If you don’t think women are explosive, try dropping one.–Gerald F. Lieberman (1923–1986), U.S. freelance writer
Men who interact with women may find themselves tasked with defending themselves against charges from too long ago to properly evaluate. As long as “Beleeeve Da Woman” is the mantra of the day, men, and people who want to protect their men, are starting to look at strategies for warding off harm.
Megan Fox at Pajamas Media has some tips on this very topic.
A long time ago the worst you had to worry about was a girl trapping your son by getting pregnant. Now it’s much worse. Here are a few ideas with which to move forward in this terrifying #MeToo era.
1. Take him to church and make sure the lessons stick
Make sure your son knows how to treat others, what his moral obligations to himself and his family are, and to follow God’s laws in regards to dating and marriage. Try to impart the importance of saving sex for marriage. What can happen to him if he fails to do that (poverty, child support, disease, death, false rape charge) isn’t worth it.
2. Train him to document any unusual circumstance
If something happens to your son at school or elsewhere involving a girl that might be misconstrued or even if he just feels uncomfortable with it, teach him to email it to himself with details, dates, and witnesses. These emails are admissible in court. It will also solve the problem of not being able to remember details years later if accused.
3. Teach your son to assume he will one day have a position of high importance and encourage him to live accordingly
This is the Mike Pence school of behavior that will serve him well. Do not be alone with a woman who is not your wife if you are married. If you are not married, then try to have witnesses when dealing with women. Double-dating may soon be the only smart thing for a man to do when looking for a mate to protect himself from dangerous women who would like to hurt him. Teach him that anything he might say or do today could affect him and cost him a job 30 years from now. Show him what’s happening to Brett Kavanaugh. Teach him to choose his friends wisely, to stay sober, and to stay away from shenanigans that could come back and haunt him.
4. Don’t trust women
Sorry to say it, but my sex offends and horrifies me. Between Stormy Daniels and Ford, women are a disgrace. Contrary to the saccharine platitude that “women don’t lie,” women lie all the time. They lie like crazy. The younger they are, the more they lie and scheme. It’s probably the rage of hormones and insecurity that contribute to it, but most women lie and scheme. Teach your sons to search out morally upstanding girls and to avoid drama queens. The religious ones are usually better. Stay very far away from party girls and girls who use drugs or drink underage. Those girls are momentarily fun, but ultimately trouble. Teach him to stay away from those girls.
Even if a man does all these things there’s no guarantee some lying hussy won’t try to screw up his life over a romantic poem, but it should help to give him evidence with which to fight back.
Rule 4, and the “Mike Pence” section of Rule 3 may cause some howls of outrage. Women will not be invited to one-on-one meetings with male co-workers or supervisors. Any job that requires a team of two people will not have mixed sexes, or at the very least, men will have the absolute right to demand a male partner on the team.
Women will be presumed untrustworthy until proved otherwise over a very long period of time.
This will reduce the opportunities for work and advancement in professional life. It will hurt the majority of women who would never commit lawfare against a male. But those women, by not objecting to their sisters’ abuse of power, will have brought this on themselves.