Infantilization of Women

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Woman's Disturbing Reaction to Man Calling Her out for Wrongdoing Shows an Infantilization of Society








No matter how you swing it, this woman’s childish behavior seems to be fueled by the example set forth by modern activists and university leftists. The dramatics she’s engaging in is being pushed on people, especially women, by activists and university professors.

It’s the idea that assuming a victim status and forcefully pushing it is okay and will get you your way. Sadly, many who engage in this behavior aren’t ever proven wrong. Even in the video above, the man is escorted away in order to give the screaming woman what she wants, reinforcing her belief that self-victimizing and throwing a tantrum about it works.

At the end of the day, self-victimization has the nasty side effect of infantilizing people. In order to see yourself as the victim, you have to take power and independence away from yourself. You must see yourself as something less than you actually are, and when you see yourself as that great of a victim, your only recourse is to rely on the power of strangers to deal with the problem in front of you. If that problem was created due to your own failure, then doing your best to take the blame off of yourself may come in the form of extreme reactions.
 

limblips

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Clearly a product of the "Nobody Loses" school of child rearing. Her parents should be required to watch this the very first thing in the morning every single day for the rest of their lives.
 

NextJen

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There are lots of sick people out there and they walk among us.
I don’t understand why they didn’t take her cart and walk her to another register if she was so adament about getting away from that man. If that didn’t work, then out the store she goes, with a police escort if necessary.
 

Clem72

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I don't think that one mental case is indicative of women in general.

See, I didn't see the correlation to infantalizing specifically with the woman having the meltdown. As you say, it's just one case. The two other women that enabled her tantrum and acting like a child instead of shutting her down and then removed the man from the store are the clearer example that this behavior is becoming more acceptable in general.
 

OccamsRazor

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Path of least resistance. The man was simply more compliant and willing to help with the situation. Better to ask him to leave the situation than risk a legal issue with the nut case.
 

Clem72

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Path of least resistance. The man was simply more compliant and willing to help with the situation. Better to ask him to leave the situation than risk a legal issue with the nut case.
Which is just a longwinded way of saying her behavior was acceptable. She got what she wanted.

It's not better to ask a nice and composed customer to leave your store rather than a deranged individual making a scene.
 

vraiblonde

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Squeaky wheels always get the grease. We are a domesticated society and everyone except for me dislikes confrontation, so when it occurs they roll over and bare their yellow bellies to appease. The employees groveling to this nutter has nothing to do with her being a woman; it has to do with them not knowing how to deal with someone having a psychotic break. It's easier for them to infringe on the person who's NOT being belligerent.
 

Merlin99

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Squeaky wheels always get the grease. We are a domesticated society and everyone except for me dislikes confrontation, so when it occurs they roll over and bare their yellow bellies to appease. The employees groveling to this nutter has nothing to do with her being a woman; it has to do with them not knowing how to deal with someone having a psychotic break. It's easier for them to infringe on the person who's NOT being belligerent.
Plus it's illegal to just slap the crap out of them now.
 

OccamsRazor

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Clem72

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Path of least resistance. The man was simply more compliant and willing to help with the situation. Better to ask him to leave the situation than risk a legal issue with the nut case.

TBH I would rather risk the lawsuit from the nut case with no case, than the individual you just kicked out who may very well have a legal case for being denied service.
 

Hijinx

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They would not have had to ask me to leave.i would. have been gone. I don't stick around lunAtics
 
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