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Dalrock - Stroking the Feminist Resentment

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March 4, 2016

The Atlantic has a new piece up titled The Scourge of the Female Chore Burden:

All over the world, women are doing work they’re not getting paid for. In rich countries, it might be folding the laundry or staying home to take care of a sick child. In developing countries, unpaid labor tends to be more physically arduous, like hauling water and chopping wood. Wherever you are, it’s considered women’s work.

This is standard fare, and part of the constant bombardment women receive encouraging them to be discontent. It is also part of a very long tradition, going back to the Serpent and Eve in the garden of Eden. This particular piece is noteworthy however because the stand in for the Serpent is billionaire Melinda Gates complaining about the patriarchal oppression of being married to Bill Gates:

For those who think it can’t be done, Gates offers an example from her personal life. Though Bill and the couples’ children would always help with after-dinner cleanup, she nevertheless was always the last person left in the kitchen, “doing those last few little things.”

Finally, she issued an edict: No one leaves the kitchen until mom does.

The Atlantic piece whispers that if only men worked more around the house and slept less, women would finally be content. This is a lie even the Serpent would be proud of.

Read the rest: https://dalrock.wordpress.com/2016/02/24/stoking-feminist-resentment/

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Title Dalrock - Stroking the Feminist Resentment
Author redpillschool
Upvotes 13
Comments 34
Date 04 March 2016 06:31 PM UTC (4 years ago)
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[–]Endorsed ContributorMeat-on-the-table24 points25 points  (12 children) | Copy

So lemme get this straight: she's married to a billionaire who is one of the most revolutionary minds in the history of technology, a man who defined the direction of operating systems, a philanthropist who has given away more money than 99.9% of people will ever see--and she complains about having to do a few extra things in the kitchen? Odin help us all.

[–]Rasalom72[🍰] 10 points11 points  (4 children) | Copy

Not only that... but they have the money to ensure that she never has to even set foot in a kitchen for any reason... and yet, she still does... for what ever reason.

[–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (1 child) | Copy

It's completely perverse. Anytime she spends in the kitchen is time she has chosen to be in the kitchen. They undoubtedly have maids, she doesn't realise how close she is to the precipice of being outsourced.

[–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

Or she is fully aware of what's going on and is using this as a platform to spread some propagandic story in the name of feminism and progress.

[–]MrRaspberryJamz4 points5 points  (1 child) | Copy

She expects arguably the most successful man in the world to do more. I literally can't believe it.

Goes to show you that she'll never be completely satisfied no matter how wealthy or successful you are. If Bill Gates can get bitched at, the rest of us here are definitely getting bitched at.

Don't get married kids, not worth it.

[–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (1 child) | Copy

this straight: she's married to a billionaire who is one of the most revolutionary minds in the history of technology, a man who defined the direction of operating systems, a philanthropist who has given away more money than 99.9% of people

Did you miss the parts where he would have and could have done literally any of that if it wasn't for her helping him? Its all hers!

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

I'll say straight away that I have no respect at all for Gates. I remember all too well the kind of semi-legal (and sometimes outright illegal) antics that M$ got up to to stifle competition. To my mind, M$ held back computing for a generation with second-rate copy-cat rip-offs. However, as a business man/marketer, he was superb.

What we hear now is nothing about that, instead we hear about what a 'philanthropist' he is. This is out of character, and I put that down to her. It is no accident that her name is on the 'Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation' name, because without her I doubt it would exist. This is good, in that some of the money he accrued will get used for good purposes (although not only good purposes, given her attitudes). But I don't think he was concerned about his public image. She is very much concerned about social status of course, so no doubt pushed this. She married him for no other purpose than access to his wealth, so it is a bit rich for her to tear bits off him when she is absolutely nothing without him. Same with Murdoch and his new supermodel. What kind of an idiot marries for the 4th time? And who honestly believes that she has any interest in him at all other than access to his wealth and power? But again, he is not someone I have any respect for, so possibly she will make better use of his wealth than he has, in order to increase her social standing.

TL;DR Melinda is just a shitty woman complaining about nothing, but even shitty women can have their uses.

[–]ApexScorpion1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Doesn't matter what they have around them. They're insatiable.

[–]Senior EndorsedMattyAnon15 points16 points  (4 children) | Copy

Anyone who is around real, actual women much will see just how little they do and why they've got so much time to post complaints about their lives on twitter and facebook.

[–]Modredpillschool[S] 7 points8 points  (0 children) | Copy

But they'll paint themselves to be very busy and disadvantaged.

Part of my stress levels happen to be the work I take home, the real-life consequences of my actions weighing on me when I should be sleeping.

So, yeah, I'm not exactly motivated to do house work after a 70 hour week.

[–]massivewang6 points7 points  (2 children) | Copy

You're spot on.


  • Shovels the snow?
  • Cuts the grass?
  • Maintains the vehicles?
  • Setups and maintains the technology (wifi network, laptops, phones, etc)
  • Fixes/maintains the house/plumbing/electrical?

The husband of course, along with some other typically male chores that I'm sure I've forgotten to mention. That is of course on top of the 60-80 hours a week he may have to work for periods at a time.

These broads are nothing but whiny and entitled. I've seen my fair share of wives who are disorganized slobs that can't even cook let a lone clean the place up.

[–]Senior EndorsedMattyAnon2 points3 points  (1 child) | Copy

I've been around women when their husbands are at work, "looking after" the children.

Here's some examples:

  • Kid screams all day while wife plays with dog. Kid doesn't get any love or attention until just before husband comes home so it is quiet for daddy. Father eventually finds out kid screams all day, wife point blank lies to and says it doesn't happen. (I was their neighbour, I heard it).

  • Another women is on computer all day, child is ignored and left to play by itself. Occasionally gets shouted at for making too much noise. (I was there for this, god knows how bad it was when there was noone to witness it)

  • My own mother would divide tasks into "I can't do that I'm a woman" and "I am not going to do traditional woman jobs you sexist pig!". The end result was of course her doing fuck all, and then exaggerating how long it took.

Children are demanding and boring as fuck. Women would much rather play computer games, look on tinder and surf their iTablets than play with kids.

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

And by iTablet, you really mean iPad, because we all know women are attracted to status, and Apple is nothing but status.

[–]1thiasus3 points4 points  (1 child) | Copy

All over the world, men are doing work they’re not getting paid for. In rich countries, it might be fixing things around the house or taking care of the yard. In developing countries, unpaid labor tends to be more physically arduous, like hauling water and chopping wood. Wherever you are, it’s considered men’s work.

I would write some sarcastic comment here, but I'm so used to feminist double-think it's hard to express surprise or indignation.

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Having to wipe your own ass and put fork to mouth is oppression!

[–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy

As soon as I meet a woman that pays half the bills and invests equally in birthdays and holidays I'll be happy to split the housework. She better be out there shoveling as much snow as I am and spending the same amount of time driving. Otherwise I'm going to expect you make some coffee, suck my dick and press my clothes.

And while I haven't found any woman that's willing to do that I have found tons that are willing to hook up a couple of times and the disappear. So instead if having an equitable relationship I'll just spin plates.

[–]svchator 3 points3 points [recovered] | Copy

"part of the constant bombardment women receive encouraging them to be discontent..."

This relentless indoctrination comes from Jewish controlled media with an agenda to weaken white european culture. The zionist bag of tricks includes feminism, degeneracy, communism and cultural marxism. Feminism is just one front in the jewish war on whites.

[–]Endorsed ContributorBluepillProfessor2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

This is Red Pill:

Dark Enlightenment is THAT WAY>>>>>>>>>>>>>

[–]Isaiah4verse10 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

It's a hebe war on everyone.

[–]scarletspider30 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

I wonder what they'll say if he sets her free?

[–]2popthatpill0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

All over the world, women are doing work they’re not getting paid for. In rich countries, it might be folding the laundry or staying home to take care of a sick child.

1) If you do work for yourself that you're not getting paid for, you earn what's called an "imputed wage", ie. the money you save from not having to hire someone to do it.

2) All over the world, men are also doing work (probably more physically arduous than caring for sick kids or folding laundry) they're not getting paid for. The difference is that men don't bitch about it.

[–]1favours_of_the_moon0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Finally, she issued an edict: No one leaves the kitchen until mom does.

I've decided to issue my own edict: It's time for that bitch to suck it.

[–]1bromyiqis9000 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

First of all these figures are total garbage, the source is http://www.oecd.org/

.....Oh you haven't heard of this illustrious organization? Of course not, because it's just a fake liberal bullshit think tank that serves up nothing but fraud.

This data gets collected by ASKING women how much work they do.... and then reporting it as fact.

Melinda Gates massive ego just can't get over that she sucked her genius bosses dick and managed to trap him into making her a billionaire and she needs more, she needs recognition that she is as smart as he is.

These male hit pieces are using the same bullshit that the gender pay gap uses, lumping all of society in together and pretending that any difference in dollars made or free hours worked shows bias instead of separating it into legitimate categories.

Nothing about how the majority of men in relationships tend to work more paid hours, sleep less and still handle an entire category conveniently left out of this article which we could simple call "maintenance"

Who is mowing the grass? fixing the mower? replacing and reparing all minor plumbing parts? who is taking the cars to be serviced or performing those services himself? who is making the general home maintenance repairs inside and outside the home?

The date conveniently focused on the children and simple tasks such as laundry and dishes while completely eliminating an entire category of unpaid work.....because it is almost exclusively done by the men which would kill the data and probably make men come out on top as the victims of unpaid work hours.

I also find it hysterical that the "data" shows men consume more "TV and radio"

I don't know a single man that consumes more entertainment media than his woman or is even in the ballpark. I do find it interesting that it is "TV and radio" internet is oddly left out, perhaps because the average female is on the internet hours a day comparing her life to others and studying the latest gossip and fashion trends which would launch them far past men in consumption on the chart.

Radio.....interesting being added over internet in the year 2016, however, I would assume since most of the men actually have to work, their long commutes listening to radio allow that data to be made to look like leisure time.

[–]faded_jester-2 points-1 points  (7 children) | Copy

It's impressive how quickly feminists will become "traditional" when actual hard labor like shoveling snow, mowing the lawn, moving furniture, or doing repairs needs to be done.

ps. this "Christianity = RP" shit has got to stop....it has no place here...if you simply cannot separate the two then start a christian rp sub and go there to circlejerk each other regarding how great you think the bible is... You wouldn't tolerate people equating RP with Islam, don't pretend your religion deserves exemption because "jesus"

[–]Modredpillschool[S] 2 points3 points  (6 children) | Copy

You don't have to be religious to find quality in his posts, and you don't have to believe in god to be "religious."

[–]faded_jester0 points1 point  (5 children) | Copy

You also don't need to be black to enjoy watermelons. If you had a point, I didn't see it.

[–]badpig2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

Or fried chicken dammit. Fuck, now I'm hungry.

[–]Modredpillschool[S] 1 point2 points  (3 children) | Copy

Christianity isn't RP. he does however take a religious standpoint that is often interesting to read.

[–]faded_jester-1 points0 points  (2 children) | Copy

I didn't realize this was the place to promote your religion because you can paint similarities via cherry picking. I could find RP parallels in a Dr. Suess book if I looked long enough, does that mean Dr. Suess is RP?

I bet if someone did the exact same thing but exclusively used the Koran or Scientology, you wouldn't be so complacent about it. Being a slave to illogical religious dogma is about the least red pill thing there is. They are more than free to create their own religion + RP sub if they wish.

This isn't the place for it. I don't give a fuck about Jesus, I don't give a fuck about your Bible, and I sure as fuck don't want to read about it here. Keep that shit to yourself and demonstrate how much "faith" you have by not regurgitating it onto others.

To put it in RP terms:

If you have to tell everyone how classy you are and constantly bring it up, you more than likely don't have any class at all. Same thing with your religion. Show some faith and keep it to yourself.

[–]Modredpillschool[S] 6 points7 points  (0 children) | Copy

Maybe you don't know Dalrock. If you don't like his posts, feel free to downvote and continue. Don't go on a four paragraph bitch fest about it.

[–]1Soarinc3 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy

If you hate religion just downvote and move on, nobody asked for your life story bro.

[–]WhySoRuff-1 points0 points  (2 children) | Copy

Tl; dr "if men from 3rd world countries are willing, Americans should also"

Melinda Gates: One thing I did this year that I've never done before is my oldest daughter—she was 17 at the time—we actually lived with a family for a few days, a Maasai family in Tanzania. It was incredibly instructive on lots of issues, but particularly on women and girls. The neat thing about this couple—Ana and Sinari were their names—was they had a loving relationship. She had the choice to marry him, and she chose to marry him. When she decided to do it, she had to move to his area of Tanzania. She grew up in a very lush part of Tanzania; where he lived was very, very dry. Water was scarce. So they were eking out a living on his farm—until their first son was born. She was walking 21 kilometers to get water, and here she has this infant and she can't do it anymore, she can't make it work. And so they tell this poignant story that he came home one day, and she was waiting for him with her two suitcases and her baby. And he said, 'What are you doing?' And she said, 'I'm going to move back home. I can't do it anymore, and we have this child now.' He asked, 'Well, what would it take for you to stay?' And she said, 'Well, you would have to carry the water.' The Maasai men, the last thing you do is carry the water, but he started carrying water. And the other men were making fun of him, lots of them. But eventually some would walk alongside of him for a kilometer and ask, 'Why are you doing this? You must be smitten!' And he said, 'My son is healthier because my wife can nurse him while I carry the water. And your son and your daughters would be healthier if you carried the water, too.' So eventually some of the men started walking with him, and they realized how unsafe this was, what they were asking these women to do all these years. Eventually they figured out they could do it on bicyclefigured out they could do it on bicycles; and they figured out that they could build a waterpan closer to the village. And over time they've built four waterpans. Huge waterpans. So now the women are going less than a mile and a half to get water. And the men will sometimes go too. So it's that walking in a woman's shoes.

The article

[–][deleted] 10 points11 points  (1 child) | Copy

You mean to say that women spent untold years walking on foot and as soon as one man got involved they innovated a new way of doing things that cut the distance from 21 km to a mile and half. Fuck those women were stupid. Men for the win.

[–]1Soarinc1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

LOL yeah as they were trying to paint the narrative with a feminist brush, they accidentally allowed a shard of truth to prove women don't question things such as "why" (such as asking them their thoughts on the universe or some deep lingering cosmic shit)

You can kill a man, but you can't kill an idea.

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