Monday, February 25, 2013

The Feminization of Society Part 2 - How Feminization Creates a Better World

Like I said in the prior article of this series, the feminization of society has been in progress for a while now and in my opinion the rate of feminization is increasing. Why is this a good thing for society? And, if feminization is such a good thing, how can we accelerate it and put it to use for the benefit of society?

In truth, I doubt that I need to spend a lot of time going over the benefits of a feminized society in detail. For most who might read this, it is as simple as the fact that we consider women to be superior to men, sissy or otherwise. And if women are superior, then a feminized society is self-evidently superior to one where masculine traits rule. With that in mind, I just want to hit on a few main points.

The first is crime. Men commit far more crimes of all kinds than women do. The prison population of the United States is weighted toward men by a factor of nine to one! Obviously the more feminized a society becomes, the more beneficial the effect will be on the crime rate. Perhaps this can be seen in the fact that the rates for almost all types of crimes have been declining for the past few decades, the very time period that the feminization rate of society has been increasing.

Another is war. Violence and territoriality are quintessentially masculine traits. When these attributes are implemented on a societal level they naturally and often lead to conflict between societies. Nurturing, negotiation and cooperation are most often thought of as feminine attributes. On a societal level, these lead to conflict resolution, peace, and advancement for all sides in situations that might otherwise escalate into conflict. As the feminization of society penetrates the area of government, which I expect to happen as the higher education rate for women proceeds, I fully expect that incidents of conflicts between societies will decrease.

And lastly, the status of women. The impression that women are inferior to men is happily no longer overt in  advanced societies in general. But a residual undercurrent is still there. This can easily be seen in the different reactions to little girls that are "boyish" and little boys that are "girly." Boyish girls are called "tomboys" and the term carries no negative connotations. However, girly boys are called "sissies" and the term is almost always used in a derogatory way. This impression is inflicted on children and continues, at least at a subconscious level, into adulthood, where it might be manifested in any number of attitudes or actions. In a fully feminized society, this would not, and will not, be the case.

These are just a few of the benefits that feminization has for society in general. Next time I want to talk about how feminization of society might be accelerated and how feminization techniques can be used to make improvements in everybody's lives here and now.

Once again, thanks so much for reading! Let me know of your thoughts in the comments, by email, at Experience Project, or in Club Sissy or Yahoo Messenger chat.

Friday, February 8, 2013

The Feminization of Society Part 1 - What is Societal Feminization?

Lately I have been thinking a lot about something that I think is important to the well-being of civilization: the feminization of society. In this series I want to ponder various aspects of societal feminization, what it is, why I consider it to be important, the progress of feminization and my impression that is accelerating. I also want to suggest that sissies, beyond just participating in, can and should play a larger role in the feminization of society.

What do I mean by "feminization of society?" Basically that, when a society that is undergoing feminization, the feminine influence is on the ascendancy and masculine influence is declining. Feminization of a society takes place from two ends of a spectrum. On one end is the empowerment of women. And on the other, the "depowerment" of men.

I consider the feminization of Western society to be well under way. It started slowly, has suffered setbacks, but has been accelerating in recent years. Women had been fighting for the vote and the ability to run for office long before August of 1920, but that is when the 19th Amendment was passed, and it seems as good a time as any to be considered the beginning of the feminization of American society. The changes since then have been nothing short of revolutionary.

Women used to be "second class citizens," subject to the will of men, economically dependent, absent from the workplace or in subservient positions, undereducated and considered adept only at housekeeping and mothering. Now women are fully integrated into society, often completely independent of any man, make up over half of the workforce, and are gaining college degrees at a much higher rate than men. On the "feminization of society spectrum" that I mentioned earlier, this is the "empowerment of women" side. I am not saying that the process is complete, but the change in the balance of power has been profound.

The education aspect is especially significant. Today, over sixty percent of college degrees go to women. If the trends keep up, two out of three or even more will go to women in the near future. This is critical because these educated women will be the workplace superiors of their less-educated male peers. Women will soon run the major businesses and corporations, not to mention the government, if this trend keeps up. This change will be the major contributor to the "depowerment of men" end of the societal feminization spectrum.

So you see, the feminization of society is well underway and shows no signs of slowing. In fact, there is every reason to believe that it will accelerate as educated women assume positions of power in the coming years. Next time I want to talk more about why the feminization of society is important on my way to ultimately tying sissies into the overall trend toward feminization and our role in it.

Thanks for reading and hope to see you again soon! Until then, here is a great article on the decline of men and the ascendency of women:

The End of Men