Pussy Fury: What Does it Mean?
December 18, 2018
(left. Self described "Nasty Women" Ashley Judd and Madonna. See Judd's psychotic speech.)
Updated from Jan 2010 and March 2017
An excellent independent movie, "The Business of Strangers" (2001) explores the effect feminism has had on modern women. Writer/director Patrick Stettner illustrates how American women have traded the honored social role of wife and mother for the sterility, and banality of corporate culture.
This is what movies should do: Reflect modern life. Yet this brilliant movie bombed (or was torpedoed) at the box office, making less than $500,000. Fortunately, critics liked it and it is widely available on DVD.
Two women are stranded overnight at an airport hotel while on a sales trip. Stockard Channing, left, plays "Julie Styron," successful divorced 45-ish VP Sales whose best friend is her secretary.
Julia Stiles plays Paula Murphy, a tough 25-ish "writer" who works the overhead projector.
The movie shows how career has supplanted family for women like Styron. Feminism promised that women could have both, but this did not happen.
Forty seven per cent of 40-something women with professional degrees have no children. Only 14% of these women said they didn't want children. ("Creating a Life: Professional Life and the Quest for Children" by Sylvia Ann Hewitt)
Styron is fired without warning. But when she immediately lands an even better job as a CEO, she is strangely indifferent.
ODE TO WASTE & FRUSTRATION
In the hotel bar with Styron, Paula recognizes Nick Harris a slick young corporate head-hunter played by Fred Weller. He is the man who raped her best friend years ago at a frat party. She lures him to Styron's suite and puts tranquilizers in his drink.
However, later it emerges that Nick is a rapist in her mind only. Styron learns that he had never been to the city where the rape had supposedly taken place.
"WHAT DOES WOMAN WANT?"
The great Sigmund Freud was unable to answer this question despite "thirty years of research into the feminine soul."
Chaucer's "Wife of Bath" knew the answer: Woman wants to be loved. She'll do anything for love, even become a feminist.
Many Western women today are dysfunctional because they are getting contradictory messages. Society tells them to be "strong and independent," i.e. successful in a career.
But this behavior is masculine and makes men feel redundant. Men don't like these women. Thus women are doing what society tells them to do, yet are not getting the male love they expect and need.
Women are loved when they put their husband and children before themselves. It is feminine to self efface. Men love these women because they become part of them.
A single friend characterized a typical date this way. He describes his work and seeks affirmation and respect. She describes her work and seeks affirmation and respect from him. They never see each other again. (They are already competing.)
This is NOT how heterosexuals mate. Women are hypergamous, which means they seek men of higher power and status. Nurses marry doctors.
There are over 900 Women's Studies Programs in the United States teaching impressionable young women to deny their biological differences. Men have ten times the testosterone levels as women. Yet, according to "Issues in Feminism: An Introduction to Women's Studies" femininity is "patriarchal mind control." They are told "the best slaves are the ones who don't even know they are slaves." Who authorized this indoctrination in lesbian dysfunction?
This vicious state-sponsored hoax is ruining millions of lives. The CIA and the Rockefeller Foundation sponsor it. The super rich use tax-exempt foundations to promote Communism, according to the 1954 Reese Committee Report of the U.S. Congress.
Feminism is another manifestation of Communism, which was always dedicated to the destruction of marriage and family. People without stable families are easy to distract and control. Sex starved, isolated, and dysfunctional, the few children they have are also messed up. The U.S. birth rate is at the lowest point in history.
WOMAN THE MULTIPLIER (MAN X WOMAN = CHILDREN)
A woman's elaborate reproductive apparatus has a profound influence on her psyche. Each month she produces an egg and she is devoted to seeing that egg fertilized, then to giving birth and raising a child.
On the other hand, a woman is the fertile ground for a man's spirit to grow. First she accepts his spirit. Then she accepts his seed, from which a child grows.
Men need to be lovingly received and affirmed. Women need to be possessed and cultivated. This is wholeness. Their child symbolizes it.
When this connection is stymied, we have arrested development. Many women become angry and psychotic like Styron and Murphy. Men have become detached and selfish. Both are obsessed with sex.
The media makes women appear like remote goddesses but they are passionate sexual creatures that need committed love and direction from a man.
In a true marriage, two people become one. Each complements the other. Women's strengths should not be the same as men's and vice versa.
Independence is the big issue in feminist marriages. They are mergers, a pooling of assets designed to achieve economic and sexual synergies. The two people fail to bond and remain immature. They struggle for power and break up.
Heterosexual society has been under sustained psychological attack designed to arrest human development and decrease population. Feminism is the weapon of choice. It encourages women to deny their femininity and act like men.
Feminine women are characterized by selflessness. They are not hunters. They are not killers. They are a little vulnerable in a worldly sense. How do men respond to them? By wanting to nurture and protect them. This is how men love. This is what women want.
In "The Business of Strangers" both women have become hunters. As a result, they hate men but worse they hate themselves. Victims of a diabolical plot, they have mutated. They need a man's love in order to be themselves again.
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