What is going on in North America and Western Europe has little to do with anything remotely akin topublicduende wrote:I wouldn't put the terminal decline of society, or at least of healthy balance between sexes, down to men's pussification, but to women's progressively gaining with more opportunity and power, let alone the smorgasbord of political and social backing. Mostly at the men's expenses.OutWest wrote:The epidemic is one of millions of pathetic little whiny he-bitches. Men are no longer men, they are "guys",
or little "manlets". Churches of course have become little more than enforcers for the pu$$y cartel.
It's really messed up and indicative of a culture in terminal decline.
Ironic how some of the social models where the skew is heaviest towards men, like Latin America, the Philippines, China etc. still sport numerous female power brokers at every echelon of politics, industry, and obviously media. Ok, Cristina Kirchner and Gloria Macapagal both came from presidential families, but what about Dilma Rousseff (Brasil) and Michelle Bachelet (Chile)?
The reality is, it's not all black and white and, at least outside the festering Anglosphere, there is a third way where women can feel like having real opportunities without having to espouse some extreme barking fringe of feminism, or lose their femininity at all.
"a healthy balance between the sexes." Making men weak does not create strong women. Strong men foster strong
daughters. Weak men, well, its what you are getting now. Note, I did not say that the pussification of men was the cause of societal decline- I refer to it as an indicator. It is a symptom of cultural and moral destruction.
What is being destroyed in men will not remotely be created in women.