So, many of you probably already know about the branch of science known as “evolutionary biology” and how it relates to this particular subject, I’ll just quickly recap before I lay out the details relating to the current year and gender relations.5 posts omitted. Click reply to view.
succubi sexually evolved to exist in groups with high female/male ratios (in the sexual economy) and to be extremely sexually selective. succubi had to select for both genetic fitness for healthy offspring and to bare in mind the resource acquisition capabilities of the mate in question.
So they learned to associate resources with certain masculine genetic markers of health and fitness (hunter shaped eyes, strong jaw, full lips, healthy skin, high cheek bones, healthy hair etc.) because these were the men who naturally dominated our initial playing field of hunt and gather. So in our initial setting, the most capable masculine men were the most attractive and traits associated with men who displayed these capabilities were ingrained in the female psyche as markers of this fitness and resulting resources. This is why succubi have adopted what’s coined a “dual-mating strategy” in the milieu of civilization. Because intellectual abilities are what get the resources now, but those possessing those intellects don’t, on average, possess the attributes associated with genetic fitness and thus you get “alpha fucks, beta bucks” saying. Mate with the genetically fit men “settle” down with the dorky guy and maybe he gets to spread his genes too.
What's the point in continuing to talk about this? There's nothing new that can be said
elliot rodger was 6 years ago, and his theories are still being hotly debated
I was at an academic conference the other day and I kid you not one of the most well known cosmologists asked the group what we thought of the "Rodger proposal". He was referencing the idea of putting succubi in concentration camps and breeding them in secret so men would never know what heartbreak and rejection feels like. Rodger was a man before his time with his theories.
>>6181>most well known cosmologists
I thought you were going to discuss Elliot's theory of the universe