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Sexual Utopia in Power, Part 2

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Fallout of the Revolution: “Date Rape”

A few years into the sexual revolution, shocking reports began to appear of vast numbers of young women—from one quarter to half—being victims of rape. Shock turned to bewilderment when the victims were brought forward to tell their stories. Read more …

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Sexual Utopia in Power, Part 1

Eugène Delacroix, "Liberty Leading the People," detail, 1830

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It is well known to readers of this journal that white birthrates worldwide have suffered a catastrophic decline in recent decades. During this same period, ours has become assuredly the most sex-obsessed society in the history of the world. Two such massive, concurrent trends are hardly likely to be unrelated. Read more …

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The Feminine Sexual Counter-Revolution
& its Limitations, Part 2

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Let us consider Wendy Shalit’s account, culled from anecdotes and women’s magazines, of the sexual situation women face today. The humble corporate drone who has to fear harassment charges and loss of livelihood if he winks at the girl in the next cubicle will feel as if he stepped through Alice’s looking glass when he reads this material. Read more …

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The Feminine Sexual Counter-Revolution
& its Limitations, Part 1

Artemisia Gentileschi, "Susanna and the Elders," 1622

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Wendy Shalit
Girls Gone Mild: Young Women Reclaim Self-respect And Find It’s Not Bad to Be Good
New York: Random House, 2007

Now reissued as:
The Good Girl Revolution: Young Rebels with Self-Esteem and High Standards
New York: Ballantine, 2008 Read more …

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Rotating Polyandry—& its Enforcers, Part 2

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Stephen Baskerville
Taken into Custody: The War Against Fatherhood, Marriage, and the Family
Nashville: Cumberland House Publishing, 2007 Read more …

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Rotating Polyandry—& its Enforcers, Part 1

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Michelle Langley
Women’s Infidelity: Living In Limbo
St. Louis: McCarlan Publishing, 2005

Michelle Langley’s Women’s Infidelity is probably the first book ever reviewed in The Occidental Quarterly advertised as “shipped in a plain envelope without any mention of the contents on the package.” But even if you are not an adulterous wife yourself, there are good reasons for pay­ing attention to Langley’s documentation of social dissolution. Read more …

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Home Economics, Part 5

Abbott Handerson Thayer, 1849–1921, "Virgin Enthroned," 1891

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10. Deliberate Erosion of Male Role by Feminism

To these intrinsic male disadvantages in the modern workplace must be added those directly created by feminism. Read more …

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Home Economics, Part 4

Arnold Böcklin, "Vita Somnium Breve," 1888

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7. Consequences of “Unlimited Choice”

Most leftist utopias involve enjoying all the benefits of tightly knit communities while paying none of the costs in individual freedom such communities demand. Thus, feminists propose to liberate women from “domestic drudgery” and replace it with unrestricted personal choice. Yet the drudgery of marriage and its duties are, quite obviously, the indispensable basis of the family, the model and source for all real community. Read more …

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Home Economics, Part 3

Queen Victoria spinning wool

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5. No Property Rights within the Traditional Family

Male provisioning may have arisen as an adaptation by early hominids to the more adverse climatic conditions they encountered upon migrating out of Africa. To this day, female food production remains the rule in much of Black Africa. Read more …

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Home Economics, Part 2

Jan Van Eyck, "The Arnolfini Marriage," 1434

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3. Modern Neglect of the Economic Side of Marriage

Having examined briefly — in the first section — the two principal ways in which feminism has undermined the former position of esteem enjoyed by women in our civilization, let us proceed to consider how that position used to be maintained.

The bedrock of the system, more fundamental than the ideal of chivalry, was the institution of marriage. Read more …

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Home Economics, Part 1

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1. Two conflicting conceptions of feminine dignity

One of the hallmarks of Western civilization is the unusually high status it has accorded women. That has often been attributed to the influence of Christianity, which prizes certain typically feminine virtues (mercy, humility) more than pagan society had. Read more …

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D. H. Lawrence on Herman Melville’s Typee & Omoo

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“We can’t go back. We can’t go back to the savages: not a stride. We can be in sympathy with them. We can take a great curve in their direction, onwards. But we cannot turn the current of our life backwards, back towards their soft warm twilight and uncreate mud. Not for a moment. If we do it for a moment, it makes us sick.

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Secrets to a Happy Life:
A Primer for 20-Something Whites

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Is age 36 comparatively too young for me to be dispensing life advice?

Probably.

But I’ve seen enough misery among White friends, relatives, and co-workers who are in their 30s and 40s that I’m motivated to write. A lot of the misery, I’m convinced, is caused by the death-inducing lies fed to Whites by the popular culture — a culture that is heavily influenced by consumerism, pharmacology, misguided White liberalism and our Jewish ethnic competitors.

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Sexual Liberation & Racial Suicide

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French translation here

What is “sexual liberation”? It is usually spoken of by way of contrast with the constraints of marriage and family life. It would seem to be a condition under which people have more choice than under the traditional system of monogamy. Hugh Hefner’s “Playboy philosophy” seemed to offer men more choices than just sleeping with the same woman every night for fifty years. Read more …

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Twilight: Eclipse

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Note: Since more people watch movies than read Nietzsche and Spengler, I have vowed to write a weekly movie review. Hold me to it, dear reader. Nag me if necessary. And send me your requests and recommendations.

Twilight: Eclipse is the third movie based on Stephenie Meyer’s phenomenally popular four volume Twilight Saga. Read more …

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Nietzsche’s Critique of Modernity

Josef Thorak's portrait of Nietzsche

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Czech translation here

Editor’s Note:

The following is section no. 39 of “Skirmishes of an Untimely Man” from Friedrich Nietzsche’s The Twilight of the Idols.

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Like Should Marry Like

Edward Burne Jones, "Cupid and Pysche," detail, 1867

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In the choice of a mate, one of the first questions that arises is, shall my mate be like me or unlike? . . .

What do we actually find lovers doing when they first wish to convince each other that they love, without, however, uttering the fatal words? Read more …

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