Before breaking the time barrier and becoming intelligent, all women got the services of the alpha male who fought for that right. Sexually. the females were all fulfilled while most of the males were frustrated. But after we left the world of natural selection, women experienced a total reversal of fortune. That’s when the males found ways of outwitting the alpha male and started forcing themselves on the physically weaker females. To make matters worse, males were now not only aware that sex meant pleasure, but they also wanted as many healthy male offspring as possible in order to help them hunt and fight rivals. Moreover, as the genetic pool deteriorated, the males became more selective, preferring females endowed with good childbearing attributes, that is, young with big bosom and generous hips. The day we broke the time barrier some three million years ago was not a good day for the females.

Women never had a chance to fight back until the great wonderful world of credit got rolling in the early part of the 20th century. That’s when they started moving to the cities and working in factories and offices. They earned pitiful wages, often pinched by their fathers, but they still managed to put the odd nickel away in order to buy silk stockings or a coveted tube of lipstick. They felt that if they painted up to look young and beautiful like the kept women depicted in paintings hanging on museum walls, or the public sexy women in Hollywood, they would have a better chance of getting an alpha male like they were genetically programmed to have. In spite of the fact they were using a vulgar, unnatural and hopeless approach, there was hardly a female who didn’t adopt the badge of femininity.

The badge of femininity consists of wearing lipstick and mascara, showing cleavage and enhancing the buttocks with the help of high heels. It is perceived as a badge of independence and freedom, and being monkeys, all girls, young and old, want one. Today, when a woman walks into her workplace without her badge, she is often challenged by the other females and accused of being slovenly. It’s a form of competition. If the women with less sex appeal force the pretty foxy ones to paint up like they themselves do, the physical differences between them will be less noticeable. But it gets worse. Males also get involved in this competition because they too are stupid monkeys. Men despise makeup for the most part, but if females make a point of wearing the badge of femininity, they want the one who has the most attractive one. Her badge becomes his badge. Makeup is ludicrous to the point where women don’t want to be seen not wearing any by their mates when they go to bed at night, and make sure they have it on before their mates see them in the morning. The bottom line is, who, at the personal level, be they husbands or children, can feel fuzzy-wuzzy towards a woman wearing a mask, and at the workplace level, take a made-up clown or a bimbo seriously. Women must reclaim their natural look, walk with their head held high, and find a real mate who loves them for who and what they are.

Women want parity, and it’s totally warranted, but how can it be achieved? Let’s say an employer wants to hire an accountant. The first candidate is a female wearing the badge of femininity, the second is a male wearing tight pants and displaying a hairy chest, and the third one is a nondescript male wearing a suit. Assuming they are all equally qualified, the first one will be hired if the employer wants to decorate the office, the second will be hired if he happens to like pretty boys, but the third will be hired strictly because he’s an accountant. To be sure, there are situations where men and women are not meant to compete, but in our world of robotics and AI, women definitely can compete in most areas without having to look like a clown or playing the role of a bimbo.

Many would dearly like to help women achieve parity and have them take their rightful place, for it would make for a better world. Needless to say, if we lived in a matriarchate like elephants do, or returned to the world of our wild cousins, the problem wouldn’t exist. But that’s not the case, and the problem at hand is to find a way to reverse the perceived need to wear the badge of femininity. Maybe doing things like legislating against beauty contests for little girls would be a start. Who remembers JonBenet Ramsey, the six-year-old pageant winner who was found strangled in the basement of her house. What about the ‘glitz pageants’ where prepubescent bodies wear hair extensions, heavy makeup, press-on nails, and high heeled shoes. The enhancements are not only encouraged, they are necessary to win. Judges will even deduct points for contestants who don’t wear teeth covers that hide their jack-o-lantern smiles. Many good Christian women don’t see anything wrong turning their 6-year-old daughter into a sex object. If the ordinary mother remains undecided, she should ask herself why she doesn’t allow her 10-year-old daughter to wear make-up. If she answers honestly, she’ll know why all females shouldn’t wear the badge of femininity.

Nonetheless, there is hope in that a growing number of women who have reached their rightful place in the scientific, academic, and medical fields, refuse to wear the badge of femininity. It seems that education is the key to the true emancipation of women. We can never go back to the world of natural selection; therefore, women have to learn to fight on a level playing field, and they can’t do that unless they discard their badge of femininity.

Since women are the main victims of the ongoing twisted sexual revolution, they are more apt to want to initiate change, and if change is to occur, educating young girls is the best way to get started. If girls are made fully aware that we are no longer part of the world of natural selection, if they understand their ANS, and if they know how we got to this great wonderful world of credit, they’ll naturally want to take advantage of it by establishing lasting relationships based on genuine human values, and the boys will have no choice but to follow.


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