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>”I have come to view women as elegant machines”

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When pick-up guru Roissy isn’t going on about herpes and hypergamy, and demonstrating his utter ignorance of both subjects, he’s apparently helping to rid the world of misogyny. At least according to one of his readers. a guy names Marcus, who offered his take on Roissy’s teachings on “Game” in a comment that Roissy highlighted as one of his favorite “comments of the month” for December. Here’s Marcus:

It sounds strange, but this blog has made me less of a misogynist. I have come to view women as elegant machines — machines for using, to be sure — that mostly do a damned good job of doing what they were designed to do. As I get more comfortable and consistent at either aggressively torquing their levers or gently greasing their gears at just the right moments, my appreciation only deepens.

All this talk of talk of torque and gears and levers reminds me a little of one of my favorite songs by T. Rex, Jeepster, in which Marc Bolan offers a strangely similar, er, appreciation of women:

Just like a car you’re pleasing to behold
I’ll call you Jaguar if I may be so bold
‘Cos you’re my baby, ‘cos you’re my love
Oh girl I’m just a Jeepster for your love – oh

Now why is it that Marc Bolan could get away with comparing a woman to a luxury car without sounding like a complete douchenozzle? Well, for one thing, he’s fucking MARC BOLAN, and his lyrics are always completely fucking insane. For another, he also compared himself to a car, specifically the Willys-Overland Jeepster. And, third, because he did it in one of the sleaziest, catchiest glam rock songs ever.

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9 years ago

>Well then I guess you're admitting you're a bigot, Nick, because you're espousing one ideology without attempting to understand or acknowledge "the other side of the story"!

nicko81m
9 years ago

>David"While both men and women commit DV, women are far more likely to be seriously injured by DV than men are."That may be the case. But men get seriously hurt to.That said, why should female victims be more important than male victims? Why should that be more so in the spot light than men who get the worse out of the situation?A victim is simply a victim regardless of gender. They are human beings to. I never see feminists making a big fuss over that as they do towards women. But wait, isn't feminism about gender equality? That's what makes the feminist stance so friggin ridiculous.jupiter9"This doesn't seem to jibe with the claim that women who have sex joyfully are "shopworn."Where did I ever say that women are shopworn? Please point it outM"Well then I guess you're admitting you're a bigot, Nick, because you're espousing one ideology without attempting to understand or acknowledge "the other side of the story"!"How does this make sense? I acknowledge the feminist stance. It practically tells that women come first and men come second. I know very much that there is the other side to the story. But you see, feminism and political correctness seems to favour one side of the story compared to the other. That doesn’t make me a bigot to point out this obvious bigotry towards men.If a woman does worse damage than a male out of self defence, it’s likely to be validated. However, if a man does worse damage than a woman out of self defence, it’s deemed as totally evil. Complaining about bigotry against men doesn’t make me a bigot.

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M
9 years ago

>Nick, nothing you've posted about feminism on this site has had shit to do with feminism. Your "feminism" is invented misandrist boogeyman.

nicko81m
9 years ago

>MI pity your reading comprehension and/or acknowledgment.

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M
9 years ago

>Hahaha condescension about my reading comprehension from someone who elsewhere is demanding the evidence and case histories that make up a *state penal code*.

Yohan
9 years ago

> David: While both men and women commit DV, women are far more likely to be seriously injured by DV than men are. Not so sure, if this is true – for sure not always…..There are various studies about this subject, and this is one of it.http://pn.psychiatryonline.org/content/42/15/31.2.fullAmerican Psychiatric AssociationRegarding perpetration of violence, more women than men (25 percent versus 11 percent) were responsible. In fact, 71 percent of the instigators in nonreciprocal partner violence were women. As for physical injury due to intimate partner violence, it was more likely to occur when the violence was reciprocal than nonreciprocal. And while injury was more likely when violence was perpetrated by men, in relationships with reciprocal violence it was the men who were injured more often (25 percent of the time) than were women (20 percent of the time).

jupiter9
9 years ago

>"jupiter9"This doesn't seem to jibe with the claim that women who have sex joyfully are "shopworn."Where did I ever say that women are shopworn? Please point it out"Where did I ever say you said that? Please point it out.What you said and what another MRA/PUA type said are in conflict. Which is the "true" MRA/PUA position on women who enjoy sex and therefore have as much of it as possible?