There’s a reason for almost everything. That people often do things for no reason at all is one of the biggest lies about human nature. Think about that: most everything human beings do is for a reason, and in a sense for a logical reason or at least one that conforms with their own logical system. Sure, maybe it’s crazy logic, but crazy logic has its own set of rules like any other logical system.
The problem with women is that if you don’t understand them, at least some of their behavior seems insane, evil or both. And indeed on the surface, it is not unusual for female behavior to seem insane or even evil or malevolent. Men who see this shake their heads at the crazy behavior and simply conclude that women are nuts. They are outraged at the evil behavior and conclude that females are diabolical at least some of the time.
Both of these are misconceptions.
From a lifetime of studying women, I now conclude that most female behavior, no matter how nuts it seems, is actually done for some logical reason. The problem lies in figuring out the weird logic behind it because female behavior is often bizarre, erratic, convoluted, counterintuitive, hypocritical, and/or contradictory. However, even most of this apparent “irrationality” actually makes sense when you finally start to figure it all out.
Much of what looks evil, wicked or malevolent about female behavior is probably not intentionally done this way. I concluded a while back that most female “evil” is simply due to women following their programmed biological imperatives. She only appears evil when she is acting like a lower mammal, but her behavior is no more evil than that of a female seal or female elk. In other words, they usually aren’t acting evil on purpose; instead, they are just behaving unthinkingly on a very primitive level like lower mammals.
The problem is figuring out the crazy logic or the primitive atavism that is driving any woman at any particular time.
There is a danger to seeing women as crazy. Most men, exposed to the bizarreness of incomprehensible female behavior, simply throw up their hands and conclude that women are insane. They usually start hating women to some extent too, probably due partly to that reason. Low level misogyny seems extremely prevalent among men. I see male clients all the time who display it.
Of course concluding that women are diabolical is likely to make a man pretty misogynistic. Often the same men who think women are lunatics also feel that there is some diabolical about them, and this only increases their misogyny.
Once you realize that the lunacy is simply a wildly convoluted logical system, and the evil is simply a female human acting like a female sea lion, a lot of the confusion, rage and hatred that many men feel towards women can dissipate.
Game and Redpill theory already goes into female “evil” and usually concludes that that “evil” is about as unthinking as the “evil” of a female bird. The problem is that despite that, a lot of redpillers waste a lot of ink going on and on about the evil nature of women. Much of this analysis is exaggerated or flat out wrong. Worse, it tends to accuse women of deliberate wickedness. I do think women act deliberately malevolent at times, but I do not think that is their basic nature, and male deliberate evil causes vastly more societal problems than female malice.
In future posts, I will go into female nuttiness, give you some examples of it, and show you how I analyzed this craziness as actually having logical reasons behind it.
I would like to conclude by reiterating my principal point here. Most human behavior, no matter how nuts, is being done for some sort of a logical reason the logic behind which is often internal to that individual. Sure you can point out how the behavior is ultimately stupid or irrational, but the motivation behind it was some sort of a logical system.
Few things happen for no reason. There’s a reason for almost everything. Maybe a bad reason but a reason nonetheless.
I will now leave you to think about this for the rest of the day if you wish. It is an interesting idea to contemplate.