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Misogyny Theater 4: Everybody Wants to Shag the MRAs

Misogyny Theater is back with Episode 4!

If you paid any attention to A Voice for Men’s recent conference in – well, near – Detroit, you probably heard about the guy who was ejected from the conference after reportedly “petting” a reporter and a number of other men. (You can read about him here.)

In this episode of Misogyny Theater, we return to the Man Going His Own Way who calls himself Sandman to hear his highly speculative theories about this gentleman and his activities.

Sandman also warns Men’s Rightsers and MGTOWers that if they get together in large groups, they will inevitably attract opportunistic sex-seekers eager to take advantage of the man surplus for their own perverse ends. Apparently, angry dudes who hate women are like catnip to gay men and straight ladies alike.

The audio for this little cartoon of mine comes from Sandman’s video “Men’s Rights Molester.” I have indicated edits in the audio with little scratchy sounds. And I’ve bleeped out the name of the alleged molester. Otherwise it’s all straight Sandman.

My previous Misogyny Theater episode featuring Sandman can be found here.

Crowd chatter and buzzer sounds from FreeSFX.

 

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Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

*dishes by hand, even Japanese style (two bins, almost no running water)

Uses more water than a water saver dishwasher.

kittehserf MOD
kittehserf MOD
7 years ago

mildlymagnificent – that pretty much confirms what I thought. Given most people in Oz live in cities or suburbia, it’s not exactly an option even for those who do want to commit to backbreaking and possibly crippling (in every sense) agricultural labour.

katz
7 years ago

Green roofs require water, unfortunately :/ We have a white roof, though.

Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

True enough, and if you don’t have the water for a green roof, not like you can to worry about runoff!

katz
7 years ago

Well, you do have to worry about the runoff still, because flash floods.

I’m cautious about green roofs, although I’m sure there are mad genius civil engineers working on them. It’s just that plants require maintenance and roofs are not very accessible. What a nightmare a roof infestation of Chinese sumac would be.

Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

Bunker house! Ok, they’re called earth berms — http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earth_house — but it’s basically a hobbit hole. They’re a far cry from the houses we’re used to though, and idk how keen I am on the excavation requirements, but wet hot weather? Caves are the win.

Me personally? Cave, with an entryway big enough to collect required levels of water and hold up solar panels, composting toilet // septic drain field, probably leave the front of the cave relatively open to the elements so I’m not stealing critter homes, wire me for internet and I’m a happy camper. (I have low requirements, I’m perfectly happy in my 8’x10′ room, I’d be happier if I had a smaller bed and more shelf space, but 100 sq ft and 70 year round? Wire in the ‘net and toss me a mattress!)

mildlymagnificent
7 years ago

Cave? For most of us a house on the side of a hill, or at least a rise, half excavated, half built above ground, would be a more roomy, more comfortable option. There are quite a few old houses in Adelaide built that way on level ground with the lower floor half in, half out of the ground. And my sister lived for a while in Coober Pedy in an entirely dugout home, that was complete bliss – temperature wise anyway.

Friends of ours lived in one of those houses with a not-quite-underground lower floor rather than a fully dug cellar. Didn’t need air conditioning because on a really hot day or during a heatwave week, they spent their time downstairs – and being an old house it had really high ceilings anyway so there was plenty of scope for air circulation.

Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

Lol, I meant cave for me! Mostly because I kinda like the ones that are sorta open to the outside. Everybody else, please, feel free to dig into a hill (or such)!

cassandrakitty
cassandrakitty
7 years ago

If men are just layin’ about then women can choose not to cook for them or clean up any of their stuff. When they get hungry they’ll get off their asses and clean out a pot and cook something for themselves.

You’re a dude, right? This doesn’t always work, and suggesting it implies that you think that any woman whose husband is not currently pulling his weight around the house is either too stupid to try it or in some other way responsible for his lack of effort. That’s not cool.

I haven’t read the rest of the thread yet but please tell me I’m not the only one rapidly running out of patience with Mr Smug here.

emilygoddess - MOD
emilygoddess - MOD
7 years ago

Cassandra, you raise a good point. And it makes me think of another: if getting men to pull their domestic weight was as simple as simply refusing to do our share, Betty Friedan wouldn’t have had to write The Feminine Mystique, because we’d have fixed the domestic labor gap centuries ago, because I highly doubt CVC is the first person to think of it (and if CVC is a man, then he apparently thinks centuries of women just needed him to mansplain this simple solution to us).

kittehserf MOD
kittehserf MOD
7 years ago

Man or not, quite a few suspicions were raised yesterday about CVC. I raised the bit about how easy it is for women to get men to pull their weight, too. But CVC is one of the doesn’t-answer variety of commenter. I’m leaning toward calling zir a troll.

And yeah, patience all gone with this one.

Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

Cassandra — that you are not. And fuck, I’d LOVE that sort of lifestyle if it wasn’t absolutely grueling work and very difficult to maintain purely in terms of food, nearly impossible in terms of everyone pulling their weight.

Me? Little things, like my usual bag having an ikea bag stuffed away in it — less plastic bags to add to my bag collection! Fish water gets used to water the plants. Stupidly simple things like that. Even in ideal land I don’t imagine I could be self sustaining — energy wise maybe, probably, if only because all the fish stuff is amazingly energy efficient and I only need a TV for Doctor Who.

But food and opting out completely? It’s grueling when everyone does all they can, you end up feeding slackers (and you will, and they’ll probably be the same men expecting the women to do their washing) and it’s a good way to destroy your body — both in terms of labor and nutrition.

PS Ikea’s environmental policies make me go gaga.

cassandrakitty
cassandrakitty
7 years ago

I’m an environmentalist so I’m all for people doing what they can on a personal level to reduce their impact, but on a macro level, individuals can’t solve the problems by ourselves. It’s going to take massive intergovernmental cooperation to get us out of the hole we’ve dug, and it needs to start soon, because we’re running out of time. If anyone actually believes that getting all their friends to adopt a subsistence lifestyle would fix the problem, well, I guess that’s a comforting fiction, but unfortunately it is a fiction.

(I’d still be calling this particular person out for the ongoing sexist cluelessness even if that wasn’t the case. The earlier stuff about birth control was an annoyance, and this latest pile of splainey bullshit is not encouraging me to be any more patient.)

Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

“It’s going to take massive intergovernmental cooperation to get us out of the hole we’ve dug, and it needs to start soon, because we’re running out of time.”

That is, sadly, not a comment for the noptopus. And it’s part of my ikea love — yes, gov’ns HAVE TO step up, but companies can do so without having to be legally ordered to, so fucking do so! Ikea? Has, so much so.

Walmart? Well, punches for them! Well, fake punches. Legislation would be ideal, but I’d settle for landing in a bed of cactī.

Gah, I’m gonna get rants if I continue, so I’ll go for my favorite hyperbole — stop burning dinosaurs before Earth turns into Venus!

Headless Unicorn Guy
Headless Unicorn Guy
7 years ago

Sandman also warns Men’s Rightsers and MGTOWers that if they get together in large groups, they will inevitably attract opportunistic sex-seekers eager to take advantage of the man surplus for their own perverse ends. Apparently, angry dudes who hate women are like catnip to gay men and straight ladies alike.

Obnoxious MGTOWer looking in the mirror:

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