I left this comment over at Rollo’s, but thought I’d ask for people’s thoughts here. I’ve asked a couple people individually through email, texts, or phone conversations, but I really want to open this up to those that read the blog. I’ve stated a large portion of my thoughts at this post, but this has been something I’ve continued to consider and think about as I move forward with my classical reading, trains of though, and increasing masculinity
Did you find the term “Feminine Imperative” useful to you at any point in your time spent on the Sphere?
Do you find the term useful in your own thought processes to this date?
If yes, are you able to explain how it has allowed you to consider concepts more in depth than when you were first starting to use it?
If no, is it that it was never useful to you as a term or did it simply get you to a certain point where you were then able to search for different methods of thought and communication?
Does the term keep you locked in to a specific method or train of thought?
Is the Feminine Imperative a term that relies solely on an instinctual, emotional response in order to make sense?
If it does not rely on instinctual or emotional responses, how do you explain it’s varying use through out the sphere by different individuals, or even different writers?
If it does rely on instinctual or emotional responses, does it necessarily make the term a feminine reaction; thus useless, bothersome, or misleading for masculine trains of thought seeking solid truth, evidence, proof, and rational ways of thinking/explaining the world we see to fellow men?
Would you use the term to explain the concepts it encompasses to non-red pill people you know?
If so, how?
If not, why continue using it?
Thanks for any feedback or answers
I am simply trying to get a feel for how people use and react to the term and the way it has almost developed a rift between those that use it and those that don’t. I know I personally feel like bashing my head against a wall every time I read it. The term seems to inspire people to talk like broken records on repeat; nothing new to say while they throw things at the wall to see if anything sticks.
If for some reason you don’t feel like commenting, or have questions for me about my thoughts on the term, feel free to email me at email@example.com or call me if you’re one of the men here that have my number.