6 comments on “Deep Green Resistance

  1. ““Caring for myself is not self-indulgence,” wrote Audre Lorde in 1988, in what came to be the manifesto of the self-care movement, “it is self-preservation and that is an act of political warfare.”
    That is the basic philosophy behind self-care: that it is not selfish to take the time to take care of oneself, that it is in fact necessary for one’s strength and well-being. Especially when embraced by people from disenfranchised groups, who are taught that they do not have the right to expect care from anyone — like Lorde, a black lesbian poet — self-care is fundamentally subversive and anti-capitalist. It means thinking of yourself as a human being with inherent value regardless of your social capital or what you are able to produce.
    In her history of self-care for Slate, Aisha Harris writes that self-care began as a medical concept used to encourage patients to exercise healthful habits, was taken up by civil rights activists as a way of bringing health care to disenfranchised communities, and began to enter the mainstream during the wellness movement of the ’90s.
    In this decade, self-care became a topic for blog series and Solange songs. And in the wake of the 2016 election, as shell-shocked progressives took to the internet to share their coping rituals for living in the age of Donald Trump, self-care became a topic for think pieces about how we live now. Ultimately, the rise of skin care is part of the post-election rise of self-care. Jia Tolentino describes her skin care routine as “one of many small, ridiculous attempts to affirm to myself that I will outlive the Trump Administration.””

    This is mentally ill dribble, I never laughed so hard in my life!

  2. unfortunately, despite living in an era with unrestricted freedom to learn, people seem to spend more time being misinformed than anything. hence paleo, holistic medicine, and such.

    sexbots will be a terrific invention to help soothe an entire generation of males being insulted and spurned my modern roast whores, but now stupid women are attempting to push a narrative that these robots are automatically sentient and deserve the right to say no to their owners, like a toaster being given the option to not toast your bread. this will naturally only result in women being hated even more.

  3. I cannot help but think that women hate tech because the money did went into it did not go trough them first.

  4. Isn’t it contradictory that the manosphere blames technology for women not loving them anymore yet these same men turn around and brag about using the most advanced forms of condoms and birth control pills. Yet, they scream that their sleeping around is potential for pro-creation.

    Check out the link below:


    Rocking Mr. E says in his article: “… Before my daughter was born, and before my wife and I were married, we relied on the contraceptive pill for around ten years. Not once in that time did my wife get pregnant. Not once did we need to deal with an unplanned pregnancy. One of the biggest reasons (or excuses) given for an unplanned pregnancy while on the pill is being on antibiotics….”

    Interesting how Rocking Mr. E gets upset about unplanned pregancies but is obsessed with pro-creation. He had his lover (if not one of other lovers) on the pill for ten years?!?! So he has been too chicken to have children. I just love how he is bragging about not getting his wife pregnant. What a hypocrite and scared man trying to act so tough just like most of the manosphere.

  5. Did you ever read Roy Baumeister’s book “Is There Anything Good About Men?” about how societies flourish by exploiting men?

    The more civilization (built by men) advances, the less relevant women become in it. “Equality” only obtains in the most primitive societies.

    A century ago, one in sixteen women giving birth died. Now it’s down to one in 5,000, but you’ll never hear any woman express boundless admiration and appreciation for all the male science and other advances, etc. which has improved things for them by a factor of >300x in this area. Instead we get #meh,stupid, about how they have to suffer through bad dates, out the wazoo.

    When we develop artificial wombs and synthetic eggs, us men can move to another planet or star system and leave them behind for good. Good riddance to this feminized hell-hole Earth! lol

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