I found a black pilling article by bakadesuyo while researching incels for my latest podcast with Boneflour:
For those who are still members of the virginity club, a number of reasons are given, including religious or moral qualms, fear of pregnancy, and “just haven’t found the right person” (more men than women between the ages of 15-24 report still waiting for Ms. or Mr. Right).
But for those not saving themselves for love, marriage, or George Clooney—and not wanting to be an outlier statistic—here are some helpful pointers.
- First of all, if you’re still in college, stay away from math and the sciences. A survey taken at Wellesley College found that 72% of biology majors and 83% of biochemistry and math majors were virgins.
- What major maximizes the chance you will finally do the deed? Studio art. Yes, it turns out the same Wellesley survey uncovered the fact that none of the studio art majors who responded were virgins. It could be that all those hours spent studying naked studio models have some effect.
- You could also stop going to church so often. Men and women who went to church at least once a week were respectively 5 and 3.9 times more likely to be virgins than those who attended church less often.
- If that’s not an option, you could join the military or go to prison—two populations that report lower rates of virginity than for the average population.
For well-educated ladies looking to join the ranks of the sexually active, unfortunately you’ve got your work cut out for you. Female college graduates are 5.4 times more likely to be virgins than those who never received that diploma—adding a sad irony to the term “bachelor’s degree.”
But before you smart men start to get too smug, realize that, sadly, a lot of you won’t be losing your virginity anytime soon either. According to researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 39.8% of boys with an average IQ score have had sex, while only 29.2% of boys with an IQ above 110 have done the deed. Memo to genius boys: Less Nietzsche, more Jersey Shore.
Everybody fucking loves science but apparently no one fucks and/or loves scientists. Chad theater arts majors and other flat earthers rejoice, you may not be able to define retrograde motion with the aid of a dictionary but you’ve bred virgin Copernicus right out of the genepool! If he was so smart, why is he dead?
The bit about church attendance bodes ill, given that the Christian worldview is absolutely necessary for a rigorous natural philosophy:
Pearcey and Thaxton, in their book, The Soul of Science, explain in great detail that it was the ideals and assumptions of Christianity that led to science and thus greater technological advances.
These ideals and assumptions include:
- Belief that the universe was created and ordered by a transcendent, rational mind
- Belief that the universe is lawful and knowable
- Belief in the reality of the physical world
- Belief that the physical world is of value
- Viewing physical work as noble, as a divine calling
- The Biblical admonishment to test claims
- Viewing the study of nature as a proper form of worship
- Belief in linear time
- Belief that mathematics forms the substrate of the physical world
Every non-Christian culture lacks at least one, and usually several, of these, which are all necessary for the development and advancement of science. This is why the intellectually advanced Greeks, and the technologically advanced Romans and Chinese, did not develop science, while the “backwards” medieval European Christians did.
The implications are obvious:
- If progressives are ever successful in completely secularizing the West, we will be relegated to second-world status.
- If Asians, with their superior IQs and self-discipline, ever become Christian in sufficiently large numbers, they will eat our lunch in terms of scientific and technological advancements.
This is why any efforts to make America and Europe great are doomed unless they are centered around Christianity.
Mailvox: the necessity of Christianity