- Annmarie Throckmorton, M.A.
Calling A Clown A Clown
“...destruction of society...and a lot of it needs to be laid at the feet of women...” touts smug self-proclaimed philosopher Stefan Molyneux.
In his bold and aggressive manner, Stefan Molyneux harangues the online public with the faults that he finds in women. And he find much fault with women, he finds seemingly endless fault with women. Is he self-projecting?* His harassment simply continues that which women have endured throughout recorded history, he adds nothing new. Men have been in position to fault women with impunity since the dawn of time. In many other regards he seems to be a fine, even excellent philosopher, although there are online complaints that his encouragement of the MGTOW movement (Men Going Their Own Way), encourages adult children to forsake their parents, and to pay to Stephan Molyneux the dues some feel are due to their family.
Stephan Molyneux, with a master’s degree in history from the University of Toronto, self-presents himself as the only philosopher with his level of visibility online, and rightfully so. What is so terribly wrong is that his ubiquitous and articulate presence magnifies his crass comments and blaming of women, and he repeatedly touches the world with his taint of distaste for women. Ewww.
Stephan Molyneux does not seem to realize that when he insults and blames “women” he is denigrating over half of humanity, a sexist harassment of epic magnitude. The irony is that Stephan Molyneux himself has been reborn as a woman in his daughter. Karma.
I hereby call out Stephan Molyneux for the sexist clown that he is, he and his lack of due respect for women.
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* "Psychological projection is a theory in psychology in which the human ego defends itself against unconscious impulses or qualities by denying their existence in themselves while attributing them to others. For example, a person who is habitually rude may constantly accuse other people of being rude. It incorporates blame shifting." Source: Wikipedia.com
Caption: Does Stefan Molyneux impute to women what he fears in himself?
screencapture from Youtube.com augmented by Annmarie Throckmorton 2018
Caption: Molyneux has a lot to say about women but none of it seems good. Ewww
screencapture from Youtube.com10-28-18