I work in an office environment, and oddly enough there are no women working here.
This has nothing to do with discrimination to women, more so to the fact that it is a small business outside the city.
This is also a technology job (oh I can hear the radfems harping already, no I’m not a creepy nerdy loser who can’t get laid. On the contrary I get laid often, and I’m a geek whom dresses as an old school punk).
ANYHOW getting back to my point; I work in such an environment that most office career based MRA’s would be envious of.
Here is where the oddity of my work environment occurs, and really I only have the last thirty to forty years to blame for this quirk…
Every single one of my co-workers actively censors themselves. Yeah we’re guys we joke around, we do our work, and overall the office environment is positive.
However when dirty jokes come up they are always cleaned up, I see their mental frustration when they are working on the right way to be PC about ANY social topic, and I am concerned many of these men are on a short leash.
Well I know the big boss is for sure, he’s got a wife & three kids. I can only imagine what kind of home life that is like. Obviously I’m speaking from the outsider view of a Zeta male, but nonetheless reality has taught me more often than not I’m right in my assumptions.
One conversation I can recall (which was on my first day), was that my other boss was telling me a story about how a client had a photo of a woman’s naked butt as their computer desktop.
His exact words were “I login to the client’s unit and there was a woman’s butt, which was nice but that’s irregardless…”, the conversation went on from there.
On my first day I reiterated to what he had just told me with the phrase “oh nice bit of random ass”.
I said it without flinching, and without a care. I’ve always been that way, and quite frankly I don’t consider ass to be an offensive term. Profanity is really just an extension of vocabulary; it is like an action phrase when nothing else will suffice.
My boss did not blink, didn’t flinch, but oh did he have a glint in his eye. Why? Because I had said exactly what he had wanted to say himself. However it was clear that growing up in our culture, he was raised to censor himself ESPECIALLY when speaking of women, or their anatomy.
While they are not completely uncensored, they have lightened up a bit around me. However for the most part, they still very much conduct themselves out of fear. Fear of some imagined reproach to comments about women, when none are around.
Which to me is both sad and utterly ridiculous, considering I have not once heard them say anything derogatory about women.
These are a good group of guys, they just need to be weaned off the blue pill kool-aid.