Clairvoyant feminism

Abstract: Militant feminism suffers from several problems: 1) Blurred definition of feminine, lost rather than clarified by sex, gender; I show that it is better found in a temperament trait. 2) Collapse of collectivism supported until then by women and not taken up by men. 3) Debacle of heterosexuality which is a complementary pair and … Read more

When women take charge of the couple’s history

Abstract: Genetic sex and cultural gender are not competitors in the study of our behaviors, except when a cultural a priori seeks to manipulate the studies. An example with Ellie Anderson, an American philosopher and gender activist, who sees the woman always alone cleaning, that of the couple’s story this time… Of the kind that … Read more

Disguising your activist ideas with neuroscience

Invading neurons No doubt you have noticed like me this growing undesirable effect of the popularity of neuroscience: it frequently replaces the classical paradigms of psychology by their opposites, without real experimental demonstration, as if reading functional MRIs taught us the springs of the human personality… Examples flood our journals that have become neuro-psychological. The … Read more

What is a woman?

Ariane Nicolas revisits the question of Simone de Beauvoir, 70 years later, in the stormy context of gender transidentity. “A woman, based on my own experience, I don’t know what it is,” she says. The Flying Woman Here are Ariane’s explanations: she knows that she is a woman because society has told her, in her … Read more

SEX and GENDER summary

Abstract: The sex/gender duo is controversial. I present the general line of the blog, anti-partisan —it criticizes the denial of gender as well as the excesses of wokism about it. Then are summarized and listed in preferential reading order the blog articles on gender, sex, feminism and related activism. The general line followed: Let’s run … Read more

From universal feminism to sectarian wokism

Feminism: learning to do without the symbolic In the feminist struggle, positive discrimination has a symbolic role. Essential role at the beginning. It intervenes in a society frozen in its socio-cultural glue. Men and women have a predetermined place in it. Awakened consciences alert others to gradually back control their habits. They will never fully … Read more

Women, desire and consent

What is the history of female desire? Four eras 1) Pleasurocene: archaic epoch of the feminine condition. Raptor man. Sex governed by strict social conventions. The wife finds pleasure in marriage only by luck. Side effects: multiple infidelities, more or less tolerated depending on the time and the cultural background, allowing the woman to obtain … Read more

Masculine subtracted or added to the feminine?

We all have a part of masculine and feminine. Rather than opposites, they feed on each other. Those who experience one of these principles very strongly are hypersexualized. Let’s take the example of the macho: he unconsciously strangles his feminine principle, but knows how to recognize it more acutely than anyone else. He reacts powerfully … Read more

Gender, this obscure object of disorder

This comic by Anne-Charlotte Husson drawn by Thomas Mathieu retraces with great clarity the history of gender studies and the lively controversies they have triggered in France. I highly recommend it. A few caveats: The initial protests of conservative associations against gender studies are said to be linked to a misunderstanding of their role. False. … Read more

What is feminine and masculine?

From frank genetic dualism to gender blurring We know a frank dualism, female/male, genetic sex. He founded a complex organization leading to the adult human. On this floor the dualism woman / man is more blurred. It may have reversed, or created intermediate categories. Gender has replaced sex. Without being completely independent. So what is … Read more