I Feel Kinda Bad for the Men in Scotland

Because there aren’t any problems in Scotland, the Scottish government decided to fight misogyny.

The Scottish Daily Express reports:

New laws being proposed in Scotland could lead men to be jailed for up to seven years if they discuss their sex lives/conquests with their friends loudly in a public place.

Imagine, you cannot discuss your sex life with your friend. So I cannot tell a friend about my hook ups with women because it might make the ladies uncomfortable. This ban is a part of a package of laws targeting misogyny.

They would target only males, with females not being put under the same scrutiny. It is claimed that laddish behaviour stops women from “fully participating in society”.

You see, all this rampant misogyny is stopping women from becoming garbage collectors, oil rig workers, coal miners (in the good sense), working long shifts in the factories, electricians, plumbers, truck drivers.

A new offence, called “misogynistic behaviour,” would mean that an offender would not have to directly address the opposition sex to be found guilty.


Views are being sought by the Scottish Government on what sanctions should be handed out to those guilty of offences like this, with the maximum punishment being proposed being seven years imprisonment.

You are looking at 7 years in the slammer if you step out of the line…

Criminal offences would be triggered in cases “where the perpetrator perceives their victim to be a woman, irrespective as to the victim’s sex or gender”.


Another proposed new crime would be “misogynistic harassment” which would make it illegal for a man to shout sexually abusive remarks at a woman in the street or using abusive language “to a girl who does not want to be ‘chatted up’”

Shout out to all the PUAs trying to cold approach women.

This is to help stop harassment of females at pubs and nightclubs, and also to curb wolf-whistles being performed to girls walking down the street.

Why do you think women go to clubs and bars? They go there to get attention from men. I mean, it usually devolves into a shitshow of women using simps to buy them drinks or seething at their friend who received attention from a man. The Scottish government is making all this fun difficult.

In many locales of the West, women are now complaining men don’t approach them anymore in bars. Men have likely wisen up on how clubs and bars work but feminist campaigning and harassment laws could have contributed to this.

Other examples of this crime would include “deliberately rubbing up against a woman in a crowded place” or showing porn to a female.

I guess this is intended to prevent blokes from sending the girls dick pics. But I had a girlfriend that sent me porn flicks to demonstrate how she wishes to be done. So my friends, this conversation can now be held against you. And since women can do no wrong, you will have to answer for this…

And another new offence of “stirring up” hatred against women and girls could be brought in to protect them from “incel” male supremacist bloggers or Andrew Tate-style personalities.

These disgusting incels, shut it down! Shut them up! Andrew Tate, oy vey! This blog could also be listed as misogynistic because I write about dating single mothers and fatties. Fatherlessness and obesity are a far more serious problems than some incels talking about women online, or Andrew Tate. Andrew Tate must have struck a nerve in some circles but he does not hate women. And his case demonstrates that anything they find uncomfortable will be treated as misogyny.

Making rape, sexual assault or disfigurement threats against females would also become a specific crime due to a rise in online abuse directed towards the fairer sex.

I thought making such threats are already highly illegal. There is a saying: The worse the state, the more laws it has.

The consultation is based on a report written by Baroness Kennedy of the Shaws, who was paid £1,000 a day by the taxpayer to conduct an investigation into misogyny north of the border.

I think I remember Baroness Kennedy from my university years, she is an honorary fellow in the uni I went to. I am glad she is doing good for herself. As for the rest of you schmucks that pay taxes, income tax, VAT and other, you should be glad it goes to a good cause.

Keith Brown, the SNP’s Justice Secretary, said: “Women and girls are routinely humiliated, touched, groped, undermined, trolled and objectified both online and off, and subjected to threats, harassment and abuse about their looks or desirability – stopping them from fully participating in society.

We need to help all these single mothers on OnlyFans that are being objectified by thirsty simps online. I would not be against jailing the simps, and castrating them but that’s just me. I am sorry the ladies are socially crippled because of those nasty men. Maybe these women should avoid social media, clubs, and bars, and they would feel better.

Also, they could find themselves a decent and loving man, with good upbringing, instead of hunting on dating websites for assholes. This could cure their socially crippling neurosis…

PS: Here is the quote I was looking for and at the time of writing I could not attribute it to Tacitus

4 thoughts on “I Feel Kinda Bad for the Men in Scotland

  1. Ok, this is official: they have no rights to lecture anyone on freedom. Nor do they have rights to believe they’re freer than those who live under “autocratic regimes”…you know the same old argument of “we may be all that, but at least we get to vote and won’t have to worry about disappearing”.

    You know what, I gonna keep it realer on this one: the “autocratic governments” are not there to follow any random citizen of the country they rule. The government officials got better shit to do. It’s when “democratic” countries passing shits like this, arrest you or charge you with hefty fines if you violate it and silence you if you criticize or complain about it through social pressure, are the real problem, as they steal the joy out of people’s lives. And the fact they keep assuming the people who live under “autocratic regimes” and accuse the supposedly regimes for “corrupting their beloved countries into this mess”, is just purely disgusting.

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    1. There is a fine line between authoritarianism and liberal democracies. Russia might be authoritarian but only in so far as it does not allow Zapadniks to act within its system, otherwise they have elections, and representative democracy. Conversely, no party can receive financial aid from Russia here in the Czech Republic. Any judgement on Russia saying it is somehow less democratic is highly biased and only rests on the fact that Russia refuses to do Western bidding unlike say the Czech Republic, which is a country with a limited sovereignty. China has a people’s democracy that actually allows people to function quite freely within their system. If the commies here allowed people to travel, study, and work in the West, and to start a business, they would still be in power. People would literally lick their boots.

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      1. At the end of the day, it’s all about whether the elites can secure their interests or not, and whether the corporations can secure their consumer base and receive their dreamed cheap labors or not. The philosophical shits are just merely facade. Too bad though, most folks still view politics as some kind of shonen anime or a superhero movie, where there’s the good guys and bad guys, and the ones who truly care and actually wanna solve an existing problems in the society are often judged and labeled, and sometimes may even be referred as crybaby when they themselves cry even more.

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