Dec 112014

It looks like the attempt by game journalists to paint gamers as an army of zombie misogynerds (declaring gamers dead and a force of misogynists) isn’t working out.  Now, they’re trying to paint #GamerGate as an attempt to silence art critics.

This reeks of desperation on the part of game journalists.  The usual war on women rhetoric isn’t working to stop #GamerGate.  Now, they’re throwing other attacks out there and seeing if any of them stick.

This is a positive development.  Hopefully, it means that war on women rhetoric is losing its effectiveness elsewhere.

  4 Responses to “Has #GamerGate Caused “War On Women” Rhetoric To Lose Effectiveness?”

  1. When feminists attack men as rapists and misogynists, most manginas and nerds assume they are talking about some other guy. Gamer gate has taught a lot of nerds, that feminists and woman hate them. This is a good lesion that more men need to learn.

  2. I supplied no-fee counseling to divorced men from 1984 to 1993. I agree. Most men had what I called a BUTME gland. When the feminists or judges or child support slave chasers made some nasty comment about all men, the BUTME guys would assume that was all men BUTME.

    So, they would not participate in any political activity for men’s rights.

    I even had one clown who insisted he had no intention of helping other men. He said all other men deserved what happened to them, that he was the only one who did not. And, all other men should be helping him.

    Even terrible people like Bill Clinton and Ted Kennedy and Packwood actually believed they weren’t as bad as the average man. So, they worked hard to destroy lives of good men.

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