This could fit into any number of threads.
Free Speech on its way to becoming extinct.
The broadcaster didn’t back down after being yanked from his play-by-play job.
“This is part of the world we live in, a big reason why I hate Social Media,” he told 406mtsports.com. “Dumb thing to say maybe, but firing me represents MONTANA values? I think not. MSU promotes Portland values, in Montana. Kneeling is fine, political warm-ups are no problem, but some radio yahoo making wisecracks is a capital offense. Everything I said was true. I guess the truth hurts.”
I happen to have daughters and I have taught them that while having a career as some sort of backup plan isn’t bad, the most important decision they make is who they choose to have kids with.
choose well and he will support you financially while you raise the kids and create a home. Choose badly and you will end up miserable for the rest of your life.
the choice is yours. I have a bunch of kids and my wife hasn’t worked except for the first year we were married. It’s made for some difficult times but I’m glad we struggled and made it through.
For my son I tell him a similar thing. Sure you can go out and bang lots of women but in the long run the decision is the same. Can you imagine raising children with some random slut you picked up and jackhammered the first time you met her?
Feminism has turned boys into brutes or wimps with not a lot of in between. It’s on us to teach these boys to be men. If we don’t, we have no one else to blame
Perfectly fitting. All things feminism are indeed all things ubiquitous man-hating, big-time. The goal is the same while simultaneously being blind to their right place.The thread that was titled "Feminism" in Happy Hour has been merged into this long-standing one.
I'm an 18-year-old white male. I was in middle school only 5 years ago.
Yes, young white males increasingly identify as right-wing.
From my experience, here's what's really happening:
Imagine you’re an 8th-grade boy. You’re beginning to be told by teachers, the media, and maybe your parents that you’re privileged because you’re a boy. It’s a basic truth, you're told.
But this just makes you confused. You start asking yourself questions. If boys are privileged, why do the girls in my class tend to get better grades?
Why are there more girls than boys in my advanced classes?
Why are the girls more well-behaved and focused?
Why are some of the girls preparing for college applications already? By the time you get to high school, your confusion only grows.
Your friend, who used to go to church with you, has become addicted to porn. Another friend, whose parents have recently divorced, has started using drugs.
Your friends start appearing unmotivated and demoralized. Meanwhile, the girls at your school continue to be over-represented in honors classes, get better test scores and grades, obtain more leadership positions, and participate in more extracurriculars.
But you're still repeatedly told that boys are privileged. How could this be? Then, when college acceptances come out, you notice many more girls than boys get into top universities. More girls are going to college in general, for that matter.
But for some reason, all you hear is that girls are underrepresented in higher education. It's confusing. When you search for scholarships to apply to, you find hundreds that are only open to women.
When you tour college campuses, you hear how proud the school is to have student organizations like Women in Law, Women in Business, and Women in Science.
It all becomes too much. You start doing research.
You discover that men are more likely to be homeless, go to prison, become alcoholics, struggle with isolation/loneliness, die of a drug overdose, and commit suicide.
But all you hear about, for some reason, is something called the “gender pay gap.” Eventually, you find out that the only people who seem to talk about the issues facing men—the only people who appear to sympathize with how you feel—are so-called "alt-right" figures like Jordan Peterson.
You start listening to them. For once, you feel like you're not alone. Now imagine you’re an 8th-grade white boy.
On top of the alienation you experience for merely being a boy, you’re told by teachers, the media, and maybe even your parents that you should feel some form of remorse for being white.
You're as privileged as it gets, you’re told. This doesn’t make much sense to you. Why should you feel bad for being white—something you can’t control?
This is a question you and your white classmates implicitly know cannot be asked. So instead, all of you submit. Humiliation quickly leads to demoralization. As you get older, you feel increasingly unwelcome by society. “Diversity and inclusion" initiatives and never-ending anti-white messaging from the media only make you feel like a burden.
So you turn to the Internet, where you feel welcome by video games and right-wing forums. Younger and younger white males are following this path. They feel they're simply unwelcome by society, and they escape to a select few communities and websites.
For the first time in America’s history, the founding demographic is dropping out of society in massive numbers.
Dr. Danna Young’s solution?
“Inclusive programming and a critical historical lens.”
It's almost like their goal is to demoralize and demonize young men—the group most likely to challenge our ruling class.
Credit to her for being honest about her experience living as a man.
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