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A dude named Sizzletron shares his “honest opinions that are entirely merit-based, about women.” (Spoiler alert: They actually aren’t.)

This picture has nothing whatsoever to to with the post. I just like it.

This picture has nothing whatsoever to to with the post. I just like it.

It’s Friday. Why not welcome in the upcoming weekend with a picture of an anarchist cat and a completely unrelated,  completely unhinged manifesto from the MensRants subreddit, the Men’s Rights subreddit’s unruly younger brother.

In a post with the somewhat roundabout title “Just posting this publicly gives me an ulcer. But I won’t let it stop me,” an angry fella who calls himself sizzletron set forth his opinions about, well, a lot of things having to do with women. It’s a piece that’s pretty much impossible to summarize, since sizzletron apparently finds it difficult to keep the thread of an argument going from one sentence to the next.

Let’s dig in:

I think most women are very unfamiliar with being challenged to be better adults. I also think I have a lot of honest opinions that are entirely merit-based, about women.

We’re off to a good start with two sentences that have no logical connection to one another aside from the fact that their author is really, really mad at women.

I think that collectively most women, in the West especially, don’t have an understanding of ANY motivation that doesn’t support women blindly.

Uh, what? Motivation? I’m beginning to get the impression that sizzletron chooses a lot of his words by flipping through books and pointing at random selections.

For example, chivalry should dead and gone by now. I know it. Most guys who aren’t trying to get laid dishonestly know it. So why do women persist with claiming some sort of implicit right to it? Because it obviously benefits them to have men do shit for them, protect them (often from themselves, which would be hilarious were the net result so often fatal, or judicial, again for men), provide for them, admire them, pedestalize them. Feminism isn’t helping women. It’s putting baby in a very stupid, very un-respectable corner.

What does this even mean? How is chivalry the same as “putting baby in the corner.” Also, since when are feminists the ones promoting chivalry/

But sizzletron quickly moves on to a new topic: women’s intelligence.

Women are getting stupider by the day. Not hyperbole. Intelligence isn’t getting book smart. Intelligence is problem solving on your own without the agency of a mob apparatus.

What? What agency? What mob? What apparatus? WHAT IS GOING ON?

Ask me how much I actually respect the advances, societally, of a mob of hairshirts-for-men feminists? Not even a bit.

Wait, feminists are making men wear hairshirts? Even as a weird metaphorical accusation that makes no sense. People in certain religious traditions wore hairshirts as a way to show repentance; they didn’t force other people to wear them.

Now how many of those same organizations and feminists are alluded to lamely in a debate-by-the-numbers exercise that regularly passes for a discourse on gender relations?

Ok, I give up. I have no idea what the hell he’s even trying to say here.

You know what I do everyday?

Smoke weed? Read the “Ziggy” cartoon in the newspaper? Have a bowel movement?

I read the fashion mags my GF’s sister bequeaths us. My respect for women has absolutely PLUMMETED since I started doing so. Vacuous, vagina-centric, vapid, vicarious, venereal-in-waiting. All the ‘V’ words.

Uh, vicarious? “Venereal-in-waiting?” If you were going for something that was even vaguely coherent, you probably should have stopped with “vapid.”

But Mike, what about the good women, they aren’t all self-interested limelight addicts expecting money for nothing and sex for free. No, you’re very correct about that.

Ooh, a Dire Straits reference. It doesn’t actually make much sense, but way to show you’re up to the minute with what the cool kids are listening to these days.

But they aren’t calling out the chickenshit manipulations of the modern feminist message, either: You can be a strong respectable female AND a major victim when it bloody well suits you to do so. You can identify with abused women even if you’ve never been abused.

Yeah, I think that’s called “empathy.”

Blindly protect women without ever asking how much of the modern women’s plight is due to or contributed to by stupid women. Let’s start IQ testing all the victims of abuse and see what the median average is.

You’re going to blame the victims of domestic violence because you think they’re “stupid?” Really?

Really. Let’s do it! We’ll never know if I’m right until we do.

You’re an even bigger asshole than I thought. And I already thought you were a huge asshole.

Let’s start statistically plotting women’s propensity for violence, for ignorance, for mindless sorority.

Yeah, I’d love to see THAT chart.

Let’s start calling women out for being shallow appearance-concerned adults with a blind eye to the very pretense of such. No one really cares about your fucking furniture, or your sense of style.

Wait. Now you’re mad at women for having nice furniture?

No one of ANY value gives a shit about that stuff. Blowhards do. Frauds do. People who can’t DO, do.

Backing away now.

It is high time women grew the fucking pair they keep insisting they have, or STFU about it already. You’re starting to look like fools. I can’t ignore it any longer.

STFU about what? What is “it?”

And to all the white knights out there, stow it. <===This last line is for the benefit of my FB ‘friends’.

What a treat it must be to have Mike/Sizzletron here in your Facebook feed.

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Posted on February 21, 2014, in are these guys 12 years old?, block that metaphor, boner rage, chivalry, citation needed, crackpottery, creepy, evil women, excusing abuse, I'm totally being sarcastic, irony alert, kitties, mansplaining, men who should not ever be with women ever, misogyny, MRA, pedestalization, reddit, victim blaming and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 157 Comments.

  1. Thanks for the awesome welcome package, will get kitteh avi sorted as soon as possible.

    What a great community. I feel so much better about facing MRM bs when it rears its ugly head.

  2. Women who put extra effort into their appearance are shallow and vapid (and probably FEMINISTS), and have stupid interests that nobody cares about.
    Women who don’t put extra effort into their appearance are horrible and disgusting (and probably FEMINISTS), and are ridiculous to think they would ever be attractive to anyone.
    -__-

  3. barrakudah,
    Nailed it.
    I’ll add to that:

    Go out styled and glammed out, feeling polished and put together = must be trying to manipulate men. MISANDRY!

    Go out in casual sneakers and jeans, fresh faced and comfortable = Denying men their rightful eye candy + not being properly female. MISANDRY!

    Basically, existing while female (especially if you are doing something that makes you happy) = MISANDRY!

  4. @barrakuduh – Naah, women can put effort into their appearance or not as they choose, just like anybody else.
    But so-called “fashion mags” peddle the idea that the only way to care about your appearance is to follow their dictates,, buy the products they say are “cool” etc. which is why I (and other FEMINISTS) also tend to find them- the magazines and their content, not necessarily every person reading them- vapid.
    And this isn’t even touching on critiques some of the means of production employed by parts of the fashion industry using sweatshop labor, etc.
    I understand this is not what Sizzletron’s criticism was about, it was more about attacking women, or at least the stereotypes he holds of women in his mind.

  5. jennydevildoll – of course; barrakuduh’s point was about MRA attitudes, not about stupid fashion magazines. I doubt anyone here is unaware of the shit that goes into the fashion industry.

    leatapp – isn’t it nice to know that just being happy and never needing their approval gives MRAs a sad boner?

  6. Kittenserf,
    I’m not always a naturally sunny person. But sometimes, just knowing that if I can make daisies spring up in my footsteps it’ll make boners sad in MRA pants is enough to put a song in my heart.
    …and that song is most likely by Emilee Autumn.

  7. -Kittenserf – Oh, ok. I thought it was in response to my earlier comment on that point (where I capitalized “feminists”) and thought I maybe did a bad job explaining myself.

  8. I just find it amusing how MRAs, even in points where they would agree with feminists, make mental calisthenics to try and spin it into women being horrible and at fault.

  9. No, you were clear, jennydevildoll. :)

    leatapp – LOL at the idea of women dancing around with said daisies springing up (can I have bluebells? I like them better) and all the poooooor mennnzzzzzzzz just WILTING at the sight of it.

    I tend to alternate between a serious, at-rest face or what could probably best be called a smirk if I’m having a conversation with Mr K (our conversations tend to the silly). Sometimes I’ll laugh aloud at something he’s said. With any luck, that will drive away any MRAs in the vicinity.

  10. Leatapp! A fellow plague rat! *rat claws* ^.^

    Her book is on sale this weekend, half off, just an FYI.

  11. @ jennydevildoll:
    Oh, no, that wasn’t in response to you; you made good points. It was in response to people like Sizzletron, who complain no matter what women do. I just find it funny how people in the manosphere throw around “FEMINIST” like it’s some kind of insult or dirty word, hence the capitalization.

  12. RE: Ally

    OT, but check out this cis MRA accusing a trans man of being “insincere” in his article about how male privilege affects him

    Oh god I don’t dare. It’d just make me too mad. *has a… weird experience regarding gender, privilege, and passing*

  13. Speaking of what fashion mags do to you, has everyone else seen this music video? I can’t stop watching it.

  14. It was one weird comment, LBT, and zie got taken to pieces immediately.

  15. I think that collectively most women, in the West especially, don’t have an understanding of ANY motivation that doesn’t support women blindly.

    Really? Is that why those of who choose to be mothers care for our children? Oh, wait…I get it. We care for them so that when we get old the kids will care for us, just like people have always done, since the beginning of time…because we love each other. Bad women…bad mommies.
    And those who choose to be doctors, lawyers, artists, poets, etc. to take care of people, create beauty, protect peoples rights? Bad women…bad doctors, artists, etc.

    Ask me how much I actually respect the advances, societally, of a mob of hairshirts-for-men feminists? Not even a bit.

    Oh, sweetie…you can wear any kind of shirt you like. Diddums feel all better, now?

    I read the fashion mags my GF’s sister bequeaths us. My respect for women has absolutely PLUMMETED since I started doing so. Vacuous, vagina-centric, vapid, vicarious, venereal-in-waiting. All the ‘V’ words.

    I think your respect for, and knowledge of, women never got off the ground. You know, it is amazing that those of us of the female persuasion – we who are the stupid, the vapid, the vacuous – are attributed by you – the smart, the brave, the strong and wise – as having so much power that we have destroyed the world and all.

    What does that say about you, Mr. Man-Dude?

  16. Speaking of what fashion mags do to you, has everyone else seen this music video? I can’t stop watching it.

    katz, I could not stop watching it either. When I was a kid, my mother lived with a man who subscribed to Playboy magazine. I remember looking at the centerfolds and wondering whether or not they were real. I did not understand it at the time, but the women were airbrushed and made to look like some guys fantasy, not a real woman.

    It was not until early adulthood that I realized what a pack of lies so many men were telling! We are sluts and whores if we wear makeup, ugly dogs if we do not! And one of my old friends actually got her breasts enlarged because her hubby told her he would love her again if she did. You know…have kids and your body changes. She did, she hated them and got rid of both them and him. Good for her! Now she has a partner who loves her for herself – a lovely and kind man.

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