Assumptions in red pill libertarianism

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Assumptions[edit]

  • Women are childish. If they were not, then male authority over them might be less necessary, as they could make their own decisions.
  • Equality between spouses doesn't work. If it did work, the arguments for male authority would be weaker.
  • Young women prefer to be led. If they did not, the arguments for male authority would be weaker.
  • Men like to own women. If they did not, the arguments for male authority would be weaker.
  • Fathers are not fungible. If they were, then mothers could dump their husbands and get another man to help them raise their kids, and there would be no problem.
  • Mothers are not fungible. If they were, then mothers could leave and their ex-husbands could simply get another woman to fill in for her. The arguments for her being enslaved to her husband might be weaker.