In continued proof of “men” being too sensitive to handle much of anything beyond blow jobs both literal and of the ego, Facebook has taken to defending “men’s” rights by a recent rash of banning female comedians like Rae Sanni and Alison Klemp for their “hate speech” toward the “male” gender. Apart from this level of censorship speaking to the ever-increasing state of “light” fascism in America, the implication of this sudden trend is laughable when considering that white “men” make up a group in the least need of being defended.
Ironically, however, white “men” are a protected group on Facebook in spite of the fact that they’re already immune to essentially all laws of the land in life. Yet, at the same time, “subsets” like black children aren’t deemed a protected “category.” What’s more, Facebook isn’t required by any U.S. edict (as of yet) to enforce the type of censorship that would ban women for writing truthfully, “Men are scum” (and, apropos of the word, these days, we could all use a little light reading of The S.C.U.M. Manifesto).
But then, being that the company was started by a peak example of white “male” privilege (what with Zuckerberg attending private schools, taking fencing lessons and going to “youth summer camps” to hone his talents), can any of us be all that surprised by an inevitable conflict of interest where objectivity in “protection” is concerned? Unlike “men,” however, the words of women often tend to become actions. They are not the gender of idle chat and false promises, unlike “men,” who will tell you whatever you want to hear to get what they want in the moment. So perhaps this is what has white “penises” quaking in their crusty underwear when they hear women fighting back against them with simple truisms like, “‘Men’ ain’t shit.” Because, “Deep down,” like Blane said to Steff in Pretty in Pink, “you know she’s right.” So you can take away a woman’s Facebook account, but you can never suppress the plain fact that “men” have always, are currently and will continue to disappoint in their inhumane actions. And if that offends your “delicate” sensibilities, maybe you ought to think twice the next time you, as a “man” so easily insult, mock, assault and/or rape a woman because it suited your irrepressible whims.