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RE: What role should education have for women?
Actually, in Pakistan the level of education attained by the daughters is seen as an indication of family status and "quality."

A family will highly educated daughters is often sought for marriage, for both sons and daughters in Pakistani society, as marriage is still regarded as a contractual relationship and aligning of interests.

(12-07-2016 02:05 PM)LINUX Wrote:  
(12-07-2016 07:40 AM)Phoenix Wrote:  
(12-07-2016 12:41 AM)cascadecombo Wrote:  What next, a suggested application in applied eugenics for the modern age?
(12-06-2016 09:28 PM)LINUX Wrote:  Disagree 100% Phoenix.

Insight into the topic duly noted.

I didn't give any insight because I don't like to argue about stuff like this.

Men are always afraid of things they can't control.

That's one reason certain cultures (Pakistan, Afghanistan, Nepal) frown upon women being educated.

And uneducated woman with an uneducated skillset is forced to live a life of servitude, begging the husband not to find someone else because she is unable to survive alone.

Should a woman become educated outside of elementary school isn't a good question compared to "Why do some men not want women to become educated?"

That's a very good question that requires introspection.

And most of the answers to that question have nothing to do with what's best for her, rather what's best for the man who is asking it.

You can't only have two pills guys. 16.7 million color combinations out there and that wouldn't even begin to touch the surface. And sometimes good question lead to better questions and not every question has an answer due to being unaware of the future and all the different variables that can unfold.
12-08-2016 06:26 PM
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(12-08-2016 04:48 PM)wi30 Wrote:  I always tell the bern-outs I come across that college should be free if you are actually going to contribute to society after graduation or just serve up coffee and draw little hearts in the foam with your gender studies degree.

A guy working in Starbucks is contributing to society. Service is contribution. There's a huge demand for those jobs as well. Just because it's too beneath you doesn't mean no one else needs to do it.

Millions of Americans drag their fat asses every day to Dunkin Donuts, Chilis, Starbucks, etc. and get served.
12-08-2016 07:45 PM
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I am afraid that women appreciate cruelty, downright cruelty, more than anything else. They have wonderfully primitive instincts. We have emancipated them, but they remain slaves looking for their masters all the same. They love being dominated.
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12-08-2016 07:52 PM
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RE: What role should education have for women?
Can someone advise me whether sub-250 posters are allowed in this thread?
As I have some views.

I'd have thought it doesn't count as "political", I mean it doesn't in my book. B ut could someone clarify/confirm.
12-09-2016 03:13 AM
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RE: What role should education have for women?
Ask not SHOULD a woman be educated.
Ask instead CAN a woman be educated.

If by education you mean piss away a few years at uni for a piece of paper that helps you get a job, then yes.

If by education you mean something greater than that, then no

An educated woman is an oxy-moron.
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12-09-2016 09:28 PM
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Quote: An educated woman is an oxy-moron.


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12-09-2016 09:44 PM
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RE: What role should education have for women?
University educated women have the lowest birthrates in the world. "Educating" women is civilizational suicide, doesn't matter what anyone feels on this subject. It's a proven failure and it's pretty shocking at how many men voted yes on this forum.

I suspect the men who voted yes are most likely terrible at game or in strong denial, anyone with an ounce of experience knows college is where women ruin themselves. Does anyone seriously think hopping on the cock carousel at college is good for women?

The future has women barefoot and pregnant back in the kitchen, this decadent shit of wasting money on chicks who are lucky to even pay back their loans (let alone get a return) cannot last more than another 20 years.

The "education" system we have is a total failure and does not produce value.

Good article on the subject: http://www.returnofkings.com/76537/why-w...g-children

Also there is the fact that because federal loans are so profitable, schools themselves indoctrinate females (which are nearly 60% of the student population) to vote for bigger school subsidies so the same administrators can make mad cash. It's a scam: http://www.returnofkings.com/67191/title...r-on-women

I've yet to meet a single woman who was smart because of university, and I've dated straight from the tip top of Ivy League. The more "educated," usually the more ignorant and brainwashed. The only exceptions are the rare snowflakes with mathematical or scientific ability, but even then these women still have no idea how stuff like economics or political power management work.

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12-10-2016 04:56 AM
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(12-07-2016 09:10 PM)Phoenix Wrote:  
(12-07-2016 02:05 PM)LINUX Wrote:  I didn't give any insight because I don't like to argue about stuff like this.

Yes, you just wanted to virtue signal, which is why you've deliberately interpreted the thread question "What role should education have for women?" as "Phoenix wants to ban education for women". This thread was never about getting agreement, in the same way Roosh's "stop rape" article wasn't. It's to encourage discussion on the question it explicitly stated. What role should education have for women?

(12-07-2016 02:05 PM)LINUX Wrote:  Men are always afraid of things they can't control.

That's one reason certain cultures (Pakistan, Afghanistan, Nepal) frown upon women being educated.

And uneducated woman with an uneducated skillset is forced to live a life of servitude, begging the husband not to find someone else because she is unable to survive alone.

Should a woman become educated outside of elementary school isn't a good question compared to "Why do some men not want women to become educated?"

That's a very good question that requires introspection.

And most of the answers to that question have nothing to do with what's best for her, rather what's best for the man who is asking it.

You can't only have two pills guys. 16.7 million color combinations out there and that wouldn't even begin to touch the surface. And sometimes good question lead to better questions and not every question has an answer due to being unaware of the future and all the different variables that can unfold.

And I take all of that personally. I ask this question, to re-evaluate the role of education in women's lives, and you dismiss it lump me in with the Afghans and Pakistanis for asking it? That I need to stop that and take introspection?

Perhaps you are the one who should take introspection, Sir. Are you perhaps projecting this desire to white knight to make up for the way you yourself have treated women? Because you've not been so chaste of any involvement in controlling women, have you? When you were hanging up those fake MRI pictures, claiming you're a neurosurgeon, being on a vasectomy and busting inside those women and saying you're doing it to get them pregnant so you can start a family with them. That you'll then live together in a nice house, telling that to those poor women who's dream is to attain that future. Were you not controlling them too with your fraudulent lying, to better allow you to consume them as a leisure product?

Perhaps you should consider how you've rendered your own will-to-power and if that has been a net long-term benefit to women, before you accuse me and my thoughts of being detrimental to them.

Coming into my honest thought-provoking thread and implying I'm like an Afghan. That my ultimate intent in this question is to control a women like property instead of guide a daughter towards the best life she can have. Fucking disgusting. Absolutely fucking disgusting.


I gave you an honest answer on the topic at hand and you turned it into a personal attack on something I wrote a few years ago in a data sheet, which I've changed a lot since those days and my game has evolved tremendously.

I could decide to personal attack you also, but arguing on the intenet doesn't give me much pleasure anymore. I'm too busy with things in real life.

Phoenix, please continue showing up on the forum to argue about politics and complain about women, while you collect rep points and likes from the alikes.

I'll be over in the travel section, and out in the real world meeting and partying with guys from the forum (90 guys by now) and fucking women, which is what I do.

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(12-06-2016 09:27 PM)iknowexactly Wrote:  Maybe you should inform the woman who discovered carbon nano-tubes, and one of the people that discovered brain cells can regenerate, they've made a mistake and should have followed your philosophy.

Would society have benefited even more, though, if those women had stayed home and produced lots of intelligent children during their teens and early 20s, and gone to university later in life?

On the other hand, maybe it's not so bad if intelligent women who are extremely ugly attend university in their youth, because they'll tend to have a hard time attracting a high-SMV mate anyway, so their offspring might not have the greatest genetics and the best financial support.
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(12-10-2016 04:56 AM)Samseau Wrote:  University educated women have the lowest birthrates in the world. "Educating" women is civilizational suicide, doesn't matter what anyone feels on this subject. It's a proven failure and it's pretty shocking at how many men voted yes on this forum.

I suspect the men who voted yes are most likely terrible at game or in strong denial, anyone with an ounce of experience knows college is where women ruin themselves. Does anyone seriously think hopping on the cock carousel at college is good for women?

The problem with this opinion, other than attacking forum members, is that it doesn't account for the most important variable in the equation: economics. Yeah, societies that have uneducated women are societies with higher birthrates. But societies with higher birthrates due to the women being uneducated are also dirt poor:

[Image: women-and-equality-world.png]

Just some food for thought...
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