Being on top of the hierarchy

Constantly being told that one is on top of a hierarchy and how privileged one is as a white man can be irritating, but there is a pleasant side to it too. If people want to believe that, why not revel in it?

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And having some fun with the ideaat the Judgybitch site.

This video is a parody of the recent viral street harassment video made by a woman in New York:

http://time.com/3548123/funny-or-die-white-man-street-harassment-video/

This is from a humorous site, but many commenters seem to think it is meant to be what walking around in a city as a white man is really like. I suspect they just don’t have a sense of humour. It is pretty clearly a parody.

A spoof in other words:

http://popwatch.ew.com/2014/10/30/funny-or-die-spoofs-viral-new-york-city-street-harassment-video/

4 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by alcestiseshtemoa on November 9, 2014 at 8:14 pm

    Salutations. Your blog is still great, and has a good background theme. I forgot to add that I’ve deleted my previous blog. I won’t have a new website for a couple of months since I’m busy with transporting stuff, moving to Europe and finding a long-term mate there.

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  2. Posted by alcestiseshtemoa on November 9, 2014 at 8:16 pm

    By the way, this post is a great humorous spoof on the politically correct activists. I like the concentration on dubious sexual harassment. LOL!

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  3. Posted by Julian O'Dea on November 11, 2014 at 7:12 am

    http://elusivewapiti.blogspot.com.au/2014/11/what-misandry-means-to-me.html

    Samantha Allen: “i hate men doesn’t mean i hate you. it means i hate your position in this world. it means i’m not obligated to like you. it means i don’t have to talk to you if i don’t want to. it means i get to have my space and i don’t have to dance for you, smile at you, or soothe you. and you can put up with me being wary of you, can’t you, because the world has a fucking red carpet waiting for you wherever you go.”

    Here is a feminist who simply thinks that men have it easy and occupy an effortlessly superior position in the world. Beyond shaking one’s head in disbelief, how does a man respond to this kind of thing? Perhaps by saying that if men do have higher status – if – maybe we earned it by doing more to build civilisation than whiny women like Miss Allen.

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