Essay: Atheism and gamma males

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"America is a nation of believers, and together we are strengthened by the power of prayer." - President Donald Trump[1] See also: Donald Trump and American atheists

In the animal kingdom, the terms alpha, beta, and gamma male are commonly used to describe an individual’s position within a social hierarchy. In social hierarchies, alpha males are the highest-ranking males within a social group, followed by beta, and then gamma males.[2]

According to the article Social-Sexual Hierarchy Revisited:

About six years ago, Vox Day published his socio-sexual hierarchy.

Alpha – The top of the hierarchy. President Donald Trump is an Alpha. He’s confident, boisterous, and handsome...

Delta – The normal guy. Most men are Deltas...

Gamma – These men would be low-end Deltas if they did not think of themselves as being secretly Alpha. They are secret kings in their own mind and believe themselves to be worthy of admiration, which is often undeserved... They are also on the unattractive side in terms of looks but don’t seem to understand or accept this. Of all people in this hierarchy, the Gamma needs the most improvement but often times rejects criticism or even helpful advice, instead believing themselves to be gods among men. Very dangerous if given any kind of power.

Omega – The low-end of the tier. Omegas are usually unattractive, introverted, and unsuccessful with women.[3]

Gamma men tend to be: narcissistic egotists with delusions of grandeur (Gamma males often rage when you inform them that you have no interest in their "very important opinions"); passive-aggressive or aggressive; reluctant to admit faults; hyper-sensitive to criticism; stubborn; resentful; insist that the world is unfair and that they are victim; jealous; engage in drama and gossip; habitually deceptive with others and themselves; often reject authority; lacking in physical fitness; unattractive to women; often fail in establishing romantic relationships with women due to failing to misunderstanding women; like being subject matter experts; overly obsessive about a hobby and clueless about life.[4]

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Vox Day on atheism and gamma/omega males

See also: Richard Dawkins and women

Vox Day wrote:

I know, I know, it's simply astonishing news that women hate atheists. Even atheist women don't like them.
Jen has slammed Richard Dawkins for some comments here. I can confirm that those comments were actually from Richard Dawkins. I also have to say that I agree with Jen and disagree with Richard. Richard did make the valid point that there are much more serious abuses of women's rights around the world, and the Islam is a particularly horrendous offender. Women have their genitals mutilated, are beaten by husbands without recourse to legal redress, are stoned to death for adultery, are denied basic privileges like the right to drive or travel unescorted. These are far more serious problems than most American women face.
However, the existence of greater crimes does not excuse lesser crimes, and no one has even tried to equate this incident to any of the horrors above...
The elevator incident demands…a personal rejection and a woman nicely suggesting to the atheist community that they avoid doing that. And that is what it got. That is all Rebecca Watson did. For those of you who are outraged at that, I ask: which part of her response fills you with fury? That a woman said no, or that a woman has asked men to be more sensitive?...

Look, it's hardly news that atheist guys are creepy gammas, for the most part. That's why they are much less likely to get married or have children. Even the small number of atheist girls don't like atheist guys; the ludicrous internecine kerfluffle was kicked off by a male atheist hitting on female atheist in an elevator...

Dawkins, who as a scientific celebrity surmounted his natural gamma status some time ago, was naturally confused by all this extravagant feminized foolishness, and pointed out how stupid it all was. This caused more hissy fits to be directed his way; Dawkins, being the coward that he has shown himself to be on numerous occasions, was naturally quick to crumble.

Now, I don't think it's absolutely necessary to be hapless with women to be an atheist... No wonder they're so furious at God. He created all those lovely women with those beautiful breasts and they aren't even allowed to even talk to them in elevators.[5]

Vox Day also wrote:

The dichotomy between the theoretical sexual freedom of the male atheist provided by his belief system and his actual sexual limitations caused by his sub-standard attractiveness to women suggests that male atheists, on average, are more inclined to be gamma/omega males whose sexual options are more restricted than the norm. This hypothesis is supported by observing the consistently gamma behavior of male atheists on this site and around the Internet in general.[6]

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Atheism and arrogance

See also: Atheism and arrogance and Atheism and irrationality

Friedrich Nietzsche wrote: "But now God is dead. You superior men, this God was your greatest danger. Only since he is in the grave, have you risen again. Only now comes the great noontide; only now the superior man will be – Lord!".[7]

The picture of Nietzsche above was taken in 1899. Nietzsche died in 1900.

The atheist Adam Lee wrote about atheists and arrogance:

The atheist community has a lamentable tendency to make the same mistakes over and over...

Yet there are those who seem to believe that, just by becoming an atheist, they've proven their superior rationality and are qualified to opine on any subject. Worse, this attitude often comes with an arrogant certainty that they have no need to listen or learn from people who've actually lived through moral dilemmas that are merely abstract to them.[8]

The atheist activist Lee Moore said about the future of the atheist movement and its significant issues with in-fighting, "We're all kind of like self-centered and egocentrical atheists."[9] See also: Atheist factions and Atheism and social skills

One of the common and well-founded charges against atheists is their arrogance and presumptuousness.[10]

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References

  1. President Donald J. Trump Stands Up For Religious Freedom In The United States, WhiteHouse.gov, May 3, 2018
  2. Scientists Discover Why Mysterious Arachnid Has Alpha, Beta and Gamma Males, Newsweek, 2023
  3. Social-Sexual Hierarchy Revisited
  4. Atheists in Gamma Hell
  5. Mailvox: the implications of evolution
  6. Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra, In Michael Curtis (Ed.) The Great Political Theories, Vol. 2 (New York: Avon Books, 1962, PP. 261-262). Cited in, Christopher, J.R., G.G, Wittet, Modern Western Civilization. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1991, Pages 232, 233
  7. [4 Things the Atheist Movement Has Done Badly (and How to Do Them Better)] by Adam Lee, Alternet
  8. Lee Moore and Steve Shives Talk About the Future of the Atheist Movement, quote comes 29 minute and 24 seconds into the video