Living Beyond Gynocentrism – Is Gynocentrism Biological?
The idea of “Living Beyond Gynocentrism” as introduced in our book, “Beyond Gynocentrism: How to Succeed in a Gynocentric Civilization,” can mistakenly be seen as a specific destination that will only be reached after the creation of a post-gynocentric society, but the idea of “Living Beyond Gynocentrism” is not a specific type of future utopia for guys. Living Beyond Gynocentrism is not a destination, it is a journey that never ends. The journey never ends because human malevolence will always be with us, and the malevolent side of female human nature manifests itself in the real world in a way that is different from the way that the malevolent side of male human nature operates in society.
Right now, mankind lives under a predatory Gynocentric Division of Labor that has resulted in millions of needless male deaths and an unknown amount of needless male suffering since prehistoric times. Only-guys-die battlefields are examples of our Gynocentric Division of Labor. The social intelligence of Predatory Gynocentrism has created a gynocentric social hierarchy where Female Sovereign Power rules over safety and security in times of danger, sexual selection, family social structures, workplace relationships, reproductive rights, government, and more. Living Beyond Gynocentrism is a continuous journey away from the malevolence of Predatory Gynocentrism. The road away from our gynocentric social hierarchy keeps Predatory Gynocentrism in the rearview mirror where it belongs so that guys can continue to follow their Male Adventurous Spirit on their lifelong journey. Predatory Gynocentrism will always be in the rearview mirror when you travel away from a gynocentric lifestyle because the malevolent side of female human nature will never go away.
How do you keep Predatory Gynocentrism in the rearview mirror as you follow your “Male Adventurous Spirit?” As described in our book, “Beyond Gynocentrism: How to Succeed in a Gynocentric Civilization,” you can achieve being a safe distance from Predatory Gynocentrism by developing a Male Social Technology that includes developing and using Male Sovereign Self-Defense Principles, Interface strategies and tactics, and other methods. Living Beyond Gynocentrism begins with your first red-pill, psychological step forward towards recovering your individual male sovereignty.
Is Gynocentrism Biological? Can you spot the faulty line of reasoning in the first video below? There is legitimate biological gynocentrism such as during the postpartum period where the needs of the mother and newborn child are important for their survival, so biological gynocentrism is programmed into the survival adaptation options of the human species. One of the reasons that the human race survived was the legitimate emotional and physical gynocentrism that mothers received during a socially-recognized postpartum period in hunter-gatherer and other social groups in prehistoric times. Both mother and newborn child in prehistoric times had a higher probability of survival because of the primeval gynocentrism. The direction of all social behavior biologically originates in the minds of individuals who need to interact with one another, and postpartum gynocentrism is socially recognized on a cognitive level because of our biological programming.
Predatory Gynocentrism is also part of the bad side of female human nature. It is part of female biological programming that can dominant the thinking of some women who could be characterized as women exhibiting “bad behavior” towards men, and it can also be controlled by other women who could be characterized as females exhibiting “good behavior” towards guys because such women do not engage in malicious Predatory Gynocentrism. The ancient “good-bad” or “good-and-evil” model is useful for simple explanations to avoid lengthy analytical descriptions of good or bad female behavior towards men. Everyone has a basic notion of what is “good behavior” and what is “bad behavior.”
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