This week, we will briefly address an example of how feminists tried to destroy a man's career just because he told the truth.
Nowadays, the truth seems to be repulsive. Saying it may cause one to lose its job, its good standing, and the support from its peers. Such is the sad state of modern affairs.
This blog is a huge proponent of truth – albeit not an advocate of the axiom “the whole truth and nothing but the truth” since sometimes it is more convenient to let some truths remain in obscurity (for national security and stability reasons); furthermore we and Political Correctness are foes.
Sir Tim Hunt and the problem of working with “girls”
"Three things happen when [girls] are in the lab: you fall in love with them, they fall in love with you, and when you criticise them they cry."
This statement alone was deemed just cause for the University College of London (UCL) to invite the honorary professor to resign. Under the guise of defending “gender equality”, the UCL is teaching its pupils that giving your honest opinion, telling the truth, is so great an inconvenience that they might as well lie their way through life. Moreover, the university is sending the message that men are never again, in the history of mankind, to give their opinion in public; society does not want men to tell the truth, even though half of it complains about their “chronic dishonesty”.
"Men and women are equally likely to engage in an office romance – 55% of men surveyed said they have participated in some type of workplace relationship while 56% of women surveyed have done the same." - in Vault's 2014 Office Romance Survey
Sir Tim told the truth, as uncomfortable as it may have sounded. There are women who flirt with their male colleagues (and even female ones); women who sleep with their colleagues; women who get hysterical in the workplace, and women who once a month either become irrational and intransigent or cry when they are confronted with a mistake. We never know when one of these "professionals" will be allotted to us but when they are, that doesn't mean that we shouldn't be allowed to talk about it to create change. It seems like there are only two solutions here: either the mentioned type of woman changes her behaviour or she remains true to her irrationality and accepts the criticism gracefully - but to censor others, due to her feminist susceptibilities, is unacceptable and unattractive (there's nothing worst than a Gestapo wannabe).
One would think that women wanted to be respected, but by going after men who share their opinion and tell the truth, women lose the respect of society at large, because who wants to deal with petty females who can't handle the truth and react in a vindictive way? Such individuals deserve our utmost contempt.
“(..) the same women that declared war on males are exactly the ones that find themselves powerless, helpless and sometimes submissive (even though not consciously) when before their male counterparts. I wonder if these pseudo-amazons realise how futile their efforts are...” - in Above All: Humans
The feminist question is now as exhausting as the racial one; because not only it hasn't kept up with times but it also became a movement hell-bent on destroying men's lives (going thus against the very nature of things).