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These programs keep focusing on male-female mating process and the competition/ aggression/ rivalry between the males and blows both of them way out of proportion to make it seem the only reality of males, when in reality they represent only a minor part of the complete picture.
It had been a long standing dream of the vested interests, ever since they tasted power for the first time as male-female sex was privileged by the societies for its reproductive value — to consolidate their powers and to concretize their victory by defeating permanently the men’s spaces and the male sexual bonds which were the backbone of these spaces.
Instutionalisation of science into an organised body takes away the power of the individual to observe and learn from life on his own: When they institutionalised ‘god’ and said only the authorised body (church) can decide what is god and what he wants and how to get to him, and that you can only reach god through this organised/ authorised body of individuals who are trained in a strict, non-flexible way, — one immediate consequence was that the individual lost the power to communicate directly with the god.
The process of peer-review, which otherwise is an important part of the prescribed scientific methodology, has been so much abused by the forces of heterosexualisation to thwart genuine researches that seek to expose their lies, that even scientists who have a lot of credibility, who want to expose these lies have to circumvent the peer-review process if they want their work to ever reach the public.