Women’s Greater Sexual Power
Women clearly have greater sexual power than men. Such is why men are sexually rejected ten times more than women. Such is also why women claim ~80% of men are below average while men claim only ~50% of women are below average. Furthermore, if that doesn’t convince you that women clearly have greater sexual power than men, the vast majority of your reproductively successful ancestors were female, not male. Additionally, prostitution and hypergamy are generally a one way street, with men paying women, not women paying men (proof of the male body’s economic valuelessness in the sexual marketplace). And last but not least, it’s virtually impossible to imagine women enthusiastically inventing, let alone willfully enforcing, a “men and children first” policy.
Art Reflecting Life
Women’s greater sexual power is also reflected throughout art, film, and literature. In Saint George & the Dragon, a man risks his life to save a virginal woman. In Star Wars, Han and Luke risk their lives to save the princess. In Cinderella, a wealthy prince marries a mere peasant woman. In Lysistrata, women withhold their sexual power in order to literally stop a war. Inversions of these sorts of stories are virtually unheard of and, with rare exception, comparatively unpopular. Women’s greater sexual power is, in all likelihood, the primary cause of the culture of male disposability. Male disposability is evident not only among human beings but also among many other species of animals as well.
The Denial of an Open Secret
If the feminists continue to claim that women are powerless, they may continue to use their narrative of powerlessness to define men as the wicked oppressors of women. This gives modern day women moral leverage over men. And this is why the feminists tend to deeply loathe any man who dares to admit that women have more sexual power than men. To admit that one has power is to admit that one has the responsibility that comes with that particular manifestation of power. Responsibility, however, comes with the burden of personal accountability to both one’s self as well as one’s society. Hence, the feminists desire to exercise power without the burden of responsibility, which is why they try to obscure the various forms of leverage and control which women do in fact wield over men. This is why any discussion of women’s superior sexual power in relation to men is currently taboo in Western societies.
The Sexual Economy
If a heterosexual man and a heterosexual woman of roughly equal attractiveness both attempt to sell their bodies on the street, the woman will virtually always make dramatically larger sums of money than the man. After all, the idea of a woman viewing a male sexual partner as “an economic expense” worth sacrificing for is somewhat foreign to the female psyche. Does this not suggest that women, on average, have dramatically greater sexual power than men? If something cannot even be sold for monetary currency, then how much power could it possibly have? And given that the Marxist left is so radically obsessed with “power inequities”, what do they suggest that we do in order to level the playing field when it comes to the prostitution/hypergamy wage gap?
Lies About the Universities
In recent years, feminists have made the claim that men are making out like sexual bandits at our universities due to the surplus of female students. This is, of course, largely false. The sexual Pareto principle (otherwise known as the infamous 80/20 rule) is alive and well, even in the case of a 60/40-ish female to male university ratio. Any social scientist worth his or her salt knows this is indeed the case as empirical studies show only a minority of men in academia benefit from a culture of promiscuity, all while the significant majority of men generally obtain no such benefit. Once again, the feminists have proliferated the increasingly absurd myth of male sexual domination. There are, in fact, more virginal men than virginal women in academia.
Man’s Glorified Sexual Longevity
Some people make the claim that men have more time to reproduce given that women hit the wall roundabout age forty. But let’s be honest. Women become fertile around the age of thirteen, giving them a window of twenty-seven years of viable fertility. And modern day women prefer to have no more than two children or less on average. If twenty-seven years isn’t enough time for a woman to have two children, I don’t think giving women any more time will help them with this problem. And given that most Western men do not want to have more than a couple of children either, whether or not men are capable of reproducing after age forty is not particularly relevant. The average man does not produce more children than the average woman. And men are more likely than women to produce no children at all.
But What about Serial Polygamy?
It is true that one man can betray women by repeatedly replacing older wives with younger wives, but this unsustainable practice of double and triple dipping in the marriage market cannot honestly be categorized as male empowerment as it merely serves to rob the next generation of men of available women. As clinical psychologist Jordan Peterson has repeatedly stated, it is sociopathic to damage the fabric of society by engaging in behaviors which lead to some men having many women while other men have none. I don’t see how we can honestly define older men screwing over younger men to their own benefit, taking multiple wives for themselves while others have none, as “male empowerment”. Furthermore, women are dramatically more likely than men to file for divorce.
Sanctity of the Unborn
Not only is male heterosexuality most often worth zero dollars (or less) in the marriage market, most Western women have the unilateral authority to kill a man’s offspring against his wishes. This particular custom, otherwise known as a woman’s right to choose, gives women and women alone Godlike sexual power over human life itself.
The Family Courts
Women’s greater sexual power is on full display in the family courts in which women are vastly more likely to win full custody of children and receive alimony payments. Not only are men more likely to lose custody of their own children, men are dramatically more likely to commit suicide after being divorced by their spouses. In most matters of Western family law, women are a privileged class. Although this is a cultural construct, the cultural construct is based upon an underlying biological predisposition for gynocentrism. Due to men’s evolutionary tendency for cutthroat intra-male competition, men are all too likely to turn a blind eye to the suffering of their fellow man. Such is why patriarchal sacred culture is necessary in order to correct these underlying tendencies towards gynocentrism and male disposability.
Rape & the Empathy Gap
While there is a great deal of sympathy for female rape victims in the West, there is comparatively less sympathy for male rape victims. This suggests that Western societies generally value the sanctity of the female body considerably more so than the sanctity of the male body. When a man harms a woman’s body, civilized society cringes with horror. When a woman harms a man’s body, however, it’s nearly guaranteed that various media figures will make some kind of joke out of the incident. Case in point, when Lorena Bobbitt violently assaulted her husband’s genitals, Christopher Hitchens infamously stated that such criminal behavior finally brought to light a previously underrated social problem: women’s lack of romantic satisfaction. The very fact that we see the rape of a woman as a greater atrocity than the rape of a man tells us that we value female sexual power more than we value male sexual power. And as for men raping women, male on female rape is not a sign of male sexual power, but rather, a sign of male sexual weakness.
Homicide & Suicide
Society as a whole expresses greater shock and sorrow when women are murdered than when men are murdered. Again, this is likely due to the fact that the body of the womb bearer is generally seen as being more biologically valuable than the body of a man. As a species we have a tendency to view men’s bodies as utilitarian tools, cannon fodder, and semi-robotic machines. As for suicide, there is a shocking lack of concern for men’s dramatically higher suicide rate. It’s as though we have a biological propensity to see women as sacred prizes and men as utilitarian competitors. While prizes are objectified as valued entities, competitors are treated akin to warriors on a field who are thereby subjected to a “winner/loser” dichotomy. This is why we tend to see men who suffer and/or die as “losers” while viewing men who succeed as “winners”.
I should also state that I do not intend for any of the explanations of male dehumanization employed in this article to be used as justification for the continued acceptance of misandry. Together, we must teach one another to rise above our animal natures. Misandristic Darwinian depravity must be tamed with Christianly virtue. Only then will we see the full humanity of men.
A Game of Chicken
Some people might say that men have more sexual power when men gain status. This point, however ironically, merely serves to prove the fact that women still have greater sexual power than men. The very fact that men have to augment their value with status so as to equal a woman’s sexual value is itself evidence of women’s greater fundamental sexual power. And as for extreme exceptions to the rule, everyone knows that even male supermodels make a fraction of the income that female supermodels make. It is man’s profound insecurity which prevents him from admitting that women’s sexual power surpasses his own. Denying such truths also reflects a most pernicious game of chicken which men sometimes like to play with one another. The male sex all too easily makes sport of masochism, all so as to see who can take the heat, lie about it, and still come out smiling. Such is why both men and women alike tend to hurl vicious insults at anyone who so much as dares to tell the truth about women’s greater sexual power in relation to men.
Power Is Also a Cross to Bear
Woman’s greater sexual power comes at a hefty cost: Women have pain in child birth while men do not. We must recognize and respect this fundamental difference between men and women. Man’s cross to bear is different from woman’s cross to bear in that man must invent his sacrifice external of his body. Otherwise, man has no sacrifice to offer so as to parallel woman’s sacrifice. That said, we may still provide spouses for women who are barren, as well as spouses for men who are poor and struggling. This is where the role of Christianly sacred culture steps in, teaching both men and women to do their best with their particular roles and responsibilities, all while at the same time avoiding the outright dehumanization and abandonment of either sex.