Friday, 24 May 2013

Judging Male Feminists, Feminist Sympathisers and Manginas:

[Update: H/T to FeminizedWesternMale for pointing out a line from the film 'The Outlaw Josey Wales' that I missed.]

Do all male feminists and male feminist sympathisers deserve hostility from the Androsphere?  No.  Quite simply we don't know enough about them and their personal lives to judge them.  That doesn't mean that we should embrace them or try to convert them, simply that we don't know enough about the environment that they were raised to judge them properly.  Nor does it mean that we should assume that all male feminists or sympathisers aren't intentionally malevolent towards men, and wilfully propogate and perpetuate misandry (Mike Nifong of the Duke Lacross rape scandal for instance).  Rather it means that the male feminist should be seen to be a victim of the environment in which they were raised; and the environment includes all aspects, from family relationships, nutrition etc.

It may be possible to do some kind of psychological profiling of male feminsts in order to determine if they are more likely to suffer from standard psychological disorders, or personality types.  This is not intended as a method of stigmatising them, simply understanding who they are and why they are more likely to believe the lies that they do.  It would also be useful to the Androsphere in general, in much the same way that psychologists use the DSM to diagnose patients and find out what is afflicting them; so that they can be cured.  A male feminist who has been cured is more useful than a male feminist who is not.

This entry was inspired by a scene in film 'The Outlaw Josey Wales': Josey Wales is on the run from the Union because he's fought for the Confederacy.  Josey is in a saloon in a dirt-poor mining town which has half a dozen other people inside.

[Outside of a saloon, Josey Wales' dog growls at a passing bounty hunter]
[The saloon doors open.  The bounty hunter walks in.]
Barman: "What'll you have"
Bounty Hunter: "I'm looking for Joesy Wales."
[The saloon patrons become quiet.]
[Josey Wales is leaning against a wooden upright at one edge of the bar]: "That'll be me."
Bounty Hunter: "You're wanted Wales."
Josey Wales: "Reckon I'm right popular.  You a bounty hunter?"
Bounty Hunter: "Yes I am."

Bounty Hunter: "A man's got to do something for a living these days."
Josey Wales: "Dyin' ain't much of a livin'."
[Pregnant pause.]
Josey Wales: "You know this ain't necessary.  You could just ride on"
[Another uncomfortable pause.]
[The bounty hunter walks out of the saloon.]
[There's an uneasy silence in the saloon.]
[The bounty hunter's spurs jangle.]
[The bounty hunter walks back in.]

Bounty Hunter: "I had to come back."
Josey Wales: "I know."
[The bounty hunter pulls his gun.]
[Josey draws his revolver quicker and shoots first.]
[Josey kills the bounty hunter who falls through the saloon door.]
[Dark, melancholic musical score.]
[End of scene.]

The war, the civil war, the war between the North and the South, imposed itself on the bounty hunter too such an extent that he couldn't resist.  The bounty hunters mind become impregnated by the atmosphere of the war, the meme of the war, of war itself: that killing is the only way to make a living.  He couldn't resist, his mind couldn't resist, and so he effectively became 'war'.  The soul, the freedom that he once had, was destroyed by the force of the meme.

As it was with the bounty hunter, so it could be with some of the manginas/male feminists: they didn't 'choose' to become feminists of their own free will, but rather they 'succumbed' to the toxic ideas that were in the environment when they grew up in.  You could make a comparison with the biology of human procreation: the more female a given environment is (the womb) the more hostile it is going to be to males (sperm cells), so much so that the number of 'casualties' (sperm cells killed by the female white blood cells) will increase dramatically.
Related article: Hostile Environments and Men Dropping Out.



  1. You forgot the line, "A man's got to do something for a living these days."

  2. Thanks. Correction noted and corrected.