6 Jul 2015

Feminism In Ancient Sparta - MGTOW

Sandman: Ancient Sparta was under a sort of cultural and social Marxism. And in my video about feminism in Ancient Rome I hinted that women in ancient Sparta ran the economy while men were doing all the military work. And as a result Sparta collapsed. That's what I read and I want to explore if that's accurate or not and also figure out how gynocentrism functioned in that society. Spartan women would have their sons taken away from them at the age of seven but the girls stayed with their mothers until they married in their late teens and early twenties.
So Spartan men not only learned about what women were like until they were in their twenties and possibly thirties but they were completely unprepared for Spartan women. Women usually married in their late teens and early twenties and probably had lots of time to learn how to control men by learning everything they needed from their mothers. A Spartan man or husband would have been surrounded by his wife and daughters at home while his sons were left to be trained in the military. Women in Sparta didn't look after their sons because like I said the sons left at the age of seven. And Spartan women didn't do much manual labor because they had state owned helots which
were essentially slaves and they did most of the farming and other work. Spartan women also didn't have to eat as little as possible. They were encouraged to eat almost as much food as men as well as drink wine like men. So we can guess that Spartan women generally put more weight on their bodies then women in other parts of the ancient world. Apparently Spartan women had to work out and stay physically fit and muscular. In Athens things were different. Women were married off while they were still in their early teenage years and probably had two or three children to take care of by the time they were in their teens. I think when fourteen and fifteen year olds have children their priority becomes those kids and not their own interests. And the more children they have the more they have to focus on raising those children instead of figuring out ways to take advantage of men and build their feminine power base. I think most societies throughout history figured out that one of the best ways to make sure that women don't damage the cultural fabric and their own mental health is by making sure that women have babies in their hands as quickly as possible. The moment women taste freedom and independence they are far less likely to want to have children. With men it's different because men were usually encouraged to marry and have children when we got older. Because we first needed to establish
the resources with which to attract women and sustain our families. Sure women might not be happy because they get married off so young but it protects their mental health. But men also suffered in the past because just imagine a guy staying a thirty year old virgin until he gets married.

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3. NejroN Photo - Roman legionary soldier in front of Trevi fountain
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4. chaoss - Young woman bodybuilder with hammer.
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5. lzf - Unidentified marathon runners on the street
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6. NejroN Photo - Roman legionary soldier in front of ancient building
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7. chaoss - Young woman bodybuilder with hammer and axe. Ancient style.
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8. Mike_Kiev - antique romantic couple
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9. chaoss - Young woman bodybuilder with hammer.
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10. NejroN Photo - Picture of a legionary soldier over stormy sky
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