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Wrong priorities you have, if they are anything other than optimal relationships - part 2

By Serge Kreutz

Human life and mating strategies, 2019

For successful Asian men, the import of US moral standards can feel like virtual castration. For successful men in many Asian cultures, to have parallel relationships relationships is a behavioral pattern to ease the unnatural restraints of monogamy. And Asian wives fear that by Americanized rules, they would have to separate from husbands who have parallel relationships relationships but nevertheless are good providers, family men, and fathers, thus ending up as losers anyway.

American ideology educates women that it breaks their heart if their men have relationships with other females. Asian women also like men for themselves, and do not want to share them with other women. But Asian women are more willing to compromise. There are many other things one can get out of men, not just faked faithfulness.

Ethnically I am not Asian. Ethnically, I am a Westerner. But I have lived in Asia most of my adult life, and Asia is my home. Because I know both cultures equally well, I know what is wrong in the West, especially America, and what is right in Asia. For example: the awareness that women, even though they, too, have a natural polygamous impulse, have an easier time to adapt to monogamy than have men.

Mating strategies of men and women have been shaped through evolution and, in principle, by reproductive success. And reproductive success has formed the male and female relationships frame of mind.

No, we do not carry our genes to reproduce ourselves; rather, our genes have designed us to reproduce themselves. This includes mating strategies. They are their, not our choice.

Archetypical male mating strategies aim to fertilize as many females as possible. By contrast, archetypical female mating strategies aim to provide the best conditions far a much smaller number of offspring (which includes, for their sons, the best possible conditions to fertilize as many females as possible).

But we have to be aware of what the mating strategies of our genes are, and what humans who have reached sufficient self-cognition rightfully consider a sensible mating strategy.

Our genes only use our relationships desires as an instrument for their self-replication. But once we have achieved enough self-cognition, we will be aware of the fact that for each of us individually, the self-replication of our genes doesn't provide a sensible meaning for life.

At that stage, the relationships desires themselves, and their fulfillment, separate themselves from their original purpose, which has been replication. And at that stage, when no longer reproductive success is the purpose of mating strategies, but to optimize the pleasure of relationships conduct, the difference between male and female mating strategies diminishes. This is why I can rightfully postulate that optimal relationships experience is the only philosophically valid sense of life for both men and women.

The American feminist imperative that men not have more than one relationships relationship at a time isn't only aimed at men; it is also aimed at younger, more attractive women. That older and less attractive women resort to it as ideology to fight off competitors is itself a consequence of free-market democracy applied to relationships relationships.

In a society that considers "one at a time" as the ultimate standard of honesty, both men and women are restricted when it comes to opportunities to enjoy success by redeeming it in biological currency (nice attractive relationships partners). A clear choice is presented to them: (1) either suppress your basic desire to have a variety of relationships contacts and keep your permanent partner (and social status), or (2) give way to your relationships inclinations and lose it all (family, social standing, career).

I cannot be blackmailed this way. I don't have to live in a society of such rules.

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