I happened upon a couple of things in Twitter today that really matter. So, we had been looking at the Elliot Rodger case and wondering “how” this could occur?
Just caught an article off Breitbart, and watched a vid by a reporter I really like. So let me get that.
We were talking about cultural surround and how that has looked in different areas of the genogram timeline. So imagine the WEB as a thing that has existed post 1995 for most people. If we were to go back 20 years earlier, you would see a generation of teens all “learning” along the same sorts of “surrounds.” (Era of 13 channels on television) — by the early 80’s this is changing as the programming starts to change and more becomes available. What gets lost is a shared sense of media consumption. Where you might have had a “family” watching television together pre-1995? You now have individual consumption of media and web as a private thing. Post 1995. And you have many, many channels. So there is a sense of the individual with “a machine” and greater and greater amounts of time spent on it.
So I want to try and clear up any misconceptions of Second Wave Feminism for heterosexuals here. Because there seems to be an incredible argument going on from Third wave feminists and when I have looked at the videos for kids in general and seen all the bullying? I have to ask what in the programming is any kind of “path” forward? I’m thinking that so many of the games are just based in violence? So the media surround is very unclear. Kids in Elliot’s generation (raised on the machine as electronic spine) — it is not clear what the representations are for women?
Especially about the overmedication we have been looking into.
From the article:
In schools today across Britain and America, boys are relentlessly pathologised, as academics were warning as long ago as 2001. Boyishness and boisterousness have come to be seen as “problematic,” with girls’ behaviour a gold standard against which these defective boys are measured. When they are found wanting, the solution is often drugs.
One in seven American boys will be diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) at some point in their school career. Millions will be prescribed a powerful mood stabiliser, such as Ritalin, for the crime of being born male. The side effects of these drugs can be hideous and include sudden death.
Meanwhile, boys are falling behind girls academically, perhaps because relentless and well-funded focus has been placed on girls’ achievement in the past few decades and little to none on the boys who are now achieving lower grades, fewer honors, fewer degrees and less marketable information economy skills. Boys’ literacy, in particular, is in crisis throughout the West. We’ve been obsessing so much over girls, we haven’t noticed that boys have slipped into serious academic trouble.
So what happened to those boys who, in 2001, were falling behind girls at school, were less likely to go to college, were being given drugs they did not need and whose self-esteem and confidence issues haven’t just been ignored, but have been actively ridiculed by the feminist Establishment that has such a stranglehold on teaching unions and Left-leaning political parties?
In short: they grew up, dysfunctional, under-served by society, deeply miserable and, in many cases, entirely unable to relate to the opposite sex. It is the boys who were being betrayed by the education system and by culture at large in such vast numbers between 1990 and 2010 who represent the first generation of what I call the sexodus, a large-scale exit from mainstream society by males who have decided they simply can’t face, or be bothered with, forming healthy relationships and participating fully in their local communities, national democracies and other real-world social structures.
So let’s look at the vid I saw…
“There are no true male role models left at all.”
The above was a statement from the video. So this is a very sad sort of thing? He keeps mentioning Radical Feminism. So, since I am not sure what that is… let’s get the wiki on all that…
So looking at this…
(This is REALLY SAD, btw) Umm. I have never heard a feminist speak this way? Of men. So, pretty terrible.
So, thinking to myself, what kind of pornography were these kids exposed to in the web post 1995?
It’s incredibly unclear where the Third Wave has gone?
This is not Second Wave thought?
Watching this on gender, and teens. In terms of understanding gender as now defined in Elliot Rodger’s generation.
Questions are how has mass dosing of Ritalin and other drugs contributed to male castration?
You are talking to a heterosexual feminist from the Second Wave. This could also be called “cisgender” but that is a new term that I only learned a few years ago.
Watching a documentary on this:
and then this:
It’s very strange how clothes seem to dictate so much in this?
This is “new thought” to me. What he is saying? This kind of stereotyping did not exist in the 70’s for kids. We looked the other day at what was being taught by the third grade?
So the man in the above appears to be about 25, or so? Notice how he is mentioning pornography. My sense is that his gen was exposed to the downloads — just in the way he speaks about that.
Looking at teens and medication:
Esquire magazine — very sad to read this article. Read of the day, actually. Take a look.
So, this is a pretty huge research project.
Bear with me. Looking at cognition, studies on gender and the role of overmedication in kids.