Why you should monitor what your wife writes online

A black woman who calls her husband “The White Oppressor” (seriously) and describes herself as “profoundly insecure” and having “no domestic skills whatsoever” offers up the most hilariously wrong description of my last post possible:

Shorter Moosenorseman: If women would just act more like dogs (amiriteboyz), there wouldn’t be a marriage crisis!

Anyway, the marriage issue is not solely the fault of naughty women and their hypergamy.

This is why I speak to them in parables, because seeing they do not see, and hearing they do not hear, nor do they understand.

This is one of the many reasons I don’t allow women to comment here.

Anyhow, a few things you should note:

  1. I never claimed there was “a marriage crisis.”
  2. I never claimed that the “marriage crisis” I never claimed existed was the “fault of naughty women and their hypergamy.”
  3. I never claimed that the “marriage crisis” I never claimed existed was solvable
  4. I never claimed that the solution to the “marriage crisis” I never claimed existed was for women to “just act more like dogs.”

Why even bother pointing these obvious facts out?

Because its instructive to note what set off the dissembling–what I actually said.

I’m going to tell you how to land a husband that would otherwise be out of your league.

Mrs. “no domestic skills whatsoever” is married. Why is she reading advice on how to land a husband?

Understand that, and you will see clearly why my post triggered her, and why her summary of it is so divorced from what I actually wrote.

5 thoughts on “Why you should monitor what your wife writes online

  1. Mrs. [“profoundly insecure” and having] “no domestic skills whatsoever” is married. Why is she reading advice on how to land a husband?
    Because:
    She is married.
    She is insecure.
    She is dissatisfied.
    She wants to “trade up”.
    Make sense?
    Also note in her post about “delaying children”. I’d add “She is intentionally barren”.

  2. TPC responded and reacted emotionally to the “puppy” post because she didn’t understand it. I participated on that thread and tried to explain it. That didn’t work out so well — all it garnered was more emotional overreaction.

    I don’t agree with tz that TPC is dissatisfied or wants to “trade up”. We don’t know that. What I will say is that when men talk about what women should do to get husbands, when men instruct women on how to live in a marriage, most women react and respond emotionally – with indignation, anger, resentment, name-calling, and blame-shifting. The comment string attached to the linked thread at TPC’s is full of these emotional reactions.

  3. @TZ:

    I’d add “She is intentionally barren”

    Well, her About page claims she has children. I have no reason to believe that claim is false. As to trading up, I doubt that is what is going on here, although it could go that way if it continues. She wants to reassure herself that she landed the best man possible. So when she reads advice to single women on “how to land a husband that would otherwise be out of your league” and she sees that the specific recommendation is not one that she followed, she reads it as a claim that she “settled” and reacts emotionally to that imaginary claim.

  4. @ deti:

    I read your posts in that thread, and I must say you are a far more patient–and far less cynical–man than I.

    Also, see my comment to TZ above.

  5. Great post. This extends to the rubbish they post and read on social media especially the bane of our times — Facebook. The cackling that goes on there can be unbearable at times. Also, by calling the men names (with the “shorter” prefix) is an attempt at shaming. One can be riled up without being disrespectful. Even when she admits (publicly) that she has no domestic skills, she’d rather spend time blogging and commenting than seeing to the needs and caring for her husband and her family.

    I’m so glad that women are banned from commenting here.

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