Women are engulfed for about 90 minutes every day by irrational thoughts,
and an almost irresistible desire for inflicting emotional, verbal or physical abuse upon their
partners and their children.
Is this true? Well, it's just as true as the often-quoted declaration that
men think about sex
every 15 seconds.
While this is often said in jest, there is a much more sinister motivation
behind those who like to
promote this ubiquitous piece of misandric propaganda.
The idea that men think about sex every 15 seconds is a feminist-inspired
mostly to perpetuate the idea that men are pretty much pre-occupied with sex for every minute
that they are awake. It is a way of demeaning men and suggesting that they are constantly being
aroused by their own salacious thoughts or by the presence of a sexual object.
This ridiculous notion is not as innocuous as it might seem to some, because
it validates false
accusations from a variety of sources.
He abused me in the shed. He sexually harassed me at the office. He raped me in the woods.
All these become very believable if people are genuinely made to believe
that men are so totally
immersed in sexual fantasies and desires that they are, therefore, highly likely to act upon
them, with or without the consent of the 'victim'.
To propagate the myth that men think about sex every 15 seconds is an excellent
ensuring that women are more credible when they make accusations, and they increase the
probability of successfully prosecuting men for some kind of sexual assault.
The truth of the matter is that some piece of 'research' has simply discovered
that men, on
average, think about sex for about an hour a day - which is hardly a surprising discovery, and
nothing to shout about. Since this one hour represents about one-fifteenth of a man's waking
hours, then the feminist-inspired spin simply recalibrates this to one second out of every 15
seconds. By doing this, men can be reduced to thoughtless, spontaneously reactive zombies who
are triggered into thinking about sex every 15 seconds.
Well, since the average woman spends some three days in every month struggling
negative emotions caused by pre-menstrual tension, this suggests that about one-tenth of her
waking life is spent thinking and behaving in an irrational and provocative manner.
And this boils down to about 90 minutes a day.
In other words, the average woman pretty much experiences Permanent Menstrual Tension!
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