Fertility gif shows effects of gynocentrism and feminism

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  1. LSD-U-AND-ME says:

    I think one has to show value in the world regardless of the situation. Fortunately, many people are mediocre idiots. I hate to sound bad but it’s the truth. Many men and women too are just not the types people want to employ but it’s surprising how lacking so many are. You may not be top-tier but just pursuing excellence immediately puts you above many and that’s still powerful.

    I don’t know about the future of society becoming so robotic though. It seems like hype in order to drive investment and doesn’t take into account we’re still on fossil fuels and I haven’t seen evidence of any true replacement of petroleum. I think it’s just going to go back to old fashioned survival of the fittest and scavenging due to a huge societal collapse due to a sharp rise in fuel costs but maybe I am just being pessimistic.

    1. LSD-U-AND-ME says:

      I meant to put this:

      …but it’s surprising how lacking so many are WHO ARE EMPLOYED.

  2. Ob says:

    About robot worker:

    I strongly suspect that there is some kind of planification of the economy that choose to destroy men’s job while protecting women’s job.

    The article that you mention is a full lie by omission.

    It forget to mention that it is mostly men that create and maintain robots, while many administrative tasks mostly occupied by women can also disappear with the arrival of advanced artificial intelligence. Example: Personal assistant as a robot, automation of 90% of human resources tasks, direct debit for the taxes, robot waitresses.

    It also forget to mention that men are far far much better than women at teaching and that if a lot of men are unemployed some of them will think to enter jobs that are currently occupied mostly by females like education.

  3. GhostFaceMGTOW says:

    “The Abolition of Work” by Bob Black:

    “No one should ever work.

    Work is the source of nearly all the misery in the world. Almost any evil you’d care to name comes from working or from living in a world designed for work. In order to stop suffering, we have to stop working.

    That doesn’t mean we have to stop doing things. It does mean creating a new way of life based on play; in other words, a *ludic* conviviality, commensality, and maybe even art. There is more to play than child’s play, as worthy as that is. I call for a collective adventure in generalized joy and freely interdependent exuberance. Play isn’t passive. Doubtless we all need a lot more time for sheer sloth and slack than we ever enjoy now, regardless of income or occupation, but once recovered from employment-induced exhaustion nearly all of us want to act. Oblomovism and Stakhanovism are two sides of the same debased coin.”


  4. GhostFaceMGTOW says:

    The Dark Side of Women by Charles Corry:


  5. Ray Manta says:

    A close look at the data reveals a surprising pattern: The jobs performed primarily by women are relatively safe, while those typically performed by men are at risk.

    You should take the conclusions of a gynocentric publication like The Atlantic with a carton of salt. “Women’s work” is hugely susceptible to inroads by automation. Think of your average office drone who shuffles paperwork for a living. Most, if not all of her job could be replaced with software. Or look at higher education today. A lecture from the Khan academy can deliver information far more cost effectively than a teacher giving a lecture in a crowded classroom or auditorium.

    And despite what the author may believe, professions like nursing are far from immune from inroads due to automation. We already have robots delivering meds and lifting patients in and out of bed. The use of devices like these will only increase in the future and subsequently reduce the demand for nurses.

    In the post below I group women’s work into three primary categories. All of them will be affected by technological advances, the second (type B) in particular.

    OTOH male-preferential work like software engineering and forming startups is showing huge successes. Note the bitter complaining about male sexism in those fields, as opposed to the triumphal attitude of the Atlantic article.

  6. Ty says:

    As work in different sectors becomes more automated, I think there are a few things that might happen (Not necessarily in order):

    1. Low skilled workers will be the first ones that are phased out. This is mainly the people in the service industry, such as fast food, restaurant servers, customer service. You can somewhat see it right now, as there are now automated touch screens in fast food restaurant and grocery stores. The minimum wage laws that are being implemented in different parts of the United States are going to rapidly increase this, as a business will have to decide whether to keep on an expensive worker, use technology at a lower cost, or take their business elsewhere.

    2. There will be a lot of unemployed workers, and the ones that don’t have a lot of skills won’t be able to go the low-wage route, as that has probably been taken over by technology. There are a few options:

    2A. One option is to get on welfare/unemployment. The problem with this is that because more people will get on government assistance, the government won’t be able to sustain so many people on their programs, and because there is less tax revenue (due to the lack of workers), eventually, the system will break. Chaos will probably ensue.

    2B. The ones that are smart than the herd will try to be self-sufficient, realizing that the government won’t be able to pay people that are unemployed for a long-term basis. These people will probably live off-grid, being away from government influence, and the potential chaos that may erupt once the government runs out of money. These people will live similar to how it was like before the industrial revolution, producing their own food, getting their own water, etc.

    3. The companies that implement technology in place of a human will benefit early on, up until there are less people doing business with them (due to lots of people losing their jobs). The government will start to demand more taxes from these companies (as they can’t keep up with the rising unemployment/welfare programs). The companies will either move elsewhere (anywhere that has potential opportunities), or they will collapse. Only a few elite will probably remain.

    These are just my opinions, I hope I am wrong, but I think there is going to be a lot of chaos down the road (how long that is, I don’t know). There will be a lot of losers, and I imagine that the winners will be the ultra elite, and the self-sufficient people.

    1. Grinsekopp says:

      I agree, One can say that marx wrote a lot of stupid shit but it seems he will be right in the end. Capitalism through its striving for more and more profit and the elimination of human labor by machines will finally eat itself. Only his timing is off. And the end result will not be what Marx envisioned.
      Even in the current enviroment the economy faces huge deflationary pressures due to automisation. The centralbanks print like crazy to get inflation but its not working. Why? Because inflation comes from wages not from printing money alone.
      Wages are under constant pressure not only from replacement of people by machines but also because of policy decisions made by bought politicians.

      All power will eventually end up in the hands of a new class of very few feudal overlords who will control the machines and so the means of production.
      They will finally own everything. They will even stop hiding behind the mask of democracy and their corrup politicians. They no longer have to.

      They will decide who gets to live and who will die. Who will get consumer products and which people will be left in the streets to starve. Guess what…in the majority of cases it wont be women who will starve.

      This scenario is the logical conclusion of the current economic system. It will be a new kind of techno feudalism. Capitalism will be dead by then. And most men in huge trouble.

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