Friday, November 27, 2015

It Starts in High School

It starts in high school.

Indeed and truly the really horrible problems in our society always start in high school.

They weren't good kids that went wrong in college.  The real prep work was done between the ages of 13 to 17.

Tina Fey’s movie Mean Girls with Lindsey Lohan makes the point that girls have always been extremely adept on average at nonviolent bullying: girls tend to be quick and sharp at interpersonal thinking with a talent for knowing precisely where to slip in the psychological stiletto.

Of course, most of that talent has been deployed over the millennia against their rivals in the sexual marketplace, other females (although little brothers and henpecked husbands have been victims too). But now our society encourages girls, at the point where their social skills are most advanced relative to boys of the same age, to use their Mean Girls techniques to bully and silence boys in the name of Fighting Patriarchy.

The infuriating part is that they always are able to recruit the Gamma Males at that age.  And then they pretty much have these sad little castrati for life.  Singing their little unearthly, high pitched SJW melodies about cis-privilege, genderarchys and their inability to grow a proper beard.

I need feminism because
I am no longer a man in any serious way

Read the whole damn thing. 

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