Timeless quotes on women

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The following is a list of quotes regarding the nature of women and the relations between the sexes from various eminent figures throughout history: political figures, sages, philosophers, scientists, artists, and writers. One should keep in mind these were some of the most intelligent individuals in human history.

1,000–600 BC: The Bible (Old Testament)

While I was still searching but not finding—I found one upright man among a thousand, but not one upright woman among them all.
For a prostitute can be had for a loaf of bread, but another man’s wife preys on your very life.
Youths oppress my people, women rule over them. My people, your guides lead you astray; they turn you from the path.
For the lips of the adulterous woman drip honey,and her speech is smoother than oil; but in the end she is bitter as gall, sharp as a double-edged sword. Her feet go down to death;her steps lead straight to the grave.
—Proverbs 5:3-5 [4]
Better to live in a desert than with a quarrelsome and nagging wife.
—Proverbs 21:19 [5]
In that day seven women will take hold of one man and say, “We will eat our own food and provide our own clothes;only let us be called by your name. Take away our disgrace!
—Isaiah 4:1 [6]

800-700 BC: The Odyssey

"So true is it that there is nothing more dread or more shameless than a woman who puts into her heart such deeds [...]"
Homer. The Odyssey with an English Translation by A.T. Murray, PH.D. in two volumes, Book XI.[7]
"And another thing will I tell thee, and do thou lay it to heart: in secret and not openly do thou bring thy ship to the shore of thy dear native land; for no longer is there faith in women."
Homer. The Odyssey with an English Translation by A.T. Murray, PH.D. in two volumes, Book XI.[8]

551–479 BC: Confucius

Women and people of low birth are very hard to deal with. If you are friendly with them, they get out of hand, and if you keep your distance, they resent it.

fl. 5th century BC: Bhartṛhari

A firm bosom; sparkling eyes; a small mouth [...] are characteristics of a woman which are always praised. But when we neglect the surface we find that the internal characteristics corresponding to these are hardness of heart, shifty eyes, a deceitful face, insecurity and cunning. When we bear in mind both the superficial and inward characteristics of a woman, we must declare that the one who should possess them can be dear only to the beasts of the field.
—The Vairagya Sataka [9]
A woman talks to one man, looks at a second, and thinks of a third.
—The Sringa Sataka
Woman is the chain by which man is attached to the chariot of folly. Ibid

470–399 BC: Socrates

By all means, marry. If you get a good wife, you will be happy. If you get a bad one, you will be a philosopher.

446–386 BC: Aristophanes

[Choir of] Men: O botheration take you all! How you (women) cajole and flatter. A hell it is to live with you; to live without, a hell
[Choir of] Men: There is no beast, no rush of fire, like woman so untamed. She calmly goes her way where even panthers would be shamed.
Woman is adept at getting money for herself and will not easily let herself be deceived; she understands deceit too well herself.
There is but one thing in the world worse than a shameless woman, and that's another woman.
—Thesmorphoriazusae [12]

c. 408-334 BC: Antiphanes

One single thing I trust a woman saying. To other statements no attention paying : "When I am dead, I won't return to grieve you." Till death takes place, in naught else I'll believe you.
Antiphanes: Fragment.[13]
What ! When you court concealment, will you tell the matter to a woman? Just as well tell all the criers in the public squares! Tis hard to say which of them louder blares.
Antiphanes: Fragment.

423–348 BC: Plato

Women are accustomed to creep into dark places, and when dragged out into the light they will exert their utmost powers of resistance ... therefore, as I said before, in most places they will not endure to have the truth spoken without raising a tremendous outcry.

384–322 BC: Aristotle

Woman may be said to be an inferior man.
What difference does it make whether women rule, or the rulers are ruled by women? The result is the same.
Females are weaker and colder in nature, and we must look upon the female character as being a sort of natural deficiency

Circa 200 BC: Bhagavad Gita

“When irreligion is prominent in the family, O Krsna, the women of the family become polluted, and from the degradation of womanhood, O descendant of Vrsni, comes unwanted progeny.”

c. 85–43 BC: Publilius Syrus

Woman is man's superior in cunning.

Sententiae (The Moral Sayings of Pubilius Syrus)[14]

A woman's solitary thoughts are her worst ones. ibid
Woman becomes good, when she is openly wicked. ibid
Woman loves or hates : she knows no middle course. ibid
It is easy for women to shed tears without salt. ibid
You may despair of quiet; if you manage the affairs of women. ibid

43 BC–18 AD: Ovid

A chaste woman is one who has not been propositioned.
[A woman] is constant only in her inconstancy.
Thus neither with thee [woman] nor without thee, can I live.
Many women long for what eludes them, and like not what is offered them.
A virgin princess shared his room, but what escaped her, revealed itself at last as male: he raped her. So yes, it’s true that she was conquered by brute force, but that’s what she’d been wishing for, of course." (Ovid, The Art of Love)
“Girls praise a poem, but go for expensive presents. Any illiterate oaf can catch their eye provided he’s rich. Today is truly the Golden Age: gold buys honor, gold procures love.”

Circa 80 AD: The Bible (New Testament)

But I want you to realize that the head of every man is Christ, and the head of the woman is man, and the head of Christ is God.
A woman should learn in quietness and full submission.
I do not permit a woman to teach or to assume authority over a man; she must be quiet.
And Adam was not the one deceived; it was the woman who was deceived and became a sinner.

155–240: Tertullian

Woman is a temple built upon a sewer.
You are the devil’s gateway; you are she who first violated the forbidden tree and broke the law of God. It was you who coaxed your way around him whom the devil had not the force to attack. With what ease you shattered that image of God: Man! Because of the death you merited, even the Son of God had to die ... Woman, you are the gateway to hell.

354–440: St Augustine of Hippo

"I don’t see what sort of help woman was created to provide man with, if one excludes procreation. If woman is not given to man for help in bearing children, for what help could she be? To till the earth together? If help were needed for that, man would have been a better help for man. The same goes for comfort in solitude. How much more pleasure is it for life and conversation when two friends live together than when a man and a woman cohabitate?"
De Genesi ad literam (The Literal Meaning of Genesis) 9.5.9 [15]
" ... woman was given to man, woman who was of small intelligence and who perhaps still lives more in accordance with the promptings of the inferior flesh than by superior reason. Is this why the apostle Paul does not attribute the image of God to her?"
De Genesi ad literam Book 11.42
"Watch out that she does not twist and turn you for the worse. What difference does it make whether it is in a wife or in a mother, it is still Eve the temptress that we must beware of in any woman."
Letter to Laetus (Letter 243.10)

349–407: St John Chrysostom

Amongst all the savage beasts none is found so harmful as woman.
It does not profit a man to marry. For what is a woman but an enemy of friendship, an inescapable punishment, a necessary evil, a natural temptation, a domestic danger, delectable mischief, a fault in nature, painted with beautiful colors?
"God maintained the order of each sex by dividing the business of life into two parts, and assigned the more necessary and beneficial aspects to the man and the less important, inferior matter to the woman."
Homily 9 on First Timothy [16]
"..the [female] sex is weak and fickle."
The Kind of Women who ought to be taken as Wives [17]

570–632: Muhammad

I was shown Hell and I have never seen anything more terrifying than it. And I saw that the majority of its people are women.” They said, “Why, O Messenger of Allah?” He said, “Because of their ingratitude (kufr).” It was said, “Are they ungrateful to Allah?” He said, “They are ungrateful to their companions (husbands) and ungrateful for good treatment. If you are kind to one of them for a lifetime then she sees one (undesirable) thing in you, she will say, ‘I have never had anything good from you.’” (Narrated by al-Bukhari, 1052).
When the Prophet heard the news that the people of the Persia had made the daughter of Khosrau their Queen (ruler), he said, "Never will succeed such a nation as makes a woman their ruler." (Narrated by al-Bukhari, 7099).

1016–1041: Naropa

Countless are woman's defects. My elephantine mind has fallen. Into the poisonous swamp of guile. So I must renounce the world.

1225–1274: Thomas Aquinas

"As regards the individual nature, woman is defective and misbegotten, for the active power of the male seed tends to the production of a perfect likeness in the masculine sex; while the production of a woman comes from defect in the active power."
Summa Theologica, Vol. I, Q. 92, Art. 1, Reply to Objection 1. [18]
"So by such a kind of subjection woman is naturally subject to man, because in man the discretion of reason predominates.
Summa Theologica, Volume 1, Q. 92, Art. 1, Reply to Objection 2.

1483–1546: Martin Luther

The word and works of God is quite clear, that women were made either to be wives or prostitutes.
No gown worse becomes a woman than the desire to be wise.
"What defects women have, we must check them for in private, gently by word of mouth, for woman is a frail vessel.
Table-Talk, DCXXXVII
"“For woman seems to be a creature somewhat different from man, in that she has dissimilar members, a varied form and a mind weaker than man. Although Eve was a most excellent and beautiful creature [...] yet she was a woman. For as the sun is more glorious than the moon, though the moon is a most glorious body, so woman, though she was a most beautiful work of God, yet she did not equal the glory of the male creature.”
Commentary on Genesis, Chapter 2, Part V, 27b. [19]

1509–1564: John Calvin

But woman can never be the best governor, by reason that she being spoiled of the spirit, can never attain to that degree, to be called or judged a good governor. Because in the nature of all woman, lurketh such vices, as in good governors are not tolerable.
Thus the woman, who had perversely exceeded her proper bounds, is forced back to her own position. She had, indeed, previously been subject to her husband, but that was a liberal and gentle subjection; now, however, she is cast into servitude.
On the first post-resurrection appearance of Jesus to women rather than to men: "I consider this was done by way of reproach, because they [the men] had been so tardy and sluggish to believe. And indeed, they deserve not only to have women for their teachers, but even oxen and asses ... Yet it pleased the Lord, by means of those weak and contemptible vessels, to give display of his power.

1608-1674: John Milton

"But still I see the tenor of Man's woe

Holds on the same, from Woman to begin.

From Man's effeminate slackness it begins,

Said the angel, who should better hold his place

By wisdom, and superior gifts received."
Paradise Lost, Chapter XI: 632-636.

1613–1680: François de La Rochefoucauld

The intellect of the generality of women serves more to fortify their folly than their reason.
All women are flirts, but some are restrained by shyness, and others by sense

1652-1685: Thomas Otway

"Be a true woman, rail, protest my wrongs. Resolve to hate him, and yet love him still ..."
The Orphan

"Woman the fountain of all humane frailty ! What mighty ills have not been done by woman! Who was 't betray'd the Capitol? A woman.

Who lost Mark Anthony the world ? A woman.

Who was the cause of a long ten years war,

And laid at last Old-Troy in ashes ? Woman.

Destructive, damnable, deceitful, woman..."
ibid
""Who trusts his heart with woman 's surely lost: You were made fair on purpose to undo us. Whilst greedily we snatch And ne're distrust the poyson that it hides ...
ibid

1688-1744: Alexander Pope

"NOTHING so true as what you once let fall, Most women have no characters at all."
Moral Essays: EPISTLE II, of The Characters of Women[20]
"See sin in state, majestically drunk;

Proud as a peeress, prouder as a punk;

Chaste to her husband, frank to all beside,

A teeming mistress, but a barren bride."
ibid

"Who breaks with her (woman), provokes revenge from hell,

But he's a bolder man who dares be well.

Her ev'ry turn with violence pursu'd,

Nor more a storm her hate than gratitude ...

Offend her, and she knows not to forgive;

Oblige her, and she'll hate you while you live ..."
ibid
"Men, some to bus'ness, some to pleasure take; But ev'ry woman is at heart a rake ..."
ibid

1724–1804: Immanuel Kant

Women are more inclined to be miserly than men. This is in keeping with the nature of woman, for the women have to be more sparing since they are spending money which they do not earn themselves.
Woman has a superior feeling for the beautiful, so far as it pertains to herself".

1769–1821: Napoleon Bonaparte

We treat women too well, and in this way have spoiled everything. We have done every wrong by raising them to our level. Truly the Oriental nations have more mind and sense than we in declaring the wife to be the actual property of the husband. In fact nature has made woman our slave ... Woman is given to man that she may bear children ... consequently she is his property.
Women ... are mere machines to make children".
Women ... are capable of committing the worst atrocities. . If war broke out between men and women, it would be quite a different business from the struggles we have seen between nobles and the people, or whites and blacks".
Nothing is more imperious ... than weakness when it knows it is backed by strength; look at women".

1788–1860: Arthur Schopenhauer

Taken as a whole, women are . . . thorough-going philistines, and quite incurable.
It is certainly a revolting idea that widows should sacrifice themselves on their husband’s dead body (as was customary is parts of India at the time); but it is also revolting that the money which the husband has earned by working diligently for all his life, in the hope that he was working for his children, should be wasted on her paramours.
The fundamental fault of the female character is that it has no sense of justice.
Women are directly adapted to act as the nurses and educators of our early childhood, for the simple reason that they themselves are childish, foolish, and short-sighted—in a word, are big children all their lives, something intermediate between the child and the man, who is a man in the strict sense of the word.
That woman is by nature intended to obey is shown by the fact that every woman who is placed in the unnatural position of absolute independence at once attaches herself to some kind of man, by whom she is controlled and governed; this is because she requires a master. If she, is young, the man is a lover; if she is old, a priest.
Because women in truth exist entirely for the propagation of the race, and their destiny ends here, they live more for the species than for the individual, and in their hearts take the affairs of the species more seriously than those of the individual.

1803-1873: Edward Bulwer-Lytton

" You women regard men just as you buy books—you never care about what is in them, but how they are bound and lettered."
The Lady of Lyons[21]
" ... they may talk of the devotion of the sex [women], but the most faithful attachment in life is a woman in love—with herself"
ibid
Oh, woman! woman! thou shouldst have few sins

Of thine own to answer for! Thou art the author

Of such a book of follies in a man,

That it would need the tears of all the angels

To blot the record out!

ibid

1813–1855: Søren Kierkegaard

For my part, if I were a woman, I had rather be a woman in the orient where I would be a slave, for to be a slave, neither more nor less, is at any rate something definite, in comparison with being . . . nothing whatever.
Man can never be so cruel as a woman. Consult mythologies, fables, folktakes, and you will find this view confirmed. If a natural principle is to be described, whose mercilessness knows no limits, it will always be a feminine nature.
When God created Eve, He let a deep sleep fall over Adam; for woman is the dream of man.
Woman is personified egotism. Her fervent, burning devotion to man is neither more nor less than her egotism.

1819–1901: Queen Victoria

I am most anxious to enlist everyone who can speak or write to join in checking this mad, wicked folly of ‘Women’s Rights,’ with all its attendant horrors, on which her poor feeble sex is bent, forgetting every sense of womanly feelings and propriety. Feminists ought to get a good whipping. Were woman to ‘unsex’ themselves by claiming equality with men, they would become the most hateful, heathen and disgusting of beings and would surely perish without male protection.

1839–1925: Nakahara Nantenbō (Tōjū)

The outward manner and temper of women is rooted in the negative (yin) power, and so temperamentally women are apt to be sensitive, petty, narrow, and jaundiced ... among women compassion and honesty are rare indeed. That is why Buddhism says that women are particularly sinful and have the greatest difficulty in attaining Buddhahood.

1844–1900: Friedrich Nietzsche

From the beginning, nothing has been more alien, repugnant, and hostile to woman than truth—her great art is the lie, her highest concern is mere appearance and beauty
Everything about woman has one solution: that is pregnancy.
Woman! One-half of mankind is weak, typically sick, changeable, inconstant... she needs a religion of weakness that glorifies being weak, loving, and being humble as divine
From a woman you can learn nothing of women
Are you a slave? If so, you cannot be a friend. Are you a tyrant? If so, you cannot have friends. In woman, a slave and a tyrant have all too long been concealed. For that reason, woman is not yet capable of friendship: she knows only love. In a woman's love is injustice and blindness towards all that she does not love.
But the man who is not superficial, who has depth of thought as well as of purpose, the depth which not only makes him desire right but endows him with determination and strength to do right, must always look on woman from the oriental standpoint:—as a possession, as private property, as something born to serve and be dependent on him ... What a necessary, logical, desirable growth for mankind! if we could only attain to it ourselves!

1849–1912: August Strindberg

Every healthy man is a woman hater—yet he cannot survive if he does not ally himself with his enemy.
All deviates and effeminate perverts among men have an adoration for women.
To love is an active verb, and woman is a passive noun. He loves—she is loved.
Women amount to nothing by themselves but mean everything to us, and are everything for us. They are our honor and our shame; our greatest joy, and our deepest pain and distress; our redemption and our fall; our reward and our punishment; our strength and our weakness.

1854-1925: E. Belfort Bax

"And while male man has ceased to represent a sex, in developing into the human personality complete up to date; woman still represents a sexual principle; her personality centres in sex, in fact she still remains for the most part, an amplified, beautified, embellished sexual organ."
Some Heterodox Notes on the Women Question[22]
"[the idea that] women are, and have been in the past, grievously oppressed by men, is, on one side of it wholly false, and on the other true only to a very limited extent ... Now, as a matter of fact, at no period of the world’s history has the female sex constituted a disinherited or oppressed class. Women may have been liable to certain disabilities. But these have been always compensated and often more than compensated by exemptions and special privileges. Economically, although dependent on men, women have for the most part had the “lion’s share at the banquet of life.”
ibid
"As a friend intimately acquainted with current political life recently observed to me, what these people want to get the suffrage for is not to further any broad social views whatever, but simply to get infamous laws passed against men as men. This I believe to be true. What they really want is the erection of a sex domination.
ibid

1854-1900: Oscar Wilde

"A man's face is his autobiography. A woman's face is her work of fiction."
"Woman begins by resisting a man's advances and ends by blocking his retreat."
"How can a woman be expected to be happy with a man who insists on treating her as if she were a perfectly normal human being”
"Women love us for our defects. If we have enough of them, they will forgive us everything, even our intellects."
"Men always want to be a woman's first love—women like to be a man's last romance.
"Every woman is a rebel."
"A man’s love is like that. It is wider, larger, more human than a woman’s. Women think that they

are making ideals of men. What they are making of us are false idols merely. You made your false idol of me, and I had not the courage to

come down, show you my wounds, tell you my weaknesses. I was afraid that I might lose your love, as I have lost it now."
The Ideal Husband
"The only way to behave to a woman is to make love to her if she is pretty, and to someone else if she is plain."
The Importance of Being Earnest
"A man can be happy with any woman, as long as he does not love her."
The Portrait of Dorian Grey
"My dear boy, no woman is a genius. Women are a decorative sex. They never have anything to say, but they say it charmingly. Women represent the triumph of matter over mind, just as men represent the triumph of mind over morals."
ibid

1854-1925: E. Belfort Bax

"And while male man has ceased to represent a sex, in developing into the human personality complete up to date; woman still represents a sexual principle; her personality centres in sex, in fact she still remains for the most part, an amplified, beautified, embellished sexual organ."
"[the idea that] women are, and have been in the past, grievously oppressed by men, is, on one side of it wholly false, and on the other true only to a very limited extent ... Now, as a matter of fact, at no period of the world’s history has the female sex constituted a disinherited or oppressed class. Women may have been liable to certain disabilities. But these have been always compensated and often more than compensated by exemptions and special privileges. Economically, although dependent on men, women have for the most part had the “lion’s share at the banquet of life.”
"As a friend intimately acquainted with current political life recently observed to me, what these people want to get the suffrage for is not to further any broad social views whatever, but simply to get infamous laws passed against men as men. This I believe to be true. What they really want is the erection of a sex domination.

1854-1900: Oscar Wilde

"A man's face is his autobiography. A woman's face is her work of fiction."
"Woman begins by resisting a man's advances and ends by blocking his retreat."
"How can a woman be expected to be happy with a man who insists on treating her as if she were a perfectly normal human being”
"Women love us for our defects. If we have enough of them, they will forgive us everything, even our intellects."
"Men always want to be a woman's first love—women like to be a man's last romance.
"Every woman is a rebel."
"A man’s love is like that. It is wider, larger, more human than a woman’s. Women think that they

are making ideals of men. What they are making of us are false idols merely. You made your false idol of me, and I had not the courage to

come down, show you my wounds, tell you my weaknesses. I was afraid that I might lose your love, as I have lost it now."
"The only way to behave to a woman is to make love to her if she is pretty, and to someone else if she is plain."
"A man can be happy with any woman, as long as he does not love her."
"My dear boy, no woman is a genius. Women are a decorative sex. They never have anything to say, but they say it charmingly. Women represent the triumph of matter over mind, just as men represent the triumph of mind over morals."

1856-1939: Sigmund Freud

Women oppose change, receive passively, and add nothing of their own.
Girls hold their mother responsible for their lack of a penis and do not forgive her for their being thus put at a disadvantage.
(When asked why he had no explanations for female mental development by a woman):"Well it's clear to me that you all are the problem.
The great question that has never been answered, and which I have not yet been able to answer, despite my thirty years of research into the feminine soul, is 'What does a woman want?

1856–1950: George Bernard Shaw

You sometimes have to answer a woman according to her womanishness, just as you have to answer a fool according to his folly.
It is a great advantage to women to be regarded as a race apart, an advantage, which, as usual, they abuse unscrupulously.
Give women the vote and in five years there will be a crushing tax on bachelors".
Women are supposed to have no political power; but clever women put stupid husbands into parliament and into ministerial offices quite easily.

1874-1936 G.K Chesterton

It [feminism] is mixed up with a muddled idea that women are free when they serve their employers but slaves when they help their husbands.
Ten thousand English women marched through the streets shouting, 'We will not be dictated to,' and went off and became stenographers.
A woman uses her intelligence to find reasons to support her intuition.

1875–1961: Carl Gustav Jung

The animus of women is an answer to the spirit which rules the man. It has its origin in father's mind and shows what the girl has received from the lovely, kind, and incompetent father. His family weakness on the other hand he owes to the animus of his mother and thus the evil is handed on from generation to generation.
No one can evade the fact, that in taking up a masculine calling, studying and working in a man's way, woman is doing something not wholly in agreement with, if not directly injurious to, her feminine nature.

1880–1903: Otto Weininger

A superior woman is still infinitely inferior to that which, at least potentially, exists in the lowest of men.
Sex and Character (book)
No men who really think deeply about women retain a high opinion of them; men either despise women or they have never thought seriously about them.
Ibid
The well-known phrase, “Women have no character,” really means the same thing. Personality and individuality (intelligible), ego and soul, will and (intelligible) character, all these are different expressions of the same actuality, an actuality the male of mankind attains, the female lacks.
Ibid
How can I accuse woman after all, for serving man? Man wants nothing other than her. There is no man who would not be happy when he exercises sexual effect upon a woman. Hatred against woman is always only the not yet overcome hatred of one's own sexuality".
Ibid

1880–1956: H. L. Mencken

The first-rate woman is a realist. She sees clearly that, in a world dominated by second-rate men, the special capacities of the second-rate man are esteemed above all other capacities and given the highest rewards, and she endeavors to get her share of those rewards by marrying a second-rate man at the top of his class".
[Women] are quite without that dog-like fidelity to duty which is one of the shining marks of men. They never summon up a high pride in doing what is inherently disagreeable; they always go to the galleys under protest, and with vows of sabotage".
Women do not like timid men. Cats do not like prudent rats".
Misogynist: a man who hates women as much as women hate one another.

1935–: Esther Vilar

Men have been trained and conditioned by women, not unlike the way Pavlov conditioned his dogs, into becoming their slaves. As compensation for their labours men are given periodic use of a woman's vagina.
Someday it will dawn on man that woman does not read the wonderful books with which he has filled his libraries, and though she may well admire his marvelous works of art in museums she herself will rarely create, only copy.
By the age of twelve at the latest, most women have decided to become prostitutes. Or to put it another way, they have chosen a future for themselves that consists of choosing a man and letting him to do all the work.
A man who would cry only if a real catastrophe occurred (perhaps the death of his wife) must assume that when his wife breaks into floods of tears because of cancelled holiday plans, for example, her emotions are equally strong ... What an advantage a man would have if only he realized the cold, clear thoughts running through a woman's head while her eyes are brimming with tears.

1947–: Camille Paglia

If civilization had been left in female hands, we would still be living in grass huts.
Woman's flirtatious arts of self-concealment mean man's approach must take the form of rape.
Leaving sex to the feminists is like letting your dog vacation at the taxidermist.
Men are run ragged by female sexuality all their lives. From the beginning of his life to the end, no man ever fully commands any woman. It's an illusion. Men are pussy-whipped. And they know it. That's what the strip clubs are about; not woman as victim, not woman as slave, but woman as goddess.

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  16. http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/230609.htm
  17. https://christianhistoryinstitute.org/magazine/article/women-archives-wifes-domain/
  18. http://www.newadvent.org/summa/1092.htm
  19. http://www.gutenberg.org/files/48193/48193-h/48193-h.htm#sect21
  20. https://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/ecco/004780226.0001.000/1:4?rgn=div1;view=fulltext
  21. http://www.gutenberg.org/files/2461/2461-h/2461-h.htm
  22. https://www.marxists.org/archive/bax/1887/07/woman-question.htm
  23. https://www.marxists.org/archive/bax/1887/07/woman-question.htm

See Also

MGTOW

BarbarossaBlack Pigeon SpeaksSandmanTurdFlingingMonkeyPaul ProteusLFAMGTOW 101Starduskmgtow.comElement XVentionMGTOW

True Forced Loneliness

Steve HocaWilliam GreathouseDwayne HollowayHell by the Dashboard LightKickspassionKentBlaze1/Infinite1BigBossCalvin83Jamil the KingHeedandSucceedOreo ManBaraka TivoRed Pill Rage

Pick-up artists

Ross Jeffriesr/TRPReal Social DynamicsRooshVOwen CookPlayer SupremeWinston Wu

MRAs Warren FarrellPaul ElamNatty KadifaMel FeitA Voice for MenNational Coalition for MenNational Center for MenKaren StraughanJustice for Men and BoysMike Buchanan
Incels

IncelosphereList of Incel VloggersList of Incel ForumsBlack Incelosphere

Hapas

/r/hapas

Protocels

Anthony PerkinsCharles BukowskiCharles FourierChristine ChubbuckDaniel JohnstonFriedrich NietzscheGiacomo LeopardiH.P. LovecraftHenri de Toulouse-LautrecHenry FlyntJoseph MerrickLudwig van BeethovenNikola TeslaOtto WeiningerQuasimodoVincent van Gogh

Protochads

Arthur SchopenhauerGiacomo CasanovaJohn Humphrey Noyes

History articles

Timeless quotes on womenHistory of female sex-favoritismHistory of the incelosphereHistory of the Love-shy RevolutionSexual revolutionLumpenproletariatDC9 Facebook Group

Books

A History of CelibacyCreepFacial Aesthetics: Concepts and Clinical DiagnosisHoney Money: The power of erotic capitalKill All NormiesMännliche Absolute BeginnerMarsSex and CharacterSex and CultureSexual Utopia in PowerShyness and LoveSind Singles anders?The Great UnmarriedThe Love-Shy Survival GuideThe Manipulated ManThe Myth of Male PowerUnfreiwillig SingleUntouchedWhateverWomen As Sex VendorsIncel: A novel

Researchers

Angela NagleAntoine BanierArne HoffmannBeate KüpperBrian GilmartinCarol QueenCatherine HakimDenise DonnellyDustin SheplerEdward DuttonFranco BasagliaJ. D. UnwinJordan PetersonKristin SpitznogleLaura CarpenterMichel ClouscardMichel HouellebecqMike CrumplarOlaf WickenhöferRebecca KarlénReid MihalkoRobin SprengerRoger DevlinScott AaronsonScott AlexanderTalmer ShockleyTim SquirrellWalter M. GallichanWilhelm ReichJyvur EntropyVox DayThe Jolly HereticTahlia

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