The anti-feminine package
|Christy Mack Prof. of Skankology, Accidental Trollop University|
"Let Me Tell You a Story to Chill the Bones, 'Bout a Thing That I Saw..."
Ladies and gentlemen, if I may ask for your indulgence, let me spin you a little yarn.
He has a sister, considerably younger than himself, who he loves very much. Growing up, they always had the usual "sibling issues", but by the time he went off to university, they had sorted themselves and each other out; they were, and remain, very close.
And when the usual family discussions kicked off about Man's rights, the place of government in a free society, and Man's relationship with his fellows, he found himself facing a deluge of nonsense about "social justice" and "privilege" that required him to refrain from slapping down such silliness a la Vox Day in order to preserve peace in the household. Given his highly argumentative nature, and the depth and breadth of his knowledge on those subjects, it was not easy.
|And with good reason|
However, young women are also being told that the key to being strong and independent is to look and act like men- ugly men, at that. And that is where things go quite horribly wrong. By taking and acting on such advice, women immediately devalue their most important asset- their own femininity.
By cutting their hair, women immediately destroy one of their most obvious and visible cues of health, beauty, and fertility.
By tattooing their flesh, women immediately desecrate their bodies with ink-work that will, more often than not, stay with them permanently- and will deform, wrinkle, and sag along with the rest of their skin.
By piercing various body parts, women immediately festoon themselves with ugly, non-functional bits of metal that do little or nothing to enhance their appearance.
(By the way, it is common in South and Southeast Asia for engaged and married women to pierce their noses with a simple metal ring. As a matter of personal preference, I must confess that I've never much liked that look, regardless of a woman's origins. Indeed, women who pierce their noses often have to be festooned with decorative marriage jewelry in order to look good with them- mostly because the other jewelry serves to distract one from the ugly piercing.)
|It doesn't even make Aishwarya Rai look good|
It's your own fault, you now understand why I was right, and now it's too late.