Compilation (watch full-screen)
Below the vids I’ll be describing just how the vultology is similar/different from other developments, starting with this l— one as a baseline. This baseline applies mainly to females; male samples have a different quality (see below). As we’d expect of a Je-lead, the l— female is articulate, angular and forward. There’s rigidity to the body, Je seriousness, conductor energy and closure in each gesture.
However, it’s not quite at Camile Paglia level. Curiously we’ve found that a TeSi l— actually doesn’t have the “most” visible Te of the developments and in some ways it has less than the l-l- (TeNe) development. This is because “double extroversion” causes the most Pe and Je in any type, being a combination of jittery/amped energy augmenting one another. Je by itself and Pe by itself are far less manic than when together. This is really great to see, and is clarifying a lot of things.
Qualia: The qualia we see here is a sassy but commanding one. There’s a bossiness to these samples wherein they elevate their own importance through their views; all the while remaining somewhat unreachable/cold via their Te. They appear to be standing on a podium making a proclamation. This is a type of King/Queen energy.
Their personality can be summed up as:
- Blunt, Frank, Opinionated, Snarky, Critical.
- Unafraid to unpack really heated or taboo topics. (i.e. rape, sex, corruption)
- “Un-lady-like” (in some ways) (i.e. not very “feminine”)
- Generally very political with a strong opinion for or against Feminism.
- Battling issues of identity and identity politics.
- Motifs of Self-Empowerment & Competence
All of them hold political convictions, often center around identity politics. All of them are very rational in their approaches and articulate in their reasons. In the case of Lauren Southern we see some glimmers of Si traditionalism & conservative values backed up by strong Te rationality. In the case of Rebecca Watson we see feminism that tries to publicly “break” the stereotypes women are pigeonholed into. We’ll see further down below that this is a common trend, with TeSi women being the most outspoken against the typical Feminine Archetype, given how they are the type most energetically opposed to that gender. It seems to be the case that TeSi women, more than other women, highly dislike being looked at as frail, in need of care, stay-at-home, unable to thrive or in any way being held back from climbing the corporate ladder (the Meritocratic game) by their gender. Again there is in here an internal divide caused by an inability to properly integrate their own femininity, which is situated in their polar function.
However we see in Lauren a balance to that viewpoint, where she’s accepted that statistically speaking there is a reality to the feminine/masculine divide, despite how she or any one female might fit in that spectrum. TeNi Camile Paglia has arrived somewhere similar, but not without going through a strong feminist phase of her own. It seems as though TeSi often need to “outgrow” the feminist phase, as they simultaneously integrate more of themselves into their ego.