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>Women Are … Part 4: Retarded Children Edition

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See, they ARE children!

More insane misogyny from the “manosphere.” Part 4 in what could easily turn into a 10 billion part series.Today’s theme: Women are children. I’ve bolded the best — as in worst — bits.

Women are: Children who don’t deserve the right to vote.

Just as those who oppossed the female vote 100 years ago predicted, women will vote for what’s best for women as a group only, and the politicians that cater to them. Little else matters to them, especially men and children. Convincing them to give up any power at all, for the good of society as a whole, is absolutely fruitless. They won’t do it unless forced to through a period of civil instability or anarchy, which is exactly where the breakdown of the family and disenfranchisement of men has us headed towards. But don’t tell THEM that. They don’t want to hear it. They’re high-functioning children, and they vote.



Women are: Retarded children with guns

Some say that women are children.
I think that women are way below children.

Imagine a retarded child playing with a machine gun and you will have an accurate picture of women.

Pathetic, yes they are…

What a curse it must be to be born a woman..

Women are: Lying, cookie-stealing children

I think one of the absolute best things men can do with women is follow the advice of so many of those “misogynists” of old, and view women as children. … Of course, it is not actually that they are children. It is more likely that they do not develop the same sense of principle and justice to navigate the world, because society enables them not to have to. … They exist somewhere in between child and man. …

You can catch a woman dead to rights in a lie – like a child with cookie crumbs still stuck on the corner of her lips insisting she wasn’t in the cookie jar – it simply does not matter to them. They just create a new truth in their heads and carrying on as if nothing matters.

Women are: Children who need a time-out

Women are like children. They need clearly defined limits. They will test those limits continually, but they MUST know they are there, and that they are enforced.

Both children, and women, are happiest when there are clear limits and those limits are enforced.

A smart man will NEVER lower himself to child’s level, nor a woman’s.

Women are: Infants.

Some men in the men’s movement have accused feminist women of being children. This is inaccurate. They are one step behind children — they are still infants. … This grown-woman infant consciousness is so widespread that most of us don’t even comment on it any longer. We take it for granted that many women are going to act like infants. I suggest that it’s time for the men’s movement to address the fact that feminists are suffering from arrested development, that feminists are acting like infants. … It’s time that the men’s movement pointed out that infants are dependent, and must not be given positions of responsibility, such as a public office or a top management spot at a corporation. … Until women start acting like adults, until women are forced by our laws and customs to shoulder both responsibility and accountability like all other adults, they should have no right to even ask to be promoted to leadership positions.

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Marie
Marie
7 years ago

curses! foiled by the blockquote monster yet again!!

LBT
LBT
7 years ago

What a shock, Good said something that didn’t make me understand their first damn comment either.

Bugger off Good, the cactus misses you.

Good
Good
7 years ago

Fibinachi

I didn’t say that any of those things are bad.

pecunium
7 years ago

Good: I didn’t say that any of those things are bad.

Yes, yes you did. Concantation, you used it.

Comparative relation, you made it.

Context we has it.

Subtext, we read it.

Good
Good
7 years ago

Add that women love to sit on men’s laps, just like children. Women weighing 250 pounds still want to sit in your lap.

Any woman denying that women like to be physically picked up is in denial or, as is the case with so many modern women, too big to be picked up. Women like to hop on our backs, jump in our arms and be swept off your feet. Just like children.

And yes, female hypergamy is childlike. Women still have a strong tendency to want a man of higher status who can take care of her. Like a child.

Like children, women tend to think that money grows on trees.

Like children, women crave attention. Also:

http://www.webmd.com/mental-health/features/psychology-of-superstition?page=3

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/emma-gray/women-financial-independence-survey_b_3118267.html

kittehserf
7 years ago

Good, you do know you’re a fucking moron, don’t you?

pecunium
7 years ago

Good: still trying to tell us the comparison of women to children isn’t invidious?

Good luck with that.

LBT
LBT
7 years ago

Add that women love to sit on men’s laps, just like children. Women weighing 250 pounds still want to sit in your lap.

…what.

Any woman denying that women like to be physically picked up is in denial or, as is the case with so many modern women, too big to be picked up.

What.

Women like to hop on our backs, jump in our arms and be swept off your feet. Just like children.

WHAT.

And yes, female hypergamy is childlike. Women still have a strong tendency to want a man of higher status who can take care of her. Like a child.

…you are a strange entity. Did the moon unicorns send you? I can’t actually believe you believe the things you’re saying. It’s too absurd.

(Seriously, guys. I what to just give him to my kid sister Gigi and watch what she does with him.)

Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

LBT — I say do it. Maybe she can make 50 Shades of Bears chase him off!

CassandraSays
CassandraSays
7 years ago

Let the record show that I never, ever want to sit on Good’s lap. Also if he tries to pick me up I’m calling the cops.

Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

Thank you Cassandra, I needed an EA prompt!

http://youtu.be/mN2qeVN-dMs

Marie
Marie
7 years ago

@Good, the asshole

Dude, you can keep fucking that cactus about how women like to be picked up, but you’d be wrong.

Some do. I’m sure some do. I don’t. I don’t hate it, I just don’t like it. My stepmom doesn’t. I was lifting her up for a throw (in karate) and she hated being picked up. She said it makes her feel self conscious. But here I am, going with the actual opinions of women, instead of the crap in my head, so clearly I’m not thinking on your level here.

And yes, female hypergamy is childlike. Women still have a strong tendency to want a man of higher status who can take care of her. Like a child.

I don’t think kids want parents of ‘higher status’. Most of the kids I know actually like their parents. They don’t want any parents they want their mom(s) and/or their dad(s).

In summary, boring troll is boring and wrong.

Fade
7 years ago

Any woman denying that women like to be physically picked up is in denial or, as is the case with so many modern women, too big to be picked up.

Thank you for telling me what I think, O Wise Man! Earlier, I thought I would know what I like the best, seeing as how my thoughts go on in my head. But now I have seen the light, and realize that by virtue of your maleness, your brain is much superior than mine, so superior it can tell me what I think without knowing anything about me but my gender!

Marie
Marie
7 years ago

@fade

Careful, I don’t think this one knows sarcasm 😉

LBT
LBT
7 years ago

I find Good entertaining. Maybe they can be the new Antz.

Marie
Marie
7 years ago

@LBT

I find them mildly entertaining. It bet they’ll get old after a while though. Or a short time. Zie only has one shtick.

kittehserf
7 years ago

Hey goodfornothing, have you ever heard the word “universalising”? Women are not a single entity. We’re not some goddamn hivemind, let alone overgrown children. That you think (or pretend to think) we are says a whole lot about what a misogynistic ignoramus you are.

If you, or anyone other than my husband, tried to pick me up or make me sit on your lap, guess what? You’d probably want an ambulance, though I don’t know if they answer “knee in groin” or “finger in eye” calls.

hellkell
hellkell
7 years ago

I definitely think Good is an over-grown child. An attention seeking baby.

Fade
7 years ago

@Argenti

This is the EA song that sums up my feelings towards Goods trolling

LBT
LBT
7 years ago

I’m just having fun imagining Good trying to try this schtick on badass women of history. Can you imagine what Cleopatra would’ve done to him? Or Madame Curie?

Fade
7 years ago

@kittehserf

Hey goodfornothing, have you ever heard the word “universalising”? Women are not a single entity. We’re not some goddamn hivemind, let alone overgrown children. That you think (or pretend to think) we are says a whole lot about what a misogynistic ignoramus you are.

I think I discovered it.

Has anyone here ever read the Enders Game series? (I dont actually recommend it; it got boring). But they had the one queen who ruled aaaaalllll the buggers with her thoughts or something. It was a literal hivemind.

Anyway, my only theory is that MRAs somehow confused that for a documentary on the female gender.

If you, or anyone other than my husband, tried to pick me up or make me sit on your lap, guess what? You’d probably want an ambulance, though I don’t know if they answer “knee in groin” or “finger in eye” calls.

In terms of serious advice, Im gonna tell you what one of my karate teachers told me: kneeing to the groin doesnt always work. Basically, he was in a sparring match and was all like “Nice kick” to some dude that kicked him in the groin*. and then kept sparring. And like, 45 minutes later he was like “HOLY FUCKING SHIT THAT HURTS” except without so many swear words because this guy doesn’t swear. So it hurt a lot, and bugged him for the next couple days, but it didnt do what would be the desired affect in a self defense situation /imediately/

tho in sparring you arent really trying to hurt the other person, so… in a self defence situation, you might kick/knee in a different way.

TL;DR I like the eyeball suggestion better.

//////rambling

*groin kicks are legal in kumite.

CassandraSays
CassandraSays
7 years ago

Given that the MRM is basically an attempt by a few men to force society to organize itself around their hurt feelings there’s something especially comical about the way Good is trying to frame things.

Weak trolling, 2/10. Must try harder.

grumpycatisagirl
7 years ago

I say “please don’t” physically pick me up and the response is that I’m in denial about what I actually want. Well, that’s an evolved and totally not creepy attitude.

LBT
LBT
7 years ago

Also, if women are children, then children must be really fucking smart, seeing as women were involved in, you know, researching DNA, creating the roots of computer programming, going to space, fighting for the vote…

kittehserf
7 years ago

Fade – yeah, I”d probably do the eye jab, but the idea of kneeing an assailant in the centre of his universe really appeals.

Falconer
7 years ago

Loving stuffed animals? Women were not responsible for Teddy Babes, may I remind you.

NO YOU MAY NOT

LA LA LA LA LA EVERYTHING IS ROSES AND KITTENS AND UNICORNS AND NOTHING IS PLUSH FUCKDOLLS LA LA LA LA LA

Falconer
7 years ago

Has anyone here ever read the Enders Game series? (I dont actually recommend it; it got boring).

I kind of lost interest after he got to be 3 and started murderizing people.

He killed someone at 3. Greatest. Tactician. Ever.

Fade
7 years ago

Wait, ender killed someone wen he was three? I thought it waited until he was six.

/I have not read that book ever since I found out orson scott card was a bag of shit, tho, so my memory may be off.

Falconer
7 years ago

Huh, Wikipedia doesn’t say how old he was, just that he was in school, so I’d say you’re probably right that he was six, or close to.

You can see how much of an impression it made on me.

Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

Falconer — whatever do you need unicorns for? Toys for the wee ones perhaps? You have your own personal brain bleach!

Fade — excellent choice 🙂

katz
7 years ago

I’ve never dug the Ender books, but they’re an interesting case where they have strong fans and strong detractors who are both totally aware of the series’ strong and weak points–whether you like them or not is entirely dependent on which aspects you value most.

Good
Good
7 years ago

I don’t think kids want parents of ‘higher status’. Most of the kids I know actually like their parents. They don’t want any parents they want their mom(s) and/or their dad(s).

You guys are simple. Kids look up to their parents, idolize them, depend on them, look to them for reassurance, protection, guidance, etc. etc. When a woman looks to a man in similar fashion, she is playing a childlike roll to him. Nobody said anything about children wanting to replace their parents.

katz
7 years ago

GAAAAH STOP NECROING

LBT
LBT
7 years ago

RE: Good

You guys are simple.

Pot, kettle, black. And you and I know very different children and women.

thebionicmommy
thebionicmommy
7 years ago

Kids look up to their parents, idolize them, depend on them, look to them for reassurance, protection, guidance, etc. etc.

Okay, that’s true. I’ll give you that.

When a woman looks to a man in similar fashion, she is playing a childlike roll to him.

It’s okay for adults of any gender to seek reassurance, protection, and guidance from the people they love. That’s what love is about.

I don’t know about the idolizing part. That sounds more like infatuation, but that’s not a bad thing unless the person they idolize takes advantage of them.

cloudiah
7 years ago

That childlike roll… Is it by any chance a cinnamon roll?

katz
7 years ago

In fact, idolizing your parents isn’t a very good idea, either. Kids can develop very unhealthy relationships that way.

Fibinachi
Fibinachi
7 years ago

Well, that, and it’s kind of tautological to say that “When women look to their men in the same way a child does its parents, she is acting in a childlike role”.

uh, yeah. That’s… That’s kind of assumed in the first part of the sentence.

LBT
LBT
7 years ago

RE: thebionicmommy

Okay, that’s true. I’ll give you that.

It IS? *flabbergasted* I guess when I was little, I did… but that was the stupidest thing I could possibly have done!

thebionicmommy
thebionicmommy
7 years ago

@LBT,

That’s sad. I wish all parents could be worthy of the admiration of their children, and could be a source of guidance and reassurance. I don’t know the right thing to say except I offer Jedi hugs.

LBT
LBT
7 years ago

It’s okay, bionicmommy. I guess it’s still startling to realize that my upbringing may have been unorthodox.

titianblue
titianblue
7 years ago

Somebody please explain to Good that saying the same thing over and over again doesn’t make it true. And that noone beyond kindergarten has won an argument by repeating the same thing again and again with no supporting data. He’s giving me a headache.

titianblue
titianblue
7 years ago

He is also demonstrating beyond reasonable doubt that he doesn’t actually know any women.

Good
Good
7 years ago

It’s okay for adults of any gender to seek reassurance, protection, and guidance from the people they love. That’s what love is about.

Yet women find men who seek such things as unattractive.

http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/story?id=1754631

http://www.drglover.com/blog/x_post/feeling-needy-around-women-00025.html

titianblue
titianblue
7 years ago

Yet women find me unattractive

FTFY

cloudiah
7 years ago

You heard it here, folks. Good Morning America and some random dude’s blog are SCIENCE.

LBT
LBT
7 years ago

RE: Good

You act like that’s FEMINISM’s fault. Also, research fail.

Does anyone else get the idea that Good is in high school? Seriously. (No offense to the Boobzers in high school here. I just get the sense that Good is very, very young, and not the most sterling example of your demographic.)

katz
7 years ago

Good, do you actually think that an ABC news article is going to make us go “Oh, oops, I thought I liked one type of guy, but a dude professor who provides no studies to back up his claims says I must like another type of guy, so I guess I’m wrong?”

katz
7 years ago

At least he hasn’t linked to any Cracked articles yet.

thebionicmommy
thebionicmommy
7 years ago

That first link is not a scientific study. It’s just a pop culture fluff piece. It said

Mansfield suggests that women really want men who embrace their manliness, someone who can provide and care for the family, rather than a person who is more sensitive.

Those two things aren’t mutually exclusive. A man can be sensitive and and provide for his family. And a woman can provide for her family too. So while some straight women may not find sensitive men attractive, a lot of them do. Women have all sorts of preferences.

And the second link is just a mess of sexist stereotypes. He said

The “feminine” seeks external validation. The feminine craves approval.
The “masculine” is self-validating by through action. That is why women are generally turned on by men who “do,” not men who seek their approval.

Men take action, and women meekly sit in the background trying to please men!