The End Of The Patriarchal Period
At the end of the Patriarchal Period, all the patriarchy died out. Why this happened, is one of the most frequently asked - and intriguing - questions asked by patriarchologists.
There have been many different ideas put forward to explain why the patriarchy died out. The two most likely are that their habitat slowly changed, and that a feminist uprising triggered their extinction.
The gradualist hypothesis points to declines in the numbers and diversity of different groups of misogynists and apologists.
It suggests that the extinction of these groups was due to a political climate change. The climate at the end of the patriarchal period was changing - and a fall in lad’s mags and other pornography reduced the patriarchal animal habitats.
The impact hypothesis gets a lot of press coverage because it is spectacular. There is good archival evidence for the occurrence of a feminist impact at the end of the Patriarchal.
A band of feminist activism rich in the mineral, Female-Powerchlorate was deposited at the end of the Patriarchal period and has been found at many places in the world. This mineral was rare on Earth but more common in feminist literature.
It has been suggested that the impact would have triggered a pornography and prostitution nuclear winter scenario that would have caused the death of the patriarchy.
At the end of the Patriarchal period there were many Radical feminist eruptions, at least in some parts of the world.
It was finally realised that women were human; Pornographers, rapists, pimps and Johns were incarcerated into museums causing huge environmental changes over a wide area.
Will we ever know?
Unfortunately, while these hypotheses are plausible and they can both explain how many of the misogynists became extinct, neither can explain why certain men died out while others survived. Why did the patriarchy, which was so successful, die out, while other animals such as women and pro-female males, which we know are environmentally sensitive, survive?
Although it is usually assumed that the patriarchy all became extinct all at the same time all over the world, the truth of the matter is that we do not really know yet. As these phenomena’s are studied more intensively, we will be able to gather more data and build up a more comprehensive picture of what was going on in the world at the end of the Patriarchal period.