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If It's a Man's World Then Women Should Stay Out of It

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If I can just be incredibly politically incorrect for a moment, women need to stay out of men’s spaces.

Women and men are different. Despite what the mainstream culture would like to tell you, we’re not the same. What they also won’t tell you, but I will, is that this isn’t just okay, it’s great.

The problem is that today’s social justice-led mainstream culture believes that men are dangerous due to their naturally given superior strength. This causes all sorts of complaints from the hard-left about “toxic masculinity” and “patriarchal oppression.”

We’re reduced to mindless date rapists who work hard to keep women excluded from places they deserve to be.

The other problem is that the mainstream media would also have you believe that men and women aren’t different and that men are, for all intents and purposes, useless to society. According to them, everything men do can easily be done by a woman.

The truth is that women can indeed fight, or play football, or run track, but the truth is that women will never be as good at it as men. This isn’t some kind of misogynistic superiority talk. It’s just biology.

In 2012, The Atlantic took a look at records being set by men and women. Upon cursory glance, it would seem women were setting records and catching up to the men in various sports but as it turned out, for every record a woman set, a man beat it and consistently did so by around 10 percent.

The reason behind this is just the way our bodies are made up. Men have greater lung capacity allowing us to consume more oxygen and exert more power. Our muscles and bone structure are denser, making us capable of far more strength than women. We can run faster, jump higher, climb further, and fight harder than women can as a general rule.

Men are just built for more physicality than women are and when they’re put head to head, it often shows.

One of the most memorable and telling moments is when MMA fighter Tamikka Brents faced off against Fallon Fox. Fox is a transgendered person who identifies as a woman and when both climbed into the ring, Brents received one of the most savage beatings of her life.

“I’ve never felt so overpowered in my life,” said Brents. “I’ve fought a lot of women and have never felt the strength that I felt in a fight as I did that night. I can’t answer whether it’s because she was born a man or not, because I’m not a doctor. I can only say I’ve never felt so overpowered ever in my life, and I am an abnormally strong female.”

In 2018, Rachel McKinnon won UCI Masters Track Cycling World Championships. McKinnon is a man identifying as a woman and, upon being called out for his physical advantage, called his detractors transphobic but the woman who lost to him also spoke out.

Both Fox and McKinnon are men who competed in women’s sports and dominated with the use of their natural physique thanks to their actual biological sex.

What happens when women enter into men’s sports? Sarah Fuller demonstrated that during the kickoff of the second half of the Vanderbilt game.

They called it a “squib kick,” but that’s likely an excuse for the poor performance. They needed this to be a historic moment, but Fuller was clearly not doing what men typically do, even on a bad day, and so excuses were made.

But even if we’re looking at things off the field where physical differences don’t play a role, men and women are still vastly different. Women are more emotionally influenced thinkers due to larger limbic systems while men tend to be more logical. Men also think more abstractly than women do while women tend to remember more due to more hippocampus activity.

All of these things and more tend to create different perceptions in reality and thus, we handle things differently. A room full of men will handle a task far differently than a room full of women. Communication will look vastly different, which means so will their leisure or hobbies.

Men form clubs, teams, and more than succeed because they are solely made up of men. Introducing a woman alters the dynamic far more than our mainstream society is willing to admit. Nowadays, if a woman manages to force her way into a group, men must alter their behavior in order to make sure the woman feels safe and unoffended. Should they fail to do so, the group is labeled as sexist and backward.

But they aren’t. Men are just being men and there’s nothing wrong with the way men act around one another.

The truth is, women should stay out of men’s spaces. Any attempt at trying to make it seem “historic” that a woman is intruding is just historically highlighting that it was a mistake to begin with. Any intrusion into a club or team is just that, an intrusion, and one that won’t end well for anyone but the activist groups and media outlets looking to make a buck of a situation.

Men and women are different and we need to treat them that way.