Nov 9, 2019, 5:30 PM
—“I guess my question is: Why is the feminine always framed as negative or wrong? I understand GSRRM would be wrong for a male. But isn’t there an appropriate application? Is it only among women? Should it have any reach beyond that? Please excuse if I’m out of line here. I ask in all sincerity.”— New Person
by Brandon Hayes:
Intellectual honesty will never be met with hostility here. 🙂
You’re simply mistaking things.
In the case of stigma (scarlet letter) you’re talking about norms.
Shaming to maintain order.
GRSM is shaming to undermine order (create chaos).
Shaming isn’t wrong.
–The Propertarian Institute–
^He’s good. 😉
1 -So violence can be used to:
… (a) violate law, or (b) enforce law.
2 – Shaming can be used to:
… (a) subvert norms or enforce norms.
3 – The difference is:
… (a) cost and severity of punishment must fit the crime.
… (b) shaming is cheap to perform and to correct
… (c) violence is expensive to perform and to correct.
4 – GSRRM (undermining) can be used to
… (a) suppress truth
… (b) undermine those who speak truth
… (c) undermine societies that operate by trust and truth.