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    Re: Briffault’s Law

    Quote Originally Posted by Bam View Post
    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.

    Same here. I don't feel embarrassment or shame whenever I do whatever I want. "Because of rules". Those people are goody two shoes. They have a concept of shame. I don't. And I'm not even a chad.

    Many times my mother asked me why I don't feel shame. Shame? Well, It didn't register with me, because I didn't care.

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    Re: Briffault’s Law

    Quote Originally Posted by UnKnownSurviving View Post
    They have a concept of shame. I don't. And I'm not even a chad.
    Not sure if you have to be a "chad" or not to feel shame. It's just something that naturally went away after adolescence for me.

    Maybe adults who never grow up continue to feel shame? That would actually explain why women feel a lot of shame and also a lot of todays soyboys.

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    Re: Briffault’s Law

    Quote Originally Posted by Bam View Post
    This is only true in a gynocentric society full of weak 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.
    I believe the Romans viewed a strong sex drive as part of the virtue of virility (interestingly, along with endurance to discomfort), but saw wanton overindulgence as the undesireable extreme. Young Men who frequented brothels too often or had too many mistresses or a mistress they spent too much times with were spoken to or cut off from funds/sent away by the Family Patriarch. Older Men who overindulged were the subject of ridicule. It was believed that too much sexual indulgence sapped the strength/endurance of a man and caused him to neglect his duties. What many call "Victorian Ideas" are actually from the Victorian's idealization of Rome and Roman Values.

    Funnily, the Wiki page on Virility contains information about male Sperm, part of the latest project by Post Modernists to try to conflate the very slow and gradual loss of viable sperm in men generally with the sharp drop of female fertility.

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    Re: Briffault’s Law

    Quote Originally Posted by Montauk View Post
    I believe the Romans viewed a strong sex drive as part of the virtue of virility (interestingly, along with endurance to discomfort), but saw wanton overindulgence as the undesireable extreme. Young Men who frequented brothels too often or had too many mistresses or a mistress they spent too much times with were spoken to or cut off from funds/sent away by the Family Patriarch. Older Men who overindulged were the subject of ridicule. It was believed that too much sexual indulgence sapped the strength/endurance of a man and caused him to neglect his duties. What many call "Victorian Ideas" are actually from the Victorian's idealization of Rome and Roman Values.

    Funnily, the Wiki page on Virility contains information about male Sperm, part of the latest project by Post Modernists to try to conflate the very slow and gradual loss of viable sperm in men generally with the sharp drop of female fertility.
    Virility is good, having a high sex drive is natural and fine.

    The key is controlling it and not letting it be the focus of your life.


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