Now I’ve seen everything – this town in Brazil is populated and run by women, and they’re looking for disposable beta provider males to wife them up. From the article:
A town where the entire population is made up of young women has made an appeal for single men – but only those willing to live by female rules.
How did this town come to be female-only?
The settlement dates back to the 1890s, when a young woman and her family were excommunicated from the Catholic church after she was accused of adultery.
Slowly more single women and mother-only families joined the community, and over the decades several attempts by men to interfere in their way of life made them adopt a strictly ‘no male’ policy.
One would think a target-rich environment would have no problem attracting men…until you read what life is like for any man that marries these women and any sons that result – it’s the ultimate “disposable male” story, even for the male children who’se only crime is their gender:
Sons are sent away when they reach 18 and no other men are permitted to live in the town, which sits in a remote valley 60 miles east of Belo Horizonte.
Although some are married with families, their husbands are made to work away from home, only being allowed to return at weekends.
The joys of divorce-rape even while being married.
I’m thinking that an in-depth investigation would tell a rather different story compared to the idyllic female paradise. If the the town is made up of mostly under-35 women, the question naturally is – where’s the older women? Maybe all is not as “happy in paradise” as they make it out to be…
Read the article for the full story: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/town-entire-population-made-up-4113722#ixzz3BjjH3wUC
and a confused one at that – this is why you pay attention to what people do as opposed to what they say.
From the Epic Fail files – http://www.indianagazette.com/news/police-courts/woman-guilty-of-downloading-child-porn,20450234/
A Clymer woman faces a maximum of nine years in prison and could face sanctions under Megan’s Law after being convicted of charges related to child pornography Tuesday in Indiana County Court.
A jury of six men and six women returned a guilty verdict against Meri Jane Woods, 43, of Route 580, after about 1 hours of deliberations.
Police and prosecutors said Woods had tried to frame her husband, Matthew Woods, about one year ago when she told investigators that he had downloaded images of child pornography to the computer in their home.
Using technological investigative techniques, police computer experts almost immediately ruled out Matthew Woods’ involvement by finding the images date-stamped between Aug. 11 and 14, 2013.
Matthew Woods had been forced from the home before that time by a protection-from-abuse order, prosecutors told the jury.
Meri Woods found the porn on her own, District Attorney Patrick Dougherty said.
“She download in excess of 40 images of different acts of child pornography to the family computer, took it to the state police and said, ‘My husband downloaded all this porn,’” Dougherty said.
Judge Thomas Bianco scheduled sentencing for Dec. 15 to allow time for an evaluation of Woods by the Pennsylvania Sexual Offenders Assessment Board, which could recommend mandatory registration with the state police for up to 15 years, Dougherty said.
Husband comes home, has lunch, then leaves for work. His wife discovers something he left behind, and debates with herself what to do about it…
Red-pillism’s are showing up more and more in the main stream media. FoxNews recently hosted a discussion on the topic of ‘beta marriages’ where the idea is that a couple can setup housekeeping for 2 years and then decide to dissolve the relationship w/out going through divorce proceedings.
Geraldo is opposed to this idea on the grounds that it deprives women of the one thing they bring to the marriage table – their youth. Specifically:
“I know this may provoke a Stephen Smith-like reaction, but I think essentially — although there’s an increase in two-income marriages — generally speaking, the man is the breadwinner, more often than not, although now increasingly women do work. But what I think a woman brings to a marriage more than anything else, to a relationship, is her youth. Her youth is a fragile and diminishing resource. So if a woman were to invest two years in one of these marriages, and then to be rejected by the man, I think that she has given up a valuable asset that is unequal — in other words, the man gets everything and the woman gets nothing from this arrangement.”
Afterwards Geraldo went to twitter to defend his position from the predictable backlash: