Sooner or later anyone who disagrees with the red pill cult will get accused of being a sockpuppet of everyone else that disagrees with the red pill cult. The so called manosphere acts as if there is only one person who disagrees with them. Sockpuppet accusations aren’t limited to just those of us who disagree with red pill bullshit. It even happens to lukewarm game supporters who get accused of being one or more of us. Why do manospherians accuse us so much of being sockpuppets of each other? It’s not because it’s true of us. It’s true of them.
Earlier this year, we found out about Matt Fornedarmu. At the end of July, Rob Fedders did the same declaration of “leaving the manosphere forever”. Rob Fedders didn’t leave the manosphere. He did a Fornedarmu name change. Rob Fedders is now posting under the name Jeb. (Ironically, this was uncovered by Fifth Donkey who occasionally engages in sockpuppetry himself.) Rob Fedders or “Jeb” didn’t even do a good job of hiding his name change. “Jeb’s” blog is here, and the first post on his new blog was immediately after he wrote his last post on his old blog.
Moving from sockpuppet to sockpuppet appears to be a trend in the so called manosphere. The reason why a lot of manospherians disappear isn’t because they have left (although many of them do leave). It’s because they want to start over fresh in the so called manosphere. It makes one wonder just how many personalities in the so called manosphere are just new identities of old timers that have “left the manosphere”. This is just another example of how manospherians constantly lie to everyone.
The so called manosphere should be called the sockpuppetosphere.