The Unz Review • An Alternative Media Selection
A Collection of Interesting, Important, and Controversial Perspectives Largely Excluded from the American Mainstream Media
 TeasersiSteve Blog
Biden: Anything Men Can Do, Women Can Do Better
Email This Page to Someone

 Remember My Information



=>

Bookmark Toggle AllToCAdd to LibraryRemove from Library • BShow CommentNext New CommentNext New ReplyRead More
ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc. More... This Commenter This Thread Hide Thread Display All Comments
AgreeDisagreeThanksLOLTroll
These buttons register your public Agreement, Disagreement, Thanks, LOL, or Troll with the selected comment. They are ONLY available to recent, frequent commenters who have saved their Name+Email using the 'Remember My Information' checkbox, and may also ONLY be used three times during any eight hour period.
Ignore Commenter Follow Commenter
Search Text Case Sensitive  Exact Words  Include Comments
List of Bookmarks

With rioting back in the news, let me point out that I recently reviewed Andy Ngo’s book Unmasked: Inside Antifa’s Radical Plan to Destroy Democracy.

But, let me also point out that, being an old coot, I can’t actually distinguish clearly in my mind between Andy Ngo and Ian Miles Cheong, who has a pretty great Twitter account:

That reminds me: I run iSteve fundraisers in April, August, and December.

Large or small, I find each donation to be a personal message of encouragement to keep doing what I’m doing. I more or less figured out the basic logic of the 21st Century, which hasn’t made me popular, but with your support I can keep on keeping on pointing out how the world works.

Here are eight ways for you to contribute:

First: You can use Paypal (non-tax deductible) by going to the page on my old blog here. Paypal accepts most credit cards. Contributions can be either one-time only, monthly, or annual. (Monthly is nice.)

Second: You can mail a non-tax deductible donation to:

Steve Sailer
P.O Box 4142
Valley Village, CA 91617

Third: You can make a tax deductible contribution via VDARE by clicking here.

Please don’t forget to click my name at the VDARE site so the money goes to me: first, click on “Earmark your donation,” then click on “Steve Sailer:”

VDARE has been kiboshed from use of Paypal for being, I dunno, EVIL. But you can give via credit cards, Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin, check, money order, or stock.

Note: the VDARE site goes up and down on its own schedule, so if this link stops working, please let me know.

Fourth: Most banks now allow fee-free money transfers via Zelle.

If you have a Wells Fargo bank account, you can transfer money to me (with no fees) via Wells Fargo SurePay/Zelle. Just tell WF SurePay/Zelle to send the money to my ancient AOL email address steveslrAT aol.com — replace the AT with the usual @). (Non-tax deductible.) Please note, there is no 2.9% fee like with Paypal or Google Wallet, so this is good for large contributions.

Fifth: if you have a Chase bank account (or even other bank accounts), you can transfer money to me (with no fees) via Chase QuickPay/Zelle (FAQ). Just tell Chase QuickPay/Zelle to send the money to my ancient AOL email address (steveslrATaol.com — replace the AT with the usual @). If Chase asks for the name on my account, it’s StevenSailer with an n at the end of Steven. (Non-tax deductible.) There is no 2.9% fee like with Paypal or Google Wallet, so this is also good for large contributions.

Zelle might work with other banks too. Here’s a Zelle link for CitiBank. And Bank of America.

Zelle is really a good system: easy to use and the fees are nonexistent, unlike, say, Paypal.

 

Sixth: send money via the Paypal-like Google Wallet to my Gmail address (that’s isteveslrATgmail .com — replace the AT with a @). (Non-tax deductible.)

Seventh: You can use Bitcoin using Coinbase. Coinbase payments are not tax deductible. Below are links to two Coinbase pages of mine. This first is if you want to enter a U.S. dollar-denominated amount to pay me.

Pay With Bitcoin (denominated in U.S. Dollars)

This second is if you want to enter a Bitcoin-denominated amount. (Remember one Bitcoin is currently worth many U.S. dollars.)

Pay With Bitcoin (denominated in Bitcoins)

Eighth: At one reader’s request, I recently added Square as an 8th fundraising medium, although I’m vague on how it works. If you want to use Square, send me an email telling me how much to send you an invoice for. Or, if you know an easier way for us to use Square, please let me know.

Thanks.

 
Hide 68 CommentsLeave a Comment
Commenters to Ignore...to FollowEndorsed Only
Trim Comments?
    []
  1. I thought the lady soldier was going to jump out of her skin while the man didn’t flinch. Or that scene in The Enforcer when Harry moves Tyne Daly’s head out of the way of the bazooka’s backfire.

    • Agree: Catdog, Escher
  2. Even writing in the snow?

  3. theMann says:

    “There is no meaningful distinction between men and women.”

    Standing offer to any woman who says that to me – get in the ring with me.

    • Replies: @The Alarmist
  4. George says:

    Point well taken, women have trouble operating archaic weapons.

    • Replies: @El Dato
  5. Spud Boy says:

    “There is no meaningful distinction between men and women.”

    Given that the desire to reproduce is second only to the desire for food, me and my genitals beg to differ.

  6. As a female who raised the replacement stock on the family dairy farm for several decades, I can attest to that being completely false. I also would watch in amazement as my father and brothers take physical abuse from a cow just to control the situation rather then cede anything to her. Needless to say I did not, but got really good at throwing brooms and amateur cow psychology.

    • Thanks: El Dato
  7. Mike Tre says:

    Biden tees off from the lady’s markers, that’s why he has such a good handicap.

  8. Anonymous[234] • Disclaimer says:

    LMAO. Has to be pointed that stupidity plays role here too. Wrong technique – the lady soldier has the rope nearly straight before puling.

  9. This is why I hate appliances that need to be started by a swift hard yank, like lawnmowers and whipper snippers. You’d think they’d have practiced and worked out which one of them would be doing the needful.

  10. The man did something very unsafe. Walking around under the tube near the muzzle brake. Had the woman gotten the firing release far enough along to where it might fire, the blast would likely have killed him.

    • Agree: Catdog
    • Replies: @Henry's Cat
  11. Bel Riose says:

    How long before Rosie shows up and blames men for designing an artillery piece which can’t be operated by females?

    She’ll probably insist that all artillery pieces be immediately rebuilt with easy-pull lanyards for our new 3W (Woke, Women, Wannabee another gender) military.

    • LOL: Redneck farmer
    • Replies: @Ezio Bonsignore
  12. AKAHorace says:

    Should the guy have walked around the front of the gun while the woman might still be fussing with the cord ?

    • Replies: @Wilkey
    , @El Dato
  13. I hope that wasn’t a wartime scene. Time that gun got fired, the Norks* would have already abandoned their positions on the hillside, including bringing all their howitzers and mules with them.

    Looks like an old An Army of One commercial.

    .

    * No offense, Andy Ngo and Ian Miles Cheong.

  14. I cringed when that guy walked in front of the gun while the lady was still fiddling with the firing lanyard.

  15. Biden: Anything Men Can Do, Women Can Do Better

    This is just Biden’s habit of stating conventional wisdom stripped of the verbal covering blather of our verbalist elites. (He’s a gentile not a Jew, and not a particularly sharp one–perhaps sported once upon a time maybe a 115 IQ?–and is now considerably declined.)

    But this really is just feminism 101:

    If men are doing something–and it has status–then women should get at least 50% of it. Business, law, medicine, politics, sports, science, tech jobs ….

    But the plain fact is that men are just better at most of the “thingy” stuff of the material world that have high status. Men are evolutionarily designed to engage in sexual competition/warfare and to hunt. This involves a whole palette of “thingy” skills.

    Women are evolutionarily designed to bear and nurture children and secondarily to gather. They tend to be better at sensing and navigating interpersonal relations and in a few particular “thingy” skills–fine motor control, color perception (berries/herbs).

    Essentially men and women are beautifully complementary. Men are somewhat to a lot better at most things involving interaction with the material world–which is most things. (And thus smart–mostly white, some Asian–men have given us a world of amazing material abundance, for which we all should be thankful.) While women are infinitely better at one thing–one thing which is absolutely drop dead critical for survival. But a lot of women, don’t feel that reality is how things ought to be. Sad.

  16. Ian Miles Cheong and Andy Ngo are completely different.

    Ian Miles Cheong is a Malaysia resident who happens to be an prominent MAGA-type conservative on Twitter. Not like a Malaysia conservative (whatever that is) but like a pro-America culture war conservative. He was a major pro-Trump influencer in 2016. Interestingly enough. Which just goes to show, (1) our culture war is global, and (2) it’s amazing what a clever person can to with an Internet connection.

    Andy Ngo is a resident of Portland and who is the number one reporter (often undercover, with the injuries to prove it) on the goings-on of Antifa. He actually did write the book on Antifa. He has appeared from time to time on TV media. He isn’t a generalist conservative and he doesn’t push for candidates. He focuses pretty specifically on the beat of exposing Antifa, which is a pretty important beat. His family is from Vietnam (many escapees of Communism are pretty conservative) and he is gay.

    Both have been founding editors of conservative new media. Ian Miles Cheong has been involved with the founding of Human Events with Will Chamberlain. Andy Ngo has been involved with the founding of The Post Millennial. Heroes, both.

  17. @Almost Missouri

    I cringed when that guy walked in front of the gun while the lady was still fiddling with the firing lanyard.

    Maybe watch it again.

    • Agree: JMcG, Stan d Mute
  18. Alfa158 says:
    @Almost Missouri

    I noticed that too. I guess it makes the point that men are definitely a whole lot stronger, but they aren’t necessarily a whole lot smarter. He wasn’t directly in front of it, but even being near the muzzle, he would have experienced a powerful wish that he hadn’t done that if it had fired while he was near it.
    (And, for ethnic pride reasons I will refrain from jokes about the Italian Army).

  19. Men are better than women at everything, even at being women.

    • Agree: Farenheit
  20. AndrewR says:

    Andy Ngo is a normal looking gay Vietnamese twink who covers antifa better than literally anyone else, and never punches right.

    Cheong is a Korean with the face of a blobfish and a very amusing tendency to publicly simp for women in the hopes that they will reward him with pussy. He punches right frequently.

    • Agree: SOL
    • Thanks: Polistra
  21. @Almost Missouri

    No, that was the most hilarious part of the whole scene!!

    Why? He knew she was simply incapable, and capped off his contempt by walking right in front of the gun and then doing the deed then dropping the lanyard in disgust.

    Doubly humiliating for her. Loved it, just loved it.

  22. TWS says:
    @Almost Missouri

    It’s almost as if he was certain she couldn’t do it.

  23. That video couldn’t be funnier. It’s even better than the one of the female Chinese recruit throwing the hand grenade short.

    • Replies: @Wade Hampton
    , @Percy Gryce
  24. @Almost Missouri

    Not quite in front of. But under the muzzle brake. The blast from that would be enough to do him in.

    • Agree: PiltdownMan
  25. Anon[220] • Disclaimer says:
    @AnotherDad

    Dear guys of Unz:

    I guess you know virtue can’t be taught, but it can be inspired. (Old white Plato used to teach that.)

    The present “culture” teaches women many things, few of them good, and puts a lot of emphasis on power struggles between men and women. We fall for it, as young girls fall for the transgender madness. (Personally, I think men have fallen for it, too. Good male roles models are lacking, and in that vacuum, men complain about women abundantly, or harp about how they do this or that better than women. If only that really helped men achieve their true potential!)

    However, a woman will naturally respect a man willing to protect and provide for her and her children. She will follow his lead. Granted the present “culture” interferes with this response, because it is all about selfishness. It breeds selfish men and selfish women. But given man’s natural authority, superior intellect and better emotional restraint, don’t you guys think you could develop a positive narrative that helps you take back your culture and your women?

    A thing men could do to reclaim a culture and a future is to speak, in the general direction of their female acquaintances, about inspiring female traits. “Having a family is a lot of work, but it’s beautiful”, “Running a house is about taking care of your own, it’s a generous thing to do”, “She’s kind but the discipline is there”. You get my drift. If you don’t like modern woman, then propose an alternative.

    A counterweight is needed for the cultural madness. It will have to be a grassroots response, and it will be a thankless job. Who can and should lead the effort?

    • Agree: Kyle
  26. Women cops are really good at tasing suspects with their 9mm service pistol.

    Like this Karen that just shot the fellow in Minneapolis:

    https://mobile.twitter.com/scuba2024/status/1381656852816134144

    Happy Clown World 2021!

    • Agree: Inquiring Mind
  27. Wilkey says:
    @AKAHorace

    Should the guy have walked around the front of the gun while the woman might still be fussing with the cord ?

    Watch more closely. He walked under the barrel, not in front of it. That doesn’t exactly sound like the brightest idea, either, but far less dumb than walking in front of it.

    Besides, by the time he decided to walk around and lend her a hand, he could be pretty damn certain that she was not going to fire the thing.

    • Replies: @Polistra
    , @Mr Mox
  28. Polistra says:
    @DanHessinMD

    Thank you for the comprehensive view. Isn’t it true that Andy Ngô has said he’s been forced to leave the USA? Do you (or anyone) have any thoughts on how legitimate that claim is? I do see from a quick look that the ‘American’ MSM has its knives out for him.

  29. Polistra says:
    @Wilkey

    What you say sounds perfectly Reasonable, but speaking of Reasons, I’m going to wait for the Alden & Rosie Show to chime in.

  30. @AnotherDad

    While women are infinitely better at one thing–one thing which is absolutely drop dead critical for survival. But a lot of women, don’t feel that reality is how things ought to be. Sad.

    The stupidity could only be intentional. Encouraging and celebrating women (back then a 90% white category) bearing children would be Nazi! So since creating white children was no longer a rewarding and celebrated occupation, women had to embrace the myriad things that they cannot do themselves nearly as well as the average man.

    And of course, as with any mismatched population set competing for the same prize (think negroes and physics or math), resentments rule.

  31. Anonymous[199] • Disclaimer says:
    @AnotherDad

    You are nothing but a transsexual witch doctor and pipe smoking smut merchant. Men and women aren’t complimentary but diametrically opposed and contraindicated. That is why the patriarchy (military) is required, to put an end to the natural sex wars, by bringing one sex under the complete control of another, for there to be anything like a functional society.

    • Replies: @MBlanc46
    , @Dissident
  32. @theMann

    No need for violence; Just get her in a literal pissing match.

    • LOL: theMann
  33. its a mans world, run by men, for men, to be run in a manly way, by men. women were put here to help us run the world in a more manly manner

  34. “Men and women are exactly the same, except women are better.”– Jennifer Roback Morse’s distillation of a half a century of feminist message.

    Thomas Sowell’s similar definition of “the right” is anything that stands in the way of the Left. (That’s why we can’t unite!) These will be serviceable a century from now. Should we survive.

    We need a feminine counterpart to whom. How about whor? Feminism is Whor/Whom, anti-Karenism Who/Whor.

  35. El Dato says:
    @George

    Not everything has a “start button” and a hybrid engine.

    • Replies: @James J O'Meara
  36. El Dato says:
    @AKAHorace

    There are two kinds of people in this world: Those who try to pull the lanyard and those who leisurely walk around the gun muzzle.

    It’s a bit sad that all that monstrous technology is the result of several thousand years of civilization, but so it goes.

    • Replies: @Joe Stalin
    , @Sick 'n Tired
  37. Turns out the the cop in Brooklyn Center/Brooklyn Park/Brooklyn Township/Brooklyn Whatever is a woman:

    Minnesota police released the body-camera footage showing the fatal police shooting of Daunte Wright: ‘Holy s—. I just shot him.’

    So the state’s three recent notable police shootings– this, Justine Damond, and Philando Castile– were victims of arguably affirmative-action hires screwing up.

    Which makes Derek Chauvin the Great White Male Defendant.

  38. Biden: Anything Men Can Do, Women Can Do Better

    That’s certainly true of the top two positions in the federal government and the individuals who hold them now!

    (Re competence, not necessarily policy.)

  39. Anonymous[290] • Disclaimer says:

    So woman can’t claim blanket vicimhood then..

    Based!

  40. Jack D says:

    The video was funny, but looking closely at it, it appears not to be a question of strength but rather just bad technique on the woman’s part (which means that either she hadn’t been trained properly or hadn’t absorbed the training/ training by example she had been given). If you look closely, the woman puts tension on the line and then tries to gradually pull further, which gets her nowhere. While the man puts some slack on the line and then gives it a sharp tug, which gives his arms the momentum needed to overcome the resistance of the trigger mechanism.

    Imagine that instead of pulling a trigger they were trying to break a string. You could pull on a string all day with your full strength and it might not break but if you put some slack on it and then give it a sharp tug you can exert enough force to snap it. The physics of what happens is that your end of the string is already going say 60 mph but the slack end is still going 0 mph at first but when the slack is all gone suddenly the other end has to go from 0 to 60 in an instant and this concentrates all the force into one instant – it’s like the difference between pressing on a nail with a hammer and striking a nail with a hammer (in reverse).

    • Agree: El Dato, Kyle
  41. Mr. Anon says:

    It looks like the cop in Minnesota who shot that thugling during a traffic stop is a woman. She thought she had reached for her Taser, but accidentally drew her pistol.

  42. @AnotherDad

    This is just Biden’s habit of stating conventional wisdom stripped of the verbal covering blather of our verbalist elites. (He’s a gentile not a Jew, and not a particularly sharp one–perhaps sported once upon a time maybe a 115 IQ?–and is now considerably declined.)

    Speaking of which, have we had Steve’s estimate of Biden’s IQ in the regular series of presidential IQ estimates here at iSteve?

  43. @DanHessinMD

    Ian Miles Cheong is a Malaysia resident who happens to be an prominent MAGA-type conservative on Twitter.

    This is very interesting since I learned from the first couple episodes of HBO’s QAnon documentary that the guys who run 4chan and 8chan are all expatriates living in Asia.

    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
  44. @Harry Baldwin

    Kudos to the instructor who got her to safety first.

  45. @John Henry

    There’s no audio, but as the woman stopped trying, it seems likely that the man told her that he was coming around.

    • Replies: @John Henry
  46. @DanHessinMD

    Ian Miles Cheong has been involved with the founding of Human Events with Will Chamberlain.

    Did he vote for Dewey, too? Human Events was founded in 1944.

  47. @Henry's Cat

    Doesn’t matter. There is no way to tell if the release mechanism was close enough to just fire without any more pulling on the lanyard. Granted, there are many ways those things are kept safe. Then there is that one time. And why would any sentient being walk around the barrel of a loaded artillery piece? After about a dozen attempts to make it go.

    • Agree: AKAHorace
    • Replies: @AKAHorace
    , @Henry's Cat
  48. @El Dato

    Speaking of artillery pieces, the US Army actually brought one of these babies to Chicago and displayed it outside of Navy Pier in the late 1950s. Before all the communists landed in America.

  49. Shel100 says:

    If women really were as good or better than men at everything then Megan Rapinoe and her crummy soccer team could beat a high school boys team but they can’t.

  50. Reg Cæsar — Re-founding of Human Events if you want to be precise. The original was apparently defunct, and had stopped producing content four years before it was restarted in 2019. Will Chamberlain bought the name for $300K and started it up again with a MAGA cast of editors.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2019/03/01/breitbart-alum-resuscitate-human-events/

  51. MBlanc46 says:
    @Anonymous

    That’s “complementary”, ignoramus.

    • Replies: @Dissident
  52. @Percy Gryce

    This is very interesting since I learned from the first couple episodes of HBO’s QAnon documentary that the guys who run 4chan and 8chan are all expatriates living in Asia.

    I’m pretty sure the hapa subreddit maintains a list of all the WN guys married to Asian girls.

    The regularly post threads raging about this trend.

  53. @El Dato

    But the guy/gals who have them, win.

    Ask Saddam.

  54. @Jack D

    Please don’t try to use science to harsh the monkey-buzz of the men of Unz. Science is only good when proving women are inferior.

    Uh -uh-uh (Sound of Tim Allen)

  55. @El Dato

    My favorite version of that saying comes from “The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly” :

    There are two kinds of people in the world those with guns and those that dig. You dig?

    • LOL: GeneralRipper
  56. Dissident says:
    @MBlanc46

    [Anonymous[199] wrote:] Men and women aren’t complimentary but diametrically opposed and contraindicated.

    That’s “complementary”, ignoramus.

    While not always complimentary to each other, the male and female of the species are inherently complementary all the same. Reproductively; anatomically; physiologically; mentally; psychologically; aesthetically.

    Hence the manifest absurdity of the doctrinaire assertion that any homoerotic union can be the equivalent of a heterosexual one.

    • Agree: Gordo
  57. AKAHorace says:
    @John Henry

    Doesn’t matter. There is no way to tell if the release mechanism was close enough to just fire without any more pulling on the lanyard.

    Also the guy himself seems to recognize that walking in front of the gun is not a good idea. After the gun is fired he starts to walk back to his position by going in front of it before correcting himself and going behind the gun.

    I suspect that he got more and more embarrassed by his comrades inability to fire and was flustered and not thinking when he walked in front of it.

  58. @Jack D

    I appreciate your point, but at the beginning the female soldier does yank the lanyard with slack in it–as much slack as the man used. There are several times there was slack in the lanyard when she pulled it.

    There may be a knack to it. I split a lot of wood, and sometimes someone who sees me doing it wants to try, and should be able to, but can’t. There are subtle elements of technique they just haven’t learned.

  59. @Mr Mox

    The Finns had a general in the Winter War who killed three Russian tanks that way;
    with an AT gun sans breech and optics (he aimed through the barrel) and a hatchet.

    Your turn, ladies 😀

  60. @Bel Riose

    To anyone who might be interested:

    1) The scene was filmed on the Gianicolo Hill Terrace (the best panorama view of Rome), where since 1903 a gun is being fired (blank of course) to mark midday. In was on 18 June 2019, and the mishap caused hundred of thousands of people to set their clocks back by 2 minutes;

    2) The video vent viral, and the leading Italian newspapers (“La Stampa”, “Corriere della Sera”) reported the event (or course without providing the link) in the sense that a) it was a technical problem, b) the lady eventually managed to fire the gun without any help from anybody, and c) to dare suggesting otherwise was “disgusting sexism”.

    • Thanks: Old Prude
  61. @John Henry

    Of course it bloody matters!

  62. anon[771] • Disclaimer says:

    In fairness to women, she doesn’t look like she even knew how to handle the cannon. Was she given any training for the ceremony or did they assume she could work it out?

  63. Dissident says:
    @Anonymous

    Anonymous[199] wrote of AnotherDad:

    You are nothing but a transsexual witch doctor and pipe smoking smut merchant.

    My humble assessment of those rather bold assertions follows. (If I may be so bold to presume that it might be of interest to anyone…)

    Odds that AD is a transsexual or a witch doctor: Extremely low.

    Odds that AD is a smut merchant* (at least in any generally accepted, usual sense of the term): Probably quite low. Medium at most.

    [*As opposed to a mere consumer of smut. For just about any male on the Internet, the odds of falling within said latter category are undoubtedly quite a bit higher than many would care to acknowledge. (And certainly much higher than, from any number of perspectives, is desirable.)]

    Odds that AD smokes a pipe: Well within the realm of probability. Possibly even relatively high. At least such would appear to be not at all implausible.

    Odds aside, how much would any of those, for our purposes here, even really matter?

    Of greater interest and general relevance in so far as AnotherDad‘s commenting is concerned, I would contend, is the thinking alluded-to in the following quote from his comment (the one, in this thread, that our fine Anonymous[199] had directed his reply to).

    Men are somewhat to a lot better at most things involving interaction with the material world–which is most things. (And thus smart–mostly white, some Asian–men have given us a world of amazing material abundance, for which we all should be thankful.)

    Granted, I do not know that I would, could or even be inclined in the first place to object-to or challenge any of the above statements themselves.

    [MORE]
    Up until the final clause of the final (parenthetical) sentence, they would appear to essentially consist of little more than mere accurate statements of fact. And the assertion in the final clause, that “we all should be thankful” for the specified contributions of the specified demographics, is not one that I know that I would, could, or even be inclined to take exception with.

    Thus, the particular statements from AD that I have quoted above, if considered in isolation, would likely not be particularly instructive, telling or otherwise remarkable. At least not in any negative or decidedly unfavorable way. Like any number of other individuals who comment regularly here, however, AD’s commenting history is rife with instances in which he unequivocally and unambiguously expresses and exhibits a viewpoint that is emphatically materialistic, and also simplistically reductionist— particularly and especially biologically reductionist. Darwinian. What we might call an HBD absolutist. A viewpoint in which material wealth, technological advancement, and output (whether art, music, literature, theater, etc.) that is merely aesthetically/ sensually pleasing*, or even technically or intellectually meritorious* are held-up as the ultimate good; as ends unto themselves.

    [*but not necessarily (and in many cases, emphatically not) correct, redeeming, noble or even merely acceptable by any metric of transcendent morality]

    A viewpoint, moreover, in which a psycho-social-physiological phenomena as complex and complicated as homoeroticism* is summarily, without qualifications or allowance for exceptions, ascribed to one or more, yet-to-be-identified, wholly biological and ultimately curable causes.

    (*Or perhaps more specifically, erotic carnal homophilia. I attempt to minimize use of a term such as homosexuality, finding it inherently oxymoronic (thanks Reg) and also too ambiguous.)

    AnotherDad says:
    May 22, 2018 at 2:02 pm GMT • 2.9 years ago • 200 Words ↑

    Homosexuality should be one of these things that as medicine advances we can figure out the cause and stop.
    [….]
    I don’t have a timeframe, i’d bet within a century homosexuality will be–new hires–mostly dead. And humanity to [sic] can move into the bright sunlit uplands of a fag free future.

    Sure. The only question is whether we will reach such “bright sunlit uplands” before or after the ones that will be brought about by such breakthroughs as the eradication of degenerative disease, and the arresting of the aging process, allowing Man to maintain the vigor of his prime years well into his final, greatly extended ones. Who knows, perhaps eventually, say another millennium or two, we might even figure-out how to achieve immortality. I mean, the sky’s the limit, right? At least as long as the scourge of Minoritarianism isn’t allowed to hold back the boundless, inherent ingenuity of White (and some Asian) men.
    (The above, for anyone who has not been paying close enough attention, was sarcasm.)

Current Commenter
says:

Leave a Reply - Comments are moderated by iSteve, at whim.


 Remember My InformationWhy?
 Email Replies to my Comment
Submitted comments have been licensed to The Unz Review and may be republished elsewhere at the sole discretion of the latter
Commenting Disabled While in Translation Mode
Subscribe to This Comment Thread via RSS Subscribe to All Steve Sailer Comments via RSS
PastClassics
The unspoken statistical reality of urban crime over the last quarter century.
The Shaping Event of Our Modern World
Analyzing the History of a Controversial Movement