An article from qz.com titled Men are committing suicide more than women everywhere in the world. Why? Has given a rare, somewhat red-pill friendly accounting of what is prompting male oppressors of all nationalities, races and ethnicities to have suicidal thoughts causing them to off themselves at such staggeringly disproportionate rates. The graphic below is taken directly from their article and shows that indeed, wherever men are, they will reach the conclusion that life is not worth living much more than women will. Looking at this chart, the legacy of gynocentrism makes itself readily apparent, these statistics and what they represent may one day deprive you of your brother, or father, lover, or even just your friend. I’m Glad that this information is being compiled and catalogued because it flies in the face of a very simplistic attitude we sometimes adopt for convenience in the manosphere… That simply doing away with feminism will definitively remedy the very serious, and as you can see deadly situation that men face. Men in Sri Lanka, or Kazakhstan, or Romania have likely never heard of Gloria Steinem or VAWA, but they aren’t any better off are they?
The article speculates as to why this happens and gives the following reasons:
There are probably many factors as to why this is the case. But Rory O’Connor of the University of Glasgow believes that he may have found the one factor that contributes to this gender bias the most: social perfectionism.
Men feel they have to provide or they have failed. A 2014 study (pdf) shows that, despite decades of progress on gender inequality, expectations of what it means to be a man are stuck in the 1950s. On social perfectionism, O’Connor says in Mosaic:
It’s nothing to do with what those people actually think of you. It’s what you think they expect. The reason it’s so problematic is that it’s outside your control.
Even in the developed world, where gender equality is not as bad as in developing countries, most men still see themselves as being responsible for providing and protecting their family. Of course, some women are social perfectionists too. But men’s social perfectionism is much more harmful.
I think that “Social Perfectionism” is being used as a euphemism for the gynocentric forces that are applied onto men that have their origins in the sexual dimorphism of our species, but at least it’s being addressed, and at least the tone would indicate that it is at the very least possible that men are getting the short end of the stick…everywhere. A glimpse into the lives of the nepalese migrant workers erecting the infrastructure for Qatars upcoming world cup paints a stark picture that helps elucidate the problems men face in distinct corners of the world that we in the west very rarely see, the video below starts with a macabre scene beginning with wailing nepalese women, “primary victims” as it were according to premier feminista Hillary Clinton. These women are mourning the death of one of their sustenance machines, a provider male who lost his life providing. watch below:
The video Continues and shows the unsanitary roach infested conditions the migrant workers are forced to live and eat in, as well as the promises they were made about earning a much higher wage only to be offered what amounts to a slave wage upon arriving in Qatar. The narrator says of one of the migrant workers:
This worker now shares a tiny room with 11 other men not far from exclusive hotels of central Doha but despite being cheated he feels he cannot leave:
Worker: I have lots of expenses, I have a wife and a whole family to look after, I have so many expenses. I’m under a lot of stress, I have all these children, But I have no choice, I have to stay here and pay off my debt. This is the reality, It’s not how I imagined it would be here.
One worker, at just sixteen years old left his job in Nepal to go work in Qatar, six weeks later he died from cardiac arrest. Perhaps it was a natural physiological condition that caused such a young boy to have a heart attack, perhaps the incredible stress he was under exacerbated this condition, given that the likelihood he was receiving any kind of medical attention to determine this is highly unlikely, we’ll never know. As the video shows them taking the now deceased young boy away in a wrapped blanket to bury him, the camera pans to an elderly woman, obviously related to the boy describing the reasons that they sent him to Qatar in the first place… “He was a good worker”, “We thought he would earn so we could eat”, “We hoped we’d be content and comfortable” she says. Not a word about his comfort, or his contentedness. Sending off a sixteen year old boy to work as a modern day slave for the contentedness of old selfish women, THAT is the attitude responsible for the graph you see above.
India has it’s own epidemic of male suicide underway, with over 180,000 indian men having committed suicide in the last decade. Poor indian male farmers, unable to sustain cotton and cash crop production, choose instead of being seen as a failure in the eyes of the woman he provides for and his children, to drink pesticide:
Take a good look gentleman, this is what male disposability is all about.