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Subject: Re: Education for males

Michael (Interested)
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Date Posted: 15:55:52 11/24/15 Tue
In reply to: Daniel 's message, "Re: Education for males" on 14:14:00 10/28/15 Wed

When I first saw the title of this thread, I was immediately drawn because I thought it referred to the issue of men's intellectual education, i.e., schooling. For some time I've believed that the whole world would be better off if men were limited to a second-grade education. Naturally the subject matter imparted would largely relate to the subservient role of men, the primacy of women's desires and concerns, the value of feminization, and the absolute imperative to obey all women at all times. I think the second-grade level would be ideal because that's sufficient to read or write a shopping list or housework instructions or a basic recipe, but unlikely to lead to counterproductive thoughts of "equality" or "freedom" or the like.

I write this as a man with a PhD in science who would prefer to be feminized, uneducated, and obedient. This would be a vastly better world if all men were feminized and subjugated, but I see only subtle progress in that direction.

What are the thoughts of others?


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Re: Education for malesSissy rich07:39:01 11/25/15 Wed
Re: Education for malesDaniel08:56:44 11/30/15 Mon

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