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Return of Kings: Sneaky feminists want to castrate men, toss them into concentraton camps

Feminists, always up to something!

With a self-professed “pussy grabber” now living in the White House, you’d think the reactionary douchebags at reactionary douchebag central, Return of Kings, would be feeling pretty chuffed.

Not so much. While Trump signs anti-abortion executive orders and talks about gutting the Violence Against Women Act, the fellas at RoK are worried that feminists are coming for their balls. Chemically speaking, that is.

In a recent post, regular RoK contributor Corey Savage takes a wildly paranoid look at what he calls “10 Feminist Fantasies That Could Become A Reality In The Near Future.”

Ignoring standard feminist fantasies like, let’s say, “getting through a day without some dude on the internet threatening to rape you because you won’t agree that  rape culture is a myth” or “setting aside a weekend to binge-watch the 4th season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer for the third time,” Savage decides to treat us to what seems to be a trip through his weirdest fears, some of which might actually be repressed desires.

So what is Savage worried about? Everything from polyandry to “consent forms” for sex. And did I mention chemical castration?

Here are some of the highlights from his list.

Helping women will become a hate crime:

After complaining about a UK law that supposedly bans men from trying to pick up women in public (it doesn’t, actually), Savage warns his readers, based on absolutely nothing, that such laws

might spread to the rest of the West and expand to include other misogynist offenses including: looking at a woman (what feminists call “stare rape”), calling a trans-woman a he (there’s already a similar law in New York), arguing with women online, manspreading, mansplaining, helping a woman, and so on.

Government-Sponsored Feminist Tribunals

It might be a little tough to convict men of such offenses as manspreading or aggravated woman-helping in a regular court. Savage concludes that the government will therefore set up a whole new court system just to screw over men, a system of feminist “tribunals similar to the kangaroo courts in universities and HR departments at workplaces, all in the name of creating a harmonious society free of hate.”

Non-contact Sex

Consider that we already live in a world where walking past some deranged woman will get you accused of sexual assault. In the future, all physical contact with women may become sternly discouraged or even forbidden that more men will retreat to porn and sexbots as alternatives. 

I’m pretty sure that quite a few men (and plenty of non-men as well) already use porn and a wide assortment of sex toys. Also phone sex, sexting, their own vivid imaginations, and so on and so on. “Non-contact sex” has been around as long as “contact sex.”

Bachelor taxes:

An old Men’s Rights favorite boogeyman!

With the drop in number of men who are [marrying] that coincides with the rising number of single mothers who need to leech the welfare state, it’s not too unreasonable to expect a push for bachelor tax that will penalize men who refuse to put a ring on an aging, post-slut sow.

Castration:

Well, “castration” of a chemical kind.

[D]ocile and compliant dogs are the ideal that feminists aim for in their efforts to domesticate men.… If all men are violent hooligans and rapists as some feminists claim, then the next logical step is to let the government control men’s testosterone levels to an “acceptable” level.

And then we come to the camps, and not the fun kind.

Feminist Re-Education Camps:

[I]t won’t be long before men who have been found guilty of misogynist hate crimes to end up in re-education camps. We already have sensitivity training in jobs while colleges are adding courses on toxic masculinity to re-define what it is to be a man on feminist terms. It probably won’t be long before “toxic masculinity” is added to DSM as a mental disorder (in place of homosexuality) and treated like a disease in mental health institutions.

I have to admit that I’m pretty impressed with the way he slipped a little gratuitous homophobia into that last sentence.

Now, if men resist all these evil feminist initiatives, Savage warns, they may well find themselves in even worse kinds of camps. Namely, concentration Camps

No man, no problem! If you’re wondering how feminists could even achieve this, know that there is already an army of goons called the police who will gladly do as they’re told to maintain the gynocentric order.

It’s hard not to wonder if Savage and his Manospherean pals actually live in the same reality as the rest of us.

Here for example, is a piciture of Donald Trump signing an executive order imposing a “global gag rule” that will cut off funding to international organizations that evenso much as mention abortion.

I’m having a little trouble finding the “gynocentric order” in this picture.

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mildlymagnificent
mildlymagnificent
5 years ago

Can’t see any other mention of this so I’ll dump it here. Sorry if I’m ploughing up old ground.

I’ve expressed some sympathy here and there for Melania Trump. However, I didn’t watch the inauguration apart from the brief glimpses on various news items. Did anyone else spot this nasty little moment that I’d not seen until my nose was rubbed in it?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JN9tde-x2nw

Not just that. Have a look at the other “moments” these guys have put together for the day. It’s not just about him being a graceless oaf. There’s more to it than that. All the “forgetting” to include Melania when he turns towards a door or to greet someone. Not only did he not support her in presenting whatever that gift was for Michelle, he seemed to go out of his way, physically, to make it as awkward as possible for Melania.

It was left to the Obamas, both Michelle and Barack, to smooth over his social faux pas and make her more comfortable than he intended to.

I’ll not be in the least surprised if she finds new, or old and boring, excuses to not move into the White House – repeatedly. Before you know it, she’s never moved in, he’s impeached or voluntarily retiring, and they go their separate ways without ever having shared it as a home. (A girl can dream.)

Steven Dutch
Steven Dutch
5 years ago

On my planet, there already IS a “bachelor tax.” According to the 2016 Form 1014, single taxpayers with an AGI of $100,000 owe $21,030, but married taxpayers owe $16,536.

As for ousting Trump, one word: Pence. Which is what the Taliban really wants.

Oh, and the police will “gladly” enforce the gynocentric order. Because the police NEVER trivialize rape complaints.

Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
5 years ago

I think “Feminist stare rape” is a misunderstanding or misconstruing of the very old and very common phrase “He was undressing me with his eyes.”

@Mark

http://i.imgur.com/SwUDPx4.jpg

weirwoodtreehugger: chief manatee
weirwoodtreehugger: chief manatee
5 years ago

On my planet, there already IS a “bachelor tax.” According to the 2016 Form 1014, single taxpayers with an AGI of $100,000 owe $21,030, but married taxpayers owe $16,536.

Did you forget that some single taxpayers are women? You can go ahead and make an argument that married people shouldn’t get special tax privileges over single people. But let’s not pretend there’s a special MGTOW tax.

tim gueguen
5 years ago

This reads just like a couple of things I’ve seen from right wing Christians, who still think the baddies are just waiting around the corner to intern Christians and turn them all into gay Muslim atheist slaves, even though Trump and his band of right wing panderers are in the White House.

Laugher at Bigots, Mincing Betaboy

Where’s Mark? I didn’t see a comment from him.

Ooglyboggles
Ooglyboggles
5 years ago

@Laughter
Steven Dutch is Mark.

NickNameNick
NickNameNick
5 years ago

A perfect example as to why being “civil” with these people and engaging them rationally is a waste of time: even when they get what they want – a man just like them as POTUS – they’ll still claim it isn’t enough, because nothing is ever enough for them.

It’s difficult to not think that, were society somehow able to regress back to something akin to the 1800’s – they’d still fucking complain about all those uppity women-folk and non-whites, despite being even more severely disadvantaged than they already were and having less power to do anything.

I really hate being a cis-het white guy because the other ones are such thin-skinned, self-victimizing assholes who – despite being on top of the goddamn world in comparison to everyone else – either take everything for granted or whine about how some minor annoyance (like, say, hearing marginalized groups condemn the behavior of cis-het white guys for being so inconsiderate of them) may as well be a human rights violation.

I mean, we’re talking about the same group of people who yell “FREEZE PEACH” the moment even the most mild criticism is directed at them and act as if they’re being tormented for it when they aren’t. And what makes it all the more infuriating is that, when a woman or person of color brings up dealing with far worse than anything else they’ve possibly experienced, they resort to victim-blaming or are flippantly dismissive about it.

So, despite obviously not giving a shit about anyone else’s feelings – they still demand that people walk on egg shells for their feelings. The hypocrisy is mind-boggling…

NickNameNick
NickNameNick
5 years ago

On my planet, there already IS a “bachelor tax.” According to the 2016 Form 1014, single taxpayers with an AGI of $100,000 owe $21,030, but married taxpayers owe $16,536.

You do know that applies to both men and women who are single, right? That it isn’t just applied to men? That benefits like that with marriage have been around forever?

Jesus fucking Christ…

PaganReader
5 years ago

I think SFHC was referring to Steven.
ETA: I should have refreshed before commenting.

Steven, I don’t know what police forces you’re referring to, but it sure isn’t American police forces.

NickNameNick
NickNameNick
5 years ago

This reads just like a couple of things I’ve seen from right wing Christians, who still think the baddies are just waiting around the corner to intern Christians and turn them all into gay Muslim atheist slaves, even though Trump and his band of right wing panderers are in the White House.

I lived in a town that was both politically conservative and very Christian and, by Ganesha, even when they are surrounded by like-minded individuals and have nothing that impedes them based on their faith – they’re still convinced they were oppressed.

It was all the worse, given I’m an ethnically Jewish agnostic. So, so many kids from my high school loved trying to convert me and I despised them for it. Moreso when they had the gall to act as if they had it worse than anyone else in the world, ’cause sometimes people didn’t tolerate their homophobic or Islamophobic bullshit and called it out.

Leda Atomica
Leda Atomica
5 years ago

I am torn. Reading this made me realise I almost miss the Men Who Cry Misandry in surreal posts online being the main topic. Remember their disappointing ventures into the real world via undermanned conferences and being discovered coming out of mothers basement in a tabloid?

Now the leader topic in misogyny, racism and anti-LGBTQ is a bunch of wild cards signing away peoples human rights.

Roosh, I can’t believe I am saying this. I miss you.
Nah. It’s still fuck you.

*goes to find the rest of this bottle of vodka*

LindsayIrene
5 years ago

As for ousting Trump, one word: Pence. Which is what the Taliban really wants.

http://image.blingee.com/images19/content/output/000/000/000/7c9/806056894_1053449.gif

James Hutchings
5 years ago

I find it revealing that, despite Trump’s victory, these guys seem to feel every bit as angry and powerless.

PeeVee the (Noice) Sarcastic
PeeVee the (Noice) Sarcastic
5 years ago

Dutch, no matter what site you post on, your comments are reliably absurd and make me giggle.

Not the effect you were aiming for, I’m sure, but nonetheless.

@Mildlymagnificent, I saw that. This is a perfect illustration of the phrase, “she looked crestfallen.”

He is such an asshole.

Viscaria, product of 20,000 evolution
Viscaria, product of 20,000 evolution
5 years ago

There is a single tax code that applies to Steven’s entire planet, if you can believe it. Also, all unmarried people there are men. Steven’s planet is very unlike our own.

Everything from polyandry

Gasp, shock

to “consent forms” for sex.

By coincidence, only yesterday I had a great class that dealt in part with why you can’t actually offer blanket consent to sex through a “consent form,” and how the only people who could possibly want such a thing would be rapists looking to avoid prosecution if their partners changed their minds at any point after signing it.

Lord Pabu
Lord Pabu
5 years ago

I love these citation needed gifs! The more they sparkle, the better. It brings the sun back into my life every time I see one.

And that protest sign sums up everything wrong with politics right now in two words. I dig it.

Ariblester
5 years ago

Unless Steven Dutch has edited their comment (or David?) , I’m not sure why they’re instantly marked as a troll based on what they wrote.

Their comments about the “bachelor tax” (in actuality tax deduction for married couples) were echoed by Mortarius earlier in the thread (though Mortarius’ comment may have been stuck in moderation until now). So while there is definitely a blind spot with regards to non-male single taxpayers, the point is still (kinda?) valid.

I think there would be many religious fundamentalists (“American Taliban”, to borrow a phrase) who would welcome a Pence presidency, given how his views square with much of theirs. There was talk about how Pence would be the Cheney to Trump’s George W.

And it is true that the police do trivialize rape accusations. (I assume the last paragraph was sarcastic).

Granted, I may be missing something blindingly obvious (like a history of trolling under the Steven Dutch nym). If so, I apologize in advance. Could someone help me out here?

ValkyriePleasant
ValkyriePleasant
5 years ago

So my grandfather goes to a gentleman’s club. Every year, they have a debate about whether or not to let women in on their own, rather than just as a guest of a male member. (Just for ‘fun’ ; they’d never actually let women in, that’d be taking equality too far obviously.)

Every year, the same delightful gentleman makes a speech in which he declares emphatically that if they do let women become actual members, within weeks the Very Important Noticeboard which lists their yearly events will be covered in doilies. Because, y’know, all women like doilies, and they’re frivolous, and could not possibly comprehend the purpose of the very Important Noticeboard. Corey Savage’s rant seems to be the natural extension of that kind of logic.

Ariblester
5 years ago

@Lord Pabu

You don’t think that elected officials should be held accountable for their lies?

Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
5 years ago

@Ariblester

History. He’s not only trolled under this name before, but also under over a hundred other names stretching all the way back to either ’13 or ’11 (hey, David, was TruthTeller FactFinder as well, or were the near-identical names just a coincidence?).

weirwoodtreehugger: chief manatee
weirwoodtreehugger: chief manatee
5 years ago

I’m not sure that Steven is Mark, but he does have a history of jackassery.

reimalebario
reimalebario
5 years ago

I don’t think there’s any point in sensitivity training for this guy before he’s had a thorough course of distinguishing between fantasy and reality training.

His screed might as well have been about the dangers of the monsters under his bed for all the connection it has to reality.

Ariblester
5 years ago

@SFHC, wwth

Thanks for the clarification. I was momentarily confused, as a Mark post is usually less…uncontroversial?…to my ears than this post was.

occasional reader
occasional reader
5 years ago

Hello.

Out of topic.

Meanwhile, in Russia…
The laws regarding domestical violences have been downgraded at a large majority (only two cons), with a big push from Orthodox Church. (Sorry, this is the uncomplete article, as you have to be a suscriber to have it full).
I suppose the next step is that if the man hurt himself while beating his wife (homosexual married couples are not allowed in Russia, thus are not concerned by the law), she could be sued for that…

On another new, Mary Tyler Moore is no more. The journal says she was a feminist. Is she famous in your countries ?

Have a nice day.

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