#YesAllWomen (Laughed at the Guy Whose Penis Went Into the Garbage Disposal)

In response to the Elliot Rodger spree killing (that killed more men than women), young feminists everywhere have launched a Twitter campaign to teach that dead, rotting corpse a lesson!  Either that, the campaign is directed at living men who haven’t gone on a spree killing, in response to a spree killing that they didn’t commit.  Actually, it’s a response to a feminist-generated #NotAllMen meme that was floating around before the killing took place, and now exploits the social momentum that the Isla Vista killing has created, as if men defending themselves from feminist libels and a mass murder were connected somehow.

Interestingly, there is another meme that has been floating around also: NAWALT, or “not all women are like that”.  Looks like two can play that game, and have been.  The big difference is that when the psychotic Catherine Kieu Becker of Garden Grove, California drugged her husband, tied him up, severed his penis and threw it in the garbage disposal in 2011, no one tried to make a straw man out of that incident against NAWALT.  The fact that NAWALT — which is usually a defense against men pointing out how women seem to prefer exactly the kind of immature yet swaggering “bad boys” whom they claim that they are not attracted to — had absolutely nothing to do with Lorena Bobbit 2.0 went without saying.  In fact, men’s rights activists (MRAs) already had enough ammo against the bad behavior of typical women out of that incident, after women on CBS’s The Talk laughed and mocked the victim in that case — yes, cheers from the audience and everything — and Sharon Osbourne declared it to be “quite fabulous”.  There was no need to try to dovetail that incident into the counter-NAWALT movement, the way feminists have been trying to tie the Elliot Rodger rampage to all sorts of real or imagined grievances against women, like the speciously-argued wage/gender-gap.

Indeed, all women (or perhaps as many as those who laughed at the mutilation victim of Garden Grove) have felt creeped-out by something an unsexy guy was doing — simply existing, perhaps — and honestly, that’s all that the #YesAllWomen campaign appears to be about, in addition to garden-variety feminist propaganda.  One of the most popular feminist tweets reads: practice violence against women but live with the threat of male violence. Every. Single. Day. All over the world.”  Do feminists realize that this actually says nothing?  Everyone lives under the threat of violence, every single day, all over the world, perpetrated by males, females, animals, robots, thunder storms, meteorites…  How many females actually become victims of violence, compared to the number of men who are victimized, using the same standards for what constitutes violence?  Again, I remind you that in the killing spree that spurned this campaign, more men were killed than women.

Does women’s paranoia make them feel sexy?  I mean, if you want to talk about narcissism regarding the Isla Vista incident, what can we say about all of the millions of women walking around and vainly assuming that they might be vengefully snuffed out by a lonely man who went crazy without their divine charms, or raped at any moment by any man within 100 yards?  I guess that this must be one of the added benefits for a woman going through a university gender studies class and becoming a victim in her own mind, satisfying one of the most basic emotional needs that #YesAllWomen have: to be desired.  I don’t think it’s all that far-fetched to say that the Isla Vista killings have been a massive ego-trip for women everywhere.  Even they can’t argue that it has renewed their sense of victimhood, which is helpful when that is the primary instrument of getting things done for yourself, but it takes a seriously overinflated sense of self-worth to think that things are really as bad as feminists make them out to be.

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8 comments

  1. You must realize that there is a concerted brainwashing program to
    undercut-even destroy-the white male.
    Women are taught in this culture that the white guy-even their father’s and
    brothers-are evil personnafied.
    The reports about non-white victimization of women are simply surpressed,
    like Philp Chism.
    It is a high stakes game involving the extermination of the white male.

    1. God, people have to make this issue about race.

      Women are not being brainwashed, the hatred women feel for low status males in innate. Black women hate low status men, Chinese women hate low status men, white women hate low status men. Hypergamy, female social dominance invalidation of men, these are all traits universal to women of all races. In the past the harsh environment and direct need for male protection was the only thing that kept this hatred of men in check, now that women are completely safe females are willing to unload social violence against men.

  2. Ah, I remember this travesty. Gods above, watching these horrible women laugh about genital mutilation was physically nauseating. I wrote about this on my blog last year…many of the comments were what you’d expect.

    “Do feminists realize that this actually says nothing? Everyone lives under the threat of violence, every single day, all over the world, perpetrated by males, females, animals, robots, thunder storms, meteorites… How many females actually become victims of violence, compared to the number of men who are victimized, using the same standards for what constitutes violence?”

    Yet when you attempt to show them these exact figures…the police reports, surveys, statistics, (hell, even blogs from guys talking about crap that’s happened to them), you get accused of “derailing the conversation” or “taking the power of speech from female victims”. There’s a big problem with your movement if mentioning male victims necessarily means forgetting female ones in your mind.

    1. Ain’t that the truth… I had a feminist the other day tell me that I had to admit that all sexual violence is perpetrated by men (she was formerly a resident of Sweden and loved it there, surprise surprise), and when I brought some contradictory data to the discussion, she said that doing so was a “slap in the face” to all [female] victims of sexual violence. I had previously considered her to be one of the more evenhanded of the bunch, but alas, one always has to remember that when they are dealing with a feminist, they are dealing with a *feminist*. By the same token, some people have tamed grizzly bears, raised them from when they were cubs, trained them to do tricks…but you can’t forget about the fact that it’s still a damn grizzly bear! Some do forget though, and one of these days, a few of their bones will be found here and there in the backyard, followed a day or two later by their trusted, furry companion being gunned down somewhere nearby.

      1. “I had a feminist the other day tell me that I had to admit that all sexual violence is perpetrated by men…”

        Dafaq? How could she have ever thought such a thing? Even if she lives under a rock, basic statistics would state that it’s almost impossible for one group to be completely X (other than truly selective things like the ability to become pregnant).

        “and when I brought some contradictory data to the discussion, she said that doing so was a “slap in the face” to all [female] victims of sexual violence.”

        No. No no no. Saying that X has happened to group A and B alike doesn’t automatically mean that only 1 group gets the sympathy, help, and survivor resources. Speaking out about male sexual abuse does nothing to those who speak about female sexual abuse. Gods above, can’t people just agree that abuse done to *anyone* is horrible without making it a gendered issue?

      2. Use the same tactics back at all. No point using logic just go. “You have to admit that women do all the child murders!” If feminists want to poison the well in the debate return fire in the s ame manner.

  3. I agree. I think women’s paranoia make them very unsexy. And claiming victim status is actually repulsive. I’m in a church study group looking at sex trafficking and it’s beginning to look like a man-bashing fest.

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