January 22, 2014

Why do queers act like girls?

The theory of "male homosexuality as infantilization" explains things better than other popular theories, such as "gays as effeminate" and "gays as hyper-masculine." Females are more neotenous (child-like), hence we would expect similar things from the competing theories that gays are infantilized vs. that they are effeminate. It's hard to distinguish between them.

Some crucial test cases exist where the predictions are different, and the real world pattern clearly points to the infantilization theory. For example, females like to nurture creatures and other people, they dream of getting married, settling down, and starting a family, and as little girls they indulge these instincts by playing with "baby care" dolls -- the ones you cradle, feed, burp, change their diaper, and so on. Little boys couldn't be more turned off by a toy.

And sure enough, gays have no nurturing instinct, are not interested in getting married, settling down, and starting a family, nor do they play with baby-nurturing dolls (despite often playing with dress-up and fashion dolls). Queers are like little boys who never mature beyond their "girls are yucky" and "babies are stupid" phase.

Still, they do have quite effeminate tendencies as children, and that can't be explained directly by viewing them as Peter Pans. Why don't they do little boy activities and get stuck in them, rather than play with dolls, play dress up, and other little girl-y activities?

Steve Sailer linked to an ancient NYT article on gays -- before the movie Philadelphia came out -- in which several researchers on homosexuality make an interesting observation about distant fathers and boys who will grow up to be gay. It's not that distant fathers cause sissy-ish (and ultimately homo) behavior, but instead that boys who are already firmly down the path of sissy and homo behavior alienate their own fathers.

Mothers aren't so disgusted by a little boy who insists on behaving like a baby his whole life -- it gives mothers something to continue mothering -- so they become the refuge for the sissy boy. From there (and perhaps from any sisters he has), the soon-to-be-gay boy picks up so many feminine interests and hobbies.

Except for all those nurture-related activities. That's programmed at too deep of an instinctual level for a little boy to be able to ape the mindset and behavior of his mother or sisters.

It seems like the same dynamic would play out in his relations with boys outside the nuclear family. A stubbornly babyish, self-centered, Me Me Me little faggot will alienate all potential friends he could make on the playground. Boys are more team-oriented, and show little forgiveness for this kind of spoiled behavior.

Girls are more pair-oriented, so he may be able to find a handful of girls to relate with. They won't mind as much that he's an egocentric twit -- girls expect one another to be pretty self-centered and attention-whoring to begin with. Plus: finally a boy who doesn't try to push them down, taunt them, and so on. I know it sounds mean to describe these little girls as proto-fag-hags, but I bet these unusual girl / gay interactions begin earlier than we assume. It's not like it just kicks in out of nowhere when they begin adolescence or young adulthood and are looking for a gay bff to boost their hip status.

At any rate, the effeminate mannerisms and interests that queers show are likely an epiphenomenon. The underlying cause is their infantilization, which ultimately results in their being ostracized by males inside and outside the family, and coping with rejection by joining girl world and adopting its ways, within the bounds set by male instinct.


  1. Multiculturalism makes it harder to form in-groups, and eventually to even understand the concept of loyalty. The faggotization and subsequent crash in fertility should have been obvious to the elites. Maybe it was.

  2. Another parent combination in this case is the bullying, evil father and the overprotective mother. The father is such a negative factor in the boy's life and the mother tries to make up for it and overcompensates. Lacking a positive male role model, he emmulates the mother.

    1. I think research shows the problem with this line of thinking about the "bullying, evil father" and the "overprotective mother." Many behaviors, interests that often turn out to signal a pre-gay boy manifest as early as 18 months and continue as toddlerhood progresses.

      The other thing is that too many pre-gay little boys have dads who aren't bullying or standoffish and too many little boys who have fathers who show little to no interest in them are hetero.

  3. They just do it for the attention, in other words.

    But that being said, it seems that many transgenders may have serious cognitive problems. Even as a little boy, I never thought that putting on a dress would fool people into thinking I was a girl. Therefore, many cross-dressers must lack basic reasoning ability.


  4. i became hag to my longest running fag (he went to sleepaway theater school at 10ish *cough*) at the age of 7 or 8. he didnt even know he was gay yet, members of his family would sit him down and tell him it wa sok if he was gay, he could tell them

  5. I think I have commented on your blog before: I still think gays are guys who are just bad at boy-vs-boy competition, and at some point gave up-and chose to aggressively lose, so to speak (I'm not claiming gays are only this-rather that the 'aggressively give up male competition' is a part of their makeup).

    I recently watched a trailer for a documentary about 'bronies' (grown men who like My Little Pony). It was obvious from the documentary that even the supposed bronies themselve don't take it seriously. It was like an ironic joke documentary, but nobody would admit it was a joke (there were shots of 'bronies' discussing the voice acting of the cartoon, and so on). In essence, they were clearly ironic about their supposed identity, even though they wouldn't admit (and the film producer wouldn't claim) that they were being ironic. You, the viewer, were being forced to take seriously what even the participants weren't taking seriously (for fear of appearing insensitive).

    In other words, 'bronies' weren't actually 'bronies' (genuine fans of this particular little girls' show). They were just using My Little Pony as a vehicle to force their oddness onto outsiders (in essence, saying 'you don't like me? Ok, I'll double down: I'll be a BRONIE-you'll triple not like me!! Take that!!) They are people who don't fit in, and become uber odd as a defense mechanism.

    It was as if a nerd weren't a nerd because of what he genuinely liked (say, D&D, or science, or reading, or whatever a nerd would have interests in and be ostracized for today). Instead, an unpopular kid chose to wear glasses, snort when he laughs, and dress in bad clothes specifically to elicit treatment from others. This nerd (and bronies) aren't outsiders because of what is inside: they are outsiders because of what they want to elicit from others.

    In homosexuals, the same mechanism would be: one can't get attention from others by winning the male competition war: not by being strong, or tough, or a quick wit, or good with the ladies, and so on. So instead, they get attention by being a grotesque: negative attention is nevertheless attention (class clowns probably do the same thing, though they choose to become goofy and absurd).

    This differs from your theory because the choice is motivated by insecurity and desire for attention rather than immaturity.


  6. Thought of this blog last week, when my family and I went on a Disney cruise. The only people without children in tow on the boat were a few seniors and a bunch of gay men.

  7. Lots of what boys do when they act like boys is because its what girls like or to get one over on male rivals. If a boy isn't trying to attract girls, why would he act that way?

    So "girl like" in the negative sense of lacking qualities which males use to attract females and intimidate other males (being in a tough gang with lots of solidarity is one of these).

    (Other male personality stuff not oriented at intimidating other men or winning girls, or acting is a father is just male type subsistence behavior, which is really just being a thing oriented hunter, i.e. high functioning autism traits).

  8. I fucking hate faggots.

    Have you guys seen Sherlock, the BBC modern incarnation? It's written by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss. Gatiss is a faggot. He inserts all these gay innuendos, trying to sexualize the relationship between Holmes and Watson.

    He also plays Mycroft, the older brother of Sherlock, so he can insert himself in the action. If any of you have seen the series, you know what I'm talking about.

    Having Sherlock walk into a meeting with a royal covered in a bed sheet, and stepping on it when Sherlock tries to walk off so Mycroft, played by Gatiss, can enjoy the view of Cumberbatch's ass. Gatiss running on a treadmill wearing tight gay ass pants, getting off of it, lifting his shirt up, patting his stomach, angering Sherlock so he can be pinned down, Jesus fucking Christ, Conan Doyle would kill this faggot if he were alive. And you guys should listen to the way this faggot mentions the Gherkin building in the first season's making of documentary. It's when he's talking about bringing modern London to life.

    All the twitchy, hyper camera movements and convoluted storylines that are stuffed with foreshadowing that Gatiss put so he can look clever, everything in that show proves Agnostic's theories on faggots behaving like adolescents.

    I fucking hate faggotry.

  9. I haven't seen most newer TV shows, and when I do, they usually turn me off. It doesn't come as a surprise that there's a not-so-crypto gay theme in modern shows.

  10. "This differs from your theory because the choice is motivated by insecurity and desire for attention rather than immaturity."

    I'll buy most of what you described, but still would place the infantilization at the root. This leads to their rejection by peers (boys hate babies) and by the father, from there to their insecurity, and from there to their aggressive attention-seeking.

    Natural selection would weed out any attention-seeking behavior that caused the person to become sterile and to die decades earlier than the average.

  11. New look:

    Cyan is one of my favorite colors.

  12. I totally agree with the pre-adolescent stagnation being a primary cause of homosexual behavior (the other being sodomized as a child). As a 5th grade teacher, I watch as one boy child acts like a two year old. The other boys at first treat it as funny. By the mid point of the year they are turned off. He's becoming rejected by the more male students. At this point the girls are still annoyed with him but unless he burches up soon, they'll feel sorry for his rejection (mothers that they will be) and befriend him while he descends into perversion (because isn't that what all weirdo babyish boys really are?). Bran

  13. It's interesting that you can pick all that up when the kids are just in 5th grade. We tend to think that the norms of interaction between gays and others rears its ugly head in adolescence or later. But it looks more like that's just the culmination of tense and awkward relations between the proto-gay boy and others.

  14. "Gays"... Do you also call Blacks "People of Color"?

  15. I think you're giving too much cred to "socialization." Something neurochemically is driving many pre-gay toddlers to develop even the subtlest of feminine mannerisms.

  16. I think the work of Rao will show eventually that very low CNS serotonin results in homosexuality in males and females. Likely something in early life affects either the making of it or the signaling pathways. The digestive system and the CNS make serotonin, but it's the CNS stuff that I think is in play here. See his 2011 and 2013 work.

  17. As someone who is gay and probably a little bit autistic, your posts on gay people and homosexuality are interesting to say the least. It's definitely a perspective I never really considered. I sometimes do feel that I matured less quickly than other people. I'm 20 now, and I feel only about 18 or even 17 mentally. Maybe my perceptions of how certain ages should think/behave are wrong. But still, maybe you're onto something. You're entire blog actually is pretty interesting. I don't agree with a lot of it, but they're still some interesting perspectives.


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