Remember, folks: whenever a woman says "die for me because you are a man," just look her in the eye and say "my body, my choice."
Been taking the "red pill" over the holiday. Can't say I agree with everything but a lot of truth here and other men's sites. It makes you kind of depressed at the state of the affairs. A society can exist fine if all women stayed at home. It would collapse if all men stayed at home. Failing to educated our boys will lead to societies failure. Men are civilisations builders. This whole myth about "educate women and lift society", because they spend their wealth on family blah blah blah. As though somehow men bring it down and nothing but selfish creatures. Its a total lie. Men are the ones that lift society. Highly educated women tend to be either be single or more likely to divorce. They are also unlikely to practice extreme hypogamy as they are predominantly hypergamous. You won't see many University females marry a high school drop out, but men have no issue if they perceive the girl as sensible and good. Not nice but good, "nice" is used on people who are doormats. Marrying up is still the fastest way to lift someone up (financial at least). I know people don't like to hear that but it's the truth. This is not an attack on females and I am pro-education for both, but just calling it how I see it. And when I say education I mean critical thinking and not dogma. George Orwell's two min's hate is nothing compared to three year university courses under the guise of women studies. This may sound slightly conspiracy theorist, but I have seen third world education backed by "West" and the "UN". They are in my view intentionally spending more focus on girls in third world countries to cause disunity and resentment between the genders. And "Western" backed universities are nothing but brainwash centres for women. They talk like feminist. I do believe women tend to be more accommodating to external forces whether good or bad.Thank you for the site
Thank you for stopping by. If you're new to Red Pill thinking, be aware - you're going to go through a period of intense anger and possibly despair. Don't deny those emotions, but I don't recommend feeding them - because what they ultimately eat is your soul.
I know. I try not to. --------------------One evening an old Cherokee told his grandson about a battle that goes on inside people. He said, "My son, the battle is between 2 "wolves" inside us all.One is Evil. It is anger, envy, jealousy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies, false pride, superiority, and ego.The other is Good. It is joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion, and faith."The grandson thought about it for a minute and then asked his grandfather: "Which wolf wins?"The old Cherokee simply replied, "The one you feed."----------The bad wolf kinda of represents feminism. Fear, rage, self-victomhood instead of self-pity, resentment, inferiority, lies, false pride, superiority, and ego. It hits it on the spot.
Google "Grants for women's rights."Google "Grants for men's rights."I found and endless supply of foundations and grants for women,including a free get out of debt program.For the men,just one or two for black men,and those had to be handled by feminist organizations.
I did find something pretty funny also,the one organization granted several thousand dollars to an all female dance troupe to perform "The dance of the ungrateful women."ROFL
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Well, I don't know what all you can find online, but I can tell you from personal experience that it's been very difficult for The Hurricane to be a mathematician. It's still a "man's field." Math is her passion and she's had to work harder than any of the men in order to succeed. In elementary school she was the only girl in the advanced math group. The boys would work together and get done very quickly while she was still solving problems. I mentioned it to the teacher and she said, Well, some students just work faster than others.Yeah, students who work together instead of doing the work on their own like they were supposed to. But it's okay. By the time the kids got to algebra, those boys were struggling to get a C and The Hurricane remained an A student. She learned how to work hard and has multiple degrees in math. No matter how men put her down she rises above it. But I don't want to make it sound as if all men have been unkind to her and discouraging. Her adviser in college was a man. He encouraged her to apply to Berkeley for the Ph.D. program in math when everyone else was telling her she didn't have a chance. Well, she got in and she's there and in a couple more years she'll be Dr. Hurricane.Love,Janie
People telling her she didn't have a chance, had no clue how desperate the top programs are to recruit qualified females. If she had the ability, she was a shoe in. Which is wonderful, unless she took the place opening from a better qualified male. Sounds to me though, like she has the brains and the discipline to not need affirmative action. Good on her!I stand in awe of any woman who can do male-centric work in a male-centric field, without having been given a boost or a crutch.I don't have that kind of talent or discipline, but I know what it's like to be "different" from the girls because my brain has traits common to men, and far less common to women.
Gotta say, I was raised by a woman who worked in a man's world, I work in a man's world and I've raised a daughter who works in a man's world. Each generation has gotten a bit better.
Some of this may change based on search terms. I ran searches for "encouraging boys in the classroom" and "encouraging girls in the classroom" and got 11,100,000 vs. 4,560,000 respectively. "Encouraging boys to stay in school" has an estimate of about 13,600,000 results vs. "Encouraging girls to stay in school" with about 2,680,000. This is not to say that there are no disparities, but rather the number of page results isn't good evidence for those differences. I didn't look closely at the content of those results, but a quick glance reflected an emphasis on math and science for girls, and an emphasis on literacy and writing for boys. Another thing to consider is how many of those results refer to international issues where is a much larger gap in education than in the US.
Yep. A lot of the are duplicates too. Google Scholar looks like a better bet for substance. I'm also looking for studies on the results of long term programs and changes in teaching methods.
I hate Google.
You might try "Her College Experience is not His" by Linda Sax: http://www.butler.edu/media/425253/sax-her_college_experience.pdf Sax mostly recounts some findings about male and female college students and lists questions for further study; it could be a decent starting place if you're interested in university level information.
Thanks! Yes, college level discrimination is on my list as well...