Mansplaining: A revisit to an old topic

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  • #786072
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    Frey
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    Afternoon everyone, I had a couple of thoughts that I’ve been playing with for a little while now, so I thought i’d ramble on it for a little while.

    So not too long ago, there was a topic that surged around a newly made term called “mansplaining” (assumably by the same people that coined “manspreading”)

    I don’t pretend to be fluent in nonsense but my best understanding of the term is that its simply the act of a man explaining something, and apparently there is something wrong about that. Here’s a video if you have 6 minutes of your time that you don’t mind wasting: https://youtu.be/jmeTnVywvwU

    So why am I bringing this up?
    Well, as nonsensical as my initial interpretation of this term was. It suddenly came to mind not too long ago that it kind of makes sense in a very indirect manner.

    If you think about it. At least half of the time you try to explain something to a child, a woman or in some instances your typical cucks and manginas, that no matter how well you think you can put it, the message just does not seem to get to them? Or it takes a very long time, with numerous attempts to cram the message into their seemingly thick skulls?

    Now if you’re in a place of work or you are with like-minded individuals, then I would say that this topic then become irrelevant because the issue of miscommunication would never happen in the first place!

    But for the many instances that you are not in such a presence, wouldn’t all our attempts to communicate our points, no matter how logical and well sounded they may be, be simply wasted on deaf ears? Mind you, i’m not trying to convince you that that is the case, but simply raise awareness that that may also be a possibility.

    For a long time, and even now, I’ve always thought that the best way to win a battle is with as little effort as possible. But in that same line of thought, What’s the point of wasting one’s time and energy on a battle that yields them no benefit when the person involved isn’t even competent enough to understand where he or she is wrong.

    So at the end of the day, my take home message from this is more or less this: Mansplaining might actually be a real thing, a very useful tool at that. But you may not necessarily need to use it often, just often enough. I mean, what’s more important to you, you’re time and energy or proving a point (on a case by case basis of course)?

    The might of masculinity has been lying dormant for quite some time. But as the cycle of life comes full circle, history shall come to repeat itself. We have fallen, and thus, we shall rise again.

    #786077
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    Anonymous
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    Its a naturel reaction for a stupid f~~~ing c~~~.
    They hate to admit they need things explained to them.

    But hey, mabey they should

    Women listen!!!

    #786098
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    Anonymous
    4

    The Urban Dictionary has several definitions which are spot on, including:

    When a man tries to explain something to a woman and she feels stupid for not figuring out herself, she accuses him of “mansplaining”.

    A misandrist term for a man making too much sense.
    Usually used by feminists to dismiss anything a man says that makes them [feminists] look bad or stupid.

    LinkToUrbanDictionaryMansplaining

    #786099
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    Manspread Mansplainer
    Manspread Mansplainer
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    I use a made up term too: “woman-listening” or “womansplaining”.

    It’s nagging with an air of condescending bitchiness.

    The pussy pass has expired.

    If women ran the world = It would become the shithole you are seeing.

    #786104
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    Grumpy
    Grumpy
    Participant

    Meh
    Passage of the correct information/definition/terminology/or explanation in a timely fashion will always be interpreted as “mansplaining” by women.
    I swear the way most women and mangina’s go on about it, one would conclude that you actually said something along the lines of:
    No, you stupid c~~~. It means your retarded interpretation of <insert subject matter here> is not what it really means, nor is your infantile “feelings” about <insert subject matter here> relevant or practicable in any reasonable application.

    I find myself telling more and more people to read the f~~~ing manual (or instruction booklet if they are sensitive to the word MANUAL) these days. That way its booksplaining.

    There was a time in my life when I gave a fuck. Now you have to pay ME for it

    #786107
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    Romulus
    Romulus
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    4693

    Deeper bitch. (see Mansplaining)

    How can a woman be expected to be happy with a man who insists on treating her as if she were a perfectly normal human being.

    #786118
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    Sky-☯️
    Sky-☯️
    Participant

    During my blue pill era, amidst a cosmic journey straight into hell and back that spanned a year and a half with a gorgeous but cognitively challenged flight attendant:

    Towards the end when I got suspicious about her cheating, we were arguing and I asked her if she knew what the definition of monogamy was. Without using a dictionary.

    And she just looked back at me and said ‘I thought we were going to go out and get sushi tonight’

    Then I gave a brief explanation of what monogamy is and asked her if she had been monogamous during out relationship.

    And she just sat there, staring straight ahead with a blank expression on her face and said

    ‘Why are you doing this to us?’

    Since that whole experience with Princess Pumpkin, I have had conversations with brick walls, inanimate objects and at one point a goldfish that had more depth & meaning than any attempt at communicating with her ever resulted in.

    Seriously

    #786126
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    Frey
    Frey
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    Since that whole experience with Princess Pumpkin, I have had conversations with brick walls, inanimate objects and at one point a goldfish that had more depth & meaning than any attempt at communicating with her ever resulted in.

    Seriously

    That sounds hilarious and quite appalling at the same time

    The might of masculinity has been lying dormant for quite some time. But as the cycle of life comes full circle, history shall come to repeat itself. We have fallen, and thus, we shall rise again.

    #786172
    +1

    Is your thesis basically that we shouldn’t waste time trying to explain the red pill to most people? If so, I can agree with that. Some people are too thick, some too stubborn, some can’t be convinced by arguments and need gynocentrism to rape them in the ass several times over before they get it, and others will never swallow it no matter what happens (namely, the white knight types who would give their lives for the holy vagina).

    I recall hearing Barbarossa say that the red pill simply isn’t for everyone. For one reason or another, some people just aren’t able to digest it. So yes, I keep my “mansplaining” to a minimum, and you can be sure I’d never even consider trying to explain red pill to a female. But once in a blue moon, you meet someone who seems just open minded enough, and then I’ll mansplain to my heart’s content.

    Women are better at multitasking? Fucking up several things at once is not multitasking.

    #786173
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    Anonymous
    96

    Here is a classic mansplaining video I’ve ever seen. She accuses a legislator of mansplaining and he takes her down hard.

    The take home message here is that the term manspaining is not about talking down to women. It’s about women shutting up men.

    It is degrading and is meant to be. It is a sexist, misandric power grab over the conversation in sexual dynamics.

    #786174
    +4

    The Urban Dictionary has several definitions which are spot on

    Urban Dictionary has always struck me as extraordinarily red pilled.

    Women are better at multitasking? Fucking up several things at once is not multitasking.

    #786175
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    Secret Agent MGTOW
    Secret Agent MGTOW
    Participant
    25030

    Afternoon everyone, I had a couple of thoughts that I’ve been playing with for a little while now, so I thought i’d ramble on it for a little while.

    So not too long ago, there was a topic that surged around a newly made term called “mansplaining” (assumably by the same people that coined “manspreading”)

    I don’t pretend to be fluent in nonsense but my best understanding of the term is that its simply the act of a man explaining something, and apparently there is something wrong about that. Here’s a video if you have 6 minutes of your time that you don’t mind wasting: https://youtu.be/jmeTnVywvwU

    So why am I bringing this up?
    Well, as nonsensical as my initial interpretation of this term was. It suddenly came to mind not too long ago that it kind of makes sense in a very indirect manner.

    If you think about it. At least half of the time you try to explain something to a child, a woman or in some instances your typical cucks and manginas, that no matter how well you think you can put it, the message just does not seem to get to them? Or it takes a very long time, with numerous attempts to cram the message into their seemingly thick skulls?

    Now if you’re in a place of work or you are with like-minded individuals, then I would say that this topic then become irrelevant because the issue of miscommunication would never happen in the first place!

    But for the many instances that you are not in such a presence, wouldn’t all our attempts to communicate our points, no matter how logical and well sounded they may be, be simply wasted on deaf ears? Mind you, i’m not trying to convince you that that is the case, but simply raise awareness that that may also be a possibility.

    For a long time, and even now, I’ve always thought that the best way to win a battle is with as little effort as possible. But in that same line of thought, What’s the point of wasting one’s time and energy on a battle that yields them no benefit when the person involved isn’t even competent enough to understand where he or she is wrong.

    So at the end of the day, my take home message from this is more or less this: Mansplaining might actually be a real thing, a very useful tool at that. But you may not necessarily need to use it often, just often enough. I mean, what’s more important to you, you’re time and energy or proving a point (on a case by case basis of course)?

    Look either way they are going to blame you.

    Say something, youre mansplaining.

    Say nothing, why didn’t you say something?

    Since they will just blame you, the man, anyway, choose the option that wastes less time and is less drama-filled. Say nothing. “I was busy doing my work. Like your bosses, I assume you and everyone else here, working adults hired by this company to do your jobs, knew what you were doing.”

    Women want everything, but want responsibility and accountability for nothing.

    #786202
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    Frey
    Frey
    Participant
    210

    Is your thesis basically that we shouldn’t waste time trying to explain the red pill to most people? If so, I can agree with that. Some people are too thick, some too stubborn, some can’t be convinced by arguments and need gynocentrism to rape them in the ass several times over before they get it, and others will never swallow it no matter what happens (namely, the white knight types who would give their lives for the holy vagina).

    I recall hearing Barbarossa say that the red pill simply isn’t for everyone. For one reason or another, some people just aren’t able to digest it. So yes, I keep my “mansplaining” to a minimum, and you can be sure I’d never even consider trying to explain red pill to a female. But once in a blue moon, you meet someone who seems just open minded enough, and then I’ll mansplain to my heart’s content.

    Read me like a book.

    Coincidentally, part of what motivated me to revisit this topic was because of how a fellow friend of mine recently tried to red pill his close friends.

    They were blue pulled fellows as far as I understand, naturally the situation backfired.

    I wasn’t too surprised at the outcome but it did get me thinking a man’s generosity can potentially be his own worst enemy so to speak.

    The might of masculinity has been lying dormant for quite some time. But as the cycle of life comes full circle, history shall come to repeat itself. We have fallen, and thus, we shall rise again.

    #786207
    Frey
    Frey
    Participant
    210

    Afternoon everyone, I had a couple of thoughts that I’ve been playing with for a little while now, so I thought i’d ramble on it for a little while.

    So not too long ago, there was a topic that surged around a newly made term called “mansplaining” (assumably by the same people that coined “manspreading”)

    I don’t pretend to be fluent in nonsense but my best understanding of the term is that its simply the act of a man explaining something, and apparently there is something wrong about that. Here’s a video if you have 6 minutes of your time that you don’t mind wasting: https://youtu.be/jmeTnVywvwU

    So why am I bringing this up?
    Well, as nonsensical as my initial interpretation of this term was. It suddenly came to mind not too long ago that it kind of makes sense in a very indirect manner.

    If you think about it. At least half of the time you try to explain something to a child, a woman or in some instances your typical cucks and manginas, that no matter how well you think you can put it, the message just does not seem to get to them? Or it takes a very long time, with numerous attempts to cram the message into their seemingly thick skulls?

    Now if you’re in a place of work or you are with like-minded individuals, then I would say that this topic then become irrelevant because the issue of miscommunication would never happen in the first place!

    But for the many instances that you are not in such a presence, wouldn’t all our attempts to communicate our points, no matter how logical and well sounded they may be, be simply wasted on deaf ears? Mind you, i’m not trying to convince you that that is the case, but simply raise awareness that that may also be a possibility.

    For a long time, and even now, I’ve always thought that the best way to win a battle is with as little effort as possible. But in that same line of thought, What’s the point of wasting one’s time and energy on a battle that yields them no benefit when the person involved isn’t even competent enough to understand where he or she is wrong.

    So at the end of the day, my take home message from this is more or less this: Mansplaining might actually be a real thing, a very useful tool at that. But you may not necessarily need to use it often, just often enough. I mean, what’s more important to you, you’re time and energy or proving a point (on a case by case basis of course)?

    Look either way they are going to blame you.

    Say something, youre mansplaining.

    Say nothing, why didn’t you say something?

    Since they will just blame you, the man, anyway, choose the option that wastes less time and is less drama-filled. Say nothing. “I was busy doing my work. Like your bosses, I assume you and everyone else here, working adults hired by this company to do your jobs, knew what you were doing.”

    I typically play dumb or assume various closed body language to avoid unwanted contact. But I’ll have to try that as well should the opportunity present itself.

    The might of masculinity has been lying dormant for quite some time. But as the cycle of life comes full circle, history shall come to repeat itself. We have fallen, and thus, we shall rise again.

    #786245
    +1
    Experienced
    experienced
    Participant

    She answered your question with a question =
    she never answered your question
    And is trying to put you up against the ropes.

    "It seems like there's times a body gets struck down so low, there ain't a power on earth that can ever bring him up again. Seems like something inside dies so he don't even want to get up again. But he does."

    #786283
    Secret Agent MGTOW
    Secret Agent MGTOW
    Participant
    25030

    She answered your question with a question =
    she never answered your question
    And is trying to put you up against the ropes.

    Typical flip the script/youre the bad one here scenario. Trying to control the frame.

    Her deflection/misdirection answer is actually her answer. I have zero doubt she was cheating.

    Women want everything, but want responsibility and accountability for nothing.

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