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Tired Of Hearing About "Male Domination"

December 29, 2022

I ranted about this a few months back on LWMA and feel it bears repeating here, after seeing a book at work earlier and how a blurb on it mentioned something a "male dominated industry." It's so annoying to hear from misandrists constantly about how the world and society and some industries have always been male-dominated and still is and their usual whining. The world and society at large has never been dominated by men or even women for that matter. Much of civilization was largely built and shaped by men who rose up to help do so but it was never outright dominated by them. For such a male-dominated society, men sure don't have much luck when it comes to male victims of things like domestic abuse, rape, sexual harassment/assault, etc. having much in the way of help or resources, and also how men are the only ones who've ever been required for conscription and how badly boys do in schools and comprise the vast majority of school drop-outs. Also how we practically never hear about end violence against men campaigns or anti-male sexism ever being recognized or condemned.

The world and society is run by both men and women in positions of power, some who earned it and some who didn't, some who are good and some who aren't. But acting like societal problems are largely a male issue is both insulting and ignorant, as well as beyond irritating to constantly hear. Hearing misandrists whine about the world being male-dominated is just another way they like to vilify men and blame them for all that's wrong in the world, and not looking at the bigger picture. Also another way of how they expect and demand special and favorable treatment because of gender. It's another way of deflecting from actual issues at hand. Men and women alike both face their own challenges and hurdles, and they're not due to the world and society being run by men.

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

I've responded to similar posts about male dominated industries with this

Seems to me that they're merely fighting for men to fix their problems.

For example, there was a recent post about the speculum, the thing gynecologists use when inspecting the vagina. There was a picture from a medical devices history museum and something about the same design being in use for hundreds of years, and how it was uncomfortable and for some, painful when used on them. They were complaining about "those people" not having updated the design after all that time. Ok, so "those people" are the ones who design medical equipment, and I'd bet anything that they're thinking that "those people" who design medical equipment are the usual culprits, men (you know, "the patriarchy"). There are many women gynecologists and lots of women graduating from college; why aren't they making a better design.?

And this:

Heck, I would be angry as well if things weren't going well for me due to my own behaviors and the only way I knew how to cope with it was to blame it on others, and therefore things never get better.

There are regularly posts here and on the other mens rights subs about how there are more women going to college than men and yet where are the companies like Twitter, Facebook, Apple, etc. that were started by women? I play with the 3d software Blender and there are precious few tutorial videos on youtube for Blender that were made by women. Likewise I was fiddling around with an esp32 learning iot stuff and again, no informational youtube videos or web sites by women.

They aren't getting ahead so of course they're angry. But until they stop expecting men to solve their problems they never will get ahead.

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

An addendum to my previous post:

I think that the problem that women have (see my links about evolutionary psychology) is that evolution has given them the innate preference to look to men to be the problem solvers. I think that they innately have a very difficult time analyzing and thinking about how they can or should solve their problems.

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

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