As predicted, the #MeToo pendulum is swinging way, way, WAY the other way. Mockarena talked a little bit about that here. America’s feminists have dug themselves a giant hole, and I don’t know how they’re going to crawl out. Don’t get me wrong. I’m not dismissing the core of the moment. The Harvey Weinsteins of the world NEED to be exposed. There’s no excuse for sexual assault, sexual misconduct or rape. NONE. Those legitimate offenders deserve to be called out as much as humanly possible. However, feminists are taking the movement too far. Some women are comparing a whistle to sexual assault. Some women are characterizing “bad dates” as sexual misconduct. Just look at Aziz Ansari’s case. It’s getting so far out of hand, and it’s sad. Those women are ruining it for the ACTUAL VICTIMS, and it’s making NORMAL men think twice before talking to and/or helping women. You never know if you’re dealing with a psycho feminist who will interpret a side hug as sexual assault.
That brings me to this. Arianna Huffington is really worried, because male managers aren’t as eager to mentor women anymore. GEE I WONDER WHY THAT IS?
— Arianna Huffington (@ariannahuff) February 6, 2018
The link goes to a pledge page, which reads in part:
In the wake of the #MeToo movement, it’s clearer than ever we need to put an end to sexual harassment. But that is not enough. There is evidence of a backlash that could be harmful to women: twice as many male managers now feel uncomfortable working alone with a woman.1 This is a step in the wrong direction. Now more than ever, we need men working with—and mentoring—women. When more women lead, workplaces are stronger and safer for everyone.
Can you BLAME men? I mean really? I certainly don’t.
Too late. pic.twitter.com/Ip87eQFMNO
— DJ (@DJNYified) February 6, 2018
this is why. pic.twitter.com/kZhlzNhKoY
— speros (@speros901) February 6, 2018
Uncomfortable, understandable no one wants to walk the line and risk allegations true or false that can cost them a their career.
— Ben Childs (@childs7) February 6, 2018
Exactly. It’s not worth the risk. Some psychotic feminist could come along and ruin an innocent guy’s life and not care one bit. (Just ask Lena Dunham. She has a lot of experience in that particular area.)
Male managers are terrified of female subordinates. Great work feminists
— Beach Babe (@BeachBa73730378) February 6, 2018
In the very least, they run the risk of being accused of “mansplaining.”
Thats what you get for spreading your manipulation and witch hunts. I would easily see more men not be comfortable being alone in a room with a woman just out of fear of getting their life destroyed by any Non-investigated allegation.
— Jean-Baptiste Emanuel Zorg (@LynchinJesus) February 6, 2018
Lol. Someone needs a hug pic.twitter.com/Wv1RYOWgWd
— Smittie™ *insert blue check* (@smittie61984) February 6, 2018
Sorry, I'm not mentoring anyone who may come back ten years later falsely claiming I sexually harassed/assaulted her; so she can feel woke and be part of "something". To hell with that. The door stays open. A third party will always be present.
— TM61 (@TheMule999) February 6, 2018
Oh really now. Every man is now terrified that a bad review of their female subordinate could lead to a sexual harassment allegation. YOUR FAULT!
— Barry K (@BarryMoskow) February 6, 2018
This what happens when you don't think ahead. Lol this is a result of the guilty until proven innocent logic y'all been using.
— RastaMalVibrations (@MartyrMal) February 6, 2018
Bingo. Feminists did this to themselves. How do they not realize that? We saw this coming a mile away.