Category Archives: Feminism: a destructive philosophy

Thoughts on my statement, “the femalehood is on the verge of extinction” – the “Regency Ailment” and the coming of new types of extinctions

In a conversation, recently, I stated something interesting.  I said: “The femalehood is on the verge of extinction” This means that a sexuality is becoming redundant and worthless and is slowly disappearing. This, it seems to me, is a whole … Continue reading

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Thoughts on female claims of abuse – revealing aspects of the mother instinct

Here’s a thought I had: Way back in the 1980’s I began an inquiry into females claims of abuse, victimizing, molestation, harassment, etc.  The girls who started this inquiry were called “feminists” whose whole line of thought was that the … Continue reading

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Thoughts on some aspects of female identity problems

Here’s a thought I had: Every so often you hear some statements that are very revealing.  Recently, I heard several statements from Hillary Clinton that reveal aspects of female identity problems.  They are also good examples of the hidden and illusionary ways female … Continue reading

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Thoughts on ‘secular oppression’

Here’s a thought I had (it seems that I may of spoken of similar themes, or maybe even repeated this theme, in other blogs though I cannot remember which ones): Recently, I have been speaking of something which I keep calling … Continue reading

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Thoughts on female identity problems – an example of how females are losing the ability to interpret their own naturally appearing motherly feelings, the ‘alienated mother desire’, and other things

Recently, I heard a statement from a young American female that was interesting and quite revealing.  What she said amounted to this: “Breastfeeding is very important for females.  Being allowed to breastfeed is a way for women to be empowered.”  She then seemed … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the female and Victorian society – “being Victorian green” – the females envy of the male and the ‘female envy culture’

Here’s a thought I had: While reading some accounts from a lady in the 1800’s a theme appeared which I’ve known for some time.  Basically this is that during the Victorian era many females developed a particularly strong envy of the male.  I … Continue reading

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Response to a reply to my article “Thoughts on the importance of defined sexual roles” – female identity problems and the “politically justified neurosis”

Every so often I receive a reply that cries out for an article.  I received one such reply for my article “Thoughts on the importance of defined sexual roles” that revealed so many issues that they are worth pointing out.  In fact, this reply … Continue reading

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