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The “Indian Personality” and Indian Society in a Nutshell

LH: Interesting post. I’ve recently noticed some things that have painted Indians in a bad light for me. (Of course, at this point I’m not sophisticated enough to differentiate between different groups/castes, so I don’t know to which subset this applies.)

Is pettiness, jealousy and envy, mixed with frankly bad judgment a common set of traits? I’ve seen this in more than one person and was wondering whether I was seeing a pattern based on a too-small sample.

RL: LOL! This is an essential aspect of the Indian character! Not sure about the bad judgement part, but the other three, of course. That is the “Indian personality.”

dumbo: I think that’s true. They act catty like the ugly friend does when you talk to the pretty one – except all the time. All they do is cock-block each other in everything and act petty and jealous – crabs in a bucket. If you try to treat one like a normal person with trust and respect, they think there must be something wrong with you. It’s repeated prisoners’ dilemma with low trust – everyone gets zapped every time.

Hence the shitting on the streets and corruption. And all the tall claims about how Indians figured out everything thousands of years ago. They don’t expect anyone to believe them, much less take them seriously- the purpose of talking is to bullshit, not to communicate a point or have a proper discussion.

Dumbo’s comment is perfect. That’s why I love this site. Only eight sentences and the last seven of them are perfect. Read each sentence carefully and try to picture what’s going on. Also try to piece it together into a coherent whole and you will see how most of these things sort of latch onto and tie into each other in a common syndrome.

I never cared anything about Indian people until I started meeting some on the Web. I talked to them for a while, and after a bit, I became appalled at these amoral scoundrels. And soon I realized that about everyone over there was a scoundrel. Being a scoundrel is normal in India. That’s actually how you are supposed to be. I tried to talk to some of them about this and I ran into a brick wall.

One guy was cooking up endless schemes to get money. None of them were well thought out and some were rather scammy. Also in the US we don’t really like people who every time you talk to them are always talking about some money making scheme they are trying to get you in on. It’s considered sleazy to be like that all the time, at least in my White middle class upbringing crowd.

Indians go on and on about how it’s racism that people don’t like them. We don’t get a damn about how you look. If someone has a crap personality and you dislike them, are you an evil bigot? Of course not. Well, when an entire nation has an appalling personality and you dislike the people who come there because they all seem to have this same crap personality, how is that racism? Were they born being lousy people? Do Indians have a Crappy People gene? Well of course not.

If they’d get rid of their crap personality, we’d like them just fine. As it is, I don’t really want anymore of these lousy people in my country. We already have enough narcissistic sociopaths running about. Hell, our own president is one and his followers love the fact that he is a sick as a death ward malignant narcissist. They think being a malignant narcissist is good. Trumpsters would be right at home in India. Is the Trumpster personality like the Indian personality or is it different. Would Indians be offensive to Trumpsters in their personalities?

The weird thing about Indians is that they act dumbfounded if you are appalled at their awful personalities and worldviews. To them this disgusting way of thinking is completely normal. They can’t understand why everyone isn’t a selfish fuck only out for himself like they are. “You mean there are people who actually try to be good? That’s so weird?” the Indian says, baffled.

Americans regard their own people who have typical Indian personality as pretty much lousy people. People who act that way are targets of a lot of negative comments about how disgusting they are. Sure, a lot of society like capitalist fanboys think this is just groovy and everyone should be a greedy little shit like them. But a lot of us still cringe at the used car salesman mindset and personality. Get out of here!

This racist accusation is getting abused. If you don’t like some ethnic group because their culture is crap, that’s not racism. The early Soviets and Maoists attacked the cultures of a lot of ethnic groups in their countries, calling them backwards and barbaric. Were they racists for saying that? I am tired of this word racist being used by barbarians, backwards, uncivilized people towards those who criticize their primitive behavior. The word racist was not meant to be an umbrella protecting all reactionary peoples and cultures from criticism. Death to the Cultural Left! They’re the ones promoting this insane definition of racism.

India is where the Human Soul goes to die. India is like a place where everything good about the human soul has died or been cruelly murdered and all that’s left is the lousy, mercenary parts of being human. It’s a testament to our remaining humanity that Americans still say two thumbs down on this stuff.

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Alt Left: Identity Politics: The Politics for Those Who Will Always Be Six Years Old

You guys wonder why I hate Identity Politics so much? It’s because it’s all exactly like this. Take out women and plug in all sorts of other things:

Blacks (one of the worst practitioners of this bullshit of all):

Does that statement make Blacks look good? Yes ————————————————–> Statement is true.

Does that statement make Blacks look anything less than stellar? Yes ———————> Statement is false.

I would add that almost all Blacks subscribe to this “moral philosophy.”

Gays

Does that statement make gays look good? Yes ——————————> Statement is true.

Does that statement make gays look anything less than stellar? Yes ———————> Statement is false.

Transsexuals:

Does that statement make transsexuals look good? Yes —————————————————-> Statement is true.

Does that statement make transsexuals look anything less than stellar? Yes ———————> Statement is false.

Men (MRA’s):

Does that statement make men look good? Yes —————————————————-> Statement is true.

Does that statement make men look anything less than stellar? Yes ———————> Statement is false.

Whites (White nationalists)

Does that statement make Whites look good? Yes —————————————————–> Statement is true.

Does that statement make Whites look anything less than stellar? Yes ———————> Statement is false.

Jews (They started this whole mess).

Does that statement make women look good? Yes —————————————————-> Statement is true.

Does that statement make women look anything less than stellar? Yes ———————> Statement is false.

All nationalists ever anywhere:

Does that statement make my nation look good? Yes ——————————————————–> Statement is true.

Does that statement make my nation look anything less than stellar? Yes ———————> Statement is false.

My position is that all IP is simply various forms of egotism blown up to encompass a larger group. It’s still all about me me me me me, but now it is about “Me as part of a larger group of people like me” instead of “me as a unique individual.”

So what all forms of idiot IP boil down to is

Me:

Does that statement make me look good? Yes —————————————————-> Statement is true.

Does that statement make me look anything less than stellar? Yes ———————> Statement is false.

If you hung around humans long enough, you should have figured out that the primary purpose of the ego, in addition to mediating conflicts between the Id and the Superego, is to do exactly the thing outlined above – to preserve ego strength by saying that all criticism of the self is lies and all praise of the self is fact. The ego is a normal part of human psychology, but humans are supposed to get beyond the shallow egotism of childhood in order to take more responsibility for the self, become more secure, tone down the egotism, become more humble, and if possible, admit to some faults and try to change them. People who can’t do that pretty much stay six years old forever. We call them a lot of things, but one thing we call some of them is narcissists.

Look how retarded IP is! Why would anyone in the right mind sign up for any sort of bullshit IP “politics for six year olds?” Why? Because you never grew up? Because you love being paranoid? Because you love being a victim? Because you love being locked in eternal warfare with a dubious enemy Other? Because you love being pissed off and miserable your whole life? And most importantly because you reject logic, reason, and sense in favor or petty irrational emotionalism?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Mother Nature Bats Last, Again

Mother Nature is embedded in your gender in a way it is not embedded in your race.

And no matter how hard you try to run away from Mother Nature, it seems she always catches up to you in the end. At some point you might as well quit running and just accept Natural Law and your role in it.

If you are a man, Natural Law says you act like a man, so just accept it and do it. Quit fighting it. I have met a lot of straight men who were not very masculine, but most had this masculine personality deep inside of them, and when they got around me, I could see a lot of it come out because despite those who say it’s not true, I am a pretty masculine guy in a way. At least these fairly unmasculine friends of mine thought of me as “macho.”

When they got around me, they imitated me and got into this masculine role. I could see the light in them go off as they got in touch with their deeply recessed masculinity. I think most straight men want to feel this way, and they feel a lot better when they start acting more masculine.

I have known some very wimpy men who were very miserable as wimpy unmasculine man. I later saw them become more masculine, and they sure seemed a lot happier. Masculinity in men and femininity in women seem to both hit that “sweet spot” in a way that few other things do. There is a real sense of contentment and being in one’s true place when one accesses their true gender roles.

Notice how gay (feminine) men and lesbian (masculine) women are not very happy? I thought about this for a long time, and I believe it is because they are violating Natural Law. Things that violate Nature are allowed to exist but often do not function very well because they are outside of their natural role.

Kids are raised best with a mother and father, and it’s best if they stay together. Children of divorce, single mothers, and now gay and lesbian couples are much less healthy than those raised in traditional families. The only reason I can think for this is because they are violating Nature in some way. If you violate Nature, you usually survive, but Nature enforces its law by making you less happy and/or less functional.

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What Is Like To Talk with Someone with an IQ of ~90?

Answered on Quora:

Tell you what. Go to a town where many Hispanic or Latino Americans live. Walk around a bit and talk to some people. Your average US Hispanic has an IQ of 90. So your average person in that town will have about a 90 IQ, and after you talk to a few of them, you should get a feel for how someone at that IQ score thinks.

You can also go find a bunch of White high school dropouts. They also have 89 IQ’s, right around the same. That would be a lot harder to do though.

I don’t want to use Hispanics as an example, but since they have an average IQ of 90, once you have talked to hundreds of them, you get a feel for what people at that IQ level are like.

I hate to say, but the difference between 100 IQ people and 90 IQ is quite noticeable, even dramatic.

My experience is with people who seem to have 90 IQ’s, both Whites and Hispanics. Their ignorance was shocking. They had never heard of labor unions, the Latin language, or artificial respiration.

One told me that Mixteco, an family of Indian languages in Mexico with ~40 different languages in it is a dialect of Spanish! Of course it isn’t. It’s an Amerindian language, as far from Spanish as Chinese. When someone is that preposterously and idiotically wrong, I don’t even argue with them. I just nod my head.

One told me Salinas is right next to San Diego, and he laughed at me when I insisted it wasn’t. On the contrary, they are 400 miles apart. This guy grew up in Salinas, and he had no idea where it was on a map within hundreds of miles!

Starting to get the idea?

They simply have no use for what a lot of us would call book knowledge. They exist at a much simpler level, and I imagine they are probably happier than we brooding brainiacs are.

However, they are certainly intelligent enough to do their jobs as restaurant clerks or servers, supermarket cashiers, secretaries and whatnot. They do very well at those jobs. They’re in their element.
Also their ignorance is not dangerous the way the ignorance of others is. As you move up on the IQ scale towards 100 or 110, you start finding people who are horribly ignorant, can’t think properly, but are just smart enough to get the complete wrong answer and end up reading you the wrong way, interpreting innocent remarks as bizarre, insane, incomprehensible, or dangerous.

In other words, they are too stupid to get the right answer (which is fine) but they are just smart enough to completely misread you and get the absolute wrong answer.

Some are too suspicious due to ignorance, but they are pretty easily ignored. Simply don’t ever speak to them or deal with them at all.
On the other hand, the 90 IQ person just listens to you and either understands you or doesn’t. If you are incomprehensible, they just give you a blank look or ask what you are talking about. They aren’t smart enough to read you the wrong way and get the wrong answer, because they are not coming up with any answer!

90 IQ people are pleasant enough. Most are rather simple people who do not have strong emotions. They breeze through life don’t want to cause a lot of worries, fights or problems. They take life as it is without challenging it, seeing through it, or feeling angry or frustrated with it.
They live for simple good times, conversation about basic life issues and especially people, have some understanding of psychology, and like to gossip. Some of the older ones have some understanding of business, law, taxation, duties as a citizen, how to negotiate around government and insurance bureaucracies, and even medicine, believe it or not.

They don’t expect much out of life, but they don’t cause many problems either because a lot of problems are caused by people thinking too hard and getting the wrong answer.

90 IQ people don’t ever think too hard, so they end up being rather pleasant, happy and enjoyable people.

They like jokes, sex, and food. They love to joke and laugh. There are some who work at stores around here who I joke with, tease, and laugh with all the time. We make fun of each other in the simple, friendly, and non-offensive way of close friends.

I don’t want to have a brain like that, but in a way, I envy them. It must be so much easier to breeze through life. Maybe the less you think, the happier you are.

So there is your 90 IQ person, a mixture of good and bad. The ignorance is not good from my POV. It won’t fly with me, but these people are almost four SD’s below me. I won’t have close friendships with them, but casual acquaintanceship is pleasant enough if you keep the discussion to the basic commonalities of human existence that we all share.

On the other hand, their ignorance could be seen as outset by their many positive qualities in their simple, easy-going, laughing, joking, non-serious, fun-oriented attitude towards life.

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Can Your IQ Increase During Adolescence?

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Yes, oddly enough, IQ does move around somewhat, including gains or losses of up to 10–15 points, during adolescence. It is not quite known why IQ can move around a bit in adolescence, but in that stage of life, you can move around in a lot of ways. Your personality is not fully formed yet, so we cannot diagnose personality disorders in adolescence.

In addition, you can intervene with some dangerous adolescents, and if you work hard enough, you can make some good progress with them. I recall a young man who seemed to be headed for a career as a rapist, but they grabbed him as a teenager and threw him into intensive therapy. He’s now 40–50, and he hasn’t raped anyone yet. Some adolescents may be on track to seriously assault, attempt to kill or kill other people. I believe that if grab them early enough as teenagers and work hard on them, we can at least get to where they don’t kill anyone during their lifetimes. I have had some good success with people like this myself.

In adulthood, your IQ gets a lot more stuck and it’s hard to raise it. Long ago when I was in high school, a friend told me that a psychologist told him that you could raise your IQ ~15 points even in adulthood if you really put a Herculean effort into it, but it’s so hard to do, that most don’t do it.

He also said that you hit a ceiling at 15 IQ points gain, and you can’t gain any more than that. I think you might be able to lose ~15 IQ points if you sit on your butt, never think or open a book, or stay stoned or drunk a lot. But you will probably hit a floor where you can’t drop it anymore no matter how much of a slacker you are.

Large IQ declines are sometimes seen in illnesses, particularly illnesses of the brain. There is a woman on Quora who documented I believe a 57 point drop in IQ due to her Multiple Sclerosis. She was at Genius IQ before and she fell down to Low Normal. Other MS sufferers also complain of IQ drops. MS is a disease of the brain, so it makes sense.

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Is It Rude If You Don’t Keep Your Eye Contact when People Talk to You?

Answered on Quora.

You are not supposed to yell at someone over things like that, but then I am an introvert and I hardly yell at anyone over anything, even when I probably ought to.

On the other hand, an extrovert may well yell at you for something like that because, well, that’s just the way they ride. This is one of things that makes it hard for us introverts to get along with extroverts.

They’re always raising their voices, getting angry, sort of yelling, and blowing up a little bit. Then later on they act like nothing happened. I guess they do this as a matter of course with everyone they know. To us that seems mean and it also seems like there is something wrong with them, like they can’t control themselves very well.

Now we introverts, wow. I mean someone yells at us for no good reason? To us that means the whole relationship is over. We can go years without even raising our voices at a good friend or lover. We think if you ever raise your voice at someone, you better have a damn good reason.

Avoiding eye contact is a serious social violation, but some very shy people just do it that way. It tends to shut down most conversations on its own though. If I am talking to someone and they are avoiding eye contact with me, that conversation is going to be over pretty soon. I must say that if you go about avoiding eye contact with others regularly when you talk to them, you are committing social suicide.

To me, it’s rude to order someone to look me in the eyes. I would never say that. But then I am very reticent about confronting or engaging people in all sorts of adversarial ways. I am just not an aggressive person. Anyway, I have been told a lot that I don’t look people in the eye when I talk to them. Not so much anymore, more when I was young. I always thought I was looking them in the eye, but I guess I wasn’t, or maybe not enough!

I can be very soft-spoken myself, and people do ask me to repeat things fairly often. I would probably talk louder in that class. If someone was speaking so softly that I could not hear them, I would tell them to please speak up. But I would say it very nicely.

Often if you are in a quiet place, the other person will just start speaking softly too, and then you have two soft-spoken people conversing in a quiet environment. To us introverts, that’s a gloriously intimate event, one of life’s most special pleasures. There’s something very special about two friends speaking in very soft tones to each other in a quiet environment. It’s just you and then, alone together against the world. It’s beautiful, really, or at least to an introvert.

And if you are with a woman, and she starts speaking quietly along with you in a quiet place, that often means she’s up for something intimate and sexually oriented, so that’s another plus. By lowering her voice like that, she is lowering her guard and opening up her door or gate for you, so to speak. She’s also descending to a very intimate place with you. It would be unusual for her to do that with only platonic overtones.

Things are getting sexy, man! Bust a move, brothers! Go for it!

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Something Wrong with my About Page?

I think a lot of my haters people simply hate me for being me. An example is my About page. For some reason, almost everyone on the Net hates that page. I think one person on the whole Net, a guy on American Renaissance, actually figured out what I was trying to say on that page.

I’ve reread it 5,000 times to try to figure out what’s wrong with it, but I’m stumped. It’s actually rather clever, and I think it’s pretty funny too. Sure, it uses some big words, but if you can’t handle obscure vocabulary and lexical gymnastics, you’re reading the wrong damn site.

http://www.retard.net is that-a-way. You know, the site most people hang out on?

Almost always when someone posts that About page, the reaction is, “Wow, that guys really insane/crazy/lunatic/mentally ill/weird/freaky/bizarre/incomprehensible.” The About page is apparently evidence of insanity. As someone who works in mental health, you would think I know a thing or two about that. I’ve read that page over and over looking for sins of mental disorder or dysfunction, and for the life of me, I can’t see any signs of psychosis or  any mental illness on Axis 1 or 2 on that page.

The latest is that the About page is very weird, disturbing, and creepy, and it makes people very uncomfortable. Why? What’s so weird about it? How is it disturbing? Where’s the creepiness? Why in God’s name would a page like that make you creeped out or uncomfortable? I don’t get it.

Guess what? That About page is me. It’s really, really, really, really me. If you hate my About page, you simply hate me because that page is me at my absolute essential self, my being, my soul, my Dasein. You don’t hate me for one sentence I said or the way I walk or how I looked at that waitress or the strange expression in my eyes or some funny mannerism I just made. You don’t hate me for some minor situational behavior. It’s much worse. If you hate the About page, you hate me at my very core essential self. In other words, you’re an enemy. When someone hates you for being you, hates your true, pure, real, authentic self, they’re gone. There’s no bringing them back, and nothing you do can change them because you can’t stop being you.

More importantly, if someone hates you at your deepest inner self, your very Being, why on Earth would you want to change yourself to please this person?

You know what? What you see is what you get. You either like me or you don’t. You either love me or hate me. Take your pick. And if you hate me for simply being me, if you hate me at my very essence of selfhood, I have only one thing to say to you:

FUCK YOU.

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Types of Haters: Situational Haters

In some cases, your behavior will be such that you are turning off large numbers of people most places you go. I have gone through some phases like this. Honestly, I was suffering from an anxiety disorder at the time, but boy did it make people hate me. If lots and lots of people are hating you everywhere you go, you should be able to piece together some sort of a reason.

For one reason, when that many people start hating you, a lot of your haters are going to be basically good, decent people who you have driven off for some reason. Good people like this don’t like to hate people, so if you turn them off, they will often tell you why. The problem is that they almost never come right out and say it. They will tell you what you are doing wrong, how you are turning them off, but they will only say so by hinting around in very roundabout ways.

If you are good at reading minds, you might also be able to figure it out. If you have good self-awareness, you can monitor your own thoughts, feelings, and behaviors and note when you set people off.

This is harder to do with your thoughts, but I have gotten to where I can literally tell that I am turning people off with my thoughts. Then you can figure out exactly which thought patterns it is that ” make people mad. “I upset people when I have X particular thoughts” or “I upset people when I start thinking in X particular manner.”

If you monitor your feelings, you can do the same thing. “I notice when I feel X way, people don’t like it.”

Behaviors are much easier, but you have to figure out exactly which of your behaviors turned someone off, and it’s often not so simple. Someone might be mad at you for something you did six hours ago, or even yesterday.

In order to do this, you need to have excellent consciousness of your own thoughts, feelings and even behaviors. I doubt if most people do and even if they do, they’re probably too insecure to admit they are wrong.

These situations are exceptions to the Hater’s Rule. These people are not Essential Haters. Essential Haters hate you deep down inside and there’s rarely anything you can do about it. These people are lost to you and you need to ghost them.

But when you are seriously screwing up in life as I was when I was ill, you are going to get a lot of Situational Haters. They don’t really hate you at your essence. Instead they hate some particular thoughts, feelings or behaviors you are engaging in. These people can actually be brought back around, believe it or not. If you can stop the thoughts, feelings or behaviors that bother them, most of these people will forget about what you did to make them mad and they will indeed come back. You can make friends or acquaintances with them.

This is because these people were not comfortable hating you in the first place. They didn’t hate you at your core, they simply disliked some of your behaviors. People who only dislike your behaviors and not your core tend to be better people. They think of themselves as nice people and they don’t like to hate others. Your behaviors are making them mad, and this makes them upset because as good people, it feels bad to hate someone for some silly behaviors. Deep down they wish you would stop doing whatever you are doing and start acting better so they could like you as they wish to do.

It’s important to figure out how many people hate you, where, and when. There’s lots of people who hate me on the Net but not a whole lot in real life. This is because contrary to my Net haters, I am actually a pretty decent guy who is friendly and acts quite normal most of the time. This means that these people hate me just for some crap I am writing and that there is nothing wrong with my core as a person. If I was as awful as my Net haters say, just as many people who hate me in Meatspace as on the Net.

If most people more or less like you or  are indifferent to you but  you have a few haters, you are probably doing ok. I am constantly monitoring my behavior everyone I go to see what affect I am having on people. This means that I can figure out when some particular behavior of mine made upset someone because I am looking for things like that all the time.  People who are indifferent to you don’t really hate you. They don’t care enough about you to hate you. Most people are pretty indifferent to most people they meet. Indifference isn’t hate. They’re two different things.

However,  if you are starting to turn off lots of people everywhere you go in life, no e exceptions as has been the case a few times in my life, you really need to look at whatever you are thinking, feeling or behaving that is making people mad.

It’s not possible to be a normal, decent, friendly and nice person and still have most of the world hate you. This is the view of the paranoid. Most people are not that evil. In other words, if you are making people dislike or hate you everywhere you go, you are probably doing something wrong or there is something wrong with you. Some deformed people elicit reactions of hate everywhere they go, but it is not due to changeable behavior. Instead it’s due to their deformity. Still there’s something wrong with them. Bottom line is if too many people are hating you too much of the time, there is something wrong with either you or your behavior and you need to look into that.

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You’re Weird, You’re a Nerd, You’re Crazy and Other Retarded Normie Insults

If someone thinks I’m a nerd, how do I fix that? Your average normie idiot says, “Duh, quit being such a nerd!”

If someone thinks I’m weird, how the Hell do I fix that? But what if, as is typically the case, I haven’t the faintest idea of how I am being weird in the first place? Likewise, normies will always say, “Duh! Quit being so weird, you idiot!” I have been hearing this most of my life, but after four decades, I still can’t figure out what I do that’s so weird.

When someone tells you “you’re a nerd” or “you’re weird” not only are they being normie retards, but they aren’t really telling you anything at all. Because “you’re a nerd” or “you’re weird” is not an objective criticism.

If you think I am a nerd, no problem. I want to know exactly what I am doing that is so damned nerdy. Then maybe I can fix it.

Likewise, one of the least helpful things you can say about someone is that  they’re weird. You think I’m weird, no problem. You certainly won’t be the first one! But if you think that, I want to know how exactly I am being weird. What precisely I am doing that is so weird? I need to know this so I can figure out how to fix it.

I almost never call people stupid normie insults like “nerd” or “weird” or especially “crazy.” I’m way too smart to be a normie retard like everyone else.

Even if I think someone is weird, I will usually describe precisely what it is that is weird about that person. But it’s not an insult I use much, mostly because I think weird is a compliment, not an insult.

I almost never just call someone “crazy.” Of course, I work in mental health, so even if I do call someone crazy, I assure you that I am going to lay out precisely what it is that is crazy about that person. I might even throw in a genuine DSM diagnosis to back it up. But it’s not a word I use once because once again, within limits, crazy is more of a compliment than an insult to me.

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Solipsism Is a Core Aspect of Female Nature

One uncomfortable fact of life that any halfway wise and honest man who can hear and see figures out at some point in life (I didn’t figure this out until I was in my 50’s) is that females are naturally solipsistic. It’s their basic nature. The more you hang around with women and especially if you get into close and intimate relationships with them (and  the more the better) the more this becomes so starkly apparent that it is almost impossible to deny it. The only way you can deny it is by lying to yourself.

In other words, women, like most of us flawed humans, are all wrapped up in themselves most of the time. But then men, like most of us flawed humans, are all wrapped up in themselves too. Mother Theresas are like four leaf clovers.

The youngest ones of course are the worst of all. This starts around age 16 and certainly by 17 when a female finally recognizes herself as a sexual object for men (which she literally is no matter how much feminists complain). Hence the endless poses, standing in front of the mirror and now endless photos of themselves and even videos of themselves, often with all sorts of posing, the makeup, the outfits, etc.

All of this feeds the histrionic and solipsistic nature of the female to make herself up as a sex object for men who plays all sorts of roles. Hence the constant changes in hair color, style, makeup, clothing, etc.  – these can all be seen as constantly changing roles that women play in their sexual persona – which is frankly directed more at other women (presumably competitors?) than at men. Women have told me that women dress up, wear makeup, and change their outfits and hair all the time to impress other women, not impress men.

“Women dress up for other women. It’s to impress other women,” a particularly perceptive 43 year old blonde divorcee told me several years ago while openly flirting with me over a coffee at a Starbucks. “Men will fuck anything,” she told me, “There’s no need to pretty yourself up for men.”

That solipsism is an essential trait of the Female Character should not be taken as an insult. As in most things, the Female Character has a masculine corollary in the Masculine Character. Hence on the metric of selfishness (and all humans are selfish no matter what  you think, and necessarily so) the layout looks like this:

Character                  Masculine     Feminine

Trait

Self-centeredness    narcissism    solipsism

Men are naturally narcissistic, and woman are naturally solipsistic. Pick your poison. We are dealing with basically selfish humans here, and humans are flawed by nature from birth itself.

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