THE SPHERES OF INFLUENCE OF MALE AND FEMALE MEANS OF COERCION
QUESTION BY CURTD
— “As a man, like the majority of men, I have more control over regulating my violence, than almost any woman has control over her undermining. The question is why? Why do males have greater control of violence, and greater dependence on truth and systematizing than women?” —
ANSWER BY contrafabian @ContraFabianist
While violence is largely monopolized by the state; thus reserved for and defended by the established managers.
Undermining is a strategy complementary to upward mobility across managerial settings (not just the state)
One produces disincentives, the other produces incentives.
IOW: Violence is strategically reserved for established elites, furthering domestication of the outgroup distribution of male biases
Undermining is strategically dispersed for the established elite, ascendant elite, and underclass. Thus, there is less of a domesticating effect.
Female coercion is more scalable in the acquisition of competitive advantages across institutions. Domestication of the M bias is produced more easily than that of the F bias bc modern means of social mobility favour the suppression of the former and specialization of the latter.
(Absolutely flawless application of P. – CurtD)15