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Is Self-Awareness the New Submission?

It certainly seems so. For all the talk about how men want submission, submission and more submission, it seems like rather a self-aware woman will do just fine. If a woman just admits she has trouble with submitting, she gets a pat on the head for being so self-aware. Self-aware submission is where its at, but then again I dunno that sounds kinda like “intelligent submission” and don’t you have to be intelligent to be self-aware? Aren’t you thinking for yourself, judging yourself on your strengths and weaknesses? Take this exchange for example in response to list of traps to trip of the submitting wife:

Ame says:

September 29, 2016 at 5:48 pm

  1. i was actually thinking just the opposite, that i’ve failed at all of them😦

    SnapperTrx says:

    I think your good. Very few women are self-aware to the point that they will confront their flaws. Those who get props in my book.

This is part of a larger trend where people in general are praised for getting things right on the back end rather than the front end or you get an “A” for trying or at least participating. It pays to mess up and then get big applauds as you straighten out your life and family rather than get it right the first time. It pays more to have a story of how you were once a wayward, nagging, miserable wife, who one day got all self-aware and saw the light. In fact, all of the godly women and red pill women have this story and its used in a way to admit “I’m not like that”. “I am not like those self absorbed feminist women, I am self-aware of my weaknesses!” Hooray, let’s give this woman some major points, she is self-aware! Clearly, there is no need to look any further. Boasting of your self-awareness acts as a pass. It really doesn’t matter what else you do or say going forward, being self-aware is all that matters. You can be self aware you are a bitch and still be a bitch, because hey at least you admit it.

I’ve toyed with the idea of doing a post called “I was a Red Pill Whore”. In the same vein, that “leelee of babylon” wrote all her whore posts. They were seen as so incredibly brave and self-aware. Somehow though I have a good guess, my honesty and awareness in realizing the red pill and the manosphere was more damaging than helpful will not be seen that way. I’ve seen women like leelee admit that she was a whore and get applauds and I’ve seen other female passer by commenters admit the same sort of thing and they get trashed. These are the inconsistencies I would see that got so disgusting. Some divorced women are trashed and others praised. “Notes from a Red Pill Girl” is an example. She gets a pass though because she was self-aware she made mistake. Yet, I have seen other divorced women admit the same thing, maybe not as continually or loudly and they get trashed. Single moms are often trashed, but be a man with a enough clout who marries a single mom and that is OK.  Its all a game and politics.

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8 thoughts on “Is Self-Awareness the New Submission?

  1. Eavan said:

    “Any women who then displays an opinion or an idea that she wasn’t given from an approved source becomes a “feminist.” So, really, a feminist is any real woman. These men seem to view woman as some sort of blank slate that are written upon by other people and the correct people to write upon them are manosphere-approved fathers and husbands.”

    Right.

    I’ve seen this a number of times, where the slightest hint of a woman wanting to preserve her self-respect gets treated as “feminism” or “rebellion.”

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  2. Interesting, again. So they spend so little time interacting with real women that they think non-mediated women are abnormal. Any women who then displays an opinion or an idea that she wasn’t given from an approved source becomes a “feminist.” So, really, a feminist is any real woman. These men seem to view woman as some sort of blank slate that are written upon by other people and the correct people to write upon them are manosphere-approved fathers and husbands.

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  3. Well trinity was unplugged from the matrix, right. She was real. Representing more the type of women who exist in the real world and that holds true too. They claim to hate women like that and instead retreat to online (the matrix) to indulge in the fantasy of the woman in red (red pill woman).

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  4. Eavan said:

    “She would actually be, by definition, red pill. I wouldn’t exactly call her demure, submissive, gentle, or quiet….:-D”

    This is where I point out that there are at least two Christian Red Pill ideals:

    1. the demure, submissive, gentle, quiet, woman–that they seem utterly unable to recognize in real life

    2. the unsubtlely, brassily sexy woman that they actually want.

    I think #2 is what they mean when they tell women to dress and act “feminine.” As far as I can tell, if you run that through a male-to-female translator, “feminine” means “trampy.”

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  5. That is a very interesting observation, Stone! So where does Trinity fit in the manosphere/Matrix analogy? She would actually be, by definition, red pill. I wouldn’t exactly call her demure, submissive, gentle, or quiet….:-D

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  6. Iow, they are the woman in red from the matrix hence red pill women, but that woman in red is not real!! How do they not see it from thier own favorite movie analogy.

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  7. I think there are commonalities among the approved women – they’re the ones who discuss their bodies (mentioning their measurements, for example, or talking about being required to wear bikinis because their husbands want to show them off) or speak salaciously of sex. They’re the women who present themselves as the realization of manosphere fantasies. This is, I think, the unrealized cause of their hatred of some confessors and their love of others. There are a few women who are mostly respected, but only the women who imply they are whores in wives’ roles are approved.

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