How to Compete with Women as a Man in a Feminist World

Let’s be clear about one thing: when men and women compete with each other, we all lose.

Unfortunately, in the modern Feminist/Progressive world of identity politics and androgynous ideology, men and women now often work side by side, sometimes even doing the same job. Thus avoiding competing with women is almost impossible for many men.

The problem, as Jordan Peterson so eloquently pointed out, is that the ways that men compete with each other are forbidden when men compete with women.

In short, the boundaries of male competition and discourse are maintained through the constant possibility of escalation to physical violence. But men cannot do that with women … any conflict cannot be escalated as such. And thus men in the modern world don’t know how to compete with women, short of simply walking away.

When we put men and women together in the same working environment, but provide no way for them to compete and/or escalate conflict to full resolution, we do them a disservice. Moreover, if the only possible resolution comes from “communication” using feminine modes of communication, then is it any wonder why most men feel lost at how to compete with women? Or that men in the West either adopt more feminine traits or simply avoid women altogether (i.e. MGTOW)?

These issues lay at the heart of a lot of the growing dysfunction in the West, and contribute to things like the rapidly declining male college enrollment (females are now making up nearly 60% of freshman undergraduates) and spiking middle-age male suicide rates.

So in this era of “toxic masculinity”, what is a man to do?



In my mind, there are a few key tactics the Modern Man can adopt:

  1. Avoiding career paths dominated by women – this is becoming exceedingly difficult. Still there are certain technical fields where men dominate given their innate preferences to things of technical/logical/mathematical nature. Programming and computer-related fields are obvious here. But any sort of field that requires that schematic sort of thinking is not a natural draw for many women, despite what feminists and progressives might say. Also fields that require certain physical attributes, like the military or the trades, lack a similar draw.
      
    The other possibility is to take on more of a lone-wolf mentality, even when working with others. For me, this means I cooperate and coordinate with others as a team. But when it comes to completing specific tasks (particularly technical ones) I often prefer to work alone. If I delegate certain tasks, I am very judicious about who and what gets delegated. I, for instance, will limit the scope of any delegated task, to make sure that if it does not get completed in time, it does not delay the rest of the project (e.g. I can just leave a placeholder in the main programming code till it gets done).

  2. Exercising Law of Power #38: Think as you like, but behave as others do – From Robert Greene’s 48 Laws of Power, you can read more about this law here or here. The basic premise here is that, when in a working environment with a lot of women, you must learn to placate to their tendencies of doing things in certain ways. For instance, in my experience, women will want to spend a lot more time talking about things, discussing, etc. rather than actually doing. So you need to be supportive of their need to “communicate”. Women are trying to create group cohesion as part of how they normally function socially. They also might start forming cliques or sniping at each other in larger group settings, but best to stay out of that.
      
    Obviously, that may or may not really be helpful depending on the task, but that is not the point. The point is allow women to act like women, even to the point of encouraging them, so as to not let them get in the way of you accomplishing things in your normal masculine way (e.g. goal-oriented, mission focused, less more efficient communication, visually focused, etc.). Think of it as sort of taking on a paternal role, see the women as little girls, who deep down inside they all are in a way.
      
    And that does not mean women cannot contribute to a project, even a technical one, in meaningful ways. They are great at organizing things, creating cohesive groups quickly, and communicating. I have observed this myself working on various technical projects. Just realize they are not men, and don’t function as men. Appreciate women for what they are.
      
    **Note: Don’t get me wrong, there are women who can do computer programming. I’ve trained many of them, including ones that work at big companies like Google and Amazon. But women who have that same innate talent or desire for computers and technical thinking are just not as common as men, in my experience.

  3. Develop independent income streams, or the ability to work as a contractor – one of the biggest threats to most working men in the West these days are HR (human resources) departments, and the ease at which complaints of sexual harassment or other general female nagginess can quickly jeopardize a man’s source of income. Moreover, many of these HR departments are dominated by women, often with liberal arts backgrounds (e.g. sociology), who have in recent years been heavily brain-washed with third wave feminism and other modern SJW rhetoric during college. This is a very real threat to most modern men.
      
    The only real solution is thus to position yourself as best as possible to mitigate the chance that such people won’t have your balls in a noose. Blackdragon talks a lot about this issue, and I agree with him. It is important to develop independent and multiple income streams that are not directly tied to one organization or company. Cultivate flexibility and outcome independence. This may be by developing the ability to work for yourself as a contractor, starting a small business (or multiple ones) on the side, and/or developing technical skills that put you in-demand in the job market.
      
    Think of it like investing in the stock market vs. having all your savings in company stock (that you work for). Diversification is key to providing stable income even in a volatile market. It also provides freedom when you come under threat from fanatics in the SJW or Progressive groups, or HR threats for that matter. You must assume formlessness, lest they pin you down.
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7 Responses to How to Compete with Women as a Man in a Feminist World

  1. Yoda says:

    Don’t get me wrong, there are women who can do computer programming. I’ve trained many of them, including ones that work at big companies like Google and Amazon. But women who have that same innate talent or desire for computers and technical thinking are just not as common as men, in my experience

    Raked on the hot coals you will be
    For tell the truth you do

  2. Yoda says:

    And thus men in the modern world don’t know how to compete with women, short of simply walking away.

    Perhaps issue not “compete with” it is
    But rather “work with” it would be

  3. Avoiding working for/with companies large enough to have an HR department is really killing two birds with one stone. Smaller companies usually won’t put up with any female-centric nonsense as they’re too busy trying to make a buck.

    The military has already gone tits-up as a place to be a man and act as a warrior. Its mainly a jobs and benefits program for women these days, except for the front-line combat troops dying in worthless sandboxes like Iraq and Afghanistan. Trump should bring those guys home and just leave a few nukes in their places.

  4. But women who have that same innate talent or desire for computers and technical thinking are just not as common as men, in my experience

    Google fired a guy for saying as much.

  5. CopperFox3c says:

    Agreed guys … and this is why I don’t talk about this stuff publicly. But you can rest assured there are many red-pilled guys in science and the research industry. We just don’t talk about this stuff in public.

    I’m just communicating some of the things I’ve learned the hard way through experience … hopefully it can help the younger guys out. A lot of this should really be taught to young men in school or whatever, but obviously it is not being done.

  6. Yoda says:

    With James Damore, the truth set him free it did

  7. Dave says:

    Everytime I read your blog I don’t know if laughing or shittig myself, really. All of this is based on blatant lies and manipulation, and you think you are discovering gold or something with that “red pill” of yours.

    You say that nowadays women work with men, “even doing the same job”, like if it was the climax or something. Isn’t it the way it SHOULD be? Alright.

    Has Mr. Jordan Peterson ever punched a guy in an argument? Have some of you done that? I have never done it. Then why are you saying you can’t do that, do you want to do it? It is something avoidable, so why could you complain about the fact that it is forbidden against a woman? It’s forbidden against anyone, ffs. And we could actually talk about the fact that the masculine gender tends to like violence more than feminin gender, (I’ve never seen a woman wandering the local pubs looking for a fight, for example). So argue with a man the same as with a woman, if you don’t see the other contestant as a “person”, and you see it as “man/woman”, it’s your problem.

    “(…) using feminine modes of communication”. Lol. Have you tried… talking?? Ffs.

    So men enrolling university at a lower rate than women (we should also see which careers), you say it’s women’s fault? Why? Do they have fear of competing with them? Oh, no! Of course it doesn’t have anything to do with the women liberation of these past decades! (In Europe not so long ago a woman was seen bad if she didn’t attend her house while her man went working).
    Plus… Does University chooses pupils by their gender? No… Then, what the f-word does it have to do? And what are you saying, that it should be the other way around?
    And male suicide rate… Noo, it doesn’t have to do with society standards, neither with job and career stress, nor the family… It’s because women will take my job…
    Nice pair of manipulations you threw there.

    “Avoid careers dominated by women”. Some questions arise. First, which ones? And second one, why could they anyone be dominated by women, if in a lot of countries we have our precious wage gap? (Yes, that one which “red-pillers” claim it doesn’t exist, and they think themselves smarter than government statiscians and even without the official records in hand).

    “(…) accomplishing things in your normal masculine way”. Wow, now it turns out only men can accomplish things!. Now it seems the Margaret Hamilton wrote the code for the Apollo 11 between gossip and gossip! Oh my gawd!… Absurd. (I see you try to fix it in the next paragraph, but you just screwed it so much with this next sentence I am about to put).

    “Think of it as sort of taking on a paternal role, see the women as little girls, who deep down inside they all are in a way”. This stupid sentence got my blood boiling. This is the source of so, so many problems out there. They are NOT freaking little girls, they are your BOSSES, your WORKMATES, your CLIENTS, and they could actually know more than you do, so put your ego way down buddy, this is not about how big you think you are as a man, this is definitely a pathology and should be cut down now. That affirmation makes me sick.

    “(…) the ease at which complaints of sexual harassment or other general female nagginess can quickly jeopardize (…)”. You must be one of these guys who also complain about false law suits on false abusive men, despite the fact that they are statistically null. You’d better seen lots of false complaints, because if not you are shooting a loong 3-pointer man.

    Ah, and someone mentions that machist liar James Damore. Well, off you go.

    That’s it I guess, you talk about brainwash, but all you have to do is look at the mirror. It’s funny, but everytime I hear “Red-Pill stuff” I just prepare myself for the show. Try saying that in public as you said, but that will do more harm to yourself than good.

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