F. Roger Devlin Quotes

Best 18 Quotes by F. Roger Devlin

“A society-wide failure of men to take charge of women is likely to produce a great deal of conscious or unconscious sexual frustration in women which may express itself as sadism.”

“If Tammy Wynette never took up with a man who failed to abuse her, there can be only one explanation: Tammy had a thing for nasty boys.

If you put a woman like this in a room with a dozen men, within five minutes she would be exclusively focused on the meanest, most domineering and brutal fellow in the room.”

“Is the Violence Against Women Act an attempt to get back at men for their failure to put women in their place?”

“It’s men, not women who have been the builders, sustainers, and defenders of civilization.”

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“A woman develops an emotional bond with her mate through the sexual act itself.”

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“Envy of the male role has devastating consequences for women’s performance of their own proper role as well.

Although it may be a secondary or supporting one in relation to men, it is indispensable for the survival of the race: the woman bears, nurtures, and to a great extent educates the rising generation.

The feminist either refuses to fulfill her natural role or at best does so resentfully, sullenly, and poorly.

For that reason, feminism should not be treated merely as a personal folly on the part of some misguided or spoiled women — it is a mortal threat to any society in which it truly takes hold.

Enemies of heterossexual cooperation and procreation ar enemies of the human race.”

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“Feminist theory, as it is grandiloquently called, is simply whatever the women in the movement come up with in post facto justification of their attitudes and emotions.

A heavy focus on feminist doctrine seems to me symptomatic of the rationalist fallacy: the assumption that people are motivated primarily by beliefs. If they were, the best way to combat an armed doctrine would indeed be to demonstrate that its beliefs are false.

A feminist in the strict and proper sense may be defined as a woman who envies the male role.
By the male role I mean, in the first place, providing, protecting, and guiding rather than nurturing and assisting.

This in turn envolves relative independence, action, and competition in the larger impersonal society outside the family, the use of language for communication and analysis (rather than expressiveness or emotional manipulation), and deliberate behavior aiming at objective achievement (rather than the attainment of pleasant subjective states) and guided by practical reasoning (rather than emotional impulse).

Both feminist and non-feminist women sense that these characteristically male attributes have a natural primacy over their own. I prefer to speak of 'primacy' rather than superiority in this context since both sets of traits are necessary to propagate the race.

One sign of male primacy is that envy of the female role by men is virtually nonexistent — even, so far as I know, among homosexuals. Normal women are attracted to male traits and wish to partner with a man who possesses them.

The feminists’ response to the primacy of male traits, on the other hand, is a feeling of inadequacy in regard to men — a feeling ill-disguised by defensive assertions of her 'equality'.

She desires to possess masculinity directly, in her own person, rather than partnering with a man. That is what leads her into the spiritual cul de sac of envy.

And perhaps even more than she envies the male role itself, the feminist covets the external rewards attached to its successful performance: social status, recognition, power, wealth, and the chance to control wealth directly (rather than be supported).”

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“In an affluent society, even men of well-below-average provisioning capability can easily reproduce at above replacement rate. They may, for that matter, be better husbands and fathers than most wealthy men.

Considered rationally, therefore, general prosperity ought to lead to a flourishing society of moderately large families. But the female sex instinct, as the reader may possibly have noticed, is not rational.

It is triggered by relative rather than absolute wealth, and so men’s sexual attractiveness is still determined by their status within the social hierarchy as perceived by women.”

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“In the environment in which we evolved, the careful choice of a mate was critical to a female’s success in passing on her genes. If her man was not strong enough to be a successful hunter, or not of sufficiently high rank within the tribe to commandeer food from others, her children might be in trouble.

The women who were reproductively successful were those with a sexual preference for effective providers. A kind of erotic 'tunnel vision' was selected for, which causes women to focus their mating effort on the men at the top of the pack — the 'alpha males' with good physical endowments, social rank, and economic resources (or an ability to acquire them).”

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“Motherhood has always been the best remedy for female narcissism.”

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“My great-grandmother raised nine children to adulthood in a world without supermarkets, refrigerators, or washing machines. She did not have much time to search for 'unconditional love' or 'commitment', because she was too busy practicing it herself.

Most of her life was taken up with the unceasing procurement and preparation of food for her husband and children. Yet she got along fine without romance novels, child custody gamesmanship, or psychotherapy; she was, I am told, always cheerful and contented.

This is something beyond the imagination of barren, resentful feminists. It is the satisfaction which results from knowing that one is carrying out a worthwhile task to the best of one’s abilities, a satisfaction nothing else in life can give.

We are here today because this is the way women used to behave; we cannot continue long under the present system of rotating polyandry.”

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“No woman is owed economic support, children, respect or love. The woman who accepts and lives by correct principles thereby earns the right to make certain demands upon her husband; being female entitles her to nothing.”

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“Our long-postponed day of financial reckoning appears finally to be at hand, and it may well turn out to be something we should not wish away.

When ordinary people are brought to understand that the state is unable to ensure their material well-being, children will again be perceived as long term assets: necessary replacements for the Social Security swindle and state-seized or inflation eroded private pension funds rather than obstacles to greater consumption.

Amid the collapse of political finance, we may be able to regain a sense of the timeless purpose of labor and wealth. Our children may learn to find the satisfaction in the simple daily fact of family survival that we were unable to find in all our economic overreaching.”

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“Sex is too important a matter to be left to the independent judgment of young women, because young women rarely possess good judgment.

The overwhelming majority of women will be happier in the long run by marrying an ordinary man and having children than by seeking sexual thrills, ascending the corporate heights or grinding out turgid tracts on gender theory.

A woman develops an emotional bond with her mate through the sexual act itself; this is why arranged marriages (contrary to Western prejudice) are often reasonably happy.

Romantic courtship has its harms, but is finally dispensable; marriage is not dispensable.”

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“The gullible women who entered the workforce at the urging of feminists quickly discovered that they did not like it very much (despite their feminine advantages enumerated above). Work turned out to be... well, a lot of work.

Their response to the broken promises of feminism, however, was not to blame the ideologues for having made them or themselves for having believed them; it was to blame men.

Men simply had to re-engineer the world of work until women found it 'fulfilling'. And feminism would lead the way again. (One of the movement’s greatest strengths has been this ability to profit politically from its own failures.)”

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“The traditional community of property in a marriage, i.e., the wife’s claim to support from her husband, should again be made conditional on her being a wife to him.

She may run off with the milkman if she wishes — leaving her children behind, of course (a woman willing to do this is perhaps na unfit mother in any case); but she may not evict her husband from his own house and replace him with the milkman, nor continue to extract resources from the husband she has abandoned.

Until sensible reforms are instituted, men must refuse to leave themselves prey to a criminal regime which forces them to subsidize their own cuckolding and the abduction of their children.

The date r*pe issue can be solved overnight by restoring shotgun marriage — but with the shotgun at the woman’s back. The 'victim' should be told to get into the kitchen and fix supper for her new lord and master. Not exactly a match made in heaven, but at least the baby will have both a father and a mother.

urthermore, after the birth of her child, the woman will have more important things to worry about than whether the act by which she conceived it accorded with some Women’s Studies professor’s newfangled notion of 'true consent'. Motherhood has always been the best remedy for female narcissism.”

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“What benefit do women derive from imprisoning men as date r*pists apart from gratification of a desire for revenge? Seeing men punished may even confirm morally confused women in their mistaken sense of victimhood.

Resentment tends to feed upon itself, like an itch that worsens with scratching. Women are reinforced in the belief that it is their right for men’s behavior to be anything they would like it to be.

They become less inclined to treat men with respect or to try to learn to understand or compromisse with them. In a word, they learn to think and behave like spoiled children, expecting everything and willing to give nothing.

Men, meanwhile, respond to this in ways that are not difficult to predict. They may not (at first) decline sexual liaisons with such women, because the woman’s moral shortcomings do not have too great an effect upon the sexual act itself.

But, quite rationally, they will avoid any deeper involvement with them. So women experience fewer, shorter and worse marriages and 'relationships' with men.

But they do not blame themselves for the predicament they are in; they refuse to see any connection between their own behavior and their loneliness and frustration.

Thus we get ever more frequent characterizations of men as r*pists and predators who mysteriously refuse to commit.”

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“Women frequently express indignation at their inability to find a replacement for the husband they walked out on: I call them the angry adulteresses.”

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