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Avoid Women at all Costs

Filed under: General — triassic @ 10:14 pm Wed 9th January 2019

This article illustrates the inevitable outcome of the empathetic nonsense that the #metoo was based on. With more women gaining political power comes the danger of policies based on empathy rather than compassionate reasoning. A 1995 study in the Scandinavian Journal of Psychology showed that women involuntarily imitate other peoples’ emotional expressions more than men. This may give them a proclivity to act in ways that are not conducive to the betterment of society. Paul Bloom’s book, Against Empathy: The Case for Rational Compassion, sets out a good case against viewing empathy as a virtue. Empathy and compassion are not synonymous and it’s very important to understand the difference. Listen here for his discussion with #56 Sam Harris – Abusing Dolores. And here #14 — The Virtues of Cold Blood. on this subject.

7 Responses to “Avoid Women at all Costs”

  1. Downunder says:

    I don’t go with the idea of women being empathetic creatures – Men in the original meaning of the word I believe are empathetic.

    Women are sympathetic creatures and relate on that basis to each other.

    Women can be sympathetic to men or equally can hang out the broken wing expecting a sympathetic response.

    What I see in this is the rewriting of history into another Feminist gospel about how good women are.

    A woman who starts believing this stuff is probably best avoided.

  2. mama says:

    For me , knowing Women who are just ‘marvellous’ on ‘face time’, yet who are utterly not ‘marvellous’ in real life demonstrates this well. Whether it is being empathetic or sympathetic or just pathetic it is a far cry from being compassionate, compassion is surely one of Humans’ most enlightened and important traits.

  3. JustCurious says:

    TITLE IS LIKE A WARNING LABEL

    but instead of a warning against women

    it seems more like a warning

    against the sanity of the good posters
    on this site.

    feels like propaganda for blindness
    discrimination and sexism

    avoid women (mothers, sisters, daughters?)

    feels like reverse feminism.

    I SAY SEEK A GOOD WOMAN
    BE THE BEST MAN YOU CAN BE
    BE FRUITFUL AND PROSPER
    AND LET A GOOD WOMAN RAISE YOUR OFFSPRINGS

    THIS IS A WAR MEN WILL NEVER WIN
    FOR AS LONG AS THEY ARE
    WILLING TO SLEEP WITH THE ENEMY

  4. Brent says:

    #3 Not sure I understand your response to the post? Did you read or listen to the links?

  5. mama says:

    The reverberations of the ME too thing will hang around a long time, the effects on business are massive, wow nothing like a woman scorned. How can Men trust Women now,,it is so damned scarey to know the blokes in your life are wide open to misinterpretation,, to say the least, talk about population control.

    from an article…http://www.curmudgeongroup.co/imagineland-blog/quantifyingamovement

    “Workplace harassment first and foremost comes at a steep cost to those who suffer it, as they experience mental, physical, and economic harm,” the EEOC report stated. “Beyond that, workplace harassment affects all workers, and its true cost includes decreased productivity, increased turnover, and reputational harm.”

    These broader costs take various forms. Companies are purchasing “employment practices liability insurance” to cover costs associated with employment lawsuits, according to David Yamada, Professor of Law and the Director of the New Workplace Institute at Suffolk University. For a media company with 20,000 employees, a pre-#MeToo deductible fell around $2.5 million. Now that number has doubled to $5 million, liability expert Tom Hams told Forbes.

    According to Risk Management Prof. Michael McCloskey at Temple University, many insurers took an even harder stance in the wake of the Weinstein scandal, rejecting requests from studio production companies for updated employment practices liability insurance policies. Some insurers are choosing to provide training materials, demanding (and checking) that companies institute anti-harassment policies and procedures – a costly budget add-on.

  6. JustCurious says:

    #4 – HAVE READ BUT TITLE IS IDIOTIC
    and makes me want to retch.

  7. Downunder says:

    #6 Whether the title is offensive to anyone is beside the point. It doesn’t have to be the author’s point of view.

    What the title should do is connect the content to the internet by being relevant to both.

    In this case that is more than adequately achieved.

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