Wednesday, February 26, 2014

The Perfection of 'Couples'

Comments in the Tavern about the Olympics moved toward a small discussion about men and women acting in Unison. That discussion has continued.

It helps us when concrete examples of couples acting together, with a plan and a direction, are presented to us, as in Ice Dancing. And it can lead to more conceptual understanding.

The Southern Gal dropped in with her friend Henry. Henry had a lot to say that was spot on.  You might recall that Southern Gal spoke at length about the Feminine Woman some time ago. Henry has a view too. He started talking about women, as chaps do in bars, but soon included men.

The Virtues of the Feminine 
Men need to distinguish between women who are feminine and those who are inverted.  
A feminine woman is receptive to men. She exudes cheerfulness and inviting warmth. A man can make a friendly remark and be well received.  

An inverted woman, on the other hand, is fearful and defiant in the presence of men. She has been taught that man is a competitor, or worse, a predator.  
These women are out of touch with their nature and you can tell.
Woman's essential nature is to be an incubator of love. Her natural role is to create an environment in which living beings thrive. Her destiny is to love a man, and through him her children. Her reward is their love and happiness.  
Sexual intercourse and childbirth are manifestations of a spiritual relationship.  

A man must first plant his spirit in a woman's heart and find a warm reception. That spirit takes root and love grows into a sapling, and then a towering oak. Finally, a child is the expression of this unseen reality.  
What are the elements of this male-female dynamic? The male must present a woman with a spirit that she can embrace.  
Men generally use money or power to appeal to women. However, a man is much more than a provider or doer. He is an agent of God.  
Every man has a divine mission and purpose on earth. This mission imbues him with a confident masculinity, which appeals to a woman's higher instincts.  

Do women lose their identity in this process? Yes. Partly.  
Psychiatrist Marie Robinson calls this their "essential altruism."  
Women were designed to find identity and self-fulfillment in their husband and family. This is positive. Ultimately, women do not get satisfaction in worldly achievement. They find fulfillment from giving and receiving love. They are creatures of love, God's creatures. 
 The essence of womanhood is the maternal. A woman nurtures and makes things grow. She gives her husband and children unconditional love. Similarly, the essence of manhood is the paternal. A husband gives direction, purpose and security to his wife and family.  
Everything leading up to marriage is preparation for these complementary roles.  
Marriage is a mystical union.  
Man and woman become one. The sword in its sheath; the record in its sleeve. This union in love is the wholeness we all seek. It is a prerequisite for happiness and personal development.  
Otherwise, we are stalled, i.e. obsessed with sex.  
In order for union to take place, a woman must identify her self-interest with her husband's.  
She becomes part of him.  
He becomes part of her.  
Their happiness is one. Members of couples who remain "independent" are in competition with each other. They cannot know true intimacy. They cannot know true love.  
Powerful forces in the world use the mass media to create social trends. These forces are promoting sexual inversion in order to sabotage the nuclear family and destabilize society.  

They dupe women into denying their femininity and usurping the masculine role. As a result, millions of women are inverted and are missing the boat with men. Rather than creating loving environments, they are aggressive and self-seeking.  
They need someone to create a loving environment for them. Hence the power struggle that makes "equal" relationships a constant trial.
In practical terms, what does this mean for men?  
1) "A man makes the house, the woman makes the home." A man must get his personal and professional act together.  
2) He must love the woman who loves him. Otherwise he should leave her alone.  
3) Men should not waste too much time on inverted women, i.e. feminists. (A friend said marrying a feminist is like a Jew marrying an Anti-Semite.)  
A strong man might help a feminist rediscover her femininity. (See the movie The Bostonians, for an example.) But you're dealing with milk that has curdled. Better to find a woman who is naturally feminine and naturally receptive.  
This requires many contacts; the Internet is perfect for this. Don't waste time trying to make a shoe fit just because you're starved for love.   
Your soul takes root in someone else's being. That's your home. That's where you belong.  
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Food for thought. And all that from what is termed a  'Men's Rights Activist'.  You can see why the Feminists hate MRAs.

Wash it all down with some cleansing ale.



  1. Men should not waste too much time on inverted women


  2. I loved this article and felt the truth of it deep down inside. Having been married for nearly twenty years, most of them being the defensive feminist-type wife and the last few years being a more feminine and receptive wife. The differences are dramatic and my happiness level is much improved, so is his. This is the big lie of feminism, it teaches women to compete with their mates out of some sort of notion that they will be abused and downtrodden and weak if they don't. God forbid a wife act at all submissive! They present marriage as a competitive sport that MUST be won, no matter the cost. This creates discord in the relationship and will eventually choke all of the love out of it. The sorriest part is that what is supposed to make women happy according to those who preach this competitive version doesn't work. Many women are desperately unhappy in their marriages and have no idea why. I know I was before I stumbled upon the lies I learned in feminism.

    1. Lovely to see happy customers in the rooms Michelle 0001 and I am very glad you have found contentment. You do not say how this change came about though. Was your husband that 'strong man who helped you rediscover' or was there another influence from which he became a beneficiary? Either way, it is a 'Good'. A Grace.


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