14 comments on “Not “Whining” But Speaking Truth To Power

  1. If a black man came up to me and said “Black men spend more time in prison than whites for the same crimes, here are the statistics to back that up.”, I would not accuse him of whining. It’s true, and it’s not right. Everyone regardless of gender, creed, race etc… should be treated equally by the law.

    Pointing out the injustices men face in today’s ginocentric society is not whining, and changing these justices in in the best interest of everyone, not just men. This is easily demonstrated by the fact that women’s happiness has been declining the past 40 years (coincidence?).

    Concerning the laid thing, it shows two things.

    – A woman’s world view is centered around her vagina
    – It is an indirect admittance that women have little to nothing other than sex to offer men

    It’s shaming language, and goes well in our sex obsessed society with the notion that a man not valued by women is worthless. In some way this is an extremely patriarchal viewpoint.

    • If a black man came up to me and said “Black men spend more time in prison than whites for the same crimes, here are the statistics to back that up.”, I would not accuse him of whining. It’s true, and it’s not right. Everyone regardless of gender, creed, race etc… should be treated equally by the law.

      That’s an amazingly accurate parallel. And by the way, its the EXACT same studies which show discrimination against blacks, that show discrimination against men in general.

  2. Projection is what it is. Wimminz blame everything in the world on the super-secret Pay-tree-archy,. Never mind that every time they’re forced to argue specifics, their points are exposed as essentially ludicrous. No, siree, Jack. The Pay-tree-archy is everywhere and nowhere and the total abscence of evidence for it just shows how powerful it really is.

  3. When someone accuses you of whining when you are attempting to express
    a legitimate concern they are too cowardly to just say “your concerns are of no importance to me.”

    Women do not often get accused of whining,because they will double down until a white knight comes along, and no matter how petty or trivial, there will be a lackie so low as to address it for her in an attempt for female sexual attention.

    You are lacking the requisite vagina and mammary glads to have your concerns
    respected.

  4. A man gets accused of whining when he decides to put his concerns first instead of the womans’.
    That’s all it is, women want the freedom to benefit from men’s feelings through sympathy, curiosity, passion, etc.
    They hate it when men have concerns of their own, because it shatters the idea that the woman can do no wrong, and that “men have no feelings”.
    It also makes women accountable for what they do, and have to apologise when they do wrong.
    But of course, it seems women don’t want to be accountable, and they NEVER want to apologise.
    When was the last time you saw a guy getting an apology from a girl, unless the girl was TERRIFIED of losing him?
    There’s a general lack of civility in many “relationships” that men have been conditioned to accept through years of sass on the television, advice that they “should be grateful for whoever they get” and “you have not grown up until you are in a relationship” and “you are not a woman, you don’t know how it is”(I reply… women don’t know what it’s like to be men either.)
    I think that’s the reason it’s always been drummed into us that “men have no feelings”: It’s easy to abuse something that “has no feelings”. Or to be more accurate, “has feelings that DON’T benefit women by putting them first, always”.

    • On the other hand, another explanation might be:
      “Men who are not wanted have no feelings”.
      After all, very few people have not heard the story of the boyfriend or husband that was allowed to have a full range of emotions up to criminal behaviour… and other people are told “You just don’t understand him”.
      Tying back to one set of rules for the men that women consider as USEFUL,
      and another set of rules for the men who are WANTED.

    • I think it’s pure projection. Women saying that “men have no feelings” are hypocrites, it’s not men who have no feelings, but themselves. How else can they manipulate “useful” (read: beta) males without remorse?

      • They’d never agree it was manipulation,
        because in the woman’s mind
        “My presence is my gift to you, so please pay my way. Of course, you cannot expect anything more from me unless I deign to give it, and you may not speak about our meeting unless you want me to destroy your reputation to others.”
        You may think it’s exaggeration, but I saw it way too many times at overseas at university, where the nice guys were ruthlessly exploited… and then told in earshot “you know we can never date right? Because you’re such a nice guy” along with “Oh him? He’s just a friend.”

  5. I’ll make a point here:

    It is whining when you do not “do” anything about it.

    That is, people who complain about how women have all the power, and then do absolutely nothing to change that – are whining. Sorry if that offends anybody.

    Also – above, there is the statement that “black men have been the most damaged by feminism”.

    I will agree with, and expand upon that a pinch.

    Feminism (according to what I have read), was started by upper middle class WHITE women (and some men I suppose).

    I stands to reason that when you start “forcing” all women to live in the model of an upper middle class white woman, minorities will get hardest hit.

    Since feminism was not about equality, but the hatred of men, it stands to reason that minority men, and men of other classes will be hit hardest of all.

    The funny thing is, feminism self-proclaimed that it wasn’t racist.

    Another lie.

    What the f*ck would any upper middle class white woman know about oppression in the first place.

    • That is, people who complain about how women have all the power, and then do absolutely nothing to change that – are whining. Sorry if that offends anybody.

      In principle I have no problem with that except what consitutes “doing something” is poorly defined. For exapmle, gamers consider anything except (non-existent) game to be not doing anything.

      • This “doing something” requires nothing more than watching your wallet, following the guidelines of the false rape society, and developing your skills along with job mobility.
        Also good to remember the saying: “If the kitten didn’t want me, I don’t want the cat”.

        • Yes, just simple things. I could tell a story from my mid 30’s to clarify, but I’ll save it for my blog.

          Blogging, signing things, writing senators, even publicly voicing your opinion is something.

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