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  •  A doctrine enabling weak men to have sex on demand (2+ / 0-)
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    whaddaya, Larin

    with women they "bond" in holy matrimony of some description where they and their community dictate the terms... And it particularly benefits many men in these communities because they are too selfish and socially incompetent to easily get and keep a sex partner otherwise... not far removed from many cultures with arranged marriages... where 3rd rate sons from wealthier or higher status families who on their own would have poor prospects of winning the affection of an "Alpha" female...  have a much better chance of landing a captive adolescent girl with little education to be their breeding, cooking and entertainment servant... In the US the females are just a bit older and literate... but carefully groomed to buy the formula.

    And one of the key commonalities is raising girls to believe that they must conform to this formula of early brainwashing then marriage to only pre-approved mates, denied adequate education or the power to choose outside of the narrowly defined criterion because god says so...  It is only a matter of degree... but the structure and limitations are quite similar.

    Pogo & Murphy's Law, every time. Also "Trust but verify" - St. Ronnie (hah...)

    by IreGyre on Fri Feb 10, 2012 at 02:55:56 AM PST

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