Friendship with Women is Unnatural

 

 

Friendship with women is an abnormal phenomenon that is witnessed only in our modern, androgynous culture. It had been a completely foreign concept throughout our history and it was only in very recent times that it became normalized.

 

Children who have not yet reached puberty may be more open to playing with members of the opposite sex, but even they show a clear distinction between boy behavior and girl behavior and tend to associate with members of their own sex. (This is, of course, assuming that the parents of these children are not deranged and are trying to raise them ‘gender-neutral‘.)

 

With few exceptions, most children are crammed into educational systems that forces the two sexes to mingle with one another. The two different sexes are standardized (by gynocentric standards) and are taught to behave the same, starting the long-drawn process of systemic androgynization for the young and impressionable youth.

But when in human existence—besides our degenerate modern society—has the two sexes ever been socialized together with same and equal standards? In all cultures of past times, boys had always been raised to become men and girls had always been raised to become women. By violating the natural sexual development of both males and females, we emasculate men while women lose their femininity. The two sexes also ironically become antagonized. No one benefits from such arrangement besides the System.

In addition to the systemic androgynization, men today suffer from a critical lack of exclusive male groups. In the primal times, male groups were a necessity for hunting and warfare that ensured the survival of the tribe. Today, without such masculine order, men have no group to identify themselves with. Men become weak without a group that upholds their standard of masculinity.  The result of this social engineering is today’s emergence of ‘friendship’ between men and women.  This so-called ‘friendship’ is only possible when a woman feels that the man is sufficiently devoid of masculinity, and therefore devoid of sexual attraction towards her.

 

She wants him to be the harmless and sexless being that she can trust as her social utility. He is expected to provide her with all her social needs and validation that she craves. But should he cross the line and demand more than her friendship, she is more than willing to cut him loose. These men don’t realize just how quickly and easily a woman is willing to sever their ‘friendship’ without any remorse. So a game of charade is played where the woman pretends to value the man’s friendship while the man pretends that he is the one for her to rely on—while secretly hoping that she would eventually fall for him. Men and women just can’t be friends because men will always have a hidden desire for their ‘friend’.

And even if it were possible, even if there was no secret want of love or sex, why would any self-respecting man desire to have female friends? Do they not know how unreliable and fickle women are? Do they not understand the true nature of women? I myself have fallen for women’s kindness, caring, and empathy to a point where I thought they were truly my friends. It was a huge mistake on my part. I forgot that they are only kind, caring, and empathetic when they choose to and when it is convenient for them. I forgot that they sometimes fake such affects to maintain their facade. But most of all, I forgot that they have no pity what-so-ever for weak men. I was a fool.

Men must polarize their relationship with the two sexes. Other men must be sought for friendship that is secured through honour and loyalty while association with women should be limited for sexual and romantic relationships. It is a grave error to mix up the two. I understand that it is not easy to find reliable men to be friends with and it is also difficult to form relationship with women whom you are not acquainted with first, but that is the lot us men have been given and what we must deal with.

Corey Savage

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