Women investigate gender monocultures
I found two really interesting articles written by women about their actual experiences in gender monoculture.
Gender monoculture being an environment where there is only one gender.
Female only business:
Samantha Brick decided to start a TV channel with only women as employees, and tells the sorry tale of the business’s bankruptcy after just two years.
Any business going bad in a few short years is nothing new, but the behavior of the women in their ‘empowered’ environment, ( which the founder believes strongly contributed to the collapse) is quite staggering.
In this female only workplace women formed packs and psychologically tormented individuals from other packs. One women was well known for loudly broadcasting to the office details about her very busy sex life. Women were ‘empowered’ and never had to answer to any man, and chose to use that freedom to emotionally abuse each other. Ultimately they destroyed the organization that have granted them the freedom from ‘patriarchy’.
It’s worth noting if a man wanted a men only business, he would be facing court action over discrimination, but if women do the same thing it’s not only accepted, the discrimination is actually celebrated.
“When I needed the so-called ‘Sisterhood’, believe me, it just wasn’t there.”
A female journalist undercover; successfully posing as a man for 18 months:
Norah Vincent, a very dedicated journalist decided to really find out the secrets of the mans private world. After an elaborate disguise regieme she was able to pass as a man. She discovered that men are really quite accepting and tolerant of each other, and unlikely to judge. Even in their private moments they don’t constantly talk about women or make crude remarks about their body shapes or body parts. In the end she develops more respect and sympathy for men, seeing that what they tolerate and must endure from the world is too much for her to bear. She actually got treated for depression at the end of the undercover experiment.
“I really like being a woman. … I like it more now because I think it’s more of a privilege.”
A woman given the opportunity to be accepted as a man, declined the offer citing being a woman as being easier.
I found sources where women made these discoveries, so there can be no claim of bias or spin.
Both women were from the media industry and could have spun the story to fit the Marxist/feminist agenda, but I think both of then saw through the fantasy to see the truth. Good media is about the truth, not the spin.
Posted on June 21, 2013, in Cognitive Dissonance, Consiousness, Education, Feminism, Psychology, UK, USA and tagged feminism, logical fallacy, rape culture, stereotypes. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.