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Seinfeld, #metoo, and avoiding women altogether

While immigrants from Africa and the Middle East happily rape Western women, mainstream media has collectively gotten their panties in a twist because a bunch of actresses well past wall-hitting age claimed that they were sexually harassed decades ago. According to the established script, a woman’s word cannot be questioned, so if an old an washed up actress claims that 25 years ago someone put his hand on her knee, that guy deserves to be tarred and feathered in the court of public opinion, lose his livelihood, and end up as a pariah. After all, a woman is physiologically unable to lie, so don’t question a word she says, no matter how illogical or contradictory, you misogynist pig!

As crazed feminists have now completely poisoned male-female relations, in whichever way, it is no surprise that men are getting increasingly careful when dealing with women. Linus Torvalds, the creator of the Linux operating system, which powers almost all of the most powerful supercomputers in the world and essentially every smartphone that isn’t made by Apple, has gone on record stating that he refuses to be alone with a woman when he’s attending tech events due to the very real risk that they may make up fake sexual harassment claims in an attempt to wreck his professional reputation. It has happened to plenty of guys before. Mike Pence, the Vice-President of the United States, allegedly has a female chaperone with him wherever he goes, for the very same reason. Those are just two examples that indicate that there is now incredibly deep distrust of women in the public realm.

Most of you reading this are likely not public figures, but if you work in larger organizations, you may at one point have (unofficially) received the recommendation of not entering an elevator together with a woman. Furthermore, it is getting increasingly common that women are downright shunned in education and the workplace. Some weeks ago, I spoke to a student in a STEM discipline who told me that the women in his classes are all forced to work together because none of the other lab groups want to work with them. That has probably more to do with guys getting sick and tired of having women drag down the team. In the workplace, distrust is also common. About ten years ago I heard for the first time about a manager who opened the door whenever he spoke to a woman. Back then that was seen as somewhat eccentric. Nowadays, it’s getting increasingly normal.

The womyn have made their bed, now they get to lie in it. How this plays out in practice is beautifully demonstrated in the video below, which shows Jerry Seinfeld fending off Kesha, refusing to let her hug him. Not to go off a tangent, but Kesha looks really bad in that video. She’d look bad for a forty-year-old, but she’s only 30. Anyway, here’s Seinfeld, showing guys how to avoid sexual harassment charges:

I have a hunch that this will be the new normal.

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5 thoughts on “Seinfeld, #metoo, and avoiding women altogether

  1. Great post but I think Jerry in general just doesn’t like to be hugged lol: “When you get to be my age and you’ve done a couple things, you have your own reality, in my reality,” Seinfeld said. “I don’t hug a total stranger. I have to meet someone, say hello. I gotta start somewhere.”

    1. He said that after the interview. It could as well just be a justification he made up for the media.

  2. This hole #metoo thing will hurt women more than men in the long run. And it makes feminism very unpopular with the attractive women. They weren’t that fond of feminism to begin with. But now attractive women are losing their jobs and romantic opportunities. They’re really going to hate feminist with a passion. Feminist are digging their own graves with this shit.

    1. If I’d think along the lines of Nassim Taleb:
      Feminism is something that is fragile, it will aim for short term benefit at the cost of long term pain. A bit of fame and then it’s over. Back to ice cream and netflix and cats and masturbation. *
      Evolution is anti-fragile, actually the stressor, that Feminism is will make it evolution better. And you can already see it happening: Men avoid those kinds of women, some men stay totally away and some let other women take empty spot. You are the best example for it, you are headed towards Asia.
      So yeah, painful period, but it’ll end. And no, feminism will not have the last word.

      *On a side note, I often hear that women enjoy masturbation much less than men, which gives me quite some schadenfreude tbh 😀

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