Esther Vilar Famous Quotes & Sayings

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10 Esther Vilar Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Esther Vilar Sayings: If a young man gets married, and starts a family and spends the rest of If a young man gets married, and starts a family and spends the rest of his life working at a soul-destroying job, he is held up as an example of virtue and responsibility. The other type of man, living only for himself, working only for himself, doing first one thing and then another simply because he enjoys it and because he has to keep only himself, sleeping where and when he wants, and facing woman when he meets her on equal terms and not as one of a million slaves, is rejected by society. The free, unshackled man has no place in its midst.
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Esther Vilar Sayings: Men have been trained and conditioned by women, not unlike the way Pavlov conditioned his Men have been trained and conditioned by women, not unlike the way Pavlov conditioned his dogs, into becoming their slaves.
Esther Vilar Sayings: Male aggressiveness consists in asking a woman to have intercourse and waiting for her to Male aggressiveness consists in asking a woman to have intercourse and waiting for her to say yes, or a definite no. Skilful tacticians enhance their chances of making out by distributing their attentions among several women at a time (one version of 'playing the field') thus increasing their statistical chances for a favorable answer, depending on circumstances. This is the height of male aggressiveness that is tolerated. Genuine aggressiveness - rape - [men] have forbidden themselves by law.
Esther Vilar Sayings: A man who wants to gain power over a woman must follow the example of A man who wants to gain power over a woman must follow the example of women and condition his sex drive. If he succeeds in becoming as cold as she, she can no longer bait him with sex into the role of provider. At most she could offer herself as an equal sex partner, as dependent on him as he is on her. If men could abstain from sex at judicious intervals they might even succeed in normalizing the female sex drive - even make women desire them more than the other way around.
Esther Vilar Sayings: Someday it will dawn on man that woman does not read the wonderful books with Someday it will dawn on man that woman does not read the wonderful books with which he has filled his libraries, and though she may well admire his marvelous works of art in museums she herself will rarely create, only copy.
Esther Vilar Sayings: But in our time women are no longer subject to the will of men. Quite But in our time women are no longer subject to the will of men. Quite the contrary. They have been given every opportunity to win their independence and if, after all this time, they still have not liberated themselves and thrown off their shackles, we can only arrive at one conclusion: there are no shackles to throw off.
Esther Vilar Sayings: When will women become civilized enough to stop mistreating men? When will they cease from When will women become civilized enough to stop mistreating men? When will they cease from training their lovers to become providers, merely because they have the power to do so?
As long as they continue as they are, men have no alternative to polygamy.
Esther Vilar Sayings: What a great advantage a man can have over women, if he only knew what What a great advantage a man can have over women, if he only knew what cold and calculating thoughts are going through her mind ... while her eyes are brimming with tears.
Esther Vilar Sayings: Where there is superior force, I serve under constraint; where there is power, I serve Where there is superior force, I serve under constraint; where there is power, I serve willingly.
Esther Vilar Sayings: Power consists in making oneself the goal of another person's social instincts, without seeking to Power consists in making oneself the goal of another person's social instincts, without seeking to satisfy one's own social instincts through him. The other then does everything one asks. Powerlessness consists in wanting or having to satisfy one's social instincts through another person whose social instincts one has not succeeded in concentrating on oneself - one then does everything the other asks.