- Apr 1, 2020
- 2d 23h 45m
Everywhere and at all times, we find these eccentric creatures, ridiculous in their sex and unbearable for ours: they are several species. In some, this masculine chic is the effect of temperament and great bodily vigor: they are called virago. These are the least to fear; they do not proselytize, and it is enough to criticize (from) other women to bring them back to order. In others, the tendency towards emancipation comes either out of the spirit or the profession they exercise, or, finally, debauchery. These are the worst: there is no package to which emancipation cannot take them. At certain times, the spirit of the sect is involved; the failure of public customs complicates evil: men's cowardice becomes an aid to women's audacity; and we see these theories of postage and promiscuity, whose last word is PORNOCRACY. Then the society ended.
As polite as a woman is, you will soon see that she barely knows and that her chatter is more unbearable than the chatter of ignorance.
Against emancipated women:
You displease us thus; we find you ugly, stupid and poisonous: what do you have to say to that? Who do you care to please? to the witches' goat, to Belphégor, to your Kings-Charles?… Do so; and when decency returns to the males, they will drown you with your lovers in a pond.
To this do you reply that we also displease you? Either: then it's war. Question of strength.
What a strange pretension for these creatures to want us to love them, when we do not find them lovable!
Let us treat them as Vestals, when we know just the opposite!
Christianity has canonized three or four gallant women: Madeleine, Thaïs, Afra, - but after their penance; note that. Today we would like to make them praise unrepentant!
A woman can no longer have children when her mind, her imagination and her heart are concerned with politics, society and literature.
They are no longer sufficient for their task, and they tell us about being judges, doctors, apothecaries, prefects prefects; what do i know? gendarmes too, and dragons!
With the nature of man and woman, marriage follows: beyond that, pornocracy.
The reason for the monogamy is this:
1 ° Equality of number of the sexes: however, the males, equal between them, have the right to each one.
2 ° Reason for non-aerobatics: the dignity of man, and his individuality. Ultimately, society is for man as much a means as an end.
Marriage is a natural constitution, indicated in the physical and in the moral, by the diverse aptitudes of the two sexes, quickly grasped by the conscience of the peoples, at the origin of the nations; but then obscured by prejudice and passion, and today almost misunderstood. "
We have come to regard it as the root cause of all social difficulties.
Great deal to restore its true meaning, and then to restore it.
Beyond that, social death.
Marriage, the natural and formative organ of justice, is the basis of society: it produces freedom and the Republic.
Pornocracy, its antagonism, is the last word in all usurpation and tyranny.
A man before the age of twenty-six and a woman before the age of twenty-one cannot enter into marriage.
There are different reasons for this:
Public economy reasons;
Motives for home economics and education of children;
Grounds for the duration and inviolability of the marital union.
The error on the person, the family, the quality, the morality, the fortune, the health; all deception, in a word, is void.
At least three months of engagement.
Refusal to consummate the marriage is also a cause of nullity, and moreover liable to a fine.
A man of straw is worth a woman of gold
Beware of a bad woman, and put no trust in a good one.
A chicken is not a bird; a woman is not a human being
When a woman has scholarly inclinations, there is usually something wrong with her organs
A little powder and paint makes a woman something she ain't
There are no good girls gone wrong, only bad girls found out
A little bit of rape is good for a man's soul
Man comes from the womb and spends the rest of his life trying to get back in there
A woman mostly will prefer the thing that is the worst for her
A man's face is his autobiography, a woman's face is her work of fiction - Oscar wilde
Nature has given women so much power that the law has wisely given them little - Samuel Johnson
I trust only one thing in a woman: that she will not come to life again after she is dead. In all other things I distrust her
Bachelors know more about women than married men; if they didn’t they’d be married too
Three-tenths of a woman’s good looks are due to nature, seven-tenths to dress
Beauty without chastity is a flower without fragrance
Love is the delusion that one woman differs from another
A man who has never made a woman angry is a failure in life
Woman begins by resisting a man's advances and ends by blocking his retreat
Women would rather be right than reasonable
The woman cries before the wedding and the man after
Women’s virtue is man’s greatest invention
When I have one foot in the grave, I will tell the whole truth about women. I shall tell it, jump into my coffin, pull the lid over me and say, “Do what you like now.”
1874-1936 G.K Chesterton
"It [feminism] is mixed up with a muddled idea that women are free when they serve their employers but slaves when they help their husbands."
"Ten thousand English women marched through the streets shouting, 'We will not be dictated to,' and went off and became stenographers."
"You go to women? do not forget the whip" Nietzsche1,000–600 BC: The Bible (Old Testament)
551–479 BC: Confucius
470–399 BC: Socrates
446–386 BC: Aristophanes
423–348 BC: Plato
384–322 BC: Aristotle
Circa 200 BC: Bhagavad Gita
43 BC–18 AD: Ovid
Circa 80 AD: The Bible (New Testament)
349–407: St John Chrysostom
1225–1274: Thomas Aquinas
1483–1546: Martin Luther
1509–1564: John Calvin
1613–1680: François de La Rochefoucauld
1724–1804: Immanuel Kant
1769–1821: Napoleon Bonaparte
1788–1860: Arthur Schopenhauer
1813–1855: Søren Kierkegaard
1819–1901: Queen Victoria
1839–1925: Nakahara Nantenbō (Tōjū)
1844–1900: Friedrich Nietzsche
1849–1912: August Strindberg
1856-1939: Sigmund Freud
1856–1950: George Bernard Shaw
1874-1936 G.K Chesterton
1875–1961: Carl Gustav Jung
1880–1903: Otto Weininger
1880–1956: H. L. Mencken
1935–: Esther Vilar
1947–: Camille Paglia
It's incredible how all these great men could reach at the same conclusion in different time periods...
who am I say something against them?
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