Jim Goad: Something’s Lousy at Dalhousie

It’s quite clear to anyone with a brain that Canadians speak ill of Americans due to their deep-rooted feelings of inferiority, inadequacy, and national humiliation at the hands of their much more popular and powerful big brother to the south. It’s beyond fun to mock Canadians, and it’s comically easy to send them into a defensive fury.

In an analysis of this silly-ass dentistry/misogyny scandal, Margaret Wente of The Globe and Mail summarizes the offensive comments that have grievously chafed the loins of female activists and their testosterone-sapped male enablers:

On their Facebook page, some of them joked about using chloroform on women. Someone asked the members to vote on which female student they’d rather have “hate” sex with. In one post, someone jokes that a penis is “the tool used to wean and convert lesbians and virgins into useful, productive members of society.” Another responds, “And by productive I’m assuming you mean it inspires them to become chefs, housekeepers, babysitters, etc.”

Pardon me for thinking that sounds kind of funny—and, more importantly, harmless.

…The whistleblowing dental student who snitched on his Facebook buddies to get the whole scandal rolling is one Ryan Millet, who himself is one of the 13 suspended students.

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  • Justin St.Denis

    Many years ago, my wife told me she had decided to stop attending any “hen parties”. We’d been married for about a decade at the time. I asked her why and she said she was tired of coming home from such events with information about friends’ husbands that she’d rather not know – penis size, lovemaking preferences, favorite position etc. I was shocked to learn women routinely share such info between and among themselves. I have NEVER heard any man/male friend speak about their wives in this way – NEVER. Respect for one’s spouse seems to be only practiced by one sex. Interesting, isn’t it?

    The double standards women today hold in many areas are blindingly obvious. This is just one of them.

    • Stronger Than Dirt

      Double standards are courtesy of privilege, please don’t repeat this truth – unless you desire a psychotic episode from a forked tongue undiversity marxist.

    • Uncle_Waspy

      Very true. In the lunchroom at the factory, the language was very salty and the dirty jokes flowed freely, but no guy ever talked about sexual relations with his wife. Verboten topic – that was universally understood.

      How stupid are these dental students anyway? Everyone with two firing synapses knows that 1) the Internet remembers everything forever….and 2) the content you do not want seen by certain parties will eventually be seen by them.

    • It’s not just sex stuff, either. What really gets me is the way a lot of women will say the most vicious things about family members (usually husbands). Obviously not all or most women, but bitter women with similar friends.

      I can’t picture any group of men regularly getting together to sympathize with Stan about what a loser bitch his wife Sheila is. And Stan won’t encourage his friends to make snidey remarks in Sheila’s direction when she’s there to hear them. The reversed-sexes scenario is not that rare.

  • Stronger Than Dirt

    Let’s check the narrative, yes the harpies are conveniently forgetting the other story and the events that lead up to it – punish all white Canadian males, courtesy of the ‘radical feminists and other cultural Marxists who agitated for the cancelling of the programme’

    http://www.ottawasun.com/2015/01/13/live-gee-gees-hockey-players-sue-school

    What the young Dalhousie males did was wrong – but should the life long implications of their punishment be so severe that their lives are now in jeopardy ? The answer is ‘no’ – if you’re sane.

    A little insight on the actual atmosphere on undiversity campuses for males;

    ‘Sarah Santhosh and a womanfriend, Anjana Rao, appear to fit that bill: they applied to start a student group–the Ryerson Association for Equality–at Ryerson University, a large career-oriented university in Toronto. In their application, they mentioned their group would reflect sensitivity to men’s — as well as women’s — issues.

    Response? The Ryerson Student Union’s Board of Directors immediately convened and passed a pre-emptive resolution that any group examining gender that was inclusive of “the concept of misandry” would be considered “negating the need to centre women’s voices in the struggle for gender equity”…and therefore prohibited from the campus.’

    http://www.avoiceformen.com/education/equity-without-equity-universities-love-hate-relationship-with-men/

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    Gotta watch yourself these days. So many people want ANY job, that new modes of exclusion have been created, dope tests, security background checks, college courses called “Intro to”. Craftily created have been ways to permanently degrade individual’s abilities to get decent jobs, unless you’re run thru a mill, like a blob of plastic blown into an empty plastic bottle. A lot of good minds are going to waste, just so the little goody-two shoes knob-gobblers get the jobs.

  • AlanUK

    Not “harmless” so much as pathetic and stupid. Maybe girls/women do grow up quicker than boys/men.
    I agree. I have never heard any talk about husband/wife relationships. Maybe I have mixed with more grown up men.