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Again, a man’s life left in ruins, while his sexual-assault accuser goes about hers

18 Mar

Christie Blatchford has the story

Mike Kydd is the poor man’s Steven Galloway — not a famous author; not a professor-cum-department head, but rather a lowly, un-tenured instructor; not particularly powerful.

Yet Kydd and Galloway both have been brought to ruin by adult female contemporaries and former students with whom the men had a consensual sexual relationship that then retrospectively morphed into various misconduct complaints against them.

While the investigation report commissioned by the University of British Columbia in the Galloway case hasn’t been made fully public — making it difficult to know with certainty precisely what the findings were — Postmedia has managed to confirm many significant details about Kydd’s case.

Details at the link; all too typical a tale…

I don’t know why male profs keep foolishly having relationships with their female students, when over and over again, this sort of thing occurs.

Learn from what happens to others, idiots! And don’t repeat their mistakes.

P.S. I’m not victim-blaming here – if you think that, then you’re thinking like a feminist – but simply pointing out that, deplorable as the misandrist double standards are, one can avoid being victimized by thinking with one’s big head (and conscience) and not one’s little one. That’s all.

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10 responses to “Again, a man’s life left in ruins, while his sexual-assault accuser goes about hers

  1. feeriker

    March 18, 2017 at 12:30 am

    I don’t know why male profs keep foolishly having relationships with their female students, when over and over again, this sort of thing occurs.

    Given that most college professors are, to put it most kindly, arrogant ueber-leftist dickheads, it’s difficult to not feel an overwhelming sense of Schadenfreude in cases like these.

    HOWEVER, since I know nothing about Mr. Kydd, I’ll just toss this question out there, one that cannot help but spring to mind when reading of cases like this one:

    Knowing what skanky, trashy, nasty, man-hating feminist cunts most of today’s female Gen Z college students are, why would ANY self-respecting MAN worthy of the title want to be on the same street with one of them, let alone stick his dick inside of her?

    Let me answer my own rhetorical question: because he’s one of those arrogant, ueber-leftist dickheads that I mentioned, the yin to the nasty, skanky cunt’s yang. Each is attracted to and deserves the other. That’s the ONLY logical explanation I can come up with.

     
    • Will S.

      March 18, 2017 at 12:51 am

      No doubt. I feel some small amount of sympathy with him, on account of that he had been separated from his wife, and so no doubt was lonely and horny, and perhaps wouldn’t have ended up with this wicked bitch if things had been otherwise, i.e. if he and his wife hadn’t been estranged.
      But no doubt he has that leftist entitlement mentality…

       
  2. Prince LaQroix

    March 18, 2017 at 12:55 am

    I hear that because of this, you never see men in business men (the smart ones) who will never be alone with a woman anymore. As a result, women are finding it hard to develop the kind of mentor relationships with the higher-ups that is often needed to advance in the business world. Again we see women sabotaging their own livelihoods because… PATRIARCHY! It’d be quite funny if it wasn’t so tragic.

     
    • Will S.

      March 18, 2017 at 1:14 am

      They made their beds; now they can lie in them.

       
      • feeriker

        March 18, 2017 at 9:48 pm

        Yup. Even more unfortunate (for them, that is) is all the deliberate shitting, pissing, and puking they did in those hard beds they were just SO SURE they’d NEVER have to lay in.

         
      • Will S.

        March 18, 2017 at 10:32 pm

        Graphic metaphor. 🙂

         
    • feeriker

      March 18, 2017 at 9:45 pm

      I hear that because of this, you never see men in business men (the smart ones) who will never be alone with a woman anymore. As a result, women are finding it hard to develop the kind of mentor relationships with the higher-ups that is often needed to advance in the business world.

      This is a tragedy only if you think that women advancing in the business world is a good thing. Frankly, I think this is nature’s way of letting women know where their limits are, a way of telling them that, despite what “society” is telling them, they CANNOT “have it all.”

       
      • Will S.

        March 18, 2017 at 10:31 pm

        Exactly!

         

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