Spanish Women Lose Their Mind Because Of MGTOW
Chris Whalen CPA
‘Manosphere’: Where men who hate women come together for support
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This video isn't brought to you by any donation because I didn't get any. If you want to request a topic you can do so at the Paypal or subscribestar links found in the description. I thought I'd take a chance and cover an article called Manosphere: Where men who hate women come together for support by PATRICIA GOSÁLVEZ and here's what parts of her article have to say and I quote: In the jungle of the manosphere, there are different subcultures: MRAs, MTGOW, incels... This caste system is explained endlessly on websites and forums with the meticulous detail of someone describing a Tolkien universe or a deck of Pokémon. There are the “men’s rights activists” (MRA). Their causes are mistreated men, especially in terms of parental custody, and they want to change the laws. Then there are the pick-up artists), who have “professionalized” their activity, converting it into a business. Ther are also anti-feminist women, who have “high symbolic value.” Then there are the MGTOWs, or men going their own way, whose misogyny has no monetary or social relevance. They do not want to transform anything, but live on the sidelines: they are done with relationships, and their rhetoric is more cynical. “In Spain, there are very few of them, but they are still more numero Ultimately, the men of all these subcultures are united by the feeling of being “victims of the discrimination that living in a society they consider gynocentric means. They are seeking a group identity, their search is not so much for information as for consolation.”" The manosphere is an internet universe of online forums, websites, blogs, YouTube channels and social media profiles marked by the defense of a masculinity that is loaded with misogyny, where users feel threatened by the system, women and, above all, feminism. “Parallel to the arrival of feminism in institutions, there has been an anti-feminist retreat that considers itself countercultural,” says Elisa García-Mingo, a sociologist from Spain who spent a year between February 2021 and 2022 diving into online spaces. She and fellow researcher Silvia Díaz Fernández shared their findings in a report called Young people in the manosphere: Influence of digital misogyny on their perception of sexual violence. García-Mingo says hat authorities are closely monitoring the radicalization of what they describe as “incel terrorism.” What worries her the most, she says, is “how easily and subtly kids come across this content and how they internalize it, turning it into something emotional that you can no longer refute with arguments or data.” For example: a boy who starts dating girls and Googles “flirt” will soon fall into a spiral of hostile, misogynistic and even self-destructive content.
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