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Return of the Sexy Robot Ladies, Part Two: Electric Boogaloo

Our glorious future

The sexy robot ladies are back! Not so much in real life, where they are still more scary than sexy, but in the fervid imagination of dudes who hate real ladies. Like Eric here, on The Spearhead:

When I first came to the MRM, there was a story in the news about a Japanese robotics engineer who had made a female android. It really wasn’t much more than a fairly realistic-looking doll; although there was quite a bit of discussion at the time for the potential to improve on the design. The main thing was that it’s invention caused a fury from the feminists. Even at that early stage in my MRA days, I could see the reason: for the first time women were looking the very real possibility that they could become expendable.

Well, “expendable” only if you view women as little more than support systems for their vaginas.

Personally, I’m more into foreign girls than virtual sex. But the same principle applies: as long as there are alternatives to feminists, the feminists are expendable. They don’t have the power to convert every woman on the planet; and even if they could they can’t stop men from building robots.

Please, build those robots, and lock yourselves away with them forever, and leave the rest of us alone.

Elsewhere in the same thread on The Spearhead we get some examples of why it’s a problem when Men Who Really Should Be Going Their Own way … don’t. A fellow calling himself Rmaxd apparently suggested that men who feel themselves to have been mistreated by the courts should: “Lynch a judge as you would any traitor or dictator.”

His comment was deleted, and heavily criticized — apparently for not being circumspect enough in his threatening language. After all, our dear friend JeremiahMRA got mostly upvotes on The Spearhead for a similarly threatening remark just the other day. And elsewhere in the very same thread as Rmaxd’s now-deleted comment we find a fellow called freebird suggesting that men who have allegedly suffered because of women should

share this pain with those inflicting it.
cue up “blood on the plow”

Meanwhile, again in the same thread, a commenter called walking in hell brings up the example of Thomas Ball, the MRA who self-immolated on the steps of a Keene, New Hampshire courthouse a year ago in hopes that his dramatic death would inspire other men to (quite literally) burn down police stations and courthouses using Molotov cocktails. (You can read Ball’s manifesto, complete with its call for MRA terrorism though without the specific instructions on how to make effective Molotov cocktails, on A Voice for Men, in its “activism” section; search the page for “burn” to go directly to his advocacy of terrorism.) Walking in hell also thinks family court judges should be “punished” for their alleged “crimes,” by which he means denying some fathers visitation.

[R]esponsibility for such heinous crimes against children can behold an individual to a special kind of punishment.

We see the nervous squirming by judges in the Australia case marked by the judge issuing an apology. We also see nervous squirming in the UK with the evildoers trying to issue fake political gestures to angry people.

The evildoers must smell something besides fire and brimstone. The sooner they get to the fire and brimstone, the better off children and fathers will be.

Apparently this vaguely threatening language was vague enough to pass muster on The Spearhead; this comment got more than a dozen upvotes.

The sooner you fuckers build those sexbots you like to talk about so much, the better for all of us.

 

 

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Viscaria
Viscaria
8 years ago

I was talking to my friend about my (now… largely abandoned… (??)) goal of becoming a psychologist. He told me another friend of his had been heading down the same path, but had abandoned it because “it was so frustrating.” I agreed that there were many frustrating parts of the job, and that it would be really hard not to take your work home with you. “Yeah, well,” friend told me, “he’s frustrated because you know exactly what your client should do, but you’re not allowed to just, like, tell them to do it. You have to couch it in all this pretty language and shit. Seems like a waste of time, he said.”

Of course this is all second-hand, but if it’s a decent reflection of that guy’s actual beliefs, I’m really glad he chose an alternate career path.

Viscaria
Viscaria
8 years ago

On a related note, I just got out of a session with my therapist. We talked about what’s going on in my life, what’s important to me right now, the ways I can take my health into my own hands. There was compassion, not judgment, because while some respond well to “tough love” I respond best to support and understanding. It’s almost like it was about my needs and goals, not about her turning me into the “right kind” of person so that she doesn’t have to be grossed out by my icky irrational mood disorder anymore.

Thylacine60
Thylacine60
4 years ago

The sooner they get to the fire and brimstone, the better off children and fathers will be.

Because everyone knows a violent man makes a great father.

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