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Do Misogynists Dream of Electric Sex Ladies?

Truly offal.
Truly offal.

Do Misogynists Dream of Electric Sex Ladies? Well, yes. Yes, they do. This terrible, terrible comic provides yet more evidence of this, as if we needed any. Click on it for a larger version.

I’ve lightly censored the comic, but yes, the covered-up letters in “bioc**t” are indeed the letters you think they are.

H/T — r/thebluepill. I’m not sure where the original cartoon is from.

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Laura Shortridge (@DiscordianKitty)

Please, someone give the MRA sexbots so that they can take themselves out of society and the gene pool already.

maghavan
maghavan
6 years ago

The only thing that comic needs is a final panel of a mic-drop.

Demosthenes, you have been eclipsed.

valarmorghulis
valarmorghulis
6 years ago

What the hay is “neglect rape?”

Shaenon
6 years ago

Oh my gosh, Davecat! I saw him in a documentary about RealDoll owners about ten years ago, and I was just wondering what had become of him. He was the youngest guy they talked to, and at the time I thought he might eventually get bored with his elaborate imaginary relationship and start seeing humans.

And he is getting bored… so he’s opening up the marriage to include a second doll. Hell, if it makes him happy, go for it, dude.

Shaenon
6 years ago

I’ve never, ever seen a woman say anything remotely like “neglect-rape,” but other posts on this site are currently full of MRA guys insisting that women ignoring them is not only as bad as rape, but worse.

fruitloopsie
fruitloopsie
6 years ago

Swales
I feel a little uncomfortable about that comic because I know that Chester is a machine but isn’t she technically having an affair with him?

Shaenon
I think this is how they feel when they hear women say “I don’t need a man” or is just not paying attention to them they project their feelings onto the woman in the comic. They switched roles so they really are projecting.

seraph4377
6 years ago

@ fruitloopsie – Chester is a more than just a machine, he’s a steampunk A.I. And since our heroine’s husband actually built him as a sexbot for her, I don’t think it really counts as cheating.

Of course, by this point in the strip, they’ve got a five-member polyamorous bisexual thing going on, so questions of who’s having an affair with who are kinda complicated.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
6 years ago

@ Shaenon

“guys insisting that women ignoring them is not only as bad as rape, but worse.”

Ah, so the context is meant to be that the woman is ‘neglect raping’ the man. I thought the slur was that the woman was making the accusation that the man ignoring *her* was rape.

Having said that, isn’t rape something you do rather than just say; or does the cartoonist think sex offending works on the same principle as kids shouting “bang bang, you’re dead”.

These MRA types are sooooo confusing. I mean, I’m not a big fan of racists, but at least they make their abuse comprehensible.

KSRay
KSRay
6 years ago

Ah, so the context is meant to be that the woman is ‘neglect raping’ the man. I thought the slur was that the woman was making the accusation that the man ignoring *her* was rape.

Maybe he’s trying to project his projection onto her. Or, something. I got confused.

ikanreed
ikanreed
6 years ago

@Alan Robertshaw

or does the cartoonist think sex offending works on the same principle as kids shouting “bang bang, you’re dead”.

Considering how terrified they are of “false accusations of rape” that are simply not born out by any serious study, I’d say that’s true.

They really do think women just say “I was raped” and a man’s life is ruined. They’re idiots.

zoon echon logon
zoon echon logon
6 years ago

Patriarchal men tend to define their self-worth in terms of women needing them–either as a traditional provider or as a Lothario notch count. Thus, they take it as a personal attack when women say they don’t need men. MGTOWs project this onto women.

Spindrift
Spindrift
6 years ago

@fruitloopsie “I feel a little uncomfortable about that comic because I know that Chester is a machine but isn’t she technically having an affair with him?”

(Spoilers)
Now that I think about it, Chester’s story is similar to that music video for “automatic man” that I posted earlier in the thread. Automatic man is also created by a man to romance a woman, and then his creator gets jealous and attacks him.

Now I’m wondering if that video played a part in inspiring that comic.

Robert
Robert
6 years ago

I think you’re right, Zoon. When a woman says she doesn’t need a man, they hear “I don’t need YOU” and they fly into a bright green panic.

When such a man says he doesn’t need a woman, he expects her to do the same.

Do they not know any people who are living their lives without all that horse exhaust? I am so grateful to have ordinary problems.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
6 years ago

@ Robert

Interesting what you say there. A mate of mine’s wife left him. But for a woman.

Obviously he was upset a bit about the breakup of the relationship but he said it didn’t hurt like it would have done if it had been for another man. Sort of ‘well, nothing you could have done about that mate’ syndrome. He’s still really good friends with her, and indeed her now partner.

suffrajitsu
suffrajitsu
6 years ago

fruitloopsie
fruitloopsie
6 years ago

ikanreed

“Considering how terrified they are of “false accusations of rape” that are simply not born out by any serious study, I’d say that’s true.

They really do think women just say “I was raped” and a man’s life is ruined. They’re idiots.”

But they will say they have been “raped” if the woman doesn’t have sex with after they their date or they been taken to court by their wives. They are idiots and hypocrites.

Monopole
Monopole
6 years ago

@sffrajitsu
Old Skool

[blockquote]
Then one night I was holding her tight
And burning with desire

There I reached behind
To touch her back
And discovered there were wires

When we get down her eyes lit up
I thought it was a love reaction

It was always weird to hear three beeps
At the height of my satisfaction

I kept thinking about those wires hanging out
But I was hoping I was wrong

So I called her up and I took her out
And I asked her to explain

And when she showed me her microchip
I thought I was insane

But then I saw
A teardrop fall from the corner of her eye

And then I knew her love was true
Because sex machines don’t cry

[/blockquote]

sunnysombrera
6 years ago

@zoon
It’s like how in South Africa some of the men there literally feel emasculated and offended that lesbians exist. :/ I’m not exaggerating.

Paradoxical Intention
6 years ago

Alan Robertshaw | March 31, 2015 at 9:19 am
Isn’t there some concept of “Schrodinger’s Arsehole”? That is to say, someone for whom whether a statement is serious or a joke depends on the observer’s reaction.

The term is Schrödinger’s Douchebag. Though, while it only covers the “I was just joking!” response, I tend to use it for the “It’s satire!” response as well.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
6 years ago

He, I like to think I’ve put a British spin on the term. 🙂

suffrajitsu
suffrajitsu
6 years ago

@sunnysombrera: I’m not surprised by that. According to Wikipedia, “corrective rape” of lesbians is a huge problem there 🙁

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/258446.stm

Article’s from 1999, but still…1 in 3 women raped IN A YEAR in Johannesburg, and 1 in 4 schoolboys in a survey said gang raping was fun. (I’m inclined to believe at least some of them were putting on a show of machismo, partly because most teenage boys in cultures that link sexual conquests to masculinity will exaggerate their sexual experiences for bragging rights and partly because I don’t want to completely succumb to despair, but even if they’re all just boasting it still shows how cultural views of rape are like there.)

GrumpyOldMangina
6 years ago

Davecat was extensive interviewed in an Atlatic Monthly article about 18 months ago.

http://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2013/09/married-to-a-doll-why-one-man-advocates-synthetic-love/279361/

I’m still quite attracted to organic women, at least visually. But just because someone’s attractive doesn’t mean they have a mindset or a personality that’s compatible with my own. I figure that instead of chasing after an ideal person who either doesn’t exist in the first place, or is already with someone else, why not buy a Doll? I don’t gamble, and I’m not keen on taking emotional chances. We’ve all seen relationships where things start out fantastically, and then just end up falling apart. A friend of mine just got divorced after 17 years of marriage. That’s an enormous investment of time, money, and emotion, and I’m not interested in having someone in my life who may bail at any time, or who transforms into someone unpleasant. Ultimately, getting romantically involved with an organic woman doesn’t seem worth it to me.

What I found interesting about this guy is that — unlike the guy in the cartoon — there doesn’t seem to be much anger toward women or much feeling that women are denying him something he’s entitled to. He just seems to have a very extreme averseness to risk. We all know that relationships don’t always work out forever; he’s not gonna take the chance. He’s a real MGTOW who doesn’t sound much like the majority of MGTOWs.

suffrajitsu
suffrajitsu
6 years ago

Zolnier
Zolnier
6 years ago

What’s to stop the Strawoman in this comic from constructing her own equally weird man bot anyway?

FatMax
FatMax
6 years ago

Ha, Zolnier!

Actually the words in the last panel of the comic are wrong. It should read:
HER
“And what, I’m supposed to get on my knees and beg for your tiny penis because all you want in life is to jerk off into a tin can for the rest of your life?! Because you hate the world, yourself and your mommy worst of all?
“Well, have fun! Just go your own way as long as it’s away.
“And you know what, you pathetic misogynist? You can’t handle a real woman! And don’t try, because misogynists don’t deserve me!”
SEXBOT
“I love you master”
HIM
“Sexbot, I hate you now and I don’t know why. Shut up or I’ll get mad or something, you bald whore.”
And they all live happily ever after. Except Sexbot, who conveniently (and mercifully) was not given emotions by her maker.

PS Thanks for the Jimi, suffrajitsu 🙂

Fred_the_Dog
6 years ago

Now Zolnier, you KNOW women can’t science, right? That’s what they keep telling us anyway. *goes off whistling to job involving actual science*

Vix
Vix
6 years ago

I edited the comic to make it . . . mmmmore realistic (couldn’t think of a better title, so I left it as is).
http://imageshack.com/a/img540/1456/ZEaaO7.png

M.
M.
6 years ago

Now I’m imagining some senior fellow at an archaeological program turning beet red and hastily muttering something about “obvious ceremonial significance” before rapidly moving on.

You joke, but that’s literally what happens. Stone-age dildos have probably been known for as long as stone-age arrow heads, but it’s only recently that (male) archaeologists have been accepting them as dildos instead of “Ceremonial items” or “Fertility idols” or blah-de-blah FEMALE ORGASM DON’T REAL.

(Sorry if this has been said already. Huge thread!)

M.
M.
6 years ago

@Vix

… LOL. Love it.

marinerachel
marinerachel
6 years ago

I LOVE IT.

guest
guest
6 years ago

OT @Alan Robertshaw–I am in Manchester today, and a few minutes ago was introduced to a young man wearing a waistcoat and pocket watch with the explanation, ‘he’s from Yorkshire.’

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
6 years ago

@ guest

Ha, brilliant!!!!

Actually, that explanation covers sooooo many things.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
6 years ago

@ Vix

I swore to myself I’d never use this phrase…. but…..

You win an internet.

AltoFronto
AltoFronto
6 years ago

Dunno if anyone’s already mentioned this, but he called his sex-bot “Everpeach 1.0″… Not a human-sounding feminine name, but something that sounds like a synthetically-cultivated fruit farmer’s product. Even the computer that calculates Premium Bond wins has a humanised acronym (ERNIE).

Why build something humanoid that can recognise human emotions and formulate complex situation-specific sentences, but only use it for fucking? If he just wanted to masturbate with it, why devote so much effort to its programming, and not to its outward appearance? It totally invalidates his statement that women’s only value is in sex, otherwise he wouldn’t have bothered with being able to hold a conversation with his robot-wife.

All MRAs are completely unreliable narrators.

Also, I can’t stop thinking that the cartoon dude looks like Glenn Quagmire. Same smirk.

Zolnier
Zolnier
6 years ago

He needs something to validate his stupid opinions.

because reasons
because reasons
6 years ago

Re: Everpeach…is that some gamer reference to Peach from Mario Bros?

nobiscuit
nobiscuit
6 years ago

Why don’t these fucknozzles just buy a real doll instead of whining about not getting laid? They are looking for something, not someone, to fuck. A real doll never gets older, doesn’t require consent and is easily replaceable. It would be perfect for them. And us. The population of douchecanoes would be significantly reduced in a generation.

M.
M.
6 years ago

@because reasons

Either that or the (well, one of the millions of) slang word for vagina.

because reasons
because reasons
6 years ago

Ugh, gross.

Misha
Misha
6 years ago

@guest,

Heh heh, down my neck of the woods the response would be “That’s so Brighton” or “He’s from Shoreditch”. Bless the south-east trend brigade.

Sofia del Flores
Sofia del Flores
6 years ago

Actually, a lot of feminists would be fine with lonely people using sexbots as long as said sexbots are not sentient.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
6 years ago

@ Misha

When I moved to Hoxton it was as rough as arseholes. Within a couple of years though it became the trendiest place on the planet (I like to think there’s a connection). I knew it had peaked though when I saw someone wearing a t-shirt.

On the front it had the relevant section of the “A-Z” annotated with “You are here”.

On the back it said “Now fuck off back to Shepherd’s Bush”

Sofia van der Linde
6 years ago

As long as said sexbots are not sentient I have no problem with people using them.

guest
guest
6 years ago

🙂 well he really was from Yorkshire (I heard him talk)…. In a comment thread here a while back Alan Robertshaw, who mentioned that he’s from Yorkshire himself, insightfully pointed out that Yorkshire people are the original and authentic steampunks (they just never saw any reason to move on from the Victorian glory days, I guess).

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
6 years ago

“they just never saw any reason to move on from the Victorian glory days, I guess”

Yup, if it wasn’t for our civilising influence (and the Humber Bridge) folks in Derbyshire would still be painting themselves blue and hiding from eclipses.

Misha
Misha
6 years ago

“Now fuck off back to Shepherd’s Bush”

Nothing said today or in the foreseeable future is going to top this. I hurt myself laughing.

Actually, I may stand corrected – Mr M just popped in and wanted to know what was going on in the world of the Mammoth. I scrolled up to show him the cartoon.

He glanced at it, looked confused and said, “Why is Cameron involved?”

*dies*

Now I too cannot stop seeing a likeness between the comic’s ‘protagonist’ and the British PM.

sunnysombrera
6 years ago

@Misha

Literally as I write this there is a twenty something year old man walking past, wearing a pirate style eyepatch and doing yo-yo tricks 90s style.

I live in ‘Backwards Devon’.

(ooooh arrrrrr farrmerrrrr)

misha5678
6 years ago

wearing a pirate style eyepatch and doing yo-yo tricks 90s style.

Sweet combine harvesters!

Zolnier
Zolnier
6 years ago

@M

Ironically, that bot appears to not actually have genitals. I guess her creator just likes cuddling. Also I love how he must’ve specifically programmed the phrase bioc*nt into its memory. Wait what’s that thing that’s nothing like love?

Actually this thread has given me an idea. In a novel I’m working on a society leaves most of its child rearing to AIs. Now I have an origin for them, nanny/sexbots who decided they wanted custody of the kids they were raising.

Thanks for that thread!

Robert
Robert
6 years ago

Zolnier, that would also influence the children. Being raised by an AI would affect how you view humans, I think. Whether it’s good or bad is another question.

In Harlan Ellison’s Chocolate Alphabet, there’s a vignette about a man raised by AIs, who as a result never learned what humans wanted. The outcome was unpleasant.