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Here is an asinine theory that the Idaho 4 killer is a woman: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3PtJC58gFW8

During the press conference with the police, a reporter (embarrassingly a woman) stands up and asks the cop if the killer "might be female." The cop paused a second, astonished by the weirdness and, well, stupidity of this question. Then he politely said "we are considering all possibilities."

Louisiana Homicide Detective Sergeant McDoofus wot got a podcast went on News Nation to say "it's very likely that it was a female."

What's his evidence for this? Women are jealous and btchy. Seriously, that sums up what he said. He offered no citations, no descriptions of the crime that would imply a female killer, no statistics, just that. These girls were beautiful, so some ugly btch must have showed up and stabbed them to death. Not one stab, mind you, over and over. Oh, and she stabbed one guy for some reason. So, defying all gender stereotypes, we're guessing the killer is female, while retaining the stereotype that young women are bitter and envious to the point of insanity.

Think of what strength it takes to stab 4 adults at peak physical fitness, including an athletic man well over six feet. While they were attacked in their sleep, some did have defensive wounds. Meaning they fought for their lives.

Through the power of suggestion, lots of people are now chiming in in the comments section that they also had a feeling the killer was female. Because women are envious.

There are women that commit murder. Shanquella Robinson was beaten to death by her own friends.* But keep in mind, it was four women against one. It's not that women never kill, but there are physical limitations that no amount of jealousy or "b*tchiness" can overcome. So why don't we find it implausible that the killer was female based on the laws of physics alone?

There are numerous instances of serial killers breaking into college dorms and attacking multiple women at once. All male. The number of times a single woman has broken into a dorm house and done the same thing? Zero. It's not that the chances are zero, but they are minute compared to the probability that a man did this.

I've noticed there's been this desperate drive to believe that males are no more violent than females, even though it's certainly not true. Even to the point of believing that men and women have equal strength. People have always wanted to believe that men are less violent than they are, and that women are more, but for a crime like this, no one ASSumed a female killer. And it's pure clickbait, too. A female killer would make this awful crime even weirder. Zanier. Novel. Interesting. Cool.

People believe this crap because we had "experts" say that men do in fact belong in women's sports, because they have no competitive edge. "The female is deadlier than the male" gynophobia is presented as "REAL feminism." Men's crimes are now being listed in the public record as women's crimes because the perpetrators insisted documents be falsified. These stories make the news and reporters slyly don't put up mugshots.

People don't understand radical feminism. We have never said that our bodies are the same as men's. We have never said that we are identical to men in terms of violence. We have always said the opposite, really. While we do believe gender stereotypes are just stereotypes, extreme male violence is not a stereotype. We know how it works. We also know that to commit such violence takes a certain amount of physical strength that even evil women don't usually have. It's not just about the psychology of such a criminal. A man could have the full, operating brain of a serial killer. But if he's in a wheelchair with limited use of one arm, his fantasies have to stay fantasies.

Our bodies are not constructs.

This homicide detective knows that. But his resentment of women creeped out in this opportunity to plug his podcast. And the handmaid reporter didn't push back on him.

I do believe this is an interesting side effect of trans ideology becoming so pervasive- people now think that our bodies are inherently meaningless. They think our bodies are not a powerful factor in shaping our lives.

That's just not true. There's a plausible theory that the reason why Neanderthals died out was because their clans were too small to really advance. While it seems they were every bit as intelligent as homo sapiens, there just wasn't a lot of time to be creative since it was all hands on deck at all times. Why were their clans so small? Neanderthals had very high caloric needs. 85% of their diet was meat. Meat is harder to acquire and is more scarce than plants. An omnivorous diet is enormously helpful when there's little meat to be found. This small difference had huge ramifications.

Bodies matter.

People don't understand what a social construct is. They don't understand how your body is not separate from your life. TRAs have made this level of stupidity that much worse.

So yes I do think it's ridiculous to assume the Idaho 4 killer is female. If it is, it would be astonishing because it is so rare. It's not unreasonable at all to believe the killer is male unless there's some really incredible evidence. The only reason why you would believe, based on fucking nothing, that the killer was female? You want to believe it. You feel that negatively about women that you are in a fantasy land.

We need to stop with this bullshit.

***There is an internet rumor that either one or two of Shanquella Robinson's killers are TIMs. This turned out to be untrue, and at least one photo of one of the killers is fake.

Here is an asinine theory that the Idaho 4 killer is a woman: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3PtJC58gFW8 During the press conference with the police, a reporter (embarrassingly a woman) stands up and asks the cop if the killer "might be female." The cop paused a second, astonished by the weirdness and, well, stupidity of this question. Then he politely said "we are considering all possibilities." Louisiana Homicide Detective Sergeant McDoofus wot got a podcast went on News Nation to say "it's very likely that it was a female." What's his evidence for this? Women are jealous and b*tchy. Seriously, that sums up what he said. He offered no citations, no descriptions of the crime that would imply a female killer, no statistics, just that. These girls were beautiful, so some ugly b*tch must have showed up and stabbed them to death. Not one stab, mind you, over and over. Oh, and she stabbed one guy for some reason. So, defying all gender stereotypes, we're guessing the killer is female, while retaining the stereotype that young women are bitter and envious to the point of insanity. Think of what strength it takes to stab 4 adults at peak physical fitness, including an athletic man well over six feet. While they were attacked in their sleep, some did have defensive wounds. Meaning they fought for their lives. Through the power of suggestion, lots of people are now chiming in in the comments section that they also had a feeling the killer was female. Because women are envious. There *are* women that commit murder. Shanquella Robinson was beaten to death by her own friends.* But keep in mind, it was four women against one. It's not that women never kill, but there are physical limitations that no amount of jealousy or "b*tchiness" can overcome. So why don't we find it implausible that the killer was female based on the laws of physics alone? There are numerous instances of serial killers breaking into college dorms and attacking multiple women at once. All male. The number of times a single woman has broken into a dorm house and done the same thing? Zero. It's not that the chances are zero, but they are minute compared to the probability that a man did this. I've noticed there's been this desperate drive to believe that males are no more violent than females, even though it's certainly not true. Even to the point of believing that men and women have equal strength. People have always wanted to believe that men are less violent than they are, and that women are more, but for a crime like this, no one ASSumed a female killer. And it's pure clickbait, too. A female killer would make this awful crime even weirder. Zanier. Novel. Interesting. *Cool.* People believe this crap because we had "experts" say that men do in fact belong in women's sports, because they have no competitive edge. "The female is deadlier than the male" gynophobia is presented as "REAL feminism." Men's crimes are now being listed in the public record as women's crimes because the perpetrators insisted documents be falsified. These stories make the news and reporters slyly don't put up mugshots. People don't understand radical feminism. We have never said that our bodies are the same as men's. We have never said that we are identical to men in terms of violence. We have always said the opposite, really. While we do believe gender stereotypes are just stereotypes, extreme male violence is not a stereotype. We know how it works. We also know that to commit such violence takes a certain amount of physical strength that even evil women don't usually have. It's not just about the psychology of such a criminal. A man could have the full, operating brain of a serial killer. But if he's in a wheelchair with limited use of one arm, his fantasies have to stay fantasies. Our bodies are not constructs. This homicide detective knows that. But his resentment of women creeped out in this opportunity to plug his podcast. And the handmaid reporter didn't push back on him. I do believe this is an interesting side effect of trans ideology becoming so pervasive- people now think that our bodies are inherently meaningless. They think our bodies are not a powerful factor in shaping our lives. That's just not true. There's a plausible theory that the reason why Neanderthals died out was because their clans were too small to really advance. While it seems they were every bit as intelligent as homo sapiens, there just wasn't a lot of time to be creative since it was all hands on deck at all times. Why were their clans so small? Neanderthals had very high caloric needs. 85% of their diet was meat. Meat is harder to acquire and is more scarce than plants. An omnivorous diet is enormously helpful when there's little meat to be found. This small difference had huge ramifications. Bodies matter. People don't understand what a social construct is. They don't understand how your body is not separate from your life. TRAs have made this level of stupidity that much worse. So yes I do think it's ridiculous to assume the Idaho 4 killer is female. If it is, it would be astonishing because it is so rare. It's not unreasonable at all to believe the killer is male unless there's some really incredible evidence. The only reason why you would believe, based on fucking nothing, that the killer was female? You want to believe it. You feel that negatively about women that you are in a fantasy land. We need to stop with this bullshit. ***There is an internet rumor that either one or two of Shanquella Robinson's killers are TIMs. This turned out to be untrue, and at least one photo of one of the killers is fake.

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I've noticed there's been this desperate drive to believe that males are no more violent than females, even though it's certainly not true. Even to the point of believing that men and women have equal strength.

They tell themselves and everyone else this lie so they can construct the idea that it's a fair fight. The very basis of women's oppression by men is that they can overpower us and beat us up. This lie is also the logic behind TIMs in women's sports. Everyone arguing for men in women's sports know just one outlier woman who is 6'2" and they joke "I wouldn't want to make her angry".

The idea that women can be just as violent as men is another lie to justify violence against women. Every time I see an article on a woman who has murdered someone the comments seem to gleefully say "see? Women are just as bad as men". Even though men commit 90% of murders.

It is highly unlikely that the murderer in this Idaho case is a woman. The comments seem to indicate they think the surviving room mates may have done it. I think the police may have arrested them already if they thought this was the case. DS McDoofus does seem to think it's a passionate crime. I just don't know that many women who are that angry. That kind of anger is usually reserved for males.

I know an outlier woman who is 6'2" and there's no fucking way she beats up a man anywhere near her size. I knew her in high school. She played basketball and was good enough to get a scholarship to play at a high level Division 1 NCAA program. In high school, she begged them not to list her weight in the game programs. She ended up not making the team in college because she simply could not bring herself to put on the kind of muscle mass you need to play at that level. She had gotten all the same messages as other girls about weight and not getting "too bulky", but as a very tall girl she hadn't gotten it worse. She was already not being "feminine" enough by having the unmitigated gall to be tall. There was no way she could bring herself to violate the rules even more by having muscles or gasp weighing anywhere close to 200 pounds.

She hunched. She dieted. She made herself smaller on purpose. And it still breaks my heart to even think about it.

I feel so bad for your friend. Women have a wide range of body types and society is soooooo unforgiving when someone doesn't live up to the ideal.

Similarly, one of the things about the gender craze that makes me mad is how it's more frequent for a woman to be assumed to be a TIM just because she has too much jawbone, or is taller than most. It's bullshit, and we shouldn't have to deal with this. Women shouldn't have to put in any effort to pass as women.

Karlie Kloss, supermodel, is 6’2”. I want someone to tell me with a straight face that they fear her the same way they fear a 6’2” man.

They act like men never have anger issues with beautiful women

Or would violently kill them

A forensic examiner should be able to tell something about the strength of the knife wielder based on depth etc. Not sure about height if they were lying down.

It's the next phase of operations.

Men have gotten pissed at women for "causing" all of this, and especially intersectional feminism that made them feel like bad guys. They are determined that we never again experience womanhood as any kind of shared reality experienced as consensus, so that once we are put back in our place, we won't be able to get uppity and think we can congregate and have common issues to fight for ever again.

The true evil is how well it's working. A little bit of oppression olympics here, a little appeal to be a real feminist, who sees no difference between women and men whatsoever and is thus a proponent of true equality, there... it's almost genius. All I can hope is we figure out a way to turn the playbook against them the way that they have us, before it's too late.

Very well said! Many blokes are offended at the mere idea that they are more dangerous to women than women are dangerous to them due to the mere fact that they are physically stronger than us!

I remember once in a forum where I lurked when a bloke got offended when a woman mentioned to him that heterosexual women have a worse time dating than gay blokes due to dating males being more dangerous for women than for other males due to males being stronger than women and the bloke threw a BIG tantrum and told the woman something along the lines of : " So you think all men are rapists? That's it I officially don't like you! "

The bloke got so offended that he even put words in the woman's mouth like accusing her of saying that all males are rapists even though she didn't say anything about rape at all!

All that she said was that dating is more difficult for women looking to date a bloke than for a bloke that wants to date a bloke because if a fight broke out the chances of the woman ending up beaten up and seriously physically hurt by the bloke she was dating would be much higher than if a fight broke up between a gay male couple as a bloke can defend himself against another bloke much easier than a woman can defend herself from a bloke! That's all! That's it!

Scrote had issues with cocaine and was a male stripper apparently... He had told the forum that he had been accused of rape by multiple women but he claims they were all " false accusations " ...

Scrote had issues with cocaine and was a male stripper apparently... He had told the forum that he had been accused of rape by multiple women but he claims they were all " false accusations " ...

I hate that type. They always out themselves by taking it as a personal attack

Men who see women as people worthy of empathy understand and support the measures we take to stay safe

I noticed that too! There was another bloke in the forum who also took offense to what the woman said... The other bloke was later revealed to be a sexual predator and a groomer of minors...

Poor Shanquella was heavily intoxicated aswell and there were men present when she was killed encouraging the girls who murdered her that did nothing to helpl

I’ve watched enough murder documentary’s to confidently say that most murdered women are murdered by loser misogynistic males and trying to conflate those stats to protect the feelings of men is pure evil

Yes, you have said it so well! Our bodies are different, & our bodies are important in our lives. But so many people & society think physical strength equals superiority in other areas-which is part of why women are oppressed-by men, AND women who internalized that. So movies & video games try to prove "women are just as good as men" by showing women with unrealistic physical strength. And since a lot of people don't do physical labor, a lot of people have forgotten the difference. Female bodies channel our resources into the potential to create, to grow, to bring forth human life.

I seriously hate the “oooo! What if <insert famous unknown killer> was a WOMAN!” thing I see sometimes in the true crime community. The biggest dumbshit theory I heard was, maybe Jack the Ripper was actually a woman! A murderer who targeted and disemboweled prostitutes with clearly psycho-sexual/misogynistic motives, but sure. Some chick was just jealous of the prostitutes and decided to murder them in a very male-oriented way. 🙄

Men and women have different motives for killing, and obviously men kill everyone at an exponentially higher rate, but men kill other men and women/children for entirely different reasons. Killing for drugs, money, personal beef or gang-related reasons is different than behaving like a predator hunting prey for sexual thrills, narcissistic misogyny or control/possession. You’d think the true crime community could use some goddamn critical thinking skills.

As an aside, the book The Five: The Untold Lives of the Women Killed by Jack the Ripper (author Hallie Rubenhold) delves into the actual history of the murdered women. Although the victims were in unfortunate financial circumstances due to the limited options for women at that time, "there is no hard evidence to suggest that three of his five victims were prostitutes at all." It was an interesting read with a lot of suppositions, but it still communicated very well how difficult life was for single women in Victorian England, and how horribly society and their husbands could treat them.

As sad as the book was, I loved reading it and seeing the women get back a little of their humanity.

I really noticed that, on a bunch of different channels, they were at pains to say " the man or woman who did this..." and ask "Do we know the sex of the assailant." I noticed it was sex, not gender, which was noteworthy, at least in one case.

What the Hell, if you go by sex, it's guaranteed to be a male. But obviously the newscasters style guide sent out some kind of memo not to assume man, because it could be a woman...with a dick.

[–] VestalVirgin 3 points Edited

I don't think it takes much strength to stab people? Men can stab other men, after all, so women presumably can stab other women. So, physically, I guess a woman could have done it. At least with the female victims, and as for the guy ... well, if he didn't wake up, it is theoretically possible that a woman could have done it.

That's murder mystery thinking, of course.

Real life murders tend to be committed by males, especially when almost all victims are female and attractive.

(Murder mysteries are unrealistic, but the tragedy is that they have to be in order to be entertaining. In the murder mysteries I recently read, the murderer was the nice elderly lady and the man in the wheelchair, respectively, although the man turned out to not really need a wheelchair. Because, well, if murder mysteries were realistic, the cases wouldn't be hard to solve! In one of those books, the husband of one of the murdered women was suspected of having murdered her, and then possibly the other ones to cover that up, and ... well, in real life, he would totally have done it!)

People tend to completely forget the psychological differences between the sexes, too.

In a murder mystery I watched recently, the big villain turned out to be a woman, who had comitted the murders so she could continue to blackmail someone. Now, a woman blackmailing someone in order to make money is not that unrealistic, but ... murdering someone to protect that source of income, even though she was already rich enough to not have to work, was in no imminent danger of getting caught, and even though the murder made it much more likely she'd get caught?

I was immediately struck by the fact that I would not do that. It's stupid. Taking stupid risks for fun is a very male thing, as is murder. And she was portrayed as rational, normal woman, not as psychopathic and insane. The movie expected women to relate to her on some level (she went on a monologue on how unfair patriarchy was to women and how she wanted her piece of the cake), and .. well. That just doesn't work for me. I can believe that a woman murders. I can also believe that a woman takes stupid risks. But both at the same time ... without being emotionally involved ... without being psychopathic ...

Nah, I don't buy it.

If they had not expected women to relate to her, I think it might have worked, but by forcing that, they made it just so much more obvious that ... women don't behave like that.

It’s fairly hard to stab someone, especially around the rib cage. One of the victims was a young man who was clearly over 6 feet tall. Stabbing one person is one thing, but four? One a powerful male who likely fought back?

This is quite a feat for a single man, let alone a woman.

Idk, I assume murdering someone by stabbing is way easier than doing it without a weapon, and men manage to murder women with their bare hands quite often.

But yeah, if the man was among those who fought back, that makes it much more likely that he was murdered by a man just from a physical point of view.

Even without that, though ... most murderers just are men, so statistics point to a man.

Also, apparently they all slept in the same house? I don't think a woman would have risked someone else waking up during one of the murders. A man might think he can fight two women, but a woman wouldn't make that assumption.

I've noticed there's been this desperate drive to believe that males are no more violent than females, even though it's certainly not true.

Pure abuser mindset coming out to deflect from the increasingly impossible to ignore fact that males have a violence problem.

Good God, I haven't heard of any if this. Edit... I just watched. These assholes. So stupid.

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