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I Am Proud to Be a Gender Essentialist

Posted on the 19 September 2014 by Calvinthedog

And I really do hate Amanda Marcotte. I always wondered why the Manosphere hated her so much, and now I get it. She is a stereotypical feminist lunatic crazy bitch on steroids. Here is one of her latest insipid tirades.

Honestly I dislike all Identity Politics types.

According to Marcotte, gender essentialism is where you think there are inherent biological differences between men and women. Gender essentialism is sexism. In that case, I am absolutely a sexist 100%, and I am very proud to be one. Not only that, but I am certain I will be a proud sexist for the rest of my life.

Marcotte says that if you believe that men are more aggressive or violent then women, then you are a sexist. I certainly believe that men are more aggressive and violent then women, and not only that, but it is inborn in men and women to be this way.

Marcotte says if you believe that men are less nurturing then women, you are a sexist. Of course men are far less nurturing than women, and this is inborn.

Much of the post is about whether men have better critical thinking skills than women. I think I will pass on that one, but my only comment would be that although women can be excellent at critical thinking, they do not like to do the sort of critical thinking that involves the abstract word of ideas and concepts. However, I believe that women are excellent at critical thinking when it comes to relationships, children, the sexes and other things that they value. Its not that they cannot do that pure intellectual type thinking, but it’s more that they think it is boring.

That is why the female pure intellectual is not so common as the male pure intellectual. I have met some very smart women, some with IQ’s of 140+. However, many of them could not be described as pure intellectuals. They are just as smart as men with the same IQ, but these women found that intellectual world to be a snooze-fest. They were simply not interested in things like that.

Their interests were more along the lines of people, the sexes, the emotions, sexuality, human personality, relationships and whatnot. This is the sort of thing women really get off on, and when it comes to intuitive thinking along those lines, no one does it better than a woman. So it’s not that one gender is inferior and the other is superior, it is more that their brains are different and their intelligences are more geared to certain areas as opposed to others. It’s a matter of interests, not ability.

Marcotte says if you think men can handle rough and tumble criticism and women tend to shy away from such things, then you are a sexist. But this is probably true. Women can be catty as Hell, but they dislike raw verbal aggression. They probably think it is ugly, scary or ridiculous, and often it is.

Let us ask my Mother, the smartest woman in the world about this. I told her that they are many people on line who absolutely love to fight with other people.

They get into wild fights with other posters and commenters that go on forever. In many cases, they insult and threaten each other, try to get each other fired from jobs, threaten to turn each other into authorities for some sort of violation, try to get each other kicked off websites of ISP’s, dig up personal dirt on each other and air it on the web, set up whole webpages just to smear other people, post under a never-ending array of fake names and handles (morphing), etc. I told her that a lot of them seem to actually enjoy this sort of ugliness, and they often spend hours a day attacking each other. Some of them were high-ranking people with good jobs such as university professors.

She nodded her head like she had heard it a million times.

“They’re mostly men, right?” She asked.

“Yes! They are almost all men!”

“Of course,” she said, shrugging her shoulders.

So going by that, it seems men love to fight just for the sake of fighting, and women do not. Who can take criticism better? All I know is that my girlfriends keep complaining that I have insulted them even when I didn’t intend to. They get horribly offended and angry, call me names, threaten me in various ways, try to hit me, break down into tears, refuse to talk to me for days on end. A lot of them seem to find fault in all sorts of petty things. So going by that, I would say that women don’t take criticism very well. In fact, they tend to break down.

Marcotte says that if you agree with or make statements like this, you are a misogynist:

Listen, honey. I go to strip clubs every week. I love women — especially when they’re covered in oil.

I do love women, especially when they are covered in oil. And I used to love to go to strip clubs. In that case, I am very proud to be a misogynist.

Marcotte says that if you believe that gendered violence in men (that is, men beating, raping, and killing women) is inborn, then you are a sexist. I do believe this. I do not believe that men are born to be violent towards women. Men are biologically more violent period, to both sexes. And yes, they are biologically more prone to rape. This sort of gendered violence will always be with us. You can reduce it, but it will never go away.

Bottom line is according to this women and countless other feminist nuts, I am a sexist and a misogynist. I agree with her, and I am very proud to be these things.


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