The biggest aspect of a culture is control: And with cultures, control is something that is established in the name of “higher morality” or in the name of “freedom” in order for a man to be able to assert his choices as great whether in acting in accordance to them in a fashion that is more strict than the culture is (where then one can say, “the other people in our culture are not as moral as I want my children/family to be..this is why I am more controlling of them”) or whether in acting in accordance to them in a less strict fashion (where then one can say, “The other people in our culture are old fashioned and I do not want my children/family to be ignorant like them….this is why I want them to have freedom”) thereby giving men a sense of individual control within the culture all while keeping women grouped the hell up at their mercy. It is to be noted that “more freedom” in a culture is always the “ultimate freedom” as a man feels like he has given the women more than they deserve in relation to others—thereby, enabling him to establish more control over them that way. The control factor is an “at-your-own-pace” luxurious day spa that can give a man a sense of respect or a sense of righteousness as the culture stands behind him for any freedom he has allowed for a woman to have where that becomes an example for why the culture deserves to exist (meaning: the culture takes credit for men who “stray” away from it in such fashion as to say, “we are advancing…just look at those people in our culture who have allowed women to get education, work, etc”) …and abandoning–while still sticking by–any men who are too strict and too old fashioned as it uses them to speak about the innocence of their hearts where they are painted as ones who are too old to matter (meaning: “those people are too old and they do not know better… our culture is old and rich and that is part of its greatness..and it is for that reason that we have been able to advance.”) Men are able to establish individual control over women as they are able to establish individual terms of freedom for themselves in it where one can say, “I want to emphasize the wearing of the hijab as the most important thing ever”, for example—or one is able to say, “I want to emphasize the hijab as old fashioned” if they also choose it to be that way in order to create a cultural formula that best suits them individually and in order to make “control” an aspect of women’s life whether in restricting them or “freeing” them.
As the culture stands strong by elements of “everyday life”—which is composed of food, dress code, and music—these elements become a thing not necessary but a thing that a woman is neither able to do with or without. For food becomes part of what makes the woman as it makes her one who is inherent to the culture whenever she cooks it as she serves it in accordance to her own taste. And clothing becomes part of what makes the woman as it makes her one who is inherent to the culture whenever she picks out an outfit to wear as the culture serves her up in its style although in accordance to her own taste. And music becomes an aspect of culture that establishes her importance in it in a fashion that is promising enough to make her daydream of that which she may never have—thereby making it a hallucinatory aspect that gives a rhythm to the entire culture as it gives it the “better tone” that men want of it to have. Culture becomes a thing that is inclusive of women forgetting that existence itself is just as inclusive of them even if all that one was to do was to breathe.
In relation to the mind, an emphasis such as the one that a culture establishes is one that is defining of the self in such fashion that always makes her want to defend it whenever she wants to defend her own self. And although men are able to abandon cultural practices whenever the hell they want, it appears that the difficulty for them to do so is no different that men’s ability to abandon their views that say, “abortions/no abortions” here in the west–as a “difficulty” does not really exist at all but it is one that is based on ideological-defenses as if Mother Teresa has entered the building. This gives all women within a culture an “evil tone” due to the difficulty being a thing that is demanded out of them and due to the fact that it becomes a thing that defines them as they become ones who are neither able to carry it well nor are able to see any other woman adhere to it properly enough. Hence, a sense of urgency and chaos in addition to a sense of “condescending contempt” is part of an interaction within a culture as a woman is often too frustrated with her own self yet alone to be able to maintain a solidity with others. Cattiness, gossip, backstabbing, jealousy, cursing out, ordering, and negatively judging—are an emphasis of such frustration as these become a female cultural expression and as these become a thing that establishes a personal sense of highs and lows in it where the woman feels a sense of “control” in relation to where she stands in this world given that she feels “in control of her own conduct” through these aspects. It is a piece of empty paper and the woman is handed a pencil as she can go all out if she likes. Here is an eraser too if you want! Draw and redraw as many times as the paper can stand it.
To play women for fools in such manner is not only disrespectful but it is a disrespectful gesture that is emphasized as funny, creative, lively, out of the box, arrogant, rule-bending, important, innocent, playful, and within that which makes a woman who she is. Such emphasis is not only time wasteful and age wasteful, but it is a “sin at play” as a woman loses rights with herself to order herself as important enough to be taken seriously by her own self given that “not taking herself seriously” is that which a culture requires of her to do and despite the fact that those things are merely her expression of how she feels in it. Meaning: culture emphasizes women’s-self-expression as that which is against her no matter what it is that she is trying to express given that expressing herself is something that plays out against her no matter what she tries to do. Which is, again, a way to play women for fools.
Emphasis on a foolishness-that-does-not-exist is a sin indeed… for there is no greater foolishness than one who has participated, even for a few minutes, in undermining her own self. And such foolishness can be felt as a thing of shame as it becomes a silencer against women making it a luxury if she was to just shut the hell up and do as told. A sin is something similar to prostitution as men have their way in a fashion that is draining enough for the woman to feel its unfairness—hence, giving her a sense of personal responsibility over her own actions as it becomes a right feeling if one was to take her in-front of the gates as to stone her to death (meaning: “you should have known better than to do this!” as a woman should have known better not to “accept” being treated in an unfair manner). And with such emphasis on this foolishness-that-does-not-really-exist, a woman becomes one who is easy to persuade as she loses credibility with her own self. That is a sin indeed….For a mind full of intelligence is a mind.
In the mind, a culture is accepted by the aspect of humanity and justification—although a culture tries to adjust more than it tries to just justify the terms of humanity. Hence, where the mind understands humanity through its ability to justify, cultures attempt to make the mind find it at its final justification—thereby turning it into an emphasis that is no longer a thing that can be considered a “justification” but a thing that still requires more reasoning. This, in turn, gives a culture a “test-and-trial” under tone as it tries to order which direction one is allowed to reason and as it attempts to guide a person’s reasoning… thereby, leaving a person to be the one who is not intelligent enough to comprehend otherwise—despite the fact that reasoning is not a thing that starts with another person where the mind is merely there to pick-up where the other person has left off as a way of life. This “test-and-trial” feeling is a thing that threatens the mind to “just go with the flow” and to “just let it go” as it is a threat that says that one is under-qualified to reason properly for her own self. In that, “reasoning” itself becomes a threat that is felt by the woman as a wall that makes her change the direction of her thoughts as to remain within the boundaries already established as she feels a sense of helplessness in regards to breaking it down. Meaning: there is a feeling of a hurdle or an obstacle in relation to the thinking process that most women have probably felt whenever they actively tried to think—where upon reaching that obstacle, the woman feels a sense of a push-back that is established by many “opposing” points launching at her at once as to not allow her to properly tackle them since she merely is thinking about one point…thereby, forcing the woman to “drop the issue” in her own mind as she feels, “where the hell do I even start?!” as thinking becomes too big and too messy of a job. For a value system that has been organized by men is a thing that is interconnected in the mind already in such fashion that does not allow a person to penetrate through it using a need or a desire or an interest she has as to allow her the ability to justify doing them if they are against what the culture has prescribed—in that, making it easier and more “logical” for a woman to continue to obey cultural rules. The establishment of a value system is indeed a thing that reorganizes the mind of a woman in a fashion that is collective amongst all women as to keep them all within a come-back-over-here distance where such distance does not allow for a woman to venture far from the culture without her being caught up in it if not physically but by its daily aspects that keep her tied to it as she cannot seem to get away long enough to establish a sense of a “different” self yet alone to build anything solid upon it. For when it comes to culture, 24 hours is not long enough of a time to establish a personal sense of order neither is it enough of a time for one to wrap her head around her own life as to opposite it specially when living within that which already opposes her enough to make her too busy to do anything past daily chores and required maintenance of the self.
When one emphasizes using culture as it is an emphasis, it appears that women (and a lot of men as well) have a general feeling of being outcasted and singled out even when they are included and engaged in it. For the feeling of, “why only me?!” and “what is this thing that is my shitty luck?!” is something that is established by a culture in relation to holding a woman accountable for all of its aspects in such fashion that the general feeling that a woman has is that of a “group” more than it is so of an “individual”. Hence, a woman feels picked-on if merely by the fact that things do not seem to go her way no matter what as she tries time-and-time-again to get it right at no avail. Feeling this way while one has done the right thing in relation to the culture, and one feels a sense of injustice that bas been casted down from the heavens as a curse against her. And feeling this way while one has deviated from doing the right thing in relation to the culture, and one feels a sense of guilt and a sense of wrong-doing that is pestering in nature as to not allow one the room to rest. Hence, it appears that religion gives a culture a sense of “hope” as to help its member establish a sense of faith in order for them to not go insane enough to blow themselves up—which is a thing that any sensible person would do otherwise (I will speak about the failure of Islam to do that in another paper).
An emphasis, which in relation to beliefs and thoughts should be a thing that requires debating and arguing of different points of view, is a thing that establishes itself through culture as “already correct” without consideration to the woman or her thoughts or her opinions or her desires as it becomes a thing that has fundamentally deviated from the nature of logic, common sense, respect, order, and righteousness as well as a thing that has fundamentally deviated from the nature of the mind whether those beliefs are ultimately found to be correct or not. Meaning: one cannot say, “our culture is correct” because the emphasis established by any culture and used by any culture is already NOT correct nor is it logical for one to be able to assert such point given that a culture stands as a summary of beliefs uninvestigable as those beliefs are only examinable by their own rules having already been graded and given a perfect score.