Secretly, every feminist has a dream that a dashing alpha male will one day sweep them off their feet. On the surface they may bash the patriarchy, capitalism and white males, but deep down they long for a suited-up billionaire white male to shower them with materialistic pleasures, dominate them with male force and aggression, and live out his insatiable sexual fantasies on them, making them the object of infinite male desire. But in reality, handsome men don’t pay much attention to feminists, and instead lust over pretty women, filling jealous beta females with rage and driving them into the recesses of their imaginations for romantic satisfaction.
The unsatisfied and unspoken desire of feminists for the opposite sex has culminated in the ultimate romantic novel ever written for womyn – 50 Sade Of Grey. In the book, Christian Grey, a rich, privileged, capitalist white male who likes to dominate women against their will, focuses his entire attention on a very lucky young lady. Like most feminists, this young lady is nothing special, but she is so confident of her own attractiveness that she doesn’t even want the attention of this rich alpha male. But he won’t stop pursuing her. Feminists often imagine that men are all after them and want to rape them, but in reality this is rarely the case, given their generally repulsive physical appearance and belligerent, nagging, entitled attitude to boot. Christian Grey is this fantasy white alpha male who lusts after them and won’t leave them alone, despite them not wanting attention from him. The ordinary young lady in 50 Shades just wants to be left alone, but he is obsessed with her nonetheless, and can’t stop pursuing her. Christian Grey could have any woman he wants, but he chooses an ordinary young feminist, who puts very little effort into attracting men.
The author of 50 Shades Of Grey, E.L James, is herself an avid feminist, and likely the object of desire for real Christian Grey’s all over the world, as you can see from these stunning pictures:
Like most people on the left, from socialists to feminists, E.L James doesn’t want to put any effort into her appearance in order to attract men. This would require work and personal responsibility, and submitting to the patriarchy. She instead fantasizes about being pursued by her ideal man without having to make any effort whatsoever. This is similar to how Marxists dream of being showered with money by the Venus Project and a living wage, without having to lift a finger.
Unfortunately, because of the patriarchy, E.L James wasn’t able to attract an alpha male in real life, and instead had to settle for this man, Niall Leonard, who doesn’t particularly resemble Christian Grey, but who probably would enjoy watching his wife satisfied by Grey.
Christian Grey is a fantasy of a man so unrealistic that he is only thought about by the most man-hating, lonely feminists. Similarly to how lonely MGTOW men fantasize about alpha females, but talk smack about womyn publicly. 50 Shades Of Grey is a book about how the world should be, but isn’t, because of the patriarchy and capitalism. The world should be a place where alpha males who can have any woman they want, single-mindedly pursue feminists. It should be a world in which feminists can get fat, not shower, have unpleasant personalities and still get the best men. But because of sexism and rape culture, which feminists wish existed and was directed at them, this is not the case. Luckily, the fat acceptance movement and many others, are quickly rectifying this by advocating that men find fat womyn attractive, and I sense that a new progressive dating scene is only just over the horizon.