02 November 2005
One of the key foundations that the crumbling tower of feminism is built on is that men and women are alike, that the differences between the sexes are all solely down to upbringing (feminists care not one iota that this contradicts the other core feminist belief, that women are inherently superior to men.)
Although this belief started out in the heads of demented radical feminists, it has filtered down through the media, teachers, etc and into the heads of many “normal” women. A lot of women, these days, cannot understand that men are different to them, that – with the exception of metrosexual mangina twats – us men don’t have a great deal in common with women (and, furthermore, a lot of women are incapable of realising that these inherent differences between the sexes are what actually attracted us together, until feminists and their warped ideology shoved their stubbly faces between us and told women “What are you doing?! Men are the enemy! Put your knickers back on and come with us to the Isle Of Lesbos.”)
Therefore there is an increasing inability of many women to remember the obvious fact that men and women are different in more ways than just downstairs plumbing. This is indicated by the various gasps of astonishment and frowns of puzzlement I’m regularly greeted by at work from female colleagues on the rare occasions I let them peek at my attitude, opinions and personal life.
For example, with accompanying cries of surprise, I’ve been subjected to the following lines from women at work:
“I don’t see how you can’t like shopping! I can’t see, for the life of me, just why men don’t love shopping!”
“Why aren’t you interested in gossip? Everyone loves gossip!”
“You don’t watch soap operas? I bet you do. You must do! I bet you watch hours of soaps each night.”
It’s strange. They clearly see me – and all other men – as some sort of personification of the female personality and attitudes in male form. It’s as if the clear differences between the sexes is blurred in their minds thanks to too much feminist indoctrination, through teachers, television, women’s magazines, etc.
I’d like to answer to the above questions, respectively:
“I don’t like shopping because I’m not shallow and materialistic.”
“I don’t care about gossip because I respect other’s privacy and, furthermore, I prefer to live my own life rather than intrude on other people’s.”
“I never watch soap operas because they are shit and only utter, utter, utter retards have any interest in them.”
But there’s no point. Those above answers would go above their heads and maybe even be seen as hostile and sexist, thus resulting in a complaint against me.
So, instead, I just tell them I hate shopping, gossip and soap-operas, and if they don’t know why (i.e. the fact that I’m a man) then they are the real ones in need of the pity they attempt to throw my way.
There is hope, though. Occasionally these ladies do recall that there is a difference between men and women. However, that’s usually only when they need something heavy lifting or a wasp chasing out of the office, at which point I hear my name being called in a chorus of snivelling female voices.
posted by Duncan Idaho @ 9:32 PM
At 4:22 AM, TestSubjectXP said…
It’s topics like that force me to somewhat begrudgingly agree with Thomas Ellis’s conclusion that women actually lack the ability to see the male perspective whereas men can understand both genders.
At 5:44 PM, Darren said…
My God, how do you put up with these women? Don’t you ever fantasise about slapping them? lol
At 12:45 PM, Anonymous said…
I answer, “Because I’m not gay”
At 11:36 AM, T4 said…
Just goes to show the utter self-centeredness. Also the effeminization of Western culture. I’d like to point out, tho that sharing traits of the opposite sex is NOT an indicator of homosexuality.