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So, we have established that, logically, the Masculine Imperative should dominate.  It’s all about the men.  Right?  Right.  But does that necessarily mean that women have no role?  No, that is absurd.

What is the role of women?  Women provide added dimension to society and to a man’s life.  Women are essential for childbearing and for rearing young children.  Romance is somehow essential to a man and that requires women ordinarily (homosexuality being excluded).  Women who are submitted to their men are a blessing; women who are rebellious are a curse.

So, what does this mean for the MI man?  How does he relate to women?  He is playful, engaging, fun, warm, and sexual; he makes women feel uneasy and insecure, but delightfully and sexually alive.  The MI man makes women feel like women.  He flirts with all kinds of women–both the attractive and the unattractive.

The MI man doesn’t place too much importance on any single woman or on the feelings of women.  He is alternately aloof at times and engaging at times.  The MI man doesn’t brood over one woman or her emotional antics.  He engages many women simultaneously.  The MI man eschews Oneitis–the pursuit of the “Soul Mate”.  The MI man knows that the idea of each person having a soul mate is a myth and he plays the field.  If the MI breaks up with a woman, he knows that women are like buses–another will be along in ten minutes.  If a particular favorite is unavailable, the MI man finds a woman at hand to love.  Stephen Stills’ advice to “love the one you’re with” is ageless.