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Bibliographic Bellwethers of Enduring White Preference

Viking

Valhalla, I am coming!

Much as the Marxist government-entertainment matrix would like to see white women pining after Danny Trejo (oh, but to feel the scabrous abrasion of his battle-cratered cheek!) or the celebrated Old Spice deodorized congoid (“The Man Your Man Could Smell Like”), ladies continue to want what they want. What, precisely, do white women want when they visualize their ideal man? Which fantasies, when in the mood for romance, do they most like to indulge? If women’s popular reading habits are any indication, their sexuality is decidedly white – radically so in consideration of the perennial popularity of historical settings for love stories and erotica.

Gentle RogueTo Wed a Wicked HighlanderChampion

Historical romance represents the ultimate racial escapism. A woman curling up with a book that has “rake”, “rogue”, or “pirate” in the title is able, if only for a while, to live in a world that is totally free of the mandatory diversity – a distant, European or Wild West setting where men are white and defiantly in control of their surroundings. Especially popular subgenres are Austen-inspired Regency romance and lusty highlander sagas. Goodreads.com lists 531 “Popular Pirate Romance Books”, 659 “Popular Highlander Romance Books”, 892 “Popular Cowboy Romance Books”, and a staggering 6,152 “Popular Regency Romance Books”. A genre that is related in its reactionary and racially isolationist attitude is the Amish romance. Does white get any whiter than Amish?

Amish White Christmas Pie

What color is that pie again?

There are examples of historical romance plots revolving around miscegenation – such titles as Lone Arrow’s Pride and Comanche which concern a Caucasian woman’s attraction to the exotic noble savage – but these are exceptions to the prevailing rule of the dukes, rakes, rogues, sheriffs, pirates, knights, lords, earls, outlaws, cowhands, and other exemplars of particularly white masculinity. Similarly, black women enjoy reading and fantasizing about a stable of ebony studs, and a sizeable body of “urban” fiction caters to those who read while black. Literary titillation to this day remains a predominantly segregated preserve.

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Once you click “black”, you never hit “back”.

Wild for the Sheriff

Harlequin Uberromance

The paperback romance marketplace is the site of white America’s midnight confession. Many, if not most, of the women who read these novels may consider themselves to be liberals. They might hang on Oprah’s every word, support Obamacare, or oppose the enforcement of immigration laws; but sexually they are all white nationalists. In short, do not expect Enraptured in the Folds of His Hoodie or Ravished by the Skokie Pawnbroker to crack lists of the bestselling bodice rippers at any time in the proximal future. Along with Bonnie Tyler, European woman is holding out for a hero.

“Isn’t there a white knight upon a fiery steed?”

“Ooh, it gets dark! It gets lonely . . .”

Rainer Chlodwig von Kook

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22 comments on “Bibliographic Bellwethers of Enduring White Preference

  1. icareviews
    January 31, 2015

    Reblogged this on icareviews and commented:

    Holding out for a hero . . .

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  2. icareviews
    January 31, 2015

    Readers might notice that the first book cover pictured here refers to another novel, Sheik. In an article reproduced at Jezebel, Dr. Gwen Sharp says of the popular sheik-themed romances that, “they are ultimately redeemable ‘barbarian princes.’ On the cover, they’re darker than the (generally blond) woman, but only slightly so. They are usually described as having lived in the U.S. or Europe, often during college. They seek to ‘modernize’ their countries, often signaled by their disinterest in or opposition to the harems still maintained by other men in their countries. Referring to harems clearly links this fictionalized Middle East to the past, while the individual hero instead chooses monogamy with one White woman, signaling his modernization.”

    http://jezebel.com/5692618/welcome-to-the-world-of-sheikh-romance-novels

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    • Craig
      February 1, 2015

      LOL They live the dream don’t they.

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  3. donlogansfortress
    January 31, 2015
  4. Mark
    January 31, 2015

    As Europeans we have forged our standard of beauty over thousands of years; it is so deeply ingrained into our psyche that it has become the sum total of not only who we are, but how we interact with one another, and moreover how we identify ourselves.

    Europeans enjoy unique characteristics our sharp features and oval faces and many other distinctive attributes set us apart from other races, but it’s more than the mere physical beauty that distinguishes the Europeans, it is their sense of romance and refinement, taste that set them apart.

    Europeans are unparalleled by any other peoples of the earth; one could search the world over to find another culture that would enjoy even a fifth of the romantic notions that you might find in a Monet painting, Bernini sculptor, or even one solitary note of a Mozart symphony.

    It’s no accident that Classical beauty is attributed to the Europeans; it abounds in every fiber of our being, we express it in our Art, Literature, Homes, Building, Furniture and even our Automobiles.

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  5. Hipster Racist
    February 1, 2015

    I only half jokingly referred to myself as a “white nationalist mommy porn author.”

    http://hipsterracist.wordpress.com/a-warriors-woman

    Six “likes” from women who are almost certainly not in the “white nationalist movement.” I was laughing the whole time I wrote it (and I was pretty drunk if I remember correctly) and thought the whole thing was a big joke. But nope – the ladies really liked it. The cheesier – and more perverse – the better. I mean, that whole thing in Heartbreakers with the champagne and the hunting knife – I was for sure that was too over the top, but no – I’ve had more than one admit they masturbate to my stories which gives me a great deal of satisfaction.

    On a lark I started re-writing David Lane’s utterly awful and virtually unreadable “KD Rebel” as a 50 Shades style romance, and yep – I got all sorts of good feedback on that one too.

    http://hipsterintelligenceagency.wordpress.com/a-rebels-dangerous-kink

    http://hipsterintelligenceagency.wordpress.com/a-rebels-dangerous-kink-2

    I’m telling you, this is a growth industry. The “movement people” are always saying “we need more women” but they aren’t going to read gun porn ala Turner Diaries – unless there is a hunky White Nationalist hero ripping their bodice. Then, they are all in.

    Hell, I’ve gotten over a thousand people to read my 9/11 novel – it would have been just another boring “conspiracy theory” but add in lots of sex and the women can’t get enough.

    Ironically, it was the “movement women” who objected, saying I was writing “Jew porn” – but they keep reading so I assume they just need some plausible deniability.

    By the way, your article is funny as hell.

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    • icareviews
      February 1, 2015

      I used to think I wanted to be a fiction writer, but literature hasn’t felt the least bit relevant to me since I became interested in these strange times we’re living through. I’ll bet you’re right, though. Somebody could probably reach more women by writing a Regency romance novel with little caresses of race realism sprinkled throughout than by printing a million New Order pamphlets.

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      • Hipster Racist
        February 1, 2015

        Yeah, no doubt.

        Just like RamZPaul’s silly videos are far more effective on the “you know who” question than a thousand goose-stepping nazitards clutching their copies of Elders of Zion.

        Welcome to WN2.0 – we’re funny, sexy, and cool.

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  6. Hipster Racist
    February 1, 2015

    Reblogged this on Hipster Racist and commented:

    She’s gotta have it … white!

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  7. Hipster Racist
    February 1, 2015

    Ravished by the Skokie Pawnbroker

    Oy vey!

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  8. clytemnestra57
    February 1, 2015

    Bodice-rippers! Oh, this takes me back. I’m dating myself, but those first came out when I was in the tenth grade. They were so racy, our mothers wouldn’t let us read them, so some enterprising girl would steal her mom’s and it would be passed from one girl to another. In a brown paper bag! ROFLMAO!

    The Flame and The Flower. The Wolf and The Dove, Sweet Savage Love. LOL

    Prior to that, women had the tamer Harlequin Novels and Barbara Cartland made her fortune writing some very cheesy, sophomoric fiction featuring some Simpering Miss with Lord Square-Jaw.

    I liked Jane Austen, so I found that Georgette Heyer was a suitable heir and Marion Chesney, I loved, because of her attention to historical details and all her humor.

    icareviews was absolutely right when he suggested that WNism could reach more women through romance novels than racial pamphlets.

    Getting back to the bodice-rippers. There was one really popular author by the name of Jennifer Wilde who wrote some interesting numbers with hot hunks and girls that weren’t too simpering or silly. They were all in the first person, from the girl’s POV. Major hits … until “Miss Wilde” was outted as a man.

    So, it can be done. Men can write great novels for women, but I would strongly recommend using a more androgynous first name like Taylor or Aubrey and telling the narrative in the third-person.

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    • icareviews
      February 1, 2015

      Two different times in my life I’ve started to write a seedy women’s novel with a cynical, mercenary intent, but it’s too painful for me to force myself to write something I don’t believe, and I’m too weird and my sense of humor is too gross to write for a mainstream female audience. Around 2011 or 2012 I was writing one called Death Hell Outskirts – the title alone is indication enough of how unsuited I am to write romance fiction – and I actually got about five chapters into it. It was way too grotesque, though, and was more of a Southern Gothic psychobilly shock exercise than a commercial melodrama.

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    • Hipster Racist
      February 2, 2015

      Major hits … until “Miss Wilde” was outted as a man.

      Yes, I’ve been reading up on the industry and heard that there are a surprising number of men authors but they almost always use women’s names – I guess it’s just important for the fantasy.

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      • clytemnestra57
        February 2, 2015

        I think most publishers don’t like erotic fantasies (which is what most romance stuff is) written by men because they are scared shitless that the men will end up writing misogynist bondage novels that offend women like John Norman’s Gor Shtick. Of course, I wonder what they make of Shades of Grey?

        But before female authors became pretty common, men did write a lot of romance novels. Sure, they were more action-oriented in order to appeal to the guys. Like the Three Musketeers and Dracula, for example, but they had enough romance to appeal to the ladies, too.

        There was a French series called Angelique written by a husband-wife team, Sergeanne Golon, back in the early sixties but it fell back on the typical bodice-ripper where the heroine is so irresistible that all these rich powerful men want to possess her.

        I think it would be awesome if both a man and a woman could collaborate on some WN fiction. Especially historical fiction. An awesome story could be written with Isabel of Castile and Ferdinand of Aragon. For starters. it shows two equally yoked people finding common cause to defeat the enemies of their people. Second, it’s an honest to goodness love story.

        It might set a trend, story-telling wise. Men and women working together rather than against each other. That would be a great change.

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  9. Craig
    February 1, 2015

    Interesting, Highlanders, knights in shining armour, how about neolithic peoples on the cuspt of the copper revolution, you say… maybe too far. What about the anthropology chicks?

    My wife would endorse me whoring myself out via romance novels if I could make decent money off it. I would rather enjoy that I think. When you enjoy something it’s not really work. Win win.

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  10. banned56
    February 1, 2015

    “I don’t know how romantically oriented those were, though” Are you kidding? Ayla and blond Jondalar got. it. on.

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  11. Don Logan
    February 1, 2015

    The “bonnet rippers”, or the Amish romance genre, are interesting. I think generally wholesome bourgeois white women read them. They’re a far cry from the subversive and destructive cable television shows that feature Amish people engaged in crime and which implicitly glorify their renunciation of their community’s traditions and faith. These shows are blatant Jewish ethnic warfare, not because the Amish are a perceived threat, but merely because they’re white, traditionalist, reject a Judaized culture and therefore must be lampooned. They can’t help themselves ; maybe it’s genetic. There’s an underlying meta-narrative at work too which is harmful for whites – liberation from the confines of traditions and family. At any rate, the sexualization in the bonnet rippers, however mild, seems to be part of a new stance towards the Amish. They used to be left alone for the most part and accorded a certain level of respect. I still think the novels are good for inculcating or solidifying white consciousness, but I also think there’s a subtle form of anti-Amish degradation that’s involved, even though it’s nowhere near as bad as the TV shows.

    On a related note, in William Pierce’s novel “Hunter” there’s a group of WNs that establish a ministry and pepper the sermons with pro-white propaganda. The funniest part is where they rig an electronic device to project a halo over the minister’s head when he’s in full-on “praise Jesus” mode. Pretty much shows you what Pierce thought of the Christians: complete boobs.

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    • Craig
      February 2, 2015

      My wife liked the “Living with the Amish” reality TV show, It wasn’t like the Amish Mafia one, like you describe, the Mafia one was on cable TV which we don’t have.

      The script can always be flipped, an Amish book series of those lost brethren who yearn for a return to the traditional life for example. Something like that wouldn’t be aimed at the Amish though. It’s be more for the secularist working wife who wants more children and the simple life to fantasise about…

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  12. Steve-waa
    February 2, 2015

    The author of this article forgot to mention that the men on the covers of the books have large, muscular bodies. NOT soft, flabby bodies that so many white american guys have now days.

    The average White American women is much more likely to listen to male ethnic advocates who are muscular and physically fit with chiseled jaw lines.

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  13. Ryu
    February 4, 2015

    HR’s soft porn stuff is quite successful. Da womenz like it. That’s an angle we can use, if enough specialize and learn how to use it.

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