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Why Women Should Kill Their Television (And Burn Their Books)

August 19, 2011

In much the same way that the MSM tries to destroy traditional masculinity, it also tries to destroy traditional femininity.  A woman or young girl who wants a better chance at finding a good man should remove these sources of negativity from her life.  The typical woman depicted on television and in popular novels is not the type of woman that men want to marry.  Women seem even more prone to imitating television than men are.  This makes sense when considering female empathy.  Because they instinctively want to create rapport, women are also better at mirroring than men.  However, when women’s natural empathy gets tuned into the women they see on TV, a terrible thing happens, they begin acting like spoiled boys.  They act like emotionally stunted men.


Heterosexual men don’t normally want to marry other men.  I don’t know of a single man who watched Sex And The City and thought, “I want to wife one of these girls up”.  Sure, some men found them physically attractive, but at a deeper level, they were repulsive.  They had no commitment value.  How about other television characters?  Take Elaine Benes, she’s one of the guys.  At first glance, she seems fine.  She is accepted just like one of the guys and treated well.  She is an integral part of the group.  Now imagine if her character existed in real life.  Sure, she’s one of the guys, but because she has no feminine energy, and she’s promiscuous, few guys will want her as girlfriend.  She’s a “trading position, not a buy and hold”.  If you’re a girl who doesn’t want marriage, then being one of the guys is not a bad thing to be.  If you want marriage, you need to preserve your femininity.


Let’s move on to books aimed at women.  The worst of the recent examples is the book “Eat, Pray, Love“.  This is a book about a woman who abandons her husband because she’s bored.  God no!  Bored!  You poor thing!  How dare that faithful husband fail to keep you entertained 24/7?!  Then she travels the world until she’s rescued by a dashing Brazilian millionaire.  Talk about good things happening to bad people.  This woman is a scum bag, and women are reading (or watching the movie) this garbage like she’s someone to look up to.  Imagine if a book was written about a man who abandons his devoted wife because he’s tired of having sex with her.  He then travels the world until he finds a 19 year-old supermodel to marry.  Imagine if this was a New York Times Bestseller because married men were buying it up so they could read it and fantasize about doing the same thing.  Women would be livid.


As a woman, when you’re watching television or reading a book, imagine that the male characters are your family members.  Would you want your brother treated the way men in these books are treated?  Would you want your brother to be abandoned by his wife?  Would you want his wife to emasculate him the way husbands on sitcoms are emasculated?  I hope you answered no to all of these questions.  If so, you should eliminate those negative influences from your life.

7 Comments leave one →
  1. August 19, 2011 12:17 am

    When we we were dating, my husband would sometimes look over my shoulder while I would leaf through Vogue. “Why is she scowling?” “Are these women or mannequins?” “What’s wrong with their elbows? Why are they carrying machetes and wearing those weird silk dresses?” And finally, “why are all these women so ugly?”

    Vogue and their advertiser’s promote their images as the height of fashion and beauty, but I wager most men would beg to differ.

  2. August 19, 2011 4:53 am

    Let’s move on to books aimed at women. The worst of the recent examples is the book “Eat, Pray, Love“. This is a book about a woman who abandons her husband because she’s bored. God no! Bored! You poor thing! How dare that faithful husband fail to keep you entertained 24/7?! Then she travels the world until she’s rescued by a dashing Brazilian millionaire. Talk about good things happening to bad people. This woman is a scum bag, and women are reading (or watching the movie) this garbage like she’s someone to look up to. Imagine if a book was written about a man who abandons his devoted wife because he’s tired of having sex with her. He then travels the world until he finds a 19 year-old supermodel to marry. Imagine if this was a New York Times Bestseller because married men were buying it up so they could read it and fantasize about doing the same thing. Women would be livid.

    Sums it up for me… Women do not want equality

  3. detinennui32 permalink
    August 19, 2011 4:22 pm

    My wife did this figuratively a few years ago. She quit watching almost everything on the “television for women” channels and threw out her romance novels.

  4. brightstormyday permalink
    August 19, 2011 5:58 pm

    http://betcheslovethissite.com/2011/07/06/65-sex-and-the-city/

    “So the truth is that we like the idea of Sex and the City. Really though? Fuck it, it’s the worst show. Not really true to life at all. It probably helped misguide the entire generation of women born between 1968 and 1983, its original target market when it premiered.

    If we found out we were going to be 35, single, and childless, we’d probably kill ourselves right now, no matter how “fabulous” our #52 gay besties told us we were.”

  5. skippy permalink
    August 21, 2011 6:04 pm

    Dump the TV definitely, but get better books.

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