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Socialism attracts Weak Males

By HonkpilledMaster following x   2019 May 30, 12:16pm 325 views   8 comments   watch   nsfw   quote     share    


Social bargaining models predict that men should calibrate their egalitarian attitudes to their formidability and/or attractiveness. A simple social bargaining model predicts a direct negative association between formidability/attractiveness and egalitarianism, whereas a more complex model predicts an association moderated by wealth. Our study tested both models with 171 men, using two sociopolitical egalitarianism measures: social dominance orientation and support for redistribution. Predictors included bodily formidability and attractiveness and four facial measures (attractiveness, dominance, masculinity, and width-to-height ratio). We also controlled for time spent lifting weights, and experimentally manipulated self-perceived formidability in an attempt to influence egalitarianism. Both the simple and complex social bargaining models received partial support: sociopolitical egalitarianism was negatively related to bodily formidability, but unrelated to other measures of bodily/facial formidability/attractiveness; and a formidability-wealth interaction did predict variance in support for redistribution, but the nature of this interaction differed somewhat from that reported in previous research. Results of the experimental manipulation suggested that egalitarianism is unaffected by self-perceived formidability in the immediate short-term. In sum, results provided some support for both the simple and complex social bargaining models, but suggested that further research is needed to explain why male formidability/attractiveness and egalitarianism are so often negatively related.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1090513816303907
1   FortWayneIndiana   ignore (4)   2019 May 30, 12:44pm   ↑ like (2)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Some of those males can’t quite figure out that they are males. So probably just low IQ too?
2   Quigley   ignore (0)   2019 May 30, 1:11pm   ↑ like (9)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Yah that correlates with personal experience. Every weak man I’ve known has been soft on weakness in others, preferring the philosophy of support vs. self reliance. Every strong man I know is big on self reliance.
I blame single mothers raising boys for all the weak men we have today. I get females voting for redistribution, because that’s their entire gender in a box: give me some of what you have. But men doing that .... just means they are probably sponges who live to mooch off stronger men, and are rightly despised by such men.
3   Patrick   ignore (1)   2019 Jun 8, 5:01pm   ↑ like (3)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

It makes sense that men who do not perceive themselves as being able to compete well with other men would instead opt for a strategy of redistribution.

That makes them very much like women.

The long term solution is to build them up as real men. Lifting weights would be a good start for them.
5   HonkpilledMaster   ignore (5)   2019 Jun 16, 4:58pm   ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Patrick says
It makes sense that men who do not perceive themselves as being able to compete well with other men would instead opt for a strategy of redistribution.


Hmmm....









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6   HEYYOU   ignore (26)   2019 Jun 16, 8:56pm   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

This is too easy.

How many weak Republican males are on govt. handouts & subsidies?
The strong Republican men buy COMMUNIST CHINA exports.
7   Tim Aurora   ignore (0)   2019 Jun 17, 12:23pm   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

From the study

Contrary to predictions, there were no significant correlations between SDO or support for redistribution and either bodily attractiveness (waist-chest ratio) or any of the facial measures (attractiveness, dominance, fWHR, and masculinity). These predictors also failed to explain significant variance in SDO and support for redistribution when they were entered in combination with other predictors into multiple regression models. Table 2 displays the results of regressing SDO and support for redistribution on all of these predictors simultaneously. When SDO was the outcome variable and bodily formidability was entered as the first predictor, no other single predictor (from the set of the four facial variables, waist-chest ratio, and time in gym) could be added to explain additional significant variance in SDO. When support for redistribution was the outcome variable and time in gym was entered as the first predictor, no other single predictor (from the set of the four facial variables, waist-chest ratio, and bodily formidability) could be added to explain additional significant variance in support for redistribution.
8   HonkpilledMaster   ignore (5)   2019 Jun 17, 4:30pm   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Tim Aurora says
Contrary to predictions, there were no significant correlations between SDO or support for redistribution and either bodily attractiveness (waist-chest ratio) or any of the facial measures (attractiveness, dominance, fWHR, and masculinity). These predictors also failed to explain significant variance in SDO and support for redistribution when they were entered in combination with other predictors into multiple regression models. Table 2 displays the results of regressing SDO and support for redistribution on all of these predictors simultaneously. When SDO was the outcome variable and bodily formidability was entered as the first predictor, no other single predictor (from the set of the four facial variables, waist-chest ratio, and time in gym) could be added to explain additional significant variance in SDO. When support for redistribution was the outcome variable and time in gym was entered as the first predictor, no other single predictor (from the set of the four facial variables, ...

"Insert Your Dick in my Mouth as I'm not a Threat Face" is still the leading indicator for me.


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