I’m sure lots of my readers like me are experts in some are if not multiple areas. It turns out that a man being an expert in something is oppressing women as The Good Mangina Project tells us:
I’ve spoken with other guys in the [tech] industry and it seems pretty mixed. Not the management teams, the situation. Guys either have mostly female managers or all or mostly male. One thing you might find interesting and it’s probably because of the situations dynamic, but I’ve spoken to female managers who have complained that their male subordinates have harassed them. I think that might be because the women in the industry have legitimate power, but the men have expert power. You can’t just replace your top programmer or engineer. I remember getting into an argument with my boss and following her down the hall. Later that day, a guy from another department walked in and was surprised that I was still working there. I reminded him that I was her network administrator, lead application developer, head technician, and the only person in her deportment that had any background in computer engineering. You can’t just fire the guy who keeps things running.
There you have it. A man being in an expert in something oppresses women. If he has female managers and attempts to use that expertise, he is guilty of harassing them. While I was flabbergasted by reading this, I’m not surprised. Feminists and manginas are running into the problem that the reason why men are in a lot of jobs (especially in the tech industry) and now women is because the men are qualified, and the women are not. To get around this problem, feminists will invent a new form of privilege like that will likely be named “expertise privilege” or something similar.
It’s also no surprise that this comment was attached to a post at The Good Mangina Project that attacked the computer programming profession with the lie that brogrammers exist. However, that is a subject for another post.