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As mulheres vão cada vez mais descobrir às suas custas a sabedoria que O Patriarca partilha neste blog. Infelizmente para muitas delas, vai restar-lhes enfiar o canudo na patareca.

Robin Dunbar, professor of evolutionary psychology at Oxford University, says women looking for equally-educated male partners, “will be forced to compete, I guess, and those that lose will have to downgrade their expectations and are likely to marry later as a result.”

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Château Heartiste

Por excelentes motivos pessoais e profissionais, O Patriarca não tem tido possibilidade de publicar nos últimos tempos.

Para compensar, vem hoje prestar um serviço público que poderá ser de valor para as gerações vindouras.

O actual clima de censura da internet poderá significar o desaparecimento de blogs dissidentes num futuro próximo. No caso daquele que poderá ser o mais valioso repositório de sabedoria Red Pill, isso seria constituiria uma perda irreparável para a humanidade. Com a agravante de que não existe em formato físico, ao contrário por exemplo do Rational Male, que tem livros publicados.

Assim, O Patriarca vem por este meio partilhar uma versão offline de todo o arquivo do Château Heartiste, à data de 14-02-2019. Totalmente navegável, embora alguns links e imagens se tenham perdido com o passar dos tempos e a obsolescência de alguns sites. O importante, que são as ideias ali contidas, mantém-se. Descarreguem, guardem, passem. Os vossos filhos agradecem.

De nada.

As mulheres desejam Patriarcas

Fonte: Feminists Think Sexist Men Are Sexier than “Woke” Men

Women like bad boys. At least, that’s the story. And there’s lots of writing and anecdotal experience to back that up. Men frequently complain about being “friendzoned,” the idea being that men who are respectful toward their female interests get placed into the role of friend, rather than potential boyfriend. The “pickup artist” community has embraced this concept, teaching men how to behave in assertive, dominant ways that, allegedly, are more successful with women. Many of these concepts and dynamics themselves have been called sexist and misogynistic, reflecting underlying beliefs that women “owe” men sex. The “incel” community, a group of online males who complain bitterly, violently, and angrily about being “involuntary celibates” attack women for choosing “Alpha males” rather than softer, kinder men. . . like themselves.

Women who admit to liking bad boys—being attracted to men who are assertive or dominant—are sometimes criticized as having “internalized” misogynistic attitudes, or simply as naïve and foolish, failing to recognize or admit that sexism is damaging. During the 2016 presidential campaign, female fans of then-candidate Trump proudly invited their candidate to grab them, following release of tapes of Trump discussing grabbing women without consent. These women were proclaimed traitors to other women, or decried as simply deluded. Others have suggested that women may choose bad boy types in order to acquire protection from other, more aggressive and hostile men, a theory referred to as the “protection racket.” Some simply suggest that sexism is insidious, and that these dynamics infiltrate our choices without us noticing.

These are complex, highly politicized dynamics that foster conflicts and finger pointing between the genders. Unfortunately, research suggests that women do in fact find sexist men attractive. Gul and Kupfer recently published research where they conducted multiple experiments, testing women’s attraction to different types of men, and teasing out women’s motivations.

Past research has suggested that evolutionary biology explains these dynamics, pointing to findings that women reportedly prefer men with more masculine features and more indicators of “fitness.” However, many of those sensational findings are in question, with failed replications leading to doubt that these effects can be reliably predicted or measured.

Gul and Kupfer take a related tack, but head in a slightly different direction. They suggest that female interest in sexist men, specifically men who display “benevolent sexism” may be seen by women as being more interested in investing resources in a woman.

Benevolent sexism is a concept describing a form of sexism which is overtly less hostile and misogynistic, and are beliefs that I was taught, as a man from the US South. Benevolent sexism includes beliefs that:

  • Women should be “put on a pedestal”
  • Women should be cherished and protected by men
  • Men should be willing to sacrifice to provide for women
  • Women are more virtuous than men
  • Women are more refined and pure, compared to men.

Os leitores mais assíduos terão notado que isto são características algo Beta. Calma. O ouro vem a seguir.

Despite aspects of benevolent sexism appearing chivalrous and romantic, previous research has found that women who endorse these beliefs often demonstrate approval of restrictions on women’s freedoms, independence and autonomy, and may impact women’s support for gender egalitarianism.

O Patriarca suspeita que as mulheres que lutam contra a burka são as que não conseguiram arranjar um homem que as faça desejar a burka.

Gul and Kupfer used several different related experiments in order to test why women find men with these types of beliefs to be more sexy and appealing. They found that women who saw these types of men as more attractive also saw the men as being more willing to protect and care for them, and to commit to a relationship. Interestingly though, these women weren’t love-struck fools, but had their eyes open about these men. Despite being attracted to them, and seeing them as good mates and partners, the women saw these males as being undermining and patronizing men who were more likely to place restrictions on the women.

Tradução: as mulheres só querem ser fortes e independentes até arranjarem um Patriarca.

Gul and Kupfer conducted several separate experiments, showing that their results did replicate in different samples and using different methods (an important strategy in today’s replication crisis), and that the effect was apparent both potential mates, AND in work colleagues. Even in men who were not being scoped out as potential intimate partners, women were more likely to see sexist men as more attractive. Women who were both more and less feminist displayed similar levels of attraction to sexist men, so this effect isn’t the result of women not being “woke” enough.

One of the experiments tested whether women’s ratings of sexist men varied depending on cues about there being more hostile men around from whom the woman might need protection. But here again, women’s attraction towards sexist men wasn’t influenced by her potential need for safety from more hostile men.

O sexismo está para as mulheres como umas mamas boas estão para os homens. São apetitosas em qualquer contexto.

Gul and Kupfer’s research offers a new way to approach these complex dynamics of attraction, integrating the role of evolutionary influences, with culturally-influenced social role expectations. It also challenges some of the misleading beliefs that blame both women and men for the persistence of sexism in our society. It’s important to note that sexism and misogyny are not identical concepts. Kate Manne suggests that misogyny is more about control of women than about hatred, and argues that sexism is more of an ideology that supports the reasons why we treat women differently.

“Dating male feminists turned out to be one of the least empowering decisions I’ve ever made.” —Kate Iselin

Women who find sexist men attractive are not being traitors to other women, nor are they naïve women who don’t understand their choices. Instead, they are women who are making rational decisions, accepting tradeoffs. They are women who recognize that it may be more beneficial to have a partner who is committed to them and willing to sacrifice for them and their family, than it is to have a “woke” feminist man who wants them to be independent.


I look forward to future research which might explore men’s own perceptions of their attitudes towards women. Do men who hold benevolent sexist beliefs recognize that they may increase their attractiveness, while also potentially being seen as patronizing? But for now, perhaps this research can help us to stop attacking sexist men as being misogynistic tools of the patriarchy, and recognize that these social dynamics exist due to the choices of both men and women, for reasons other than power, hatred, or control.

O mundo é dos Patriarcas, os outros só vivem nele.

Correio do Leitor: Falsos Moralistas e Falsas Puritanas

Pese embora* o que afirmam betas cavaleiros brancos como o nosso provador de buttplugs de serviço, o betacoresoul, a Red Pill é um tema de interesse também para as senhoras.

Prova disso, um recente e-mail recebido pel’O Patriarca. A leitora não será identificada porque não fez nenhum pedido nesse sentido. O Patriarca terá todo o gosto em fazê-lo se ela assim o desejar.

Olá Patriarca

Este blog chamou-me atenção o texto sobre a Paula Cosme, vai par o caralho.
Parabéns! Pois, como mulher, não poderia concordar mais.

Esta sociedade está repleta por demais de falsos moralistas e meninas de bem, falsas puritanas…que na vida pessoal deles por terem tido vivências que as marcam psicologicamente, “cospem” barbaridades na via pública. Que se resolvam primeiro, a a ganhar amor próprio e segundo a se curarem e depois, sim, falem se quiserem…

Vou seguir o seu blog e ler o que há para trás.

Concordo em absoluto com isto: “O Patriarca considera o feminismo o maior flagelo que assola a sociedade actual, é importante realçar que não há nada de pejorativo neste prémio.”

Já agora, leu o último artigo da criatura, dessa Paula? Sobre os beijos dos avós? Vem no expresso.

Com os melhores cumprimentos,

[A Leitora]

Cara leitora, é um prazer receber estas suas palavras.

O Patriarca já terá passado os olhos por esse artigo, não vai agora confirmar porque acabou de almoçar e seria bastante inconveniente sujar o chão da sala.

Resta-lhe pedir que se reproduza abundantemente, se ainda não o fez. O mundo precisa de crianças educadas por pessoas que rejeitem veementemente as demências que megeras como esta querem impor.

E já agora, passe a palavra sobre o nosso blog.

Com os melhores cumprimentos,

O Patriarca

*Mentira, o que estes merdas dizem não pesa nada




A Parede em imagens #4: Diana Chaves

Diana Chaves nao casa.png
29 anos


diana chaves casa
37 anos

Pelo menos o gajo é o mesmo. Mas andou à espera de melhor…

P.S. A série “A parede em imagens” não serve para denegrir as visadas. A idade é o que é e passa para todos. Pretende apenas ilustrar a diferença de valor sexual e atitudes que a parede condiciona nas mulheres. O Patriarca encara estes posts como um antídoto à mentirosa narrativa de que as mulheres melhoram com os anos, para avisar os betas de que o plano é mantê-los à espera.