Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Men Are Out of Touch With Their Feelings?

By now, we have all heard the Official Feminist Truth that "men are out of touch with their feelings".  We know it is a vicious assault on the male psyche, meant to undermine the spiritual autonomy of men. Personally, I recommend the aloof, disengaged, stoical demeanor to any man on earth -- with the occasional ironic grimace or arched eyebrow for variety's sake. This is a noble, honorable and enjoyable way to live -- the way of the sage, the philosopher, the superior man. And damn anybody who says otherwise.

All right. Now I will share with you a motherlode of information on this topic. This gets to the bottom of it -- to the very wellspring of all that feminist dirt and poison, in the cultural ambient, which you've long been vaguely aware of. Do you know what the word "alexithymia" means? Well, you are about to learn:


Blogger ScareCrow said...

As a man, I am not sure how I feel about this essay Fidelbogen.


In all seriousness, in my small corner of the world, it seems like women are in a constant state of emotional turmoil - not men.

It seems like the "men are out of touch with their feelings" is moreso a way of saying. "as a woman, my feelings are the only ones that matter".

Combine that attitude with the constant state of emotional turmoil, erroneous sense of vindictiveness against men (via feminism's factoids and herstory revisions), and VOILA!!!

You have our modern society.

6:51 PM  
OpenID Eric said...

All anybody has to do is examine the rate of abortions, divorces, and single-mothers to see which gender is less capable of 'feelings' (or at least empathy) for others.

Feminism has cultivated in women an amoral narcissism that would be labelled as sociopathic in any man who behaved likewise.

7:24 PM  
Anonymous TDOM said...

Dr. Levant is simply one more in a long list of those who is attempting to pathologize normal male behavior. In his mind the expression of emotion is considered a "healthy" response, while the non-expression of emotion is considered pathological. In other words, the female condition is the healthy one while the male condition is pathological.

Of course I's be rather certain that he would also consider the expression of anger, jealousy, frustration, (insert so-called negative emotion here), to be pathological when thoe emotions are expressed by men.

The ability to be "in control" of one's emotions could be the more highly evolved behavior since emotional expression could be linked more closely to animal behavior and suppression of emotion linked to higher cognitive function.

The view that men lack emotional awareness stems directly from the feminist ideological concept of female moral superiority, which is a concept that has no basis in science.

10:36 AM  

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