Women are engulfed
for about 90 minutes every day by irrational thoughts, uncontrollable
rage 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 which has
now been circulating for years via the mainstream media.
The idea that men
think about sex every 15 seconds is a feminist-inspired statistic
designed 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.
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 the public is indoctrinated with the view that men are so
totally immersed in sexual fantasies and desires that they are
highly likely to act upon them impulsively, with or without the consent of the
To propagate the
myth that men think about sex every 15 seconds is an excellent way of
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 - or engage in - 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 at least some three days in every month struggling heavily with the
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.
Or, if you prefer,
women have vengeful, malicious and irrational thoughts every 10 seconds
while they are awake.
And, by putting it
in this way, the
average woman is clearly portrayed as experiencing Permanent
Which reminds me.
Did you know that some 3 million women
in the UK and some 15 million women in the USA have serious
emotional problems every month as a result of PMS?
Yep. Every month!
Not just the usual problems with PMS -
serious problems. For example, ...
A Raging Monster
For two weeks
every month Sue Scarlett used to become what she calls a "raging
Up to 95% of women having periods have PMS symptoms, and the NAPS
estimates the condition severely affects the daily lives of around a
third of them.
Nick Panay, consultant gynaecologist at Queen Charlotte's and
Chelsea and Westminster Hospitals, London, and NAPS chairman, said it is
important women get themselves diagnosed.
He said symptoms could vary dramatically from mild irritation to
literally murderous rages.
And these menstrual 'derangements' -
for want of a better word - account for a good deal - if not for most -
of the many thousands of false and/or exaggerated
accusations concerning some kind of 'abuse' that are made to the police by women against
men every year.
We are talking about millions
of women here. And, collectively, they cause a huge
mountain-load of aggravation to millions of men, and, hence, to society
as a whole.