The Spearhead had an article about Jack Tuckner, the lawyer who is representing Debrahlee Lorenzana, the woman who “dressed too sexy” at Citibank. Putting aside the “dressed too sexy” law suit, what struck me was how Tuckner wants to be and is submissive to women. I’m not surprised he is working for a feminist law firm since he allegedly wants to be a slave to women. What surprises me is that a man can have those desires in the first place.
I can talk about how my (male) coworkers have been run down after years/decades of living with their wives, but that is not the same thing as Tuckner. At least my coworkers fight for some time by themselves with things like the car repair class they’re taking. Plus, they also recognize at some level that they have no good options. Anything my coworkers might try and do to better their situations is potentially a disaster in the current political and legal climate so they are the “walking dead” more or less.
Tuckner on the other hand allegedly wants to outright submit to a woman/be a woman’s slave and is actually doing it. Even if it turned out that this wasn’t true of Tuckner, there are many men like that. I really don’t understand it. When I’m with Sabrina (or was with Kristen or Rachel), I know I’m the man here not her. I have the dick, and I am supposed to be in charge not her. Pushback from women tends to be minimal. For instance, Sabrina has called me an asshole a couple of times but that’s it. (I’m surprised she isn’t constantly calling me an asshole.)
It’s one thing to talk about guys like my coworkers who are stuck in a lose-lose situation. It’s another to talk about guys who want to submit and be slaves to women. I can tell that there is something right about being in charge when it comes to women. Can’t those guys who want to be slaves to women tell there’s something wrong? I have a hard time believing the answer is chemicals/toxins or brainwashing because the behavior of these “super-manginas” should be more pervasive if either was the cause.