Feminist Idiocy Unintentionally Provides Useful Game Advice (Again)
A graphic produced by some dumb feminist associated with the dumb feminist Twitter hashtag campaign #WhyIStayed is amusingly, if unsurprisingly, self-contradicting pabulum that works well if read with the opposite meaning intended.
(The Power And Control Wheel, a widely accepted diagram of abusive relationship dynamics)
Duluth, Minnesota. Fuckin’ ground zero for empty-headed shrill feminist white girls.
If you didn’t know, #WhyIStayed was a de-clawed internet cat swarm that defensively erupted after video of Ray Rice knocking out his adoring now-wife in an elevator emerged. The #WhyIStayed message, if one could call it that, was “Don’t blame women for anything, ever, that goes wrong in their lives.” Really, how else do you interpret thousands of women offering thousands of lame excuses for why they stayed with their sexily abusive alpha male lovers?
There must be an equivalent hashtag called #WhyIHadNoTroubleLeavingMyBoringBetaMaleBoyfriend. There’s not? Oh too bad.
Anyhow, if you sift through this dung pile of feminist ego assuaging butthurt you find a few curious nuggets of anti-feminist truth about relationships and how to keep them going.
“not take her concerns seriously” — women love love love when a man charmingly patronizes them.
“say she caused it” — it may be unethical, but then why does it work so well?
“use jealousy to justify actions” — chicks do dig occasional flashes of jealousy, as long as it’s obvious the man is expressing them with complete control over his emotions.
“make her feel bad and guilty” — reframing.
“play mind games” — that’s one way to provoke a vaginal gusher.
“smash things” — occasional bursts of anger, when justified, are cues of sexy male dominance and they do turn on women.
“make her do illegal things” — the ghost of Bonnie chortled.
“threaten to leave her” — dread game.
“make her ask for money” — because throwing money at women really makes them fall more in love. /sarcasm
“give her an allowance” — if women have no agency in abusive relationships, shouldn’t they be treated like children for their own protection?
“not let her know about or have access to family money” — chicks dig mysterious men. by the way, this PSA is starting to read like an action plan for fleecing wealthy beta males.
“take her money” — aka make a woman feel like she’s invested in you. she’ll try harder to make it work.
“be the one to define men’s and women’s roles” — chicks dig a leader. and they also dig benevolently sexist men!
“make all the big decisions” — because letting women make big decisions works out real well when they’re trying to decide whether to leave an abusive alpha male.
“treat her like a servant” — 50 Shades of Gray has sold millions of copies. To women.
“act like the master of the castle” — this has got to be a feminist secret wish list.
Another day, another drubbing. Thank you feminists, for revealing the holes in your hearts your beboobed beta male lackeys cannot fill!