MGTOWer: “The mask of c*ntdom has fallen off and shattered upon the cold, unforgiving stone floor of reality.”

Jees, lady! You ever heard of conditioner?

Jeez, lady! You ever heard of conditioner?

Is there something about being a completely ass-backwards reactionary that inclines one to pomposity and metaphorical overkill? There must be.

The latest bit of evidence I’ve found for this hypothesis comes from MGTOWforums, where the fellas are discussing some article lamenting the impending collapse of the economy, or civilization, or something. (I don’t know, exactly; I didn’t read it.)  Anyway, one of the commenters, a dude called DruidV, is pissed off that the article doesn’t take aim at what he sees as the true villains: Single moms.

So he writes … this:

Anything to avoid laying the blame for this whole mess right where it belongs:

Squarely at the feet of single mothers and the rapidly starving system that coddles and enables them with the blood and treasure of innocent Men and boys.

It doesn’t really matter how many boiler plate, self-indulgent, tradcon glue sniffing sessions these “writers” like this “put to paper”, for the mask of single motherhood and cuntdom in general has at last fallen completely off and shattered upon the cold, unforgiving stone floor of reality. Now revealed, the horrid, snake haired visage hidden for so long underneath has irrevocably turned many of us Men and boys to stone.

Take it away, Jeff!

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Posted on October 24, 2013, in a woman is always to blame, block that metaphor, evil sexy ladies, evil single moms, imaginary oppression, men who should not ever be with women ever, MGTOW, misogyny, playing the victim, the c-word and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 118 Comments.

  1. thebewilderness

    MGTOW are blaming SMGTOW (Single Mothers Going Their Own Way) for destroying life the universe and everything?
    Of course they are.

  2. thebewilderness

    Entropy, eh?

  3. @katz I know many a useless thing.

    BTW, I have a weird confession; I was lurking on your blog, and really liked one of your kitty pictures, so I saved it and made it into an obnoxious wallpaper…

  4. Heh, I read “wallpaper” and immediately started thinking of lileks. Just make sure you use the kitty kitty kitty pattern on the carpet, curtains, bedspread, upholstery, lampshades and soft furnishings as well, for that unity of design!

  5. One day I will learn how to print things on fabric, and it will be kitty pillows for everyone!

  6. Oh my god.

    If I had fabric like that, I could make dresses and shirts.

    :O

  7. Oh my goodness, a mewing-Violet wallpaper!

  8. … I’m really tempted to find a pic of an all-white room and borrow your kitty wallpaper to superimpose on All The Things.

  9. It was too cute, I had to Katz… I could just hear that little mew!

    Kitteh, that would be sort of amazing.

  10. *sniffs*
    Seemed appropriate:

  11. @alice

    And then, after they were turned into stone, Medusa came out of the building and said “Women and men of the world, I hath got rid of all of the assholes, for now they are all stone!”

    And the world cheered, and life went on in the happily ever after. The end.

    *nod*

    New feminist role model: Medusa?

    @melody

    I must remember to write a letter to the IRS telling them to stop asking me for taxes because apparently as a woman I am not suppose to pay them. I didn’t realize this loophole till now, but I will take advantage of it from now on.

    I must alert my mother of this loophole.

    @athywren

    Why are feminists compared with nazis?
    Hitler hated feminists.

    Because comparing someone to the most widely and consistently reviled group in modern history is easier than finding a criticism that withstands basic scrutiny.

    QFT

  12. I must remember to write a letter to the IRS telling them to stop asking me for taxes because apparently as a woman I am not suppose to pay them. I didn’t realize this loophole till now, but I will take advantage of it from now on.

    Remember to sign your name in purple ink surrounded with tildes and asterisks, ~*~like so~*~, to establish your position as a sovereign wymyn.

  13. Marie – Maybe? Medusa, according to Greek mythos, was punished because she was being slutty with Poseidon in Athena’s temple. Poseidon, I think, got off free (somewhat).

  14. @alice

    Marie – Maybe? Medusa, according to Greek mythos, was punished because she was being slutty with Poseidon in Athena’s temple. Poseidon, I think, got off free (somewhat).

    (tw: rape?) Supposedly, it wasn’t always a punishment. And I was mostly snarking about the ‘turning assholes to stone’ bit I quoted :/

  15. Marie – Oh, that’s pretty cool, didn’t know that.

    Sorry, brain is fried. Damn testing.

  16. @Alice

    You don’t have anything to apologize for, I should have been more clear about my snark :)

  17. Are there any sources on that version of the story? It sounds overly pat to me.

  18. @katz

    pat? And I don’t know about the sources, that’s why I said supposedly :/

  19. Like the bit about women’s shelters in ancient Greece? Was there such a thing? I’ve never heard of it and it doesn’t really seem in keeping with the general themes of Greek culture. Anyway Medusa’s head was a very common symbol on all kinds of buildings because it was apotropaic, and while apotropaic symbols are powerful, they are definitely not “empowering” in the modern sense of the word.

    I just get a feeling that she wanted to construct a dichotomy of egalitarian Greece vs. patriarchal Rome and is trying to shoehorn everything into that narrative.

  20. Got to agree there, katz – women’s shelters in Greece?

  21. oh FSM that kitty wallpaper and the room covered in it… i can’t breath

  22. (Marie, I hope it doesn’t feel like I’m jumping on you and your link; it’s a neat idea and it would be cool if it’s true.)

  23. @katz

    Doesn’t feel like your jumping on me too much :P But I’ve already done my 2 cents of not knowing if it’s true, so I can’t really respond with much more. Um, idk. Does that make any sense?

  24. Beautiful Kitteh!

  25. Thank ‘ee, thank ‘ee!

    ::gives cloudiah air pump::

  26. http://www.english.illinois.edu/maps/poets/a_f/bogan/medusamyth.htm

    Sorta touches on it, first paragraph under “THE DISCONCERTING STRANGENESS OF THE FEMININE”

    That women would wear it to ward of men, and was thus empowering in a sense, well that makes actual sense.

  27. Buttercup Q. Skullpants

    Reality has stone floors?

    Does it also have European appliances and corian countertops?

    Is it located at the corner of Bombastic Boulevard and Pretentious Lane?

  28. Hmm… woman separates herself from the men of her society and defends herself when they come near. (I don’t recall reading about her having any victims outside of her lair?) Is dubbed a monster for a) not being pretty and b) being successful in her own defence. Is murdered for daring to stand against patriarchal norms of beauty and submissiveness.
    There’s certainly a message there.

  29. Hm, didn’t Ancient Greek not even have a word for rape? I was pretty sure I’ve read that somewhere but I’m not entirely sure…

  30. “Hm, didn’t Ancient Greek not even have a word for rape? I was pretty sure I’ve read that somewhere but I’m not entirely sure…”

    hey something I know!
    There are a couple of words for rape in Koine/Hellenistic Greek, though they’re fairly euphemistic and only really refer to women as possible victims.
    αρπαγη (I can’t figure out how to get the necessary accents on the Greek letters on my phone), “arpage” means abduction and implies “of a woman”, and αγωγη, or “agoge” means, among other things, “[poor] treatment [of a woman]“.
    so… yeah! there are words for rape in Ancient Greek, though they do reflect a narrow view of what rape is.

  31. TIL. Thanks kittysnide.

  32. Kittysnide – wasn’t ‘agoge’ also what the Spartans called their supremely bent educational regimen for boys? The system of separation from biological family and training in endurance and general Spartan-ness until the age of majority is what I mean. I did not know the word was also used for rape, which is not as surprising as it is disturbing.

  33. Robert, maybe? I know “agoge” is also sometimes translated as “education” instead of “treatment”. I don’t know if it has the same negative connotations as it does when it’s translated as “treatment”. And maybe there’s different usage outside of Koine Greek, which is the Greek that I study. There’s plenty of overlap between Koine and Classical Greek, but some interesting differences as well.

  34. MGTOWers are good men. They simply believe in equal treatment for everyone and that women should accept responsibility for any choices said women should make. In other words, I think MGTOWers believe it’s not fair that men are always called upon to bail out irresponsible women. MGTOW is the male version of feminism – it’s about respect, liberation and empowerment. It’s really odd to me that your site would give a two hoots about MGTOW. These men are happy. Are you unhappy because there are men out there who ARE happy?

  35. LOL no it isn’t. They’re anything but happy – have you actually read any of their rantings about how terrible and scary women are, or are you just being a contrarian troll, or are you one of them?

    MGTOW is little boys standing on the porch screaming “I’m running away from home, Mommy! I really am! You’ll be SORRY!”

    Except MGTOW never fuckingwell do leave. Everyone would be much happier if they did.

  36. Women are already held responsible for our actions and choices. We’re also held responsible for things we might do, things we haven’t ever done, and things that men have done “on our behalf” (without asking if we wanted them to do those things). When men constrain our choices, we’re still held responsible for the choices we make within those constraints.

    What world do you live in where women act without consequences?

  37. Or as an old English ballad put it, “the world turned upside down.”

  38. “Are you unhappy because there are men out there who ARE happy?”

    Playing psych are we?

  39. MGTOW is the male version of feminism – it’s about respect, liberation and empowerment.

    LOL

    ok whatever

  40. “Are you unhappy because there are men out there who ARE happy?”

    Playing psych are we?

    The really funny thing about that comment was that it’s the MRAs and MGTOW and PUAs who frothrage or just whine because women don’t need them, and live perfectly happy lives without being owned by men.

  41. Incoherent ranting about single mothers, c*ntdom, and masks. Truly the sign of a good, happy, liberated and equality-minded man.

  42. Obviously someone who has not read whossisname from Oregon.

  43. Oh, him! :D Yeah, Mr Happy and Well Balanced, that one.

    If by “balanced” one means “has a chip on each shoulder,” of course.

  44. A better shoulder chip.

    (Lol, my brother gave my mother walnut shoulders earlier, and then tried putting his shells on my head. His balancing skills need work, even with a jagged edge and my waist length hair being tied back they slid right off)

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