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MGTOWs reinvent the Handmaid’s Tale, with bonus creepy incest overtones

Happily, there’s a place for women in the coming MGTOW utopia

By David Futrelle

So over in the Men Going Their Way subreddit, the fellas are talking about what to do with “leftover” — i.e. unmarried — women after men finally step up and take the vote away from women, who are always voting for the wrong things anyway.

Apparently unable to understand that most women have jobs, the MGTOWs naturally conclude that in their version of utopia the single ladies — deprived not only of husbands and their resources but of Big Daddy government as well — won’t be able to support themselves. But the MGTOWs, kind ghouls souls all, don’t want to let them starve!

One brave MGTOW has a solution:

BCPrepper 2 points 5 hours ago* All the unmarried women are going to be a serious drain on the system. Rather than using socialism to take care of them like the globalists are hoping for, and since no man wants to be a tradcuck for some CC rider --- I think a better solution is for men to "adopt" one of these leftover women, not as a wife, but as an incubator for a wife. Essentially she'll be impregnated by someone else, and any daughters will be raised to become the man's wives. In return all the women receive shelter, security, and provisioning. Not this perverted materialist provisioning they receive today, which consists of handbags, shoes, McMansions etc. We're talking modest clothes, food. And they will have to pull their weight. This will essentially be a post-collapse society.

(Note: in the preceding quote “CC Rider” refers not to the famous song but to the infamous “cock carousel.”)

Naturally, other MGTOWs are enthusiastic about Mr. BCPrepper’s ingenious proposal.

ZCnegan 4 points 4 hours ago Oh my god. You are a fucking genius. That would actually work. But for that to work, all the pro women laws would have to be abolished, which will happen in case of colapse. Then women without daddy gov to protect them would have to sell themselves very cheap, and still men would not want them. But if I could have a woman raised to by a wife, with 100% loyalty and efficient, and without brainwashing bullshit, then i would maybe consider giving part of my resources, in case i wanted a family/kids and needed a womb. Sex is all they have to offer, and men are becoming tired of it, more and more we see sex for what it is, just sex. And whores are better for it

BCPrepper goes on to praise himself for his “humanitarian” solution to the Leftover Woman Problem.

BCPrepper 1 point 3 hours ago Yup it's the only solution as I see it. Socialism won't work, especially when men don't get good women in return for serving the state. The globalists overplayed their hand, thinking men would just accept their fate as a slave class. Now our biggest concern is Islam taking over. Really not interested in that happening. Artificial wombs might help catalyze the rebirth of western civilization, but it's not a long term solution. There's a humanitarian aspect to caring for the women that made bad choices and are no longer fit for pair bonding. The solution I outlined above gives them safety and purpose.

Such thoughtful fellows these MGTOWs are!

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Falconer
Falconer
3 years ago

Everything we Statesians have done in the name of liberty, other possessions of the Empire managed to do without being so Extra.

If we’d waited another 100 years, we’d have had abolition in the 1830s and probably voted ourselves independence around the same time as Canada. At the very latest, we would have had to wait until 1945.

But no, we couldn’t be patient. We had to go and dress up like natives and chuck tea in the harbor, then shoot each other over whether some people got to own other people.

We’re such a bunch of Drama Presidents.

Katz
3 years ago

This idea never fails to boggle my mind. The 40K universe is a terrible place because it’s a fucking wargame, so factions that aren’t part of an endless war are useless. In the grimdark futurem there is only war, because the setting is designed to allow an infinite number of battles between any two factions, because that’s why people buy all those fucking miniatures. I cannot fathom why people (including the creators ) would look for, let alone find or add, any kind of meaning at all to anything in that setting.

IKR? The whole thing could have just said “everyone fights everyone else.” But people talk about it like it’s 1984.

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

@Rhuu

No need to apologize! Thanks for the resources–and the advice!

Redsilkphoenix: Jetpack Vixen, Agent of the FemiNest Collective; Keeper of a Hell Toupee, and all-around Intergalactic Meanie
Redsilkphoenix: Jetpack Vixen, Agent of the FemiNest Collective; Keeper of a Hell Toupee, and all-around Intergalactic Meanie
3 years ago

*peers in while munching on Rhuu’s links*

All this talk of tea reminds me of an exchange I saw on a rerun of Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In some years back (show originally ran in the late 1960’s, I believe). From memory:

Rowan: How long do you British seep your tea?

David Niven*: Do you recall that tea your country’s founders tossed into the harbor?

Rowan: Yes.

Niven: It should be about ready now.

*I think this was the actor in question.

Beyond Ocean
Beyond Ocean
3 years ago

Some of the posts here make me want to enroll to some survival skills course, to not be completely useless after an apocalypse. 🙂

Some way back some people mentioned suspicious fans of fictional tyrannies. While I completely understand why defending SW’s Empire is worthy of side-eye, I think it’s kind of justified in the case of Eragon:

1) The author decided to go the dark and edgy way with its protagonists. Brutality, war crimes, nepotism, fraud, the “good guys” have it all, and unbearably glamorized. Makes one wonder if the Empire could feasibly be any worse; at the very least it kept the peace.

2) By the time the Empire really is shown doing something evil towards its people (and not just the protagonist personally) it’s like book 3 or 4. Before that, the Empire is evil because its ruler rebelled against some possibly equally despotic order a long time ago, which is pretty esoteric compared to all the “justified” evil things we see the protagonists do along the way.

It’s as if Star Wars took out both the Republic and Death Star, and then had Luke murder a bunch of Ewoks that got in his way.

There’s hardly anything I could add about the repulsive MGTOW “plan”, but don’t they realize they’d need a big daddy government to help keep their slaves in line? There’s a reason Handmaid’s Tale describes a totalitarian setting.

I wonder if they really believe this would totally happen, or is this just a pure, masturbatory fantasy for them. I wonder if it matters.

Ohlmann
Ohlmann
3 years ago

Katz : IKR as Iron Kingdom ? Or something else ?

EJ (the Scheming Liberal Race-Traitor)

@Ohlmann:
I think she means IKR as an abbreviation for “I know, right?”

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

@ EJ

Did you see that documentary about ants a while back? Some amazing stuff about the algorithms they use to navigate and decide where to live. Which they then applied to the Voyager route calculations. With surprising results.

bluecat
bluecat
3 years ago

@ Kat

I’m sorry – it breaks me up too when I think of it.

Yeah, sometimes you’ve just got to leave.

If you can, absolutely.

One great advantage of today is that tribes can be elective, if you’re lucky.

That is, after all, why the feminist government is in exile.

I had been wondering whether I could pop into the embassy and take tea with yr Excellency.

Ohlmann
Ohlmann
3 years ago

@EJ : make more sense indeed.

Pie
Pie
3 years ago

@Katz

See, I’ve heard this before…but I’ve never met someone who treated Warhammer like satire, ie, found it intentionally funny, like a Steve Jackson game or something. Virtually everyone I know who plays this game takes it and its mythos extremely seriously. And not just internet Nazis, but intelligent people who find it very deep that this universe is such a terrible place.

So if it’s satire, it’s unsuccessful satire, because nobody takes away from it what was apparently intended.

It used to take itself a lot less seriously. Games Workshop went through some fairly substantial changes in the early nineties, and again in the early noughties and they’re a very different company these days.

That said, isn’t the modern meaning of “satire” something more like “what you claim your hate speech actually was when you’re called out on it”? Sounds like modern games workshop would fit right in 😉

msexceptiontotherule
msexceptiontotherule
3 years ago

Wow. I think my uterus just decided that in case of emergencies, it WILL VACATE MY BODY BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY.

Should I inform the mister that he’s to change his name to “Chad”? Do they count if they’re the only pony on the carousel? Any prior ponies have been removed and sent off to wherever they send them!

Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
3 years ago

@bluecat

That is, after all, why the feminist government is in exile.

I had been wondering whether I could pop into the embassy and take tea with yr Excellency.

Sugar or honey? Cream or lemon?

Plus we have tiny sandwiches, with or without crusts.

All Mammotheers are welcome.

No trolls. Make your own damned tiny sandwiches.

Grace of Spades
Grace of Spades
3 years ago

@Katz

So his ideal arrangement is Craster’s Keep?

Either that or the Branch Davidians. His post-apocalypse fantasies need work.

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