One [Simp] is engaging in an eternal form of sexuality, they embody the persona that Camille Paglia recognized in the Poetry of William Wordsworth.

“Wordsworth’s first principle is “wise passiveness,” a feminine receptivity opening us to nature. ..Reality is active, the poet contemplative, dominated by nature. The poem is a manifesto of sexual dissent, a withdrawal from the

traditional masculine sphere of action and achievement...Wordsworth forfeits maleness for spiritual union with mother nature: wholeness through self-mutilation. His poetry revives the ritualism of the Asiatic mother-cults, whose priests castrated themselves for the goddess. “

  • Sexual Personae

This is the situation of the truest simp, who has given up all hope of sexual endeavors to blindly support the women who embody his lost mother.