Guys. GUYS. GUYS!
This is really good!
Have you read “Dangerous Gamers” by Xavier Lastra? It’s really good.
Professor X takes you on a whirlwind journey through the sordid world of the Commentariat – that’s a word that needs to be added to your lexicon. It refers to the giant parasitical army of cultural warriors who spend their days dreaming up new ways to ruin the lives of those who just want to be left alone and have a little fun. These are the second rate analysts, third rate clickbait article authors, fourth rate ivory tower bullshit artists sucking on the Federal teat, and even the opportunistic politicians who latch on to the parasites to milk them for more cash, mo’ money, and mo’ votes.
Yes, even parasites can have parasites, but given what we know of places like Planned Parenthood taking tax payer money to donate to the DNC, it’s really more of a two-worm ouroboros eating each other’s tails. UN Panel on anti-harassment inviting well known harasser Anita “Joe Isuzu” Sarkeesian, I’m looking at you here.
Xavier reinforces the good, clean, Christian culture by taking a wrecking ball to the…uh, arguments?…of the Commentariat. He demonstrates that they aren’t arguments so much as verbal mush-mouth bleatings designed not to inform or to analyze, but merely to silence. He walks the reader through a host of methods, tricks, and tactics used by Team Evil in their fight to destroy all things right and just. He problematizes their utter hypocrisy by reinforcing the obvious understanding that they don’t even recognize hypocrisy itself as a negative except in that it can be used to attack men of honor and virtue.
My fave quote of all:
“[The] truth is that predators are born, but heroes need to be taught. Destorying all the stories of heroism, with their “gross” violence and death, will not remove the villains from our world (because they will always exist, as depredation is the natural state of life,” it will only make heroes much harder to appear.”
That appears in the integral section where he nukes from orbit the insipid framing that the dynamics of the “man saves woman from dragon” story arc transmits recurring dynamics of male dominance. Did you notice all that jargon in the last sentence? Xavier taught me how to talk like a frothing maniac – er, I mean feminist scholar – er, I mean there’s really no difference, is there?
Oh. My. Greyhawk. Gods.
It has 37 chapters of fun, each of which is chock a block full of insights more rare than a left-wing Pepe. It has two Appendices, one of which is “Appendix N” (*swoon*). Appendix Z features a lits of alternative titles, my favorite of which is “Here We Go Again: Moral Panics and Video Games”. Anita is the new Dark Dungeons, yo!
It’s a lot of reading for not a lot of scratch. It’s a little wordy, but the words are so good you won’t mind. Seriously, I love this book so much. Go buy it – it’s an effective vaccine against feminism. And we all know you need to be vaccinated against that, because feminism is cancer.