Friday, December 08, 2006

Hidden message in Michael Noer's article?

I've been reading through the PDF I posted yesterday (I'm on page 518 of 5972 right now) and I was just thinking about Noer's statement here:

To be clear, we're not talking about a high-school dropout minding a cash register. For our purposes, a "career girl" has a university-level (or higher) education, works more than 35 hours a week outside the home and makes more than $30,000 a year.

Is this the first mention of the Marriage Strike in the media, nay, the first "advice" column telling men to avoid marriage altogether? Let's face it, pretty much any decently middle class woman is going to be earning $25-30k as soon as she gets out of college. Combine that with the fact that pretty much any woman is not going to be ready to marry straight out of high school - there is a very negative opinion of such women, trailer trash etc. Women outnumber men in college across the board, remember.

So, is Michael Noer essentially telling us to avoid American women altogether? Is he telling men that our marriage strike is justified and backed up by studies and statistics? Is Corcoran a crazy bitch?

Yes, yes, and YES!

I think that he is telling men to think twice about marrying today - even if that was not his point, he is inadvertently telling us to avoid pretty much most women in the marriage market today. He did not dwell much on the divorce culture prevalent in the west today, but it was as far as anyone in a mainstream publication has gone. He is telling us that they are very likely to be unhappy if they quit the workplace, unhappy if they remain in the workplace, and unhappy if they earn more than their husband.

The problem with them being unhappy is that they tend to whine, and that whining leads to all sorts of slime coming out and encouraging them to divorce the loser and take him for all he's worth!

They are also more likely to not raise children properly and not maintain the household properly. What a splendid deal! Give up your freedom and your money, all for a nagging bitch who doesn't appreciate you and whose feminist ideology tells her to make him kiss her ass 24/7.


  1. Women not only have an inflated idea of self-riteousness, but they are also notoriously self-centered.

    This mentality makes women believe that they can never be wrong. That no matter what they do - whether it be sleep around, put off marriage to pursue a career, gain weight, etc. They will still be desirable to men as relationship partners. And the sad part is, many men are so desperate to get laid that they reinforce this behavior in women by not exercising proper care in selecting a mate. However, when men do not respond, their reactions are: "who needs men?" or "there are no real men out there" and the like.

    Noer's article made assertions about career women and was backed by statistics and studies. It was unequivocally clear that career women (and given his definition of a career woman, he means virtually all women in America)made poor marriage partners. This tore apart the idealized self image women had of themselves.

    Was their reaction one of realization and steps towards self-improvement?

    Not in the least. It was one of tantrums, screeching, venom, and whining. The same type of behavior exhibited by children when they don't get what they want.

  2. Bruce,

    100% Agreed. It's exactly why I argue on my Spot that women are impressionable creatures, and men are obligated to manage them.

    Just looking around the Fematrix, it becomes clear that women are behaving just as Cultural Marxists and others programmed them to act.


    Thanks for coming to the Indystar board!

    Greatly appreciate it. I've been trying to drive some sense into some of these woman types, but to no avail.

    The only good part is that some of the men might wake up and join our team!

    Thanks again.

  3. "Not in the least. It was one of tantrums, screeching, venom, and whining. The same type of behavior exhibited by children when they don't get what they want."

    The funny thing is, by exhibiting this kind of behavior the women are making Noer's point for him! They proved him right!

  4. Pete,

    That's a VERY insightful take on Noer's article! I didn't catch that when I read it previously. Reading his defninition of a career chick, he IS telling us to avoid them; he is advocating a marriage strike. That's awesome, baby!