Wednesday, January 02, 2008

The evil that feminists do.


SUZANNE waxes sanctimoniously about the dark, shameful days of her past when she was *gasp* a man-hating, ball-busting feminist. But Pah-raise Jeeezuz she saw the light and was saved, SAVED from her unnatural, slutty feminist ways. Can I get an “Amen”, brothers and sisters?

When I was a feminist, many years ago, used to think women were oppressed and victims. And like this columnist, I thought many men had it in for women-- especially smart women. A woman who raised her voice against the patriarchy was a woman setting herself to be a victim because she challenged the pecking order.

And we all know how protective men can be about their “pecking”.

That's the way you think when you're a feminist: it's all about power. It's all about classifying yourself as a victim when things don't go your way.

Unlike, say, the way you think when you’re a right wing, neocon, fetus fetishist. Then it’s all about ramming your opinions down other people’s throats. That is totally different.

Tanya Gold says that men want women lobotomized. The proof? When she attended speed dating sessions and pretended to be a high-powered, intellectual, professional, men were turned off. But when she pretended to be a dumb florist with the IQ of a doorknob, men were interested.

Proving once again that real men only want to marry women who can’t think for themselves. Like my husband, for example. I know this is true because he told me.

It doesn't seem to occur to Ms. Gold that the reason men might have been turned off by her presentation is because she came off too strong and showed herself to be interested in things that the other person may not be interested in.

Girls these days! Always trying to be smart and stuff. That’s no way to catch a man.

I used to be like that, too. I thought coming on strong and showing my cards was an asset. It works when you find the right person who happens to click with you. It worked with my husband. But with most men, it doesn't work. Coming on too strong makes most people uncomfortable. It doesn't matter what the circumstance is: whether you're looking for a dating partner, a friend or a business partner.

Honey, trust me, nobody wants to see your “cards”. And coming on too strong does make people uncomfortable – especially when you try to force your extremist views on them. I’m not naming names here *cough* SUZANNE *cough* ... I’m just sayin’.

And yes, when you have specialized, very intellectual pursuits, most people are not going to be interested. That is why I don't talk a lot about abortion with other people. Are you shocked? That's what my blog's for. (Not to mention the fact it's a real lightning rod issue). I also happen to like Church history and poetry. Unless you find another historian or a poet, nobody cares. It's not a man-woman thing. It's a universal thing.

Suzanne, Suzanne, SUZANNE ... you have got to be kidding me. Let’s just bask in the sheer audacity of that statement for a minute, hmmmm? That is why I don't talk a lot about abortion with other people. Done basking? Good. From this day forward, that sentence will stand as a monument to the complete and utter hypocrisy that is Suzie ALL-CAPS (thanks, PSA). Every time she starts off on some fetus-fetishist rant I want everyone to call bullshit, got it?

When she was "dumb" she seemed to ask the men about their interests. Her questions were stupid, but so what? She was trying to get the other person to talk. But when she played the professional, she seemed focused only on her interests.

Which is so typically feminist. You know - be smart, have your own opinions, expect people to be interested in what you might have to say - nobody likes that. Again, I can’t stress this enough, that’s no way to catch a man.

It is human nature to like people who act interested in your pursuits. If I were dating, and a man with a borderline IQ would ask me about my job and interests, that would be a definite plus in his favour. Sure, I'd really want a guy who has approximately the same area of interests and IQ, but maybe if he respects what I do, I'm going to like him. We can click.

And as long as I completely repress who I really am, I can (say it with me, people) ... “Catch myself a man!”

Ms. Gold seemed to feel entitled to men liking her because of her brain. For many men, brains are an asset. It's just that you can be a veritable genius in academia, but if you have poor social skills, you're not going to attract men. Smart women often do not get that. They think that being able to converse about high-brow matters makes entitled to being liked and respected. When they don't get that respect, they turn sour against men. That's why I think they are so many smart women in the world who are feminists. It's easier to blame society for the lack of social skills.

So to conclude, smart women i.e. feminists = unnatural, bitter and alone. Dumb women i.e. me = married. There, that wasn’t hard, was it?

And no, I’m not adding a link to her cesspool of a blog. She’ll just redirect it to some abortion porn monstrosity and nobody with a brain wants to see that. The things I do for you people. Christ, I need a drink and it’s not even 11:00am.

Just for that, I’m posting pictures of my new boots all over the place.

26 comments:

Ti-Guy said...

God, that woman's been reliving every trauma since high school. I'm surprised she didn't admit that during her period as a doctrinaire feminist (*snort*), she had one or several lesbian experiences.

At least she's admitted she's just another one of these brainless "former liberals" who was hijacked by reality (ie. a neocon). What they never seem to realise is that they always were and still are slaves to fashion who adopt uncritically the themes and mores of the Zeitgest as personal principles, either because they don't have any core ones of their own, or because, quite plainly, they're stupid.

I really do sympathise with those who've been critical of liberalism, socialism, and to a certain extent, feminism and who've been given a rough ride because of that, but you don't throw the baby out with the bathwater just because someone was rude or blunt. If you're that fragile, then you should probably realise that you're not much of a people person and should stick to writing bad poetry about your tortured soul, rather than try to engage with other people.

chris said...

"Sure, I'd really want a guy who has approximately the same area of interests and IQ, but..."
The visiting hours are too restrictive?

(P.S. and OT-Has anyone seen Red Tory? I'm getting a 404:page not found.)

jj said...

"“Catch myself a man!” I've caught a few, threw them all back, though. I think of it as "Catch And Release" fishing.

M@ said...

LuLu, this blog isn't going to catch itself any male readers if you're just going to screech about feminism and equality and stuff. Real men -- men who would be interested in a spunky tomato like SUZANNE!!!1! -- just don't care. I hope you checked with CC or PSA before you posted that.

Also, would it kill you to add a LOL or two? I mean, lighten up, toots.

Wayne said...

Red Toy is Johnnytard at the momment.

Ti-Guy said...

Red Toy is Johnnytard at the momment.

No, that's gone too, Waynikins.

I hope he saved all of that work, somewhere.

LuLu said...

Again with the "Toots" ... m@ you sweet talker, you.

Mike said...

Well, time for some honesty that perhaps Suzanne didn't realize - guys went for the dumb acting girl, not because they wanted a long term relationship with her, but because they wanted a really short-term relationships with her. And to possibly capture it on video for their friends and for 'the internets'.

And speed dating? Jesus, it you think speed dating is about getting a life mate, you are truly out to friggin' lunch.

Meaning of course that Tanya Gold is right, in a sense - when men are looking for a meaningful overnight relationship, the dumber the better. Playing dumb or being dumb plays to a man's ego, which is the #2 thing he likes being stroked by a woman.

When she played it smart, the men, who were most assuredly there to get laid not married, saw a women who was more serious and went for 'easier prey' if you will. Only men actually looking for the long term had any interest in her and they are decidedly in the minority in that situation.

So, although a bit over the top, Golds analysis is right and Suzanne merely proves it in spades.

Balbulican said...

I think you guys are missing the most important dating tip of all, which is, as SUZANNE points out, DON'T obsess about abortion on a first date. It sends entirely the wrong message.

Ti-Guy said...

And speed dating? Jesus, it you think speed dating is about getting a life mate, you are truly out to friggin' lunch.

I thought speed-dating was about making money for the people who organise speed-dating events? Kind of like Tupperware parties, except with fewer prospects for scoring.

Wouldn't it be wonderful if all of us, all of sudden became united around the fact that commerce, as it's done now, probably explains 99% of what most of us find irritating about modern life?

counter-coulter said...

Ti-Guy said...
I'm surprised she didn't admit that during her period as a doctrinaire feminist (*snort*), she had one or several lesbian experiences.


Isn't that redundant? I thought that all man-hating, butch haircut, flannel wearing, feminists were lesbians by definition?

counter-coulter said...

P.S: LuLu, I believe the proper phrase is "Pah-raise Jeebus"

LuLu said...

Everyone's a critic - besides SUZANNE would never call Him by anything but His correct name. So Jeebus is out ...

E in MD said...

DON'T obsess about abortion on a first date. It sends entirely the wrong message.

By Blogger Balbulican, at 12:20 PM



Bahahahahahaah!

Scotian said...

Speaking on behalf of myself and my wife, SUZANNE is clearly delusional. I met my wife when I was 30, prior to that I had been quite active on the dating scene with a very promiscuous history as I have referenced once or twice before. I found that consistently the only women I could stand to have around me for longer than a matter of weeks were the ones with brains/intelligence and were not afraid to use it. The ones that did not I dumped, even when the chemistry made for excellent sex. While great sex is wonderful, it is not the basis for a healthy relationship, at least not in my worldview.

Indeed, my wife caught my attention the day I met her because she unlike everyone else around me was able to tell when I was making a dry humorous comment instead of being serious about something. That caused her to stick out of the crowd, and as time went on and we got to know each other better we found ourselves more and more drawn together until we finally were married a few years later. She wanted a bright man and I wanted a bright woman, and we both got what we wanted and we are both very happy and content within our marriage.

As Mike noted most males looking for a good time are not looking for brains, they are looking for easy scores. Men looking for long term partners though in my experience tend to prefer a woman with smarts/brains, well except for those Neanderthal males that still think men are inherently superior and must protect the fragile female from all the harshness of life like thinking for herself, acting on her own beliefs, etc.

SUZANNE ironically enough undercuts her argument without seeing that, which underscores just how limited her own intellectual capacity clearly is, which is a laugh riot when one reads about how intellectually capable she apparently sees herself as.

Wayne said...

So talking about late age abortion of Taliban would be out.

Ti-Guy said...

I had been quite active on the dating scene with a very promiscuous history as I have referenced once or twice before.

What? When? Either I missed that or the porn settings on my parental control software were too restrictive. ;)

jj said...

"Coming on too strong makes most people uncomfortable."

So do dangly little plastic fetus earrings.

Dr.Dawg said...

OK, where are the boots pics? I've been waiting all day. Tease.

LuLu said...

Trust me, my good doctor, this joint would be plastered with pics of my new boots if I could only find the cable for my digital camera.

Did I mention there's a black hole in my house?

Raphael Alexander said...

It's a shame Red Tory deleted his blogs [both]. He's an interesting character, but he appears to have gone off the deep end lately...

KEvron said...

"So talking about late age abortion of Taliban would be out."

stinks like flop sweat in here....

KEvron

LuLu said...

He's an interesting character, but he appears to have gone off the deep end lately...

Whereas the average BT is a paragon of sanity and reasoned discourse, right? Not even close.

I'll take RT's intelligentsia over the fetid musings of your blogging compatriots anyday, Raphael.

KEvron said...
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KEvron said...

"but he appears to have gone off the deep end lately..."

still stings, does it?

KEvron

Miss Cellania said...

You could make the same rant and have it not be about feminism at all, because it really has nothing to do with what she actually said (from the excerpts here). Smart people may or may not show off how smart they are, male or female. The audience won't like it (male or female) because its selfish. Wise people ask questions and show interest in who they are talking to (male or female, smart or not). Because most folks are looking for the NICE (male or female) for a long term relationship (partner or friendship).

Now, you can take this basic premise and make it about any kind of lifestyle you want, depending on what you want to argue about. Feminism in this case.