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    Briffault’s Law

    Briffault's law maintains that “the female, not the male, determines all the conditions of the animal family. Where the female can derive no benefit from association with the male, no such association takes place.” Today we would say “relationship” rather than “association.”

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    Re: Briffault’s Law

    See also in Best of MGTOW:

    https://www.goingyourownway.com/mgto...aults-law-126/

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    It runs contrary to what any man would want in a relationship: A loyal companion. It's been the hardest law for me to accept. For years I've been shocked by how incredibly disloyal women are capable of being. During World War II, Frenchwomen even slept with their arch enemy Nazi invaders. Frenchmen were appalled. However, those Nazi SS officers brought those women immediate benefit. There is a happy ending, however. Allied forces liberated France, and the the Free French, who had been engaging in guerrilla warfare against the Nazis for years, punished the traitor women. They were rounded up and stripped to their underwear in public (or sometimes to nudity) and then they were beaten and had their heads shaved. Then the FF would draw a big, black swastika on each woman's face and then paraded her through town to the jeering and contempt of the crowds.

    They were banging the Nazi enemy and helping them get information. Man, did these women ever deserve what they got.

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    Re: Briffault’s Law

    Quote Originally Posted by Stretch View Post
    It runs contrary to what any man would want in a relationship: A loyal companion. It's been the hardest law for me to accept. For years I've been shocked by how incredibly disloyal women are capable of being. During World War II, Frenchwomen even slept with their arch enemy Nazi invaders. Frenchmen were appalled. However, those Nazi SS officers brought those women immediate benefit. There is a happy ending, however. Allied forces liberated France, and the the Free French, who had been engaging in guerrilla warfare against the Nazis for years, punished the traitor women. They were rounded up and stripped to their underwear in public (or sometimes to nudity) and then they were beaten and had their heads shaved. Then the FF would draw a big, black swastika on each woman's face and then paraded her through town to the jeering and contempt of the crowds.

    They were banging the Nazi enemy and helping them get information. Man, did these women ever deserve what they got.
    It shows just how far they are from independent thought and the ability to process things past tomorrow, or even today! Empowering that is what brought us the bat shit crazy nut cluster world we see today! Cause and effect....
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    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    It shows just how far they are from independent thought and the ability to process things past tomorrow, or even today! Empowering that is what brought us the bat shit crazy nut cluster world we see today! Cause and effect....
    Yeah, and there are web sites about the Free French incident which totally sympathize with the traitor women and make the FF out to be the bad guys. IMO, the FF were lenient with them because they didn't shoot or hang them. I've seen feminists write "she just fell in love." It's appalling. These women were traitors to the country, sleeping with fucking NAZIS, helping them to occupy their country. It makes me wonder what American women would have done if the Soviets had successfully invaded and occupied the USA. Would American women have had the nerve to fuck Soviet occupiers, provide with them with aid and comfort, provide information, helping our enemies? Then if American soldiers complained, they would brand them as misogynists.

    When they're the ones sleeping with the enemy!

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    Re: Briffault’s Law

    Quote Originally Posted by TigPlaze View Post
    There is a happy ending, however. Allied forces liberated France, and the the Free French, who had been engaging in guerrilla warfare against the Nazis for years, punished the traitor women. They were rounded up and stripped to their underwear in public (or sometimes to nudity) and then they were beaten and had their heads shaved. Then the FF would draw a big, black swastika on each woman's face and then paraded her through town to the jeering and contempt of the crowds.
    Happy ending?

    So the punishment for treason is getting your head shaved and some shit drawn on your face?

    Men get shot for treason.

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    Re: Briffault’s Law

    Quote Originally Posted by Bam View Post
    Happy ending?

    So the punishment for treason is getting your head shaved and some shit drawn on your face?

    Men get shot for treason.
    But which is worse, the instantaeous bullet in the head and it's over, or being forced to live on with the shame?

    We all know how women love being worshipped, take that away from them, make them seen by everyone as less than nothing and this must be like a living hell for them.

    But I agree, at least they are still living!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post
    But which is worse, the instantaeous bullet in the head and it's over, or being forced to live on with the shame?

    We all know how women love being worshipped, take that away from them, make them seen by everyone as less than nothing and this must be like a living hell for them.

    But I agree, at least they are still living!
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    Re: Briffault’s Law

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post
    But which is worse, the instantaeous bullet in the head and it's over, or being forced to live on with the shame?
    I personally have no concept of “shame”. So if I could choose between getting my head shaven or being executed … those two things are not even in the same universe.

    I believe that the concept of “shame” is a purely feminine thing. It’s a symptom of a feminine social order that men run around today feeling ashamed. So maybe you are right and for women and todays pussified men feeling shame is worse than death.

    The same goes for Briffault’s law. The whole concept is some stuff a guy named Briffault observed. But this observation is only valid in a gynocentric social order. In a patriarchal order the man dictates when a relationship takes place. It’s by no means a law of nature, just a symptom of the current state of affairs.

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    Re: Briffault’s Law

    Quote Originally Posted by Bam View Post
    I believe that the concept of “shame” is a purely feminine thing. It’s a symptom of a feminine social order that men run around today feeling ashamed. So maybe you are right and for women and todays pussified men feeling shame is worse than death.
    Erm, yeah for the most part, but haven’t you ever felt embarrassed? Is this not the same as feeling ashamed? The difference between guys and girls is that men put this behind them and only bring it up as a source of banter (for the most part).

    Women will bring it up time and again as a way to put you down – to put you in your place, as it were. They do this because they feel this is important and so, to them, it is. Ignominy is what they fear most of all – their social standing destroyed.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bam View Post
    The same goes for Briffault’s law. The whole concept is some stuff a guy named Briffault observed. But this observation is only valid in a gynocentric social order. In a patriarchal order the man dictates when a relationship takes place. It’s by no means a law of nature, just a symptom of the current state of affairs.
    You’re right. Briffault’s Law holds true exactly BECAUSE we’re living in a gynocentric social order. I think that’s the point! Even in a supposed patriarchal order, unless it’s despotic, then it probably holds true even then.

    Women will flirt (in some form) with those that they wish. Men love to have their egos stroked in this way. So even in a moderately patriarchal society it is still the women that choose.

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    Re: Briffault’s Law

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post
    Erm, yeah for the most part, but haven’t you ever felt embarrassed? Is this not the same as feeling ashamed?
    I faintly remember this feeling from adolescence, when I was growing up being insecure. I guess that’s what shame/embarrassment was.

    I am a grown man now. I never feel embarrassment or shame.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post
    Women will bring it up time and again as a way to put you down – to put you in your place, as it were.
    I’ve read about it on this forum and I guess you mean what the guys here call “being shamed”. I am not familiar with this, since I never have these feelings. I literally have no concept of it.

    Genuine question: What would be the point of feeling embarrassment or shame?
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    Re: Briffault’s Law

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post
    Women will flirt (in some form) with those that they wish. Men love to have their egos stroked in this way. So even in a moderately patriarchal society it is still the women that choose.
    In a patriarchal society males would learn from a young age to be masters of their mind and emotions.
    They wouldn’t be so easily flattered by females flirting with them. Also, in a proper society females are not allowed to just flirt and they better cover up. Just take a look at the muslim world.

    Briffault’s law only applies in a rampant gynocentric society because all men are such weak-minded, weak-willed bitches that they have no control over their emotions, their thoughts and their reproductive impulses.

    To pick up on your earlier point you made: When I read a man here telling how he was “shamed”, it makes me cringe, because it tells me that this man has been beaten into submission to such a degree that he has lost total control over his consciousness. He is giving others power over him. It is truly terrifying that men are pussified to such a degree these days.

    Mankind is literally at a point were men can’t even imagine having control over their impulses anymore.
    That’s the kind of pussies they’ve become.

    Females have the same reproductive impulses as men, but they learn from a young age to control these impulses and use the lack of control on the man’s part to exert power over him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bam View Post
    Happy ending?

    So the punishment for treason is getting your head shaved and some shit drawn on your face?

    Men get shot for treason.
    I'll take it. Usually women get rewarded for their crimes against men. At least these women got the punishment they deserved which was total public humiliation and complete loss of any social status. Compare this to America's wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Many women cheated on their deployed soldier husbands. Then when their men got home, these traitor women gained wealth off of the spoils of no-fault divorce. If they could have gotten the same treatment that traitor Frenchwomen got, that would have been perfect.

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    Re: Briffault’s Law

    Quote Originally Posted by Bam View Post
    I faintly remember this feeling from adolescence, when I was growing up being insecure. I guess that’s what shame/embarrassment was.

    I am a grown man now. I never feel embarrassment or shame.

    I’ve read about it on this forum and I guess you mean what the guys here call “being shamed”. I am not familiar with this, since I never have these feelings. I literally have no concept of it.
    I feel we are getting into crossed purposes, but let’s continue for now. I’m not talking about being shamed by others, I agree with you here – fuck ‘em.

    You say you never feel embarrassment? So, do I take from this that you never make a mistake? Isn’t it reasonable to feel embarrassed, and therefore some shame, when this happens?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bam View Post
    Genuine question: What would be the point of feeling embarrassment or shame?
    That would be the self-acknowledgement of your mistake. The realisation that you have erred combined with the motivation not to make the same mistake again.

    There’s nothing wrong with feeling embarrassed as long as you put that feeling to good use. Refusing to acknowledge it however is fraught with the danger of repeating the situation to your own detriment.

    Learning from the mistakes of others is great, but refusal to accept your own mistakes is a recipe for disaster.

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    Re: Briffault’s Law

    Quote Originally Posted by Bam View Post
    In a patriarchal society males would learn from a young age to be masters of their mind and emotions.
    They wouldn’t be so easily flattered by females flirting with them. Also, in a proper society females are not allowed to just flirt and they better cover up. Just take a look at the muslim world.
    Nice thought, but I doubt its validity.

    Men, especially young men, are drawn to females that they deem attractive. This is nature and although men may be taught to act with indifference their true emotions will out in the end.

    As for controlling the behaviour of women, they will adapt. Force them to cover up and they will use their eyes and body movements. They will always find a way to communicate their interest.

    There is little that strokes a man’s ego more than the attention of a woman he deems attractive. Sad, but true.

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    Re: Briffault’s Law

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post
    There is little that strokes a man’s ego more than the attention of a woman he deems attractive. Sad, but true.
    This is only true in a gynocentric society full of weak men.

    Females fuck all the time, they are hypersexual, they are just more selective who they fuck because they know that they can use the carrot of sex as a tool to manipulate weak men. If men would simply turn the tables and be more selective where they stick their wieners then females would not have this power. Ester Vila describes this beautifully in her book “The Manipulated Man”. I can also tell you that I have turned the tables on females that way, but we live in a world full of weak-minded, weak-willed men.

    It is NOT a young man’s nature to have an uncontrollable sex drive. This is one of the biggest blue pills they have everybody swallow. But I can see that you can’t even imagine any civilization where this is not the case, because all you know is gynocentrism on steroids.

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    Re: Briffault’s Law

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post
    I feel we are getting into crossed purposes, but let’s continue for now. I’m not talking about being shamed by others, I agree with you here – fuck ‘em.

    You say you never feel embarrassment? So, do I take from this that you never make a mistake? Isn’t it reasonable to feel embarrassed, and therefore some shame, when this happens?



    That would be the self-acknowledgement of your mistake. The realisation that you have erred combined with the motivation not to make the same mistake again.

    There’s nothing wrong with feeling embarrassed as long as you put that feeling to good use. Refusing to acknowledge it however is fraught with the danger of repeating the situation to your own detriment.

    Learning from the mistakes of others is great, but refusal to accept your own mistakes is a recipe for disaster.
    Of course I make mistakes, but I don’t have any special feeling associated with it.
    And why would the females who get their head shaven feel the same feeling as somebody who makes a mistake? I don’t understand this.

    As I wrote, I literally don’t feel shame / embarrassment. Ever.

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    Re: Briffault’s Law

    It's a true law. Just look at your own life. Any time a woman was around it was for HER OWN BENEFIT. You were doing something for her. Once she got her way or monkey branched on to someone or something better then she vanished like a fart in the wind. You wouldn't hear from her again until she needed an emotional tampon or need you to give or do something.

    I have no use for women. What about sex? I don't need the drama. I can take care of myself in the shower and then go on about my day.
    Stay away from women. They will only break your heart.

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    Re: Briffault’s Law

    Quote Originally Posted by MGTOWFOREVER View Post
    It's a true law. Just look at your own life. Any time a woman was around it was for HER OWN BENEFIT. You were doing something for her.
    You are assuming that your experiences are universal.

    Whenever I am with females they do things for me. Why else would I want them around?

    And throughout my life it was almost always I who broke things off and cut contact. And I don’t really remember ever being an “emotional tampon”. I keep on reading that term around the manosphere but I don’t have much of a concept of it. Very, very rarely have I sat down and listened to some bitch blabbering on about her emotions. Why would I do that? And this certainly never, ever happened with any ex of mine.

    I remember only a total of 3 girlfriends that ended their relationship with me. One begged me later to take her back and the other two taught me important lessons about life. They made me a better man, I am glad I met them and they never came back to ask me to do anything for them. Never.

    It sounds to me like you think everybody experiences life exactly like you.

    Bottom line is that you have your anecdotal experiences and I have mine. None of this equates to some sort of “law”.
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    Re: Briffault’s Law

    Quote Originally Posted by Bam View Post
    I personally have no concept of “shame”. So if I could choose between getting my head shaven or being executed … those two things are not even in the same universe.

    I believe that the concept of “shame” is a purely feminine thing. It’s a symptom of a feminine social order that men run around today feeling ashamed. So maybe you are right and for women and todays pussified men feeling shame is worse than death.

    The same goes for Briffault’s law. The whole concept is some stuff a guy named Briffault observed. But this observation is only valid in a gynocentric social order. In a patriarchal order the man dictates when a relationship takes place. It’s by no means a law of nature, just a symptom of the current state of affairs.
    I heard about that one guy compiled a history of French women in WORLD WAR II when NAZI invaded France and French women slept with German Nazi officers and betrayed all their French men.

    "Shame"??!! Women don't have a concept of shame. These French women didn't have shame when they all slept with German Nazi officers and even have babies with them!

    Who the fuck thinks that the concept of punishment of "shaming" works on French whore women?? Or all women of races??

    I actually agree with BAM. Men gets shot for treasons. Men don't get light sentences. So these French whores should have gotten the death penalty, SHOT TO THE HEAD. This death penalty would be a better show of punishment. Because "shaming" is just child's play.

    For sleeping with the evil men.


    Men need to be harsher with women, and they give them accountability and give them equal death like men gets for treasons.


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