Jordan Peterson: 99% of Women Will Never Accept Why This Repulses Men?
This is not a news, a review, a theoretical piece, a practical guide, or a case study. It is an interview with psychologist Jordan Peterson.
The article discusses social media polarization and the problematic behavior of some women, including female bullying, reputation destruction, and innuendo and gossip. Peterson argues that women need to differentiate between male authority and competence and male tyrannical power. He also suggests that it is sane women who should stand up against their crazy sisters and stop bringing disgrace on their gender.
Main topics: social media polarization, problematic female behavior, male authority, and competence vs. tyrannical power, sane vs. crazy women.
Secondary topics: female bullying, reputation destruction, innuendo and gossip, personality disorders, free speech, and gender roles.
- Introduction: The difficulty men face with out of control women: Society's control over men and women
- Female bullying and aggression towards women and men
- The use of innuendo and gossip as a form of aggression in women
- Clinical literature on antisocial behavior and different expressions of aggression in men and women
- Polarization caused by social media and technological shifts in media consumption
- Success through provocative statements vs keeping one's temper
- Psychometric perspective on political correctness and predictors of adherence
- Difficulty in standing up to crazy women, and the forbidden use of physicality in discourse with women
- The need for sane women to stand up against their crazy sisters
- Conclusion: The challenges in addressing female aggression and bullying
Why Men Have Difficulty with Women
Jordan Peterson, a psychologist and scientist, believes that both men and women are controlled by society. However, women who themselves control other women make it difficult for men to cope with those who act towards them in a bullying and detestable manner. Female bullying usually takes the form of reputation destruction, innuendo, and gossip while men resort to outright physical aggression. Therefore, women manifest aggression towards themselves and others through other channels as they do not use lethal or physical force the same way men do. Peterson cites the clinical literature for his opinions and thinks that both men and women are capable of good and evil.
Polarization of Society through Social Media
Peterson recognizes the disruptive effects of social media and technological shifts in media and mass media consumption that have led to a polarization in society. While he argues for trade-offs between men and women, he believes that the loose aggregation of beliefs clumped together statistically as politically correct creed needs to be differentiated to prevent a view of masculinity that characterizes women with personality disorders. Women, whose relationships with men have been pathologized, cannot distinguish between male authority and competence and male tyrannical power, making it difficult for men to control crazy women.
Sane Women Need to Stand Up Against Crazy Sisters
Peterson thinks that it is not men but sane women who must stand up against their crazy sisters and say enough man-hating, pathology, and bringing disgrace on the gender. However, most sane women are busy with their career and family and hence do not have the time or interest to pursue their crazy Harpy sisters. While men can stand up against other men who unfairly trespass against them, no such step forward exists for women. They must find a way to control female aggression and bullying, which takes different channels.
The article provides insights into the manifestation of aggression in women through innuendo, gossip, and reputation destruction. This information can influence areas of knowledge such as psychology, sociology, and gender studies. It can also impact individuals' personal lives as they seek to understand and cope with aggressive behavior from women. However, the article primarily focuses on one perspective and does not provide a comprehensive view of the topic. Other areas of knowledge such as cultural studies, anthropology, and history can complement this information by providing a broader context and understanding of how social norms, power structures, and historical events shape gender relations and aggression. The author of the article miss the opportunity to delve deeper into the underlying causes of female aggression and provide examples of how healthy communication and conflict resolution can help reduce it. Furthermore, the article's assertion that men cannot control crazy women and the use of offensive language towards women perpetuate harmful gender stereotypes and should be paid attention to.
Question 1: What is the female expression of aggression, according to the article?
Women express aggression through innuendo, gossip, and reputation destruction, as opposed to physical aggression which is more common in men.
"Women manifest aggression towards themselves and to others, but they don't use lethal force, they don't use physical force the same way men do, so they have to do it some other way to do something, some other way of war against..."
Question 2: How does female bullying typically take shape?
Female bullying takes the shape of reputation destruction, innuendo, and gossip, according to the article.
"Female bullying can be unbelievably vicious and usually takes the shape of reputation destruction, innuendo, and gossip. It's well documented and very difficult to defend..."
Question 3: Who should stand up against women who are out of control, according to the article?
Sane women should stand up against their crazy sisters and say "enough of that, enough man-hating, enough pathology, enough bringing disgrace on us as a gender," according to the article.
"It seems to me that it isn't men that have to stand up and say enough of this, even though that is what they should do, it seems to me that it's sane women who have to stand up against their crazy sisters and say look enough of that, enough man-hating, enough pathology, enough bringing disgrace on us as a gender..."
Question 4: What was the incident that propelled the author to success in the UK, according to the article?
The incident that propelled the author to success in the UK was his interview with Kathy Newman, in which he refused to say anything provocative under substantial duress.
"In terms of public recognition in the UK, was my interview with Kathy Newman, and the reason that propelled me to success wasn't because I said something provocative, but because I refused under substantial duress to say anything provocative..."
Understanding Female Aggression
- a. Men
- b. Women
- c. Both men and women equally
- d. Adolescent males Answer: b. Women
- a. Physical aggression is forbidden in their culture
- b. They lack physical strength
- c. They have a different way of expressing aggression
- d. They prefer mental and emotional power over physical power Answer: c. They have a different way of expressing aggression
- a. Men
- b. People in society
- c. Sane women
- d. No one, the behavior should be allowed Answer: c. Sane women
Question 1: Who is likely to express aggression through innuendo, gossip and reputation destruction?
Question 2: What is one of the reasons women use non-physical forms of aggression?
Question 3: According to the speaker, who should stand up against the behavior of crazy women?
Gender Dynamics in Society
- a. Men lack the physical strength to control them
- b. There are no defined boundaries for resistance against women
- c. Women are unresponsive to male authority and competence
- d. Women cannot distinguish between men who are good and men who are oppressive Answer: b. There are no defined boundaries for resistance against women
- a. He should talk it out
- b. He should argue and push
- c. He should use physical force
- d. All of the above Answer: d. All of the above
- a. Men
- b. Sane women
- c. Society as a whole
- d. Nobody, the behavior should be allowed Answer: b. Sane women
Question 1: According to the speaker, what is the problem with men controlling crazy women?
Question 2: What is the speaker's opinion on standing up to a man who is unfairly trespassing against him?
Question 3: Who does the speaker believe should take action against crazy, man-hating women?
The Effects of Social Media and Mass Media Consumption
- a. It could lead to people becoming more polarized
- b. It could increase understanding between people of different backgrounds
- c. It has no effect on society as a whole
- d. It could lead to a decrease in understanding Answer: a. It could lead to people becoming more polarized
- a. By saying provocative things
- b. By refusing to say provocative things under stress
- c. By being highly successful within his field
- d. None of the above Answer: b. By refusing to say provocative things under stress
- a. Men lack the physical strength to do so
- b. There are no defined boundaries for resistance against women
- c. Women cannot distinguish between male authority and male tyranny
- d. Men are hesitant to do so because of fear of backlash Answer: b. There are no defined boundaries for resistance against women
Question 1: What is the speaker's argument about the potential effect of social media and mass media consumption?
Question 2: How does the speaker believe he became popular?
Question 3: According to the speaker, what is the problem with men standing up to crazy women?
- Understand that not all men are the same and avoid making assumptions based on gender. This can be applied in everyday life by treating individuals as individuals rather than stereotyping them based on gender.
- Stand up against bullying and detestable behavior, regardless of whether it comes from men or women. This can be applied in daily life by speaking out against bullying and standing up for what is right.
- Realize that both nature and culture have positive and negative aspects. This can be applied in daily life by recognizing that there are both good and bad aspects to the world and working to improve the negative aspects.
- Educate oneself on different perspectives and viewpoints, even if they challenge one's own beliefs. This can be applied in daily life by seeking out diverse opinions and engaging in respectful discourse with those who have different viewpoints.
- Do not resort to physical violence or threats of physical violence in any situation. This can be applied in daily life by finding alternative ways to deal with conflict, such as through respectful communication and seeking compromise.
- Encourage and support sane women to stand up against those who bring disgrace to the gender. This can be applied in daily life by actively supporting women who promote positive behaviors and calling out those who behave negatively.