My Diminishing Manhood

By Michael

Many of my friends and family have heard me lament about the trials and tribulations involved with being a white heterosexual male in American society. Every day I wake up to bias and the ever-encroaching “civil rights” initiatives forced upon me by minorities and the liberal media machine. The socialist agenda has always been a hanging anvil over my head, but the thread has finally burned through with the publishing of a Pew Research Center report yesterday on family income. The findings that women are now the breadwinners in 4 out of 10 families with children in America is yet another cry from lady liberty for redirection.

I now find myself facing a horrible existential crisis; starting to question myself, and what my role truly is in this society of burgeoning heathenish opulence. While scrambling for the answers to this shocking study, I turned on Fox. God bless that network, because soon enough they brought on an all-male panel to put these troubling facts into terms I could understand.

It’s rare that one can find such an articulate and well-reasoned series of arguments in the news these days. I’m going to try and break down every part of this video for my lesser-educated liberal friends. I’m going to skip over some of the obvious issues America faces today (Obama’s myriad of scandals, abortions, high school dropouts), and just get down to the nitty-gritty of how women being successful in the workplace translates to the destruction of our society…so here it goes commies:

First up, here’s my favorite quote from Erick Erickson:

“When you look at biology, look at the natural world, the roles of a male and female in society, and the other animals, the male typically is the dominant role. The female, it’s not antithesis, or it’s not competing, it’s a complimentary role. We as people in a smart society have lost the ability to have complimentary relationships in nuclear families, and it’s tearing us apart.”

I think that it’s important to use science when arguing with liberals. They hate it when you’re able to point to nature to prove them wrong. Mr. Erickson brings up an important fact of nature; males are usually more dominant in the animal kingdom. Whether it’s making lionesses do all the hunting and child-raising, or being more colorful and cool-looking, males in nature know what’s what. It’s not that women are lesser than men, it’s that they have a role they have to play. I don’t think cooking is any less important than making hundreds of thousands of dollars or pursuing your ambitions; it’s simply different. Femi-nazis will attack Erick claiming he’s sexist, but he’s anything but that. He is more enlightened, not sexist, in understanding the worth of men and women. For that, I applaud him on his courage.

Erick also points out a great result from Pew study:

“3/4 of the people surveyed recognize that having moms as the primary breadwinner is bad for kids and bad for marriage”.

The problem with these “non-partisan” research groups is that the liberal academic elite controls them with an iron fist. Mr. Erickson fulfills his job as a panelist by taking the skewed question of whether more women working for pay affects child rearing, and filling in the blanks. Even though the question states “women working for pay”, Erick instead applies the question whether people are uncomfortable with female breadwinners to it, which, misreported by Pew, claims that allegedly 63% of people surveyed disagreed that men should make more money than women in a family. If Erick didn’t make this correction for us, we could’ve all fallen victim to the false reports of the Pew Research Center.

Here’s what former NPR commentator (thank god he’s no longer in that pinko-pressroom) Juan Williams said…

“You’re seeing the disintegration of marriage…you’re seeing I think, systemically, larger than the political stories we follow every day, something going terribly wrong in American society and its hurting our children, and it’s gonna have impact for generations to come”

Much like the recent evolution of marriage stemming from a growing LGBTQ community, Juan bases his claim on the disintegration of marriage on a fact which we know to be true: that any change to marriage is bad for the institution. As a marriage traditionalist, like Juan, I wholeheartedly believe in the dowry system and the marrying of people at the ages of 14-16. People will claim that he speaks from insecurity over his own manhood, but does anyone really believe that women are qualified to be playing a larger role in more areas of the economy? Just because they have been prevented in the past, both legally and socially, to take particular jobs, it doesn’t mean that all of a sudden they’re allowed to have whatever job they want in the 21st century.

Most importantly, what Juan concludes with couldn’t be more correct; the fact that this will have an impact on generations to come. I hope that my children will grow up, and raise their own kids in an America where couples will be seen taking on their correct roles in parenting responsibilities. I’ll be damned if any daughter of mine decides to get rebellious and pursue her career dreams!

With the actual facts on the table, one can see that this whole story by Fox was vital to correctly interpret the Pew report. This new report by the Pew Center is classic fear mongering by the liberal hate machine, tailored to my fellow males in an attempt to dissolve our grand hegemonic and paternalistic American experiment.

To the women out there reading this, continue kicking ass and shattering the glass.


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4 Responses to My Diminishing Manhood

  1. “I don’t think cooking is any less important than making hundreds of thousands of dollars or pursuing your ambitions; it’s simply a different.” Looks like a grammatical error at the end of that sentence. Removing the “a” would be one simple way to fix it.

  2. David Crouse says:

    Nathan, I see you’re internet bullying over here as well. Kudos!

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