A Ring of Gold in a Swine’s Snout

Women might have more dignity if they took themselves less seriously.

Readership: Christian men and women

Western culture is so saturated with female sexuality, that we have grown accustomed to the frivolity. Women are favored by default, so that anytime it is “his word against her word“, the woman is believed and the man is denigrated. Even the church has become so enamored by the pedestalization of wimmin, that we have lost sight of the glory of God. (This is Sharkly’s whole testimony in a nutshell.)

“Now feminists who look like the bottom of a soiled foot will be upset with fashion models because, as they say, they can sleep their way to the top and gain advantage over others due to their fabulous looks.  But as I say often, pretty people are people too and we should not discriminate against them.”

Overman Warrior: We are not supposed to have elites in America, A ruling class is something to look down on, not to worship (2020 December 8)

Likewise, we should not discriminate in their favor either, that is, not merely on the basis of their attractiveness.

For all the chuffy pop talk about the evils of discrimination, only ugly feminists have the privilege of being able to mention that women are routinely discriminated in favor of their attractiveness. But as Cliffhanger humorously notes in the above quote, this in itself, is a form of reverse discrimination.

Interestingly, the feminists are right about this, despite the blatant bigotry. As the saying goes, “even a broken clock is correct twice a day“. Or as the Bible says,

As a ring of gold in a swine’s snout,
So is a lovely woman who lacks discretion.”

Proverbs 11:22 (NKJV)

Elspeth explained this further.

“Demureness can be manufactured, and it’s entirely possible for a woman to be all of those things [men desire] on the surface, but underneath it all is something that will suck a man’s soul dry.”

Yes, true feminine Charitas is a rarity. Most women who work to look good do it for self-centered motivations, and many of these women are good at faking it. Men are often oblivious to the subtle differences, and fail to discern the trappings of feminine Machiavellianism until after it has been sprung on them. And by that time, it’s already too late.

Yes, these women have real sexual authority, but it is a cheap blunderbuss for women who only flaunt their sex appeal for self-centered reasons.

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A Humorous Analogy

To give the reader a fresh taste of what is happening with women who wield their feminine authority without discretion, let me draw the following analogy of a man who bombastically flaunts the social image of his masculine authority.

Consider a local fireman or policeman who comes to the church worship service fully dressed in his occupational attire.

Let’s take the policeman as an example. He comes in with his girlfriend or family and sits towards the front of the sanctuary. Someone in the congregation objects, saying that him wearing his 8-point cap, night stick, and 9 mm during the service is distracting and unnecessary. In response, the policeman gets angry and says he is “offended”. He says he’s sworn to defend the life, liberty and property of everyone there, including the pastor. He talks on at length about his duties and responsibilities to the public. He says that his opponent doesn’t appreciate his sacrifice, and that he is disrespectful to his authority as a policeman.

If the policeman was truly on the job, on a mission to keep law and order at the church and to protect the pious from being martyred (which is gradually becoming the reality), then he would stand in the back corner of the sanctuary and try to draw as little attention to himself as possible.

Image Credit: Scroll (Serena Maxwell): Alabama church wants its own police force (2017 April 3)

Now, this illustration of the policeman “worshipping” in full regalia is obviously ridiculous, yet somehow, we don’t feel the same way about young women coming to church, dressed to show off their reproductive wares to the pastor’s son.

Maybe we should.

One of the purposes of female head coverings is so that women do not draw excessive attention to themselves and thereby distract our attention from worshipping in the presence and glory of God.

But some people take women so seriously, that they are slow to understand this.

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9 Responses to A Ring of Gold in a Swine’s Snout

  1. Scott says:

    There’s more to life than being really, really ridiculously good looking. And I’m going to find out what those things are.

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  2. redpillboomer says:

    “Yes, true feminine Charitas is a rarity. Most women who work to look good do it for self-centered motivations, and many of these women are good at faking it. Men are often oblivious to the subtle differences, and fail to discern the trappings of feminine Machiavellianism until after it has been sprung on them. And by that time, it’s already too late.”
    A few years ago I was acquainted with a 27 year old beauty that I got to know fairly well during an educational course we were both taking. She said a thing or two to me that at the time that didn’t fully register with me. I wasn’t ‘Red Pilled’ yet, I interpreted everything she said through a Blue Pill lense. One thing she said to me was, “A lot of people think I’m a good girl.” I didn’t think anything of it, other than yes, you seem like a ‘good girl’ to me. She dressed conservatively, very feminine attire-nice skirts, shirts/blouses, neck scarfs, reasonable make-up & jewelry, that type of look. Me being of a different generation, a Boomer, viewed her through my back-in-the-day view of young women. For all intents and purposes, she LOOKED like a ‘good girl’ to me–wholesome, fresh, etc. I came to find out later on that Ms. Beautiful ‘good girl’ had been a CC rider from the time she was 18 years old at UGA (banged as a Freshman by one of the star UGA football players who went on to play in the NFL), with easily a double-digit N-Count (I estimate at least between 15-25 men she had fornicated with over the years, possibly higher). She ended up quitting the educational program 2/3 of the way through to chase a known player within that particular educational community all over the southeastern part of the US (the guy moved from Georgia to Florida, and went to Asheville, NC on a regular basis, hence the term ‘chase’). This is what jumped out at me in the quote I copied and pasted at the beginning of my post: “many of these women are good at faking it.” To the young men out there, If the female is over 25 and single, there is no such thing anymore as a ‘good girl’ out there; hell, I’d probably lower the age even further down than 25. Not sure where I’d place it, 20-21 or maybe 18-19? What do you guys say?

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    • Jack says:

      @ RedPillBoomer,
      I would agree that if a woman passes 25 and she’s still single, she’s not a good candidate for marriage. Either she doesn’t have a sufficient libido to push her towards marriage, or she has been expending her libido outside of marriage. There are very few exceptions.

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  3. Scott says:

    Totally off topic. My latest video.

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