#MeToo? #FuckYou

A recent report (no link, it’s the poxy Guardian) outlines how businessmen are invoking the Pence Rule and are either freezing out women (no un-chaperoned meetings), not hiring women if the job involves close contact (e.g. business travel) or not hiring attractive women (because they cause more trouble than they’re worth).

Of course, the Grauniad  claims that men are now “afraid” of women — when of course what’s being revealed here is that men have become cautious of what women could do to them thanks to the (male and female) feministicals in HR and the pro-feminist corporate policies (#BelieveAllWomen) they create.

Which begs the question:  what did they think was going to happen?

Did these stupid people think that in the face of unremitting and unbridled hostility towards men, that we were just going to sit and take all the bullshit they were throwing at us without some kind of response?

Did they think we were all college professors, liberal arts students or girlyman journalists?

Here’s one article on the topic which should evoke howls of laughter.  Headed “College Students Need To End The Pence Rule Now”, the author makes nonsensical statements like:

The notion that avoiding one-on-one interactions between opposite sexes is the key to fixing sexual violence is absurd. The underlying suggestion is that if a male is never alone with a member of the opposite sex, they never have the opportunity to indulge in such activities. By presenting an image of men being uncontrollable, lustful and power hungry, and women as temptresses, the Pence rule only perpetuates gender roles which help lead to sexual violence in the first place.

What utter bullshit.  The Pence Rule actually has very little (if anything) to do with “sexual violence”:  it is a precautionary measure that provides equal protection for both men and women in intimate situations, where the man can be prevented from flirting (or more) with the woman, AND where a woman can’t unjustly accuse a man of harassment after the fact.  It’s a social prophylactic, in other words, but just like a condom, which makes sex less pleasurable but prevents disease, the Pence Rule guards against the other “diseases” of sexual aggression and unjustified accusation.

If I were a young man attending college right now, I’d break my own rule and have the Pence Rule tattooed on my arm, just to remind me.  (And, by the way, I would make a video recording of each and every sexual encounter I engaged in — not for dissemination, but as a defense against post-facto  harassment from the woman.)

And by the way, college students can’t end the Pence Rule:  only male  college students can do that, and they’d be idiots if they did.  The fact that the writer of the article is a woman simply invites the male response:  “I guess I missed the memo that gives you the right to tell me how to live my life.”

It’s sad that we have to protect ourselves with all these rules, but hey:  that’s the world we live in —  well, that other  people live in;  I have no desire to inhabit such a world, ever.

But the minute that #MeToo evolved into #BelieveAllWomen — and the Kavanaugh hearings showed us all exactly what that  entails — women lost all moral high ground, and became simply antagonists and adversaries.  And if there’s one thing that men are genetically programmed to deal with, it’s an adversary.

Deal with it, ladies.  And scolding won’t work, anymore.


  1. Harry: Because no man can be friends with a woman that he finds attractive. He always wants to have sex with her.
    Sally: So you’re saying that a man can be friends with a woman he finds unattractive?
    Harry: No, you pretty much want to nail ’em too.
    Sally: What if they don’t want to have sex with you?
    Harry: Doesn’t matter because the sex thing is already out there so the friendship is ultimately doomed and that is the end of the story.
    Sally: Well, I guess we’re not going to be friends then.
    Harry: Guess not.

  2. This article is so timely!

    I’m approaching my ten-year anniversary of going Paleo.

    At 5’10”, I was 215#.
    A big square 40# face.
    Not a pretty sight.

    Now, I’m 155#.
    My main dog, a sixteen-year old Red Heeler, is Paleo, too.
    She looks great at 29#.

    So, I completely ‘get’ what you are saying.

  3. #BelieveAllWomen? Bwaaahahaha! Anyone with even a passing acquaintance with women knows better. Women lie more readily and convincingly than men. Period. It’s just part of their defense/acquisition mechanism, in other words, it’s their nature. Bitter? No. Enlightened? Oh yes!

  4. Well, the 1980’s were different, we traveled with women on overnight trips, one on one, and thought they were adults and only had fun with them when they said yes, or something, I don’t really remember, it was a long time ago. Actually there was a time when people over 21 were capable of making decisions and living with those adult decisions.

    1. The company I work with has a policy that a man and a woman do not travel in a car together with no one else in the car to an appointment. The guy I knew when I worked in Aerospace who was an operator in the seventies and eighties would be a walking lawsuit for the company today.

  5. In the 80s I had a female coworker who sh*t tested all the men. One day she led me into a conversation on prostitution which ended with her declaring that for a $100 she would sex with me. At lunch I got my rent money and dropped $100 on her desk. She spilled her coffee turned bright red sputtered etc. From then on she behaved with me.
    Now it is not so easy and the women are more direct. I miss the 80s.

    1. re:
      armored vehicles

      I remember a Bracken book mentioned evil people using vehicle registration records to find appropriate vehicles to terrorize remote homesteads. After slaughtering the vehicle owners and their families, they absconded with the armored vehicles with the intent to induce havoc upon their lessers.

      In today’s column at BisonPrepper, James M Dakin discusses the inevitability of such… immediately prior to the pumps running dry of petroleum. Bison makes an interesting point about the Black© African heritage as nomadic herders, and their innate distrust of enduring structures.

      The Ferret carries a few cans of 7.62, but I believe a trailer with several pallets of 7.62 would enhance my sense of well-being.

  6. “what did they think was going to happen?”

    There ya have it. The problem with all the various types of whiners running around loose today.

    They did not think, at all.
    They feel.
    And that’s an impossible position to maintain because they are lying to themselves and others.
    Basically, they are attempting to deny the function of a human being.
    This can only lead to failure.

  7. Note to any feminist reading this:

    We men don’t do the Pence rule to protect you from us, we do it to protect US from YOU.

    I’ll have everyone know that the Pence rule has been standard operating procedures in the US Navy for 2 decades that I am aware of. Probably started shortly after Tailhook, in fact, for obvious reasons.

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