This guest article was cobbled together from bits and pieces I found on PJ Media, authored by a brother calling himself Steve Gregg. Go here to show him some love. My comments inline and italicized.
If you work in any company with an HR department, white men are the enemy. If you’re smart, you will minimize your engagement with young women to protect yourself from false accusations of harassment from malicious, dishonest, stupid, or just plain crazy women. If a woman harasses you, you can not report it because you will be the one punished.
Of course white men are the enemy… because white men are a subset of #yesallmen, and the past few decades have proven that feminists do, in fact, hate all men.
If you are in a female majority office, you should move to a male majority office. Your prospects will be diminished by women, who select their girlfriends for promotions and training. Women in the majority feel emboldened to make gratuitous harassment complaints. There is an unconscious drive among women to drive out men they find unattractive. If your manager is surrounded by a coterie of her girlfriends all the time, particularly at lunch, you, as a man, have no future there.
If you have been falsely accused at work, you should find another job and leave, documenting the reason why in detail when you leave. It won’t get better for you. Once you have been accused once, you’re more likely to be accused a second time and be fired. Remember to document everything. You can buy a recording device that fits in your shirt pocket for $30. That won’t save your job but it can help you in an EOC lawsuit after you are wrongly fired.
A cheap ipod touch can sit in your shirt pocket, camera forward, attracting little attention, recording a/v of everything in front of you. Google photos can sync the a/v to the cloud almost on the fly. This is what I use.
Of course, you should consult with an attorney about wiretap laws, but even if it’s illegal, it’s probably easier to face a misdemeanor recording charge than to have a bogus sexual harassment lawsuit or false rape charge.
All of that is a losing effort, of course. The EOC is set up to defend women fired by sexist companies, not men fired by sexist women.
Defeatism does not become you. The reason companies are not frightened by men is because those same companies rarely face any direct comeuppance by the schlubs they unjustly fire. Take them to court, put them in the media, and watch them squirm.
Your best defense is to hire into a technical company that requires STEM degrees. That excludes most young women. If you must work in an office with a lot of young women, be professional and polite with them, but do not engage them in personal chitchat. Anything you say can be turned into a harassment complaint and once you are accused, you are guilty. Women are more likely to file complaints against guys who are friendly to them and less likely to complain about guys who remain aloof from them and slightly disdainful.
You should only hire into a technical company that requires STEM degrees if you are really interested in that field. Not having a parasitic wife entails a much greater degree of freedom than your father had, and there’s no reason to be a striver, working subhuman conditions alongside H1B slaves, unless that lifestyle interests you.
It’s just as well to be a barista at Starbucks, open a small business, or be a lawyer with an online storefront. Wherever you go, the defense is the same. Treat wimminz as your enemies. Never give them an ounce of attention that you aren’t being paid to give. Let it be known, subtly but certainly, that if someone fucks with you –man or wimminz– you will spend the rest of your life getting revenge.
Never go into a conference room alone with a young woman, ever. Never meet a young woman alone for any reason on a business trip. Try to channel your communication with women into email, where it is documented, or meetings, where it is witnessed. Anytime you meet with young women alone, you are courting a bogus harassment complaint for which you have no defense.
Good advice, but I’d not channel communication with women at all. Just don’t have anything to do with them socially, and don’t communicate outside of the bare minimum.
The profile for women who file a bogus complaint is that they are usually single women between 25 and 35, girly girls, and neurotic. They have made one or more complaints against men previously. They may keep a spreadsheet of every man they feel has offended them. Avoid them like lepers.
Bullshit and terrible advice. Any wimminz will file bogus complaints, regardless of age or status, the minute it benefits the ho’. Simply don’t talk to any of the wimminz you work with, problem solved.
Women age out of this belligerent phase of their lives. Once a woman gets married, has a couple babies, and turns 40, they become safe to work with. Generally, grandmas in sensible shoes and bad hair are far more safe to work with than single, young girls in heels.
This is total nonsense. There are countless sexual harassment claims being made by old grannies right now, who feel free to peddle bullshit in order to back up their claims of being formerly desirable. Simply don’t indulge in personal banter or casual chit-chat with any woman, while on the clock.
The office isn’t a nightclub anyway. You’re being paid to do work. Why would you try to game wimminz at the office, of any age? Who needs the headache?
Once, when I worked in Dallas, a young woman named Laura called me and said I needed to call a meeting. OK, Laura, what about? Laura said, you just need to call a meeting. OK, Laura, what’s the agenda? Laura said, well, you just need to call a meeting. So, I tell Laura, I’m not going to call a meeting if I have nothing to say. Then, she starts screaming at me on the phone because women are free to abuse men as much as they please in the office. Managers won’t discipline them, only placate them.
A couple days later, my boss’s boss calls me in his office and tells me Laura has complained that I won’t work with her. So, I tell him she wants me to call a meeting where the agenda appears to be why are we calling this meeting. So, my boss says Laura also accuses me of stalking her. Do you believe that, I say. Well, I don’t know, he says. I reply, you mean she can just lie and win. He looks me in the eye and says, yes.
That kind of bogus complaint has happened about ten times in my thirty years of work and prompts me to avoid young women. Most men have similar stories. From what I see, about a third of women’s harassment claims are legitimate, a third ambiguous, and a third phony. That is roughly supported by an Air Force study which found about a quarter legitimate, about 3/8 ambiguous, and the rest bogus.
You’re an idiot who didn’t learn from his own mistakes. Why would you have a double-digit history of harassment claims? The first time it happened, should have been enough to convince you that flirting or bantering with wimminz on the clock is a terrible idea.
But the best proof that harassment policy is profoundly biased is that I have never seen nor heard of a woman disciplined nor fired for harassment, only men. Please tell me how many of those women you found guilty of a false accusation were fired?
The answer to that question is, of course, some number close to zero.
That’s the problem. Women suffer no adverse consequence from making false accusations. I know of one women manager who was known for filing accusations against men, getting two fired, who was finally dismissed from a government office because of her “problems with men,” suffered no harm. Her contracting agency put her to work in their headquarters.
I have no problem believing this.
I think there are plenty of experienced men who avoid young women in the office because I’ve read or heard their stories. And, really, at every office I’ve ever been where a group of guys has gathered to talk, the conversation changes when a woman joins the group. There is a widespread wariness of young women in the working world.
I’ll give you another example. I used to take photos at office parties, but every other time, some woman would wildly object to a photo taken of her. In one case, the young woman shouted and threatened me in front of the entire office. When I asked my lead how I could report it to my company, he accused me of being the real harasser and demanded I confess. That’s how it works in the real world.
This part is only believable if you had a proven history of being an intolerable asshole. That’s easier to believe than a conspiracy theory.
In an other case, a woman came up to my desk and began wildly screaming about a photo that showed her husband standing next to another woman. I offered to pull it from an album I was making but that was not enough. She came back the next day and did it all over again. She got all her friends to harass me. My boss called me in and chastised me for not getting along with the women. Again, that’s how it works in the real world. As a consequence, I stopped taking photos and going to office parties. I don’t need trouble.
Why did you photograph these filthy wimminz in the first place? I’m guessing that you were trying to be the “nice guy,” and that’s your problem. I hope you’re sincere in your claims that you’ve stopped that nonsense.
Don’t do nice things for wimminz, like take photos or try and make them look flattering in online albums. They’ll just resent you for it. Ignore them utterly.
Office parties are never much fun anyway. Show up at the office party alone or with a date, stay for about 15 minutes, mingle with the men you work with pleasantly, and then go have some fun. If you’re off the clock and on non-company property, and there’s a wimminz you don’t work with in attendance, then you might consider gaming that whore. Otherwise just get in, get out, and move on to much better pastures.
That said, these episodes did not happen at every office I worked at. They came in clumps at offices that hired a lot of twenty-something women and had female bosses who were eager to back any accusation of harassment their subordinates made.
There were offices where the women were normal and professional, but then disengaging from them gave them less opportunity to make complaints. My life at the office improved dramatically when I stopped chatting with the young girls and remained aloof.
I’m glad you finally learned to quit being an asslicking supplicant of the filthy wimminz you work with. I’m sure your life has, in fact, improved since you finally learned from the ten sexual harassment claims you’ve been subject of.
Here’s another example. A co-worker at my current office was looking for office supplies in HR, which he found in a drawer. He remarked to two nearby young HR women, “So THAT’s where the goodies are!” They accused him of making a lewd come on. Fortunately, his boss’ boss was there and saved him, otherwise he would be taken to an HR kangaroo court and be found guilty of being a man.
His mistake was to talk to those young girls. Every time you speak to a young girl in the office, you’re courting a bogus harassment complaint. The approved solution is to say nothing to them, to not even acknowledge they exist, and press on.
This is, for better and for worse, very good advice. Treat wimminz you work with as though they’re livestock or furniture. Wimminz respond much more favorably to men who treat them with the contempt that they deserve.