On the Bottom

The lowest point of the unnatural Western emasculation that I’ve seen so far is the story of Karsten Nordal Hauken. The Norwegian politician describes himself as a ‘young Socialist Left Party member, feminist and anti-racist’. After he was raped in the bum by a Somali asylum seeker, he “self-medicated” his depression with alcohol and cannabis. When he learnt that his rapist would be deported, he had a “strong feeling of guilt and responsibility.”

 

It struck me as the lowest level of emasculation despite the stiff competition of men who accept and watch their women and children abused by grooming gangs or other criminals. The latter is much worse and there is no objective reason to believe that accepting one’s own rape is more immoral than the rape of others.

 

But I believe that I’m not the only man who thinks like this. I believe that our sense of masculinity is broadly based on evolutionary psychology. To have failed preventing others from raping your kin is bad, but it can happen to everybody. Even if you show cowardice and watch it while it happens, you can proof your masculinity and reestablish the moral of your community as soon as you get the chance for revenge. But once a man gets raped, things change. He has no moral reason to reestablish the moral rule again because his case would not become the decaying norm anyway.

 

Unless the attacker has much superior weapons it takes a lot of strength to brutalize another man. If a man cannot even fight off another man who exposes his most vulnerable parts, you cannot fight anyone and you lose all respect. This general sentiment can be observed in prison culture, too. Child rapists have it coming. Their position at the bottom of the hierarchy is messaged to them through their bottom. This is observed throughout history. To put somebody in his place via anal penetration is recorded in nearly all pre-modern cultures from the Spartans over the Romans to the Ottoman Empire. Both ancient Greek and ancient Roman law allowed for a cuckolded husband to publicly sodomize the man who slept with his wife.

 

I used to be a feminist and when I read magazine EMMA I saw many complaints from women over pornography. One thing that was repeated again and again by a variety of feminists was the anger over women who let themselve have it on their behinds. In other words, women seem to have a profound feeling of surrender and submission when they are taken like this. And I believe that these feminists think exactly what our ancestors thought: This feeling has psychological effects way beyond the bedroom. Was it the movie “Crazy for Mary” in which beastiality is given as an advice to dress the dog?

 

In war rape is a weapon to break the will of the opponent. The victims are usually  women. But sodomizing men is fairly common, too, because of the dynamics described above. A man unworthy of defending his bottom, is also unworthy of defending the community. A second common practice to deprive the opponent of his masculinity is castration. The ancient Hebrews excluded men from their religious assemblies if their manhood was crushed or cut off by force.

 

So if emasculation is a war technique and anal sex creates a profound feeling of submission, why do we dole out brochures to our school children sanctioning bottom sex? Shouldn’t we rather warn of the emasculating effect? The position also seems to spread STDs. One of the more spooky observations about gay culture is this morbid, submissive behavior that is generally hushed over in the public. There is a phenomenon called “bug chasing” with “bug” being aids. It is the ultimate submission under death for no reason but for the sake of submission.

 

Sometimes you hear whispers from the gay community that some gay folks feel also a bit uneasy about equating gay sex with anal sex. There are certainly other ways to help each other to orgasm and ejaculation. Why is our culture hell-bent to turn our men into bottoms? And why do men like soccer star Thomas Hitzelsperger come out as gay when they are not in love with a member of their own sex? At the same time: Why is gay identity suddenly questioned with “queer studies” for the sake of questioning heterosexual identity along with it? My suspicion is that we don’t just get defeated, we get fucked!

 

I remember a video by Youtuber “Black Pidgeon Speaks” in which he rages over the indifference of many women for their ingroup. Indeed many cultures seem to obsess over guarding women from straying to other populations. Biologically, women don’t care about your group or your character. As you toil along as a slave for the state and proxy-state employers, she desires and actually deserves a strong man. Even a wellfare-receiving, low-hierarchy alpha male has better chances to procreate than the nice guy. The more men present themselves as submissive and potential bottoms, the more she will look for the exotic macho. She is more likely to raise children in a stable home with an immigrant than with a job-obsessed career-slave Westerner.

 

The strongest factor behind the “welcome culture” was sexual lust and the folklore that the newbies are all coming from war-torn countries served the fantasy of hauling in real men, and that means hard men. As a group, people who uphold freedom and other hallmarks of civilisation, must play by the same rules and become attractive to women again.

 

Green party politician Canan Bayram said in 2013 before the parliament of the City State of Berlin:

When they ask me, “Do you really want that all of these people will stay here?”, I say to them:

Yes, that’s what I want because we need people. The ones who made it to us in Germany are the strongest and best.

 

The topic of the debate was about asylum seekers from the Balkan wars, mostly Bosnians and Serbs. Today, Ms Bayram is member of the German parliament Bundestag and fights for the Arab migrants.

 

The refreshing thing about immigrants is that they are more likely to speak their minds than we over-domesticated Westerners generally do. Ms Bayram shows pure social Darwinism that runs counter to the usual ‘we must help’ rhetoric from the left. The strong ones are worthy of our accommodation. And strong does not mean money or brains, it means health and muscles.

 

Surely, Ms Bayram reflects the sentiments that are running through the female left, but remains usually  unvoiced in the civilised discourse. They don’t stand up for the weak and poor. They hate them and call them names like “rednecks”, “white trash” or “Abgehängte” (German for “left-behinds”). What drives them are worldly desires, sexual desires.

 

And, of course, Ms Bayram sees the problem more clearly than her Western counterparts. Her Turkish culture produces buff and masculine men and as she looks around she feels that something is strangely absent in young Germans. Yesterday, I wrote that German males might take their bottom sex submissiveness to their normal lives outside their bedrooms. And I have mentioned that many cultures, including hers, used anal penetration as a way to shame men into subjugation.

 

It is interesting that Turkey has ritualised the morals of saving the bottom first with a sport called “Yagli Güres”. Two men, wearing tight leather pants, pour oil over their bodies before they wrestle. The winner is the fighter who slips a hand into the trousers of his opponent to touch his bum.

 

This was not to fetishize, but to shame anal sex. To avoid a potential misunderstanding, the non-sexual nature is clarified with the legend of a sibling rivalry that was built around the competition.

 

It goes like this: In 1346, the Ottomans attacked the Christians of the Byzantine Empire. The military expeditions was led by Orhan Gazi. His son Süleyman Pasha marched ahead with only forty elite soldiers to Domuzhisar. Süleyman conquered and raided Domuzhisar (Domuz Fortress). After also conquering other fortresses, the group of forty men returned to their fellow soldiers in Samona in today’s Greece.

 

There the forty soldiers began to wrestle. Two brothers with the names of Ali and Selim chose to square off against each other. After hours of wrestling neither could win the upper hand over his sibling. Frustrated that they could not honour their parents, the Sultan and Allah with the final decision who the harder man between the two of them ultimately was, they paired up again at home in the Turkish region of Edirne under a fig tree on Hidrellez day (a festival to celebrate the beginning summer). The wrestling match lasted the entire day, but still neither man could defeat his brother. When it became dark, they refused to stop and people illuminated the night with candles and torches. Ali and Selim eventually won the fight, killing each other. Friends buried their corpses on the spot where they had perished. Many years later when they came to visit the dead, they found that the Lord had turned their friends into a spring of water with an impressive river flowing from it. When the people of the region heard of the brave warriors and their history as members of the forty conquerors they called the area “Kırkpınar” (Forty Springs).

 

In this context the domesticated Western male might bore Ms Bayram a little. And she is certainly not alone.

 

Comments

Ryan Messano Added Jun 6, 2018 - 5:18pm
All sex outside of traditional marriage is evil.  
 
Homosexual sex is an abomination.  
 
To even speak of it in detail is nauseating.  
EXPAT Added Jun 6, 2018 - 7:30pm
Perhaps your title Should have been IN THE BOTTOM.
What a wonderful world!
Ward Tipton Added Jun 6, 2018 - 11:08pm
Emasculation is necessary to divide, conquer and implement a global ruling elite. 
Thomas Napers Added Jun 7, 2018 - 4:38am
You take the prize for being one of the most confusing writers I’ve ever read.  I honestly have very little idea what it is you just wrote or even the topic of this article.  Perhaps you’re a genius and you and your other commenters are leaps and bounds smarter than me, I suspect not.  By the shallowness of their comments, I suspect they didn’t even read your article.  So a bit of advice, try to be more coherent.  I would start by being a lot briefer.
 
One of the few elements of your post I could follow was the bit about Canan Bayram.  How that fits with the rest of your article I don’t know, but on that element, I have one comment.  Bayram doesn’t speak for a lot of people.  In her last election, she earned 26% of the vote.  Her comments about immigrants doesn’t mean she would reject weak ones (as you infer), she’s just making the claim that the ones that made it to Germany had to overcome amazing odds. 
Benjamin Goldstein Added Jun 7, 2018 - 9:21am
Ryan: I did not speak of it in detail. For the sake of brevity I call it "anal sex", but I'm not sure if this is really sex. My main point is that the practice is problematic for various reasons. All men ejaculate regularly since (about) the age of twelve and much of it "out of marriage". I think that marriage and doing proper sex is of course the best way to go about this.
 
EXPAT: True. But too graphic for Ryan.
 
Ward: Did you know that the CIA gave money to Gloria Steinem? It isn't even a conspiracy theory. She admits it.
 
Napers: Where do you see incoherence? I think Bayram is representative. Of course, they are the things one cannot prove because the left has a copywrite on mindreading, but ...you know...right when the mass migration started in 2015, the buzz was about them serving in our army. Now, the female defence minister wants affirmative action for Muslims. Some politicians express sheer boredom with the native population. There is always this underlying music and nobody is putting a finger on it. And this boredom, this "let's replace them", "if you don't like it, YOU can leave" attitude, makes you wonder why a "change" has to come with exotic men. I don't hear these women say, "Let's fly all orphan children from India and Africa to Europe where they have a higher chance to survive". No, why hard men and not, say, some sick children. Answer: sexual fantasies. So they miss something that they don't find in Westerners anymore.
Stone-Eater Added Jun 7, 2018 - 10:15am
LOL
 
That's PC in a perverted form LOL
Stone-Eater Added Jun 7, 2018 - 10:16am
BTW: How can a man get raped ???????
Dave Volek Added Jun 7, 2018 - 12:12pm
Benjamen
 
I don't agree with Thomas N on many things, but I have to say this article wanders around a lot. I can at least three issues that are deserving of their own article and should generate lots of good WB discussion.
 
Going back to the news article of the Norwegian politician, we could say that the politician seems to have forgiven his perpetrator, (but I'm not convinced of that). Forgiveness is a good thing in general for not "letting go" puts victims into a negative life path. While individuals should forgive for their own good, the state needs to take action. The usual "deterrance, protection, and rehabilitation" of our justice system has to be applied--for the good of society. I will agree that the Norwegian justice system was justified in its actions.
 
It seems the Norwegian politician is in disagreement of that decision. From there you could have written a full article on the errors of socialist thinking. But the article went to other places. And maybe these other places were worthy of letting the world know of your thoughts. But I'm not sure what you were trying to say in the first place.
 
Benjamin Goldstein Added Jun 7, 2018 - 1:03pm
Okay, I admit it. I bonged together three articles from my blog. Good guess, Dave.
 
But seriously, I'm bored by most WB articles at the moment because I don't need a hundredth "the errors of socialist thinking" article. I mean, don't we already KNOW?!? I kind of feel tired of the repetitions. I found it more interesting to follow down the road why anal sex and emasculation are often seen as linked. Now a PC taboo, but they are. As a pro-gay person, I hardly see an argument from the "other side". But I think there is just a point to be made about the negative psychological effects it has and the signal it sends through our culture. So I found this topic a bit more interesting than "why inequality is okay" or "political correctness still sucks".
Benjamin Goldstein Added Jun 7, 2018 - 1:07pm
BTW it's not Napers fault, but I also hardly ever agree with him on anything. That's how big the big tent is.
 
Anyway, if there are many good points for discussion, feel free to expand on any of them with own articles if you wish.
Dave Volek Added Jun 7, 2018 - 2:00pm
Benjamin
But I think there is just a point to be made about the negative psychological effects it has and the signal it sends through our culture.
 
Then your thesis statement should have stated this right from the start, not use that Norwegian article to make an obscure point, which I thought was about criticizing socialism.
 
I had not given much thought to this issue. But most rape victims are psychologically traumatized, so it's not a big leap to assume that a male being raped by another male is the same. And indeed, it might even be a bigger psychological blow to those victims.
 
If you don't much intelligent response from this article, it is because it was not constructed very well, not because of some PC backlash.
 
 
 
Benjamin Goldstein Added Jun 7, 2018 - 3:12pm
No, I don't blame PC ;-). I think the three posts bonged together do remarkably well from a point of structure and cohesion. But as a rule, my articles don't attrack much debate in general and it's neither because they are too complex nor because they are poorly structured. The real issue is that I choose topics that are not talked out ad nuseam and people cannot just dump their already formed opinions. My civil rights activist articles were absolute bummers. Angelika who? Vera what? Bummers, but not bottoms. ;-)
 
Yes, the rape factor played a role in the Norwegian case. That's why I also find the rest of the article worthwhile. Feminists complain about bottom sex a lot and it stands to ask why people feel that way. There are also studies that suggest that the more manly partner of a gay couple is socially accepted while the other is not. And it often said that the effeminate partner is thought of as the bottom. Folksy wisdom. But it's the hen and egg question. Does our culture that promotes anal sex in the gay community as normal and unquestionable produce this effeminate behavior without the individual noticing the psychological shift?
Johnny Fever Added Jun 7, 2018 - 3:44pm
Huh?  This article is a rambling mess. 
Flying Junior Added Jun 8, 2018 - 3:57am
How the hell does any social or political phenomenon emasculate any man, anywhere on the face of the earth.
 
Being a pussy is a choice.  A man cannot be emasculated.
Benjamin Goldstein Added Jun 8, 2018 - 12:53pm
FJ: No, actually our gender specific features vary alot. In an individual the testosteron drops with age significienty, muscles go down, body fat goes up. Women see a rise in testosterone and a drop in estrogen as they age resulting in upper lip beards and deeper voices. In the recent decades, America (and I think that is as much true for Europe) had found a decline in testosterone much sharper than can be explained for by aging. In fact age group controlled it is dropping. The sperm count, the swimmers per ml is also going down. This is quite interesting because artificial testosterone has been found to decrease the number of sperms. Somehow we managed to decrease both testosterone and sperm count in the West. They are just some very basic biological factors. The social factors are easily as big and it is likely that both, the psychological and the biological side reinforce each other. Men become less manly in the west and less attractive to women.

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