Christopher Chantrill over at the American Thinker today makes an interesting point in his article entitled Women Expect: To Have Gas Stoves. The point he is making is that asking what women want is the wrong question. What we should be asking is what do women expect. And what the expect is to be protected, and to be protected by men. Once conservatives realize this (we men are simple creatures after all) then we can fashion scare stories that move the needle in our direction. voil`a. Women expect to be protected, and have gas stoves.
One of the most important things I know is a fundamental mistake of Sigmund Freud. Siggie asked: "What do women want?"
Everybody knows that Siggie was asking the wrong question. It is not what women want, it is what they "expect." And what women expect is:
Women expect to be protected.
Once you read this, learn it, and inwardly digest it, life looks a lot different.
The limit case on women and protection is described in A Woman in Berlin by Anonymous. Yes, what does a woman do in Berlin in May 1945 when it's been invaded by the Red Army and she's already been raped a few times? Bueller? Anyone?So, what are some of the things that can be exploited to our advantage instead of the left's? Well, take all electric vehicles and amp up the negatives. We know that these vehicles are vulnerable to running out of energy at the worst possible moments. But they are also vulnerable to catching on fire. Oh, and the batteries use materials that demand huge amounts of energy to produce and pollute when they are disposed.
But women should be terrified by "EVs." Suppose a nice liberal lady goes to the Seattle Symphony in her "EV" and it's a really cold night and she has to stop at a charging station on the way home in a supermarket parking lot at 11:00 p.m. and there are drug dealers about? Of course, there are three charging stations in the basement of Symphony Hall, but good luck getting ahead of the Gold Membership patrons -- or matrons, as the case may be.
But, ladies, what happens in ten years when there are 50 charging stations in the basement of Symphony Hall and one of the "EVs" has a battery fire -- in a basement parking garage full of EVs with nice explodable lithium batteries?You get the idea. Does it seem like playing dirty? Well, maybe, but the idea is to fight fire with fire. Meet the enemy where he is on the battlefield and show women that they do indeed need men and of course men need women. We used to know such things. Then Betty Friedan said that a woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle. Maybe somewhat true of the woman in question is rich, otherwise...
Now, the conceit of our lefty friends is that They Care about women, their rights, their welfare and their safety. But I say it's all a lie. Women's rights meant nothing in Berlin in May 1945, or in any blue city in America in 2023. Women's welfare adds up to nothing if she doesn't have a husband. Women are fundamentally unsafe -- especially in the Age of Depolicing -- without a man with a gun.
It's our job, each of us racist-sexist-homophobes, to teach our beloved women these practical facts of life.
Because women expect to be protected. And have gas stoves to cook with.
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