Friday, 2 January 2015

Biology and Culture

We come into the world as naked apes. Everything that follows is merely cultural. Happy New Year. This is an SWF file - my first animation.

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  1. what can I say, if not: excellent! I hope that the animation will be used to many other gender daily situations!

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  2. I love his outfit!

    Gary

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  3. Vesta, the pussikat's short tale "The Price of Conformity", which is among your favorites deviant, and is openly inspired by you, is worth attention. As it's very good, to my opinion, it deserves to be ilustrated somehow. In particular the final scene of the spanking. Could you think about it? This could encourage the new writer!

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    1. Yes, I think it's very good too. I'm not keen on illustrating other people's stories because I haven't time even to do my own work. But in general it would be fun to paint a spanking!

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  4. Fantastic! Spankings are great and very needed forms of Female Authority.

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  5. Jamie, thanks for this beautiful gift of beginning of the year !!! I really appreciate your work ! Really a precious way you're conducting ! Thanks again. (Chloe Sissi)

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  6. I love the way the boy is dressed.....it is truly great being a boy in the gynarchy. I love wearing short skirts and tops to college. I often distract the tutors and I have been on many dates with two of them. Both are lovely women about ten years older than me...they spoil me and the sex is amazing. My marks are good too...so win-win. I'm told that in history the roles were reversed but it's hard to believe boys were ever in charge, we are too hormonal and delicate...I cry if I am talked to too harshly or my hair doesn't go well.

    Long live the Gynarchy.

    Sami

    Sami

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  7. I now wear the gynarchy face veil when out and about in town. It makes me feel very boyish and sweet. A devout follower of the great gynarchy goddess. I get lots of attention, which I love, but there is a cost. Girls seem to think I am there to tease and lust after..an object rather than a boy. My tutor boyfriend protects me but she is busy and cant protect me all the time. Sometimes girls will call me over in the canteen and order me to fetch their lunch...I don't mind because the gynarchy holy books say " a sweet boy always longs to serve his sisters in all things". I often have to sit on a girl's lap whilst she eats and chats to her friends and ignores me. Her frinds will touch my legs or kiss my neck...if I complain I am told to apologise...the gynarchy holy books say "a boy is not his own but belongs to his sister for sport and enjoyment. A sweet boy enjoys the attention of strong, healthy women and long for the touch they provide." I don't wear the scarf in college as my face must be seen at all times, but on the streets and at home I do...as do many of my friends.

    I do love to have influence over my tutors. Last week I got a 40% score on an essay. I asked to see the tutor after class. She is very strong and feminine but agreed. I sat on her desk with my legs swinging and my heels near her knees. "Do you really want to give me this mark, miss? Please reconsider or I will be displeased." She agreed and the next day she gave my script back to me with 75% and a card with an abject apology. I said "thank you, you did the right thing." I know as boy I am not worth as much as my tutors, who are all female, but I have the protection of Audrey, my tutor girlfriend. My worth is measured by who thinks I am a sweet, nice, devout gynarchy boy.

    One thing I've noticed about wearing the scarf is I am treated with respect.

    Long live the gynarchy.

    Sami

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  8. Very funny picture.

    I know it's all a joke, because such relationships will never be.

    Why do women wear dresses - because it is related to their biology, with the construction of their bodies. Easier for them to wear dresses than trousers.

    Men and wear pants, because it is easier to then fight, run and perform all the functions of men to whom nature has created us.

    Have a nice day.

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    1. It's easy for a man to wear a skirt. And it's easy for women to wear trousers. Both happen all the time. No biological problem at all.

      Many men in many cultures have not worn trousers. The Greeks and Romans, for example. It did not prevent them running and fighting. In fact the Greeks are especially famous for their athletics and the Romans for their fighting.

      Women are also capable of running and fighting and whatnot. Watch the Olympics.

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  9. A great new direction: how about one of a male bride and a female groom?

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    1. To date, I've done two of those already.

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    2. Sorry: I meant as an animation!

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  10. It would have been better if both had hairless bodies. (At least just the male.)

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    1. You must mean the pubic hair? I'm not squeamish about pubes, personally. It's how people are made.

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  11. Wonderful work. Love the style :)

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  12. WONDERFUL!
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    What might be even more striking would be if you started with a couple dressed in incorrect pre-Gynarchic attire and have them slowly remove clothes then the appropriate reversal of sexual clothing... perhaps even showing the Female face and stance illumined by victorious smiling and the male once haughty reduced to embarrassed 'girlish femininity.

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