A few months ago, I had some time to kill and nothing worth reading handy. Netflix (#boycottNeflix) had a documentary called The Mask You Live In, about issues facing boys in America. I couldn’t resist. I had to see what kind of beta cuck bullshit the fine folks at Netflix felt America’s young men should be emulating.
I won’t waste your time detailing the content of this crockumentary. Suffice it to say, it was the usual liberal bullshit about “toxic masculinity” and that the problem with boys is that we want them to conform to “gender stereotypes.” You are all familiar with the usual nonsense. Instead, I would like to direct your attention to what I read in the credits:
Directed by Jennifer Siebel Newsom
Written by Jennifer Siebel Newsom and Jessica Congdon
Produced by Jennifer Siebel Newsom, Jessica Anthony, & Jessica Congdon
Executive Producers: Regina Kulik Scully, Sarah E. Johnson, Wendy Schmidt, Abigail Disney, Geralyn Dreyfous, Maria Shriver
Note: Maria Shriver is not doubt attempting some self-help here, after her near-apex alpha husband Arnold made an ass of her with their maid.
Does anyone notice anything off-kilter here?
Can you imagine the outrage if a bunch of conservative guys made a documentary telling girls that they needed to conform to traditional gender roles?
That wouldn’t happen for several reasons. Firstly, we don’t need to tell women that, we show them by not marrying howling womynists, beastly manjaws, whores, and tomboys. Secondly, conservative guys by nature do not have the time nor the inclination to tell other people how to live their lives. Thirdly, Netflix would never show such a thing as it is wholly owned by the Cathedral hivemind. Don’t take my word for it; use Netflix’s shitty search engine to see if they have anything remotely conservative (spoiler alert: they don’t).
If you do watch this piece of shit documentary, you will see how precious little women, especially liberal women, understand about men. They don’t understand what we want, what our evolutionary role entails, or how we interact with one another. They definitely don’t understand the important role violence plays in allowing men to create and maintain healthy societies.
I’ll give you a prime example. When a man is having a tough time with something, the last thing he wants is for a woman to do any of the following: tell him he is overreacting, tell him to give up, or offer to help. Each of these is deeply insulting to a man in different ways. You are either saying we can’t judge what is worth doing and what is not, that we are too soft to finish something, or that we can’t do what should be a one-man job on our own. None of these is something the man in your life wants to hear, ladies. Think of how Clark Griswald reacts to Ellen Griswald in the Vacation movies, and you’ll see what I mean.
Another example: many women complain that when they are with their husband and meet a man, particularly a salesman, for the first time, he often looks at and addresses her husband and ignores her. They take it as sexism. The reality is that the new guy is signaling to your husband that he is not trying to make moves on his wife. It’s about respect. If he were making moves, her husband might employ violence, and men seek to avoid unnecessary violence. It’s the threat of violence and the wisdom to avoid it when unnecessary that keeps society together. A society that proscribes all violence is one that will fail.
On a related note, liberals, both men and women, have a woman’s understanding of violence, which is to say that it is okay for them to inflict it but not to suffer from it. This guy is a shining example of how to properly reeducate them.