I was at the chiropractor this morning, because I fucked my neck up playing hockey and having too much sex this week.
As I was putting my coat and shoes back on to leave, I overheard my chiropractor talking with a homely, overweight woman around 50.
He was preparing to adjust her, but she said, “Did you notice all the creepy guys outside today?”
My chiropractor cocked his head in confusion. “You mean all those guys looking for work by the hardware store?”
“I don’t know. They just seemed super creepy. I felt unsafe. Maybe… Maybe you could walk me back to my car so I’d feel safer?”
My chiropractor just chuckled. “I think you’ll be okay.”
I’m not the first guy to realize that women are obsessed with talking about “rape culture” because it excites them to imagine a violent criminal might be waiting in an alleyway on their walk home to forcibly give her his criminal seed, creating a sexy demon baby to cannibalize her from within.
But again here we see that this woman’s characterization of men around her as “creepy” serves many ego-assuaging functions.
It assumes that these men are all sexual threats to her. That she is so desirable she should fear these men accosting her.
It was also a ploy to gain the investment of a more alpha male, the chiropractor. She thought he might white-knight and come to her rescue, proving in another way that she is worthy of men’s affections.
It is basically a silly game that far too many women play, but unfortunately, our backward society has allowed the capricious accusations of women to hold great power. Not as much in criminal court as some
men’s rights activists fear, but, perhaps even more damnably, in the court of Public Opinion.
Only by ignoring these types of women, and not entertaining their deluded worldviews, will we be able to put a stop to this epidemic.