Pro-male/Anti-feminist Tech

Oct 022016
 

It’s the time of the month to select a new Entitlement Princess of the Month.  Last month’s winner was Annalise Nielsen for her abuse of a Lyft driver.

The Entitlement Princess of the Month can only keep going with your support so keep submitting new entitlement princesses on the Entitlement Princess of the Month submission page.

This month there are two entitlement princesses to choose from.  The first was submitted by Paul Murray, and she is only known as Sarah. Sarah is a woman who got into a dispute with her father over burning the American flag. She declared war on her father with temper tantrum after temper tantrum accusing her father of everything from being a fascist to child abuse to fat shaming. Her father who had enough of this also owned the house she was living in, employed her, and paid nearly all of her expenses. Thus he decided Sarah needed to start acting as adult by paying rent and for her own expenses. My description fails to do justice to describing Sarah’s behavior so I recommend reading this link that describes her behavior in detail.  On top of that, Sarah describes herself as a princess:

The second entitlement princess was submitted by James Russler and she is Tamara Wyche. She is suing the the New York State Board of Law Examiners with the claim that their refusal to accommodate her needs (acoording to her, she’s depressed and prone to anxiety attacks) led to her failing the first two times she took the bar exam. Additionally, she is claiming that this led to her being fired from her job and being unable to find full time work as a lawyer. Currently, she can only get temporary positions.

Vote for one of the entitlement princesses in the poll below. Remember you are voting for the biggest entitlement princess, not necessarily the most evil woman or the most violent woman or the most insane woman or the biggest whore.

Who is your vote for the September 2016 Entitlement Princess Of The Month?

  • Sarah (72%, 58 Votes)
  • Tamara Wyche (28%, 23 Votes)

Total Voters: 81

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Sep 292016
 

By now, I’m sure you have all heard about the fiasco that happened to Palmer Luckey, inventor of the Oculus Rift, due to a single donation of his along with having a Trump & #GamerGate supporting girlfriend.  Many people are calling this Brendan Eich 2.0, refering to how Brendan Eich was forced out of Mozilla, due to his political beliefs.  While there are similarities between what is happening to Palmer Luckey and what happened to Brendan Eich, simply calling this Brendan Eich 2.0 ignores a major part of why Palmer Luckey is in this situation.

When Brendan Eich was forced out of Mozilla, it was just about him.  No one was interested in destroying Mozilla, just getting rid of him.  There was also no attempt to connect Brendan Eich to some larger group like 4Chan.  With Palmer Luckey, it’s different.  For example, VentureBeat is connecting Palmer Luckey to everything from the NRA to 4Chan just because he uses common abbreviations like LEO for law enforcement officer and the “>” symbol for quoting comments that he is responding to. VentureBeat says that using the “>” symbol is evidence of being connected to 4Chan because on 4Chan “>” turns text green.  In reality the “>” symbol has been used in email and on Usenet for quoting previous comments since before Palmer Luckey was born and before 4Chan existed.

While that may seem to be the most absurd thing anyone could say about Palmer Luckey, it gets worse.  The Atlantic is not only trying to connect Palmer Luckey to Trump & 4Chan, but to Elliot Rodger, (yes Elliot Roger), Peter Thiel, and Hulk Hogan’s lawsuit against Gawker (which Peter Thiel funded).  The Atlantic article doesn’t make much sense.  It seems to be saying that Silicon Valley is festering with Trump supporting Elliot Rodger wannabes, yet, even by the article’s own admission, Silicon Valley is heavily anti-Trump.  It seems like the article is trying to imply some sort of conspiracy theory where Palmer Luckey, Peter Thiel, 4Chan & similar elements are secretly working together to use VR to turn geeks into Elliot Rodgers.

What The Atlantic & VentureBeat is absurd and lacks any connection to reality.  Brendan Eich didn’t have to deal with this level of craziness.  Wrapped up in all of this is the narrative that the media has been selling about this.  That narrative is that Palmer Luckey has managed to completely derail the progress of VR development.  The media is pushing that narrative hard because the media wants to derail the development of VR.  VR is a threat to traditional media like The Atlantic and even newer media like VentureBeat, Gawker, etc.  VR is a bigger threat to current media than Trump could ever be.  The media has declared war on Palmer Luckey in an attempt to stop VR.  That will not work.  Attacking Palmer Luckey is too little, too late to stop VR.  VR has been in development for decades, and VR development will not stop or be slowed down regardless of what happens to Palmer Luckey.  The worst case scenario is that developers use a different platform for VR than the Oculus Rift.  There is too much money involved and too many options available for a crash in VR development to happen.

Sep 192016
 

I have been avoiding commenting on the Douglas Crockford situation where he got dis-invited to the Nodevember conference due to vague accusations of making other people (namely women) uncomfortable.  The problem for me was that there was no hard information about what was going on.  I figured something would come out eventually (and it would exonerate Douglas Crockford).  I decided to stop waiting when I discovered the following “example” of  Douglas Crockford’s sexism.

Someone on reddit said that at the previous Nodevember conference, Douglas Crockford was talking about hot chicks during his keynote.  Here is the video of hit allegedly doing that:

He wasn’t talking about hot chicks. He was talking about HOT CHICKEN.  For those of you who don’t know, hot chicken is a type of fried chicken from Nashville, where Nodevember is held.  Hot chicken is made using cayenne pepper so it is spicy. It is very good so if you have the opportunity to try it you should do so.  Before Douglas Crockford’s keynote at the last Nodevember, hot chicken was served for lunch, and that is the hot chicken he is referencing in the video.

This tells you everything you need to know about the Douglas Crockford situation.  Feminists and manginas are so desperate to get him that they’re twisting hot chicken into hot chicks.  On top of that, they’re sullying the good name of hot chicken.  I’m sure some feminist or mangina will soon say that hot chicken is misogynist rather than admit they made a mistake by not realizing the difference between hot chicken and hot chicks.

What’s next?  Will feminists and manginas say that Roscoe’s House of Chicken and Waffles oppresses women?  Eventually, it is going to happen.

Sep 102016
 

It has been 10 years since the Duke Lacrosse false rape accusation.  How does everyone who falsely accused the Duke Lacrosse players of rape, such as the faculty at Duke who supported this false rape accusations, feel about it now?  They have absolutely no remorse about it.  They don’t care that they were a part of a virtual lynch mob.

Additionally, there have been ZERO consequences for the Duke faculty who supported this false rape accusation.  Most of them are still working at Duke.  The rest are working at other universities.  In either case, it is safe to assume that they are pushing more false rape accusations.

Sep 082016
 

I found this at End Women’s Suffrage:

I’m pretty sure that everyone reading this knew that picture was of pieces of a screwdriver.  I have a screwdriver that takes such bits in my set of tools.  I didn’t realize that my set of tools included an “automatic assault rifle”.  What’s next?  Are women going to think my wrenches are grenades?

Sep 052016
 

I found this screenshot from a tweet:

Yes, I would ask for proof.  For her pet dying to be equivalent to a sexual assault accusation, that would mean that she is accusing someone of murdering her pet.  For sexual assault to happen, someone has to cause it.  There is no equivalent in sexual assault to dying of natural causes where death can happen independently of someone causing it.  Any woman who says she has been sexually assaulted is accusing a man of sexually assaulting her.  That is an accusation of criminal behavior.  Since we have a standard of innocent until proven guilty when it comes to crimes (unless you’re in college), we always demand evidence that a crime actually happened.

Sep 032016
 

It’s the time of the month to select a new Entitlement Princess of the Month.  Last month’s winner was Hillary Clinton for being Hillary Clinton.

The Entitlement Princess of the Month can only keep going with your support so keep submitting new entitlement princesses on the Entitlement Princess of the Month submission page.

I know I promised that voting would be back this month, but I’m short on time and Anon provided a link about a woman who clearly deserves to be this month’s Entitlement Princess of the Month.  She is Annaliese Nielsen, and she is this month’s winner for her abuse of a Lyft driver.  The Lyft driver has a Hawaiian bobblehead on his dashboard, and Nielsen harassed him until he kicked her out of his car.  Now, in true entitlement princess fashion, Nielsen is complaining that everyone who finds her behavior odious is harassing her.

This is a good example of a certain aspect of being an entitlement princess.  Nielsen had higher socioeconomic status than the Lyft driver.  She was able to use that power to temporarily get the Lyft driver fired from Lyft.  If it wasn’t for a video that came out about this incident, the Lyft driver wouldn’t have been reinstated by Lyft.  Nielsen would have been successful at permanently preventing the Lyft driver from continuing to work at Lyft.

Aug 292016
 

The feminist war on space exploration continues.  This time The Atlantic magazine writes that the constellations oppress women.  (This is not a satire piece.  It is real.)  The only purpose of such an article is to continue the feminist war on space exploration by accusing every aspect of space of misogyny.

What are constellations?  Constellations are a group of stars that form a recognizable pattern.  In other words, The Atlantic is accusing the stars of being located in such a way that from the Earth they can generate misogyny.  Literally, feminists are saying that way the universe is organized in such a way to oppress women.

On top of that the article from The Atlantic also says that the names of spaceships and space probes are also sexist and oppress women.  There is no aspect of space exploration that feminists have not accused of misogyny.  Feminists have lied about NASA’s budget, attacked the shirt of a space scientist, accused the Pioneer 10 probe plaque of sexism, accused movies about space exploration of being sexist, and said that there will be a rape epidemic in space.  Clearly, the feminist war on space exploration is total which is why we must fight even small aspects of it like when feminists accuse constellations of being sexist.

Aug 272016
 

Feminists have declared war on many aspects of technology, science, health care, & modern life, such as dentists, doctors, air conditioning, vaccination, the tech industry, etc.  Thus it can not be a surprise that feminists would declare war on any human advance since the dawn of humanity.  The latest thing feminists have declared war on is fire.  Yes, fire.  Feminists are blaming the rise of patriarchy on the discovery of fire.  In other words, feminists are saying that women got burned by fire.

Where would be without fire?  We would probably be sitting in caves with none of the advancements humanity has made in the last several thousand years.  We would have no way to prevent freezing to death.  Feminists would have us all freeze to death just because they feel that fire oppresses them.  This has to be the ultimate example of how feminists are anti-science, anti-technology, anti-civilization, and all around anti-humanity.

Aug 022016
 

It’s the time of the month to select a new Entitlement Princess of the Month.  Last month’s winner was Rose McGowan for her whining about X-Men: Apocalypse posters.

The Entitlement Princess of the Month can only keep going with your support so keep submitting new entitlement princesses on the Entitlement Princess of the Month submission page.

This month I have decided to give the award without voting because last week was the Democratic National Convention.  Thus the only choice for this month has to be Hillary Clinton.  This should require no explanation.  Clinton is so entitled that she considers herself above the law, whether those laws are about handling of classified material to the FOIA (Freedom of Information Act).  On top of that she thinks she’s entitled to the presidency because she has a vagina.  I could go on and on, but what’s the point?  It’s clear that Hillary Clinton deserves to be the Entitlement Princess of the Month.

Jul 152016
 

A mangina tried to answer the question of whether feminists/SJWs want women to be equal to men or be a protected class.  As can be expected the mangina twists himself into knots to avoid giving a clear answer to that question to the point where he seriously compares women to the disabled:

You may still need accommodations to function in society that others do not require. That doesn’t mean that you’re unequal any more than a disabled person is a second-class citizen for needing a ramp.

For the purpose of this post, I’m going to set aside how vile it is and insulting to disabled people to compare the average healthy woman to a disabled person.  This mangina is saying that being female is a (permanent) disability.  Thus he’s arguing that women will always need special accommodations forever.  By doing so this mangina is really saying that women are MORE disabled than disabled people because eventually technology will exist that will fix every disability out there.

I anticipate that we will see more of this “women are disabled” argument.  It may be argued implicitly or explicitly, but feminists will latch on to it to defend all the special privileges women have.  It will get to the point where you will see an able bodied woman telling a man with no legs in a wheelchair why she is the one who is really disabled.

Jul 092016
 

I found an example that proves that the feminist idea that there is pervasive misogyny in the tech industry is nothing but paranoid propaganda:

Here’s an example I was thinking of after I wrote my original post.

I work at a largish engineering company, and help organize events for summer interns. One of them is an “ask us anything” panel where we encourage interns to ask recently graduated full-time employees about life at the company without managers / HR in the room.

Every year, we get a young woman asking us something along the lines of “I’ve heard the engineering industry is super sexist. How horribly oppressed am I going to be?”

Now, the response they usually get from the ladies on the panel (who I assume are being truthful) is basically “you will very occasionally get some sexist / not-quite-appropriate remarks, almost exclusively from people either within 10 years of retirement (hence self solving) or from the non-college educated techs that have a rougher culture in general. This will be mildly annoying but won’t have a real effect on your career”.

So given that it seems workplace sexism for our engineers isn’t really fake, but is typically a minor irritant at worst, is that female intern really well served by being primed to expect lousy sexist treatment? The potential paranoia that every adverse decision is unavoidable due to your gender, or that today will be the day you’re horribly harassed… can’t that be worse than the actual harm of the intransigent remaining vestiges of professional sexism?

This shows that there is no vile hive mind running an assault mission against women in tech.  In addition, the two examples of “kindly annoying misogyny” in tech are likely to not be misogyny at all.  In the case of the men within 10 years of retirement, that is more likely to be noting more than failing to use the latest SJW approved language than actual misogyny.  For the less educated men, that is likely to be the problem as well plus the (college educated) women being bigoted against men who are not college educated.  Thus, it is clear that there is no misogyny in the tech industry.

Jul 022016
 

It’s the time of the month to select a new Entitlement Princess of the Month.  Last month’s winner with 71% was Trigglypuff for being Trigglypuff.

The Entitlement Princess of the Month can only keep going with your support so keep submitting new entitlement princesses on the Entitlement Princess of the Month submission page.

This month there are two entitlement princesses to choose from.  The first was submitted by Trigglypuff Sat On Me, and she is Nayla Kidd.  Kidd was a student at Columbia University who just seemed to disappear from campus one day. As her family and friends did not have any knowledge of her whereabouts, this led to a police investigation.  Nayla Kidd was not abducted or anything.  She just decided to become an artist in New York City, but did not care that the police were wasting time looking for her or how her family and friends felt. Kidd blamed not only the pressure of being at Columbia, but Columbia itself for failing to provide her an opportunity for not accommodating her as a “social learner”.

The second entitlement princess was submitted by Caber, and she is Rose McGowan.  McGowan demanded that Fox replace one of its ads for X-Men: Apocalypse where the bad guy is choking Mystique because to her it somehow contributes to “violence against women”. In addition, this led to McGowan demanding more things like more female directors.

Vote for one of the entitlement princesses in the poll below. Remember you are voting for the biggest entitlement princess, not necessarily the most evil woman or the most violent woman or the most insane woman or the biggest whore.

Who is your vote for the June 2016 Entitlement Princess Of The Month?

  • Rose McGowan (67%, 64 Votes)
  • Nayla Kidd (33%, 31 Votes)

Total Voters: 95

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Jun 252016
 

I don’t know how to describe this so let me start off with the words of Sarah Nadav, a startup founder who came up with a new idea:

Let’s talk about an uncomfortable truth, sexual harassment and assault is common in the tech industry. The only reason we don’t hear more about it is because the men who perpetrate it the most are also the ones who hold the “keys to the kingdom”- as investors or powerful industry figures, women don’t want to ruin their careers by speaking out.

So I have come to a conclusion. I am adding a “sexual misconduct clause” into all of my investment agreements. If an investor or employee of the investor/accelerator/incubator makes a sexual advance towards me or anyone in my company (Civilize), then they are stripped of all of their shares in Civilize (even the ones that have vested) and there will be a public notice to shareholders as to the reason why.

Notice the jump from sexual assault to a sexual advance, which could mean anything including asking someone out for coffee.  On top of that, not only is there no due process when an alleged “sexual advance” occurs, but how easily this could be used for fraud.  Want to steal an investors shares in a startup?  That’s easy to do with this since all you have to do is accuse the investor (or one of their employees) of asking someone out.  Who would want to invest in such a scenario?

Or what if the person who is falsely accused of asking someone out is gay?  Or a gay individual actually asks someone out of the same sex?  That will be an immediate fraud lawsuit plus the accusation of discrimination against gays and homophobia.  And that has to be an issue, because she says that ” sexual harassment and assault is common in the tech industry”.  Remember, we keep hearing about how few women are in tech.  For sexual harassment and assault to be endemic in tech, that has to mean the primary victims of this alleged epidemic are men not women.

I don’t know how this would be enforceable.  Take how she listed employees of an incubator as being bound by this clause.  Every employee of the incubator would have to be informed and sign a document to that effect.  Any smart employee of said incubator will just avoid Sarah Nadav and her company.  Another reason that it would not be enforceable is the question of how it would apply to Sarah Nadav herself.  What happens if she (or one of her employees) asks out an investor, an employee of an investor, or an employee at an incubator?  Why does she and her employees have the right to ask people out working for their incubator or investor, but not the reverse.  For that matter, someone who is pissed off at her could use this policy against her by falsely accusing her of sexual advances and threatening to use this policy against the accuser.

Where did Sarah Nadav get this insane idea?  Read her own words:

Let me walk you through my process:

Yesterday I read Lena Dunham’s Linkedin post

We don’t need to continue reading after that, but it gets worse.  She is by her own admission filled with rage about (potential) investors:

While other CEOs are worried about getting funded, I am shit scared that one of them will invest.

Every time I get up to pitch, instead of sharing my vision I am exploding with rage. And then I apologize and promise to do better, and change my pitch to one that is even more antagonizing then the last.

I was literally told that I need to work harder on hiding my thinly veiled contempt for the investors.

The good news is that no one will have to deal with her “sexual advance clause” and its fraud because she will have already scared all investors away.  Despite this, Sarah Nadav is worried that an investor will want to have dinner with her:

Because here is my deepest fear- I am afraid that one of these men, these bad actors will end up investing in Civilize. He will have a board seat, he will own part of my life’s work. One day, he will offer to take me out to dinner and I will think it is professional but he will have another agenda (because in his mind lunch is for business and dinner is for lovers but I didn’t get the memo), he will make an advance, I won’t know what to do, everything will get awkward and I will be afraid of making an enemy of him because he will have the power to oust me from my company.

I have good news for Sarah Nadav.  She never needs to worry about an investor (or any other man) asking her out to dinner.  No investor will invest in her startup after seeing her rage and contempt.  No man (investor or otherwise) will ask her to dinner because they won’t want to be alone with her.  Given her rage, paranoia, and all around crazy, no man will want to be anywhere near her without multiple witnesses.  And that will be true for many women too.  The only conclusion I can draw from this is that Sarah Nadav has decided to shout, “I’m insane.  Don’t invest in my startup.”  We have all gotten the message.

Jun 172016
 

More and more has been happening with the Jacob Appelbaum case.  For those of you who don’t know what is going on, Jacob Appelbaum is (or rather was since he resigned his position) at the TOR Project, a software application to help protect anonymity on the internet.  A website (http://jacobappelbaum.net/) got created out of nowhere to document all of Appelbaum’s alleged rapes and sexual assaults.  It has all of the hallmarks of being nothing but false accusations.  The crimes that Appelbaum are supposed to have committed unspecified or poorly specified.  They are also mostly unfalsifiable except in one case that was reported by witnesses, but the supposed victim insists she was not sexually assaulted.  (This is exactly the same thing that happened at CSU.)  It’s also a social media campaign with a call for others to come forward to join the social media campaign.  None of that involves going to the police or taking any legal action whatsoever.

That last part is very important.  One of Appelbaum’s accusers objects to due process and the legal system because it is “violent towards accusers”.  This is basically the same argument that is being used by the women at the University of Tennessee who are suing to end due process because they believe due process violates their rights.  In other words, this woman wants to completely eliminate due process.  Additionally, that same woman objects to being described as a lynch mob:

I was troubled by some of the misguided defenses of Jake. People speaking up were dismissed as a lynch mob — an ahistorical and offensive way to describe a critical mass of people who had previously been silenced and were demanding accountability.

This is the exact same argument that the KKK would use to lynch black men, especially if a white woman was falsely accusing a black man of rape.  Everyone who is accusing Appelbaum of anything is morally equivalent to the KKK now.

Instead of due process and a real evidence based investigation conducted by police, the accusers want something called “transformative justice”. From what I can tell is half gibberish and half complete totalitarianism. Take a look at some of the steps involved in “transformative justice”:

0. Jake must be excluded from all community activities as a precondition for healing.

1. We must believe victims, and continue to foster an environment where they feel safe to report their stories of abuse.

“Transformative justice” is just another term for getting rid of due process and legal standards like innocent until proven guilty.  It doesn’t even replace innocent until proven guilty with guilty until proven innocent.  Under guilty until proven innocent an innocent man still has a chance of being declared innocent sometimes.  “Transformative justice” is guilty forever with no possibility of proving innocence.  The court systems of the most totalitarian nations that have ever lived (including the Soviet Union) weren’t this bad.

It’s obvious that all of the accusations against Appelbaum are false.  Any criminal accusation made by someone who wants to eliminate due process must be a lie.  Anyone who has a legitimate criminal accusation against someone would not be afraid of due process.

Jun 112016
 

Jezebel Jizzabel decided to let everyone know that Gawker declaring Chapter 11 bankruptcy won’t stop them.  Jizzabel made it clear that they would “continue blogging here every day with the same, excellent staff” and gave some examples of their blogging:

Texas Man and Small-Time Dick Insists He Actually Has a Huge Dick, Everyone
A Timeline of Amber Heard and Johnny Depp’s Brief, Volatile Relationship
Beyond ‘Work’: Here Are the Songs of the Summer
What Happened to the Girl Behind ‘White Girl Problems’?

With hard hitting journalism like that from their “excellent staff”, Gawker should use declaring chapter 11 as an opportunity to put Jizzabel out of its, and more importantly our, misery.

Jun 082016
 

There is this Stanford swimmer in the news I’m sure all of you have heard about.  I don’t care about if his sentence for sexual assault was too lenient.  Women who commit sexual crimes against boys get similarly lenient sentences or even more lenient sentences.  Until that is fixed the Stanford swimmer does not deserve a longer sentence.

Plus, I would not be surprised that we eventually find out he is a victim of the false rape industry.  Every high profile rape accusation has turned out to be false, so why not this one?

Jun 052016
 

It’s the time of the month to select a new Entitlement Princess of the Month.  Last month’s winner with 78% of the vote was Meghann Foye, the woman who wanted “meternity” leave.

The Entitlement Princess of the Month can only keep going with your support so keep submitting new entitlement princesses on the Entitlement Princess of the Month submission page.

This month there are two entitlement princesses to choose from.  The first was submitted by john03063 and she is Cinnamon Nicole, a woman who spent all of her family’s money on powerball tickets. Then she started a GoFundMe campaign not to reimburse her family, but to try again with powerball tickets. GoFundMe shut down the campaign.

The second was submitted by Trigglypuff Sat On Me and she is Trigglypuff, the woman who was made famous by this video:

Among other things Trigglypuff demands that her speech never get interrupted while she demands the right to shut down other people’s speech.

Vote for one of the entitlement princesses in the poll below. Remember you are voting for the biggest entitlement princess, not necessarily the most evil woman or the most violent woman or the most insane woman or the biggest whore.

Who is your vote for the May 2016 Entitlement Princess Of The Month?

  • Trigglypuff (71%, 57 Votes)
  • Cinnamon Nicole (29%, 23 Votes)

Total Voters: 80

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May 302016
 

Since today is Memorial Day, let’s remember how our servicemen are being treated such as how the military is using the excuse of “fighting sexual harassment” to avoid treating servicemen suffering from PTSD to how judges are ignoring the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act to deny servicemen their parental rights.  Our servicemen are putting their lives on the line for us, and those two cases are chilling examples of how our men in uniform are getting treated.

As we see with the example of servicemen getting denied PTSD treatment under the banner of “fighting sexual harassment”, mental heath issues are a big problem for servicemen.  The biggest mental health problem for servicemen is not PTSD or anything related to combat.  As I found on End Women’s Sufferage, it’s the wives of servicemen cheating on them:

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Active duty psychologists in the military are constantly dealing with servicemen having mental health problems due to their wives cheating on them while the servicemen are deployed.  The servicemen are deployed to hostile combat zones where they risk injury and death.  What are their wives doing as soon as they’re gone?  Cheating on them.  No wonder the servicemen are developing mental health disorders in such a situation.  This is so bad that servicemen with no history of mental health problems are developing mental health disorders.  It is so common that active duty psychologists are constantly dealing with this.

The psychologist above points out the vast amount of money being spent just because the wives of servicemen can’t stay faithful.  But, I’m more concerned about the servicemen themselves.  Servicemen have an unusually high suicide rate.  If their wives just kept their legs shut while they were deployed, the suicide rate for servicemen would be much lower.

May 282016
 

There is a phenomena known as the uncanny valley. It’s an aesthetic phenomena, typically seen in 3D computer animation and robotics, where a person has a negative reaction to something that looks similar a person or acts similar to a person. What happens is that a person notices slight differences between how something that looks or acts like a person and how an actual person would look or act. What is interesting about the phenomena is that it happens only with something that looks or acts close to a person. Something that clearly does not look like or act like a person does not generate that reaction. This graph shows how the uncanny valley phenomena only starts to appear when something gets close to looking like or acting like a person.

When it comes to reviews of VR sex that I have seen, there has been no one complaining of anything that could be caused by the uncanny valley despite that VR sex is in its infancy.  I don’t just mean reviews like this one from the MGTOW subreddit.  Even more “mainstream” reviews of VR sex like this one or this other one that Anon pointed out don’t either.

While it is possible that the uncanny valley for VR sex hasn’t been reached yet, I don’t think it matters if that is true.  Part of the appeal of VR sex (for heterosexual men) is that you don’t have to deal with the usual female bullshit.  This could be the one case where the uncanny valley could be used as a selling point in the marketing of VR sex.  The women in VR sex aren’t exactly like real women, and that’s a good thing.  If VR sex is on the other side of the uncanny valley then none of this matters.  If not, then it becomes a plus in its favor.  Either way, VR sex will be viable product soon.

May 252016
 

A Sheriff in Idaho admits that the false rape industry is very real:

This Sheriff was willing to admit what most law enforcement knows, that there are many false rape accusations. I found the example he brought up of teenage girls who have consensual sex but make a false rape accusation is very interesting. Part of that is unwillingness on the part of teenage girls to admit they had consensual sex, but as he points out a big part of the problem is when teenage girls get forced to make false rape accusations by their parents. It makes you wonder how many false rape accusations were the results of meddling by third parties. Whatever the answer, it is a waste of time for law enforcement. And as the Sheriff points out, law enforcement is painfully aware of how their time is being wasted.

May 212016
 

As we know, the women in tech movement seeks to remove as many men as possible from the tech industry.  And part of that is targeting Indian men and Asian men working in tech.  Many Asian and Indian men who work in tech are immigrants.  Now, there is a new angle in targeting Asian and Indian immigrants working in tech, using the fact that some visas require their wives to not work.

The article blames “an immigration system focused only on meeting corporations’ needs” which is bullshit by itself since any of these wives of immigrants working in the tech industry could change their visa status.  However, I anticipate that the next target will be the immigrant men working in tech themselves for forcing their wives into an immigration status where they can’t work.  Since the vast majority of immigrant men working in tech are Indian and Asian, this is really an attack on Indian and Asian men working in tech.  Indian and Asian men are already accused of importing “misogyny” into the tech industry, and this visa issue will be used to bolster that attack.  Even with tactics like these, I don’t anticipate this will stop class action racial discrimination lawsuits from Asian and Indian men when the women in tech movement tries to remove them from the tech industry.

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