…when desire strikes, or her world comes crashing down.
Reader’s Note: This post concludes the theme for August, “Snickerdoodles – Case Studies of Female Failures”.
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“I Don’t Need No Man!”, she says
In spite of all the sadness and heartache that is common among women these days, I’ve gotten the impression that women basically just want a man for entertainment, for affirmation, for spots on dinners, cash and help, and for sex. We don’t hear too many women expressing their needs for affection, love, kindness, masculine strength, meaning, protection, status, and so on. Although women will seldom overtly mention any of these needs, there is ample evidence that they are lurking beneath the Maybelline photo enhanced façade. But modern women have developed a peculiar habit of assiduously avoiding any semblance of humility, and so it is difficult to address these needs.
The theme for the month of August was “Snickerdoodles – Case Studies of Female Failures”. One of the statements the readers may have heard or read over and again this month is the faux hope of denial that is conveyed in the overused cliché, “I don’t need no man”. Note the double negative, which presumably means a positive. But if we assume the intended sentiment is an accurate inference, then if women “don’t need no man”, then why do they continue to pursue high value men?
Let’s break this pathetic gaslighting down into digestible statements.
I don’t need no man… except when I can’t pay all my bills.
I don’t need no man… except when I need house repairs done.
I don’t need no man… except when I feel fearful and insecure.
I don’t need no man… except when I want attention and validation to set my ego at ease.
I don’t need no man… except when I’m alone in the middle of the night, feeling lonely and horny.
I don’t need no man… except when my best friend has one that makes me envious.
I don’t need no man… except when I’m deliriously drunk at a dance club.
I don’t need no man… unless he’s 6-6-6 (6 feet tall, makes 6 figures, and has at least a 6-inch dong).
I don’t need no man… unless he’s soft in my solipsism, and hard in my humidor.
I don’t need no man… except when I am finally ready to have a big wedding day.
I don’t need no man… except when I’m ready to have a baby.
Moreover, women have a subtle way of acquiring their needs from men without letting men being very well aware of it. Meanwhile, women have succeeded in making men do all the work, shouldering all the responsibility, and taking all the blame. This has to stop. Women should be asking for these things from men.
The Essence of Denial
So what we find is that women who cling to this cliché are in a state of proud denial. But deep inside, they are extremely sad. Instead of clinging to these lies and working themselves into a mad frenzy trying to make ends meet, what would really help women is if they were honest with men about what they wanted and needed. Of course, this is not enough by itself, but it is a good start on the path of truth.
It also helps when men are aware of what is being denied, how the denial is presented and appears to our impressions, and why women cling to this modus operandi, as this would give them the insight they need to deal with this gainsay in the event that it becomes an issue that must be addressed. The posts this month have given us the eye bleach necessary to recognize all these aspects.
This month, we’ve had posts describing the lies and false promises foisted upon women.
- The Influence of Culturally Imposed Sexuality on Women (2021-08-02)
- The Influence of Pornography and OnlyFans on Women (2021-08-04)
- Rebranding the Natural Order as “Misogyny” (2021-08-09)
We’ve had posts about the relationship marketplace, how debased and transactional it is, and the lengths women are willing to go to conceal their various ego replenishments, whitewash their faux pas, and advance their market position.
We’ve had a series and two posts describing three women who wasted their lives chasing after false notions and who refused to humble themselves enough to enter into the peace and rest that a relationship could offer.
- Sappy Wall Day, Tomi Lahren! (2021-08-11)
- Carousel Widow in Decline – Part 1 – Part 2 – Part 3 – Part 4 – Part 5
- A Snapshot of the Destruction Caused by Pride (2021-08-25)
The Sadness of Denial
When I first started planning this month’s theme, I expected it would be entertaining and insightful. But now that the essays have been written and posted, and after seeing the voluminous discussions thereof, I find that it has not been lighthearted at all. Instead of being diverting, it has engrossed us with a glance into the abyss. After seeing the barebones buckskins of dazed and confused women wandering in the smoke and ashes of a deeply broken society, I’m stricken with sadness, grief, guilt, and shame. Now, I find it completely inappropriate to cast snickers at doodles. So now I must urge readers to grieve over the damn!ng effects of the lies that have overshadowed western culture for most of our lives, for the lost hopes, lost innocence, and the lost souls.
If all of the above essays weren’t enough to convince readers of the sad state of women today, I’ll offer this video.
I can’t watch this video more than once, because it reeks of the copacetic sadness of ħɘ11. But that’s the exact reason why I posted it here. Women who buy into the world’s deceptions, lie to themselves, deny their need for a man, and try to go through life without embracing their God given desire for intimacy and relationships are bound up and burning in the flames of ħɘ11.
Alexander Grace: To Women Who Say They Don’t Need A Boyfriend (Length: 9:11)
In my opinion, AG is one of the better Red Pill media producers on YouTube. I find his videos to be fairly complete, quite concise, well balanced, and delivered in language that I could share with my BP friends, or my wife or daughters. (He could improve his presentation if he would comb his hair before he hits the record button.)
“Women are highly social creatures, much more than men. For women, companionship and intimacy are extremely important.”
“No matter what they say, women want to be in relationships, even women who don’t like men. The want to be loved, stroked, listened to…”
One woman who was interviewed said, “I see other people being happy with someone else, and I feel lonely…”
AG points out three kinds of women who say, “I don’t need a man.”
- Women who find their own happiness outside of their relationships.
- Women who want a relationship with a man, but who are in denial.
- Women who are traumatized, broken, and bitter.
Very few women are in category (1). I’ll guess that most women are in (2), and I suspect that a steadily growing number of women are in group (3).
In attempting to pursue misguided Feminist ideals, women are committing violence against their souls.
“The strong feminist woman who claims that she doesn’t need a man is not showing courage, she is showing cowardice. She doesn’t have the strength to honestly look inside herself and see what’s there. She can’t admit what her body craves. She lives in denial. Repressing your true desires is not a path of strength, it’s a path of weakness.”
“True strength and true courage comes from admitting what you are, not denying it.”
AG cites a study reporting that 82% of men and 84% of women said that getting married is important for them.
AG cites another study on 15,000 young people in relationships which found that 83% of men and 88% of women report being very committed to their current partner. 51% of men and 57% of women are almost certain that their current relationship will be permanent.
Some readers might think that AG is offering these statistics to prop up false hopes, but I disagree. I think he is just emphasizing the point that relationships are vitally important to people. This much is easy to understand, as it’s human nature. But I would go a step further to emphasize that they’re frustrated in this endeavor because they’re doing it all wrong. It’s easy to point out the baseline problems.
- The heavy emphasis on sex as the source of all meaning in life.
- The debasement of marriage.
- Marriage, sex, and having children are no longer regarded as concomitant.
- Blithe ignorance of the nature of men and women. (Thank you Red Pill!)
- Solipsism — the focus on self-fulfillment without any self-awareness.
- Young people aren’t attuned to think about the longitudinal outcome.
The common responses to these problems are just as destructive.
- Marriage is not taken seriously as an option. It is intentionally postponed and even discouraged because of the near certainty that it will be debased.
- Meanwhile, sex is easy to accomplish, especially for a young woman away from home or at college.
- Therapeutic Moralistic Deism
- The YOLO fluff and other feel-good moxies.
Being raised in an ostensibly healthy Christian home seems to make little difference. We’ve all heard stories of young girls who were raised right, home schooled in a Christian environment, and then they went off to college only to be converted to the Feminist Life Script.
There are many other grievous issues that come up during the implementation of a “remedy” within the context of specific scenarios, including The Learning Psychology of Women who Participate in the Online Amateur Sex Industry (2021 January 13), and The Futility of Justifying the Crash Landing (2021 February 15).
But the fact is that the vast majority of women are unhappier with these arrangements, whether they are willing to admit it or not.
Women who say “I don’t need no man” are liars. According to the archetype, it’s like a man saying, “I don’t need no God”. It’s a denial of the highest order.
Next time you hear a woman say “I don’t need no man”, tell her, “I’m *sorry* to hear that, because I’m a man who needs to be needed by a woman who is honest about her needs.” Then do a hard Next and watch her chase you!