Lord Feverstone


29 September 2006

Lord Feverstone’s Commentary

Musings of a Christian monarchist on life, government, society, theology, etc.

A fine blog, well worth reading.

Ladies, life as a man is not the paradise of freedom, leisure and privilege you seem to think it is. The feminists lied to you. Working, which is essentially every man’s destiny, is something I personally find grossly overrated and quite loathsome the preponderance of the time. Do I have a realistic opportunity to have a woman support me? No!

posted by Duncan Idaho @ 11:04 PM


At 4:00 AM, phoenix said…

I and many other males have often wished we were born as females. If just not to be second class citizens, not even because of the ridiculously preferential treatment women get.


At 11:54 AM, nevo said…

There’s no reason to feel second class citizens. That’s only if you let them to treat you like that.
I never took that sort of crap from my ex, and that is partly the reason she asked for a divorce.
Life is with man’s dignity or is no life at all.
Unless, of course, you have a humiliating fetish. That’s an altogether different story.



At 5:14 PM, phoenix said…

It has nothing to really do with letting women treat you one way or the other, it has everything to do with how the government treats you, and how employers treat you. It’s obvious if you look at policies and how the matriarchy treats men that we’re definitely second class citizens. Actually, if it was just women, it’d be easy, the real problem is daddy government and manginas in power.


At 11:43 PM, pete said…

phoenix, I hear you loud and clear. My sister just had a baby, and I found myself very happy at the news that it was a baby girl. If it was a boy, it would be treated like shit by the parents and by society, so why not a girl.

Studies have shown that parents and bystanders will wait longer before picking up a crying baby boy than a crying female infant. Baby boys learn early on in life that no one will come to their aid if they scrape their knee, while people will rush to help a female in the same situation.

Makes me quite sad really.


At 2:03 AM, Lord Feverstone said…

Thank you, Duncan, for your flattering appraisal of my blog. It means a great deal to me, especially when it comes from the author of one of the most informative, entertaining blogs on the Web.


At 8:56 AM, Masculist Man said…

Hey guys,

If the revolution happened tomorrow the perks women enjoyed would be gone and we wouldn’t be the ones to be second class citizens.


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