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Radical feminism changes men’s perceptions of women in the workplace

06 Jan

Yep. Great cartoon.

In today’s environment, best to avoid non-work-related, social interaction with anyone other than straight men of your own kind, as much as possible, just to be safe.

WINTERY KNIGHT

Radical feminists complain a lot about sexism, but damage is self-inflicted Radical feminists complain a lot about sexism, but damage is self-inflicted

Lately, we’ve seen an outburst of radical feminism as more women have been equating actual rape and sexual assault with sexist comments or clumsy passes. How does this change how women are perceived in the workplace?

Here’s an article from Medium (H/T Tracy) by an anonymous male feminist.

The first point is about how women handle disagreement, compared to men:

When James Damore was asked for feedback from his supervisor and internally circulated his google memo, it got leaked, he got fired and women stayed at home the next Day because “for emotional reasons”

A ten page summary of data and analysis from Damore was enough to “emotional distress” the women at the company.

This lack of resilience and self-control disrupts the workplace, and results in lost productivity. If it turns into a lawsuit, the costs are even higher. This is…

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Posted by on January 6, 2018 in Uncategorized

 

4 responses to “Radical feminism changes men’s perceptions of women in the workplace

  1. Take The Red Pill

    January 10, 2018 at 10:54 am

    I like how women go around with their arrogant “GRRRRRL Powah!” attitude of how they’re so ‘invincible’ one minute, then in the next minute, they need a ‘day off’ “for emotional reasons” because their feeeeewings were hurt. “I am woman, hear me roar — but not when I need to be a helpwess, widdle Victim!”

     
    • Will S.

      January 10, 2018 at 10:57 am

      I know, eh? Such women are like overgrown children…

       

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