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Conservative women



Women are a conservative force in society—feminists are the exception that proves the rule.


Women don’t like to take risks, they’re risk adverse—so they are a literal conservative force, given a choice a woman will choose “the safe option” (socially acceptable, probably traditional).


It’s men who change societies—invent new machines, new religions, new philosophies (dangerous activities).


The cleavage is reflected in intelligence—women have the same intelligence level as men, but the distribution in men is more extreme.


Men are more extreme all over—gay sex is extreme (whips and chains, semen and blood on the floor) because it’s a purely male activity, and so it gets very extreme (hot and heavy).


So women always tend towards the mediocre, towards the consensus—or to what the most powerful and influential men say.


Hence when women first received the vote they tended to vote for conservative parties (they vote otherwise today when they have been to university or if they are immersed in the media, since these provide them with a high-status consensus point that is leftist).


The challenge for men is really to break away from “mommy”—which is the mediocre safe option, the womb.


However, feminists represent the leftist side to women—feminists are ugly women who flirt (counter-signal) through odd political opinions and ridiculous assertions (men are equal to women) in the hope a high-status man will notice them (you’ll notice that ugly women often dress like tarts, or oddly, or make a lot of noise to make up for the fact there’s no natural eye-attention drawn to them).


In this iteration, you see the fanaticism of a woman, “a woman scorned”, or, to use an American sentimental colloquialism, “mamma bear”—and this is women as the left, fanatical and intolerant as they pursue an equalitarian agenda.


However, the norm for women—and if we want to know anything, we should concentrate on the norm—is to be conservative, to hold out for the status quo and what is safe. That does include an implicit democratic element, because it favours “safe consensus”, which may impede the dangerous pursuit of excellence that leads to inegalitarianism (war, the basic male activity, is not safe).


However, in broad terms, women are a conservative force against all oddness—but their consensus depends on what is high status; if it’s the parish priest, then they are conservative for Catholicism; if it’s Hitler, then they are conservative for the Aryan race; if it’s their lecturer at university, then they are conservative for progressive values.


If the high-status consensus says “boys must go away to fight, develop themselves, adventure and experimentation are permitted under appropriate male supervision”, then the female consensus will worry but will accept that and defend that norm.


Hence feminine conservative instincts are not necessarily regressive, although they can be if men are generally weak.


Women are conservative in the broad sense—but if the high-status values in their society are leftist, they will be conservative about those values.


Feminists are exceptions that prove the rule: they are fanatics who get your attention by doing and proposing odd things—a form of flirtation for ugly people. And it is in this respect that the left taken as a whole is feminine, in that it flirts with power by doing the opposite in the hope to gain resources and attention—and without regard to reality or reason, only with regard to whether it “looks good” (gets attention, aka narcissism).

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