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Of course the OP has "witch" in her username

November 12, 2021
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[–]Kuato2012 29 points30 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

Even among those who use terms like "fragile masculinity," punching a wall doesn't really fit the definition.

But of course even the academic definition of fragile masculinity is garbage, because it blames the victim. None of these misandrist feminists would ever accuse a woman of having fragile femininity. They would point to the external pressures that (often unfairly) influence her attitudes and behavior. At worst, they'd say she has internalized others' misogyny.

Men don't get that same kind of consideration. The language used always suggests that our faults bubble up from within. Toxic masculinity, fragile masculinity, etc. It's a subtle way that the game is completely rigged.

[–]BeastyDank 2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy Link


[–]35yoGeneticTrash 6 points7 points  (4 children) | Copy Link

What's with zoomer roasties new-found obsession with astrology & witchcraft? Are they really that incapable of dealing with life void of religion and desperately need to substitute it with something else?

[–]Cold_Conversation_51[S] 4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

I guess so. The need to construct some kind of framework that explains the universe (aka a crutch) is a powerful force.

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

witches are the only group of women who had their own power in the past.

men have knights and pirates and ninjas and a thousand other categories of cool stuff that was male dominated

women have witches and healers

and witches are fckn cool

[–]SeonAzure 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

I mean, sure, we'll ignore women nobles, queens, artists, poets, counselors and advisors, performers, etc... and instead focus on witches, the "women who had power" that were killed for no reason. Very powerful stuff.

Also, ninjas, and tangentially, samurai, were gender-neutral, and so were pirates. Women could be those things to, and were. The most successful pirate of all time was a woman.

[–]ILL_BE_WATCHING_YOU 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

Medieval witches would do shit like kidnap young girls and harvest their menstrual discharge to try and create youth potions to smear on their skin and keep it looking young. The stem cells in young children's blood has an anti-aging effect, which is why in the past noble women would do depraved shit like bathe in the blood of young maidens. Witches would sometimes drink the potions instead, or even go so far as to kill the children and cook and eat their corpses. The only reason witches are "cool" is because they've been whitewashed, just like pirates and vampires. Not to mention the whole thing with licking cat anuses to infect themselves with parasites to give themselves "magic powers". Or voodoo witches who would drug people into a near-comatose state to make them gullible so that they could gaslight them into becoming their slaves (origin of zombies btw).

Witchcraft is the art and science of using various techniques and technologies (primarily applied psychology & biochemistry) to gain power over others (through physical beauty, sex, brainwashing/indoctrination, drugging/poisoning, etc.) Shit's absolutely fucked up.

Incidentally, the concept of succubi (in the sense of being possessed by a succubus) stems from female rapists, since unlike with men, the thought of a woman committing rape was so unthinkable that they went as far as to chalk it up to supernatural influence. Also whitewashed, obviously.

[–]YourPillsAintWorkin13 points [recovered] (1 child) | Copy Link

So when a woman throws some household object in anger (usually at her man) we can call that Fragile Femininity, right?

[–]Cold_Conversation_51[S] 6 points7 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

In a just world, yes.

[–]day5tar 7 points8 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

He could have been having a rough week and ppl instantly seek the villainise him for his masculinity? Masculinity has nothing to do with that

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

If it makes you guys feel better, I went to the post in-question and I saw most of the comments criticizing this.

[–]Cold_Conversation_51[S] 1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Yeah I checked up on it yesterday and it gave me some hope.

[–]DistrictAccurate 5 points6 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Who knows if it is from someone who was just publicly abused and raped as bystanders cheered, laughed, humiliated and filmed him before uploading it for it to gather millions of views with a positive like/dislike ratio. As he hid in the toilet, angry at his hopeless situation and societal misandry, he punched a wall.

Interesting how many people manage to "justify" or even call for mindless self-"justice" to the most irrational degrees in cases where a man wronged a woman or child, yet can't come up with a single reason for man to punch a wall. I support punching walls over violence, revenge or self-"justice" any day.

It is also a great example as to why the term is so problematic. It made no sense in the first place to call the fact that whoever doesn't adhere to the self-destructive protector role in the most efficient and selfless way is stripped of his validity as a male and thus reacts agressively to conformity questioning feedback "fragile masculinity". It does not properly describe the concept, nor the underlying dynamic.

Even more ironic though, that the way it is used is actually itself mocking things like insecurities in men - i.e. men who are afraid of being socially sanctioned for non-conformity rather than confidently taking the risk without complaint "like a real man would". Once again, it reinforces the underlying issue under the guise of dismantling it.

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

This is what you call a bad day, everyones been there where they wanted to hit something. Not that clever, but when you’re really pissed off you dont really think much.

[–][deleted] -1 points0 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

but thats funny

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

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