Definition

The Twat Echo Chamber is the dynamic whereby women communicate amongst themselves and reinforce all their worst tendencies as opposed to learning, improving, and adapting. While the application of a 'collective mind' is generally thought to improve the participants through idea sharing and thought collaboration, interfemale exchanges are dominated by shows of emotional support which often trample upon logic, preventing factual information from being shared and often reinforce a woman's false assumptions and shore up her sense of victimhood at the expense of truth, accountability, and learning from error.

Explanation

The Twat Echo Chamber can take the form of a group of women who are friends (and communicate amongst themselves), magazines like Cosmo (which are written and read by women), blogs like Jezebel, TV shows like Wendy Williams and generally the female subculture in which women share their ideas with one another, relate to each other, and provide emotional support.

The Chamber is often seen in a woman's friends encouraging her to ride the Cock Carousel instead of dating someone of her own SMV. One will often observe friend groups of women in which all of them are getting pumped and dumped left and right, and actively dissuading one another from playing Love Game instead of Slut Game. They will do this by telling their friends "they're too pretty to date [so and so]" and should instead "never settle".

The Twat Echo Chamber whether it's Wendy Williams or Cosmo - reinforces the worst of women's assumptions and ensures that young women exhaust the prime of their life without attracting a single male. Why? Women, by their fragile emotional nature, crave pretty lies and shun ugly truths (especially about themselves). In contrast, men often approach an ugly truth with caution, then wonder, then acceptance. You might say the Red Pill is one such example. It hurts, but we accept it; because evolution has taught us that the temporal pain of truth relieves us from far more pain down the road. We have learned through many ways, including sports, that we sweat in practice so we don't bleed in war. Women however exclusively prefer the feel-good world of illusion. Any TV talk show, or drama, or movie, or magazine that dares offer truths as opposed to validation will go bankrupt. The cowardice of hiding from the truth means that women will suffer years of emotional pain and many will suffer till the day they die, cowering from the truth but suffering from its consequences. As it is, claiming the truth isn't necessarily noble; it is a form of self-preservation -- and only men are inclined by nature to seek it out and follow it where ever it leads.

Because men are seeking truth in order to possibly correct their course of action, they seek out the advice-giver's qualifications before accepting advice. Because women are seeking emotional support above all else, they take advice from women with awful relationship histories with men, and hardly care -- often taking that person's advice literally. With women, you have the blind leading the blind. The angriest women are polluting the mindset of women who still have a chance with men.

Women often seek out men for advice, especially on issues which are fraught with emotions because she and her female friends are going in circles about it, unable to put aside their instinct to protect their emotions in favor of cold, hard reason which will lead them closest to the truth. Feminism has discouraged women from seeking out male advice, mistakenly telling women to "trust their own judgment". The consequences have been predictable and hilarious. A woman will never level with another woman and tell her what she needs to hear (ie: "You're a 5, not a 10. Act accordingly.") because it would be gauche in female culture and the woman speaking the truth would be ostracized. Instead the friend would say, "You can get any guy you want! You're a catch" to support the other woman. The recipient hears this 100x from other women and begins to believe, and off to ride the carousel she goes (though she rides the Carousel, in part due to the Twat Echo Chamber, she refuses to get off because of hypoagency).

Girls give each other advice in Cosmo, in real life, through shows like Sex & The City, and it's one massive clusterf*ck - their collective thought process is even worse than their individual thought process with one woman reinforcing the worst qualities of the other, legitimizing shallow rationalizations, and goading each other to chase "boys" with the wrong kind of qualities. The Twat Echo Chamber is like a retarded version of the Borg Hive Mind that just gets dumber by the hour.