American Thinker, the right-wing blog that just published George Zimmerman’s attack on Trayvon Martin’s family, published a blog post by Christopher Chantrill arguing that women have ruined the public square with their “Culture of Complaint,” which has brought about such things as impeachment and dislike of Trump’s tweets.
Chantrill, who has written hundreds of blogs for American Thinker with headlines such as “Do Women Want to be Responsible Individuals?”, upholds what he calls men’s “Culture of Insult” in which “men now prove their bravery by the brilliance of their ideas and their devastating repartee.”
“In my view, this adaptation is an astonishing and remarkable achievement of human culture,” he claims.
Chantrill goes on to describe women’s so-called “Culture of Complaint.”
“In other words, women don’t confront someone that has insulted them. No,” Chantrill writes. “They complain about it to a third person, as in ‘I can’t believe President Trump tweeted that.’ And the complaint ripples through the ‘hive mind’ of the community of women, and sooner or later the culprit is named, shamed, and shunned. Or, as we now say, ‘impeached.’”
“Do you see what I am saying?” he continues. “I am saying that the whole cancel culture, from ‘he’s a racist’ to ‘he hurt my feelings’ is a girl thing. It issues from the fact that woman’s honor derives from her reputation for chastity, for being a good little girl, for always doing what teacher says.”
Just don’t call him sexist. It’s “Not just girls, but Pajama Boys too,” Chantrill claims. “So don’t call me a sexist, you sexists.”