Good catch!

Larry Kummer, Editor of Fabius Maximus caught an example of Dalrock’s Law of Feminism that I had missed.

Dalrock’s Law of Feminism: “Feminism is the assertion that men are evil and naturally want to harm women, followed by pleas to men to solve all of women’s problems.” {Example here.} But this is taking it to a mad extreme. What lays this responsibility on men to protect women from the consequences of their actions? Do they at least get cab fare at Uber rates for this service?

“Taking a drunk girl home, not to have sex with her but to make sure she gets there safely, is not the difference between a boy and a man; it is the difference between the perpetrator of a violent crime and an averagely decent, law-abiding human being.”

No, it is the difference between a criminal and a saint. Few people, men or women, go to such lengths to help strangers. Especially as this involves the risk of a sexual assault charge from the drunk, perhaps crazy or criminal, woman (such false accusations are common) – whose home he has entered while she was drunk.

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12 Responses to Good catch!

  1. MattyIce says:

    If you take a drunk girl home to make sure she gets there safely, you sir are an idiot and deserve what you get. Didn’t mama ever tell you not to talk to strangers? Let alone take them home???

  2. That post is an expansion of Dalrock’s post Ugly feminists high on rage.

    That is an excerpt from Women unleash their rage! Beta males revolt!.

    Summary: The next phase in the feminist revolution has begun, as women unleash their rage as a tool for social change – and men begin to jump off the bandwagon. This might a turning point. What comes next might be even more exciting. What if men initiated 50% of divorces? Divorce equality! At the end see two new books about feminist rage.

    It is time to move beyond description of events. Let’s look down the path to the end game. See the bad scenarios – and the possible outcomes if we stand together.

  3. earl says:

    I’m certainly not going to get charged with a HGUI…helping a girl under the influence.

  4. Eidolon says:

    What continues to concern me, outcome-wise, is people taking from all this that we simply weren’t egalitarian enough. That, rather than privileging women as we do now, we should apply all expectations equally to men and to women. Become even more androgynous. I even see comments here advocating this — “we should add women to the draft” and the like.

    Instead, we must abandon our preconceptions about how things were and accept that the old ways worked better. Women not having explicit power doesn’t mean they’ll be abused. Women ought to return to their proper role, for the good of themselves and society as a whole. Gratitude, generosity, and a gentle and quiet spirit is not weakness and “being a doormat”; ingratitude and shrillness is not strength. Societal expectations and obligations are a normal and healthy part of life, not some kind of alien, soul-crushing imposition.

    When sanity returns, the answer is, women, do what you’re made for. Men, do what you’re made for. Equality is, and always was, nonsense. It is neither a possibility nor a positive nor a goal to be pursued. “All men are created equal” is rhetoric and not literally true. “Separation of Church and State” was rhetoric and only meant “Protestants and Catholics, don’t kill each other when you’re politically ascendant.” The Constitution was a good attempt, but ultimately hasn’t worked out, isn’t currently being followed by anyone, and must be replaced.

    I just hope people won’t learn the wrong lessons from the coming collapse. But I think there’s a good chance that sanity will prevail when people actually have to deal with reality on a regular basis and can’t be so insulated from it.

  5. Nick Mgtow says:

    Yeah, bring a random girl at her place, for free. If you’re lucky, she’ll get down of your car, never turn around to just say “thank you”, close her door and forget your existence.

    After all, you’re only a litteral scoundrel and rat, from the Cinderella tale, aren’t you? Useful, but that’s it. And you don’t deserve some cash for your time and trouble.

    She is strong and independent, but terms and conditions may apply.

    Or, she’ll make a Go Fund Me for you, get loads of cash and in greed and lust, spend it all on herself.
    If you’re unlucky, you’ll get a false rape allegation. Go on, be a good enough guy!

  6. Larry G says:

    “I’m certainly not going to get charged with a HGUI…helping a girl under the influence.”

    tsk, tsk Earl, (flipping the Sarcasm Switch to the On position)
    Do you mean you would let a totally sloshed innocent female snowflake who is bar hopping dressed like a rather cheap hooker no doubt, be in mortal danger of getting fucked by strange men while drunk??? For crying out loud man, at least take some videos of the slut for entertainment and possible proof in court at a time to be determined later (possibly decades).
    (Sarcasm Switch to Off)

  7. Spike says:

    In these days of false accusations, why are men even at the party, let alone “taking the drunk girl home”?
    One recorded brief look at deliberately exposed cleavage is enough to get you into a heap of trouble and no end of humiliation.
    Just say “No”.

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  9. Micha Elyi says:

    “Taking a drunk girl home, not to have sex with her but to make sure she gets there safely, is not the difference between a boy and a man; it is the difference between the perpetrator of a violent crime and an averagely decent, law-abiding human being.”

    I think I saw that movie before. Jack Lemmon plays the “averagely decent” fellow and the “drunk girl” turns out to be Shirley MacLaine. All goes bad for Jack Lemmon’s character. Moral of the story, no White Knight goes unpunished.

  10. American says:

    The elephant in the room, of course, is that a righteous man isn’t going to be at wild drunken parties and bars where such disordered immoral females drink themselves into unconsciousness. They’re not present to play the mangina codependent taxi role for drunken feminists.

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