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Women: Not to be trusted with big decisions like whether or not to have sex with disgusting woman-hating MGTOWs

It’s another lazy Friday on the Men Going Their Own Way subreddit, and the fellas are talking about their awesome hobbies and the whitewater rafting trip a bunch of them organized together in Ariz …

Just kidding! MGTOWs can barely organize lunch for themselves. They’re ranting about how awful women are. In a post titled “Women are the epicentre of problems facing society,” a fellow calling himself Malahidael lays out his basic thesis:

I have been with my fair share of women,

I’m going to rate that claim “4 Pinnochios.”

I don’t see the appeal much anymore and I have a feeling most men share my thoughts. I’m reading these stories of women in power getting little to no reparations for their actions, like when that girlfriend murdered her boyfriend and the bitch walked away.

Ah, the famous case of State Vs. That Girlfriend!

Imagine this a women having complete political power of an entire county and a natural disaster or a situation that requires military action occurs the same time she is pregnant, ovulating, or even having “hot flashes” how can we be sure that each decision she makes is based purely on the benefit of the people not because of the flooding of hormones that can lead to rash decisions that gets millions killed.

Uh, dude, you do realize that the current inhabitant of the White House is more impulsive than a woman simultaneously experiencing pregnancy, ovulation, menopause, hysteria, wandering womb, dancing cervix, fallopian tubeworm, mammary foam, boob gout, the vapours, bicycle face, and lady ghostbusters?

I’m just tired of watching all this shit unfold… I can safely say with all this censorship going on as well that MGTOW will remain in the back of this 18 year olds mind till he dies.

I prefer to get most of my information about ladies from 18-year-old dudes who hate them.

A commenter called Helikzhan agrees that women aren’t worth the trouble. At least those women who aren’t simultaneously dogs and television sets.

Sex is all we were ever after. Aside from sex they are just other humans we have nothing in common with. Literally every other companion is better to have. Dog, roommate, online friends, etc. A TV is a better companion than a woman for the most part. Especially so that they don’t do anything other than pay half of the debt she runs up.

TV sets pay off your debts?

The issue is finding a sex alternative. That’s real easy today. No STIs required! No prostitutes. No handjobs while looking at porn (but you can do this, too). I prefer sex dolls but they are pricey. Trust me when I say to you they will fill a void you never imagined could be filled. Don’t underestimate the physical presence of a sex toy. Something to snuggle with, bang when you want, be a creep and talk to it if you please. It’s literally no different than the modern woman and will cost you a fraction of her cost.

The other great advantage of sex dolls is that they don’t run from you screaming.

As JFK7878 sees it, there have been only maybe two great women in all of history.

Women are too stupid to be that important. There were some great women in history like Marie Curie or Joanna Darc,

Er, Joan of Arc?

Women lack intelligence, critical thinking and imagination, they must be led

Who leads women now ? Owners of the media who push degeneracy on them from early age. If you put a woman a desert island for 20 years could she -by herself- grow into feministic cunt with tatooes ?

Only men, who can easily survive on nothing but raw seagulls, are suited to survival and self-tattooing on desert islands.

Look at amish women vs modern women and spot the difference.

Do MGTOWs have some sort of Amish fetish now?

The sick ideas are planted into women so dont get surprised nothing good grows out of them.

Modern woman is end product of ‘social architecs’. If men want better women they must take charge of media and social architecture.

Women control the media? I had no idea that Michael Bloomberg, Rupert Murdoch, Si Newhouse, Mort Zuckerman and Jeff Bezos were all women.

The things I learn from the MGTOW subreddit!

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Bina
3 years ago

Davis M.J. Aurini

Trained as a Historian at McMaster University, and as an Infantry soldier in the Canadian Forces, I’m a Scholar, Author, Film Maker, and a God fearing Catholic, who loves women for their illogical nature.

Translation: He flunked undergrad history, got kicked out of the army (disorderly conduct), and dropped out of his filmmaking course because he was in such a hot-mess hurry to make crapaganda about what misandrous, hypergamous sluts all we feeeeemales are, while leeching off of Jordan Owen’s Patreon and snorting blow from a stripper’s ass cheeks.

Did I miss anything?

Bina
3 years ago

@Mish:

I don’t know if the litter is for boy cats, or boy people..?

It’s “just for tomcats”, according to the label. And I can only assume that it’s either satirical, or photoshop. Maybe both. A good neutralizing cat litter doesn’t need to be gendered, since all cat pee (and poop) is pretty damn stinky. Even that of my sweet, spayed girl-sasquatch kitty.

@Wolverine’s granddad:

Kater’ can mean ‘hangover’ as well in German. Anyone know why ?

Hi, resident German here…and yes, I can explain. It’s because hung-over people tend to yowl like brawling tomcats. (“Katzenjammer” literally means “cats’ crying”.)

Alternatively, it may also be because hangovers are vicious like brawling tomcats (although in the cats’ defence, tomcat brawls last a far shorter time than your average hangover; most end within seconds or minutes.)

And while we’re on the subject of figures of speech, I believe it was Alan who wondered where “bear with me” came from? Anyhow, my educated guess is that it has something to do with “bearing” meaning “to travel in a given direction”. So to “bear with” someone is to follow along with what they’re saying, trusting that they/you will arrive at the point in due course (to carry the travel metaphor to its logical limit). When someone says “bear with me”, they’re saying “please catch my general drift and stick with it until the end”.

Aaaand now that I’m more or less caught up to this thread, howdy to all the new folks, buhbye to the Humongous Fungus No Longer Among Us (please do let the door hit you, and repeatedly), and hugs to Oogly. Hope your aunt’s feeling MUCH better, and you likewise.

Francesca Torpedo
Francesca Torpedo
3 years ago

May only be tangentially related, but I figure the Mammotheers may wish to know:

So I was on Fark the other day, you know, Fark?

And this guy comes up to me, reads my profile, and immediately declares that I am a fake mishmash of stereotypes.

Black queer transwoman can’t possibly exist, he said. Nobody exists in real life like that, he said; I am literally just a collage of stereotypes. His actual words!

I told him to fuck off.

One of us got banned.

Protip: it wasn’t him.

Ohlmann
Ohlmann
3 years ago

@Argle : as an anecdote, it seem roman drove a plant to extinction.

That plant, incidentally, was an excellent abortif (or contraceptive ? I don’t remember)

Roger Smith
3 years ago

Davis Aurini’s actually named his toy skull. It’s “MacArthur”.

LindsayIrene, Rioting Werebonobo
LindsayIrene, Rioting Werebonobo
3 years ago
Mish of the Catlady Ascendancy
Mish of the Catlady Ascendancy
3 years ago

@Wolverine’s granddad (formerly Kevin),
@Bina,

Thank you for the info! It makes a bit more sense now.
I’ve had cats most of my life and they all need good odour-neutralising litter … phew. Marketing for tomcats also brings out my “why don’t people neuter their kitties unless they are actual breeders goddammit” side but that’s another tangent so we won’t go there.
Bina, I hope it’s not photo-shopped as I really wanted to use it 😐

@dslucia,

Can I have that essay you typed up, pls? I’m kidding, but recently whenever one of my classes covers gender issues (like this evening), things get tense very quickly. Economic inequality used to be the controversial topic (years ago) – now it’s gender and anything to do with Islam. Minefields in the classroom!

@Franscesca,

Seriously, he is even posing like an MRA. I expect him to begin screeching at me over Youtube about how feeeeeeeeeeemale cats are cock-slurping chad-loving sluts.

He wouldn’t do that. Cats know better 😀
Also I really like what you’ve done to my name.

Grace of Spades
Grace of Spades
3 years ago

@Policy of Madness

You make it sound like you’ve got minced barbecue in your underpants.

How are you so sure that I don’t? Have you checked?

This made my day! But then I’m smuggling ketchup in my chonies (the brown stringy stuff is done, onto bright red). Does this mean David’s blog is somehow harnessing the power of all feminist readers with periods? I hope so, because the first few days tend to wear me out, and I’d like to think the power-drain is going toward a good cause.

My uterus is gunning for you, Miggie!

JS
JS
3 years ago

The Cat Litter Club For Men:

For those men going so far their own way that they think they’re cats?

MrsObedMarsh
MrsObedMarsh
3 years ago

I want to write a parody of “Sister Suffragette” from Mary Poppins called “Mister M.R.A.” but I’m not talented enough. I bet it would be child’s play for Troubelle, though.

dreemr
dreemr
3 years ago

So, I guess now this is a thing.

New Alt-Right “Fight Club”

Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
3 years ago

@dreemr
So, this is horrific and all. But can we talk about how silly the name “Proud Boy” is? Cos holy shit, fellas!

PeeVee the (Timber-Rattling Booger Slut, But Noice) Sarcastic
PeeVee the (Timber-Rattling Booger Slut, But Noice) Sarcastic
3 years ago

Dreemr, I was just arguing the other day with some asshole about FOAK, and he saw nothing wrong with a group specifically forming to streetfight.

I really want to get off this planet.

Franscesca Torpedo
Franscesca Torpedo
3 years ago

@Mish-nyan

I am happy to be of service. <3

@PeeVee

Take me with you.

I had a naughty thought: maybe we Mammotheers should start our own private army, headed by The Right Honorable Governor-General David Futrelle.

You're probably going to say that we'd be painted as some kind of Terrorist SJW Division by the MRAnuses, however. 😀

Franscesca Torpedo
Franscesca Torpedo
3 years ago

Also, these scummy, verminous alt-right pepe frogs are basically just doing the whole Nazi German thing and they have essentially formed a fucking SA wing, have they?

It’s not like I didn’t see this shit coming a mile off. I knew it was going to happen since back in 2007 when 4chan started getting boners for everything Nazi related and Nazi/Hitler memes really began to take off.

____

I don’t know if you’re all following the Kekistani shit where 4channer/8channers further dehumanize and denigrate Muslims and Middle Eastern people by roleplaying as shitposting terrorists from a fictional Middle Eastern country, but:

http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/kekistan

Troubelle: Moonbeam Malcontent + Bard of the New Movement
Troubelle: Moonbeam Malcontent + Bard of the New Movement
3 years ago

re: fucking fight clubs

Can’t they just feckin’ play Street Fighter or Mortal Kombat or hell, Super Smash Bros. like the rest of us?

ETA: Yeah, yeah, they get off on violence, I know. But at least playing a fighting game eliminates…okay, reduces the harm that could potentially be done to themselves.

Then again, they never like to think themselves as losers…

PeeVee the (Timber-Rattling Booger Slut, But Noice) Sarcastic
PeeVee the (Timber-Rattling Booger Slut, But Noice) Sarcastic
3 years ago

@Roger Smith:

Of course he did. Color me shocked.

@Franscesca Torpedo:

You’re probably going to say that we’d be painted as some kind of Terrorist SJW Division by the MRAnuses, however. 😀

Meh. They’ve labeled us as cancer, a hate movement, and sluts; why not add another one to their little MRA Handbook Of Things (They Get Wrong)?

Bina
3 years ago

Speaking of “alt”-Reich fight clubs, there’s apparently infighting amongst the Soldiers of Odin. Seems that the Canadian contingent is shocked, SHOCKED to find actual racists in there, and is dissociating (or so they say) from their Finnish counterparts/original gangsters.

I say, if they want to fight amongst themselves, they can bloody well have at it. I hope they end up like the Kilkenny Cats (to carry forward with the tomcat-brawl metaphor from upthread). Get out yer long knives, boys, and don’t stop till there’s none of you left!

dslucia
dslucia
3 years ago

@Mish:

The funny thing is that it was just Feminism 001 stuff that I’ve mostly learned from here.

I’m not actually surprised about the people who got really mad about it, though, they’re GorbleGerb types who wouldn’t understand complexity or nuance if it sat them down and slapped them upside the heads.

Dalillama: Irate Social Engineer

@Axe

So, this is horrific and all. But can we talk about how silly the name “Proud Boy” is? Cos holy shit, fellas!

According to the wiki oracle, they are named for a song from the Aladdin musical…
Further summary: they started with the crypto-fascism and dogwhistle racism that characterize right-libertarianism and men’s rights, and have now moved on to beong open neonazis.

EJ (Marxist Jazz Weasel)

@dslucia:
Well done for doing it, especially in the face of such assholery. In my experience such things have a stronger effect than we think they do: you may not convince the person who’s attacking you, but you encourage others who feel the way you do but were afraid to say it out loud.

WWTH once said that Feminism 101 materials are among the most dangerous to MRAs because it can undermine their base directly, and this is why MRAs are so hostile to people who explain Feminism 101 concepts. I think there’s a lot of truth to that.

There’s probably also an extent to which manospheric spaces attract assholes because nobody challenges them there.

EJ (Marxist Jazz Weasel)

@Axe:
There’s some sort of rule here: the more socially privileged you are, the worse a name you give to your paramilitary group. “Black Panthers”? Very chic. “Proud boys”? Just sad.

There’s a nice example of this in South African history. As the Afrikaners rose to ascendancy, their ultranationalist groups had less cool names. Broederbond is a cool name, Ossewabrandwag less so, and Afrikaner Weerstandbeweging is downright pathetic.

Arctic Ape
Arctic Ape
3 years ago

Bina,

I didn’t know SOO was an international group led from Finland. Over here they seemed to be a really small fringe racist group. There are more mainstream nazi-lite groups that practice “street patrolling” to improve “community security”, with a blatant motivation of intimidating brown people. If the foreign SOO chapters want to be semi-respectable racists, I can see them getting in arguments.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

I also feel sorry for that skull. He must be so disappointed with where his career ended up. I imagine him in a bar with the other skulls dramatically lamenting:

“Geilgud wept at my Yorick!”

NickNameNick
NickNameNick
3 years ago

@Alan: I want to give him a proper home and a better name – like “Morte” or something…

EJ (Marxist Jazz Weasel)

The skull belonging to the Royal Shakespeare Company is called Tchaikovsky, after its former inhabitant André Tchaikovsky. David Tennant used it for Hamlet.

Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
3 years ago

Davis Aurini’s actually named his toy skull. It’s “MacArthur”.

It’s even stupider than that – it’s “McCarther.” It’s supposed to be “MacArthur,” but we’re talking about Davis Aruni of The Sarkeesien Effect here.

NickNameNick
NickNameNick
3 years ago

“Vincent” would be another good one, as in Vincent van Gogh – given a certain painting from him (and a favorite of mine)…

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Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

@ Nick

I’m not a big fan of figurative art; but I like that picture. I suspect it’s already been used for tattoos a lot?

As for skull names, I’d go with ‘Frasier Cranium’.

Masse_Mysteria
Masse_Mysteria
3 years ago

@ Arctic Ape
It’s not like I ever had any respect for the SOO people, but it’s always rubbed me the wrong way that they named their so-called troop after Odin, if they’re supposed to be so nationalistic. Like we didn’t have respectable gods here in Finland, or something.

I supposed they decided on the name with international marketing in mind (in which case, way to be nationalistic?), or they don’t know much about what went on in Finland before Christianity, or they don’t care.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

One of the few bits of figurative art I do like famously has a skull in it:

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NickNameNick
NickNameNick
3 years ago

@Alan:

I’m not a big fan of figurative art

All figurative art?

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

@ Nick

All figurative art?

Pretty much, yeah. Even stuff like Impressionism or Dada. I’m a pure abstract sort of guy. No idea why that is; but then it’s like attraction generally; totally abitrary. I love the geometric stuff you get in Celtic, Norse and Islamic art. I can stare at that for hours. But ‘pictures of things’ just rarely do it for me.

I can appreciate other forms of art. In fact that Ambassadors is the first painting I learned to appreciate. In the sense someone explained all the technical devices in creating the painting itself (use of light, composition, layout) and all the little bits of symbolism in the picture itself. So I can admire stuff on a technical level, but it doesn’t ‘move’ me like other forms of art.

dreemr
dreemr
3 years ago

Ugh, that name, yes. “Proud Boys”, well, it does just SCREAM “skinheads” which is, I suppose, what they’re after.

Of course, we can all see this isn’t really a “fight club”. They’re more like a militia, an “anti-SJW” militia. My hope is that seeing them bring the violence to overall peaceful protests won’t be tolerated even by our militarized police, but then there’s the press to wonder about, in how they’ll choose to frame any sort of clash.

Remember how they reported on Berkeley.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

Had a very interesting discussion recently about the so-called ‘Proud Boys’. Probably not to be repeated here as it involved looking forward to when reality finally smacks them upside the head.

But related, Aurini writing in Return of Kings…

http://www.returnofkings.com/119617/10-essential-tips-for-surviving-an-antifa-riot

NickNameNick
NickNameNick
3 years ago

@Alan:

Fair enough. I’m a “variety is the spice of life” kind of person – it’s hard for me to understand just liking one kind of thing without getting bored.

Darius Quebec
Darius Quebec
3 years ago

Long time lurker, first time poster, been thinking about this:

“(also, as an aside: the island-dwelling Polynesians didn’t have any trouble coming up with tattoos on their own.)”

I think it’s significant that the Polynesians lived in communities rather than being lone individuals on otherwise deserted islands. Like, sure, a woman (or any other gender) stranded alone on an island would probably be too busy just surviving to create tattoos.

Where it gets interesting is communities also need rules for cooperation, respecting everyone’s rights, making sure nobody is desperately hard done by, etc. I’m assuming the more scarce resources are, the more important it is to share them out fairly, for community cohesion? Sounds more like SJW than MRA to me, that.

Which ties in with the whole “I could survive on seagulls completely unaided” thing that migtoes keep coming out with. They aren’t well suited to being part of a community because they’re basically complete arseholes. And they choose to deal with it by pretending they don’t need community and could totally fend for themselves totally if they had to, rather than, say, being not such arseholes.

Not a stunning insight, I know, but … please be gentle with me?

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

@ Nick

I’m a “variety is the spice of life” kind of person

I’m generally like that. With music for example there isn’t a genre that I don’t like. But there’s plenty of abstract and esoteric art out there. When I was in London there were 18 galleries I ‘followed’ and that was plenty to be getting on with 🙂

Bina
3 years ago

@Arctic Ape:

I didn’t know SOO was an international group led from Finland. Over here they seemed to be a really small fringe racist group. There are more mainstream nazi-lite groups that practice “street patrolling” to improve “community security”, with a blatant motivation of intimidating brown people. If the foreign SOO chapters want to be semi-respectable racists, I can see them getting in arguments.

Well, they seem to have gone international, all right. Or at least, gangs of local thuggies have taken up the mantle, since the name sounds kinda-sorta catchy and they get to wear gang colors that make them feel vaguely heroic, and do pretend good works to try to get the public onside. But when the media spotlight comes on and shows that there are gamblers in the casino racists in the SOO, they don’t like that, oh noooo. It’s supposed to be a sooooper seeeeeekwit. And it’s bad PR, to boot. So there’s that. They claim that they don’t allow racists, but a quick glance at any SOO Facebook page over here will quickly dispel THAT notion.

There’s also the fact that an awful lot of Canadians don’t know Finnish (and I’d frankly be surprised if any local SOOers do), but I somehow doubt that’s the real reason.

Jenora Feuer
Jenora Feuer
3 years ago

@WWTH:

It made me imagine a show in which Joan of Arc fakes her death, travels through time and lives in contemporary times under the pseudonym Joanna Darc. God gives her visions of demonically perpetrated crimes and she has to solve them.

I’m a little behind on this, but nobody else seems to have mentioned Joan of Arcadia yet. Not quite the same thing, of course, being more in the line of Touched by an Angel or Michael Landon’s Highway to Heaven, but definitely using the reference.

Tovius
Tovius
3 years ago

@Jenora Feuer

I was reminded of that show, too, but couldn’t remember what it was called.

opposablethumbs
opposablethumbs
3 years ago

Darius Q, sounds about right to me – they more readily fantasise about complete isolation than about any kind of community. Hello, btw 🙂

dreemr
dreemr
3 years ago

Welcome, Darius Q.! I meant to say so earlier, but I lost track of which thread you were on – and this is a long ‘un.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

@ darius q

Hello! You may find it interesting to read up on the Bounty mutineers’ experiences on Pitcairn to see what happens when a bunch of blokes think they can set up their own island utopia.

Arctic Ape
Arctic Ape
3 years ago

Masse Mysteria:

Asatruar and other Nordic neopagans are said to be annoyed because they always run into racists in their circles. Conversely, I find it amusing that racists always seem to come up with Nordic pagan symbols.

My previous remark on “more mainstream nazi-lite group” was about Suomen Sisu, who were interviewed in Ylioppilaslehti a couple years ago. They claimed to promote safe communities* and reason-based policies, yet one of their activists posed in a photo with a goddamn Thor’s hammer. But maybe he just happened to have an unrelated personal religious conviction he wanted to show off?

*White male activists patrolling the streets, always prepared to call out some delinquent immigrant youth in an authoritative white man voice, always prepared to use force but totally only as an extreme last resort in case someone starts a fight with them.

guest
guest
3 years ago

@Alan have you seen this paper suggesting that the Ambassadors draws from the imagery of wedding portraits?

http://www.tau.ac.il/~kenaan/readers/holbein.p

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

@ guest

Ah, wondered where you’d gone. Responded on other thread, but basically thank you!

guest
guest
3 years ago

Ha yeah I realised I’d commented on the wrong post.

Wolverine's granddad (formerly Kevin)
Wolverine's granddad (formerly Kevin)
3 years ago

@Ohlmann
I believe the plant was giant fennel, seems it wasn’t suitable (by their standards) for cultivation and had to be harvested from the wild. Its flavour was popular in high status cuisine as well as herbal medicine, leading to unsustainable demand and extinction. I believe they ended up using asafoetida as a cheaper substitute.

Paradoxical Intention - Mobile
Paradoxical Intention - Mobile
3 years ago

My pet skull is named Harold. The previous tenant of my room left the poor dear behind, and I adopted him when I moved in.

I’ve posted pictures of him before, and I find him to be lovely company, especially when he’s filled with candy.