Our Sexuality

It’s good to address this in an official and straightforward no-nonsense way.

Traditional Vannoken culture is monogamous, heterosexual, and dimorphic in nature. At the same time, there is no stigma in the culture for being homosexual.

On race mixing, we started as a group of biracial people; however, we didn’t choose that about ourselves. We made our culture to find peace with ourselves in intense political times, and nothing more.

We have a vehement stance against mass collective race-mixing. We do not believe it’s for everyone. Some people think it’s a blessing; others think it’s a curse and a threat to western civilization.

We think it’s a little of both. However, if there is a political push for mass race-mixing, it is not coming from us. If anything, we’re just the product of it. We refuse to follow Jim Crow logic now that we’re already here, and we just learned to straighten ourselves out and carve our own paths in life.

We stand for maximized individual liberty. This means that interracial relationships may happen in the world, at times. However, relationships of the sort should never be forced or have governmental incentivization.

We fully support non-interracial couples. We also support the freedom of others to deny relationships based on differences in race. That’s part of genuine maximized individual freedom.

As mentioned on the “Our Psychology” page,

“For one instance, in the Vannoken mind, a workforce of a Frenchman, an Englishman, and a Spaniard are all Europeans; yet, they are culturally diverse. Not only are they of three distinctly different cultures, they may each have a genealogical history of intermixing those cultures. Therein, the Vannoken tribal philosophy could still apply to the individual in this context, even if their blood does not contain hybridized haplogroups.”

The Future Vannokens

As it stands, it seems like the future Vannokens are going to be primarily white-dominant. Almost all the second-generation children are. This is occurring for two primary reasons:

  1. The original core tribe members were already mixed. Therefore, the non-white-dominant Vannokens already had low percentages of non-white-dominant genes.
  2. Embracing our European heritage aids our compatibility with the rest of western civilization. This makes us more likely to develop relationships with whites.

(Note: That is not to say that we only desire European genes. Our evolving physical makeup is simply a byproduct of integration, and nothing more. Our common physical look as a tribe is not the focus.)

“Free-Market” Darwinistic Sexuality

In a nutshell, the Vannoken sexual strategy is this:

Become worthy of a mate through self-development, and nothing less.

Respect anyone’s freedom to say “No,” and nothing less.

If one supports maximized individualistic liberty, then Darwinistic thought must apply to sexuality. One has no choice but to think in terms of “sexual market value.”

The woman has the right to choose whomever she wishes to mate with. However, so does the man. Both parties do. This creates the same nature of exchange that exists in business markets.

This creates a state of sexual competition. Socio-sexual markets become segmented by personal philosophy. An example of a socio-sexual market could be a coffee shop. Let’s take Starbucks, for example.

Starbucks has its own business and customer culture. It even calls its drinks by different names than other coffee shops. They market to a specific set of customer personas. Each customer persona has a set of beliefs. These beliefs heavily influence what each respective persona deems attractive.

What is attractive and what is not forms a natural hierarchy in its own sexual market. Thus, the concept of “working on yourself” is synonymous with “increasing one’s sexual market value.” What determines your sexual market value is relative, then, to that hierarchy and culture.

This is the practical understanding of “beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” The eye of the beholder is the market segment. Your beauty, as determined by their figurative and literal eye, is the hierarchy.

Each one of your attributes is what adds or detracts from your sexual market value.

If you want to be liked for your intelligence, demonstrate intelligence. Then, compete in the market segmentation for the highest-level mate who values intelligence.

If you want to be liked for your honesty, demonstrate honesty. Then, compete in the market segmentation for the highest-level mate who values honesty.

If you want to be liked for your good physique, demonstrate good physique. Then, compete in the market segmentation for the highest-level mate who values good physique.

The list goes on. Which attribute is more valued than another is determined by the “buyer,” aka “the market.”
When you try to compete in market segmentations formulated by values that you don’t have to market is when you fail to get or maintain dates.

The woman who values courage may find the military veteran more attractive than the rich man next to him. Though, the woman who values money will find the rich man more attractive than the veteran.

This means that the woman who values courage more than money won’t likely leave the veteran if he goes broke. At least, not as quickly. Though, she will more likely leave him if he ever allows her to see a moment of cowardice. In this isolated example, his sexual competition would come in the form of other higher-level veterans who have demonstrated more courage.

Meanwhile, the woman who values money won’t likely leave the rich man if he demonstrates cowardice. At least, not as quickly. Though, she will more likely leave him if he ever allows her to experience a moment of poverty. In this isolated example, his sexual competition would come in the form of other higher-level rich men who have demonstrably more wealth.

This means that the woman who values good physique more than money won’t likely leave the gym-goer if he goes broke. At least, not as quickly. Though, she will more likely leave him if he ever allows her to see him get out of shape. In this isolated example, his sexual competition would come in the form of other higher-level gym-goers who have better physiques.

Therein, sexual markets are segmented by values. Many of which overlap, because any one person can have any combination of traits in varying degrees. For instance, you can also have a rich and courageous veteran who has an excellent physique.

Though, understand that the same pattern applies to women’s attractiveness to men in reverse. Follow the same pattern. This means that the body positive movement is actually just its own hierarchy for those who can’t compete in the traditional Greek-inspired one. They are marketing different “values,” within their own socio-sexual market segmentation.

To attract a mate, determine what your natural strengths are and triple-down on them. Then, “market” yourself to the market segment in which your traits would have high market value. The more marketable traits you have, the wider an “audience” you can market yourself to. This means a wider array of mate selection.

This Darwinistic explanation doesn’t mean that love doesn’t exist, however. “Love,” in this instance, would pertain to not what you’re attracted to someone for, but the amount of pain you’re willing to endure for the sake of deviation from the perfection of the ideal marketed values that you “bought” in the market. This is why “love is pain.”

The extent to which you are willing to suffer for someone based on why you became attracted to them, to begin with, is the extent of your love for them.

Thinking from this framework can be an easy way to troubleshoot why some get dates while others don’t. And why some relationships fall apart while others don’t.

If you can’t get a date, first, check what market segmentation you’re in. If you’re competing in a hierarchy within which your best traits are not as valued, you have your answer: move to a different market segmentation. Or, increase your personal market value by building the traits that your respective market does, indeed, value by “working on yourself.”