The following axiom strictly applies to the architects of change for the worse in modern society, “She, it, or he, only if “he” is not a middle class straight Caucasian, screams with the sustained decibel relentless Russian tri-star retro jumbo jet resounding engine firepower of KGB hijacked blueprints in reverse engineering the DC-10,” the rest of us are screwed.
After witnessing a vapid paroxysm of incessant whining composed of microaggressions as subtle as nails across a Time’s Square chalkboard, the majority once again loses to special interest groups, as sensitivity training is akin to creating bureaucracy, where the productive professionals and workers are simply ignored after the tax dollars are collected and precious brain cells are killed off as a result of the regressive insanity. The full assault on the classic concept of masculinity continues to rival the pure joy and sanguine atmosphere of a medieval torture chamber, and is indicative of just how far the extremist factions of the left continue to a westward journey towards codifying imagination land into common law and culture, in stripping the away the wonderful traits of humanity until all that remains is a gelatinous blob of nondescript and soulless politically correct tribe of asexual mutants.
Whether it is the bi-product of feminism, toxic reeducation, The View, horrendous policy or the Clinton Foundation, certain insidious forces are attempting to eliminate the word “man” from the collective vocabulary, and every positive connotation of the term, including provider, protector, and leader. The misandrists are concentrating the attack on the soft underbelly of society at college campuses and the advertising world in spreading an an ugly campaign of indoctrination, and the latest and most reckless offensive tactic comes at the hands of the paper industry, reports the BBC.
Apparently, a group of dissidents were so offended by tissue giant Kleenex in branding a product “Mansize”, that the parent company, Kimberly-Clark, opted to cave into the misguided and unreasonable pressure from the social network world, and promised to rename the product. While the paper thin resolve of the corporation should be duly noted in a pathetic response to the hive of maladjusted trolls, bots, and agenda driven algorithms of the digital realm, a strong argument can be made that the original product campaign certainly resonated with the majority of males, as tissues have the stigma of being a feminine product. There is nothing unethical in regards to a company attempting to increase its marketing reach by 50% and using a term that that is far from offensive as calling the sky blue. However, the disturbing precedent set by Kimberly-Clark in crumbling to the insane demands of the social network jungle, leaves the door wide open for the shaming of historically benign terms to continue in forwarding a repugnant agenda.
As the advertising world has fully deployed the concept of the “man cave” as an instrument in promoting marketing efforts, at one point will the metaphor for the sanctuary of a guy within his home or apartment be shouted down as an offensive rape zone where “no” means “yes”, and the control center for brooding and plans to assault women? Disconcertingly, the answer is “probably”.
The issue with the special interests in the Kleenex caper is a vast deliberate temporary misunderstanding of realities. In the case of the “Mansize” brand, the focus is on the differences in size between men and women. Males have bigger noses by volume than females, a fact backed up by verifiable research data, and require a bigger tissue to satisfy the constraints manifested by the physical world. What makes the online protests to the name of the product even sound even more silly and superficial, is the majority women prefer to have a smaller nose, based on the Barbara Streisand nasal quotient of attractiveness. She may be a wonderful vocalist, but not the quintessential representation of a classic beauty. Applying logic, the prominent iconic facial feature of Streisand would plausibly require a larger than average tissue in more efficiently managing the cold and flue season. Infusing psychotropic doublethink within the context of the debacle, the application of “Mansize” somehow demeans women and insinuates that men are more powerful creatures due to a prevalence of large honkers.
It’s amazing on how much time and energy is wasted on the trivial when there are real problems in the world. Thank you F***book and Twitter.
Read the BBC story here.