Good Chateau post here:
It starts with a good classic red pill quote, and in the last paragraph, Heartiste NAILS the difference between freedom and license.
First, the quote from Cato the Elder:
Woman is a violent and uncontrolled animal, and it is useless to let go the reins and then expect her to not kick over the traces. You must keep her on a tight rein… Women want total freedom or rather – to call things by their proper names – total license. If you allow them to achieve complete equality with men, do you think they will be easier to live with? Not at all. Once they have achieved equality, they will be your masters…
This quote illustrates what has happened with feminism: When we gave women equality, they wasted not a microsecond before they started forcing men to support children that aren’t theirs, legally discriminating against men in hiring, removing the presumption of innocence for men accused of rape, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. There can be no equality with women; it simply isn’t a Nash stable situation. If men don’t put limits on their participation in social decision-making, before you know it feminists have taken over everything. Now you’re in jail because you and a woman each had a glass of wine and then had sex… but her wine removes her responsibility for her actions, neutralizing her consent… But your wine doesn’t remove your responsibility for your actions, so YOU’RE A RAPIST!!
Next, Heartiste nails the difference between freedom and license:
License is different than freedom in that it grants the recipient a reprieve from personal responsibility and from the consequences of one’s actions. License means basically the removal of moral agency, so when women demand license what they are demanding is blamelessness.
That is beautifully precise. Freedom, properly speaking, would mean that you have the right to get your dumb ass drunk and stupidly hook up with someone you normally wouldn’t bang. Then you wake up in the morning, regret it, and deal with the consequences of your own behavior like an adult. Many women are willing to do this, of course, but too many aren’t. They want the right to say “I was raped!” to blame their fuck-witted choice on someone else. That is not freedom; it’s license.