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Did you ever notice the tendency in most women to constantly crave something a little, uh, better when it comes to the men in tbeir lives?
Do women remain on the lookout for men with more money, power, prestige, social standing or sex appeal than the men they already have in their lives?
Yes, as a matter of fact most of them do.
Tonight,, Join Girl Writes What, TyphonBlue and Robert O'hara, who is standing in for regular host John the Other for all the hype on hypergamy, that dirtly little secret that seems to catch most men blindside because they don't know what they are looking for or why they should.
The show starts tonight, November 8, 2012 at 9 PM Eastern Time, 8 Central, which is 2:00 AM Nov 9 in London and 11 AM Nov. 9 in Brisbane.
Tonight I wanted to talk about President's Day and our favorite or least favorite ones and their policies. At the same time I want to talk men being hit by women. This is domestic violence but it is domestic violence no one seems to want to discuss. So we will discuss. We talk much about it and why some men tolerate it. No one should be putting their hands on another human being in the way we're speaking about. We will specifically talk about Ray J, the singer & younger brother of Brandy, and how he got beat by his girlfriend and seems to not have thrown any blows in his defense. Then, after she was arrestted and booked decided to bail her out and provide her with an attorney. So he got beat and got how a lawyer and back on the street. Odd? Well we've seen things odd before and probably will again.
Tonight, on AVfM Radio, get aboard the train to hypergamy! We are going to take an in depth look at how this social custom, rooted in our human sociobiology, and examine why it used to work, and why it is now a source of the destruction of men. Of course all of this will be delivered with the expected red pill perspective, which of course makes us right about everything.
Also tonight, news on the FBI plans to expand the definition of rape, female firefighting applicants in Chicago that can’t pass a physical exam but want the job anyway, bad enough to sue for it, Amanda Knox and her international p*ssy pass, along with other very topical stories.
We will also be featuring an interview with Tom Manlack of the Good Mangina Project Magazine, with perhaps a surprise for Tom as well.
It all adds up to one great show, folks, so be sure to tune in live and catch it as it happens. You can listen in here, and join us in the chat room for some behind the scenes banter.
And don’t forget, the call in number is 310-388-9709. You can also skype in if you are a registered follower of the show. And speaking of that, if you listen, but are not registered, it brings shame to men across the entire world from which they may never recover.
Cheers, folks, looking forward to getting your great calls.
It couldn't just be that you're ugly and/or have a lousy, nerdy voice. It's because you lack connnnnfidence.
Just kidding, it's because you're ing ugly. You look exactly like the type of gamer nerd who sits around playing WOW all day. It's time to end these delusions.
So you say you want a matriarchy, eh?
John the Other and Girl Writes What will be examining this question tonight on AVfM Radio.
What is the natural outcome of a true matriarchal social system, in which in contrast to property and land being owned by men and passed through inheritance from father to son, it is owned by women, and passed by inheritance from mother to daughter. Idealistic feminists continue to insist that this is a more peaceful and utopian way of doing business for human cultures.
Are they right? In tonight's show, we will apply a little bit of logical reasoning, as well as examining the outcomes of some currently extant matriarchal social models in real world application.
The answer is unfortunately a violent, socially fragmented social system in which everyone is impoverished, and the most aggressive, violent and predatory men end up on top of it all. Opposing arguments are invited to call in to the show 310-388-9709
"The females romantic conation is more adaptive and directive than that of the male," Kephart concludes. "Apparently, she is able to exercise a greater measure of control over her romantic inclinations, adapting them to the exigencies of marital selection." (1967:472.) Such an orientation seems to be in line with the tendency to marry up." In its own right it is both an interesting, controversial and perhaps even incendiary paper given that there are negative connotations associated with the concept of marrying up (as well as marrying down), such as references to gold-digging and status climbing. What is interesting, and as demonstrated in real life scenarios such as with the Sandra Bullock and Jesse James scandal, or in the movies in which Matt Dillon's character in the 1991 film "A Kiss Before Dying" provides an extreme demonstration of wealth oriented aspirations, is that the practice perhaps knows no gender. Regardless of the conflicting data which has become even more convoluted in social realms where traditional gender roles have been and are being redefined, such relationships take on an entirely different dimension when children are introduced into the equation. Take the case of Dr. James Wardner. When his legal wranglings with the Florida Courts regarding both access to and custody of his 5 children were first brought to my attention, the picture that was painted was one of a noble dentist falling prey to a conniving, status seeking drug addict who had the reputation for using both men and the legal system to forward her insatiable appetite for cocaine and fraternizing with society's dark underbelly. But here's the thing, if she was so bad why did the doctor have 5 children with her? I can't seem to wrap my head around this one point as well as others. Our guest panel in this evening's program seeks to understand this as well as similar cases.