After I posted the comment above, I thought of something:
beings who desire to twist and pervert everything.
This actually goes a long way toward explaining why leftists have a negative reaction toward TRP. The core ideas in TRP are naturalistic. It is natural for men to be dominant, and natural for women to be submissive.
And what the left has been doing for decades is twisting and perverting that. They claim that men and women are actually the same, and that it's only culture which tells us we're different ...and our culture is oppressive.
That narrative - the feminist narrative - which eschews "gender roles" and tells women to cast off their natural femininity - that narrative has made women intensely unhappy.
In a very real sense, leftists have perverted natural, normal human sexuality. And then TRP comes along and suggests that returning to what is natural is an acceptable path - well, they recoil like demons before a crucifix.
I don't believe they're literal demons but I have lots of examples of them expressing a crazy, irrational hatred for what I'd call, "the natural order." Pic-related was banned from twitter.Read More
what the fuck is up with casting fetal alcohol syndrome?
Leftists have a fetish for the grotesque. Check out the work of Roger Scruton for a description of the phenomenon. He's done lectures/interviews and also a documentary.
Scruton doesn't use the word "leftist;" he leaves politics out of it, but he points to the problem, and it is leftists. It absolutely is. I'll go a step further than him and speculate that this tendency is where our cultural concept of demons comes from - from beings who desire to twist and pervert everything. It's not even destruction. It's somehow worse than that. It's evil.
You may object here and point out that these same leftists used to have beautiful women in their movies - sex symbols. But if you think about it, what they were really pushing was perversion of sex. They just packaged it in beautiful bodies. We're past that now. Now the bodies are grotesque too.Read More
My thought is: she doesn't have a man in her life that she values. If there was a man who (a) she wanted to impress and (b) he pulled away from her when she screamed at him with that shrill voice, then she might find herself seeking ways to be more feminine.
@sigdeff > making people laugh is something that makes me extremely happy
I know that feel. For me, it's focused on individual girls though. I like flirting and I don't get hung up on whether I can convert it into sex. I try, of course, but rejection doesn't bother me so much because it makes me feel good just to make women laugh.
@sigdeff well said. People not getting sex assume sex will make them happy just like people without money assume money will make them happy.
And I don't criticize the guy you're responding to. I understand why he'd identify this area of his life (I don't have a girl) and want to fix it ("TRP, tell me how to get pussy") and I hope he can meet that goal. But actual happiness is a deeper problem that is worth considering on its own, apart from sex, or money for that matter.
Find a purpose! That's the path to happiness.