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Roosh V: Governments pushing education for women are depriving me of a good wife

Russian girls, being raised right, 1909
Russian girls, being raised right, 1909

Pity poor Roosh! The widely despised pickup artist and wannabe philosopher spent the last decade and a half as a man-slut, riding the vagina tilt-a-whirl around the world, having what he insists was consensual sex with women in an assortment of sometimes colorful, sometimes colorless places from Paraguay to Siberia.

Now, the not-so-benevolent dictator of a miniature internet empire based on ebooks, clickbait and misogyny, Roosh has decided he wants to settle down and become an old-school patriarch, with an adoring or at least subservient wife and a brood of mini-Rooshes.

There’s just one problem: An evil conspiracy of Western governments and central bankers, hellbent on depopulating the world, is making it darn near impossible for poor Roosh to find himself a good wife, in the form of a young hottie, preferably more than a decade his junior, with such limited options that she won’t be able to leave him once she realizes the terrible mistake she’s made.

Alas, Roosh reports, even in Eastern Europe, the young women he meets have pretty much all been totally ruined by something called “a college education.”

In a post titled How The Government Is Robbing Men Of Good Wives, a sad and angry Roosh laments that even in those

countries in Eastern Europe that have superior women than in America … you encounter a big problem: they value their education and careers above that of family.

And it’s all the fault of Big Government:

Education is offered for free or at a greatly subsidized rate by the government. Western governments are therefore programming women into becoming sterile office slaves and consumers instead of good wives and mothers.

The horror!

And so, poor Roosh laments,

I’ve been unable to find more than a handful [of Eastern European women] under the age of 25 who has shown eagerness into soon becoming a mom.

Or maybe they just don’t want to settle down with an ebook writer who hasn’t yet mastered the rudiments of grammar?

When Roosh talks to these women about their lack of interest in pledging themselves to a patriarch, they tell him they want to be educated, with careers of their own, so they don’t end up stuck in a miserable marriage with an alcoholic husband who cheats on them.

“I need a backup plan in case my husband becomes bad,” these women apparently all tell Roosh.

Never mind that the worries of these women are completely understandable. Alcoholism is a massive problem in Eastern Europe, especially among men, leading not only to crappy marriages but also to an assortment of health issues that all too often cause premature death. In Russia, the fourth-drunkest country in the world (Belarus is number one), more than a third of hard-drinking men die before they reach 55.

So, yeah, Eastern European women are acutely aware that they cannot rely on men to ensure a future for themselves or their children.

But to Roosh, who apparently lives in some conspiracy theory fairyland, Eastern European women who want to be able to provide for themselves (and their children) are sex-crazed tools of The Machine. “Men are bad,” Roosh sarcastically sniffs,

and because of that, she must spend years in university where she gets to experiment with different cocks and where she is firmly taken out of her natural role to learn how to serve a corporate master while her future kid goes to day care and her husband eats cans of tuna because his wife is too tired from work to cook, assuming she even knows how.

A man forced to prepare his own dinner! Damn you, you student-loan-pushing governments!

Women want to have their cake and eat it too. They want to be able to marry the man they are most attracted to, and if that doesn’t work, still be able to enjoy an independent and comfortable life of Ikea furniture and Starbucks without having to put up with a man’s reasonable demands to cook him dinner and make sure the children are taken care of.

How unreasonable these women are, unwilling to spend their lives trapped in a miserable marriage. How terrifying is it that, even without money from a man, they can afford cheap-but-decent-looking furniture and the occasional Pumpkin Spice Latte.

Roosh thinks it’s positively perverse that today’s non-Roosh-marrying Eastern European woman will

spend thousands of hours studying a topic like law or international business relations and became an obedient office worker instead of learning how to obey her husband.

As a result of this educating-women madness, Roosh complains,

we are seeing the disappearance of the nuclear family along with high divorce rates and out-of-wedlock births where future degenerates of the state get to watch mommy get sexy matches on Tinder.

Oh, but it gets worse!

It turns out that these terrible date-having mommies are also, unwittingly, enabling the depopulation agenda of the evil globalists who secretly run the world.

If you take the depopulation agenda to be accurate then it makes sense that you would want to train women to do anything but bond with men in a way that leads to reproduction. That is exactly what most Western governments have done, and it starts by essentially brainwashing women of the need to be free from their husbands by making them obsessed to earn money produced by central banks. Any country where the idea of female employment is seen as “common sense” is in the process of having their culture destroyed, if it hasn’t already been done.

Aw, it’s almost cute just how doggedly Roosh is working at becoming a conspiracy theorist. In the sidebar of his blog, he lists several books he’s currently reading, including Sworn in Secret: Freemasonry and the Knights Templar, a history of Freemasonry that has gotten rave reviews from both Scottish Rite Journal and Knight Templar Magazine (no, really); and None Dare Call it Conspiracy, the paranoid 1971 bestseller setting forth the alleged truth about evil bankers and the sinister … Council on Foreign Relations!

But for Roosh, still finding his conspiracy theory sea legs, there is one aspect of this whole educating-women thing that’s even worserer than the depopulation of planet Earth.

For it turns out that the lizard people — or whoever Roosh imagines runs the global conspiracy — don’t just want to turn women into non-baby-having office drones. They want to turn men into … CUCKS.

I mean, say you actually decide to wife up one of these terrible job-having women, and when you decide she needs to quit her job to devote herself fulltime to taking care of you and the kids, and she says no?

Blame the government, with its subsidized student loans and alluring talk of female empowerment. Blame the government, for conning young women into devoting their lives to “corporate and victimhood training, not wife training.”

And so, when this hypothetical wife of yours refuses your command to quit her job, Roosh tells us, you are, “being actively cucked by your own government.”

Yes, that’s right: by providing student loans to young women, the government is somehow, at least figuratively, “cucking” men because, wait, how on earth would that possibly work?

Roosh, like the alt-righters who won’t let him in their clubhouse, has a rather expansive notion of just what cuckolding is.

So is there a solution to this terrible dilemma? Even in Eastern Europe, Roosh warns us again, city-dwelling women have pretty much all been “seduced by the prospect of free education, city lights, and the ability to sleep around without consequences.” Indeed, Roosh reports with horror, as wife material they are basically as bad as —  *shudder* — American women.

“Unless you start visiting villages or churches,” Roosh sadly concludes, “you’ll end up disappointed.”

Will the churches in Eastern Europe’s tiniest towns soon find themselves overrun by Roosh fanboys gamely asking every woman they meet (and possibly each otherwhere the pet shop is?

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DexX
5 years ago

I know Roosh is completely sincere, but damn, posts like this ring my Poe warning bell like a sideshow strongman hammering a strength tester.

Herbert West
Herbert West
5 years ago

Cucking means anything these days, like marklar.

mockingbird
mockingbird
5 years ago

@Herbert – It’s the “smurf” of the alt-right.

Nick Gotts
Nick Gotts
5 years ago

If you take the depopulation agenda to be accurate – Roosh

If you take Worlds in Collision to be an accurate history of the solar system…

If you take The Protocols of the Elders of Zion to be a verbatim transcript of a meeting of Jewish leaders…

If you take The Flintstones to be a documentary…

*sigh*
No, I just can’t match Roosh!

mildlymagnificent
mildlymagnificent
5 years ago

occasional reader

Dalilama is right, global fertility rate is going down. Not because of educated women, homosexuality or any kind of conspiracy agenda. It is just a problem of, as the rate suggests it, fertility. The increasing rate of barren or with not powerful enough gametes …

If that’s a problem, it’s a minor one for global population issues, though it’s very likely an issue for some individuals and for specific regions.

This video from Hans Rosling is a good start when looking at how birthrates have declined around the world. I’d also highly recommend the Gapminder site to anyone who’s addicted to numbers and statistics and playing with them.
https://www.ted.com/talks/hans_rosling_religions_and_babies?language=en

Other Rosling videos look at the same issues from various perspectives. One favourite of mine is The Magic Washing Machine. http://www.ted.com/talks/hans_rosling_and_the_magic_washing_machine?language=en

dslucia
dslucia
5 years ago

@kupo:

Not cool. It’s transphobic to laugh about penis size plus it might summon Walter.

Not that I’m disagreeing with you, but isn’t laughing about penis size more inherently body shaming than transphobia? It can certainly be both, I’m just not sure how transphobia was the first thing you jumped to, because cis men get shamed over “small” endowments all the time.

I mean, I guess the implication is usually that they’re “less manly” than guys who are big. I suppose I figured that was more garden-variety patriarchal sexism rather than transphobia, though? For everything else I’ve seen thrown at trans people over the years, I can’t say I’ve ever come across mocking them over the size of their genitalia. Maybe I’ve just been ignorant to that, in which case thanks for bringing it up. I try not to shame anybody anyway because I’m insecure about myself in the first place, but it’s always good to have extra reasons to remind myself why I shouldn’t!

dslucia
dslucia
5 years ago

Sorry for the double-post, missed the edit window: Thinking it through more, I guess the “less manly” insults do tend to extend to “you’re not a REAL MAN” in many circumstances, which is something that is likely thrown at trans men by transphobes. That didn’t initially come to my mind because I’ve far more often seen people screeching in terror about how a woman is “actually a guyyyyyy!!!!!!1!1!1!”, and trans women in general just seem to get far more shit, or at least are more publicized.

FrickleFrackle
FrickleFrackle
5 years ago

Does “cuck” just mean “someone I dislike”?

Masse_Mysteria
Masse_Mysteria
5 years ago

@Policy of Madness

Roosh’s model of the way the world works lacks internal cohesion.

It’s so convenient that he and his ilk have developed ways to make it work nevertheless. I mean, of course women want to ride the cock carousel even if they don’t enjoy sex. The evils of feminism have taught women that going against their so-called nature is a reward in itself.

So, when women have all this unnatural sex and unnaturally get to decide who to have it with, they can still unnaturally use it as unnatural leverage to get the beta buck or some such imaginary currency, because only alpha males get their fill in the unnatural sex marketplace.

That being said, I don’t know how wanting sex would equate wanting children. Haven’t people evolved to enjoy sex so that babies would follow, often accidentally?

GenJones
GenJones
5 years ago

@ Buttercup Q. Skullpants

Exactly, they are supposed to be weeded out as literal undesirables. Even other social animals like baboon troupes will ostracize a male that acts like a shitlord. What Roosh demands is essentially a system of reproductive socialism. I also notice that what they consider “social degradation” is anything that frustrates or inconveniences them, while what they consider “for the good of society” is never for the whole of society, it’s a personal utopia where half the population is enslaved and purposely kept miserable, and where everything caters to a very small racial segment of the male population. In other words, degradation for everyone except them.

Nick Gotts
Nick Gotts
5 years ago

with no deflation of global fertility rates in sight? – Bina

Actually, that’s quite untrue. Global population growth rates peaked in the late 1960s at around 2.1% per year, and have since approximately halved. Fertility rates (children per woman) have also approximately halved over that time, from nearly 5 to around 2.5, see here, for example. Absolute population growth (i.e. the arithmetic increase in number of people alive per year) peaked in the 1990s at over 90,000,000 per year, the latest (2015) figure is around 84,000,000 (this figure has increased in the past few years, but is expected to resume its decline as a “bulge” in the number of women of peak childbearing age passes). Growth rates and fertility rates have declined in almost every country over the past few decades, and continue to do so in most countries. All this has correlated with, and is almost certainly largely caused by, improvements in the education and status of women. So in terms of the bare facts, Roosh is not too far from the truth. Where he’s absolutely wrong, of course, is in attributing this to a conspiratorial “depopulation agenda”, and in thinking that it’s a bad thing!

skybison
skybison
5 years ago

So governments are providing women with access to education so they can protect themselves from predatory assholes? What mean governments! They’re acting like their job is to provide a stable peaceful, prosperous society for everyone instead of only me! Damn freedom hating Statists!

Nick Gotts
Nick Gotts
5 years ago

What Roosh demands is essentially a system of reproductive socialism. – GenJones

WTF do Roosh’s selfishness and misogyny have to do with any form of socialism? I conclude that you haven’t the slightest idea what that word means. He is in fact objecting to state provision of educational opportunities – something which rightists typically denounce as socialism.

Nick Gotts
Nick Gotts
5 years ago

I didn’t read througfh the whole thread before responding to Bina on fertility rates, but hopefully the more detailed information and links I provided are helpful. As for occasional reader’s comment linking declining fertility rates to biological problems and endocrine disrputors, the evidence on that is far from clear, and the number of people who want children and can’t produce them still appears to be relatively small – all or almost all the decline in fertility rates appears to be down to social causes, and particularly women’s choices, not biology. In this connection, it’s been observed (I don’t know whether any thorough study has been done) that the lowest fertility rates – well below replacement level, as found in Japan, Italy, Iran (yes, Iran, where more than half of university students are female) and much of eastern Europe – tend to be in countries where women have relatively good educational and career opportunities, but men still refuse to take any responsibility for domestic labour.

GenJones
GenJones
5 years ago

“WTF do Roosh’s selfishness and misogyny have to do with any form of socialism?”

Uh, it has nothing to do with any existing form of socialism.He is demanding that society and the government provide and allot a woman to dominate and reproduce with as if his twisted desires were on par with a right to have his fundamental needs met.

msexceptiontotherule
msexceptiontotherule
5 years ago

It’s seriously looking like a worthy cause to donate money so that even the far flung villages have internet access – just in case Roosh shows up and expresses interest in anyone’s daughters, they should be able to look up what he supposedly does for a living and the kind of life he lives…

Disgusting pig who complains about wiping his ass amongst other normal hygiene activities that just about everyone does because it’s basic cleanliness stuff…I’m baffled that a former microbiologist like Roosh is doing a ton of mental gymnastics to avoid actual medical testing for sexually transmitted diseases, kind of like he’s done to convince himself that any conservative or liberal woman would want to hitch themselves to his wagon, bear his children, and content herself with ikea furniture + the occasional starbucks latte. Lavish, man. How does he avoid all those golddiggers out for his mountain of cash…(snork).

kupo
kupo
5 years ago

@dslucia
You’re right, transphobic wasn’t the right word for what I was trying to articulate. It’s a form of body shaming that’s harmful to trans folks.

Buttercup Q. Skullpants
Buttercup Q. Skullpants
5 years ago

I think “reproductive socialism” is an apt term. We’ve seen it literally argued by the aforementioned blogger-who-must-not-be-named, and it’s implied every time someone in the manosphere writes about women as a collectively owned commodity that has gotten too privatized (see: the “80-20 rule” and the Chad Phenomenon). They’re always calling for stricter laws and restrictions on women in order to level the playing field, increase “supply”, and allow more men access. Don’t let them work! Don’t let them vote! Shame them! Make them dumber and more dependent so I can have a shot! Take rights away from them so I look more appealing! And they’re serious about this.

I dunno, maybe they see themselves more as trustbusters. Either way, once you start from the notion that women are property and relationships are economics, you’ve gone horribly wrong and there’s no turning back.

(Curiously, it’s only women that cause them to advocate for tampering with existing legal, economic, and social systems. Level the playing field to create a more equitable distribution of actual wealth and commodities? No, that would go against their libertarian principles!)

@msexceptiontotherule

Don’t forget, he promised possible dog ownership too!

You’d think someone posing in front of BMWs with wads of totally-not-pretend cash would be able to offer more than a couple of particleboard bookcases and a geometric pile rug that most likely needs to be fumigated before allowing it indoors. Talk about bait and switch.

He’ll have to pay a sizeable dowry for his traditional peasant bride, so most likely the bookcases are gonna get hocked anyway.

*Not meant to furniture-shame, of course – I have some IKEA stuff in my house. It’s that fronting as a wealthy businessman rolling in cash might create certain…expectations on the part of his future bride.

dslucia
dslucia
5 years ago

@kupo:
Definitely agree with that.

To go off on a tangent about “real men”, it’s always simultaneously a bit funny and sad to me how the manosphere complains about… toxic masculinity, essentially, but then at the mere mention of the term they get into a massive uproar about how dare anyone try to destroy what makes them men.

Nick Gotts
Nick Gotts
5 years ago

GenJones, Buttercup Q. Skullpants,

Uh, it has nothing to do with any existing form of socialism. – GenJones

Precisely. So WTF have socialists done to be slandered by association with scum like Roosh?

Since fascism had the subordination of women as one of its central tenets, along with an obsession with getting the racially “pure” to breed, and included considerable elements of state provision for those in the privileged group; and there is a huge overlap between MRA/PUAs and the “Alt-Right” (a.k.a. fascism 2.0), why look beyond “fascism” for the appropriate term?

Handsome "These Pretzels Suck" Jack (formerly Pandapool)
Handsome "These Pretzels Suck" Jack (formerly Pandapool)
5 years ago

Precisely. So WTF have socialists done to be slandered by association with scum like Roosh?

It’s a joke as most manospherians, like Roosh, don’t like socialism, pumpkin.

pitshade
pitshade
5 years ago

Except for the kind prefixed by ‘National,’ of course.

Bryce
Bryce
5 years ago

@Nick Gotts

But it’s not just Roosh spouting this sort of rhetoric. There are also non-white/non-supremacist MRAs saying something similar, that all men be ‘granted’ a woman, arguing that men will then longer need to “compete” for women, meaning no more hyper-masculinity and attendant destructive behaviours. So it’s their own warped way they claim this will benefit society.

Cyberwulf
Cyberwulf
5 years ago

Roosh, you fucking hate women. I’m sorry you’re only realising now that you’re ageing out of the club scene that you’d like more than just a quick bang, but you’ve so poisoned yourself against women that you are never going to find one. Never. And I’m very happy about that, because any woman who got married to you would be fucking miserable. I would also not inflict you as a father on any poor unfortunate child.

mockingbird
mockingbird
5 years ago

@Nick Gotts – Because they’ve literally argued the point that men be alloted women, that attractive women should be forced to sleep with men (in order to “spread the wealth” so that men don’t become homicidal rage machines), and/or that “incels” should be provided with government-subsidized visits to prostitutes (for the same reason).

They talk about sex in economic terms (see: SMV) and call for it’s more equal distribution (that is, more equal distribution amongst men).

It’s not an insult to socialism to label this as a call for “sexual socialism”.
It’s an insult to sex (or, more specifically access to woman-shaped-sex-hole-carriers, since that’s how these guys seem to think of women) to talk about it as a resource that should be extracted and redistributed.

Sascha Vykos
Sascha Vykos
5 years ago

What he’s arguing for is institutionalized indentured slavery. He could find that in any number of purity cultures in both America and abroad, if he cared to look. Plenty of them out there. He would have some explaining to do, but I’m sure his sexual history wouldn’t be anything a nice baptism couldn’t fix. Men aren’t used chewing gum, after all. What great sermon material he’d make, too. He wouldn’t be the first parasite to take advantage of others that way and he won’t be the last.

It is interesting that he understands most women won’t “choose” slavery if they have options, though. Apparently, choosing what’s best for yourself (and your children) is “unnatural”, so the best solution apparently is to just deny choice and opportunity for half the population. Because that’s totally natural?

I sincerely hope with all my heart no woman ever marries Roosh. There is enough suffering in the world.

Virgin Mary
Virgin Mary
5 years ago

This mentality is the reason I had to leave David Icke forum, which I’m sorry to say has nothing to do with David himself, and everything to do with his forum being over run with Right Wing fartwits. Everything boils down to some sort of Marxist conspiracy to educate women, engineer mass extinction of whites, and promote homosexuality, and guess who it is? Always the Joooze, always that sick disgusting Happy Merchant meme or some Ben Garrison info graphic. I worry about the way these ideas which used to belong to the alt-right have now become pretty much mainstream. Anything that can be interpreted as socialist is seen as some kind of threat to their supremacy.

Virgin Mary
Virgin Mary
5 years ago

@mockingbird

How do you not see this as an insult to socialism? Do you agree that as fifty percent of the populace own 100% of the vaginas, rape is simply a redistribution of wealth? Does this apply to skin colours as well, as I currently am in possession of 0% of the world’s black skin, do I have the right to go skin a black person?

Policy of Madness
Policy of Madness
5 years ago

If y’all don’t like calling these schemes sexual socialism, what term would you prefer? What is a better, more accurate descriptive term?

Also:

How do you not see this as an insult to socialism? Do you agree that as fifty percent of the populace own 100% of the vaginas, rape is simply a redistribution of wealth? Does this apply to skin colours as well, as I currently am in possession of 0% of the world’s black skin, do I have the right to go skin a black person?

mockingbird was not actually defending this point of view, so your outrage is misdirected here.

msexceptiontotherule
msexceptiontotherule
5 years ago

@Buttercup Q. Skullpants

Good thing this particular depiction of a marital union would first require Roosh to find a suitable bride and not be chased out of the village before the vows are said…I mean, that would be a lousy situation for a woman to find herself in not to mention the possible future dog and children!

I have storage cubes from Target which are particleboard – very fashionable and quite affordable! I needed something that would fit the available space to store stuff that didn’t need to go in one of the filing cabinets and my budget wasn’t enough to afford Ikea. The pricey furniture I have is nearly all inherited but I like solid wood pieces that have been around as long as my parents have been married or longer (48 years and counting!) so it all works out. I’m hoping a relative with a nice dining room table and chairs will no longer need their lovely pricey furniture…then I’ll have an expensive-looking fully furnished house! (Said/typed with tongue firmly in cheek)

Virgin Mary
Virgin Mary
5 years ago

@POM

It’s more like a form of slavery or ownership, where the woman is robbed of agency or ownership of her own body, becoming instead goods and chattels, a farm animal. For it to be egalitarian, there would have to be an equal exchange, penis for vagina. As the concept of female on male rape is a fantasy created by MRAs, and in real life is extremely rare, no such exchange is made. It’s more like owning a cow for milk and meat, the cow has no agency or right to deny your ownership and misuse of her body, because she is a cow and has no rights as an individual.

Policy of Madness
Policy of Madness
5 years ago

@VM

That doesn’t provide a usable term, and you’re actually erring in thinking that this perspective treats women as people. No, it isn’t egalitarian if you think of women as participants in the process, but we’re treating women as a commodity here.

“Slavery” doesn’t fit. Slaveholders never made a policy of making sure that each and every free person had access to slaves (although in ancient Greece a citizen who didn’t have at least one slave was viewed as pretty sad and pathetic). The model we’re talking about argues that all men (who are the only people) should have access to sex. There is no parallel to that in systems of slavery.

But there is a parallel in socialist systems that argue that all people should have access to ______ (fill in the blank with health care, a living wage, a basic income, etc.) If you fill in the blank with “sex” and understand that “people” only means men, then I have a hard time seeing how “socialism” doesn’t fit.

Virgin Mary
Virgin Mary
5 years ago

@POM

Yes, I see your point. But people are not only men, and for the socialist bogeyman to work , the Cultural Marxist horror of the alt right, it is women who have the whip hand, then the gays, and the transsexuals . Maybe I’m confused by all the alt right rhetoric, but if this was true socialism, that would be a “good thing” right? Not a Marxist agenda conceived by Jooooze to destroy western civilisation? Why are they not aligning themselves with socialism instead of fascism, if socialism caters to their needs?

Policy of Madness
Policy of Madness
5 years ago

@VM

They aren’t aligning themselves with socialism. The fact that they are advocating for something that, if one agreed with them that sex is a commodity and women aren’t human, would be considered socialist is a delicious irony.

GenJones was pointing out this irony. The argument that all men are entitled to access to sex, and that government intervention should take place to ensure this, is a weird and twisted variety of socialism, which is a word that repels folks like Roosh the way garlic repels vampires. It’s interesting to note when Roosh & followers deliberately fail to use thought and reason in order to hold contradictory ideas in their heads at the same time.

Handsome "These Pretzels Suck" Jack (formerly Pandapool)
Handsome "These Pretzels Suck" Jack (formerly Pandapool)
5 years ago

How do you not see this as an insult to socialism? Do you agree that as fifty percent of the populace own 100% of the vaginas, rape is simply a redistribution of wealth? Does this apply to skin colours as well, as I currently am in possession of 0% of the world’s black skin, do I have the right to go skin a black person?

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Scildfreja
Scildfreja
5 years ago

This got weird.

GenJones
GenJones
5 years ago

Thanks POM, Skullpants, you articulated what I meant exactly. I was a little surprised that analogy kicked off a semantic argument. I thought maybe I was being was too dry or meta, I definitely did not intend to it to be taken at face value.

Handsome "These Pretzels Suck" Jack (formerly Pandapool)
Handsome "These Pretzels Suck" Jack (formerly Pandapool)
5 years ago

@Scildreja

I’ve never read a sentence on here as creepy as that; I did find a gif that would have made a good response but it’s gorey and stuff, however.

It would have been funny. Dark but funny.

Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
5 years ago

Please tell me that was a bannable offense. I don’t want to share a blog with anybody who responds to a silly joke made at Doosh’s expense with KKK Buffalo Bill. ಠ_ಠ

Scildfreja
Scildfreja
5 years ago

I went looking for a creepy fluttershy gif but they were all sort of bad. Not surprised.

Have been itching to use this one though

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-a1UQySrxgRw/ToQ61bHUJDI/AAAAAAAAM8A/TRBEovB1VPw/s1600/flutterstomp_by_metalbeersolid-d4b5j1t.gif

Handsome "These Pretzels Suck" Jack (formerly Pandapool)
Handsome "These Pretzels Suck" Jack (formerly Pandapool)
5 years ago

CW Gore

I don’t want to share a blog with anybody who responds to a silly joke made at Doosh’s expense with KKK Buffalo Bill. ಠ_ಠ

I only have so much self restraint.

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I didn’t have enough. Hopefully if this is too bad I still have time to edit.

GenJones
GenJones
5 years ago

@Handsome “These Pretzels Suck” Jack

That was totally worth it.

Buttercup Q. Skullpants
Buttercup Q. Skullpants
5 years ago

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Sascha Vykos
Sascha Vykos
5 years ago

PoM:

The model we’re talking about argues that all men (who are the only people) should have access to sex. There is no parallel to that in systems of slavery.

Are you sure about that?

I don’t feel so sure about that.

GenJones
GenJones
5 years ago

You want to know something else that really messes with gender essentialists little minds? Informing them that they are fully set up to lactate and produce nutritious breastmilk.

Men experience similar hormonal changes when in proximity with a pregnant partner, which can trigger lactation as part of their evolutionary paternal role to help provide care and nourishment for the newborn infant. This is supported by the fact that men in lower-income families are significantly more likely to experience lactation as a way to compensate for anticipated hardship due to stress levels. It’s called Couvade’s Syndrome, and despite it being common and having a recognized purpose it is considered a disorder because it goes against cultural concepts of masculinity.

Gender roles are so against nature most men have no idea their nipples actually have a function.

Policy of Madness
Policy of Madness
5 years ago

I was a little surprised that analogy kicked off a semantic argument. I thought maybe I was being was too dry or meta, I definitely did not intend to it to be taken at face value.

It was a weird conversation.

Hu's On First
Hu's On First
5 years ago

There are some people who do support socialism, and may even identify as left-wing, yet still have most of the same social views as the Alt-Right people and redpillers. “Sexual socialism” might not be all that far off the mark when discussing their views.

For a lot of these folks, E. Belfort Bax (who was both a socialist and a very early MRA) is an obvious influence.

The redpill-left might be considered the Strasserism (or possibly National Bolshevism) to the redpill-right’s Nazism.

Sascha Vykos
Sascha Vykos
5 years ago

“Gender roles are so against nature most men have no idea their nipples actually have a function.”

+1 your comment 🙂

They also generally have no idea that their precious Y chromosomes are degraded X’s.

I know it’s not that simple, but the fact that this gene evolved later should put to rest to the notion women are poorly cobbled together men.

It won’t, but it should.

Nikki the Bluth Wannabe
Nikki the Bluth Wannabe
5 years ago

@FrickleFrackle
Yeah, pretty much.

Kat
Kat
5 years ago

In my opinion, neither Roosh nor any other manospherian is speaking literally.

As Policy of Madness pointed out,

Roosh’s model of the way the world works lacks internal cohesion.

So does every manospherian’s.

No, the writings of the manospherians are fiction. It’s art. It’s badly, hastily written, and it has a hateful agenda behind it, but it’s art nonetheless, calculated to evoke emotion–the better to separate the reader from (usually his) money.

Pop songs promise eternal, unending, limitless love. But how many musicians are good at that kind of thing? (How many human beings are?) Only the emotion should be taken literally.

Roosh? A bridegroom? I think he’d rather have bedbugs as a permanent bed partner than a young, beautiful, fertile, virginal wife.

But he loves to play with the idea. It’s a fleeting emotion, an idea that flits across his mind. Alas, it is not to be. What a pity, he says, that no suitable bride can be found in the whole, wide world!

Two words:

Bull.

and

Shit.