It’s really not the end of the world. Men (or at least boys) have spoken to each other like this basically forever. But in our Feminized culture, its considered immoral for men to act like men. If Hillary and the sisterhood have their way, it’s going to become ‘illegal’ for men to act like men. This is no reason to disqualify him, and I doubt anyone but Hillary’s already converted sisterhood is going to.
“Sexual Assault” for instance, is now defined in the academy, as “any unwanted sexual attention”. But “unwanted” leaves a lot of room – too much for our legal system unless we want to abandon the premise of ‘innocent until proven guilty’. The problem there is that it’s the woman who unilaterally get’s to decide what sexual attention is wanted and which isn’t.
Take for example that man – the man that no woman wants. He’s overweight, short, bald, has a poor job with little prospect for advancement, he’s socially awkward, and has poor hygiene. If he so much as says good morning to a woman, under a law crafted the way the sisterhood wants it, he would be guilty of ‘sexual harassment’.
I on the other hand, have personally had women that I met seconds before, respond very positively to me putting my hand on their bottom or some other overt sexual act. Under the law as Feminists would have it, all that would be perfectly OK. At least until I meet some famous woman at a party someplace who would never consider a peasant like me no matter how good looking I may be.
You need to understand the goal here. The goal is for women to be the sole arbiters of who dates who, and to completely eliminate male input into that equation. All the choice for women, no choice for men. But the process for getting there involves making masculinity first, unfashionable, then immoral, and eventually illegal. Right now we’re at the bridge between immoral and illegal. The NYTimes, National Review and the rest of the MSM on the right and left, are all arguing for a continuation of the trend. Opposing it, are the Alt-Right, and Donald Trump.
A longer post is justified for this, and I’ll try very hard to get to it this evening. For now I think it should be enough to say that I think the Trump tape is a tempest in a teapot, and won’t change anyone’s minds.