The Shrill, the Slutty and the Hamster: What HUS Tells Us About Post-Feminist Gynocentrism

Imagine for a moment that you are part of a herd of female monkeys. Say you’re their queen, their leader. You’ve been naughty monkeys and mooching off of Man’s largesse. You’ve been eating his bananas, drinking his water (while urinating in it), stealing his stuff and at the same time screeching, flinging feces and insults all the while claiming to anyone that might listen that Man is cruel and has harmed you in oh so many ways.

And this has worked admirably well. It has worked because Man’s instinct is to help you and he is gullible, maybe even stupid, certainly naïve. But somehow things have recently changed. Man is no longer smiling, no longer helping you. In fact he’s looking furious and sending you murderous glances. He’s a big man, a lot stronger than you are. After all, you’re just a poor, gentle little monkey and all…you wouldn’t harm a soul. And what’s his problem anyway? He has all those bananas. He’s so privileged. He must have a secret support structure in place somehow; let’s call it ‘Patriarchy’. And let’s downplay and forget the fact that it was Man’s sweat and labor that brought forth the bananas in the first place.

So what do you do? Heh, it’s rather obvious really. You give as little ground as possible for as many bananas as possible. Maybe you sacrifice the cheekiest, naughtiest monkey (Feminism I) and use it as a scapegoat. You fling it over to Man and shift all blame on it while absolving yourself of all sin. You tell Man that ‘not all monkeys are like that’ (NAMALT), that, really, it’s just a few bad monkeys while most are wonderful creatures and had nothing to do with those terrible actions, like *EVER*. You tell Man that you are on his side (just like the Feminists did) and that all you want is to create a just and good world. You pay lipservice to the reconciliation of the sexes while simultaneously crafting a new paradigm, a new yoke to put on the shoulders of that dumb beast Man. Really, it’s difficult to keep from snickering while you use a combination of strawmen, deflection, rhetoric gyrations and shaming language to reframe reality and create a new system, a new kind of leash just like many times before.

This – in a nutshell – is what Susan Walsh is attempting with HUS. She’s ahead of the curve in that she’s realized that men are starting to wake up and thus sooner or later Feminism I is going to fail. So now she’s preparing the next permutation of female supremacism and entitlement. She’s camouflaging it with some traditional, PUA and even manosphere coating but really it is nothing else than a new exploitation mechanism. Mix a bit of traditional patriarchy with some new age Churchianity, reformed slutdom, born again virginhood, entitlement and victim mentality and hey presto there it is:  a new world where everything is “different” while still being the same.

After all “not all scorpions are like that” (NASALT), Susan explains, “because one of them didn’t bite you.”

Classic, overt 1st 2nd and 3rd wave Feminism (T-800)

 

Post-feminist gynocentric Femofascism aka Walshism (T-1000)

 

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13 comments on “The Shrill, the Slutty and the Hamster: What HUS Tells Us About Post-Feminist Gynocentrism

  1. wimminz says:

    Yeah, I’ll buy it when I see a wimminz fighting tooth and claw every day for wimminz who make false rape accusations to do 10 years JAIL time and go on the sex offenders registry for life.

    • oogenhand says:

      What complicates matters is that WNs and Counter-Jihadis think rapes are mostly committed by their enemies.

    • umslopogaas says:

      @wimminz:

      That’ll be the day. Probably we’ll see hell freezing over first, though. To be fair I do believe there are exceptions. Girl writes what, for instance, strikes me as such an exception as does Suz. But overwhelmingly I’ve had the same experience over and over and over again. Which is sad but can’t be changed.

  2. Hell yes. Umslopogaas is back.

    • umslopogaas says:

      Hopefully for a while. And how are you, good sir? Hanging in there and holding the line, in this crazy, crazy world?

      • Mostly. It’s been a long journey since you last were around. Went from focusing on game to focusing on masculinity and leadership qualities.

        Still going out and working the field, its just not what I focus my reading and studies on in the ‘sphere or my book purchases. Looking to focus on shoring up my life before adding more weight to it.

        How about you? Hows life on the front lines in your neck of the woods?

  3. oogenhand says:

    Muslims treat Muslims suspected of raping (Muslim) women quite different from non-Muslims suspected of raping (Muslim) women. A case in point, when Chechens suspected a Russian of raping a Chechen woman, they threatened to kill about a hundred Russian captives if the Russians didn’t handover the suspect.

    • umslopogaas says:

      Again, the primary objective of this blog is fighting Feminism. However, imo, the threat posed by Islam at this stage is more than obvious, as was evidenced just yesterday and the day before by the violent sacking of several US embassies in such “liberated” democracies as Lybia and Egypt.

      If you cannot shoot a film making fun of Mohammed without violent backlash then you cannot talk about such a religion as in any way peaceful. And so long as you believe in freedom of expression you cannot condone such actions.

      That at least is my stance. I value liberty above all else, including freedom of expression. Due to this and other considerations I see Islam as being dangerous and totalitarian in nature and want not part in it.

  4. freebird says:

    He’s weary?
    Let’s beat him with the raype stick. Or the religion stick.
    Anything except letting him be a male human defacto.
    Good luck buddy,they keep thrusting you into boxes.
    Gee the weather is lousy today?

  5. Addie Custard says:

    i love to raise hamsters at home becuase the are such nice creatures.;

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  6. Interesting Article. You should write more about this!

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