Tuesday, September 17, 2013

The Wall & The Fall

Chateau Heartiste with another dramatic reminder of the tragedy of our fallen human nature — The Wall, In Fast Forward. Only a true misogynist could laugh "huehuehue" as does the first commenter. A lover of women would echo the later commenter who notes that "it is not with pleasure that we observe these things" and the one who laments, "Poor creatures were lied to and brainwashed by feminism."

The Wall, Roissy defines, "is the moment in time, measured in age, when a woman’s sexual attractiveness, following years of asymptotic approach, finally hits absolute zero." The Fall refers to that "deed that took place at the beginning of the history of man," by which "the whole of human history is marked by the original fault freely committed by our first parents." One cannot understand the former without the latter.

"The Wall means nothing less than the total annihilation of their ability to win the love and commitment of the men they truly desire," Roissy explains, which "is why it’s absolutely critical for a woman to leverage her beauty when it’s at its peak nubility and coax a man into a monogamous, legally binding relationship; for once a man is thus ensnared, inertia, guilt and duty conspire to keep him there past his lover’s sexual expiration date." That's just the way it is.

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