Solo Worth A View For MGTOWs? Enter Qi'ra's Hypergamy!
(Voice courtesy of Lyzexxia O' Dollahan)
Solo has gotten a lot of flack by fans and stands as the lowest grossing Star Wars film of all-time. But there's actually a much darker and more interesting lesson to be learned within this tale of smugglers and bitchy femdroid nightmares.
Enter the female love interest Qi'ra. From the start of the film, we see that she is fully devoted to Han and though he finds a way off the planet, Qi'ra is detained much to his chagrin. As Han joins up with a group of smugglers, he vows to become the best pilot ever, so that he can rescue his princess in waiting from the deadly planet of which had become her prison. Or so we thought.
While attending a smuggler's ball, we learn that Qi'ra was not only saved, but that she was able to use her feminine wiles to attract a very rich and powerful man in Dryden, who is often shown basking in his wealth and power an ideal that definitely seems to attract her. And so much, that she's willing to leave Han for it. That's common hypergamy. Why be with a rogue smuggler, when you can be with a wealthy businessman and learn the trade for yourself, so that you can take over in his stead? It makes perfect sense.
And though she tells Han lies about it never working between them because of Dryden, she knows for a fact that she's not interested in being with Han for anything more than a glorified fuck toy of nostalgia and emotions that she hadn't yet thrown away. Even so, this ideal obviously does not suit her. This is why she is more than willing to kill Dryden and steal his ring, so that she can abscond with his wealth and power. What is equally interesting about the film up to this point, is that Darth Maul finds himself particularly interested in her as well now, no doubt for the same reason that Dryden did. You can also see that she is more than willing to betray Darth Maul in order to become the leader of the Crimson Dawn and in possibly even further, depending on how many branches she wishes to hop towards.
We see that Qi'ra has not only used her youth and Hypergamy to manipulate Han, but to also manipulate Dryden and later Maul. Did you really think for a second that she loathes the riches that come with fucking an older man? Because if you did, then you don't know why the ideal dating age for men is now fifty. For women, that's more or less when they're legal. It has been set at eighteen.
Men are at their peak of wealth and power around that point, and no doubt it took men like Maul and Dryden years to accomplish what resources they had, not to mention the many betrayals that came before. Maul wasn't just given his empire at eighteen and Dryden was not just ushered into a criminal empire at the edge of adolescence either. Though these are fictional characters, I highly recommend men to take a good, hard look at Qi'ra's character and examine this for yourself. You may also notice the same monkey branching that I did. If I had any good advice for Solo, it would be to ignore her and run as fast and far as he can.
Women are supposed to view Qi'ra as a badass, but in all actuality this only shows not just how dangerous she is, but how dangerous the agenda they're promoting is. Manipulate a young punk, so that you can sleep with a crime boss and later take all of his power and resources for yourself. It definitely sounds like a good reason for Han to stay Solo.
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