It’s an old meme based on a comedy sketch that gave me my introduction to this question. But it raises a perfectly serious, important point. Namely, it gets right to the heart of why the supposed ideal of “equality” is nothing but a misdirection and a myth. If men and women are equal, then how come women have never successfully oppressed an entire gender? (more…)
Tag: sex differences
It has baffled me for a long time why scientists, among all people, are among the most fervent proponents of egalitarianism and race denialism. This phenomenon is more salient in the humanities and social sciences, on which many would have a second thought before qualifying them as “science.” (more…)
English original here
Cet essai est extrait du livre de Michael Polignano, Taking Our Own Side [Prendre parti pour notre propre camp], disponible en version reliée, en version brochée, et en PDF à télécharger ici.
21 octobre 2003
Il y a quelques jours, j’ai eu une discussion mouvementée sur les différences sexuelles avec une amie à moi qui se proclame féministe. (more…)
Übersetzt von Deep Roots.
Vorwort von Greg Johnson:
Dieser Essay ist aus Michael Polignanos Buch Taking Our Own Side das hier in gebundener Ausgabe, als Paperback und PDF erhältlich ist.
21. Oktober 2003
Vor ein paar Tagen hatte ich mit einer Freundin von mir, die sich als Feministin bezeichnet, eine hitzige Diskussion über Geschlechterunterschiede. (more…)
The following is from Anthony M. Ludovici, Confessions of an Anti-Feminist: The Autobiography of Anthony M. Ludovici, ed. John V. Day, ch. 3, “My Education, Part.” Unless otherwise indicated, all notes are by Ludovici. John V. Day’s notes are marked JVD, and additional notes are marked GJ. The book remains unpublished, but we hope to raise funds to finally bring it into print later this year.
Benoist on Feminism, IQ, & the Wealth of Nations
Interview on the Human Sciences, Part 4
Part 4 of 4
Translated by Greg Johnson
Specialists in evolutionary psychology claim that there are important differences between the sexes, and that these were acquired during the evolution of the species. To what does the New Right appeal to support its “differentialist feminism”?
I am all right. I tell myself this at the grocery store when, in the midst of an apparent manic episode I begin chatting inanely with the mixed-race store clerk in the designer frames. He is cordial, but it is clear that he thinks I am not quite right. But I am.
Sometimes I blurt things out on the subway. I might be having an imaginary argument with a co-worker, or with Barack Obama, or with someone I’ve just dreamed up. “Pigs!” I mutter. (more…)
Part 6 of 6. For the whole series, click here.
Now, some might respond to Lawrence’s description of marriage by asking, understandably, “Where is love in all of this? What has become of love between man and wife?” Yet Lawrence speaks again and again, especially in Women in Love, of love between man and wife as a means to wholeness, as a way to transcend the false, ego-centered self. In a 1914 letter he tells a male correspondent: (more…)
Part 4 of 6. For the whole series, click here.
3. The Nature of Woman
In Fantasia of the Unconscious Lawrence writes, “Women will never understand the depth of the spirit of purpose in man, his deeper spirit. And man will never understand the sacredness of feeling to woman. Each will play at the other’s game, but they will remain apart.” (more…)
Part 3 of 6. For the whole series, click here.
2. The Nature of Man
As we have seen, Lawrence believes that men (most men) need to have a woman in their lives. Their relationship to a woman serves to ground their lives, and to provide the man not only with a respite from the woes of the world, but with energy and inspiration. (more…)
Part 2 of 6. For the whole series, click here.
In a 1923 newspaper interview Lawrence is quoted as saying “If men were left to themselves, they would rush off . . . into destruction. But women keep life back at its own center. They pull the men back. Women have enormous passive strength, the strength of inertia.” Here Lawrence uses an image he was very fond of: women are at the center, the hub. This is because they are closer to “the source” than men are.
French translation here
White Nationalist groups are almost exclusively men’s clubs, and most of the men are bachelors who complain that they cannot find suitable women. Furthermore, those men who are married frequently complain that their wives are indifferent or even hostile to their views about race.
Men, it seems, are far more willing to espouse politically incorrect views about race than women. (more…)