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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. If they allow strippers in, they better keep some form of regulation to make sure no sperm is smuggled out of the man-city! Imagine the damage that could do to their manhood!

  2. I feel I have to use a very cliched phrase, but it fits here: The Simpsons did it.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Girls_Just_Want_to_Have_Sums

  3. Mangri-La is the winner for me so far.

  4. Manchester? Manly? Oman?

  5. And you know what I just don’t get? How does someone actually put forward such a stupid idea and not then read over it and think: “oh. I’ve been wasting my life, haven’t I?”

  6. 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.

    But what if you work in a strip club?

  7. Blindfold and ear plugs?

  8. thebionicmommy

    Brolivia, Menmark, Heden, Menezuela, they could also live near the Hequator.

  9. 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.

    I would fucking LOVE to see how they think this would work in my office. Everything we do is so team oriented, it is nigh impossible to avoid someone (even for someone like me who tries because she is extremely non-confrontational and profoundly intimidated by a few of the higher ups). But seriously, how, logistically do they think this would actually work? I mean, would I just have to send everything to my male colleagues via e-mail? Or is that still too gender charged? Would I have to get a male name and separate e-mail account to send things to my male coworkers from? And what if I have to call another office to arrange something and the person who picks up is a dude? Do I have to say “sorry, can I speak to the lady of the office?” (bet the MRAs would love that!) Or do I have to do everything via my dude pretend e-mail? Or what if one of my male colleagues calls another office and a woman picks up?

    I mean, some interaction can be avoided, because, the interwebz, but a lot of times in my work, I’ve found you really just need to pick up a phone to articulate something.

    As usual, another one of their silly plans in practice, is a huge logistical nightmare.

  10. Oh, buggering blockquotes, that second bit is me.

  11. ShadetheDruid

    Somewhere, the inventor of blockquotes is twirling their mustache and cackling with glee.

  12. I guess they can’t imagine a scenario where a woman is the only person in the office who knows the answer to their question.

  13. thebionicmommy

    Guyowa (supposed to rhyme with Iowa), Mentucky, Mennesota, Brohio, and Mennsylvania

  14. Can’t believe no one mentioned Manitoba xD you don’t have to change the name or anything. Plus there’s bears for manly wrestling and hunting!!

    though I am partial to Brolivia…

  15. @ clairedammit, BINGO. Which is pretty hilarious to me, given that everyone in my office has a pretty specific role. It’s not impossible for the guys to be able to know or guess or find out on their own about how things work in a lady colleague’s shop, but it is a helluva lot faster to just go ASK that person “hey, about xyz, who is the contact person for that group?” rather than spending all that work time digging for the info you could get by talking to someone in two seconds.

    These guys boggle my mind, they really do. I know they are out there, possibly in work spaces like mine no less, but I have a very hard time imagining they would do well at all. Can’t imagine there’s much time to get shit done when so much time is spent avoiding people who are there to help you get it done.

    @Shade yes, the inventor of blockquotes is a diabolical villain indeed :P

  16. ostara321, I have worked with guys who thought like that. Some would even say it out loud, or they’d just completely ignore the women in the office or talk over them. (This was when I worked in IT.) They did not do well at all. I don’t think they ever figured out why either.

  17. It’d be like their own private Guy-daho!

  18. So what would be the best way to make this actually happen? I’m thinking either some sort of Kickstarter pledge drive or else all of us simultaneously shouting “No! No! You mustn’t go! How would we cope without you?”

  19. Unimaginative

    That’s why I’m interested in misogynist gay men.

    I’m guessing the overlapping slice in the Venn diagram of “misogynist” and “gay men” is very, very small.

    I think the block quote trap is to keep us humble. And it is very, very humbling to do a righteous tear on an on-line asshole, only to undermine your whole rant by screwing the formatting.

  20. Unimaginative

    Also, I believe the blue curly things in the picture are those plasticky ribbons that you drag across the blade of your scissors, curling them up, to make ribbons for presents. It’s like Sandra Lee tablescaping for parties, only this is obviously much manlier. Manscaping? Erk, no. Never mind.

  21. Has anyone claimed “Manchester” yet?

    Also I’m very confused how a sex-segregated workplace would work. Would you have to have interdepartmental meetings via one of those prison-visitation phone booths? Would the people who carry inter-office mail all have to be agender? If a female client or vendor wants to meet with a male staff member, do you assign her a chaperone to restrain her false-accusing instincts or is it sufficient to merely videotape her at all times?

  22. Why does that good fella not convert to Wahabitism and move to Saudi Arabia? Because yeah, that’s basically where he wants to be, that’s the place of his dreams, the nation he longs to belong to.

  23. creativewritingstudent

    When I was about… small, probably 5-7 years old, I had a similar idea, except it was based on whether people were mean to me or not. Except it was school playgrounds. The one for mean people was a normal playground, and the one for nice people was super awesome with a city of climbing frames and swings and a monorail. And a library.

    I planned to build the nice playground on a small grass verge…

    This plan seems equally well thought-out, and with none of the naivity of a small child who didn’t like some of her classmates. (I bet it lacks monorails and libraries.)

  24. Unimaginative:

    I’m guessing the overlapping slice in the Venn diagram of “misogynist” and “gay men” is very, very small.

    I wouldn’t say that. Consider, if you will, all the gay men who say “masculine men only” on their dating profiles, who hate on “twinks”, who stridently reply “That man is too gay” and who (this is a real example of a real comment I saw on Youtube) say “I’m gay, and I hate these cliché faggots”. No joke. I’m guessing “twinks” get way more hate from gay men than bears do, and I am way willing to believe misogyny is why. Feminine=inferior.

    I’m not a gay man, nor do I know much about gay culture, but there is plenty of misogyny and homophobia in gay male culture. It’s just a little less obnoxious.

    I read enough slash to also know that internalized misogyny among young women (who write slash at least) is through the roof. Like, holy shit. But that’s for another day.

  25. Something tells me this wouldn’t be a “separate but equal” plan if only in the language used to develop it.

    I love that the first thing he mentions is a shopping mall. Just what men crave; their own mall! Are these mtgowers or teenage girls? And THIS is his idea of the “next logical step?”

  26. I suppose in this segregated office scenario, it would only be a matter of time before the women are blamed for never being available or putting out.

  27. I vote for ‘Loserville’. Nil points for punworthiness but a solid 10 for accuracy.

  28. This idea is one mras are always accusing feminist of plotting secretly (only in reverse) where it’s a women run world and men are disposable. Only he’s actually spelling it out.

  29. captainbathrobe

    @Molly Ren,

    I am kind of imagining the Ron Swanson version of a mall-Disneyland, where there are 24 hour breakfast buffets, camping stores with 100 foot high bears, all the clothing is plaid and the entire food court involves bacon.

    God, I loves me some parks and rec.

  30. captainbathrobe

    But, apparently, not html tags.

  31. @Kakanian:

    Why does that good fella not convert to Wahabitism and move to Saudi Arabia?

    Because Saudi Arabia is a notorious whoriarchy!

  32. Has anyone said Mansterdam or Brocelona yet?

  33. captainbathrobe

    I like San Mancisco. Of course, this has other implications that our dear, sweet MRAs might not appreciate. :)

  34. SOBBING. WITH. LAUGHTER.

  35. O FFS!

    Someone get the shuttle and gear together for mars colonization! Get it posted on Kickstarter so we can get the funds together to offer MRAs a true dream:a whole planet to themselves, gauranteed woman free, where they can do manly things of building a civilization from the dirt up.

    The strippers might be a bit hard…maybe just send them the latest porn via satellite?

  36. This could never work in the long term for these guys. They like a pecking order and pretty soon they would be all cliquey and then it would be like that scene in Anchor Man where all the news teams are fighting. Or maybe like Highlander. They would turn on each other in a minute. So, yeah, sounds like a good plan. I vote for Shang-guy.

  37. themisanthropicmuse

    This is how the MGTOW think all the womenfolk will react when they finally leave for man island:

    and this is what I suspect would be the actual case:

  38. I’m rather partial to Chapan

  39. Shang guy for the win!!!

    These guys get off on their supposed superiority over women. Who the fuck are they going to treat like shit if its just men?

    Now that would be some fun reality tV. Can you imagine the office worker guys who spend so many hours bitching about women on the net trying to build their own civilization? What would they do with all that free time they have? No women or kids to support, no women to endlessly supplicate to, no one to beg for sex, no women tto bitch about….

    Whatever would they do?

  40. It’s a thermos of coffee with… curly ribbons tied to it? That’s my best guess.

    Yeah, they look like curly ribbons, but I think that’s a percolator (looks like Corningware, minus the blue flowers) not a thermos.

  41. Guyana. It declared independence from Galbion.

  42. New Guynea, or Manscow?

  43. Oh! Maybe we could get NWO to go with them as a house keeper!

    After all, a lot of the MRA aint gonna do the cookin an cleanin themselves. Cause that’s what wimminz is fer..oh. Wait.

  44. Dudeapest. Menice.

  45. Los Mangeles
    San Diebro

  46. I can’t believe I missed Manitoba.
    And Manada, Mantario, Brotish Columbia, Albrota, Labrodour, Yellowguyf, New Broswick, Coquitman, the region of the Caridude, the Kooten-hes

  47. @ 2-D Man

    How about Mancton, Frederiguy, Campbroton, Edmanston, Manse aux Medows, Guyspé, Cape Broton Island, Grand Manaan Island, that’s all of the maritime cities I can think of that would work.

  48. I regret…that I never got to see…Mantana…..

  49. Manly! (a part of Sydney)

  50. ManiacalNewWorld

    I made the mistake of reading more of the comments. One guy, while discussing women in combat, calls them “baby machines”. And they actually expect to be taken seriously. I saw a lot of guys, I’m guessing, puzzling over why feminists don’t like middle-eastern ideals regarding women.

  51. Prince Edward Guyland, home of Man of Green Gables.

  52. The guy in the office next to mine just wandered over to ask if he could see what was making me laugh. I couldn’t think what to tell him. (Actually, he would probably find this as amusing as I do.)

    There’s also:
    Abu Daddy
    American Manoa
    Mangola
    Mandorra
    Manguilla
    Mantigua
    Bromuda
    Azerbaijohntheother
    BurmaShave
    Manbodia
    Guybraltar
    Paul Elam Island

  53. Did anyone mention Long Guyland? I mean, it’s already pronounced that way.

  54. New Pork, Home of Hamattan island, and Baconway…aaaand I’m really grasping at straws here.

  55. Yeah, they look like curly ribbons, but I think that’s a percolator (looks like Corningware, minus the blue flowers) not a thermos.

    Ah, of course! I guess I don’t know my coffee paraphernalia well enough, I think you’re right that’s a percolator.

  56. Jerkmenistan. Yemen. Brovakia, Brovenia, Brovatia, Bromalia…

    I’m just looking at Google Maps at this point.

  57. Did anyone mention Long Guyland? I mean, it’s already pronounced that way.

    No, it’s pronounced “Lawn-Guyland.” Now I miss my aunts.

  58. wandarox:
    I’m not a gay man, nor do I know much about gay culture, but there is plenty of misogyny and homophobia in gay male culture. It’s just a little less obnoxious.

    Yeah. In my experience, there also exist gay men whose opinion of women is pretty similar to the straight misogynist men, but with an extra layer of “and we don’t even need to pretend to like them to get laid!” and a dash of “but I’m gay! How could I be a misogynist?” It seems to me that the percentage is the same as the larger population of men, which is to say it’s nowhere near every dude but hardly unheard of.

  59. @2D Man & aworldanonymous

    Y’all are making Canada sound too tempting for these dudes. SOCIALIZED HEALTHCARE!! SOCIALIZED HEALTHCARE!!!… There, I believe our borders are safe again

    Also, the great province of Sechwang

  60. @Katz, you say Yemen, they Yeah, men!

  61. argh, overexcited typing, *they say* obv

  62. I’m first in with Manassas? Amusing to me because I always drive past and wonder Man Ass As…what? ManAssAs City?

  63. Consider, if you will, all the gay men who say “masculine men only” on their dating profiles, who hate on “twinks”, who stridently reply “That man is too gay”

    Wandarox, I think you might be confusing twinks with femme guys, it’s not really the same description at all. While I do agree there’s a lot of femmephobia, fatphobia, racism, transphobia and a lot of other crappy stuff in the gay male community (although not really any more than the general culture) I’ve never run across any twink hatred, the word just means a young slight boyish looking man and isn’t really referring to their gender presentation in my experience.

  64. @Sara: that happens a lot. Of course they’re terrified of evil women scheming against them and hating them and wanting tomkill them– they’re projecting.

  65. captainbathrobe

    “If you’re going to Man Francisco

    Be sure to wear some flowers in your hair.”

  66. captainbathrobe

    I’m sure they’d be listening to a lot of Manfred Mann.

  67. The majority of jobs there are provided by Mann Co.

  68. Unimaginative

    I’m sure we’ve talked about this before, but Lois McMaster Bujold wrote a book set partially on a planet colonized by misogynists, with the help of uterine replicators for reproductive purposes. It was a really well done book, I highly recommend it:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethan_of_Athos

    Also, apparently I get most of my impressions of gay men from fiction. I can’t imagine how I could possibly be wrong. Fortunately, Scott at billinexile.com (NSFW) is there to save me from my assumptions.

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