Response to the female sketches

I received this link in the comments of the last one, watch this video as it deals with men.

Watch it first, because it is very interesting before continuing on.



Ok, so in case you don’t realize the video is supposed to be a parody.  But here is where it gets interesting. I can not tell if this is a red-pill video, or a fem-centric video, because honestly I can see both, and the lessons are there regardless.

So lets assume its a redpill, I actually think this the video is NOT.  But, if it is, it carries the important lesson in a form of irony that men are their own best ally because the rest of the world has it out for them.  It shows that women are inherently vicious to men, and despite seeming nice, internally the women view you as trollish and ‘rapey’.

Assuming this is fem-centric, which I think it IS.  This is unfortunate, but it illustrates pretty well the state of affairs between the hypocrisy of men and women.  We are to feel pity that the women view themselves so ugly when they are beautiful at heart.  But that we are to accept that here are some males, and it is TOTALLY NORMAL for women to view these guys as rapey and lawn gnomish.  I actually laughed really hard at this video, but it is a really sad state that we are to laugh at this, but feel pity for those poor women.

13 thoughts on “Response to the female sketches

  1. If this was real, it would be completely different. None of those guys looked the way the actresses described them…their words were chosen based on stereotypes, and to garner a response. I actually wish someone would do a true one for menfolk.

  2. I think you are spot on that it’s femcentric. Imagine if the shoe were on the other foot and the men were describing the women as trolls, sluts, bug eyed and smelly. People would be up in arms over it. Unfortunately, this type of thing is all to prevalent in pop culture, so people watching it only see it as normal.

    • I don’t agree with that article. I don’t think physical attractiveness is anywhere near that much of an issue for women’s evaluation of men. Average looking is great if he has other traits (personality, intelligence). I didn’t marry the best looking guy I could find, I married the smartest. Even though he only delivered pizzas and was poor at the time, and really not much to look at (he’s much better looking now).

      • I am with you Liz, the article commits some serious logically fallacys, notable they do not touch on the ‘caste system’ idea at all, only using looks, yet somehow coming to conclusions that it ‘doesnt happen’.

      • there’s an old theory by Warren Farrell that if women are “sex objects” then men are “success objects.” Also there are other theories such as “metrosexuality” which surmise that men are placing more importance on their looks. And of course PUA theory putts men into Alpha, Beta or Omega. Trying to see the whole world through any one “system” is extremely problematic, just look at how some feminist’s will try to explain things through “patriarchy.”

    • from the OG article:

      “As you can see from the gray line, women rate an incredible 80% of guys as worse-looking than medium. Very harsh. On the other hand, when it comes to actual messaging, women shift their expectations only just slightly ahead of the curve, which is a healthier pattern than guys’ pursuing the all-but-unattainable. But with the basic ratings so out-of-whack, the two curves together suggest some strange possibilities for the female thought process, the most salient of which is that the average-looking woman has convinced herself that the vast majority of males aren’t good enough for her, but she then goes right out and messages them anyway.”

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