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>Ducks Going Their Own Way (DGTOW)

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Donald Duck was evidently a Duck Going His Own Way. This Disney cartoon from 1954 pretty much sums up, in 7 short minutes, every single discussion on every MGTOW message board ever, right down to the little jokes about Daisy riding what we might call the “bad boy duck cock carousel.”

This is quite literally how MGTOWer’s see the world, except for the part about everyone being a duck. (Oh, and that Donald doesn’t blame modern feminism for Daisy’s behavior, as it didn’t actually exist in 1954.)

Thanks, I guess, to the fellows on MGTOWforums.com for finding this.

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triplanetary
11 years ago

>subjugate you*

Captain Bathrobe
11 years ago

>triplanetary said… Considering that she makes more money than I, it seems unlikely. You must be mistaken. Women don't work for their money, they marry up and take half their husband's money. Are you sure she isn't whiting out one of the digits on your paycheck in an attempt to subjugate her? Women are tricky like that.No, it's because I'm a great big mangina, don't you know? Feminism has impoverished me and muddled up my brain. Mark my words, before long I'll be tearing my hair and gnashing my teeth, wondering why o why did I not listen to EWME and his ilk…Oh, wait, no I won't.

Captain Bathrobe
11 years ago

>Re: unisex bathrooms, my university had them in the dorms, and it was the opposite of sexy. Somehow seeing my bleary-eyed hall mates brushing their teeth in the morning was not as boner-inducing as EWME would imagine.

girlscientist
11 years ago

>@Rachel Swirsky:I worked for a sexually/morally harassing paranoid narcissist for over three years. I did see the warning signs and I felt something was off from the beginning, but I chose to ignore it. I also have friends who have been in abusive relationships and the feeling from the start that something if wrong and that the relationship is too good to be true is very common. Once you come out of the relationship you start thinking things over and you realise you should have listened to your instincts. I'm no big fan of de Becker's, but he is absolutely right on that one. Again, it's not the abused person's fault that nobody has taken the time to tell them that, and there is no way you can defend yourself against an abuser's blitzkrieg if you're not armed with a strong sense of self and of your boundaries. Naiveté should never be considered as an invitation for cruelty. But once you've been made aware of the necessity of the lesson, it's not so difficult to learn.

girlscientist
11 years ago

>@Rachel Swirsky:P.S.: Before an idea is proven or disproven, it's called a hypothesis, not a theory. If you don't know the meaning of a word, don't use it.

Rachel Swirsky
11 years ago

>That's right, girlscientist. Language is probably absent of all contextual slippage, and it is definitely more offensive to use culturally acceptable connotations in casual conversation than it is to opine randomly without any recourse to, I dunno, the academic scholarship on the subject.

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