For a long time now, a man’s place in society has had no direct bearing on his social dominance – a wall street investor is no more likely to command interpersonal power or charisma than a gas station attendant. But women are more likely to read social dominance than abstract status, and the female mind is far more likely to reject this cognitive dissonance. They are programmed to separate the wheat from the chaff. It is their biological imperative to sort the alphas from the betas.
They will accept the high status/low dominance paradox as long as they rely on it, but it is not in their nature. As men have ceased to be their meal tickets, they have progressively rejected unequal power relations with those who are not socially dominant while maintaining them with those who are. Its often been pointed out that gender relations are fundamentally different in environments of abundance and scarcity, and this is why — because women will only accept unequal power relations with non-dominant men when it is absolutely necessary.
1. Feminism’s descent into illogical shaming does not represent a tipping point, because it was never a logical argument in the first place — feminism sprang from the female mind’s emotional rejection of social stratification based on rational organization.
2. For this reason, feminism itself is not a wholesale condemnation of men — it is only the rejection of a social order in which betas can be in positions of relative power.
Men have an egalitarian social impulse that women do not have, and the manosphere is based on the idea that this new beta disenfranchisement is a grievous injustice perpetrated against honest and hardworking men. Unfortunately for the manosphere, this injustice is unavoidable. Fortunately for men, whether or not you will fall into the category of the disenfranchised is now a choice that you can make for yourself. In the future, game will not be an option — it will be a necessity, because only men with female social consciousness will be allowed success. A mass movement against feminism is a total impossibility, but you can still learn to inoculate yourself against it personally.
Originally posted as a comment on Roosh’s article about the feminist movement’s descent into unreason.