The act of societal violence called patriarchy denies me beauty. I, as a man, in a culture where other men, to protect their cultural dominance, have divorced beauty from manhood am forced to give myself value in the ways that the dominant culture have prescribed. I have access to giving myself value through power, wealth, cruelty, and bullying.
I refuse to pursue value through these means. They may make me socially relevant, and “popular,” but I’m unwilling to pay the personal and spiritual cost. I’m not willing to be that kind of man.
In my embrace of matriarchy and an empowered womanhood I have the ability to making myself valuable in other ways. I can be beautiful for the sake of beauty, I can be simply ornamental.
I can be quiet, gentle, obedient, biddable. I can do my chores, I can cook dinner, I will always have a place to sit, on my cushion on the floor. I’d rather be kissed on the forehead than feared. I’d rather Ma’am brush my hair and tell me I’m pretty than make me a sandwich.
I’ve long advocated female supremacy and the superior state of matriarchy but have never had a platform for advocacy of my views. My fiancee asked if I would find it rewarding to run a blog on the topic and I knew I had to give it a try.
Ma’am was right, I’ve only been establishing and posting to this blog a short while, but its already been very rewarding and informative. I hope you can find something rewarding here as well.
I’m very grateful that Ma’am has voiced me in this way, and given me a platform to speak. I’m also very grateful that Ma’am has accepted proposal of marriage and that when I put a ring around her finger, she put one around my neck.
Myra Pollack Sadker (via livmylife)
Erasing women from history is an act of violence in conflict with nature.