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Literally—without women, the human race would cease to exist. That many of them are shirking their God-given gift to do so—and a disturbing chunk of those want the Molochian freedom to slaughter their own children—does not bode well for the future of humanity, at least not in the West.
Modern women have bought into a narrative that the path to true fulfilment lies in eschewing marriage and motherhood in favor of a career in graphic design. Rather than tending to their man and their children, they’ve been duped into thinking it is somehow better to keep some strange man’s calendar, or to dedicate their most (re)productive years to maintaining the social media accounts for some megacorporation.
Of course, men—who perhaps shortsightedly permitted such rights to be extended to the fairer sex—bear all the blame for when things go awry. There are “no good men” left, meaning something equivalent to “there are no men earning six-figure salaries who are willing to wife me up after spending my twenties riding the carousel of one-night stands and non-committal flings.” Some men take advantage of this sexually-liberated situation to bed unsuspecting floozies, but many of those same women believe they’re “living their best life” by engaging in multiple sexual liaisons with strange, predatory men.
But expecting women to recognize their folly and to restore themselves and our culture is unreasonable. As Jack Nicholson’s character said in 1997’s As Good as It Gets, when asked how he writes women so well: “I think of a man, and I take away reason and accountability.”
In that same film, however, the same character tells former babe Helen Hunt “You make me want to be a better man.” Do modern day floozies still inspire that drive to improve, to build, to conquer? Forget Helen Hunt; are there are any Helens of Troy out there?