I’ve been reading a few lefty feminist sites lately because they are hilarious in their total lack of awareness. Upper middle class college chicks are equating drunken attempts to get them to put out as rape, have quit watching TV shows because they don’t like what was done to their favorite character (fictional), and beatified criminals who claim they were raped when nothing could be further from the truth.
It occurred to me that elite women in their late teens to early twenties are dangerously immature and simply are not prepared to live away from their families. They have the social skills of adolescents and lash out like toddlers when they don’t get exactly what they want, when they want it. But I feel no pity for them because part of growing up is to learn that you are not a beautiful and unique snowflake. I’m embarrassed for them because rather than throwing a tantrum with a select group of friends when things don’t go their way they often to turn to the tittyweb where their point of view is echoed ad infinitum.
Will they ever learn? Probably not.
In fact, I hope they don’t. Less competition in the workforce and more baristas–things that serve me well.
As Exhibit A, I give you this gem from some random feministing site I stumbled across a few days ago.
A few details that might help:
1. Pignazi just graduated from Oberlin where tuition is $50K. She is hardly oppressed in the scheme of things.
2. Pignazi responded to the article written by a fellow Pignazi to fill in some details which included these minor details: Pignazi was late to the interview, showed up with runs in her pantyhose, heavy makeup, wearing a skirt, t shirt, and a cardigan. Pignazi is so unaware of how these could be construed as negative that she included them as ancillary details that hid the obvious discrimination. She is just too smart and hot which was her downfall.
3. The recruiter highlighted the minor details for Pignazi, such as, she wasn’t hired because she was late, wasn’t appropriately dressed, wasn’t professional, and that OnShift had better candidates. It was clear the recruiter was trying to help her grow up and was kind of pissed that Pignazi couldn’t get her shit together. I’m not sure Pignazi understood the recruiter’s role as an interested party. As in Pignazi embarrassed her and could have cost her future business. But none of this matters because as a sexy woman just being a sexy woman, Pignazi was discriminated against for being a sexy woman. Derp.
My conclusion is that a generation of children will be entering the real world without the proper skills to survive. They have the world at their feet–relative peace and prosperity, access to any desired information, on demand services–and they still can’t seem to evolve beyond preadolescence. Their tantrums are displayed online for all the world to see because they seek validation for their behavior and the truly frightening thing is that they get it. I’m happy to report that many of the comments from this article plainly stated that the Pignazi should have worn a suit, acted like an adult, shown up on time, etc, but there was quite a bit of coddling too. I’m sure that the helpful advice will be disregarded just as was the recruiters. It’s easier for one to believe that they are perfect and the world is oppressive, rather than they are flawed and the world is benign.
So fuck ’em. And most importantly let’s hope that they don’t learn to adapt because I’m perfectly fine with a separation between those who are prepared for life and those who make my coffee. Extra cream, sugartits.
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