The fact that the “Alt Right” doesn’t get about women and fertility: they believe it is natural for women to “want to have babies” and think that feminism is convincing women to not have babies.
But women do not get pregnant by immaculate conception, and they don’t have a “generic” baby when they reach puberty. Women have the baby of a specific man, and especially when they have a boy, they think of the boy as a small version of the father.
The Alt Right should stop thinking of women and natalism in the abstract and start thinking of it in the specific. All the beta boys who complain about women “in the movement” who are making videos instead of staying at home raising a family are just the flip side of the “nice guy” betas, just instead of being “nice” and a “white knight” they are engaging in “aggressive verbal topping” – instead of saying, “M’Lady” and kissing their hand, they are saying, “get your ass in my kitchen” and slapping their butt. But it comes from the same place (and is often more effective.)
As anyone in the manosphere knows – and as anyone who grew up in an intact family or even had an older brother who dated real women knows – holding women to a high standard is far more effective than holding them to a low standard.
So the next time one of the beta boys sees a fertile women not having children, the question shouldn’t be “why aren’t you having babies” – the question should be, “which White man’s babies are you going to be having and when?
If they don’t know the answer, ask the men which one wants her.
No woman wants to be a “generic” mother to a “generic” kid barefoot and pregnant by some “generic” man in a “generic” kitchen. But add in specifics and she’ll generally be fine with it.
When feminists or just normal women complain that they don’t want to be “just” barefoot and pregnant, they are reacting to the idea that they are a generic, undifferentiated baby factory. Women think in narratives, and you can’t have a romance without a leading man. So stop focusing on putting women “in their place” and instead focus on find a man with a place for them.
It seems like years since you held the baby
While I wrecked the bedroom
You said it was dangerous after Sunday
And I knew you loved me
He thinks I just became famous
And that’s what messed me up
But he’s wrong
How could I possibly know what I want
When I was only twenty-one?
And there’s millions of people
To offer advice and say how I should be
But they’re twisted and they will never be
Any influence on me
But you will always be
You will always be
If I treated you mean
I really didn’t mean to
But you know how it is
And how a pregnancy can change you
I see plenty of clothes that I like
But I won’t go anywhere nice for a while
All I want to do is just sit here
And write it all down and rest for a while
I can’t bear to be in another city
One where you are not