The proper and fitting way for women to infiltrate Male spaces

Only certain women may enter male spaces, and they must follow protocol to be accepted.

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The 2019 Sigma Frame Performance Report (2020 January 4) showed two females to be the top commenters on Σ Frame.

This is the first year that females have been the top commenters.  Fellow blogger Soviet Men remarked that comments from females on Σ Frame are counterproductive.  I’m not very pleased with this development, because this is intended to be primarily a men’s space, and men are the target audience of my writings.  I’m also aware of how women gradually infiltrate men’s spaces and convert them to wimminz spaces.  This phenomenon is described in the following posts.

I will stay vigilant about preventing this from happening here, but I’m not going to lose sleep on it.

I have nothing against female readers or commenters, and I do appreciate their feedback when it is considerate, useful, and is expressed in a demure, respectful manner.  But I have to give this reminder to the ladies: Righteous women don’t make a habit of parading around men’s spaces.

If you’re a woman, and if you believe you’re a righteous lady, and if you really must leave a comment, then please show your respect to the men by observing the following guidelines.

  1. Exercise restraint by limiting the numbers and the lengths of your comments.
  2. Take some time to think through what you feel needs to be said.
  3. Say a prayer and ask God if you really need to say this.
  4. If God speaks from heaven in the voice of a whispering wind, telling you to express your hard-won testimony, then write it as clear, concisely, and poetically as possible in the form of iambic heptameter.
  5. Proofread your poem several times, to make sure this is what God wants you to say.
  6. Go to either (1) a beautiful natural environment such as a lake or a national park, or (2) a public space such as a restaurant or a bustling street corner.
  7. Maintain good posture; be buoyantly animated, with bright eyes and a smile.
  8. Sing your poem in the key of A# major.
  9. Take a video of yourself singing.
  10. Submit your musical message to be published as a guest post on Σ Frame.

All women are invited to submit.  In fact, it is the will of God!  (See Ephesians 5:22-24 NKJV)  If you choose not to submit to Σ Frame, then please submit to God by respecting the man in your life.

Contributions with the following attributes will receive special consideration.

  • A good singing voice
  • Attractively dressed
  • Have a sense of class
  • Minimal cosmetics
  • At least 28 teeth
  • BMI < 24
  • WHR < 0.7
  • Hair length > lower sternum
  • No body piercings or tattoos
  • In the event of a standoff, thin sexy legs or a buxom figure may be used as a deciding factor

Consider this to be Sigma Frame’s Singing Sister Challenge!

In the case of excess female comments on Frame, those women who have successfully matched the Singing Sister challenge will be placed lowest on the list of female-generated comments to be deleted.

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As an alternative, you could do any of the following to express your concerns.

  1. Write down your perspectives and post it on your own blog.
  2. Write down your perspectives and send it to me in a private email.

I’ve not taken the practice of moderating, and I’d rather not start.  But if comments from females continue to outnumber the comments from males, I will do so.

Instead of telling the women to comment less, I’d much rather have the men comment more!

We’re looking forward to your submission(s), ladies!  Submit your guest article here!

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8 Responses to The proper and fitting way for women to infiltrate Male spaces

  1. “Fellow blogger Soviet Men remarked that comments from females on Σ Frame are counterproductive.”

    I specifically meant on that relationship post, but yeah. Like Chinese tourists, too many and they ruin the joint.

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  2. Sharkly says:

    There was once a male space called church where women were to remain silent. But women’s desires are now held high above God’s in those clearly woman controlled spaces.

    God made the whole world a male space, you just have to learn to discount the chatter of the help. If you change too much in the presence of women, you are both being two-faced and controlled by them. Easier said than done, I know. Strive to be superior and maintain that women are inferior right in front of them all. Whispering that you’re really patriarchal to some other men in a men’s-only lounge doesn’t make it so.

    A bunch of men who are all united in agreement doesn’t make for a lot of comments. Conflict and competition drives a lot of talk. Let a few silly women rant their Feminism, and that will get the comments flowing and give patriarchal men and women practice shutting down Feminist women’s silly protestations of equality. You may have to go poke the hibernating bear, and invite your own Feminist trolls to get conversations flowing fast and furious. Some of them make a pretty good foil, if you and your other commenters can keep up with refuting their tired talking points and batting away their overblown protestations as fast as they regurgitate them.

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  3. ramman3000 says:

    “Instead of telling the women to comment less, I’d much rather have the men comment more!”

    As appealing as a series of guest post arias by perfect women sounds, this seems to be the most reasonable course of action. But… you can’t extract blood from stones. If people don’t want to comment, they don’t want to comment. That said, if the content on this site appeals to women and you want it to appeal to men, that sounds like a problem with the authors of that content.

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    • Jack says:

      Actually, I hope some of my content will appeal to women, because they need to be educated about how men think, and what they want. I think women could also get some clues that would help them make better life decisions. I believe this would, in turn, help men immensely. But if there’s an excess of female input, then it becomes the females educating the men. So if females want to hang out here, then they need to keep it quiet, formal, respectful, and in the spirit of learning.

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      • ramman3000 says:

        “…an excess of female input…So if females want to hang out here, then they need to keep it quiet, formal, respectful, and in the spirit of learning.”

        Eh, it’s just a comment section. It is less sacred than, say, the parking lot of your church, the supermarket, or the county dump. Moreover, it’s a logical fallacy to reject ideas in the marketplace of ideas because of the sex of the person.

        Now, if you get a nice trolling aria, I’d almost pay to see that. It’s too bad my wife doesn’t like to sing….

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      • Jack says:

        I believe those females who are really serious about being heard by men, and who have something worth contributing, should be willing to make their message presentable. I doubt we’ll get many choral responses, but if we do, it will be worth hearing.

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  4. Liz says:

    Hi Jack,
    Think I’ve posted twice here total.
    For some background, I was a moderator of a political discussion forum for over ten years…this was a while back, the forum went tits-up once social media and blogs caught on and all that. I’ve always generally read and participated in sites that were de-facto “men’s sites” just by nature of the subjects that interest me most (military, politics, foreign policy).
    Before engaging in a forum I read the “about” page, and any “rules and/or commentary policy guidelines“ pages if the blog owner puts them up.
    That’s how I know where I stand.
    I don’t usually re-read comment policies after I start engaging in a forum.
    So I’m glad I read this write-up, or I would’ve missed the memo.
    Thanks!

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