Guys always used to sacrifice themselves for others, until they started getting slapped and told that doing such was hurting women by stealing their jobs. It’s wrong for a guy to strive to be a CEO or scientist or anything else now. They’re shamed, punished and penalized for sacrificing themselves for others, so they stopped doing it.
Catreece tell’n it like it is
Catreece Macleod, as a writer, considers The Bechdel Test, and why the exercise is currently pointless, and what it would take to really make it relevant.
Catreece Macleod goes into some dicey territory–what exactly is discrimination, and when is it OK and not-OK?
Men in the MHRM are sometimes slow to acknowledge the full extent of male servitude. Catreece Macleod contends that women in the movement have different expectations placed on them, allowing them to ‘get the picture’ more quickly.
Sometimes the biggest thing to fear is fear itself. Catreece Macleod contends that “trigger warnings” are the ultimate example of creating more fear about fears.
We can’t afford to ignore the hatred and violence we are now seeing from ideologues. Catreece Macleod says we need to direct the spotlight of criticism harshly upon the hate and aggression so it can wither and die in the public light.
Living in an environment dominated by social-justice warriors and concomitant ‘victim identities’ it’s easy to forget the virtues of taking personal responsibility for the cards life has dealt us. Catreece McCleod calls for the death of the Oppression Olympics and the reclamation of personal responsibility.
A true skeptic questions everything, refusing to be led by emotional distortions of fact. Catreece Macleod, an avid skeptic, recounts a recent experience of being silenced by the emotional reasoning of a friend.