The War on Men

Article here. Excerpt:

'This is going to be an unpopular opinion, offered as it is in a maelstrom of headlines and revelations -- many long overdue -- about powerful men who have sexually abused, harassed, assaulted or otherwise exploited others. Each day brings new allegations, and nearly every day, more heads roll. But obscured behind the legitimate outrage against sexual predators is an unceasing cultural onslaught against men that should concern us every bit as much as the predation dominating the news.

I am absolutely not referring to current efforts to expose the men accused of sexual harassment or assault. I am speaking of a longer-term and more insidious attack against men -- and masculinity -- generally.

Masculinity itself risks becoming a dirty word. Across the country, workshops are being held to teach men how to avoid "toxic masculinity." It's one thing to suggest, as some of these workshops do, that there is healthy and unhealthy masculinity. (Personal definitions of "masculinity" that equate maleness with violence or exploitation, for example, are clearly detrimental.) But the same could be said of any human attribute or relationship. There are toxic parents, toxic spouses, toxic co-workers; there is healthy self-love, and then there is narcissism, and so on.'

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... flesh and blood women for sex doll/droids is ALREADY happening even though the tech/art of sexbots is still in its infancy. Hell by 2030, I can only imagine where they'll be at and how many more men'll be banging robots in lieu of actual women. The Feminist War on Men isn't going to slow this down any.

Human society is definitely headed in a seriously fucked-up direction. But at least our population will start contracting, alas, at one hell of a price.

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