…so I was reading some eve-psychy type blog where they talked about a pride of lions. 7 out of 10 male cubs would not make it to adulthood. Of the three that did, one would be cast out to hunt on his own. The other two would be that whole PUA dichotomy of alpha and beta. That is one got all the pussy and the other was there to help with the heavy lifting. Well, I haven’t studied lions and I don’t know how accurate this is. However….
I’ve read thousands of articles across the gendersphere. I’ve even adopted a few MRA talking points on this blog. But, I’ve never fully fit in with that crowd. Truth be told, I don’t have very many male friends in real life. I’ve always hated sports and never been a “guy’s guy.” Leave the “all male spaces” to guys like Matt Forney, Jack Donovan and everyone’s favorite “white guy with a tan,” Roosh. I don’t want to know what happens when they get blackout drunk, but I bet they feel sore sitting on hard surfaces the next day. So I read a PUA blog where he talked about “cockblocking.” Long story short, most men aren’t your friend’s, they are your competitors. This is the main reason a men’s right movement will fail. Or as a snarky commenter once said, “Most MRA’s are one blow job away from not being MRA’s.”
Those feminist’s with all their talk of patriarchy don’t know shit. Look how men will gladly send other men to die in worthless wars for oil. Look how men will gladly let other men toil away for low wages and tell them to man-up. Look at how all those alter-righty types look up to the 1% and still believe in the trickle down effect. Yeah, Mr. GL Piggy, RMoney was gonna save you from the MSM, SWPL’s, the POC’s and NAM’s, but could anyone save you from having your head that far up your @$$. It is ironic how other men will believe all the fairy tales that if they just “man-up” the world will be their oyster. Think I’m over exaggerating? Just go read some manosphere blogs and look at all the White Nationalists and other assorted crack-pots. Those shitheads aren’t my “brothers.” Patriarchy schmatriarchy, there is no secret conspiracy where men all collude together to opress women, if anything, same gender competition is the most cutthroat.
The problem is that the Nice Guy is the target of a modern witch hunt. The Nice Guy is considered a target, a wounded man because he dares speak out about his loneliness. Women don’t like that, and men who are too obsessed with sexual competition, see him as a target. All the nasty things said about nice guys are nothing but rationalizations for women having no compassion for emotionally distressed men, and men following their animal competitive instinct.
Before we can address the attack on nice guys, first we need to know what it is based on. It is not based on what women say it is. It is based on the feeding frenzy instinct, the desire for women to cull men from the herd to reduce unwanted attention, and for men it is to reduce competition.
I’ve said before that fatuous Manboobz bigot is a bully. Why is he so invested in the Nice Guy meme? Could it be that it is easier (and politically safe) for him to bully men who dare show their loneliness and vulnerability on the web than to get the McDonald’s cheeseburger and diet soda outta his face and get on a mountianbike? Battering shy, lonely men about their lack of sexual success doesn’t seem like any social justice movement I’d want to be a part of, or is that Social Justice ™. Maybe, you missed the Nice Guys of Okay Cupid debackle, well, even a moderate in the gender debate, Ally Fogg is starting to call out some of the bullying.
These are not rank misogynists and wannabe rapists, they’re not even showing any particular sense of privilege or entitlement. On the contrary, many of the entries come across as more self-pitying, bitter or pathetic than those above. Those are not attractive qualities, but they are sadly common among people who are at an extremely low ebb emotionally, or struggling with depression. I think it is not only immoral, but potentially dangerous to place them in the 21st Century equivalent of the medieval stocks to be mocked, abused and humiliated. The blog struck me less as a blow against privilege, and more as ugly bullying of people who already feel like losers.
…and, yeah, I did use some shaming language–go look at the bloggers I attacked. If anything, they’re the types who can dish it out but not take it. And I’ll leave it there….