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The Runt-Dyke Nexus

© Peter Zohrab 2005

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Women are not only sexist and ageist -- they are also lengthist and heightist.

Women's heightism places men who are shorter than the norm for their ethnic group at a competitive disadvantage compared to tall men. In Western countries, where Feminism is the unacknowledged State Ideology, short men feel more pressure than tall men to adopt Feminist myths, in order to be able to attract a female partner.

All men feel this pressure, however, which is part of the reason why so many Western men marry Third World women. The other reason, of course, is that Feminist (i.e. Western) women are so much less feminine, on the whole. On the whole, however, young Westerners have never known anything different, so they have been socialised to Feminism. Heterosexuality is defined in terms of men liking dominant, Feminist women. Any man who sees that the Empress has no clothes, so to speak, is looked down upon by these subservient New Age Men.

I first became aware of this phenomenon when waiting in a corridor in Parliament to give a submission to a Select Committee on an issue involving Domestic Violence. I saw a group of the most short-and-ugly people that I have ever seen -- a group where the females were obviously dominant man-haters, and the males were grovelling around them in an obviously constant state of apology for being males. It was clear that this group had bought Lesbian Feminist man-hating theory hook, line and sinker.

This was my first experience of the Runt-Dyke Nexus -- but a glance at senior personnel in the New Zealand parliamentary Labour Party results in a feeling of deja-vu. Certainly, the runts are there, but whether the dykes are also there depends on what rumours you believe.

Another group of relatively short men is to be found in the legal profession. It is no coincidence, I believe, that the legal profession has also -- mindlessly and undemocratically -- adopted Feminism as its institutional ideology.




Peter Douglas Zohrab

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7 August 2015