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So this Mike Harlow dude did a funny parody of Dylan Mulvaney's "Days Of Girlhood" bullshit.

But the most interesting thing about the video is the description:

I had been planning this video for a while but I put it out now to illustrate a point. And my point was proven true.

I’ve now made 3 videos imitating sacred cows of the gender cult. (Jeffrey Marsh and Dylan Mulvaney). The worst I’ve gotten is a handful of people screeching on Twitter stomping their feet.

Jess (Sixthkween) did one video impression of Dylan. For this she was doxed, threatened, banned from multiple platforms. They doxed her family, her school, they went after her whole family and her job.

Why did none of this happen to me for doing the exact same thing? Almost like they target women… 🤔

This is not an isolated incident. See: JK Rowling vs Ricky Gervais. The gender cult hates everyone, but they have a particular viciousness towards females.

They want everybody’s compliance. But they want women’s submission.

I know we shouldn't be in the habit of giving men cookies for pointing out shit us radfems have been screaming about for years. But I thought it was interesting that a conservative guy pointed this disparity out instead of pulling a Matt Walsh and acting as if he's the first person to notice that genderwoo is hurting women and that no feminist ever fought back against it.

As awesome as women like Jess are, the sad truth is that we need more guys like this out there making content because they are less likely to face violent backlash for it. And I'm glad he did this experiment because now we have objective proof of the misogyny & hypocrisy of the trans cult (and Mulvaney's dumbass fan base specifically)

[So this Mike Harlow dude did a funny parody of Dylan Mulvaney's "Days Of Girlhood" bullshit. ](https://youtu.be/YFuzruoal_w) But the most interesting thing about the video is the description: >I had been planning this video for a while but I put it out now to illustrate a point. And my point was proven true. >I’ve now made 3 videos imitating sacred cows of the gender cult. (Jeffrey Marsh and Dylan Mulvaney). The worst I’ve gotten is a handful of people screeching on Twitter stomping their feet. >Jess (Sixthkween) did one video impression of Dylan. For this she was doxed, threatened, banned from multiple platforms. They doxed her family, her school, they went after her whole family and her job. >Why did none of this happen to me for doing the exact same thing? Almost like they target women… 🤔 >This is not an isolated incident. See: JK Rowling vs Ricky Gervais. The gender cult hates everyone, but they have a particular viciousness towards females. >They want everybody’s compliance. But they want women’s submission. I know we shouldn't be in the habit of giving men cookies for pointing out shit us radfems have been screaming about for years. But I thought it was interesting that a conservative guy pointed this disparity out instead of pulling a Matt Walsh and acting as if he's the first person to notice that genderwoo is hurting women and that no feminist ever fought back against it. As awesome as women like Jess are, the sad truth is that we need more guys like this out there making content because they are less likely to face violent backlash for it. And I'm glad he did this experiment because now we have objective proof of the misogyny & hypocrisy of the trans cult (and Mulvaney's dumbass fan base specifically)

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"They want everybody’s compliance. But they want women’s submission." Eloquently said.

But I thought it was interesting that a conservative guy pointed this disparity out instead of pulling a Matt Walsh and acting as if he's the first person to notice that genderwoo is hurting women and that no feminist ever fought back against it

This is all I want from men who care about this issue and somehow they consistently miss the bar

[–] furyosa no, thank you 61 points

As long as he's using his voice to reach other men (and handmaidens), and not trying to preach to the choir for brownie points, that's the only kind of allyship that'll benefit our cause.

I appreciate the confirmation that they target women. Not that we didn't already know that, but because so many others won't believe it unless a man says it.

The parody of Jeffrey Marsh is downright unsettling. It comically exaggerates mannerisms and speech patterns, and yet, taken in its entirety, it’s too ominous to feel like a parody. It’s more as if a heavy curtain has temporarily become transparent, and we see the evil inside JM.

I haven't seen the Marsh parody. Now, I'll have to go look for it and get more upset. :(

What he's written is the truth. I don't think he expects cookies for pointing out the truth.

Should men listen to and believe women? Yes, of course - but for all of us, the truth always hits differently when we see it and experience for ourselves. This is as true of women as it is of men.

I feel like males SHOULD be policing their own toxic males, that shouldn't be up to women in the first place. But it's like my husband says, men don't speak up about it because they don't want TiMs in their bathrooms either! So it's convenient for men to let women have to absorb these delusional porn sick fucks into our spaces. Men who are true allies will shut these guys down. I feel it is their obligation to do so, not women's!

He was raised to be a liberal and his life experiences caused him to see through much of the liberal BS. I don’t know much about him, but his first video explains some of this. I don’t want to “platform” men, but it’s nice to see the ones who disagree with trans BS and aren’t afraid to say so. Again, I don’t know much about him but my initial impression is that he’s not completely terrible like Matt Walsh.

Yep. Good for him. I used to be anti-head-pats but I realized my own white socialization makes me blind and comfy with a lot of awful shit. I think extending a little bit of compassion and encouragement to men who choose to do the right thing (which isn’t easy for them) won’t cause too much harm.

[–] CacaoGudem 15 points Edited

You can't really compare yourself to other people on the internet, some things go viral and somethings don't. And you can't compare reactions to content on different platforms like Tiktok and youtube because the user demographics are different.

Although he is 100% right about JKR getting a lot of backlash but not Ricky Gervais. They do treat women much worse but I'm raising my eyebrows at this guy who gets a couple thousand views on these and compares himself to someone who went viral on TikTok

Of course, no two people are the same. But Jess wasn't a big creator with a lot of TikTok subs when her parody of Mulvaney went viral. So its not like she started off with a much bigger platform than this guy

[–] Tiramisuomi 12 points Edited

That's a very good point. In work I deal with YouTube creators and men definitely overestimate their views/general importance and reputation. Women only tend to approach me like I should know who they are when they're at least close to 1 million subscribers.