Sunday, September 18, 2016

Is Shaving a Symbolic Castration?

     About a year and a half ago, I wrote an article called Is Shaving Queer?  And just recently, I received a comment that not only made me laugh, but it was so profound in its truth.  The commenter said: "All the negative comments are lesser men who have castrated their secondary sex symbols.  They are cucks.  We will destroy the razors."  At first, I laughed, but then I realized that what he just said was very true but I hadn't thought of it quite like he did.

Lesser men
     The shaving of the beard has been done for thousands of years.  In pagan religions, the shaved face and the bald head was a symbol of mourning.  It was also considered a great dishonor to forcibly shave a man's beard.  A man without a beard is losing a big advantage of having a beard.  In modern times, a beard might be considered something a homeless man might do.  In one of my articles, I found that in the writings of Clement of Alexandria, he called the shaved face of a man "effeminate."
That was enough for me to start growing a beard.  And as it grew, I did feel that I had an advantage and more control over the way I acted.  But in this comment, I see that other men think the same way and that the ones who grow their beards do not wish to compromise their masculinity.

Castrated secondary sex symbols
     Using the word castrate in relation to shaving is an interesting way of looking at it.  Certainly, the shaved face is symbolic of castrating their masculine sexual symbolism.  Masculinity has been attacked by the communist left through feminism to the point to where men are apologizing to women because they are men.  I believe that men, through the centuries, have been weakened by the shaving of the beard; both physically and mentally.  Since men were created to have beards, it only makes sense not to do the "secondary castration."  

Many women want cucks
     I have found that the women who do not like the beards are feminist types who are not worth having.  I remember one man said that his beard works like a "bimbo filter."  At my age, I don't date anymore, but I keep getting mistaken for a 50 something instead of an almost 70-year-old. I've noticed that the women that like my beard are the type of women who I would enjoy dating.  My beard hides my double chin.  Many women want a man that they can push around. 

Men being beat up by women
 Today, I saw an article on the net that talked about women beating up men.  I'm sure part of the problem is that most men won't hit a woman because they will do jail time for an assault, even though the woman started it.  (Oh, which reminds me, never, ever, never, never, date a woman who practices yoga or is a vegan.  Just remember, what Old Al told you. You will not be happy with them because they develop a bad temper and a nastiness you've never seen before.) Men with beards will probably not attract women like these, but they will attract women who are feminine and kind-hearted.

Shaving is an attack on masculinity
     The source of evil, in my opinion, attacks men and their masculinity.  And at the same time, the women are attacked by feminists who also hate men and their masculinity.  In fact, I think any kind of shaving is immature in that the people who do it are not happy with the body that God gave them.  This is the natural order which God created and it is much better not to alter it.  

Conclusion
     So, I do agree with the commenter that shaving is like a castration of the secondary sex symbols of the man.  This has always been the goal of the "new world order" for thousands of years.  This is one of the constant attacks on the masculinity of the men.  A good way to defeat the razor and the new world order is to grow a beard and look like a man the way God intended.

Walter Allen Thompson has a new book called Natural Law: The True Supreme Law of the Land