Real world effects of gynocentrism gone rampant

Again, false accusation of rape, the ruining of lives. The reason? Gynocentrism gone unchecked. Would this have happened to a woman were the roles reversed? I doubt it.

I congratulate Laura Wilson for coming forward to help Scott Espinoza. He spent 589 days in jail, and avoided a 35 year sentence but is forever branded a rapist because of a false rape allegation.

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7 thoughts on “Real world effects of gynocentrism gone rampant

  1. Matthew Chiglinsky says:

    People get falsely accused of other crimes too, like burglary and murder, and this guy’s case got reexamined, so I don’t see the conspiracy. A drugged-up whore lied. Show us a normal girl lying about rape, and it might be different.

    Also, it’s basic biology that men are more likely and more easily able to commit rape than women, and men are less sensitive about the issue too, so it’s often a case of “date rape” where they get away with it completely.

    It’s amazing how you are more concerned with the strong men than with the weak female victims.

    • Francis Roy says:

      so I don’t see the conspiracy

      Who said anything about a conspiracy?

      A drugged-up whore lied. Show us a normal girl lying about rape, and it might be different.

      Different than what? And how?

      Also, it’s basic biology that men are more likely and more easily able to commit rape than women

      Is that so? And on what evidence do you base this?

      It’s amazing how you are more concerned with the strong men than with the weak female victims.

      What does strength have to do with it? And yes, I am concerned about men, and I’m concerned that this man spent 500+ days in jail, for something that he did not do. The world turns itself upside down at the hint of a woman being offended, but completely dismiss an innocent man spending more than a year in jail.

  2. Matthew Chiglinsky says:

    I’m not a male feminist, by the way. I may have given you the wrong impression, as I actually try to see both sides of the issue. For instance, I think the punishment for rape should be less harsh, like community service or psychological counseling.

    I wrote about my frustrations with both male and female behavior in a post about a year ago on my own blog:

    https://agalltyr.wordpress.com/2014/04/30/arrogant-sluts-vs-arrogant-rapists/

  3. Matthew Chiglinsky says:

    The word “gynocentrism” is redundant, by the way. We were all born from our mothers’ vaginas (and some of us appreciate that).

    I would like to see conservative gynocentrism as opposed to liberal gynocentrism. That’s the problem I have with feminism. They rely too much on the government. To hell with the government.

    • random stuff says:

      There is nothing redundant about the term. We may have all been born by some woman, but all of those women were knocked up by some man, directly or indirectly, so I don’t see your point there.
      Gynocentricism is an overcorrection of androcentricism. Both are bad, unless it can be clearly demonstrated that one is better than the other in a thriving society. “Equality” for the sake of equality is naive and impracticable. Some people are naturally born followers, while some are naturally inclined to lead. Education and environment might build on our natural tendencies, but they cannot sustainably replace them. Women are not born to lead, for the most part. They are generally reactive by nature, making them natural followers; while men are much more adventurous and therefore leaders. History bears this out without question. And, spare me the “sexism” charge.
      Our civilization will fall ultimately from rampant and unchecked feminism. Have you noticed that marriages, childbearing, chastity, reward for hard work, etc are dwindling by the day, as feminism gains ascendancy in society? With time, the country will grind to a halt, and be overrun by foreigners.

      • Francis Roy says:

        Just so that you know, I’ve banned the person that you’re responding to, but you make some interesting points that I’d like to pick up on.

        Gynocentricism is an overcorrection of androcentricism.

        This is not so. First, this is a very Feminist claim based on the assertion that “androcentrism” is the essence of Patriarchy. It presumes that it was, if not the exclusive mode of perception, then at least the predominant one. The error is classic Feminism: ignore half of the story. All societies have always had both working hand-in-hand, at all times.

        Gynocentrism is the vantage point of females, and is the by product of being born from a female body, and is later supported by culture. The essence is not the gyno- or andro- part, but the centrism part. Our bodies, and the inability to body-swap forces certain assumptions on us. We were born a certain way, and because something is so fundamental to us, we don’t even consider questioning it.

        Consider, humanocentrism, for example. We take sound, vision and mobility for granted, yet ignore certain spectrum of sound and light, because we can’t perceive them. This causes us to sleep at night, and be active by day. “That’s just the way things are.” We have certain drives that other creatures do not seem to possess. These shape our fundamental assumptions of the world, which in turn shapes our behaviour.

        I’m sort of stuck with the problem of expressing something that is very simple and elusively obvious, that finding the right words are a bit difficult. Societies are not X-centric, creatures have an X-centric point of view that influences our overall behaviour.

        Both are bad, unless it can be clearly demonstrated that one is better than the other in a thriving society.

        Neither are good, or bad, they simply are a byproduct of our bodies.

        “Equality” for the sake of equality is naive and impracticable.

        I agree. The question is always “equality” of what? The stand-alone word, without context is meaningless.

        Women are not born to lead, for the most part. They are generally reactive by nature, making them natural followers; while men are much more adventurous and therefore leaders. History bears this out without question.

        I don’t completely agree, but I’ll sort of let it go. Nobody is “born to X.” But because we’re speaking in the very broadest of terms, across all cultures and time periods, including countless people, and we’re talking about trends in the broadest way possible, it’s difficult to address it without getting into a very long discussion. I get where you’re coming from, it’s just that the black-and-white language is a bit of a hammer.

        Our civilization will fall ultimately from rampant and unchecked feminism.

        I don’t believe that at all. I believe that we are currently making corrections, that are taking effect as we speak. This, however, is a multi-generational process.

        Have you noticed that marriages, childbearing, chastity, reward for hard work, etc are dwindling by the day, as feminism gains ascendancy in society?

        This is a local view, in both time and geography. One spike on a chart that spans hundreds of thousands of years is not the whole of the story. Without including factors such as our wealth, accumulated knowledge, technology, the environment that we’ve constructed and comparing it to other places and times, the statement cannot stand on its own.

        With time, the country will grind to a halt, and be overrun by foreigners.

        Again, this is very local. When discussing such issues, we must be very specific as to context, and the context includes all of the history of all of the geography. You seem to be narrowing down to one country, during this generation. That’s not enough to form a conclusion of the overall trend.

        You’ve brought up some interesting points.

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