The above video is of two Russian men who decided to film themselves walking the streets of Russia holding hands. As many of you know, homosexuality is quite the hot button issue in Russia, and when I say hot button, I mean that you may get physically beaten if you express it out in the open. The two Russian men, to my knowledge did not openly claim to be homosexual at any time, but two men simply walking down the street joined at their hands is enough to imply this in our gynocentric culture. Men, you see, are not supposed to touch each other, whether it be in friendship or otherwise. But the most telling aspect of the video is that it is not women, but men who are the most incensed at the sight of two other men holding hands. It’s pure gynocentrism. The vast majority of people that seemed to have a problem with it are men, the women seem to have just been going about their business, while the men were threatening, verbally abusive and even violent.
As men we like to believe that we are more accepting of a “live and let live” mentality, that we prize freedom and self sufficiency above all other things, but the truth is that in many respects we aren’t. In many respects we are just as intent on forcing our way of life on others as women are. We do not like to see two men that aren’t available for copulation with women and openly tell the world they aren’t.
We have to beat them down and try to scare them into melting back into the shadows where they belong. How many of these Russian men enjoy a bit of lesbian porn in the privacy of their own homes, but hate that two men hold hands together? It’s hypocritical as hell, but I guess you cant really blame men, they’re just doing what they’re good at, acting as the enforces for the gynocentric machine.