Logical Phallusies

Keep-out … You’re Not Wanted!

In the Patriarchy, dominant male preserves are jealously guarded from unwelcome interlopers …

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… from minorities …

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… and from women.

Logical Phallusies

Never Quite Good Enough

A social system in which:

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Females, no matter how intelligent, attractive, or desirable, are brainwashed into seeing themselves as dumpy, dumb, and undesirable, in need of a new haircut, different make-up, a more effective diet, a better perfume, a new outfit, or even surgery …

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Males, no matter how unintelligent, unattractive, or undesirable, are empowered to see themselves as captivating, clever, and charming, in need of nothing.

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Modern Day Female Mutilation: Implants

Under patriarchy, there is no limit to:

  • Torture inflicted on females to control them.
  • Damage done to male psyches so they desire mutilated women.

These statements become doubly true when capitalism can make a huge profit – which is most certainly true of breast implants.

We highly recommend any woman considering breast implants, any woman who has them, and/or any woman you know who has them, read and think very carefully about the resources provided on these sites by The National Center for Health Research, and

(Unless stated otherwise, all data and quotes below are from the article in the first link above.)


  • Breast augmentation is the most requested plastic surgery: 1.9 m globally (2018); 80% for cosmetic reasons.
  • In 2019, it was a $2.8 b market (US = $1.09 b), projected to be $3 b by 2027, growing by 7.2% p.a.
  • Breast implants make firms/doctors rich. Breast implants make women sick.

Medical effects include:

  • Infection, fever, pain, clots, toxic shock syndrome, fluid build-up around implant, scar tissue, chest wall deformity, brain fog, memory loss, joint pain, hair loss, rashes, dry eyes, chronic fatigue, numbness & tingling in extremities, reduced sensation in nipple/breast, persistent flu-like symptoms.
  • Capsular contracture (hardening of tissue) causing pain.
  • Leakage of fluid from areola or under breast, rupture of implant (causing deflation) or of incision, implant moves or flips over, calcium deposits, nipple discharge, and necrosis (death) of breast tissue, risks of additional surgery.
  • Increased risk of developing autoimmune disease – rheumatoid arthritis, Sjögren’s syndrome, scleroderma, sarcoidosis, lupus, fibromyalgia.
  • Leakage of contents (even without a rupture) into lymph glands and organs causing abnormal function of liver, kidneys and lungs.
  • Bacteria or mold growth, both of which can seriously undermine the woman’s health. No one knows the effect of these breast contaminants on a nursing baby – no studies have been conducted. (Afterall, what is more important, a man’s need to fetishize big boobs or a baby’s need to eat safely?)
  • Significant difficulty having a mammogram – risk of rupture due to pressure and about 55% of breast tumors are hidden by implants, interfering with the detection of breast cancer: “women with breast cancer who had breast implants are diagnosed with later-stage cancers than women with breast cancer who did not have implants. This is likely due to delays in breast cancer detection because of implants. A delay in diagnosis could result in the woman needing more radical surgery or the delay could be fatal.  A 2013 Canadian meta-analysis of five studies found that if women who had breast augmentation later developed breast cancer, they were more likely to die from it than women diagnosed with breast cancer who did not have breast augmentation. This increased risk of breast cancer-specific death is likely to be due to the greater inaccuracy of mammography for women with implants.”
  • An NCI study found that women who had breast implants for at least 12 years were more likely to die from brain tumors, lung cancer, other respiratory diseases, and suicide compared with other plastic surgery patients. Augmentation patients were not more likely to smoke than other plastic surgery patients, so the difference in respiratory diseases did not appear to be due to smoking.” A woman with implants was 3x more likely than the general population to commit suicide.
  • Increased risk of cancer of the immune system and reproductive problems (including inability to breastfeed and still births).

The first link from The National Center for Health Research above provided very disturbing information about the history of implants in the US, including that no proper safety study has ever been done, even though implants have been around since the 1960s: “Although most medical products must be proven safe and effective before they can be sold in the U.S., that was not true for implanted medical devices sold before 1976.  The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) did not require that companies selling silicone breast implants prove that their implants were safe until 1991 – after they had been in use for almost three decades … Reports of complications among women with implants have [long] been published in medical journals and discussed at public FDA meetings. There are a number of short-term and long-term risks … [but, since] many physicians do not report problems with medical devices, reports to the FDA are considered ‘the tip of the iceberg.’” 

Even after the FDA required that implants be regularly evaluated in order to provide safety data, the rules were not enforced and women who got breast implants were often not followed after their surgery.  And, as the article above points-out, many of these studies are performed by the manufacturers, and thus biased in their results, and even, in some cases, based on flawed studies or studies which were never fully completed.

In 2011, the FDA began tracking a cancer of the immune system (breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL)) linked to textured breast implants. “Over the next several years, as studies were completed, FDA and medical experts recognized that rather than just being possibly associated” with ALCL, breast implants caused ALCL, and that the risk was highest among women with textured breast implants.”  This led to a recall of textured breast implants.

It should be noted that several other types of implants, besides the currently used silicone and saline ones, have been developed and implanted into women without proper long-term safety studies.  “Although these implants were enthusiastically promoted by plastic surgeons and the media as a “natural” and safer alternative to silicone or saline implants, clinical trials were apparently never conducted on humans with these implants. By 2000, serious safety concerns resulted in the removal of all three from the market. The fact that they had been praised by doctors and patients when they were initially introduced serves as a reminder that the long-term risks of implants are not always obvious during the first few years of use. That is why studies of the risks of long-term use – which are still lacking for silicone implants – are essential to establish the safety of all kinds of implants.”

Next, it should be noted that “All breast implants will eventually break, but it is not known how many years the breast implants that are currently on the market will last.” In an FDA study, most women had at least one broken implant w/i 11 years, & likelihood of rupture increases every year. Silicone leaked for 21%, even though most were unaware of it. Studies conducted by manufacturers show that w/i 3 years, about 75% of breast cancer / 50% of first-time augmentation patients had at least one complication – e.g., pain, infection, hardening, or more surgery.

Reports of complications associated with implants are widely available – from medical journals to public FDA meetings to women’s self-help groups focused on breast implants and the multiple serious health problems associated with them. “Research clearly shows that implants are associated with significant health, cosmetic, and economic risks within the first few years and these risks increase over time. Unfortunately, long-term risks remain unknown because of a lack of well-designed and carefully conducted scientific studies. When they approved silicone gel breast implants in 2006, the FDA required two implant manufacturers, Allergan and Mentor, to each conduct 10-year studies of at least 40,000 women to determine why implants break, how long they can be expected to last, and what the longer-term health consequences of broken and leaking breast implants might be. Unfortunately, however, those studies were never completed and the FDA did not require the companies to substitute similarly well-designed studies.”

Sadly, under patriarchy, women’s health and lives are expendable, provided they have served the needs – profit generating, sexual, domestic, child-bearing – of society’s dominant males. Thus, despite the known risks, breast implants are still being sold to women as a safe.

  • At $10 k – 30 k per breast, with removal/replacement costs as high as implant costs, and $100 – 400 k if something goes wrong, breast implants create a gigantic tit for capitalism to suck on.

Women cooperate in this patriarchal barbarism because it is a way for her to belong, to be “sexy”, to get/hold a job, and/or a husband.

Males fetishize big boobs – overgrown babies, they fixate on huge mammary glands, at the expense of the infants breasts evolved to feed.

See our other articles on female mutilation:

Logical Phallusies

Women – Do As We Say, Not As We Do

A patriarchal society relentlessly fetishizes chastity, virginity and fidelity.

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xx Men mouth their loyalty to these virtues.

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Women are expected to live them.


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Double Standards

Missionary Position Culture: Men On Top

Men occupy the top rungs of corporations, governments and educational institutions.

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Men still command more pay for their work, as well as more respect.

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Men still do not shoulder their fair share of the housework or childcare.

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Despite over 100 years of feminism, and society’s protestations of equality and modernity, patriarchy still dominates Western society. We still live in a missionary position culture, with men on top.

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And, too many of us are still uncomfortable with any other possibility. Too many of us feel a frisson of embarrassment, of guilt, about being a feminist.

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We are loath to admit it of ourselves, uncomfortable seeing it in our sisters, and reluctant to raise our children, particularly our sons, as anything other than slaves of archaic patriarchal beliefs and behaviours.

Gender Bias in Science

Women Enjoy Sex – Outrageous!

The tiny female clitoris has over 8,000 nerve endings – more than the entire male penis.
The only reason the clitoris exists is to provide women with pleasure.

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If men had such a remarkable organ, devoted only to providing them with pleasure, well, you know, we’d never hear the end of it.

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Science texts would extol its existence and show how it proves male biological superiority, leading naturally to male dominance and female submissiveness.

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No wonder they cut it off in so many Patriarchal cultures.
And if a Patriarchy doesn’t excise it, they erase it – both sexes are kept ignorant of its existence.

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What is Female Genital Mutilation

FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION (FGM) is dangerous, with no medical benefits, done to eliminate female enjoyment of sex. It is excruciatingly painful – it should be classified as torture.

  • For millennia, billions of little girls have suffered, without anesthesia, the slicing-off, scarring, stitching and cauterizing of their vulvas. FGM kills 10%+. If she survives, she will have long-term physical, mental, and emotional health problems which hurt both her and her newborn.
  • VICTIMS: 200 m living females + 3 m more per year. Cutting is usually done by age 9.

“I am now a dead person,” said Malika, a young mother from Ethiopia’s Afar region, after recounting the pain and trauma she suffered when she was first cut, then on her wedding night, and again when she gave birth.



FGM means that someone – often a girl’s mother or female relatives – cuts-off or damages parts of her external genitalia, generally with no anesthetic, under unsanitary conditions (the knife may be rusty and used repeatedly on multiple girls lined-up for the procedure, without being cleaned, passing on diseases such as HIV), with no medical care available.  It is usually performed on a girl under the age of 9 – that is without consent, and when she cannot even understand what the process means. She is held-down by family members, a rag stuffed into her mouth to stop the screaming, since the procedure is excruciatingly painful. It takes weeks before the girl can even walk again – if she survives.  Often the girls bleed to death or later die of infection – with a death rate estimated higher than 10%. 

FGM causes serious life-long health problems, including life-threatening childbirth complications and death.  The pain inflicted by FGM does not stop after the procedure – it continues as unending agony for the girl’s entire life.

FGM is most often performed by traditional cutters using knives, scissors, scalpels, pieces of glass or razor blades.  They usually lack medical training and know nothing of sterilization or antiseptics, or how to assist a girl who is bleeding to death or has contracted a life-threatening infection.  Indeed, the way they deal with a girl’s death is to blame her – she must have been a witch or in league with the devil, and thus deserved her fate.

In come countries, FGM may be done by a medical professional – completely contrary to the Hippocratic Oath and to medical ethics and morals.


  • Clitorodectomy (FGM 1) – partial or total removal of her clitoris / the hood covering it.
  • Excision (FGM 2) – partial or total removal of her clitoris / hood and the inner and/or outer lips around it.
  • Infibulation (FGM 3) – Sealing her vagina by cutting-off parts of her vulva and closing it using stitches / scraping the remaining tissues to glue them together with her blood. Her legs are then tied with rope, leaving her unable to move for 15 to 40 days while the wound heals or she dies from infection and/or blood loss. 

    Infibulation is designed to prevent a girl from having sex, as only a tiny hole is left so she may urinate and her blood may trickle out at menstruation.  Her vulva is reopened by her husband on the wedding day – either with his penis, or if that is not effective, with a knife, so that he can have sex with her. At birth, women must be cut again because the opening of the vagina is too small for the passage of the baby. Opening her vulva by cutting her again is called defibulation.  Often her vulva is resealed between births – this is known as reinfibulation.
  • Other (FGM 4) – all other damage for non-medical reasons (e.g., pricking, piercing, incising, scraping, and cauterizing).

FGM causes a girl to experience a lifetime of serious health problems and chronic pain.

Medical effects include:

  • Death, excruciating pain, shock, tetanus and other infections, scarring, cysts, abscesses, fistulas, ulcers, and other tissue damage, urinary / pelvic infections and disorders, incontinence, discharges, itching, bacterial vaginosis, chronic pain, menstrual problems, as well as that menstrual blood can’t drain properly, depression, anxiety, memory loss, sleep disorders, PTSD, sexual dysfunction and dyspareunia (painful sexual intercourse), greater risk of HIV and increased susceptibility to other types of infections, and the risks associated with later surgery (defibulation and reinfibulation).

  • Infertility and adverse obstetric outcomes: stillbirth, prolonged and obstructed labor, episiotomy, caesarean section, postpartum hemorrhage, need for extended aftercare, death of the mother / newborn. The infants of mothers who had undergone FGM, especially the more extensive types of FGM 2 and FGM 3, have a greater risk of dying at birth compared to the infants of mothers who had not undergone FGM. Those who have been cut have a greater risk of infertility and they are 2x as likely to die in childbirth. (  One study found that about 22% of perinatal deaths in infants born to women with FGM can be attributed to the FGM. FGM is estimated to lead to 1 to 2 extra infant deaths per 100 deliveries. (
  • With infibulation (FGM 3), where the labia are cut and sealed together to narrow the vaginal opening, women have to be cut again to enable sexual intercourse and childbirth causing additional trauma and pain, while exposing her health to further risk. Infibulated women face the highest danger of serious childbirth complications that can take the life of both the mother and the newborn.


FGM originated in, and is extensively practiced in, Africa and the Middle East. (Refer to map: By Johnuniq – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0,

Johnuniq, Wikicommons

It is also practiced in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Pakistan, India and Sri Lanka.

Communities which practice FGM rationalize the torture of their children as necessary for social acceptance – contrary to biological reality, they maintain that a girl isn’t a woman and can’t be married until she has undergone the cut.  

It should be noted that there is NO religious obligation to cut girls – none of the holy books used in these areas provides any support for the practice.  It is purely cultural – just like cannibalism once was.  As such, like cannibalism, it can be eliminated by using education to change values.

Sadly, the hardest battle may be with the women of these communities, the majority of whom support some form of cutting, according to the UN.

“Somehow the messaging and the awareness raising is getting through but still, they want to cut, still, they want to touch the girl,” said [Doctor Mariam] Dahir. “This is exactly a patriarchal community – they don’t want the girl to live the way that she is.”


With the dispersion of peoples from these regions to other areas of the world, FGM is now being practised globally.  This is a very disturbing trend, which has been made more worrisome by what is called “the medicalization” of the procedure.  This means FGM is performed by health practitioners – community health workers, midwives, nurses or doctors – contrary to the Hippocratic Oath and to medical ethics and morals.

It may even be offered to new parents as part of a standard package of care for newborn girls. 

The fact that it is done by a medical worker does NOT mean it is done under anesthesia, or with the proper sanitary and medical care in place.  Nor does it alter the fact that the procedure has NO MEDICAL BENEFITS and condemns that girl to a life of chronic pain and ill-health, as well as endangering her life and the lives of her children. Furthermore, a huge percentage of girls are still dying because of the procedure, even when performed by a health worker.    

UNFPA estimates that one in five girls subjected to FGM were cut by trained health care providers, and in some countries, it’s more than three in four.

Western countries are now lifting the licenses, and imprisoning, medical workers who engage in this practice, which is torture and a violation not only of ethics and morals, but of a girl’s human rights.

In many countries FGM is now illegal – but that has not stopped the procedure from being performed.

What countries is female circumcision illegal?

Criminal Legislation/Decree (year enacted)

  • African Nations:
  • Benin (2003)
  • Burkina Faso (1996)
  • Central African Republic (1966)
  • Chad (2003)
  • Côte d’Ivoire (1998)
  • Djibouti (1994)
  • Egypt (2008)
  • Eritrea (2007)
  • Ethiopia (2004)
  • Ghana (1994)
  • Guinea (1965, 2000)
  • Kenya (2001)
  • Mauritania (2005)
  • Niger (2003)
  • Senegal (1999)
  • South Africa (2005)
  • Tanzania (1998)
  • Togo (1998)
  • Nigeria (2015)

Industrialized Nations:

  • Australia (6 of 8 states, 1994-97)
  • Belgium (2000)
  • Canada (1997)
  • Cyprus (2003)
  • Denmark (2003)
  • Italy (2005)
  • New Zealand (1995)
  • Norway (1995)
  • Spain (2003)
  • Sweden (1982, 1998)
  • United Kingdom (1985)
  • United States (Federal law, 1996; 17 of 50 states, 1994-2006)


One of the key reasons for FGM is that it confers perfect male control over female sexuality:

  • Girls who survive the procedure usually do not return to school. Now women, they are quickly married off to men who often have several other wives already.
    • She cannot experience genital pleasure and the pain of sex is so overwhelming she avoids it.
    • With FGM 3 a woman is repeatedly traumatized and abused – she is cut as a child, for sex, and for birth. Her vulva may be resealed b/w children.

“How could women do something like that to one another, how?” she asks, her eyes welling up with tears. “Being circumcised is like living in a dead body.”


Women cooperated in this patriarchal barbarism, inflicting it on daughters because it was the way for her to belong and get a husband.

  • Mothers forcibly restrain daughters, stuffing a rag in her mouth to stop screaming as she is cut, then tying her legs for 15-40 days, leaving her unable to move as she heals.

What rationalizations are used for FGM? Many of those who support FGM believe it to be a religious obligation. Traditionalists see it as necessary to becoming a woman and a procedure which ensures cleanliness or better marriage prospects. Another reason cited is that FGM prevents promiscuity and excessive clitoral growth, preserves virginity, and enhances male sexuality.

It is critical to emphasize that female circumcision does not have the support of any religion’s holy books and that it does not confer any benefits claimed, while seriously undermining the health of girls, their offspring, and even, as discussed below, their husbands. 

Finally, another key reason for acceptance of FGM is that males fetishize a mutilated vulva:

  • A “real man” breaks open the stitches / scars on the wedding night by ramming his penis into her. If that is unsuccessful, he takes a knife to her vulva.
  • The myth is it increases his sexual pleasure by penetrating her scarred, damaged, and bleeding flesh.

The reality: FGM is rationalized as being about cleanliness and womanhood. In reality, it stops a woman from experiencing sexual pleasure, meaning she is unlikely to want sexual activity, keeping her chaste, even after marriage. And the fact that the medical effects include abscesses, fistulas, ulcers, and other tissue damage, urinary / pelvic infections and disorders, incontinence, and discharges, as well as that menstrual blood can’t drain properly, means that this procedure not only creates “uncleanliness”, but puts her husband at risk of contracting infection every time he has sex with her. Painful sex, combined with difficulty of penetration and decreased lubrication, means that her husband will be unlikely to enjoy a satisfying sex life. Psychological effects, including PTSD and anxiety, mean that both he and his children will suffer along with the wife.


Around the world, over 200 million females are living with the consequences of FGM. And that number is growing by 3 m per year due to the lack of awareness surrounding it and the secrecy with which FGM is practiced.

We need to end FGM by speaking-out about it and raising awareness about the reality of this gruesome practice, tackling the pervasive gender discrimination and cultural ignorance that allows FGM to be practiced.  FGM is a global human rights concern – it requires the attention of everybody to protect and save millions of women and girls.

With FGM, one is forced to wonder if there is no limit on the torture that society will inflict on little girls?

Imagine the pain, the trauma and the lasting consequences to a girl’s health and well-being, to her offspring and to her family. 

FGM violates the human rights of women and girls. 

No one should have to live through this type of torture for any reason.

Share this in your story to spread awareness about this unspeakable violation of the rights, health, and dignity of women worldwide. Together we can make a difference and contribute to the UN’s goal of ending FGM by 2030.

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Logical Phallusies

Bad Dog – Errrr, Woman

If you could ask the dog in a loving household, it’d probably tell you how wonderful it is to have a master.
Ditto for traditional wives who have swallowed Patriarchal values.

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How often have we heard some woman who hit it lucky in the marriage lottery, telling us of her benevolent husband, how wonderful life in confinement is, how safe and protected she feels, that having to ask for male permission for even the simplest of activities is not a burden, that being without equal rights is no handicap for her, and how satisfying it is for her to be a chattel.

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Dogs do not cry for one of their species trapped in the brutal hands of an abuser.
Ditto for traditional wives brainwashed by Patriarchal values. They too rarely express sympathy for their sisters caught in abusive, violent marriages.
Indeed, they often blame their abused sister for the attacks upon her body, mind and soul.

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A willing slave is valuable to the Patriarchy because a willing slave always believes other slaves must be responsible for their own plight.

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Bad dog – errrr, woman – she had it coming to her.

Catch-22 (Snatch-22)

What If Your Owner Is A Bastard?

Being the family dog can be attractive.
If you have a good Master, you are well fed, have a roof over your head, a comfortable bed, and a loving home.

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Being a traditional wife in a Patriarchal society can be attractive.
If you have a good Husband, you are well fed, have a roof over your head, a comfortable bed, and a loving home.

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But dog, or woman, it’s a bit rough if you get a bastard running the house.