Discussion:
"A Texas school district bans boys from wearing long hair."
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AlleyCat
2021-10-22 03:31:35 UTC
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On Thu, 21 Oct 2021 16:12:21 -0700, Siri Cruise says...
Gender based school grooming standards do not violate the Constitution.
Why are you reposting articles from the 1950s?
LOL... not exactly. Our county had rules against boys and men (±18yo) having
long hair into the 70s, and we were a fairly progressive community, in that the
population of the area was about half and half local vs. Air Force personnel
and their families.

Come to think of it, THAT might be why there wasn't MUCH protest going on.
Needless to say, my drill Sergeant of a father wasn't to thrilled with my
brother and HIS thoughts on the matter.

My oldest brother protested those rules all the way up to 1973, when he
graduated. He showed his disgust for those rules in his Senior year, by growing
+shoulder length hair and mutton chop sideburns during the summer before, THEN
taking his Senior portrait looking like a stinking California hippie.

The school system got even TOUGHER on facial hair after that. Damn brother! You
ruined it for all us hairy gents.

I had a full beard by the time I was 14, turning 15 in the summer and growing
one while on vacation.

(I bet Rudy was hairless into his 30s)

I was SO fucking tired of shaving, but I hated getting licks from the principal
even more, so I begrudgingly shaved a few times a week just so I could sit in
those hard ass desk chairs, without my ass on fire.

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Liberals Are Wimps (New Study Shocks Scientific Community...

https://freedomwire.com/liberals-are-wimps-new-study-shocks-scientific-
community/

Liberal men are physically smaller and weaker than conservative men - and it's
measurable.

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Vice Admits Liberal Men are Weaker, Less Attractive than...

https://phillipschneider.com/vice-admits-liberal-men-are-weaker-less-
attractive-than-conservatives/

Vice Admits Liberal Men are Weaker, Less Attractive than Conservatives By
Phillip Schneider on August 11, 2020 ( Leave a comment ) While the flames of
the culture war rage, even far-left media publication Vice admits that liberal
men are weaker and less competent than conservatives.

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TRUTH: Why Liberals Are WEAKER Than Conservatives
https://thefederalistpapers.org/us/truth-liberals-weaker-conservatives

TRUTH: Why Liberals Are WEAKER Than Conservatives. Speaking of weak liberals,
who can't even stand the sight of history: Texas Restaurant Defending
Controversial Sign Some Are Calling Racist - by Robert Gehl. A Texas restaurant
is under attack on social media for what many are calling its racist décor. The
neon sign hung at Cook's Garage...

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Science Proves That Liberals Are Crazier Than Conservatives

https://freedomwire.com/liberals-are-crazy/

Well, I recently came across a fantastic article about another study of
Liberals - except this time, instead of focusing on the weak males, it focuses
on the average Liberal woman instead. A Ph.D. candidate at Georgia State
University has analyzed the data out of a recent Pew Research Center poll, and
the results are amazing.

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Shocker: Study Shows Physically Weak Men Tend to be Liberal

https://redstate.com/terichristoph/2017/05/26/shocker-study-shows-physically-
weak-men-tend-to-be-liberal-n72373

Shocker: Study Shows Physically Weak Men Tend to be Liberal. In news that will
surprise absolutely no one, a new study reveals that girly men are more likely
to favor socialist policies. The study, conducted by researchers at Brunel
University London, looked at the height, weight, physical strength, and bicep
circumference of 171 men, along...

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Liberalism Breeds Soft, Weak, Young "Men" - Louder With...

https://www.louderwithcrowder.com/liberalism-breeds-soft-weak-young-men

by Steven Crowder I know some of you think when I say "liberalism breeds weak,
fat men," that I'm merely politicizing an issue to be polarizing. I assure you
that's not the case. Allow me five hundred words to make my case. I was a
chubby kid. Strike that, I was a jiggly shrimp. Skinny-fat. The kind of kid who
was relatively thin, yet managed to ma

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Why Liberals Are So Physically Monstrous And Repulsive...

https://www.returnofkings.com/118536/why-liberals-are-so-physically-monstrous-
and-repulsive

Liberals are not born uglier. They voluntarily remain ugly or become uglier to
fit a narrative. "Appearance is ideology". It takes a special kind of hypocrisy
to call something that is universally seen as ugly "beautiful" and vice-versa.

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Science says liberals, not conservatives, are psychotic

https://nypost.com/2016/06/09/science-says-liberal-beliefs-are-linked-to-
pyschotic-traits/

Jun 9, 2016 Turns out liberals are the real authoritarians. A political-science
journal that published an oft-cited study claiming conservatives were more
likely to show traits associated with "psychoticism"...

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12 Reasons Why Liberals And Progressives Will Always Be...

https://www.returnofkings.com/100887/12-reasons-why-liberals-and-progressives-
will-always-be-losers

Liberal men however are inexcusable, they are either effeminate enough to be
emotionally manipulated or are weak and yielding to social pressures. December
10, 2016 Take The Red Pill Don't forget that Liberal men are usually the
offspring of domineering feminists or divorced feminists and sometimes single
mothers.

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Men With Weak Upper Bodies Tend to Be Liberal - Physically Strong Men Tend to
Be Conservative

Men who are physically strong are more likely to take a right wing political
stance, while weaker men are inclined to support the welfare state, according
to a new study.

Researchers discovered political motivations may have evolutionary links to
physical strength.

Men's upper-body strength predicts their political opinions on economic
redistribution, according to the research.

The principal investigators - psychological scientists Michael Bang Petersen,
of Aarhus University in Denmark, and Daniel Sznycer, of the University of
California in the U.S., believe that the link may reflect psychological traits
that evolved in response to our early ancestral environments and continue to
influence behavior today.

Professor Petersen said: 'While many think of politics as a modern phenomenon,
it has - in a sense - always been with our species.'

In the days of our early ancestors, decisions about the distribution of
resources were not made in courthouses or legislative offices, but through
shows of strength.

With this in mind, Professor Petersen and Professor Sznycer hypothesized that
upper-body strength - a proxy for the ability to physically defend or acquire
resources - would predict men's opinions about the redistribution of wealth.
AlleyCat
2021-10-22 04:12:08 UTC
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On Thu, 21 Oct 2021 15:39:59 -0700, Rudy "The Psycho" Canoza says...
You are more than welcome to your
correct and well-founded
opinion.
Such a fucking child.

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Rudy's Low Self Esteem

This is Rudy: https://i.imgur.com/6yNwiqK.mp4

Rudy "Low-Self-Esteem" Canoza... someone who always "THINKS" he knows
everything ABOUT everything and has to have the last word in ANY conversation
or argument. That's why he HAS to reply to EVERY post about him, or it drives
him crazy enough to not being able to sleep.

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Rudy's Neuroticism

Rudy's neuroses, also called psychoneurosis or plural psychoneuroses, mental
disorder, causes a sense of distress and deficit in functioning.

Rudy's neuroses are charactorized by anxiety, depression, or other feelings of
unhappiness or distress that are out of proportion to the circumstances of a
Rudy's life. (CMoP)

They may impair Rudy's functioning in virtually any area of his life,
relationships, or external affairs, but they are not severe enough to
incapacitate the person, hence his constant posting on Usenet.

Psychiatrists first used the term neurosis in the mid-19th century to
categorize Rudy's symptoms, thought to be neurological in origin; the prefix
"psycho-" was added some decades later when it became clear that mental and
emotional factors were important in the etiology of his disorders.

An influential view held by the psychoanalytic tradition is that Rudy's
neuroses arise from intrapsychic conflict (conflict between different drives,
impulses, and motives held within various components of the mind).

Central to psychoanalytic theory, which was founded by Austrian neurologist
Sigmund Freud, is the postulated existence of an unconscious part of Rudy's
mind which, among other functions, acts as a repository for repressed thoughts,
feelings, and memories that are disturbing or otherwise unacceptable to the
conscious mind.

Rudy's repressed mental contents are typically homo-sexually or aggressive
urges or painful memories of an emotional loss or an unsatisfied longing dating
from childhood.

Anxiety arises when Rudy's unacceptable and repressiveness drives threaten to
enter consciousness; prompted by anxiety, the conscious part of the mind (the
ego) tries to deflect the emergence into consciousness of the repressed mental
contents through the use of defense mechanisms such as repression, denial, or
reaction formation.

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Rudy's Psychoses

Rudy's psychosis is characterized by an impaired relationship with reality.
It's a symptom of serious mental disorders. People who are experiencing
psychosis may have delusions.

Rudy's Little Man's Disease: A disease of short males marked by aggressive
antisocial behavior and constant overcompensation resulting in pompous
mannerisms such as spitting, twitching, swearing, speaking loudly and tough
talk.

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Rudy's Split Personality

Rudy's split personality refers to dissociative identity disorder (DID), a
mental disorder where a person has two or more distinct personalities (nym-
shifting).

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Rudy's Egomania

Rudy "Low-Self-Esteem" Canoza... someone who always has to have the last word
in a conversation or an argument. That's why he HAS to reply to EVERY post
about him, or it drives him crazy enough to not being able to sleep.

Everyone has come across this type of person and knows how plain sad it is when
you see it.

Having the last word is closely associated with ego, though those who exhibit
these traits are far from anyone who SHOULD be egomaniacal.

Egomaniacs always have to have the last word. It gives them a feeling of power
(LOL... Rudy HAS no power), as if they immediate draw all of the power of the
person they are communicating with and become powerful due to it.

A person, like Rudy, who has to have the last word is fundamentally flawed.

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Rudy's Reasons He Can't Be Wrong

This Is Why Rudy Can't Admit He's Wrong

They say it takes a big person to admit their mistakes, but for Rudy, saying
he's wrong feels impossible.

Be it your partner, your boss or, God forbid, your in-laws, dealing with Rudy,
even when faced with overwhelming evidence of a bungle, just can't cop blame
can be frustrating.

(this is perfect)

But why does Rudy do it? We've asked psychologist Dr. Tim Sharp, chief
happiness officer at The Happiness Institute, to explain:

THEY THINK BEING WRONG MEANS THEY'RE UNWORTHY - Yup... Low-Self-Esteem

For Rudy, conceding that he's fallible can evoke a deep psychological anxiety
regarding "the risks or the consequences associated with loss or failure," says
Sharp.

"I think the reason Rudy can't apologize isn't actually because they don't like
to be wrong, but because it's seen as an inherent character fault," he
explains.

[giggle]

Sharp says that for non-apologists, the irrational need to always be "perfect"
rules their ego and they feel their screw-ups are unforgivable.

"The difficulty in admitting failure largely comes from the unrealistic
expectation that 'I should get it right all the time,'" he says.

Rudy Thinks Never Admitting Fault Makes Him Look Stronger

(this is perfect)

For Rudy, appearing apologetic is congruent to appearing weak, but Sharp says
they could not be more wrong, because a good leader admits their mistakes.

(THAT'S our Rudy)

"I'd find it hard to trust that person because there's no one I know 100
percent perfect.

Whereas if Rudy would say, 'You know, I'm going to do my best but I'll make
mistakes sometimes, I'll get it wrong, I'm sorry but I'll try to fix it,'... to
me, that's more believable. I'd be more trusting of that sort of person."

They Don't Value The Truth

(NO liberal does... THAT'S their M.O.)

For Rudy, the fact is he "doesn't necessarily value truth and honesty," says
Sharp.

"While I personally value truth and honesty, what I've come to learn, which I
find hard to understand but it's just a reality, is that Rudy doesn't value
those things as highly as me," says Sharp.

Taking political discussion as an example, the expert says Rudy, who eats up
"fake news" propaganda, doesn't value facts. When it comes to the truth, the
expert warns that Rudy "will literally say, 'I don't really care.'"

"Rudy doesn't care about it because he values other aspects of what they're
perceiving much more," he says.

Citing the upsurge of alt-left political movements around the world, Sharp says
how Rudy approaches a situation will often reveal whether facts or feelings
will influence them more.

"[Logical people] will look for facts and information and data and make their
decisions accordingly," he explains. "Other people make their decisions based
on much more emotion. Now the problem comes when you try to talk logic to an
emotional person because it just won't wear... you're talking different
languages.

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Why Rudy Hates

Fear of "The Other"

According to A.J. Marsden, assistant professor of psychology and human services
at Beacon College in Leesburg, Florida, one reason Rudy hates is because he
fears things that are different from himself.

Behavioral researcher Patrick Wanis, cites the in-group out-group theory, which
posits that when Rudy feels threatened by perceived outsiders, he instinctively
turns toward our in-group-those with whom Rudy identifies as a survival
mechanism.

Wanis explains, "Hatred is driven by two key emotions of love and aggression:
One love for the in-group-the group that is favored; and two, aggression for
the out-group-the group that has been deemed as being different, dangerous, and
a threat to the in-group."

Fear of Himself

According to Washington, D.C., clinical psychologist Dana Harron, the things
Rudy hates about others, are the things that he fears within himself. She
suggests thinking about the targeted group or person as a movie screen onto
which Rudy projects unwanted parts of the self. The idea is, "I'm not terrible;
you are."

This phenomenon is known as projection, a term coined by Freud to describe our
tendency to reject what Rudy doesn't like about himself. Psychologist Brad
Reedy further describes projection as Rudy's need to be good, which causes him
to project "badness" outward and attack it:

"Rudy developed this method to survive, for any 'badness' in him puts him at
risk for being rejected and alone. So, Rudy represses the things that he thinks
are bad (what others told him or suggested to him that was unlovable and
morally reprehensible) - and Rudy employs hate and judgment towards others.

Rudy thinks that is how one rids himself of undesirable traits, but this method
only perpetuates repression which leads to many mental health issues.

BINGO!

Lack of Self-compassion

The antidote to hate is compassion - for others as well as ourselves.
Self-compassion means that Rudy accept his whole self. "If Rudy finds part of
himself unacceptable, he tends to attack others in order to defend against the
threat," says Reedy.

"If Rudy is okay with himself, he see others' behaviors as 'about them' and can
respond with compassion. If I kept hate in my heart for [another], I would have
to hate myself as well. It is only when Rudy learns to hold himself with
compassion that Rudy may be able to demonstrate it toward others."

The answer to why Rudy hates, according to Silvia Dutchevici, LCSW, president
and founder of the Critical Therapy Center, lies not only in our psychological
makeup or family history, but also in our cultural and political history. "Rudy
lives in a war culture that promotes violence, in which competition is a way of
life," she says.

"Rudy fears connecting because it requires us to reveal something about
himself. Rudy was taught to hate the enemy - meaning anyone different than us -
which leaves little room for vulnerability and an exploration of hate through
empathic discourse and understanding. In our current society, one is more ready
to fight than to resolve conflict. Peace is seldom the option."

What Can Rudy Do?

Hatred has to be learned, Golden says: "Rudy was born with the capacity for
aggression as well as compassion. Which tendencies Rudy embraces requires
mindful choice by individuals, families, communities and our culture in
general. The key to overcoming hate is education: at home, in schools, and in
the community."

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