Feminine imperative

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The feminine imperative is for a foid to pursue alpha fucks and beta bucks by keeping various men around to serve her various needs, while being loyal to none of them. The incel doesn’t figure into this equation at all as a sexual partner; in her world, he is either invisible or exists solely for the resources he can provide without getting anything in return.

'Following her tingles'

Foids justify behaving in this way, and treating men as means to an end, using the "romantic" argument that they should be free to makes sexual decisions based solely on tingles. When a foid does this, this is known as "following her pussy". Men, of course, are expected to be responsible and have integrity rather than being free to follow their penises, except in the case of Chad, the attractive man whom she hopes to arouse and provoke to the point that he uses his masculine strength to sexually dominate her.

Feminist policies

Under feminism, foids expect to have both the freedom to follow their pussies and to have the assistance of betas and incels in dealing with the fallout from making these decisions. For example, if she gets impregnated and dumped by Chad, then other men must open the wallets to support the child. This can take the form of a betabuxxes’ wifing her up, or it can take the form of men orbiting her on social media and offering her free financial assistance in (often vain) hopes of eventually getting sexual favors for being a nice guy. It can also include men’s being forced to pay taxes to fund her welfare checks, or to give her equal opportunity to be employed at a company they own, even if she is less productive, and more distracting to her co-workers, than a man would be.

Woman as child

One might say that the feminine imperative is for a foid to be treated as a child in terms of being let off the hook and protected from the consequences of her decisions, yet treated like an adult in terms of being allowed to make potentially disastrous choices without supervision.[1]

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