The Feminization Of Man

Discussion in 'Human Science' started by WANDERER, Oct 20, 2003.

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  1. Jan Ardena Valued Senior Member

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    WANDERER,

    Jan Ardena asks AGAIN!:

    I deduce that the universe is imperfect from the fact that it is not constant and un-altering.
    Why it is so is beyond my ability to explain.
    DO YOU U-N-D-E-R-S-T-A-N-D?!!!!!!!


    Oh! So its not that you "don't know" why the universe is imperfect, but it is only beyond you ability to explain the FACT that you think the universe is imperfect.
    I U-N-D-E-R-S-T-A-N-D.

    What is in flux is imperfect or it wouldn’t be in flux if it were.

    No i disagree.

    What would perfection change to? Imperfection?

    Have you any experience of perfection?

    Why do I bother?! Now that’s the question.

    Stop trying to save face. The truth is, you cannot answer my questions, because you haven't serioiusly thought about your concept. And your over-inflated false-ego cannot handle the fact that you are not as glorius as you seem to think you are.

    Just like I figured, another Christian trying to rescue their delusions from the pits of hell.

    LOL!!!!
    You're talking nonsense, you have no idea where i'm coming from.
    And believe me when i tell you, i'm not surprised.

    My genes, my experiences, chance, all of the above?
    Take your pick.


    .....your seriously overgrown head.

    Nice?! NICE?!
    You think we are here to be nice?


    You think we are here to nasty?!

    Can you understand how ignorance can be frustrating?

    Sometimes, but in this case talking to you has been fun.

    Try explaining things to a child.

    Not a problem to one who has developed patience. In fact you can learn alot from children.

    Jan Ardena.
     
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  3. BigBlueHead Great Tealnoggin! Registered Senior Member

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    Ah! Eventually by arguing we hope to learn... Wanderer's already admitted that, even if only in a limited way. Head-butting is only the most basic aspect of argument.
     
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  5. Xev Registered Senior Member

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    No Blue, you don't get it. You're trying to prove your fighting prowess to any available females. You're literally butting heads with the other guy, only - you use the contents of your cranium and not the thick skull.
    Whether you're doing this on a conscious level or not is hardly the issue.

    And I'm following with interest because...well obviously, because I find this intellectually edifying.
    *Chuckles*
     
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  7. WANDERER Banned Banned

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    Jan Ardena
    Jesus girl you are the densest head I’ve met thus far.
    I repeat, I seethe universe as imperfect, admittedly merely my perspective as all opinions are perspectives, what I can’t explain is the WHY!!!!!! it is so.
    One more time:
    I can explain to a halfwit why I believe the universe is imperfect but not WHY?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    It is this way.
    ONE MORE TIME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I think the universe is imperfect because it is in flux, because it alters, because it is flowing, because it may self-destruct.
    What I cannot do is explain why it is imperfect.
    How many fucking times must I say the same god-damn thing before that skull of yours absorbs it?

    Can your pathetically simplistic mind come up with reasonable arguments to support your view or should that statement cover you?
    I explained why I think the universe is imperfect why don’t you take your own advice, you twit, and display the quality of your mind by actually saying something besides “I don’t think so” or “I disagree”?

    No have you?
    Did I not say perfection is impossible?
    Earth to Jan, can you read me dear? Are you out there?
    Since you beleive that you exist in a perfect universe I assume you have experienced perfection.
    How was it? Cold, hot, mild?

    I'm obviously not as "glorious" as you think I think I am but damn if i'm not more glorious than you.
    Save face to you Jan? You are assuming you are worth the trouble.

    Actually I'm trying to entertain myselfbut you can't even offerme that.
    You are so thick that it takes too much effort to even mock you.

    Thanks that's where I keep my brain.
    I bet your head is tiny and thick.

    To do the nasty or to be nasty?
    Your rambling is unreadable.


    Things I've learned from Jan Arden:
    1- Never involve yourself in a conversation with a halfwit.
    2- Children and idiots frustrate me.
    3- Once you are forced to repeat yourself to another, move on.
    4- Philosophy isn’t for everyone.
     
  8. Jan Ardena Valued Senior Member

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  9. WANDERER Banned Banned

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    There's a saying that goes like this:
    "Idiots will pull you down to their level and then defeat you with their experience there."

    You win.

    If the concept of how change indicates imperfection baffles you, then so be it.
    If you can’t imagine what a state of perfection would be like and why, then so be it.
    You indicate a supposed perfection of mechanisms but why these mechanisms would even be necessary in a perfect universe doesn’t seem to disturb you, so be it.
    If decay, destruction, creation, asymmetry fail to indicate imperfection in you mind, then so be it.
    If the possibility that the universe will either fall upon itself or grow into a state of cold, dark oblivion doesn’t indicate imperfection to you, then so be it.
    If your own imperfection does not make you wonder about how something imperfect can exist within something perfect or be a product and a particle of something perfect doesn’t raise a red flag to you, then so be it.
    If you so desperately need to rescue the idea of perfection so as to justify the idea of a perfect God, then so be it.
    If you need to pacify your fears that your existence may be meaningless so as to give your pain and suffering purpose, so be it.

    Now go off and play with the other retards in the ‘Free Thought’ or ‘Religion’ or ‘Paranormal’ boards.
     
  10. Jan Ardena Valued Senior Member

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    WANDERER,

    You win.

    And I thank-a-you.

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    Jan Ardena.
     
  11. Hastein Welcome To Kampuchea Registered Senior Member

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    Good point I failed to realize. Man is conscious of the universe, thus he is the universe conscious of itself. I guess I got caught up in a J-C mode of thinking. (Hits self in head)
     
  12. WANDERER Banned Banned

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    Man IS the universe, he is a piece of it, therefore when he looks outward he is really looking inward.
    Just like a brain is part of the human being and when it looks at the body it is looking at itself.
    NO?!
    As a brain cell is to the body so is man to the universe.
    So when we say man is imperfect we are saying the universe is thusly.
     
  13. Buddha1 Registered Senior Member

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    I agree that forced feminisation of men is directly related to the final subjugation of men (natural femininity is great though!)--- the pathetic position we find him in the west.

    But the actual culprit is the forced heterosexualisation of man. Of cutting him off from other men, isolating him -- breaking him from other men and taking away his power to bond with other men --- the basic target being the man's power to sexually bond with other men, which is the source of his natural masculinity.

    Man has been forced to 'bond' with women. How else do you think this can be achieved if not by feminising the man and masculinsing the woman?

    How do you expect a boy who grows up with women to be masculine? And I'm not talking about the negative masculinity as depicted by western 'macho' image.

    Homosexuality (i.e. marginalised and feminised male-male sexual bonds) is a direct result of the forced heterosexualisation of man.

    For more information and evidences on all of the above visit the post Heterosexuality is unnatural (earlier it was more specific like "Heterosexuality is queer", but thanks to the moderator you have now to wade through pages and pages of junk to find out the necessary posts!)
     
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  14. Satyr Banned Banned

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    Jeez, you’re not taking this Wanderer idiot seriously, are you?

    Can’t you see how he’s compensating for his inability to get laid or how he’s using his maleness to excuse his many other deficiencies?
    He's a walking soar.
    Everyone already knows this Wanderer moron, from his earlier attempts to justify himself to the world.
    Do some research!!!!

    The only good and healthy perspectives are those which bring people together and those that make us feel good and happy and secure in our identity.
    No psychological undercurrents there.

    In fact the wisest course of action is to not say anything at all or simply to repeat what other people have said, so as to avoid the discomforts of exposing yourself publicly.
     
  15. Xerxes asdfghjkl Valued Senior Member

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    *Ahem* Some of us are quite comfortable exposing ourselves publicly.
     
  16. Satyr Banned Banned

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    Yes, and how clearly you do so through your – how did Heidegger put it? – “idle talk”.
     
  17. Xerxes asdfghjkl Valued Senior Member

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    Actually, it's more of a joke.
     
  18. Satyr Banned Banned

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    And that’s why Satyr plays.
     
  19. Buddha1 Registered Senior Member

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    Satyr is one possible way to dismiss someone or to prove one wrong (if used properly i.e., and preferably not exclusively). Another strategy is to take him seriously but turn his thesis on him.

    I see nothing wrong with the fact that man is oppressed and feminised in the west. The other part of his analysis I don't agree with.
     
  20. Buddha1 Registered Senior Member

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    Look at me, I'm using your misspelling.....the post should read......

    Satire is one possible way to dismiss someone or to prove one wrong (if used properly i.e., and preferably not exclusively). Another strategy is to take him seriously but turn his thesis on him.

    I see nothing wrong with the fact that man is oppressed and feminised in the west. The other part of his analysis I don't agree with.
     
  21. Satyr Banned Banned

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    Misspelling?
    My we are dense.

    Or as a way to have some fun at the expense of another whose opinion is so stupid, only satire - did I spell that right?- can be used to make him interesting.
    My only other option is dismissing you totally.

    And this fact is what makes you so, wonderfully, you and exposes your motives and psychological needs.

    It’s not oppression and feminization that bothers you. You actually like it.

    What bothers you is that this feminization is not happening fast enough to satisfy your immediate psychological needs, due to resistant instinctive remnants from an environmental past you would like to believe were all artificial, and you wish for a future where humanity is a hermaphroditic species and where sex is simply a recreation and a way of "bonding" and finding belonging and safety.

    In other words: You’re [deleted].
    Unable to live up to some primitive notion of maleness you attempt to reinterpret it by claiming it’s a social invention and thusly easily reversible.

    Thing is homosexuality, in mammals, is mostly used as a method for establishing social harmony, where the independence and natural dominance of maleness is usurped by making him take on a more feminine social psychology, or it is used as a symbolic display of dominance, where the penetrator establishes authority over the penetrated, reminiscent of more natural sexual roles.

    Proof, once more that the feminine type is more conducive to social groups and so all characteristics of femininity are nurtured and become communally desirable.
    Maleness, as it participates in the psychology of both males (mostly but not always) and females (to a lesser extent) is a genetic mutation that has run its course and is quickly becoming obsolete.
    Even in past environments, maleness is often excluded or minimized in its participation. A far too volatile element to be controlled and made productive to the whole.

    What part?
     
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  22. Walker Hard Work! Registered Senior Member

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    Ah, how I've missed reading the threads of hostile and defensive moral fundamentalists, their posts bristling with the quotes of those who surround them, and in turn, the anxious, overintellectualized retorts, like spikey defenses raised high from the precarious shelter of an...

    ...Orc...burrow...

    ...nvm, back to playing WoW. Have fun kids.
     
  23. Xerxes asdfghjkl Valued Senior Member

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    'Maleness' is not a genetic mutation by definition. Sex is controlled by the whole chromosome, not individual genes.
     
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