Brief overview after the cut.
How feminist theory resembles the threat narratives directed at jewish and black men combined into one threat narrative towards all men.
How women have historically embodied the threat narrative of a nationality, culture or group as well as presided over threat narratives on an individual level.
How women’s dominance over threat narratives arises out of our early childhood experience of belonging and intimacy. And how this early imprinting leads us to look to women to model how we react to situations, behaviours and people. Women determine who belongs in a group and the role they play in service of the group threat narrative.
How groups that are dominant over threat narratives tend to act to maximize their visible value–through ornate and expensive clothing–and manipulate those who are subordinate in threat narratives using displays of vulnerability.
How threat narrative pressure leads to Empires being formed and inevitably leads to those Empires collapsing as they disintegrate into factionalism and competing internal threat narratives.
How threat narrative “pressure” is created by women’s need to preside over a threat narratives and men’s need to derive an identity from serving threat narratives.