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You’ve Gotta Keep ‘Em Separated (Except for Strippers)

All this, plus strippers too!

Fellas!  Have you ever fantasized about a world in which men and women live totally segregated lives, but gotten hung up on what we might call “the stripper problem?”  Over on The Spearhead, walking in hell2 has come up with a solution to this dilemma.

I think the next step of the men’s awareness movement should be something like this: a s separation of the sexes.

I would like to see a contractor or developer challenge the system and create a living community for men only: shopping mall, apartments, gym, etc. The legal precedent could be something like the desire for male patrons to avoid any type of legal hassles or the negative perceptions and harassment that are thrown on them by women, white knights, and manginas. I for one would live in such a community just to avoid the disgusting sight, smell, sound, and evil motives of Westernized females. The community could have men’s entertainment, where strippers, etc could come to work, but could not live in the community.

What do we want? Gender Segregation! (Except for Strippers)

When do we want it? Now!

I would also like to see the work place separated into male and female sections, where it would be impossible to hear or see any female coworker during the day.

Once I shared a small office with two women around 15 years older than me. One day one of the women was out of the office. I was talking to the other one and I received a phone call so I had to take it. The women with who I was talking, got angry that I took the call cutting off our conversation. About one minute later she accused me of “coming at her.” I just turned and ignored her. If she wanted, she could have made that accusation to my boss and got me into big trouble. The sick thing is, the woman was so old and ugly, no romantic thought had ever entered my head about her. This was going to be my defense had she pushed her sick agenda.

This is pretty much a textbook example of the concept of the “unreliable narrator” you may recall from English class.

Separate “male only” communities and job spaces are an organized and commercial form of MGTOW. I think it is the next logical step. Western women are just too toxic to mix and live with and not worth the risk of being harassed and falsely accused and sent to prison.

18 upvotes and 2 downvotes, last I checked.

Imma let you finish, walking in hell2, but Anthony Zarat had one of the best male-female segregation videos of all time!

 

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Posted on July 11, 2012, in antifeminism, crackpottery, disgusting women, evil women, girl germs, man boobz fun time videos, manginas, men who should not ever be with women ever, MGTOW, misogyny, MRA, Muvizu videos, oppressed men, shit that never happened, the spearhead, western women suck, white knights, YouTube. Bookmark the permalink. 264 Comments.

  1. Argenti Aertheri

    “Women always had complete self-ownership, freedom of movement, and right of ownership and inheritanced of property as well, as long as the norms, stability, and honor of the family unit was not damaged.”

    Parts irrelevant to this point are stricken out — honor killings in or out in Mellerland?

  2. I makes him so mad when we don’t let him get away with backpedaling, doesn’t it?

  3. Meller, what about the “entertainment centers”, laughing at cancer patients, animal cruelty, and abuse rationalization? You know, all the things you’ve said.

  4. @Sgt Grumbles – my cat totally does that. The first time he did it I was so completely charmed and blown away. See, his name is Clark (for Clark Kent) and I call that his Superman pose. I’ve never managed to catch a picture of it because he does it mostly lying on the bed next to me and the second I move it’s gone, but I do so love it. I named him Clark years before he ever did it!

  5. Yar! Wrong thread! Sorry!

  6. Limitless opportunities to devote themselves exclusively to the benefit of men (or else). Truly the most wonderful of worlds. And of course women would enjoy themselves, because the men would be enjoying themselves, and isn’t that what’s really important?
    No, no it’s not.

    You know Meller, you should get together with nwoslave and his “reject all options not determined by arbitrary gender boxes so you can be free” shtick, it makes about as much sense.

  7. Oh Meller. There’s nothing wrong with building a fantasy world, but when you climb inside, pull the lid shut over your head, and only occasionally open it to scream resentfully at the people outside about how they made you do it then you’re just pitiful.

  8. David K. Meller

    Ithiliana@ 14 July 2012 9:45 am–

    At least as “property”, in my kind of society, even though you have all the rights of self ownership that you have in the modern world, sans the exceptions noted, the way you and the other womenbeinghateful here so felicitously put it, at least you would be worth something to somebody (probably a lot of “somebodies”). You modern women(?) aren’t property, you are worth nothing to anyone–except goofy girlfriends who are even more hopeless than you are, “mangina” male feminists who are only trying to fool you into giving them sex, and lezzies (’nuff said).

    As bringers of joy, male pleasure, domestic felicity, and nurturance, women are infinitely precious, as imitation men, e.g. police detectives, sailors, engineers, attornys- at- law, truck drivers, plumbers, and so on, you modern women are WORTHLESS!! Women as “property? doesn’t look so bad, even on your distorted terms, does it?

    You are offfered some “choice” by feminists, aren’t you? Being precious and loved as a kind of “property”, or being worthless, resented, and perhaps even loathed as free (?) women, or not even beng recognised as women at all, just as mutant quasi-female exceptions with poorly defined gender specificity at best, and almost hermaphroditic (showing both sexes characteristics more or less equally) at worst!

    Have fun!!

  9. David K. Meller

    There are no “honor killings” in Mellerland! Women who are inclined to give men sexual pleasure promiscuously are welcome in various houses of entertainment, where their proclivities can be honed and professionalized, and they can be sheltered and protected.

    Killing–or even beating or otherwise causing injury) to a hostess/ entertainer/ companion in a House of Entertainment would not only be an act of murder (or serious assault and robbery) against the woman, but it would be an act of aggression against the House, and perhaps her family as well.

    There may be places for abusive/ murderous men in the world, but “Mellerland” would NOT be one of them!! I wouldn’t give two plugged nickels for the life of a man who killed a hostess and I don’t think that you would either!

  10. Women as “property? doesn’t look so bad, even on your distorted terms, does it?

    Uh, no, it still looks like a pretty bad deal to me. But go ahead and keep trying to convince us, maybe with another overly detailed food metaphor?

  11. MorkaisChosen

    “mangina” male feminists who are only trying to fool you into giving them sex,

    Huh. I thought I associated with all my cool female friends because they’re cool and fun to talk to.

    I’m all sad now.

  12. Argenti Aertheri

    What’s he need food metaphors for when he’s got this gem –

    “…and almost hermaphroditic (showing both sexes characteristics more or less equally) at worst!”

    Androgyny is apparently the worst!

    And you completely missed the point about honor killings — what if she has sex, not at a “house of entertainment” but just with someone she likes? You can assign honor to whatever you like, the question was what happens to women who do not meet that standard.

    “I wouldn’t give two plugged nickels for the life of a man who killed a hostess and I don’t think that you would either!”

    …um, I’m not really cool with the death penalty, or torture, or prison rape…so yeah, I guess that means I do give a shit then.

  13. DKM: Wow, you managed to reply to me without blaming me for perverting my graduate student to make her ex-husband (who paid no child support) murder her (he’s facing the death penalty by the way–as decided by MALE DA).

    That’s a first.

    What you have to say is pure crap, of course, but you are remarkably consistent compared to some of the Trolls–consistently hateful, mind you, but consistent.

    I was born in 1955–I remember what it was like pre-feminism. I was offered the “choice” to become a man’s property. I started rejecting it during 7th grade when the frakking ‘dating game’ started amongst my peers.. I rejected it throughout junior high, high school, and college–to multiple graduate degrees. I get paid for doing what I love (reading and writing, and even teaching Tolkien, ahahahahah), and I live with a woman (we buy each other stuff, so by Martin’s rules I guess we’re both whores) and have for over 15 years. I committed to never being supported by a man when my father dumped my mother for a graduate student after 25 years of marriage (she PAID for his frakking doctorate). I have NEVER relied on a man for anything–and never will. I gave up having sex with men in 1982 and have never regretted it.

    I am very happy to see that my younger male colleagues as a group show much less sexism than the old white men running (incompetently as I think some events in the next two years will show) my university.

    Feminists didn’t offer me anything–I was a proto-feminist from a young age, in the sense of deciding early on NOT to marry and NOT to have children, and I became a declared feminist as soon as I read my first book by a feminist (de Beauvoir). (I did not get into feminism until I read it myself–until then I was playing the “exceptional woman” game–i.e. I can do what the boys do better than the boys do it–it wasn’t that hard!).

    I am everything you fear and loathe, Meller.

    And as I’ve said many times before, I’m gonna die happier than you–just as I’m happier than you *right now.*

    You want Gor, and you can’t have it.

    You will never get it.

    (and p.s. FREE EVAN!)

  14. OMG the two period MRA ellipsis!

    MY FILEZ HAZ BEEN CORRUPTED!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  15. Unimaginative

    There are no “honor killings” in Mellerland!

    Is it weird that the thing I find most disturbing is that Meller calls his fantasy world Mellerland?

  16. No, Unimaginative, it is not weird at all.

  17. Mellerland sounds like a super creepy theme park.

  18. A theme park of dolls (lovelies) and cats (furries) and random brothels….

  19. Mellerland is what the Stepford Husbandz would build.

    Trufact.

  20. Argenti Aertheri

    “Is it weird that the thing I find most disturbing is that Meller calls his fantasy world Mellerland?”

    IDK, my first thought was “I got him to say Mellerland!” At least he’s happy with a land and not his own universe like NWO?

  21. You know, I thought that the commenters here talking about Meller and Gor were just making superficial comparisons. I had heard of Gor, that women in it were all slaves and all that, and that this was the extent of the reference, but I have just read Bellatrys’ analysis of Gor and it’s remarkable how similar the views of Meller are to Gor, sometimes nearly word for word.
    It’s a terrible notion that there are so many other Mellers out there, who can’t conceive of women being anything other than slaves.

  22. @Myoo: I actually read two or three of the GOR novels when I was in high school–our public library had them categorized as fantasy novels, and while the covers were somewhat lurid, they weren’t that much more than your typical brass bikini genre fantasy.

    It was……an education.

    And not in the good way.

    So, yeah, I know from reading them just how much of a plagiarist or Gorean if you prefer Meller is (he’s apparently not able/willing to live it out–as some do, shudders, both online and offline).

  23. @Myoo: who can’t conceive of women being anything other than slaves.

    MOre than that, who believe down to their sexist little bones that women are NATURAL slaves, that despite all the brainwashing by feminists that they WANT to submit, and be raped (the highest complement a master can show a slave), that they YEARN to be subjugated, and find true happiness only in that state.

    THe GOr novels I read tended to show north American women who were professionals suddenly moved into GOR and beaten into submission who then became happy and orgasmic and all that.

    There was one with sort of a reversal (where a female warlord type) treated a male character the same way–but he escaped and enslaved her. Might have gone back and forth a few times–I got bored!

  24. David K. Meller

    Gor novels are entertaining fiction, but that is ALL that they are. They have influences me, and perhaps other MRAs, but I certainly don’t regard rape as the “highest complement a master can show a slave”, and indeed regard slavery of any kind with abhorrence!

    Men are the world’s problem solvers, we create by projecting the products of our minds onto the larger world. Art, music, the sciences, engineering, architecture, philosophy (such as it is) medicine were–and are–men’s contributions to the world–at least at our best!

    Women, on the other hand, enrich the world (at least at their best) projecting the products of their bodies and emotions onto the larger world. Nurturance, pleasure (both sexual and otherwise), tranquillity, homemaking and domesticity, empathy and patience, playfulness and affection.

    It is true that men, as a rule, have a smaller amount of feminine qualities cited above, and women, of course, have a smaller amount of logical, rational problem solving ability, but these qualities and features are both primarily to be found where described above.

    None of this has anything to do with Gor, none of this has anything to do with mastery or slavery, still less with rape, and it has everything to do with my revulsion against unisex feminism, androgyny, and efforts to try to make the uniqueness of the sexes interchangable.

    Gor novels? Interesting and entertaining reading, and thought provoking in spots, but not much more than that! There is NO plagiarism in my posts regarding Gor, and Ithiliana, and Myoo, I don’t attempt to “live it out” online because of a lack of interest on my part as any sort of lifestyle.

  25. Except women can – and do – also excel in art, engineering, philosophy and any other discipline. That’s one of the most important reason what you say is BS to us: to live in Mellerland, we would have to abandon all of the above.
    Meanwhile, in the real word, I can work as an engineer, write and read fiction, read and discuss philosophy and still have empathy, give and receive pleasure. My world is way better that what you have to offer me.

  26. CassandraSays

    Well, Meller doesn’t seem to excel at anything except making people feel really skeeved out, so I can see why he’d find women (or men) who’re good at all kinds of things and have positive qualities traditionally associated with both genders incredibly intimidating. If he’s forced to admit that his gonads don’t actually make him inherently better at engineering, art, science, etc., then what does he have left to keep him going? Just his dolls.

  27. yo Meller would you say your dolls are an example of taking your big manly hammer of creativity and beating the world in to shape with your manly will or an example of “projecting your emotions” onto lumps of porcelain

    just wondering

  28. David K. Meller

    Women (except as a bunch of androgynous feminist freaks,( cf. manboobz and other feminist blogs for examples…) do not and cannot excel in masculine careers and professions. When placed there as a result of legal pressure, irresponsible court rulings, and unrelenting propaganda, they do more to CREATE problems than to solve them.

    As far as my litle lady lovelies, they certainly bring beauty into the world, unlike feminists, whose ugliness in their opinions is probably exceeded only by their ugliness in their appearance!

    There is both a well known collectable doll store and a feminist hatchery (college campus, complete with women(?) professors) within a few miles of my home so I know about this from personal observation and experience. Most of you feminists wouldn’t even compare well with normal more-or-less traditional women in either appearance or appeal, much less sweet, adorable, beautiful little lady lovelies!

  29. Meller, there have been several women philosophers, mathematicians, programmers, physicists, and many other things. Marie Curie made a theory of radioactivity and developed techniques to isolate radioactive isotopes; Rosalind Franklin made X-ray diffraction images of DNA that allowed for its helical structure to be determined; Ida Noddack predicted nuclear fission; Lise Meitner was co-discoverer of that same nuclear fission; Ada Lovelace created the first computer program; Grace Hopper developed the first compiler for programming language and her theories led to the creation of COBOL, one of the first computer programming languages.

    These are not minor things, they are important scientific discoveries that had a great influence in technology as we know it today. What are YOUR big contributions to science?

  30. What are YOUR big contributions to science?

    Declaring that said women are mutants.

  31. That is not science.

  32. One of my favorite female scientists is Barbara McClintock–she was a geneticist in the mid-20th century who discovered transposons (“jumping genes”–seriously one of the weirdest things in genetics), was the first person to see recombination occur during meiosis (another scientist had already found it existed by statistical analysis, but she actually saw the physical evidence), and was the first person to speculate about epigenetic regulation–before the structure of DNA was even discovered.

    (More here: http://www.nature.com/scitable/topicpage/barbara-mcclintock-and-the-discovery-of-jumping-34083)

    Epigenetics is close to my heart, because I’m currently doing undergraduate research on epigenetic modifications in neurons.

  33. David K. Meller

    What is MY “big contribution to science”? What is YOUR contribution to harmony, love, and beauty in the world?

    I didn’t think so!

    Feminuttery (the “science” of gender equality) does nothing but pollute the relationship between the sexes with rivalry, hatred, and contempt. I don’t deny that there are occasional women of scientific genius, but they have nothing to do with what women are at their best at doing in the world. They ARE mutants! They have no more to do with women at large –99% plus–than you could project any liklihood of men’s achievements from the likes of Archimedes, Issac Newton, Galileo, John von Neumann, or Nikola Tesla, even though the vast majority of scientists were and are men!

  34. @Meller
    So, these intelligent women should be assumed to not be intelligent and prevented from achieving their full potential, thereby holding back scientific progress, is that it?

    Look Meller, I know you’re into this kind of stuff, so imagine that 1% of the world’s population had the potential to have telepathic abilities, but it would only manifest itself after proper training. Would you:
    a)Provide training for everyone, so that the people with telepathic abilities could manifest them.
    OR
    b)Don’t provide training for anyone because it’s such a small percentage of people that it’s not worth it.

  35. CassandraSays

    “Feminuttery (the “science” of gender equality) does nothing but pollute the relationship between the sexes with rivalry”

    It’s interesting that Meller keeps repeating this, and a clue to his underlying issue with feminism, I think. Did a woman once beat you at something, Meller? Did it hurt your feelings?

    The last paragraph is just hilarious. Women who are really good at science are very unusual! Just like men who are really good at science! Which proves that it’s natural for women to be bad at science and men to be good at it, because…wait did I forget what I was ranting about? My rhetorical skills aren’t up to much, since normally I only talk to my dolls.

  36. David K. Meller

    There are, and always were, many more men who were much better at the sciences than women were, or could be, and far more women who were much better at bringing love, beauty, and harmony into the world than men could ever be, whether they were “equal to” men at science, math, engineering and other “outside world” prroblem solving skills or not!

    My rhetorical skills are comparable to anybody else here, since the same time that I use “talking to my dolls” is used by womenbeinghateful here gabbling with each other, if not with their goofy girlfriends at home.

    My little lady lovelies are delightful to talk to anyway, especially compared with professional manhaters!

  37. My little lady lovelies are delightful to talk to anyway, especially compared with professional manhaters!

    So why are you here? Why aren’t you talking with your dolls if they’re so delightful?

  38. David K. Meller

    Wasting my time trying to correct some of your faulty impressions and judgements. Besides, SOMEBODY has to see some alternatives to womenbeinghateful in the world!

    Hope that this answers your questions snowflake.

  39. CassandraSays

    The perfect conversation with a woman is one in which she is unable to respond in any way.

    (David K Meller, professional misogynist and part-time Gor enthusiast.)

  40. Aww DKM gave me a nickname! How cute! And… creepy

  41. My rhetorical skills are comparable to anybody else here

    lol, sweetie, no

  42. Argenti Aertheri

    “There are, and always were, many more men who were much better at the sciences than women were, or could be, and far more women who were much better at bringing love, beauty, and harmony into the world than men could ever be, whether they were “equal to” men at science, math, engineering and other “outside world” prroblem solving skills or not!”

    Today’s run-on sentence award goes to…DKM!! Who thinks his “rhetorical skills are comparable to anybody else here” for um, interesting reasons. At least that sentence is properly constructed, if endless.

    DKM — thoughts on male artists? Do they not create beauty just because they’re male or something?

  43. CassandraSays

    “DKM — thoughts on male artists? Do they not create beauty just because they’re male or something?”

    Sorry, I just have to…

  44. Argenti Aertheri

    Cassandra — you should’ve saved that, I just snarked at NWO about knowledge springing forth fully formed from foam, Venus references would fit perfectly.

  45. CassandraSays

    Fits everything Meller says too! I think you arrived after his rants about the Houses of Entertainment and how appalled he was by the idea that women might in theory want men to entertain them in various ways too. He’s very attached to the idea that who gives and who receives joy, pleasure, care, and attention should be gendered and flow in one direction only.

  46. CassandraSays

    (Unlike Slavey, who gets nasty about it, the idea that not everyone falls neatly into the boxes “man” and “woman” doesn’t even seem to have occurred to Meller.)

  47. Argenti Aertheri

    I’d missed the first incarnation of that rant, but saw a version of it recently (hell, that’s earlier in this thread even, I think). And yeah, DKM is a half-step above NWO today, the referenced snarking at NWO is because he wants to know what I “uncissed” into (it would seem that “an androgynous ninja” is not an acceptable answer).

    “women might in theory want men to entertain them in various ways too” — the horror!! = DKM’s view on that.

    Hey DKM? Do androgynous ninjas give or receive pleasure?

    …that’s another question that feels like I’m asking why a raven’s like a writing desk…

  48. What is MY “big contribution to science”? What is YOUR contribution to harmony, love, and beauty in the world?

    Nice attempt at deflection, but no. You lose again. You made the claim, so back it up.

    Gods, you’re such a child.

  49. CassandraSays

    You have to admit, from a rhetorical pov Meller’s gendering of traits is vaguely clever. Since he’s labelled creating harmony and love as female traits, in his mind that explains why he himself is notably lacking in that regard and is devoted to creating discord and misery instead.

  50. Well, you know what they say about misery…

  51. Argenti Aertheri

    “Well, you know what they say about misery…”

    Things that should surprise no one, there’s an Emilie Autumn song for this!

  52. “I would like to see a contractor or developer challenge the system and create a living community for men only: shopping mall, apartments, gym, etc. The legal precedent could be something like the desire for male patrons to avoid any type of legal hassles or the negative perceptions and harassment that are thrown on them by women, white knights, and manginas. I for one would live in such a community just to avoid the disgusting sight, smell, sound, and evil motives of Westernized females. The community could have men’s entertainment, where strippers, etc could come to work, but could not live in the community.”

    So he wants to create a sundown town. How original.

    Also, I don’t think a judge will let you violate the Fair Housing Act just because you’re afraid of women’s negative perceptions of you.

  53. I think many feminists would gladly agree to fund a colony where all the radical MRA nutbags will be isolated from women.

    Also, when will MGTOWers finally go their own way?

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