Riff on This

A week ago I had a reader send me a link to this helpful list of “mother-may-I’s” and feminine-primary etiquette by Nicole Silverberg. Presently I’ve got a very in-depth essay in the works about exactly this shifting of the ‘toxic’ masculinity narrative to one that presumes all forms of masculinity are inherently toxic. However, as a prelude I guess, I think it’s impossible for the manosphere and Red Pill writers to ignore the debacle that was the Harvey Weinstein admissions of chronic sexual harassment with the up and coming starlets who (along with a long list of ‘male feminist’ celebrities) didn’t feel emboldened enough to not keep Harvey’s dirty little not-so-secret until now. This, as I predicted, was then repurposed by the Feminine Imperative to be presumptive proof that all men are prospective sexual harassers with the #metoo viral hashtag.

As I mentioned in Male Control, in the wake of the Las Vegas mass shooting the Feminine Imperative took this as an opportunity to change lanes with regard to its gestalt perspective of masculinity. In previous eras, as with this one, the reflexive response to a shooting of this nature is to blame it on the accessibility of firearms in the US. That’s to be expected, but what follows this always-impotent reactions is usually some deep, ostensibly soul-searching, introspective as to the motives of the shooter. And in this the imperative always comes to the ‘angry male’ narrative.

The presumption we’re expected to come to is that it is men’s toxically masculine socialization that makes them all potentially violent. Overwhelmingly it becomes an argument about traditional masculinity and raising boys into men in a laughably clichéd, laughably anachronistic way that is always founded in social constructivism. Yes, the allusions to testosterone being the most volatile chemical on earth gets bandied about, but usually the proponents of the Feminine Imperative rely on the ridiculous lie that boys are being raised in some hyper-masculine tribal order that tells them to “toughen up” and “don’t cry, boys don’t cry”.

However, not to get ahead of myself, in this new shift it’s no longer “toxic” masculinity, it’s masculinity that is toxic. It ought to be interesting to see how the Village eels its way around men’s biological nature to get to some suitably social constructivist rationale for this shift. The difference now is that just being a man makes one a potentially violent criminal – or a potential sexual harasser.

What Weinstein and dozens of other accusation of (usually ‘male feminist’) men following in his wake has reinforced is that masculinity makes us inherently evil. So evil, in fact, that men must be reeducated by the Feminine Imperative to ensure that one’s fellow man (a prospective harasser/rapist/gunslinger) is acting in accordance with the dictates of the Great Masculine Scare of 2017.

The list below, which I intend to riff on, is one of many recent attempts of feminist writers to enlist the aid of sympathetic female-allies men (yes, the ones they say they implicitly distrust) to help police social discourse and intersexual interactions. There are lots of other ‘helpful lists’ like this, and before I dig in I’ll declare that this is a tongue in cheek response to what is really a very serious shift in the popular narrative about perspectives on masculinity.

  • Talk to your friend who is “kind of a creep” at work.

And what exactly would Nicole have us say to our creepy ‘friend’? What is it that makes a guy ‘creepy’? Rarely is ‘creepy’ ever concretely defined by women, but I’d define it as a guy who’s so socially unintelligent and sexually destitute that he’d unwittingly bet his personal life on the very low prospect of a woman responding positively to his ‘creepy’ approaches of her. I could likely write an entire essay about this ‘creepy’ dynamic (likely will), but what ‘creepy’ distills down to is a woman’s Hypergamous-level revulsion of a man believing he may be someone she would eventually have sex with. Creepy is an insult to Hypergamy.

  • Don’t talk over women.

Ah, the old mansplaining chestnut, only this is its newer cousin, men over-modulating women. Men and women communicate differently. We are different creatures and we have our own preferred forms of communication. Women place far more import on context (feeling) in conversation. Yes, this demand is presumptuous in that it presumes anything a woman would say is more important than men’s need to get to the damn point efficiently (we prioritize content/information in conversation). However, a lot of this gripe is about women’s wanting to prioritize their own communication style above that of men’s.

  • If you are asked to be on a panel/team and see that it’s all men, say something. Maybe even refuse the spot!

So, refuse a lucrative position on a work team project with the potential for advancement, greater status and maybe a higher state in the male dominance hierarchy (that attracts all the women who insist on never settling for a less than ‘equal’ pairing) all to appease what passes for women’s moral imperatives? If it ever were all men on the panel in today’s work culture I’d be thanking my cubicle Gods that we’d all get something done and have time to go home to see my wife and kids that evening.

  • When you see another guy talk over a woman, say: “Hey, she was saying something.”

This is the “lets you and him fight” social convention women are all too happy to use when there is absolutely no contingent consequence to themselves. This suggestion already appeals to Blue Pill White Knights who believe that their AMOGing at work will go appreciated and maybe get them laid for championing women at work. Ironically, it’s the ‘creepy’ Betas we’re supposed to say “something” to who are most likely to employ this if they thought it would get them in good standing with women.

On a serious note, all this convention reveals is the solipsistic self-assured certainty that anything a woman might say is, by default, worthy of undivided attention.

  • Learn to read a fucking room.

Most Red Pill aware men already know how to read socially. What this is is an appeal to Betas to know when to shut the fuck up socially.

  • Don’t call women “crazy” in a professional setting.

I would suggest not calling anyone ‘crazy’ in a professional setting, but again the intentional ambiguity of not defining what constitutes ‘professional’ is why this is disingenuous. Can I call a woman crazy if the project team is having drinks after 5 on a Friday?

  • Don’t use your “feminism” as a way to get women to trust you. Show us in your day-to-day life, not in your self-congratulatory social media.

The reason this is chaffing for Nicole is that most of the male-feminist / female-allies are usually facing sexual harassment lawsuits within months of publicly declaring they are male feminists. I get that this is just Nicole venting, but that need to vent comes from knowing that the only reason men say (or even show in their daily lives) they are feminists is because it’s a deductive form of Beta Game.

  • Don’t touch women you don’t know, and honestly, ask yourself why you feel the need to touch women in general.

Good advice, don’t touch women you don’t know; you are giving a woman the keys to your castle by doing so. In today’s workplace women are constantly looking for even a hint of impropriety they can take to HR for the next harassment suit. Better still, refuse to work in situation where just the impression of her advancement depends on your hard work and behavior around her.

Nicole, the Beta need for physical contact is a desperation born from dealing with women who think he’s creepy.

  • Do you feel that any woman on earth owes you something? She doesn’t. Even if you’re like, “Hm, but what about basic respect?” ask yourself if you’ve shown her the same.

There is a constant presupposition on the part of fempowered women to believe that men feel entitled to anything from. The real truth is that it is women who feel entitled to virtually everything in their solipsistic experience – this very extensive list is a prime example of what women believe they are owed from men.  In 2017 no man ever concerns himself with notions of being owed anything (even basic respect) from women. But what confuses men is women constant (Hypergamously incentivized) implications of a transactional nature. If you don’t want men to feel like they are owed your time, concern, respect or attention then don’t present a transactional pretense to your interactions with them.

  • Don’t send pictures of your penis unless she just asked for them.

Never send a woman dick pics, especially if she asks for them. Never send a woman dick pics, even to your wife. In 2017 this is a red herring for women who are planning to file for sexual harassment.

  • If a woman says no to a date, don’t ask her again.

Agreed. Next her, and move on. That said, no guy asks a girl for a date today. They hook up on Tinder or bump into each other at the club. It’s so quaint Nicole still thinks dating works like it did on Happy Days.

  • If a woman has not given an enthusiastic “yes” to sex, back the hell off.

Guys learn this part real easy, what they don’t learn, and what women deliberately keep ambiguous, is that even after “enthusiastic consent” is officially declared, he can still be charged with rape for touching her boobs (or anything else for that matter) the wrong way. Again, control the narrative, control the definition of the language and control what the consequences are and you can control the frame.

  • If a woman is really drunk, she cannot consent to you and she also cannot consent to your buddy who seems to be trying something. Your buddy is your responsibility, so say something and intervene.

Funny how we never see public service announcements stating that women still need consent from drunk men to have sex; but my buddy is not my responsibility, just like driving a drunk woman too hammered to drive home isn’t my responsibility. Good intentions get you put in jail today. If a woman is really drunk is she now ‘owed’ my assistance?

  • If you do the right thing, don’t expect praise or payment or a pat on the back or even a “thank you from that woman”. Congratulations, you were baseline decent.

Oh, trust me, every Red Pill aware reader I’ve ever had has come to realize that women fundamentally lack the capacity to appreciate anything a man does for her.

  • Involve women in your creative projects, then let them have equal part in them.

Why would a woman deserve being included in any creative project I endeavor in just by virtue of being a woman? Why still would I allow her to have an equal part in a creative project I envisioned? Is it because they are owed that honor for being female?

  • Don’t punish women for witnessing your vulnerability.

But wait, I thought ‘vulnerability was sexy‘? Weakness is strength right?

Okay, sorry, I can’t possibly subject my readers to more of this inane list. You get the picture. My point is that lists like this only serve to highlight the new gender landscape that’s been brewing for years now. We now live in the “future is female” years and this is what we can expect from the Feminine Imperative that’s now comfortable in in asserting its true agenda of disempowering, disenfranchising and eradicating men and masculinity from popular discourse.

Published by Rollo Tomassi

Author of The Rational Male and The Rational Male, Preventive Medicine

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– “Don’t punish women for witnessing your vulnerability” “likely a man called her out on some bullshit, which she interprets as lashing out with violence because she wounded his fragile ego. Remember that her brain lives in Bizarro World, where speech is violence (if you do it), violence is speech (if she does it) and having to curl up in a corner to cry is a sign of her emotional strength, and thus the person who made her feel like crying (by standing firm and asserting himself) is emotionally weak.” Can’t argue with this^.Fits better with this. “If women’s pain… Read more »

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There is still hope.

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This creep thing is painful for women, but I think it is just as painful for men. It feels very disgusting when your best friends mother tries to “accidentally” place her hand on yours. Sure, you can withdraw your hand immediately, but for some reason withdrawing it feels “wrong” at the moment to just pull away. When an old woman tries to get coy and giggly with you, well, you find something inside you getting really offended. You may even find yourself wondering, “Really? Does she think I am that desperate? Am I so beat?”

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“The lasso compels truth, but it can’t stop mansplaining.”

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Anonymous Reader-” Ashley Judd as far as I can tell. Has been decides to have a twitter fit. “ I think I vaguely remember Ashley Judd on a talk show saying something about how much harder it is for women in Hollywood. And I know for sure that Corey Feldman was on a talk show talking about the prevalence of child molesters in important and powerful positions. But neither one would say anything about who was doing anything. And even now I’ve seen an article headline claiming that this book Cory Feldman is supposed to be going to write, he… Read more »

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Feminism breeds creeps,like alpha makes women horny.
When women age they feel the same about sex as ever,after menopause it escalates from hormone loss or differences. It is as if they have testosterone driving the urge. She doesn’t care if you are desperate, she senses your alpha and feels entitled.

be careful ,hell hath no fury.

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— The most glaringly obvious point re the Nicole List — aside from the fact that satire can no longer outdo reality — is that neither she nor any other female will ever draw up a companion list of what WOMEN can do to improve the workplace. — Reiki massage is interesting — don’t rule it out. When my dad was in hospice they had a reiki practitioner available for patients and family members. Let me tell you, it worked for me. — Very odd how things have gone quiet re the Vegas shooter. Something is not fitting the approved… Read more »

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Right on O.B.I.T.

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So now even former President Bush, the old one in the wheelchair, has been accused of “inappropriate” whatever — saying “You know my favorite magician? David Cop-a-feel!” and grabbing an ass-pinch. This outrage has admittedly happened three separate times and I do hope the women who revealed it will somehow recover.

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Firstly thanks Rollo, I’ve been a long term lurker on RM. Your writing has helped me through some pretty dark times! Having been falsely accused of sexual harassment in my pre-Red Pill days and loosing a very good job as a result of the accusation (basically HR took her story as gospel truth and I was a contractor, so easy to get rid of); I have no sympathy for the metoo crowd. It seems to me that sexual harassment has been redefined by the FI to mean any attention from a “unwanted” read “Beta” male. I see this as a… Read more »

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Hey, video cameras aren’t a bad idea actually.

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“If a woman says no to a date, don’t ask her again.” Who knows how many people you know — or you yourself — would never have been born

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@Free Man
I’ve worked extensively with female HRs and you are so right. Instead of dash-cams men will need to carry douche-cams

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“next thing you know they will be making us use wombsapien or scrotosapien.”

The business communication seems to sugest getting in a biz where we don’t communicate..

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But seriously, I think dealing with female-heavy client institutions or departments is helped by maintaining physical distance, an air of mystery, amused mastery and zfg — isn’t it interesting that this mirrors advice for interpersonal relationships with women.

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I’ve just been subjected to unwanted “female gaze” from an unattractive manager at the place I’m currently working at!

Seriously I am “creeped out” by this unwanted attention and know that I should do something about it so that other males do not have to suffer the same fate.

I feel that I should speak out to ensure that this monster isn’t allowed to continue this behaviour because “Equality”. Right?

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add another log to the reality fire,

https://www.infowars.com/buzzfeed-crew-shocked-to-learn-they-have-low-testosterone-levels/

There be no manspreading in them thar pictures, complete with uptalk and thinly veiled beta male rage.

synopsis, 4 male writers, er typists, for buzzfeed get tested for testosterone among other things and 3/4 of them don’t even make it onto the scale for their age cohort and the one that does is still at the way low end.

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Male test levels have been p!unging for a while now, and it’s getting progressively worse unfortunately. Alex Jones is insane, and the premise that higher test males are more likely to be right wing is ludicrous fuckery that’s demonstrably false. Lol, how did we ever get here? The levels tests showed for these guys still puts them in ” range ” or just a little low according to labs. That’s a huge part of the tragedy in all of this. Something(s) is driving male hormone production through the floor with successive generations. Imo, that’s a national health emergency. Timely. I’m… Read more »

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@Blaximus, check out soy bean consumption increase. It’s exponential and insane! That’s shit’s in so many things dudes eat unknowingly (if they don’t read the labels carefully).

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We’ve established what you are, now we are just haggling about price… Ms. McGowan, who was working on a memoir called “Brave,” had spoken privately over the years about a 1997 hotel room encounter with Mr. Weinstein and hinted at it publicly. Through her lawyer, she said, someone close to Mr. Weinstein offered her hush money: $1 million, in exchange for signing a nondisclosure agreement. In 1997, Ms. McGowan had reached a $100,000 settlement with Mr. Weinstein, but that agreement, she learned this summer, had never included a confidentiality clause. Ms. McGowan, who was most widely known for her role… Read more »

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This is a feminist movie,she has always been an advocate for mistreated women.

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hBqzCXlG7Sg&w=560&h=315%5D

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After Party

http://www4.pictures.zimbio.com/gi/Premiere+Lionsgate+Films+Conan+Barbarian+After+zeXhgzwVmiGx.jpg

“Alphas have very different reference experiences than Betas”

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@Rollo: great header art. That’s definitely a “you just said something problematic” face.

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“Timely. I’m off to doc to get my labs as I type. All men need to get bloodwork routinely and learn to read and understand the results. Take responsibility for your own health and wellbeing.”
https://www.rawforestfoods.com/nutritional-analysis-of-pine-pollen/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bhFwWNtiWw
http://elitemensguide.com/testosterone-levels-by-age/

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IVAj8feG6Xc

very, very different…

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@ Blaximus… Regarding the NFL players kneeing: I do not object to the players protesting, and many I know (black and white) believe the same thing. We just don’t want to see it during the game or have it attached to the game and/or the playing field. They should protest somewhere else in some other way. Why don;t they organize rally’s, protest marches, etc in the NFL cities, and enlist the owners and local governments to get involved. That would seem more credible to many people… Put it another way – who wants to pay $600 or mote to see… Read more »

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Drsmith Lol. I’m trying not to continue this off topic thing, but I feel that you are too sincere not to respond to. The kneeling issue started well over a year prior to anyone even noticing or the press talking about it. I’d not really have an issue with the NFL instituting a ” rule ” against protesting, but currently they do not have such a rule. That might change. Protesting is supposed to, by nature, provoke dialogue and thought, so I have no problem with how and when people decide to protest. Unfortunately the topic of the protest became… Read more »

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Blax

“He’s been blacklisted and is fighting this with the support of many of the NFL players. ”

LOL… Maybe he can add Tebow to his suit?

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For some reason, this kneeling thing really ticks me off. I think anyone anywhere should not kid around with symbols of national identity such as national anthems and flags. Just. What the US media is doing to their own president is nothing short of attempted character assasination. I were the president of the US, so God help me I would order a hit job on some of those CNN nutcases. I think what completely ticked me off was the time when the president said there are random average americans who don’t like desecration of historical symbols of the American heritage… Read more »

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@ Sentient

He he. I actually think Tebow is a pretty good football player. He just sucks as a starting QB. He should’ve gotten a shot in the NFL at another position for real.

Bill Belicheck can take the checkout kid from the grocery store and make him into an extremely competent position player, but he couldn’t do anything with Tebow. Too bad.

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cheupez Well, good thing you aren’t president, lol.*kidding* It’s a matter of perspective. The public will have their own opinion. A ” President ” is supposed to be something other than Joe Public, as he leads the entire nation, even the people he disagrees with on principle. Go to phrase for presidents – ” I disagree with your stance, but defend your right to express your opinion “. Tested and it works and no one gets butthurt. Crips and Bloods, no ” good people on both sides”. When somebody gets killed, the President should be able to calibrate his responses.… Read more »

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There’s good reason why all presidents age faster during their time in office. Tough job. Tougher than ” the media is being unfair to me “.

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character assassination…

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“Our last prez was called a muslim/Marxist/racist/leftist/foreign born interlopergay/pedophile/globalist/married to a transgender/. ”

Many of which are true.

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^ none of which is covered in the media

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or was in any form in any of the media ever during his presidency

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That’s fucked up Sentient.

But on a brighter note, I can’t wait to read a shitload of ( eventually ) newly declassified documents so that I still won’t know exactly what all was involved in the assassination.

My money’s still on a secret service agent fumbling with his AR, and it discharged in all of the confusion.

Or the Russians and Cubans and Elk’s club coordinated the entire thing.

Or the military industrial complex…

Or the mob paid Jack Ruby to set the whole thing up….

Or the CIA…

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@Blaximus

The redacted docs probably have to do with LBJ and George H. W. Bush. Which might be the actual key to the whole thing.

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Great post, Rollo! As all your others, however, this one hits home for me. With that being said, I strongly encourage you to please write an entire essay on the “Creep” dynamic and what it distills down to within a hypergamous perspective. “In today’s workplace women are constantly looking for even a hint of impropriety they can take to HR for the next harassment suit” Indeed, I’ve been a victim of this recently. In fact, it’s the very same fucken reason why I couldn’t attend the 21 convention workshop this year. I recently got fired from a major corporate entity… Read more »

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We can agree to disagree on the NFL but in a way it does tie back to Rollo’s post and the already infamous List of Nicole. Namely, how the workplace has increasingly become a stage to pursue agendas and stoke grievances, rather than just focus on actual work.

The modern-day HR department is both a symptom and a vector of infection for this disease.

As far as the NFL situation, I won’t start worrying until hockey players and horses start taking a knee. The Pittsburgh Pirates and my alma mater sadly could go on strike and no one would notice.

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The modern-day HR department is both a symptom and a vector of infection for this disease.

When the Personnel department took on the extra duties of refereeing disputes due to hypergamy, it mutated to Human Resources and then became exactly what you say.

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“Creepy” in today’s world is best defined as “A man who displays romantic/sexual interest in a woman, in whom that woman has no romantic/sexual interest.”

For clarity, please see this accompanying documentary video with NFL player Tom Brady, “Sexual Harassment and You.”

https://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/video/sexual-harassment/2751966

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HR doesn’t just “referee” disputes, it happily helps create them. (And refereeing also would imply some fairness or impartiality)

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Love your work. Yesterday I was a friend’s house and he put this movie in and it turned out to be so redpill that I was blown away. I think the whole movie deserves an article I was that blown away please tell your readers and please watch Survival Island from 2005. It’s on Netflix you can also find it on YouTube it’s about an hour and a half long

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HR doesn’t just “referee” disputes, it happily helps create them.

That’s why I used the past tense, to refer to what happened in the past, before the current times. “How we got here” matters.

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Right. The Personnel Department (such a quaint old term) used to focus on the nuts and bolts of hiring and maintaining the people needed to get the job done.

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Hi, Are you available for consultations?
Thank you for your time.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dcBqwlNPC1s

Suicide is the ultimate form of self criticism
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xAlbylCwKAk

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@ Rollo, @AgentP
“Guys learn this part real easy, what they don’t learn, and what women deliberately keep ambiguous, is that even after “enthusiastic consent” is officially declared, he can still be charged with rape for touching her boobs (or anything else for that matter) the wrong way. Again, control the narrative, control the definition of the language and control what the consequences are and you can control the frame.”

“Again, control the narrative, control the definition of the language and control what the consequences are and you can control the frame.”

Explain some more. How so in this context?

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MGTOW for your well being and happiness.
If you want companionship get a dog.
If you want to cry, go to your mother.
If you want to fuck, go to Germany, FKK, for a week.

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“If we’re going to survive both President Trump and the kind of people he has emboldened, we need to attack masculinity directly. I don’t mean that we should recuperate masculinity—that is, press men to identify with a kinder, gentler version of it—I mean that we should reject the idea that men have a psychic need to distinguish themselves from women in order to feel good about themselves. This idea is sexist on its face and it’s unsettling that we so rarely think of it that way.”

http://www.publicbooks.org/big-picture-confronting-manhood-trump/

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http://www.publicbooks

“WHO WRITES FOR US?
Anyone with expertise and something to say, from professors and graduate students to journalists and creative writers. When we last counted, over half of our contributors identified as women, one third identified as people of color, and one third identified as queer. Our staff is based in New York City, but our writers are located all over the world.”

Wade must be a creative writer. Should she get a participation trophy? or is that now to masculine?

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“Wade must be a creative writer.”

She’s a doctor of sociology, so, yeah.

The textbook she co-authored (and teaches):

https://www.amazon.com/Gender-Interactions-Institutions-Lisa-Wade/dp/0393931072/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8

She wonders why feminists have never thought of erasing masculinity before, creating a logical Mobius strip of the question itself begging the question. Erasing masculinity would erase the feminist identity.

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“Erasing masculinity would erase the feminist identity.” Then she will loose the power of her golden bejeweld vajna. From The Anatomy of Female Power Chinweizu “As we have seen, each double standard, including that which is most on women’s minds, works to men’s disadvantage, and helps to guarantee at least one of women’s numerous privileges. Yet feminists purport to crusade against the double standard in order to remove its disadvantages to women! Now, wouldn’t it be nice if feminism really wanted a single standard of human freedom? Wouldn’t it be nice to have a single code of conduct for the… Read more »

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From 10:00 there’s the best-yet description of hypergamy. Rollo’s talked about it many times, this time it hit me like a lightning bolt.

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rugby – wtf? what gives?

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She goes from one twisted cult to another.

Normally I’d predict Hollywood execs would be all over a “sick sex cult” story ,,, well maybe that’s not such a great idea for them at the moment

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“She goes from one twisted cult to another.” we still talking about Rose McGowan? http://people.com/celebrity/rose-mcgowan-how-she-survived-and-escaped-a-cult/ “I grew up in pastoral settings” – specifically, the Italian countryside, where her parents were members of the local branch of the Children of God. But McGowan, who was born in Florence, knew instinctively that she didn’t belong in such a place. “I’ve always been who I am,” she says, explaining that while she did believe in God, she wasn’t in accord with the hippie lifestyle, and certainly not with their aesthetic or the subservient role of females in the sect. Even at her tender… Read more »

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No, about Natacha going to HR — but the Rose McGowan overlap is sure timely. And now they finger her for traces of drugs on her lost luggage or something

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Oh, and a young female comic spelled things out pretty clearly on radio this morning — “I guess it’s harassment if you don’t like the person. If you do, it’s flattery.”

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@Blax – Really showing your ass on this thread. Anyone who wants to discuss the JFK assassination needs to read Posner’s Case Closed, the definitive book on it. He does the real investigative work in a way no other has, and along the way easily disposes of every whack job conspiracy theory out there. Anyone who runs their mouth about it hasn’t read that book, fyi, and those who do stop running their mouths about it. He wrote and published it after Oliver Stone released that absurd mouth-breathing movie filled with idiocy about JFK’s assassination. Just one tidbit most morons… Read more »

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@O.B.I.T.

Oh, and a young female comic spelled things out pretty clearly on radio this morning — “I guess it’s harassment if you don’t like the person. If you do, it’s flattery.”

WHO????

That chick is 2 good mornings away from a dick pic.

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Well, It’s good that scrib crawled out of his hole to set me straight ( as always, he knows everything about everything, lol ).

I won’t waste my time correcting you.

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Rugby, please stop posting walls of videos.

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Hey Blaximus, I think Mark Simone had a reasonable take this morning on what Goodell should tell the players: “We have the money, we’ll back you, whatever you want — but you gotta get these protests off the field and into the real world.”

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Exhibit 1: ” . . . you know I’m not an “alt right” type . . .”

Exhibit 2: ” The average black in South Africa would live so much better if apartheid still obtained and the country was run by white people.”

I’ve been poking you good naturedly about being alt-right, but come on, Vox Day could have written the body of your comment, word for word.

At this point about the only difference I can see between your two positions is that you deny you are alt-right, while he denies that he is white.

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@scribb

I’ll debate you any time, anywhere on his administration’s corruption, incompetence, partisanship and destructiveness to our society.

You err…the Obama admin’s destructiveness was in no way due to incompetence…he ran a very competent neo-anticolonial govt. which undermined business in the depths of the Great Recession (in the process, laying off millions of blue- and white-collar workers) and undermined allied confidence in US leadership…by design.

Obama’s book, Dreams from My Father, makes his neo-anticolonialism very clear.

D’Souza laid all this out very clearly about nine years ago.

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At this point about the only difference I can see between your two positions is that you deny you are alt-right, while he denies that he is white.

I’m more of a mottled beige, myself.

Blax, you’re the resident political know it all…come out and play.

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Nope. All I can offer are facts. Lol.

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@kfg @Blaximus

It is a waste of time to reply to Scribblerg now, because he just does his drive-by posting and doesnt bother to read replies. Might as well talk to a wall.

I wish him well, he’s come pretty far from the Sugarbaby”game” days, and thanks to Scrib I have multiple copies of Biology of Desire, plus a couple I’ve passed off to people who need it. It is a bit sad to see him slowly descending to the level drive-by troller.

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“Moderate” was the old label used by American communists…now they use the term “progressive”…it’s all about marketing

two things you find in the middle of the road…moderates and dead skunks…bearing in mind that America’s road has taken a sharp left turn.

If you’re not a moderate, then you’re Alt-Right if you buy into leftist propaganda, lol.

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The irony of this is, if feminists succeed in their agenda of “removing masculinity”, they (and oter women in the society) will absolutely HATE the males that result. Totally effeminate milksops whose only difference from their female counterparts will be the presence of cock and balls – unless they become so self-hating that they have themselves castrated and therefore totally useless to women…

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It’s so funny after you drop this Rollo & the whole Adam Sandler thing happens.😁

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@kfg: on Nicole & spur grapes😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

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People are gonna have to wear oven mitts

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