A Reading of The Female of the Species by Rudyard Kipling

This is a poem about women; both the great, and the terrible.  A must-watch for Red Pill Men.

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Davis M.J. Aurini

Trained as a Historian at McMaster University, and as an Infantry soldier in the Canadian Forces, I'm a Scholar, Author, Film Maker, and a God fearing Catholic, who loves women for their illogical nature.

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4 Responses

  1. Warrior_Savant says:

    I’ve always enjoyed Kipling and his poems. Who didn’t like the Jungle Book as a kid?

    But I read this poem of his in the same vein that I read “The White Man’s Burden”

    This is Kipling giving advice and warning in poetic verse. Just as in “White Man’s Burden”, he admonishes his audience to understand who they are and the world in which they live. The female is more dangerous than the male, quite frankly because of her nature. She is intemperate, unforgiving, ruthless and ultimately self-serving if left to her own devices. Spite, vanity and jealousy shall be her primary motivations. Even if to the ruin of all others. As Rudyard said, let her command or even enthrall…but never govern nor enslave.

    Take heed gentlemen. Take heed.

  2. Glenfilthie says:

    This may not go over well with the self proclaimed alpha males and my intellectual and moral superiors – but the message here is simple.

    Respect them. Respect them the same way you would respect a grizzly sow with cubs. They can and WILL f*** you up, alpha male or no – if you let them. Try to manipulate or lead them at your peril. Men’s hearts will break under the right circumstances…but those same circumstances will produce a homicidal cold fury in women. Kipling, distilled: Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned!

    I don’t fear the female – but I do watch my step around them and have plans to either kill them, or eject, or a ‘plan B’ in my dealings with them. At the end of the day, fellas, stupid women can only hurt stupid men. It’s the smart ones ya gotta watch out for.

    Some wank in the manosphere (I think it was Uncle Bob) said it best:

    “Don’t f*** somebody crazier than you are!”

  3. Diana says:

    Great video images, great Poem. The reading was a little rushed and over-wrought, though. Poetry can speak for itself, if presented at a measured pace and with clear enough enunciation to allow us to savor each word; histrionics are counterproductive.

  4. Aurini says:

    Thanks, Diana – that’s why I recorded it: practice & critique.