18 February, 2016

Today’s Men, or, How the Mighty Have Fallen

Posted by Socrates in anti-male themes, feminism, feminization of the West, Socrates, War On White Males, Western civilization, Western culture, Western decline at 11:06 am | Permanent Link

Heard on the TV: the term “man cave.” Men have lost a lot of ground. They used to control the whole house. Now they control one room in the house. (This is nonetheless portrayed as a “cool” thing).

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  7. 4 Responses to “Today’s Men, or, How the Mighty Have Fallen”

    1. fd Says:

      I agree. The ‘man cave’ concept is too gay for me. The man has to retreat to a closed off place. Give up ground. Surrender.

    2. CW-2 Says:

      Most White men don’t even have that, the best they can hope for is a ‘garden shed’, a place to have a beer without being told they are in the way of vacuuming or other dust redistribution activity.

    3. Non Ame Says:

      I can’t even get the damn woman to vacuum. She’d probably screw it up anyway.

    4. Luke Says:

      I once had a live-in girlfriend who, upon moving in, immediately did what I am convinced is genetically ingrained within all White female DNA – and that was to set about redecorating and making my house look more like a home, instead of a poorly furnished, sparsely decorated guy’s house.

      I didn’t really get riled up much about that, and kind of found it to be fairly amusing and we both enjoyed a few laughs about it. I did put my foot down on my den & my office, though – and she didn’t push the issue, although the term “man cave” was something I had never heard of before – I suppose that was indirectly what was going on. Women are natural born ‘nest makers’ and I believe that trait is biological.

      Hence, I didn’t really care one way or another, and found that if it made her happy to do her decorating thing, then as long as it didn’t cost me a ton of money, she was welcome to have whatever fun women get out of doing such things.

      There are far more important issues to argue about than stuff like this, from my way of thinking.