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American Psychological Association (APA) deems 'Traditional Masculinity' harmful
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RE: American Psychological Association (APA) deems 'Traditional Masculinity' harmful
(01-10-2019 03:45 AM)BaatumMania Wrote:  
(01-10-2019 01:34 AM)Veloce Wrote:  
(01-09-2019 12:33 PM)Waqqle Wrote:  [Image: ef00a9a17b369f660a8586007f20a5fedb2514c4...3ff3a7.jpg]

As a side note, the CES (consumer electronics show) convention is going on in Vegas right now. Generally speaking, it's the largest convention of the entire year, bringing in 180,000+ attendees.

A HUGE amount of the attendees I'm seeing are guys like these Nu-males. I couldn't quite put my finger on it, but I keep seeing them travel in packs. They're just so...savvy, and upbeat. It reminds me of early game, breaking guys of bad habits like using too many excessive hand gestures or coming across as too excited. They're the antithesis of cool. It's one thing to read the forum and see these discussions of Silicon Valley invading politics. It's quite another to see the enemy face-to-face.

I can't help but feel that they'll all get a rude awakening at some point.

But where did they all come from?

I remember the internet in the 2000s and even the late 1990s. Back then I wouldn't say Numales / SoyBoys were using it that much. And yes I was even on forums like Totse and other bulletin forums I can't recall the name of. Hell one of the early social media outlets was MySpace and that place was actually attracted a lot of wannabe thugs (not SoyBoys).

Hell just as recent as 10 years ago people would make jokes on those kind of websites like: "there's no black people on the internet". So the previous internet atmosphere wasn't on the left spectrum except on sexual topics (even online communities that were setup to discuss Marxism were pretty rare and ghost towns). Dare I say it hasn't changed much. Like anytime I read YouTube comments I rarely see anyone supporting the SJWs.

While these guys kind of look like computer nerd physical stereotypes chances are 20 years ago their counterparts probably weren't on computers that much (because of the cost and/or obscurity) but they were definitely in academia and comic book stores?

They look and act like this because their peers at school and at work do so also, presently. They're a product of the environment. I'd say a very small percentage of the population are independent free thinkers. The majority are collectivist group thinkers who only seek to fit in and need to be recognized by their peers like a junkie needs meth. Hence, all the virtue signaling, consumerism, etc. In addition, the feminized, uptalking, low-t young men are starting to behave like women and are taking on a docile, herd mentality demeanor. I wouldn't be surprised if they get preferential treatment by the female dominated HR team during the hiring process at big tech firms.
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