In the alt-right, all the men are white and all the women are black.

It explains a great deal, once you think about it. I’ll let you think about it and throw some mashed potatoes in this essentially open thread.

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11 thoughts on “In the alt-right, all the men are white and all the women are black.

    • One example is the way they tend to whine about how women are unqualified for any work outside the home ever, using examples that are extremely frequently stereotypical black women names and behaviors. When they generalize about women’s behavior, they specifically use examples that are not very white overall.

      It’s not that the alt-right never has bad things to say about white women, it’s that much of their beefing about the evils of feminism or sex-based affirmative action doesn’t use them as examples.

      There’s also the endless “women love thugs!!!!” A few celebrity black women have said they like that type of man, and since we know the alt-right bases their entire worldview on tv, well, what a couple of ditzy women said turns into “all successful career women like thugs!”

      Most chick commentary they make is pegged more to the various social strata among black women as represented in media than the equivalents for white women.

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      • “When they generalize about women’s behavior, they specifically use examples that are not very white overall.”

        Scented candles!

        “There’s also the endless “women love thugs!!!!” A few celebrity black women have said they like that type of man, and since we know the alt-right bases their entire worldview on tv, well, what a couple of ditzy women said turns into “all successful career women like thugs!””

        Check!

        “Most chick commentary they make is pegged more to the various social strata among black women as represented in media than the equivalents for white women.”

        Right.

        However, married mom career women probably aren’t very prominent in the media they consume.

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  1. I think weight is another example.

    It’s pretty obvious when hanging out in public that there are both fat guys and fat little boys as well as fat women and fat little girls and that this correlates pretty well with socioeconomics (especially for the young)–but in the manosphere, there are only fat women and girls.

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  2. The emotional expressiveness and degree of public criticism of husbands described as typical of women is also very unwhite–especially up North.

    Even in the South (at least in my upper middle class social pool), you need to get a couple glasses of wine into a white woman before she’ll tell you what’s eating her up about her husband, if you aren’t really close. In general, middle class white women observe the wifely code of omerta. Hence the tendency of divorces to happen with everybody surprised, because they seemed like such a nice couple…

    “I don’t need no man” is also very unwhite. I have never heard a white woman utter those words, although maybe I would if I knew more poor folk and single mothers.

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      • “Well it’s specifically something that is more media than something normal black women, even single mom ones, say.”

        I have to add that there is exactly one poor (but extremely respectable) single black mother of one in my school social circle, and I have more than once heard her say that she would like to get married and have another baby.

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      • Heck, I think my petroleum industry acquaintances posted this with an image caption more than anyone else.

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  3. A lot of the alt-right– namely pro-marry-a-non-Western-woman– are the biggest supporters of marrying a white woman. From what I’ve read, a lot of those guys don’t bat an eye when it comes to black women, and most of them would have issues because of natural black women’s hair because it’s not “long” (rolls eyes). Yup I went there, but I think it’s true.

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