Writings On Man, Masculinty And The Emerging Patriarchal Renaissance

Without the male, evolution is impossible.

Why women will soon be thanking men for rejecting them.

Maximus Decimus Meridius | February 20, 2017 | 9 minute read

Evolution it seems is on the side of men - men who choose that is. For without males who choose wisely, selectively, the human race will not advance.

Before you scream fascist or misogynist, hold onto your panties. What follows is nothing but pure science. The fact that men do the choosing may not sit will with the ladies, but there is nothing they can do about it. In fact, they should be thankful we men do choose because without us doing so, there would be no human race at all.

Professor Steve Jones in Y: The Descent Of Men attempted to prove to the world just how fragile the state of man is and ultimately, how redundant. Sadly, this was a product of his own emasculation within fem-demia. If you read the book (and I recommend it), the science supports the exact opposite conclusion.

The male is nature's evolutionary filter.

As any basic sexual biology course will tell you, every child that is conceived only takes ONE gene from both parents.

If a girl is born, only ONE X is passed along from the male.

If a boy is born, NO X from the male is passed along.

A mother already knows one of her X's will make it through, but what will the other one be? If it's a boy, that means only ONE out of THREE X chromosomes made it through the evolutionary filter. That is the power of Y selection on evolutionary fitness.

The male is the filter of female genes, not male ones.

It is the X that is the bloated and large chromosome with all the information that gives us our quirks. The Y is, well, I will let Steve tell you all about it.

Just a 50th of the total genome, with sixty million or so of the 3300 MILLION base pairs in the entire sequence. Three-quarters of the double helix as a whole consists of spaces between genes, and the genes themselves contain hundreds of redundant sections. Much of the DNA exists as duplicates, multiplied again and again, with the copies diverged into families. It is also marked by innumerable segments of foreign material that have elbowed their way in. They are matched by internal hangers-on and by other great portions that have gone on to rack and ruin. As a result, just a few parts in a hundred bear useful information.

- Steve Jones, Y: The Descent Of Men, pg. 15

That's right, we Y's are a real mess, at least on the surface.

But what about the deeper root? Just what makes a Y a man? What is his true nature?

Women, with two identical sex chromosomes, might seem more symmetrical than their XY partners but in fact men are the more reflective party. The Y is, in parts, a great hall of molecular mirrors. Upon it live several genetical palindromes: immense and much-reversed lengths of DNA whose repeated and symmetrical sectors retain almost perfect matches across vast numbers of bases. ‘Madam, I’m Adam’ is a gentlemanly enough phrase, but its eleven letters are dwarfed by their molecular equivalents, which may contain three million DNA units. Nobody knows what preserves these long segments from decay but, somehow, males keep them under control.

- Steve Jones, Y: The Descent Of Men, pg. 16

The male keeps long segments of his miniscule genetic information in PERFECT SYMMETRY and under COMPLETE CONTROL.

Control... choice... in future genetic evolutionary diversity.

This is why women demand men man up and approach them; to choose the best female to mate with. The healthiest, the most fit, the most beautiful, the smartest, the funniest, the happiest, etc etc etc.

There is no friendship in the sisterhood because they are all competing for male attention selection.

To be chosen by a male. To be deemed worthy of producing his children.

Now, some might say the power of choice is all a matter of perspective. That women also choose as much as men do. That both genders make choices in mate selection. Don't fall for this. The only power of choice a woman has is from the men that approach her. If she rejects him, he can always move on and choose another woman to pass genes along with. And with the greater window of opportunity for a man, lasting well into his 70s, he can always choose to father a child at some point in his life.

A woman cannot make this same statement with much confidence because she knows her window is short (or at least her grandmother did). A woman knows when she rejects a male, she has to wait for another one to come along. This is why making that first contact is so fraught with tension for a male, but even more stressful for the woman who has to do the rejecting. She knows each rejection means fewer men to mate with and if she rejects too many, she will have no men who want her. While the male of lesser knowledge may be worried about rejection, the woman is very aware of the nature of the dance and is far more adept, and at an earlier age, at keeping men attracted and in her orbit in hopes she can get one to choose her later on; hopefully the best one, but any one will do in the end.

The female fallacy of fantasy in this regard goes something like this: a woman believes she has complete power over a man because she can choose to reject his invitation, his advance, his approach, his...

Choice. A man's choice.

For every woman that rejects a man, there is another female waiting to take her place. Men are by far the least desperate sex when it comes to mating and marriage.

My friend Jennifer summed it up this way: “When I used to hear women complaining bitterly about their husbands, I’d think, ‘How sad, they settled.’ Now it’s like, ‘God, that would be nice.’”

Marry Him! - theatlantic.com

Lori Gottlieb wrote a book I quickly digested at the library (for who would buy it except desperate women) titled Marry Him - The Case For Settling For Mr. Good Enough.. It is a thoroughly depressing read, especially if you are a woman of 40, single and now very clearly without any "choice" men left in your social circle.

Any man who has attained the age of 40, mastered his finances, and luckily remained single will realize just how much choice he has (and has always had).

What this book taught me is that the smart women are the ones that can humble themselves and realize just how great it is to have a man in her life and one that makes her happy. The modern, independent, women of The West - the perpetually Sex In The City single girls - are delusional fantasy children. They will never be pleased or happy with any man because they have been fed the ultimate lie - that they can choose a man at any time in there life.

Just look at some of the opinons Lori has in her Atlantic article on settling for Mr. Good Enough.

  • At their core, they [birthdays past 35] pose one of the most complicated, painful, and pervasive dilemmas many single women are forced to grapple with nowadays: Is it better to be alone, or to settle?
  • Marriage isn’t a passion-fest; it’s more like a partnership formed to run a very small, mundane, and often boring nonprofit business.
  • How many long- married couples are having much sex anyway?
  • A number of my single women friends admit (in hushed voices and after I swear I won’t use their real names here) that they’d readily settle now but wouldn’t have 10 years ago.
  • By 40, if you get a cold shiver down your spine at the thought of embracing a certain guy, but you enjoy his company more than anyone else’s, is that settling or making an adult compromise?

That is what men face as women get older. The thought of embracing you (i.e. sex) gives her shivers of revulsion down her spine. But, if you are willing, she will still marry you. And you can see this pattern of behaviour of women at any age. It is not about them choosing a man, it is about them accepting or rejecting the men that come into their life. Women have no choice.

This is why of the genders, the female is by far the more critical and nagging of the two. She knows she has no choice, and if forced to settle, she will resent the less-than-perfect-male she "choose" for the rest of both of their lives. There are a lot more damning quotes I could pull from that article, but suffice it to say, I think the point I am making is pretty clear.

After 25, women don't "choose" a man, they settle.

And science now proves this to be the case. Especially the ones who don't want to believe they have no choice in the man they one day marry. And all of them will settle, if they have to, and can stomach it apparently in her business like adult decision of romantic compromise. Men, by in large, don't settle. Especially if they are real men.

A true man will always have choice.

He can get in shape, make more money, become more interesting and many other myriad things to remain attractive to younger women and therefore choose one for his mate, if he wishes.

But a woman?

Once her beauty (and especially her fertility) is gone, very few of them have anything to offer a man of even minimal self-respect and self-esteem. Dating and marrying a woman 10 to 15 years - even 20 or more - his junior is entirely possible for a man. A woman cannot say the same because she has no choice in the matter.

If you are a young man in your early 20s reading this, I want you to take away one thing and one thing only from this post.

Start being more discriminate in your choices of female companionship.

Start making real choices about the women you want in your life or not.

Do it for the betterment of the human race. If she balks or complains, just tell her it's not your fault.

Your Y chromosome made you do it.

Strength & Honor