Continue reading “(3 min video) Christian the Lion – The Full Story — that he was now the head of his own pride, and as such, was completely wild and would not remember them. Undaunted, they went anyway”
Significant insight into how she was filtering out much of what men said based on some personal, hurtful experiences from a few.
“We have to stop expecting to be offended, and instead, we have to truly, openly and sincerely listening. That will lead to a greater understanding of ourselves and others, to having compassion for one another, working together towards solutions, because we are all in this together. And once we do that we can finally heal from the inside out. But it has to start with listening.”
– Cassie Jaye – ‘Red Pill’ filmmaker
Transcribed by Jeff Fenske
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Cassie Jaye: Why I Stopped Being a Feminist
In 2016 Cassie Jayes made a documentary called “The Red Pill” where she explores mens rights issues and the movement behind it, which is absolutely worth seeing: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3686998/
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This channel aims at extracting central points of presentations into short clips. The topics cover the problems of leftist ideology and the consequences for society. The aim is to move free speech advocates forward and fight against the culture of SJWs.
Po: Grasshopper, do you find mystery in the fire?
KCC: My thoughts are of a girl I saw in the marketplace. She as very pretty. She sought my friendship. And then when she had it, she did not want it. Master, why can the female not be direct and open as the man can?
Po: Is it not better that the female act as a female?
KCC: She seeks only to confuse. The truth is not within her.
Po: Perhaps you only fail to perceive it.
KCC: I do not know that I wish to perceive it
Po: (Pointing to a coal fire) What is it that makes the heat? The coal or the flame?
KCC: The coal. The heat is within the coal.
Po: What if the coal is not touched be the flame?
KCC: The heat is not felt.
Po: Are not male and female, coal and flame? If the coal does not seek to know the flame, can either fulfill their destiny?
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Kung Fu: Master Po Helps Caine Understand Women
All of my Kung Fu – No Hate ’70s Series posts at my personal blog
Interesting article, and very interesting subject; though, I can’t agree with it all. I’m going to get a little spiritual here.
The most important aspect regarding this subject may be marrying the right person. A prophet once told me: “if a man marries a strong-willed woman, the man must be stronger willed.” I see this as incredibly wise.
I really do like what Suzanne says here.
“In essence, being feminine means being nice. It means being soft instead of hard. And by “nice,” I don’t mean you should become a mouse. (That’s the narrative the culture sells, but that doesn’t make it true.) Men love women who are fun and feisty and who know their own mind!”
Women who lose their femininity and become hard is tragic. They cut their hair short, and watch out! To see women who are still feminine is so wonderful to see — who refuse to let hating-others demons affect them!
Even most pastors no longer talk about demons, but they’re a huge factor! Unforgiveness and hate is rampant. Because people have smart phones doesn’t mean people no longer have demons: Can a Christian Have a Demon? Absolutely! Most Have Many!
From: The Telegraph
Men and women have distinct personalities
Men and women really do have fundamentally different characteristics, according to a study which has confirmed many longheld gender sterotypes.
05 Jan 2012
A new analysis of a survey of 10,000 people found that each sex has firmly entrenched characteristics, with women showing more sensitivity, warmth and apprehension than men.
In contrast, emotional stability, dominance, rule-consciousness and vigilance are more typically male characteristics, experts said. …
But the new analysis published in the Public Library of Science One journal revealed that each sex shares a distinct set of characteristics, with just 18 per cent of men having a typically “female” set of traits or vice versa.
Past studies have shown that men and women average similar scores on the 16PF5 – a well-known and frequently used measure of personality. …
The study showed that because men scored higher in some areas and women in others the differences between the sexes cancelled each other out when viewed as a simple average, but made for a significant gulf when added together. …
The study could explain why certain professions, such as engineering, are dominated by a particular sex in spite of efforts by governments to promote equality, Dr Paul Irwing, of Manchester Business School, who co-authored the paper, said. …
Dr Marco Del Giudice, who led the study, said: … “The idea that there are only minor differences between the personality profiles of males and females should be rejected as based on inadequate methodology.”
(video) Study: MALE & FEMALE BRAINS WIRED OPPOSITELY, explaining Why Sexes Excel at Different Tasks — MEN have high FRONT-BACK conductivity; WOMEN have high LEFT-RIGHT conductivity • Men CONCENTRATE on SINGLE TASKS better; WOMEN MULTITASK better
Scientists: WOMEN better at MULTI-TASKING, MEN better at CONCENTRATING on SINGLE Complex TASKS; Women have better connections between the LEFT & RIGHT sides of the brain • Men have better connections between the FRONT & BACK — ‘COMPLEMENTARY’ PROVEN!
Adrian Rogers on MEN and WOMEN: Celebrate the Difference — “God made us different that He might make us ONE.” It’s time to stop trying to be the be the same or resenting each other because of our differences
(video) David Pawson: “Leadership is Male” (in the home and in the church) — “The demand for IDENTITY between the sexes has caused so many problems. … I’ve found that every woman, deep down in their heart, want to see their men-folk taking responsible leadership”
Satanists used “sexual liberation,” to undermine humanity: “we corrupt in order to conquer” — For a woman, sex is an act of self-sacrifice and surrender. By definition, it requires trust, i.e. love and devotion to one man. When she has casual sex, inevitably she is disappointed and feels used. She starts to hate men and falls victim to feminism and lesbianism
Differences in Physical Ability in Men & Women — Measurable sex differences in strength, speed, resilience and endurance as well as in motor control, precision and complexity can largely explain male dominance in occupational settings which rely on these traits
The Purpose of Feminism articles at ToBeFree (10 posts per page, latest appear first)
“This is the first study, to the best of my knowledge, which actually takes into account structural differences.”
“We found that the men had front-back conductivity, but they were on both sides of the brain. … And women had higher left-right conductivity on average.”
“Women also showed that many of their networks were engaged together, in terms of they participated in various networks of the brain at the same time. Men participated intensely within a single network. So if multitasking verses doing one single concentrated task better.”
– Ragina Verma, senior author of the study Continue reading “(video) Study: MALE & FEMALE BRAINS WIRED OPPOSITELY, explaining Why Sexes Excel at Different Tasks — MEN have high FRONT-BACK conductivity; WOMEN have high LEFT-RIGHT conductivity • Men CONCENTRATE on SINGLE TASKS better; WOMEN MULTITASK better”
Men and women are complementary, not the same, as we’re supposed to believe. We’re created differently to excel in our different giftings.
“Diffuse means to pour in every direction. As a man, you are what we call ‘single focused.’ … You pay attention to one result at a time, ‘single focus.’ We have ‘diffuse awareness.’Most men will interpret that: ‘oh, so you pay attention to three or four things at a time.’ No. ‘Oh, you focus on two or three things at a time.’ No, it means we don’t focus. [laughter]
We don’t focus. It doesn’t mean we can’t focus. Because we can, for short periods of time. And it’s like: do you know how much energy it takes to get the shuttle free from the force of gravity. All the fuel is burned up getting it free…. That’s what it takes for us to focus.
I’ll sit down to write something which requires focus, and….”
– Alison Armstrong
Transcribed by Jeff Fenske, a focuser
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