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The Feminine Imperative has sought to take money from men and give the money to the Apex Alpha (the govt.), so that women are no longer dependent on betas to provide resources.

Similarly, the Feminine Imperative has sought to eliminate the dependence that women have on betas for protection.  Hence, the anti-rape laws.  In ancient Rome, there was no acceptance of women having a right to their bodies.  Rape, in Rome, was an offense against the head of the household where women lived.  The head of the household had the authority to have sex with anyone in the household, barring incest and Roman citizens (always men).  If the head of the household didn’t acquiesce to the marriage of his daughter, the head of the household could punish the husband for rape.

In ancient Rome, the phallus was the main sex symbol–a sign that the Masculine Imperative was dominant.  The existence of anti-rape laws and cash&prizes divorce laws are signs that the Feminine Imperative is dominant.  Men go to jail for non-payment of child support & alimony; lack of resources is no excuse.  The Feminine Imperative seeks to minimize/eliminate the need for betas.  Men are enslaved under the FI.  Women lack rights under the Masculine Imperative.  There is no middle ground.