Noodle Armed Soy Boy Alert

In the Guardian no less:

The issue of violence against women and girls is being widely discussed following the death of Sarah Everard: women are expressing exhaustion at feeling afraid, and anger and frustration at the same old conversations and being told to change their behaviour. Yet while it is men who perpetrate most of the violence, many have generally maintained a public silence.

This does not mean that men are not saddened and repulsed by sexual and domestic violence. A minority have expressed their disgust about misogyny on social media, or shown support for the women close to them, but this is alongside those whose reaction is defensive, insisting #NotAllMen are violent or are dismissive or hostile, claiming that men are being demonised.

Acturlly, we do normally assume that the patriarchy means men show “support for the women close to them”. Vehement support, possibly even violent. You know, beating to a pulp men who mistreat a sister and all that?

23 thoughts on “Noodle Armed Soy Boy Alert”

  1. ‘men are expressing exhaustion and anger and frustration at the same old conversations and being told to change their behaviour.’

    There. Fixed that one for the Guardian.

  2. Too often men don’t challenge the systems that oppress women because they benefit from their complicity

    Women live longer, contribute less tax, benefit from more public spending, and also control most private spending, and most of them decide they don’t like giving blowjobbies after all as soon as they’re married.

    We are really shit at this oppressing women business.

    This is not the same as saying that all men are potential rapists, murderers or abusers.

    Although we are. I could easily do karate on the wife or go out and strangle a couple of women before the cops arrive. But I won’t, because I don’t want to. We’re all potentially capable of evil and depraved acts.

    Women are rendered cautious and subordinated by patriarchy, which gives men the social power and legitimacy to make the rules and to police them.

    Think of all the women you know. Does this sound like them? Are they terrified and submissive? Unless your parents were first cousins and your name is Mohammed, my guess is “hahaha, fuck no”

    However, men overwhelmingly avoid talking about men’s violence,

    Yes, this explains why Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger and co. were minor 70’s porn actors who never achieved mainstream success, the lack of videogames featuring guns, and also the historic unpopularity of boxing and MMA. Men prefer to talk about flower arranging and intersectional politics, obviously.

    Reproducing masculinity means repudiating supposedly feminine characteristics such as talking openly about feelings, crying, relationships, vulnerability and providing care.

    What a poof!

  3. Socialist scum are trying to cash in on a tragedy to boost their hatred of men and extra marxistic tyranny+ even more soyboy brainwashing.

    They can piss up their legs and play with the steam.

  4. “This is not the same as saying that all men are potential rapists, murderers or abusers.

    Although we are. I could easily do karate on the wife or go out and strangle a couple of women before the cops arrive. But I won’t, because I don’t want to. We’re all potentially capable of evil and depraved acts.”

    A good point. The vast majority of men are quite capable of beating to a pulp the vast majority of women. But they don’t. Not asking for a medal for that, just an acknowledgement.

    If men were as misogynistic and evil as portrayed, the pavements would be very slippery.

    And those cultures that assume that men are like that, that women shouldn’t be allowed out alone and/or covered in head to toe lest the glimpse of a female ankle let loose the ravenous uncontrollable beast in man? Go live there. See how you like it.

  5. Men are stronger than women and have more sexual desire (on average). Every time a single woman walks across Clapham Common at night, she’s taking a risk. That’s the reality.

    So how can we reduce that risk? This is a common engineering problem; I’m sure the smart folk here can rise to the challenge.

    – Hectoring men, as the Guardian have been doing for years? The police officer accused of Sarah’s murder had attended all the mandatory police training courses on the evils of rape & murder; yet he still went ahead with it.

    – Don’t walk alone at night? Yes, but it doesn’t actually solve the problem.

    – CCTV cameras covering every square inch of London? Nope, didn’t work here either.

    – Longer sentences? Works for repeat offenders, but wouldn’t have made a difference in this instance.

    – Zero tolerance for perverts, locking up blokes who commit indecent exposure at a takeaway? Yes, that would have prevented this murder.

    It’s not complicated really, is it?

  6. ‘Think of all the women you know. Does this sound like them? Are they terrified and submissive? Unless your parents were first cousins and your name is Mohammed, my guess is “hahaha, fuck no”’

    Your guess is right Steve.

  7. Andrew M–and some bloke gets jailed for forgetting to zip his flies.

    Lets have proper training for women. Firearms ownership and how to use them.

  8. “Acturlly, we do normally assume that the patriarchy means men show “support for the women close to them”. Vehement support, possibly even violent. You know, beating to a pulp men who mistreat a sister and all that? ”
    Oh yes, there’s that, but there’s also honour killings.

  9. Guardian et al, your first step: don’t campaign against the deportation of actual, convicted rapists. That will be step one on a long road to convince us you are sincere about the rights of women.

  10. The issue of violence against women and girls is being widely discussed following the death of Sarah Everard: women are expressing exhaustion at feeling afraid, and anger and frustration at the same old conversations and being told to change their behaviour.

    Actually, most women aren’t. Most rational women don’t see all men as rapists and are sensible enough to realise what they need to take steps to keep themselves safe. Might not be perfect buts it’s reality.
    Screeching, Marxist harridans and the BBC (tautology alert) make a fuck tonne of noise and flood twatter with hashtags. Then the powers that be shit their pants and come up with a ‘solution’. Which is usually expensive, useless and authoritarian. Rinse and repeat.

  11. ‘Lets have proper training for women. Firearms ownership and how to use them.’

    Cool Ecks. Sounds like one that’d actually work.

  12. There are a demographic of men in the UK who certainly seem to have a propensity to sexual violence against English girls and Women in particular; however, their activities never seem to attract the disapprobation of the Guardian columnist or of Feminists holding night-time vigils for their victims…

  13. – Zero tolerance for perverts, locking up blokes who commit indecent exposure at a takeaway? Yes, that would have prevented this murder.

    Until “indecent exposure” gets defined down to things like drunks leaving a pub and urinating in an alley.

  14. “Indecent exposure” will surely go the way of homosexuality, fetishism, cross-dressing, BDSM, and blokes claiming they are girlies. There will be articles in the Guardian claiming how it is a victimless crime, etc; edgy feminists will say how they too want to show strangers their fannies; new terms will be coined to describe those who indulge (“intermittent naturists”, “the sexual display community”, etc) and soon you won’t be able to criticise them for fear of arrest.

  15. The Pedant-General

    Once you get past the actual stranger raper nutters, it’s the ones claiming to be woke and “right on” that usually have the slenderest grasp on consent…

  16. The Pedant-General

    “Harry Ferguson is professor of social work at the University of Birmingham”

    Yup – lock up your daughters when he’s in range.

  17. ’… but this is alongside those whose reaction is defensive, insisting #NotAllMen are violent…’

    Written as if of course it’s an absurd claim, who could think otherwise? By the same people who would roundly applaud if you said ‘insisting #NotAllGypsies are thieves’…

  18. Bloke in North Dorset

    Once you get past the actual stranger raper nutters, it’s the ones claiming to be woke and “right on” that usually have the slenderest grasp on consent…

    No data, but I get the sense that there’s a lot more sexual harassment and bullying complaints in the Labour Party than the Conservative Party.

  19. @BiND – Don’t we have a by-election coming up because the sitting MP needs to get the hell out of office before his harassment tribunal result comes in?

  20. edgy feminists will say how they too want to show strangers their fannies;

    Why don’t they Become porn stars?
    They don’t even need to have sex, just some posing will do.
    Reminds me of that woman who was rioting for the left in the states, dreadlocks n stuff. Complained cos she got punched once. After throwing wine bottles and punching someone.
    Made up a story about how she was defenceless and minding her own business and the big meanie righties just punched her a million times. Totally uncalled for, etc.
    Turns out she had posted a vid on pornhub of her frigging herself with a dildo…

    Yup, just the sort of person who I think has the right stuff to run a country and tell us how to live our lives… /Sarc

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