Another One For The Lady

 
IT took a thousand years and then some for men to build a new rule of law that replaced vendetta, hysteria, gossip and malice with proportionality, reason, evidence and temperance. Orchestrated by the most loathsome coven of embittered ogresses and phony Boudicas in the country’s history, the Get Rid of Morrison rape panic of 2021 and its longer MeToo progenitor have laid waste to the inheritance in a few years. Contemporary Western feminists seem to be enraged by an existential crisis within themselves whose only release is cultural violence. In almost all of the examples of supposed male perfidy doing the rounds – especially the Fairfax-backed ones slandering private schoolboys (public schoolboys never put a penis wrong) – the most common state of the alleged victims of sexual assault is heavy, falling-down-drunk intoxication.

There is a reason feminists don’t like mentioning this because it was their Girls Can Do Anything idiocy that brainwashed a generation of misses into thinking they had the right and the capability to match it with the boys at anything, including the number of shots they can down at two in the morning. Virtually every ADF recruitment ad now shows females playing football, driving APCs or buggerising around in the scrub with a bogged Bushmaster. The dogmatic man-haters crafting this propaganda for the government want these same ladies sent to war where their Girl Powers will be more than a match for terrorists in close quarters combat. That’s how delusional they are.

Yes Daisy, we should teach sons about consent. We should also teach daughters they can always get a cab home at 10pm and that regret isn’t rape. If intoxication renders prudent sexual decision-making legally impossible, then logic, justice and fundamental equality doctrine demand that the same leeway be afforded young males. If that isn’t right, explain why. Don’t walk into a consent-ed class for adolescent boys without an answer.

Finally, this warning: the demonisation of masculinity and the war of utter hatred being waged by feminists against boys will have the unintended effect of making girls more unsafe. If there is one thing groups of boys do well – and with an almost primordial instinct – it is sniffing out the weak inconsistency in wannabe captains. Don’t tell them to babysit their equals and think they haven’t noticed the Damsel in Distress anachronism. What worries me is that some will now avoid offering assistance and protection to female drunks out of an abundance of caution. My counsel to them is be careful but do the right thing regardless. That’s what men do.

As for the Hanson-Youngs, Keneallys, Milligans and Wongs, they have become disengaged entirely from the hard business of governance and administration. It’s funny how left-wing women always end up trading in sex. Margaret Thatcher was only interested in policy. The upshot of rape-o-rama for the nation is disastrous. If politics these days was an old-fashioned newspaper, the lady pages would be the preponderance of copy, reality the supplement.

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57 Responses to Another One For The Lady

  1. Dot says:

    Brilliant article.

  2. Jannie says:

    the demonisation of masculinity and the war of utter hatred being waged by feminists against boys will have the unintended effect of making girls more unsafe.

    And boys will grow up to be hard men, and take their revenge.

  3. Snoopy says:

    It’s funny how left-wing women always end up trading in sex.

    🤔

  4. I can’t link but 2 days ago the gruinaid had a “ why are boys so rapey” article that avoided any mention of the remote possibility that the revolution in morals they have championed as long as they have been in existence could have anything to do with it.

    The article was grimly humerus as it could easily be read as a cry for the return of traditional values.
    Instead they pretended that it’s all fallen suddenly from the sky as a unpredictable and unforeseen thing.

    If a baby is just a clump of cells then it’s a short walk to a headjobs not really sex or it’s not rape if she can’t say no.

    You can’t selectively kick away the legs of a stool and pretend to be shocked when it fails.

  5. Tintarella di Luna says:

    currencylad, your article I am savouring your article like fine liqueur, I have read it and re-read it, each word just right, thank you. I very much enjoy reading what you write in posts and comments.

    Perhaps the rage of feminists is a rage against their own biological yearnings who knows but the viciousness is so manifest, like.the madness of bloodlust, unappeasable and seemingly unstoppable. What or who next?

  6. duncanm says:

    Hit it on the head.

    That list of Eastern suburbs school assaults read like a manual on how to avoid getting raped.

    Don’t get yourself paralytic drunk at the age of 14 with potential gropers present. It’s really that simple most of the time.

  7. Norian says:

    The rape story epidemic is supportive of a particular narrative. The aim of the narrative is to get Tanya Plibersek to become the next ALP leader. Greasy, fatherless Albanese is not getting traction with the public and so is likely to be replaced. The rape story epidemic is so that Shorten can not be considered for the role and the Plibersek gets it by default.

  8. Entropy says:

    Quite so Norian. But if it can damage the odd mini ster well that’s OK too.

  9. Scott Osmond says:

    Who would have thought that destroying morality would cause a problem. Even as a bloke I avoid getting a skinfull of snake juice. Telling girls and boys that getting hammered isn’t the objective, it’s having a good time with mates that’s the fun. Apparently that’s victim blaming today. Back when I was a teenager in the mid 90s this atitude was normal, have fun, look after your mates and if someone has too much see that they have a safe place to sleep it off and if you need to call one or more of the parents to come pick you and the group up. Nowadays it’s grrrl power all the way and god help the hindmost. I don’t recognise this country anymore.

  10. Scott Osmond says:

    and I didn’t expect to say that until I was at least in my 80s, not early 40s.

  11. fred says:

    I am told one large law firm sent out a memo today offering assistance if any staff were triggered by the news the firm has been engaged by Ted Hughes/Bundy aka Christian Porter re defamation. Young lawyers are fragile things. Their float will likely be egged at Mardi Gras on Saturday.

  12. kae says:

    Scott

    There are certain things girls should avoid. They used to be taught this from a suitable age by their mother/family.

    Boys not related to the girl should never be in the girl’s bedroom.

    Don’t get blind drunk – don’t get drunk.

    Never put yourself in a dangerous situation.

    Don’t go with a group of boys.

    Don’t dress provocatively – there are some* weirdos out there who think you want attention and it is really not the attention you want.

    These are just a few.

    It is not victim blaming, it is personal safety, responsibility, and if a girl does not possess “spidey senses” these rules may keep her safe.

    When I was 16 I had no spidey senses. They developed rather quickly after an experience I had.

    *Not all men!

  13. Oscr says:

    Margaret Thatcher was almost certainly Aspergic AKA High Functioning Autistic. The extreme male brain hypothesis is a good explanation for this condition and for females it means their brains resemble the neurotypical male brain and their behaviors and drive to dominate certainly do. So Thatcher and those like her will be different from most women.

  14. Mater says:

    Oh the irony of this ADFA brouhaha.

    As a young male cadet, I well remember having had a good night out (with plenty of drinks) and retiring to my room before midnight, to sleep it off – forgetting to lock my door in the process.

    I awoke from my drunken slumber to find myself being sexually mauled by an inebriated female cadet who had entered my room in the early hours. And I do mean “sexually mauled”. I was well a truly compromised before I even woke up.

    It transpired that the women in question had taken a fancy to me, and after loading up on booze that night, she (and two of her female mates) thought it appropriate that she pay me an unannounced visit, to slake her thirst. A locked door would likely have been the end of the scheme. It wasn’t.

    Now, I realise that most blokes wouldn’t complain about it, and I didn’t. I dealt with it by myself; I escorted her out of my room, and life went on as normal. I only recount it now because of the striking similarities of the current issues (despite being a complete reversal of the popular narrative).

    Did I raise a complaint about it? No. Am I going to? Again, no. But what is interesting is that the perpetrator is, nowadays, fully engaged with, and making a living from, the feminist, ‘girl power’, #metoo bandwagon.

  15. Rabbi Putin says:

    Logical conclusion: women are not fit for politics.

    And don’t give me Thatcher, we’ll be waiting another 300 years for another Thatcher. This is just a woman-problem.

    Thatcher, like Elizabeth 1 and Joan of Arc, was successful because she thought and governed “like a man”. You will have more luck finding an Albino Gorilla.

  16. Jock says:

    While not a comment on cl post, I just want to say that the hideous display by the “journalists” at the porter statement was barbarous. Looking around the room there was no humanity. They were enjoying the blood-lust of bringing down their prey. Did you see their eyes? Cruel, uncaring, feral.

    These people need to be put in the same position. I’m now on Facebook side. Why does this “journalism” need to survive?

  17. Mother Lode says:

    If someone climbed into a car with a drunk driver and was killed, or went rock climbing with dodgy equipment, we would think nothing of admitting that their bad choices contributed to their death. We might not go screaming it out immediately – people are mourning – but we acknowledge that they should have made a different choice.

    These empowered ‘equal to men’ women apparently are not up to that.

    Men instead, even when their mental state is as impaired as the woman’s, are responsible for their own, and the woman’s, behaviour.

  18. Perfidious Albino says:

    Mater – these days it seems as likely your female cadet would declare she was the victim and be believed.

  19. Mater says:

    Mater – these days it seems as likely your female cadet would declare she was the victim and be believed.

    Given that I was senior to her, yes, that is how it would have been portrayed…even back then.

  20. cuckoo says:

    Chris Uhlman has wavered over the years but he delivered a very forceful editorial statement on Nine news last night, saying that once we start down this road of using ‘rape’ claims as political weapons, there’s no going back.

    ABC meanwhile was all hand-holding interviews with friends of the alleged victim, and sneers about ‘no admissible evidence’

  21. H B Bear says:

    Many women, young and not so young, now realise they were sold a pup by their “have it all” sisters in the 70s and 80s. This is just one aspect of the deception.

  22. sabena says:

    The suggestion that Christian Porter raped this girl is improbable.
    Let’s put to one side his denial that anything happened.
    The complainant’s story is improbable for the following reasons:-
    1.The debaters were all schoolchildren under 18.They would have needed to be and no doubt were supervised by the organisers of the competition.
    2.Given the above,the likelihood of 2 children being together alone is minimal.
    3.Likewise the possibility of any sexual activity is minimal whether consensual or otherwise.
    4.The likelihood of any sexual activity being concealed is also minimal.
    5.If the event took place,it is likely that(given the alleged nature of the attack) that signs of discomfort on the part of the complainant would have been noticed,whether or not she complained.
    In addition,the complainant,if the complaint were true,would be entitled to damages from the organisers for failing to properly supervise the students.She took no such action.
    I wonder if those calling for an inquiry understand that they are now liable to be sued in defamation for imputing that Porter’s denial of the allegations was a lie.Let’s hope they get their comeuppance.

  23. Albatross says:

    The question is whether he is a fit and proper person to be around the cabinet table with these types of allegations levelled at him.

    https://www.news.com.au/finance/work/at-work/nationals-senator-matt-canavan-says-accused-cabinet-minister-should-not-step-down/news-story/d79bf1543649ed9337cb1c859cb1d4fa

    This is the world these people imagine.

    This disgusting c**t just got through suing a man for implying she was a slag. Perhaps Leyonhelm’s mistake was in not accusing her of rape.

  24. Albatross says:

    C.L. exceptional post.

  25. alans says:

    maybe that is the problem with the “fab three”; they haven’t had a decent root for years.

  26. alans says:

    Perhaps thats the problem with the “fab three”; they haven’t had a decent root for years and their frustration is now plain to see.

  27. duncanm says:

    Scott Osmond says:
    March 4, 2021 at 12:16 am
    and I didn’t expect to say that until I was at least in my 80s, not early 40s.

    the onset of cranky-old-man’ism is swift, my friend.

  28. Shy Ted says:

    Mater says: March 4, 2021 at 6:45 am
    It transpired that the women in question had taken a fancy to me,

    Freudian slip, Mater? C’mon, you’re among friends here. How many?

  29. Mother Lode says:

    CL seems to think that drunkenness is a criminal defence.

    You really are dim.

  30. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    the hideous display by the “journalists” at the porter statement was barbarous. Looking around the room there was no humanity. They were enjoying the blood-lust of bringing down their prey. Did you see their eyes? Cruel, uncaring, feral

    Especially the bint in the pink blouse and transparent framed Erkos*. A screechy hysterical harpy if ever there was one.

    *Anyone know who she is?

  31. Mater says:

    Freudian slip, Mater? C’mon, you’re among friends here. How many?

    Only one, Ted.
    The other two were outside giggling (as it turned out).

    Contrary to the narrative, some of these young women are anything but naive and vulnerable. Wolves in Sheep’s clothing.

  32. Rex Anger says:

    CL seems to think that drunkenness is a criminal defence. Good luck with that. Or do you mean to say that only blokes are allowed to do nasty things while drunk?

    One gets the impression that our littlest anklebiter missed whomever it was aiming for, and latched onto its own hind leg with this effort…

    #Derp

  33. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    once we start down this road of using ‘rape’ claims as political weapons, there’s no going back

    Porter, to his credit, covered this concept quite well during his presser – ” if we go down this road I’ll be out of my job anyway and there’ll be no need for an AG as there’ll no longer be any rule of law in this (stupid, stupid) country”.

  34. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    sabena – the howler about the kiddies’ visit to the non-existent Hard Rock Cafe also needs to be noted.

  35. sabena says:

    Spurgeon-
    Why would you be letting kids go to the Hard Rock Cafe unsupervised (assuming it did exist at the time) anyway? That is not what their parents would have expected when they allowed them to go to the competition.

  36. Old School Conservative says:

    Thank you CL for some great analysis.
    At a personal level I see many of your points at play within my own family and I’m sure going to ramp up my efforts to educate my grandchildren in the perils of heavy, falling-down-drunk intoxication.

  37. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    sabena – it’s an interesting one. I would have also assumed, if the kiddies were on an official interstate trip for the debating comp, that they would have been subject to a program of events, which would have included supervised social outings.

    The allegations (if they could be dignified with such a term) made by the (now dead) woman against Porter increasingly appear to be utter fabrications.

    His political career nonetheless, is now in ruins. Given his repeated failures in his role as AG, this is not necessarily an undeserved fate, even if it is for entirely unrelated reasons.

  38. Andre Lewis says:

    Bolta noted last night that the very detailed account of the alleged rape occurred after a boozy night out in 1988 at the Hard Rock Cafe. Trouble is the joint was not opened until the following year. Memory not so good after all.

  39. Roger says:

    It’s funny how left-wing women always end up trading in sex. Margaret Thatcher was only interested in policy.

    Margaret Thatcher was happily married.

    Might have something to do with it?

  40. PeterW says:

    There are parallels in the Domestic Violence or Intimate Partner Violence, sphere.

    Having been taught for decades that men should never hit women, we have failed to equally teach that women should not hit men. Research is increasingly finding that the majority of IPV is initiated by women, and that the traditional method of counting those who end up in hospitals or shelters only measures who won, not who caused the conflict. Given these figures and the fact that the largest category of IPV is “mutual”, it is apparent that the most productive thing that we could do to reduce IPV is to teach girls that it is not ok to hit boys (or use men as emotional punching-bags).

    There is also an identified correlation between the generation which first saw female characters normally and successfully committing acts of violence in Children’s TV, and increasing IPV. Due to differing rates of development, a 12yo girl is very likely a match for the average 12yo boy. This changes radically by the age of 15 as puberty kicks in, but by that time habits have been created.

    I’d also love to find a link to the study which apparently found a strong correlation between a program designed to indoctrinate male soldiers to ignore the biological imperative to protect female soldiers, and a similar increase in both IPV and male-female violence generally. Teaching males that smaller, weaker females need neither protection nor consideration…… who would have expected that to have consequences……

  41. Old Lefty says:

    Some of the pile-on in favour of Higgins and against Campbell over this has taken leave of reality.

    I like a glass of red as.much as anyone, but it is not a good idea to get incapably drunk even if you don’t get r0ped. Ask any doctor or nurse who has worked in a hospital emergency department. Apart from booze-fuelled violence, a lot of their work comes from alcohol-related accidents. After all, if you fall over you are likely to injure yourself.

  42. Baa Humbug says:

    What strikes me in this cultural shift is that it seems to be mostly men (with few exceptions like Camille Paglia) who are warning of the dire future consequences for the happiness of women.
    Where are all the non-feminazee women speaking out forcefully and often about this dangerous cultural shift?

    The same applies to blokes in frocks competing in women’s sports. Men seem to be the ones who have spoken out against it more so than women (though admittedly some women are speaking out of late, now that it’s a reality in many places and it is hurting women).

    Maybe being women themselves, they know how nasty the activist women can get and so are staying quiet?
    Come on sisterhood. Speak up for yourselves.

  43. Lee says:

    CL seems to think that drunkenness is a criminal defence. Good luck with that. Or do you mean to say that only blokes are allowed to do nasty things while drunk?

    Where did he say that?
    Oh, he didn’t, the resident bullshit artist, Kim, made that up!

  44. Mother Lode says:

    Trouble is the joint was not opened until the following year. Memory not so good after all.

    Aaaaagh!!! Eeeek!!!

    Blaming the victim!

    /Feminista /beta_male

  45. Mother Lode says:

    I have made the point before but in the context of busybodies trying to mold society and cocking it up it is germane.

    Years ago you could watch Popeye the Sailor and Road Runner and so on replete with cartoon violence.

    The busybodies declared (brandishing reams of ‘research’ and ‘studies’) that watching this taught viewers (predominately boys) that violence was OK, and without consequence.

    So these shows, and the many like them that also showed cartoon violence, were taken off.

    The generation of young people that grew up in this new righteous TV regime turned out to be more violent than those before. Not just hair-trigger tempers, but with no restraint. Even after knocking someone down they would keep going – the most horrific example being ‘stomping’.

    See, those old cartoons showed the ‘good’ character being picked on by the ‘bad’ character, and only after provocation did the good character fight back. They never started anything.

    Similarly all those old Westerns where ‘a man’ is stoic and responsible. He will shrug off any number of taunts and even low level physical injury. But, when someone weaker (a woman, or a child, the elderly) is subject to abuse only then does he respond. And as often as not, the villain is taken alive by the law, and is only killed when he has made the contest inevitable. The white hatted bloke does not go looking for to kill the black hatted one, but has the character not to back down when there is no other way.

    The impulse to violence is already there. These shows tamed it, checked it, and directed it to the service of others.

    Now that old fashioned thinking has been removed all that is left is the impulse to violence.

  46. Mother Lode says:

    CL seems to think that drunkenness is a criminal defence. Good luck with that. Or do you mean to say that only blokes are allowed to do nasty things while drunk?

    Where did he say that?

    Reminds me of that hapless reporterette interviewing Jordan Peterson with her constant ‘What you are really saying is…’ followed by some lefty talking point.

    Dim will keep doing this, deliberately missing the point, to try to force people to explain it again and again and again.

    She is not arguing. She is just trying to waste people’s time.

    For certain miserable personalities that is as good as life gets.

  47. MatrixTransform says:

    Glorious CL … beautiful to read

  48. Baa Humbug says:

    Where did all the comments go?

  49. Bar Beach Swimmer says:

    On Porter: ‘He’s a victim of his own reputation. His reputation is well earned…This bloke’s got form’. So says Graham Richardson speaking with Kieren Gilbert just now on Sky.

    What reputation is he referring to?

    Are those statements, slanderous?

    Then: ‘Have an inquiry; stand aside during the inquiry; he may come back…’

    Is he kidding?

  50. Boambee John says:

    Graham Richardson has form, in many fields of political and commercial endeavour.

  51. LBLoveday says:

    “Virtually every ADF recruitment ad now shows females playing football, driving APCs or buggerising around in the scrub with a bogged Bushmaster.”
    .
    Contrast that with the China Armed Forces recruitment video proclaiming “Peace behind me; war in front of me” which gives a clear indication of what China sees in the future.
    .
    https://youtu.be/l_qr-4AKM18

  52. LBLoveday says:

    watch the China Armed Forces recruitment video proclaiming “Peace behind me; war in front of me” which gives a clear indication of what China sees in the future.
    .
    https://youtu.be/l_qr-4AKM18

  53. m0nty says:

    What a spiteful, hateful OP. The comments aren’t much better.

    The fundamental value of conservatism is fear of women.

  54. Snoopy says:

    The fundamental value of socialism is idiocy.

  55. Rex Anger says:

    The fundamental value of conservatism is fear of women.

    Benito M0ntylini isn’t doing the Fascist cause much credit with his first-resort tactic of going for a low-energy anklebite…

    Did your donuts go stale?

  56. Astatine Jones says:

    Reducing sexual assault, domestic violence and ipv to Left vs Right politics demonstrates very little understanding of the issues and basically zero empathy.

  57. calli says:

    M0nty, one day you will have that conversation with your daughter. The don’t get sh*tfaced one. You will know when the time comes, because she’ll come home with all sorts of tales about what her friends are getting up to – it’s a testing of the waters to work out just how much you’ll tolerate from her.

    And your son won’t tell you a thing – you’ll have to broach the subject of what you expect him to do if a young lady in his orbit becomes “incapacitated”. And, of course, to moderate his own behaviour which he’ll probably ignore until he’s rolled by some hoodlum or other.

    That’s the reality of parenting and raising good kids. You’ll do it because you’re a good dad.

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