man might do.

Ignore the ads. Mock them.  Laugh at them.  Critique them.  Or turn them off.  How fucking hard is that?

Lots of love,


41 Responses to “Marketing strategies that target women are evil because women, like children, are far too gullible and emotionally immature to resist them.”

  1. TDOM October 4, 2013 at 15:35 #

    Advertisers prey on people. That’s just what they do. They are like sharks eating smaller defenseless fish. It’s how they survive. In many ways it is very understandable. In other ways it is despicable. I have no love for the advertasing industry, but view it as a necessary part of capitalism and progress. Yes, the prey on a person’s sense of self-worth and self-esteem for profit. they do it to everyone, not just women.

    Your statements about feminism are spot on. women are every bit as competent and capable as men, except when there is an advantage in being less competent and capable.


  2. Master Beta October 4, 2013 at 15:37 #

    The whole feminist narrative of history and society at large is incredibly insulting to women:

    Women have been under the heel of men for the whole history of human civilization, across the entire globe, and only recently in a few countries have they managed to stop quaking in fear of men’s might for long enough to do something about it.
    Also, women can do anything a man can and can even do it better!! Girl power!!!

    Wait….. what? You can’t believe both of those sentences.


  3. Wilson October 4, 2013 at 16:47 #

    I think they prey mostly on companies. The majority of ad campaigns don’t seem like they’ll sell a single unit, might even discourage existing sales, but companies are somehow suckered into paying 10s or even 100s of millions for them


  4. James Thrice October 4, 2013 at 17:02 #

    It’s one thing to find an advertisement insulting (insluting?), but to pretend that they can brainwash competent adults is asinine. There are plenty of commercials that go out of their way to insult men, calling them all fat slobs or over grown children, and then turn around and sell them a burger or television. Do you know how you deal with that? You don’t buy from them anymore. It’s a simple as that. If you don’t like a company’s advertisement methods then stop purchasing from them.

    But to think that commercials can control your impulses . . . *shakes head*

    On a related note, a lady friend and I were having a conversation (this was years ago). She argued that it was unfair that there was more expected of men but those same expectations didn’t apply for women. I agreed with her right up until the point where she then began to rant about how it was wrong to criticize a women. For any reason. That was probably when I first realized that feminism is a crock.


  5. Goober October 4, 2013 at 17:24 #

    Grievance mongering never sleeps. When you live your life with the idea that the world is against you, then everything offends you. It is a poison for the soul, and it is always – always – used as an excuse for bad behavior by the less scrupulous in the grievance mongering movement.

    The worst part about it is that it is often times used as a reason to ignore very real problems that a group is facing. Much like the boy who cried wolf, when you gin up outrage at every little thing that happens, people stop listening to you. Then, when you actually have a real wrong that needs to be righted, they’ve all moved on and no one cares because they figure that it is probably some petty nothing again. Eventually, the mongering becomes an echo chamber, where the only people listening are the people who are aggrieved, and the lack of interest merely gins up more outrage until the cork blows off the whole mess.

    I see this happening in more than just the feminist community, and I’ve never once seen it be a positive thing.


  6. Goober October 4, 2013 at 17:25 #

    I know, right?


  7. Goober October 4, 2013 at 17:37 #

    Advertisers prey on people. That’s just what they do.

    I don’t know, man. This seems pretty hyperbolic to me. They are trying to sell a product. They try to sell that product by appealing to whatever nature they can appeal to that will convince us to buy it. When you advertise to adults, you’re advertising to self-aware, sentient beings with free will and freedom of choice. You aren’t forcing anyone into anything. You want to convince me that they are preying on people, show me where they are forcing people into something they don’t want to do. Until then, I’ll concede that they are attempting to manipulate and convince in various creative, sometimes even underhanded manners, but they sure aren’t preying on anyone.

    Even when advertising to kids, there are adults in the situation (parents) that are there to bring balance to the equation and teach the kids, like JB is doing, what is going on, and tell them “no” when necessary. If the adults fail, that’s their bad, not the advertisers.

    It all boils down to one simple question – do you have free will, or don’t you?

    Yes, the prey on a person’s sense of self-worth and self-esteem for profit.

    Only if that person is weak enough to let them, and if they are that weak, their problems run far deeper than television advertisements. I’ve never once in my entire life met a person who’s self esteem and/or self worth was impacted by a commercial on TV. Yeah, I see strong, buff men on TV and wish I was still like that, and I’m sure my wife looks at the tits on the models in the Victoria’s Secret commercials and wishes she had bigguns like they do, but hell, I see buff guys and hot women walking around town all the time and feel the same way, and don’t feel like I’m impacted, weakened, beat down, or otherwise as a result. The fact that they’re on TV vs. real life doesn’t really change anything.


  8. Goober October 4, 2013 at 17:37 #

    I’ve thought that, too. But they keep doing it, so they must have convinced themselves that it is paying off.


  9. Pauline October 4, 2013 at 17:39 #

    Thank you!

    If a five year old can tell when they are being manipulated then so can an adult. I remember my mum explaining to me about advertising on the television and I also remember the disappointment when the toy just didn’t seem as exciting in real life as on the TV advert. I somehow managed to learn the lesson.

    I don’t work in advertising but I have always admired the creativity and cleverness in it. I remember one in the UK for fitness clothes about 15 years ago with a man trying to outrun a giant male belly which was following him down the street and had “belly’s gonna get you” repeated over and over in an annoying way.

    The advert was shaming and therefore selling to overweight men and I don’t recall anyone complaining that it made fat men feel bad about themselves.

    If it was a woman outrunning a belly – Arse would be sickened listening to the whining!


  10. Marlo Rocci October 4, 2013 at 17:49 #

    Advertising is becoming more targeted and interactive, adjusting to the individual, not just the demographic, and EVERYONE is targeted. Women have no special claims to this victim narrative. Sellers are using science to improve how they sell. the goal is to match the person with the kind of product they would want to buy. So if you see advertising for things that embarrass you, you only have yourself to blame. Because it was you that generated the advertising choices in the first place.


  11. Uncle Elmer October 4, 2013 at 18:00 #

    You might enjoy the 60s-era book “The Hidden Persuaders” by Vance Packard, which “rips the lid off” the advertising industry.

    I notice that a lot of commercials targeting women feature the exact same piano-chord/cheerful drumming + upbeat narrative. As if one band is churning out all the background background music for everything from cars to toilet cleaners.


  12. LostSailor October 4, 2013 at 18:12 #

    This is just a variation on a theme. Feminism found the support and protection of men oppressive. So they have worked for decades to be independent of the support and protection of men. At least that’s what they tell themselves.

    Instead, they’ve substituted the support and protection of individual men for the more nebulous support and protection by men in a vague aggregate and increasingly in the guise of government and the legal system.

    This is why advertising that relies on the psychological “vulnerabilities” (read: realities) of women is “evil,” “deplorable,” and “predatory.” (We’ll ignore for now the fact that a lot of those strategies were also developed by women, who are generally just fine with exploiting their sisters if they get something out of it. See: women are more predatory than men.) These strong, independent women need protection. Though not necessarily from advertising, but from themselves. Of course, the ultimate demand is that advertising must change and if it doesn’t voluntarily, it must be forced to. By the substitute man: the state.

    Feminism has arrived at the juncture where women still need support and protection and the only ones who can provide it are men, but they can’t allow themselves to admit it. It has to be indirect to maintain the illusion. Take divorce and child support. It’s still support and protection from a man, but with the man removed, the illusion of independence can be maintained: child support isn’t for the woman, it’s for the children (but don’t suggest that she should be liable for being held accountable that the money is spend on the children; that would undermine her independence) and the alimony was “earned” by being married to a man.

    Which is an interesting note. Feminists routinely denounce housework and childcare if done by a SAHM as oppressive because it’s “unpaid work.” And a man person should be paid for her labor. And the only payment recognized is cold, hard cash. Money, food, shelter, and protection supplied by a husband doesn’t count. Yet, a woman “earns” her payday when she divorces somehow by not actually performing that labor for the person paying.

    And so we arrive at the final cognitive dissonance: the latest feminist push in this era of Gender Feminism is that now it is not just law and government that must accommodate women, now it is men that must voluntarily make fundamental changes in themselves to achieve feminist goals.

    In other words strong, independent women can’t achieve their feminist goals themselves. They need men to achieve it for them. And the circle of doublethink is complete.

    Have I mentioned that feminism should be categorized as a mental illness…?


  13. LS October 4, 2013 at 19:16 #

    It’s not just the advertising but also the news itself:

    “‘Lorraine’ Needs Our Help: How and Why Local TV News Tries to Scare Women”

    “I have often said the purpose of TV news is to “scare women 18-54 into watching the next newscast.” When I tell people that simple line it’s very interesting to see their reaction. They laugh and they get it. They know exactly what I’m talking about. All of a sudden they understand why TV news does all those stories on “baby buggies that kill,” or “make-up that could be deadly.” You think I’m joking? …”–How-and-Why-Local-TV-News-Tries-to-Scare-Women


  14. LostSailor October 4, 2013 at 22:41 #

    Another point I wanted to make is that advertising actually works, otherwise there wouldn’t be so many billions of dollars spent on it. However, it only really works on the weak minded.

    I’m often actually repulsed by some ads. After completely changing my dietary habits and having a significant weight-loss I look at some restaurant ads, especially fast-food places, and am incredulous that people can actually eat that shit. (Donuts and fried chicken used as hamburger buns? Really?) Of course, I then see grotesquely obese people on the bus or shambling around the city (or riding a “mobility scooter–can’t you just stay home?) and I understand, while still thinking how the hell can someone let themselves get that way?

    But even though the feminists are up in arms about how products are marketed to women, the ads are working. They are watching and noticing them, and even though they may seem to react negatively any response is actually a good response from the advertisers point of view.

    Because they know that in the back of the angry feminist’s mind lies the thought Am I really as fresh as I think I am? Perhaps I really do need Vagisil…


  15. judgybitch October 4, 2013 at 22:57 #

    I think you’re hitting on a salient point here.

    I’m as vain as any other woman, but that doesn’t come out as stuff I put on my face or in my hair. My vanity involves keeping my body in shape and NOT eating those donut burgers because they will make me fat.

    The simple act of choosing not be fat means I don’t really have to slather my face with goo everyday to feel attractive to my husband and others. I look just fine fresh-faced and in a ponytail.

    Perhaps the only adult women who are vulnerable to these kinds of ads are the ones who really ARE ugly as sin without full paint and spackle jobs.

    I just saw something that shows how changing a woman’s facial features only slightly makes her look unattractive. Most of the changes involve being overweight.

    Here’s the link:


  16. LostSailor October 4, 2013 at 23:50 #

    Indeed. Most women–and men–could do wonders for their attractiveness by dropping those extra pounds. I was still married when I started rethinking my diet and weight and it wasn’t about attractiveness, since I’ve always been awesomely handsome, it was that I felt like crap and my clothes didn’t fit. Okay, I also didn’t like the way I looked to myself. And after a year in, my clothes still didn’t fit and I had to buy smaller sized, but I felt better. And actually ate tastier food.

    I’ve also never been a fan of women with a lot of makeup, probably because I hate false fronts and pretension.

    But I’ve long believed that physical beauty is objective, even across cultures. Forget the usual feminist argument that if you look at the art of the “Masters” you see they painted zaftig women so that means our current appreciation of beauty is culture. The “Masters” often painted from subject from or for the aristocracy, who were much better fed than the rest of humanity. It’s not indicative.

    Women, even the majority of feminists, know this. They’ll still put on a little eyeliner and lip gloss at least and slip into a pair of pumps, if not heels, before heading out for an evening. Because they have to. Andrea Dworkin notwithstanding. Even Manjaw Mandy is wearing makeup in most pics I’ve had the stomach to look at.

    People who generally have a healthy lifestyle don’t need all that crap they advertise. One reason advertising doesn’t really work on folks like us is, aside from the fact that we’re more aware of what they’re doing, they’re not advertising anything I want, let alone anything I need..


  17. Marlo Rocci October 5, 2013 at 03:02 #

    I’ve taken some heat for the fact that there’s a “off switch” the flips in my head once a woman has reached a certain level of obesity. In the past, I’ve been surrounded by people who expected me to take one for the team and date the fat chick, and pissed everyone off when I didn’t. And they say men don’t get sexually harassed.

    But once that switch has be flipped, it doesn’t matter what any woman buys to make herself more attractive. Beauty products can make women who are already beautiful more attractive, but most women should just save the money and show up at the gym 4 times a week like I do.


  18. Jax October 5, 2013 at 03:26 #

    There’s something terribly ironic in a website that exploits (a certain segment of) women’s sense of victimization for clickbait and ad revenue complaining about advertisements that exploits women’s esteem issues to sell products.

    Terribly ironic.


  19. Jax October 5, 2013 at 03:30 #

    Not that I think the people behind Jezebel (and other similar sites) actually give a damn about their readers. In fact, I would be completely unsurprised to learn that the producers of these “awful ads” actually commissioned this article. The Streisand Effect is real after all. Just ask Robin Thicke.


  20. princesspixiepointless October 5, 2013 at 04:55 #

    How is dating the ‘fat chick’ taking one for the team? What game are you playing where having sex with someone you find physically repulsive brings greater well being to the game? Just curious..


  21. RedPillOverdose October 5, 2013 at 06:28 #

    Part of the whole idea behind the mighty 2nd wave of feminism was not only to put females to work and tax them but to also earn money to spend shopping. The Rockefellers who funded much of this feminist bullshit factored this into their plans for long term corporate retail profits.


  22. gwallan October 5, 2013 at 06:56 #

    This game is played out of sympathy for the woman who is going without. Hence the shaming of the man who is unwilling to help her.


  23. patriarchal landmine October 5, 2013 at 08:26 #

    women make up the vast majority of impulse purchases (ie, unthought reactionary behavior). because of this, the vast majority of advertizing is focused on women.


  24. chefyc October 5, 2013 at 09:50 #

    Reblogueó esto en Los españoles se merecen saberlo, por la Paz y la verdadera Igualdad en España!y comentado:
    “Las estrategias de marketing dirigidas a las mujeres son malas porque las mujeres, como los niños, son demasiado crédulos y emocionalmente inmaduro para resistirlos.”



  25. Marlo Rocci October 5, 2013 at 14:11 #

    humans exists in tribes. You can call it cliques or whatever. The team. As a man in that structure, you are just a utility. something to serve a purpose. They had decided that my utility was served my making one of their friends feel better about herself. How I felt about it was unimportant.

    But what was hilarious was the anger I generated in them when I turned her down. Lost all my friends then.


  26. SK October 5, 2013 at 14:14 #

    I think it’s kind of an unspoken rule that the hot chick won’t go with any guy unless her “ugly” friend gets a date too. I don’t know why some chicks do this. Solidarity, perhaps?

    Anyway, I think this must be an american thing because I never heard of this in my country.


  27. Sheogorath October 5, 2013 at 16:44 #

    I really wish militant and stupid feminists would find some way to distinguish themselves from women who consider themselves adults capable of making decisions and conducting themselves based on something other than vulnerable feelings preyed on by evil, deplorable predators.
    FTFY. Oh, and they have, by their very actions. As a true feminist (a male one), I’m aware that crap such as the Jezebel article you criticise hurts the cause more often than it helps it, and that’s why I never visit it or sites like it. If people ask me why, I just say, “They’re the Al-Qaeda of feminism.” This opinion is justified by how reactionary they can be.


  28. Nicky October 5, 2013 at 17:27 #

    “Another point I wanted to make is that advertising actually works, otherwise there wouldn’t be so many billions of dollars spent on it. However, it only really works on the weak minded.”

    Depends on how you define ‘works’. Adverts DO work on pretty much every typical human brain – but they do so subliminally. Seeing an advert won’t make you rush and out buy something, but it WILL make you aware that *if you want that type of thing*, this is a good/better version.

    If I’m planning on buying something anyway, and there are two side by side in the store, with no distinction between them other than the name of one is vaguely familiar, I’d buy that one. I most probably wouldn’t even KNOW I knew the name from an ad. Just that someone said something good about it to me once – it has been recommended and there is no reason to choose the other one.

    If you think you’re too smart to be affected by advertising, just see if you can hum a jingle. ANY jingle. If it’s in your brain, then like it or not, it is affecting you. It’s not about being weak minded. It’s about WANTING to be persuaded, and being made aware of the existence of the product. What you DO about it is where the ‘weak-minded’ thing comes in. Do you allow advertising to beat common sense – buying the branded version instead of even trying the half-cost nearly identical store brand? THAT’S weak-minded.

    Hmm, I wonder why feminists are so cross that someone ELSE is trying to tell women what they want – that they can become happier by wearing this make-up, or that clothing label. Silly advertisers! Nothing can possibly make women feel better except feminism. How DARE they imply women are ever lacking in any way? That’s misogeny!


  29. Dire Badger October 5, 2013 at 18:11 #

    Feminism of all types is the Al-Qaeda of feminism.

    ‘moderate’ feminists are like ‘moderate’ cannibals. Even if they don’t eat their next door neighbors, they still friggin’ eat people.


  30. Feminism Is A Lie October 6, 2013 at 02:34 #

    I wish feminists and their idiot supporters would stop making fashion and beauty such a complicated topic when it’s not. So you’re a little vain and enjoy make-up? The go for it, buy it, use it, but for fuck’s sake, be a reasonable adult and realise that these materialistic things don’t define your worth as a human being. Don’t rely solely on make-up to fix your confidence issues, but if you can use it to say, enhance some features, (nice eye brows and eye lashes make everyone look better) do it and get the hell over The Patriarchy™ “making” you do it. You CHOOSE to buy it, to put it on and that’s OK, we’re all a little vain in our own way. Either ignore the ads and beauty products for good, or use them to your advantage.


  31. Dire Badger October 6, 2013 at 14:48 #

    Actually, I hate to disagree to such a warm and humanist message, but for a lot of today’s women, these materialistic things are the ONLY thing that define their worth as humans

    Pretending a life has ‘value’ simply because it is a life is claiming that wood chips have ‘value’ because so many valuable things are made out of wood.

    For a lot of today’s women, They have NO value other than their appearance and ability to reproduce. They are not intelligent, they are not ‘nice people’, they are not charitable, they have completely blown off all of their ‘potential’, they harm anyone and anything they come into contact with, and even their breeding potential with all of the rest of their genetic and social flaws is rock bottom. How many men are willingly going to stick their dick in a blimp hoping for another honey boo boo?

    I think we need to face up to the fact that if feminism and egalitarianism have done one thing, they have finally highlighted the fact that women are, if possible, even more disposable than men.

    Nature-as-enemy has been all but enslaved. rapid reproduction as a survival strategy is now a loser. The industrialized world has little or no use for hordes of untrained and unskilled workers. Intelligence, training, self-reliance, and ambition have replaced fertility as the reproductive feature of choice.

    In short, the magic vagina has lost it’s value. the ONLY thing giving the vast majority of today’s lazy, fatass, stupid, useless female consumers any value at all is, to use feminist language, ‘antique instinct’

    Radfems talk about eugenics solutions fairly frequently, not realizing that every eugenics solution they come up with relies entirely on implementation by the same males they wish to exterminate. femlogic makes their eugenics concepts utterly impossible.


    The ONLY thing keeping MEN from their ability to implement EXACTLY the same sort of eugenics pogroms on WOMEN is their basic love for women… the 40% increase in happiness chemicals that men experience from the visual sight of a woman’s smile, for example. The massive rush of protective instincts we gain from the same instinct that makes us horny.

    Feminists should really pray hard that they never succeed at marginalizing men. Not because they should fear us (They do, and for very good reason) but because they may someday finally succeed in making us accept the narrative that they are telling us. That we are evil monsters.

    You know, if I accept that I am a monster, I could destroy an enormous number of feminists. It is only love that stays my hand. I do not fear punishment, most men do not. If ever that love for women is truly stripped away…

    Look at Anders Breyvik. He was only A SINGLE MAN. Imagine if a half-dozen men decided that their hatred of feminism and communitarianism exceeded their love for human life.


  32. Spaniard October 6, 2013 at 16:47 #

    “Woman is a being between the child and the man”.

    Arthur Schopenhauer


  33. Spaniard October 6, 2013 at 16:58 #

    I am afraid the record industry does not need to twist Miley´s arm.
    Neither Playboy or Penthouse or porn industry, in order to make hot women to pose like whores or to be pornstars.
    Hot women just love looking like whores. WHORE is the quintaessential of feminity.
    According to Otto Weininger.
    And he was right, I am afraid.


  34. TransMillennium October 6, 2013 at 19:29 #

    “That\’s one interpretation, but the striking thing about the ad is how she explicitly did not slut her way from man to man. All she did was ask to use their umbrella– and got it. That\’s the Female Power. What\’s enraging isn\’t that women are sluts, but that they are not sluts– that they are able to manipulate men, get what they want, without paying for it. That message to female viewers is what gets men angry.”

    via The Last Psychiatrist: Real Men Want To Drink Guinness, But Don’t Expect Them To Pay For It.


  35. Akhil October 7, 2013 at 15:13 #

    Thanks for writing this…. I have believed in this knowledge for long and now the challenge is does Human Race any chance of peace or one half will destroy the other half this easily..


  36. Homeless Ronin October 7, 2013 at 17:18 #

    In a group of women, the fat one can try to ruin for the guy on the grounds that “he’s not good enough for her friend”. In fact, she hates her pretty friends getting some, while she gets none, so, out of petty spite, she will start bitching and ruin the night for everyone, unless one of the guys make a sacrifice for the sake of his friends and keep the fat/ugly/obnoxious one busy.


  37. HR Consultant October 9, 2013 at 03:12 #

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  38. DZ313 March 3, 2014 at 16:51 #

    Women are generally more susceptible to advertising and propaganda than men are. It’s a fact. And it’s never going to change. The problem is that we have a culture which values money and immediate self-gratification above all else, even above our children’s future. People who use advertising to manipulate others into spending their wealth on products they do not need are the opposite of what Ben Franklin called “virtuous.” And as Franklin said, “Only a virtuous people are capable of freedom. As people become more corrupt, they are in need of more masters.” We ought to consider that quote when we think about the intentions of people who use advertising as a means of manipulation.



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