Saturday, August 29, 2015

The Second Life Staring Contest: Failure in Virtual World For Interactivity: Are Men Taking Over SL?

In my recent travels across the world of Second Life, researching and documenting the current 'State Of Matriarchy' in SL, I have encountered many surprising developments.

While the enhanced social media system that Second Life can perhaps offer the best interactive and immersive experiences, my journey lately has shown that the trend has been reversing towards less interactivity and more isolation.

I cannot list all of the places I have visited where residents stand around and simply 'stare' at each other. Are they reading each others' profiles? Maybe. Are they sending direct messages (IMs)? Perhaps. The one thing they are NOT doing is sharing in Public Chat. They are not conversing with dialogue that can be inclusive. They are not actually exploring the 'social aspect' of social media.

This is getting bad in the many so-called 'femdom' places in SL, where everyone just looks at each other for hours. Worse yet, the countless 'lower end' kink places and sex places (using 'femdom' in their keywords for Search, but having no Matriarchal values at all) are nothing but throngs of SL residents leering at each other with no chat whatsoever.

This would not be so horrible if it were open to change, and sometimes, when I say hello or try to start a discussion, there is response...but more often than not, people don't respond at all, or even tell me they don't talk in Chat.

It was not always this way. With all of the other sad developments over the past few years in SL, I relate this trend to the exodus of Women from Second Life. As Matriarchal values seem harder and harder to find in SL, and scams like 'financial domination' and evils like misogyny groups are on the rise, I believe this is due to the dilution of Women's SL organisations.

As more Sisters have left, the standards of communication and networking have suffered. Case in point: Even in one of the more popular 'femdom places', I tried (hopelessly) to start a discussion about Matriarchy and was informed by a man there that such 'womens issues' topics made him uncomfortable. Another man (who actually worked there!) told me to 'drop the topic'.

In the end, what is left? Why go through the learning curve to enter Second Life if there is no  interaction to explore?

The good news: there are those of us out there who still like to have discussions about something more meaningful than some man's sex drive. We just need to find each other.

Friday, August 21, 2015

Looking for Social Media / Marketing Team Members: Gynarchy, Matriarchy, Femdom

Looking for Social Media / Marketing Team Members
Some of you may know that my work/mission extends into many areas, such as social media, Second Life, video production and much much more. What I do is also very connected to real world movements and change, on community and global levels.

I work in many ways, mainly to increase awareness, inspiration and education about Matriarchy, Gynarchy and Societal Femdom.

If you have skills and experience in social media, marketing, especially networking and positive communication OR just are very willing to try, (that's what matters) then contact me to talk about how you could join the team.  Whatever you do, we will start off small and build from there - Gina

Comment on THIS post to inquire OR contact me (Ginette Pinazzo) in Second Life.
You can also send a message to me direct through the Boot Goddess Channel (on Youtube)

Saturday, August 15, 2015

Cute! Gynarchy on TV

Thanks, Kristy for sharing this cute video! Directed by Michael Patrick Jann

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

New Gynarchy Video! 10 Ways To Support Matriarchy Ep 2: Female-Led Circles in Real Femdom Society

I'm very excited to announce an all new video in the '10 Ways To Support Matriarchy' series:

Episode 2 : Recognize and Support Woman Organisations, Groups and Circles In Your Community

This video is very special because it is an overview of an actual Matriarchal System anyone can employ today in their own communities and societies.

For example, when considering ways to manage issues, solve problems or design a system that will empower, think about ways to implement the principles in this 'Female-Led Circles' process.

Watch Video Now!

Like all videos in this series, while I write the material and executive produce, the real credit must go to the staff at Creative Planet, who create these videos! Thanks so much!

 Outline of the Circles System:
1. NETWORK: Be Social. Attend Events; Help Plan New Events
2. ISSUES: Identify Issues in your Community that Need to be Addressed/Needs that must be Fulfilled
3. BRAINSTORMING: Propose Events Where People Can Meet and Brainstorm New Ideas
4. PROPOSALS: Events where people can present proposals for new ideas or ideas that address existing issues
5. FORMING CIRCLES: People working together on short-term or long-term projects
6. GROWING CIRCLES: help Circles gain new members, work with them to publicize them
7. CONNECTING CIRCLES: find innovative ways that Circles can mutually benefit each other
8. CIRCLE EVENTS: where a Circle gains publicity and outreach with the community and beyond
9. LARGER EVENTS: Where multiple Circle combine in mutually beneficial events
10. EVERY SISTER IS CONNECTED: welcome every Sister into the greater Circle that is the community's Matriarchy

Sunday, August 2, 2015

The Loving Ring: Group Goddess Worship at Future Femdom

We have an new rug at Future Femdom. The Loving Ring is designed for up to four men, as they curl around your feet.

This new rug helps reinforce the concept that men must work together to worship Us.  The days of bickering, fighting and war are over: when men learn to cooperate under our heels, they learn to be as one in their chorus of loving worship. This is a key to peace.