Talk:Female sex favoritism

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Historical accuracy[edit source]

There have been quite gynocentric cultures a lot earlier, e.g. the vikings. I'm sure Altmark22 can come up with more. The willingness of men to provide for young and fertile women and secure exclusive sexual access to them is very likely innate to our species and can be found in pretty much all cultures, even in very egalitarian hunter-gatherers like the Ache and the Sharanahua as mentioned on Hypergamy. This goes hand in hand with a moderately polygynous species, I think. The notion that this is social construction is likely feminist social construction. An argument can be made, perhaps, that more recent large scale systems have exaggerated some aspects of this to sublimate it into greater social cohesion and economic output. Bibipi (talk) 13:59, 2 March 2020 (UTC)

This page is mostly a chapter by chapter summary of a section of Gynocentrism by Peter Wright which seeks to track female sex favoritism from feudalism to the modern Disney princess. More specifically about how the particular modern Western version of female sex favoritism evolvedWilliam (talk) 14:25, 2 March 2020 (UTC)
At the same time of course a lot can be added here if it's relevant to todayWilliam (talk) 14:26, 2 March 2020 (UTC)
Also, some feminist analyses cross other groups. Chivalrous female-sex-favoritism has been explicitly criticised by MGTOWs, radfems, incels, and MRAs.William (talk) 14:30, 2 March 2020 (UTC)
So like, female Gods in Native American culture wouldn't be very interesting to include in this page, but Victorianism would. Just depends on the relevance to today.William (talk) 14:34, 2 March 2020 (UTC)