Female solipsism refers to a common belief or observation, that claims that women are incapable of interpreting concepts or events in ways that don't refer to their own experiences, ego, or self-interest, especially when it comes to matters concerning reproduction.
Thus, according to this theory, women in general are said to have a greatly diminished capacity for self-reflection and objective reasoning, compared to men. It also implies an innate childish tendency towards female entitlement and narcissism, and a disregard for the truth. The term "solipsism" traditionally refers to the philosophical concept that states that oneself is the only consciousness in the universe. Writers in the manosphere adapted this idea, and coined the modern usage of the term to imply, that like the philosophical concept the term refers to, women see the universe as ideally revolving around themselves and their reproductive and material interests.
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