Wow did she write a great summation argument for her/our case.
Too bad she called it “The War on Men”. ‘The War On’ is a tired phrase because women and liberals have worn it out, and it is a groan elicitor among the very people are are apt to grasp and agree with what she has to say.
Who could say it better?
During this time, I’ve spoken with hundreds, if not thousands, of men and women. And in doing so, I’ve accidentally stumbled upon a subculture of men who’ve told me, in no uncertain terms, that they’re never getting married. When I ask them why, the answer is always the same.
Women aren’t women anymore.
The only thing she didn’t say is that, while women have become a pseudo quasi kinda sorta proxy for men, and yeah go gurl and all that, the men who are not the subculture she refers to, those that have adapted to the scene, they have had to become women who happen to have external genitalia and may be a bit taller for the shelf reach. But HE BEST KNOW he has no skills that are attributable to his gender uniquely. That’s bad. And well, he drools too.
She goes on to lay out a cornerstone of the manosphere in a couple of short sentences.
It is precisely this dynamic – women good/men bad – that has destroyed the relationship between the sexes. Yet somehow, men are still to blame when love goes awry. Heck, men have been to blame since feminists first took to the streets in the 1970s.
But what if the dearth of good men, and ongoing battle of the sexes, is – hold on to your seats – women’s fault?
There was one finer point I wanted to take exception to; when she touches the topic of sex and how its so easy for men now, she claims:
It’s the women who lose. Not only are they saddled with the consequences of sex