The War on Biology

Feminism, we are told, comes in three forms. The mild form, or First Wave Feminism, was all about expanding basic legal rights to women. The self-destructive form, Second Wave Feminism, was about busting up the cultural protections for women. This was based on the ludicrous idea that women are simply men lacking a penis. Finally, the absurd form, Third Wave Feminism, is a shrieking tantrum against biological reality, largely the result of the destruction caused by Second Wave Feminism.

When looked at in its totality, particularly with the human genome and mountains of anthropological data in mind, feminism is about as sensible as humoralism and that’s probably being unfair to the Ancients. Humans don’t just come in two sexes for the mechanical purpose of reproduction. Males and females are cognitively and physiologically evolved to serve very different roles in human societies.

Despite lots of feminists demanding we know how much they “bleeping love science!” by posting this phrase on their Facebook pages, feminism remains an extended tantrum against biological reality. Feminist women are bitter because they lack a penis. Feminist men are bitter because they have one. The result of this is feminism is just endless harping about men and slimy attempts to accuse men of misdeeds.

This ridiculous war on men is at the heart of the homosexual activism we have seen over the last couple of decades. It’s never been about homosexuals or their rights. It is about the war on men that has been waged by feminist nutters and their Progressive enablers. Normal men are mildly intolerant of homosexual males, with many men openly hostile. The whole point of pushing homosexual rights is to irritate and marginalize normal men and their opinions.

Here’s an example of what I mean.

The St. Louis Cardinals said they are taking allegations from a former pitcher in the organization that he quit baseball because of anti-gay comments “very seriously.”

Tyler Dunnington, who is gay, told Outsports.com he did not come out while he was pitching for the Cardinals in rookie and Class A baseball in 2014 but eventually left baseball after overhearing derogatory comments from teammates.

“I was also one of the unfortunate closeted gay athletes who experienced years of homophobia in the sport I loved,” Dunnington wrote in an email to the website. “I was able to take most of it with a grain of salt but towards the end of my career I could tell it was affecting my relationships with people, my performance, and my overall happiness.

“I experienced both coaches and players make remarks on killing gay people during my time in baseball, and each comment felt like a knife to my heart. I was miserable in a sport that used to give me life, and ultimately I decided I needed to hang up my cleats for my own sanity.”

Dunnington, 24, spent most of his career with the Cardinals organization at rookie-level Gulf Coast League. He left the organization after the 2014 season and retired before 2015 spring training.

The Cardinals said they will look into Dunnington’s allegations and work with MLB ambassador for inclusion Billy Bean, a former major league player who came out as gay after his playing days were over. No active major leaguer has ever publicly come out of the closet.

“This is very disappointing and our hope is that every player, staff member and employee feels that they are treated equally and fairly,” Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak said in a statement. “Given the nature of these allegations, I will certainly look into this further.”

Men on a sports team, in a military unit or just hanging out drinking beer can and will be rotten to one another. It’s a normal part of male behavior. Sadly, some men are born homosexual. Others are cowards or wimps. Nature does not dispense her gifts equally. What this means is that in all-male environments, some men will find themselves on the receiving end of some unpleasant hazing. It’s as much a part of human biology as eye color.

Now, it would be nice if all men could be conditioned at an early age to know when to back off their natural instincts so that homosexual males like Tyler Dunnington don’t feel blue, but that’s like training lions to be vegetarians. The lion will only go along with it until the trainer makes the mistake of stepping into the enclosure. All the brow-beating that goes on in schools and the workplace will not alter 200,000 years of evolution. Instead, it’s these endless witch hunts and shaming sessions.

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Severian
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An orientation session in grad school taught me all I need to know about the reality-embracing capabilities of even very smart, talented women. A prof made the mistake of telling the gals that academic life + family is very tough, and conception gets increasingly difficult after 35, so if you’re planning on having a family at some point, better plan for that now. Oh, the horrors!!! Dude nearly lost his job (that was 10+ years ago; he would’ve been fired these days). These same gals went on to convene a panel on “empowering women,” to make sure they had enough… Read more »

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A couple of years ago, I was in a job chock full o grievance mongers ready to pounce on the first misstep or verbal evidence of crimethink. I’m glad to have that in my rear view mirror, but I suspect that’s the future: self appointed informers and agents provocateur consuming first the innocent then themselves.

alzaebo
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alzaebo

As Wretchard told us, “After the Revolution, the Grim and Determined get to the real job of denouncing each other.” It’s their national sport, you see.

Severian
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Yep. It never, ever occurred to them that this is one of the reasons they couldn’t get jobs, let alone dates — who voluntarily hangs out with the Thought Police?

Backwoods Engineer
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‘“bleeping live science!”’

Isn’t “live” supposed to be “love?”

Dr. Mabuse
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Was anti-homosexual trash talk among men a problem in the past? Did men playing baseball in the 1940s or 50s spend much time talking about what they’d like to do to homosexuals? I think this “problem” has arisen because of the tireless nagging of pervert-rights crusaders. They can’t stop rubbing the noses of normal people in homosexual issues, and have created a bleeding sore that they keep picking it and irritating. I doubt normal human beings even thought about homosexuals from one year’s end to the next, prior to the 1960s. Now they can’t take a step outdoors without encountering… Read more »

Karl Horst (Germany)
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Karl Horst (Germany)

I think one of the real problems with today’s attitude towards men is our boys and young men have been raised by women for over 100-years. When our great-grandfathers dropped their shovels, rakes and plows and headed into the factories, they no longer worked with their sons by their side. They were no longer there to teach them how to deal with life as a man should, their roles and responsibilities in order to cope with the realities of life later on. And over the past 30-years more women have left home and abandoned raising their own children in favor… Read more »

Lorenzo
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Lorenzo

“The result is a generation of feminized of boys who are now influenced to think in the way women think, and to approach life in the way a woman would.”

It will be interesting to see if German men eventually have difficulty competing for women against the million or so bad boys that Frau Merkel has imported.

Dan Kurt
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re: “when the car breaks down on the highway, wives and girlfriends despise their sissy-fru-fru husbands or boyfriends who have to call a tow truck to change a flat tire”KH When I was in my early 30s I was racing to get to LAX to get a plane to Sun Valley to ski for a week. I was coming from a location on the Central Coast in North Santa Barbara County in the early morning while it was still dark. To save time I took a short cut to bypass 101 as it hugged the Ocean by going through the… Read more »

Karl Horst (Germany)
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Karl Horst (Germany)

@ Dan – I wouldn’t expect my father to change a tire on his car either. But even my son has a few friends who have no clue which end of a screwdriver to use for the most basic of household repairs. If they bought a table from Ikea, and the instructions were missing, they would be helpless.

Notsothoreau
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Notsothoreau

The truth of the matter is, they mechanically tighten to lug nuts down so much that it’s almost impossible to break them loose with a lug wrench. I used to be pretty good at changing tires myself, back in the day (female, not male). Now I have AAA.

Crispin
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Crispin

That’s because the lug wrenches that come on the remaining cars with spare tires (many now don’t) are poo. I always carry a cheapo, harbor freight 1/2″ breaker bar & socket in my trunk. Just pop that onto a lug nut, point the bar horizontal, and gently step on the end using gravity as your friend. Those nuts can be 125 ft/# and the bar will open them easily. Bonus: Makes a good club for zombies, too.

Teri Pittman
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Teri Pittman

At 64, I’m thinking I’d need the Harbor Freight portable generator and power tools 😉

ganderson
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ganderson

Dan- Kinda like golf carts- once you hit 70 you’ve earned your cart- although I play with guys who have passed that and still walk the course. I hate seeing a 30 year old fat sack of —– riding around in a golf cart. It’s the chilluns I worry about! ( and I’m aware that some courses WON’T let you walk.)