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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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More thoughts on female hysteria and the “womb sickness”, with remarks about its nature, the weak ego, and different forms of hysteria

Here are some of my recent thoughts on female hysteria: FIRST THOUGHTS It seems, to me, that female hysteria is alive and kicking as much today as at any other time in history.  Hysteria, as a term, ceased to be … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the “era of drones” with remarks about its legacy and effects

Recently, some ideas kept coming to me which is quite interesting and which got onto some interesting statements and observations: I kept saying that we are in the “era of drones”.  This refers to a character of person that I … Continue reading

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Thoughts on identity and identity problems – the source of many problems and many solutions, with remarks about the “pre-self”

Here is a thought I had: Ever since the early 1980’s I have looked into what I call “identity problems”.  These are the various problems associated with identity which seems particularly prevalent nowadays in these overpopulated and dehumanizing times. Initially, … Continue reading

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More thoughts on the growing female identity problem and alienation – the “female problem” – continuing effects of dehumanization

Recently, I made this statement: “The female, nowadays, has become alienated from the mother instinct.  That is to say, the mother instinct keeps prodding them but they are not in tune with it or are disassociated with it.  This is … Continue reading

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Thoughts on a Victorian cause for female low self-esteem in Western society: a failure of the Victorian mother???

Here’s a thought I had: While thinking one day I got on the subject of female low self-esteem, which I see examples of just about wherever I go.  I’ve known, for years, that a lot of it began with British … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the ‘limbo condition’, a unique character trait of the female

Here’s a thought I had: I have always felt that the female character naturally creates a particular form of dilemma for the female.  It’s very unique reflecting their character traits.  The more I look at it the more important it … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the different male and female characters – “male culture” and “female culture”

The male and female are different people.  In fact, they are so different that I often jokingly say that they should be considered different species of animal.  Their traits and qualities are often like polar opposites and so unlike each … Continue reading

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Thoughts on my statement: “at the rate we are going the female will be obliterated”

Recently, I have been looking a lot at female dehumanization and alienation.  While doing this, I found myself making a statement which stunned me.  I said: “At the rate we are going the female will be obliterated.” This was said … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on the naturally appearing female low self-esteem

The question of female low self-esteem keeps propping up.  I see it all the time, and its various representations and forms.  Not only that, it seems to infiltrate a lot of what females do, think, and behave.  It’s for this … Continue reading

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