You may have caught our piece a few weeks back concerning the Nymphs and Satyrs web guy the ENISes are using. He’s someone we think it is prudent to keep a watchful eye on, and he has fleshed out his own site full of content to gawk at. It’s entirely predictable that the ENISes are aligned with his “traditional roles and machismo, the men have the balls and they shall rule the world” agenda. Did we mention that we are acquainted, so this isn’t just supposition? We have had the displeasure of direct exposure to this.
Today the ENISes are sharing Gordo’s personal content because it flatters them. Sort of. They think so, anyway. They actually look pretty insane, per usual, with the continued rambling about the pronouns and whatnot, but when a guy who self-applies the term “gordo” shows them the love (Sir, this is an Arby’s; take your horsey sauce and kindly trot away) they get all amped up and forget to look around and see what exactly it means to be endorsed by a person like this…and that is because this is what they are like, too.
Here’s an excerpt from the above piece:
Some people in the County say that the ENI slate wants to return FCPS to the days when LGBTQ students were harassed and threatened. From what I saw in school, I’m not sure those days ever existed. When I was at Walkersville Middle in the late 1970s, one of my male classmates wore pom-poms on his skates at its skating parties, and while he was pretty darn swishy, nobody much cared. Later, when I was at WHS, there was an upperclassman whose classmates all knew was gay, but none of them cared. He was accepted as one of the gang.
What? This sounds bananas, and we all know that back when people who are now in their late fifties were in school that there was almost no such thing as an out and accepted gay person. This is 100% clear from the fact that the paragraph above is actually him stereotyping people he perceived as different, and calling a person “swishy” is approaching inventing a new slur.
Also, does having attended Walkersville schools 40ish years ago mean anything with regard to what is going on there today? We know some LGBTQ kiddoes who attend there, and no offense intended to Walkersville, but it is not their personal experience that it’s universally an accepting climate. Maybe if he got off his computer…anyway, you get the drift.
Alas, this is hardly the most abhorrent stuff on that website. In addition to being an expert in none of the things he is writing about, such as “ADHD Doesn’t Exist,” or “Our Misplaced Faith in Pharma,” he waxes poetic about traditional gender roles. This is some mind-blowingly reactionary garbage. And what is really important about all of this is that all of these terrible people who manage to find each other and congeal their like minds into this ENIS movement…this is what they are like. Gross and weird.
In “Traditional Gender Roles are Hot” he talks about hetero couples as the “Breeders.” We are so sorry to continue here, because after you read this you will want to cleanse yourself with hand sanitizer, inside and out:
These days, to see traditional gender roles in full effect, you usually have to venture outside mainstream American culture as defined by the PMC (NB: this is shorthand for professional/managerial class), and take a look at the people it considers deviant: “macho” Latinos, committed Christians, and the kinky. It’s among these people that gender differences are most often acknowledged and celebrated.
In all of these subcultures, couples adhere to traditional gender roles, with the man leading on and off the dance floor, and the woman willingly following his lead. These roles are now catching on in the broader culture, in their more pronounced Dominant/submissive form. Why? Because they’re hot. There’s a reason that over 100 million copies of Fifty Shades of Grey have been sold, which one Frederick woman described this way:
“It wasn’t until I experienced a relationship that encouraged traditional gender roles that I truly found my place and myself. It was so freeing to be able to be feminine in the way I acted, and in the way I presented myself. And if I slipped up, I was lovingly reminded to be my true self—with a warmed up bottom, which always led to a hot time in bed.”
Look, we all know he doesn’t have an elusive girlfriend who no one in Frederick knows because she lives in Canada. He wrote that himself, yes? Also, he deigns to speak for people he has no credibility speaking for, and the words he puts into their mouths don’t really ring true. Just to take a glance at one example: It’s probably going to come as a shock that not all people’s kink is male dominant. Moving along; let’s not delve too deep into that topic in our local mommy blog. It’s terribly sad how trapped he is in his own limited worldview. This incel fantasy goes on in an incredibly insulting and presumptuous manner:
What do super-traditional roles look like? If you see a man in a restaurant ordering for his date while talking with her about her job, or see a woman at a party discussing politics while her man rests a possessive hand on her fanny, you’re getting the picture. More than likely, both couples will have a great time when they get home.
One of the things that is so unnerving about all the ENIses is that they give us the impression they are always thinking about other people’s bedroom lives. Normal people do not spend time thinking about random acquaintances sexual preferences and what they will do when they get home, or their acquaintances’ genitals, or their acquaintances’ kids’ genitals. It’s nasty. It’s creepy. It’s deviant.
One of the things society could stand to work on is a general failure to discuss that there is such a thing as healthy and respectful masculinity. It has allowed bad faith arguments pretending that when people discuss toxic masculinity that people are maligning all masculinity, but let’s keep in mind that “toxic” is an adjective that modifies “masculinity,” which is actually a completely neutral term and neither a criticism nor an exalted state of being. There is no magic about “balls dropping” making men into more competent authorities. Masculinity is just a basic noun. And let’s call that writing what it is. Unhealthy, abusive, toxic masculinity.
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Shouldn’t their name be PUBLIC Education Not Indoctrination Slate?