When Delusion Damage linked to a “hot chick says something smart video,” something occurred to me.
Despite how some may interpret my writings, in my persona life, I treat women far better than the average men treats women. I don’t flirt. I don’t hover. At the office, I am the most boring guy ever.
I have so many opportunities for sex that it doesn’t occur to me to objectify women at the office. Why get into a relationship with the interns when I can grab a phone number along with an iced coffee down the street?
Back to the video and its revelation: I shut the video off after 45 seconds.
Sure the girl was cute. But she wasn’t saying anything special. If a guy had read the same script, I’d have considered him pretentious. I’m not going to listen to ramblings because the rambler happens to be a cute girl.
Game has made me a true feminist. At work and in intellectual endeavors, I evaluate women by the same standards as I evaluate men. “Can she hang,” is all that matters to me.
I don’t care if my female co-workers are fat or have bad skin. Do you know how ugly the average man in my profession is? Ugly women are to be expected, too.
Feminists should therefore welcome game, as game prevents men from objectifying co-workers. Players can get sex from so many other places that we expect the women in our offices to work.