When Incels Mansplain What Women are Doing Wrong to Women

When Incels Mansplain What Women are Doing Wrong to Women January 16, 2020

For the past month this ad keeps being forwarded, shared, and sometimes just pops up for me. It’s a “conference” in Florida for what sounds like  either one very bad joke, or the most horrific happening involving  mansplaining. It is a conference featuring such epicly toxic guys like Stephan Molyneux and others from the manosphere of bad ideas and incels.

See how the above incel is busy using Lori Alexander’s own hateful words against women to teach women what dirty, filthy, tattooed, debt ridden, ladies of the night they are for failing to give him sex? Yes, now Lori, with her tattooed head from Cyberknife, is attached to the conference too. They’ve waved the laughable two thousand dollar ticket for Lori just to get the rubber stamped approval of at least one woman.

Nope, this is kind of like having wolves explaining to sheep how  they are created expressly to be eaten by the wolves and making the sheep pay for it.

I wonder how Lori expects her followers to cough up the two thousand dollars each it costs just to roll through the door, not including air fare and hotel rooms?

Excuse me, it seems we are still within the early bird conference ticketing prices of the bargain price of a thousand dollars a ticket and bring a friend for free. Great! Only five hundred a head to be lectured by the clueless mansplaining fools running this cluster-you-know-what.  Rolling my eyes here, SUCH a bargain!

Back to the conference.

Do they realize this is not something to brag about? It’s hatefully wrong.

Founded by a self promoting openly Red Pill guy named “Anthony Dream Johnson” who also goes by the online sobriquet “Beach Muscles”  He’s trying to appeal to Trump voters with his branding, to hateful Evangelicals like the Alexanders and pals and to his Incel pals. A triple threat.

I will compliment him on one thing. Whenever he gets people who disagree with his message on social media he does not immediately block and ban them, unlike Lori Alexander. When Lori started promoting this “Make Women Great Again” conference yesterday she has unleashed the Almighty pushback, even from some of her more fervent followers. She did a pile of deleting comments, and even banned a few of her long time supporters.

It is interesting to watch people like Lori, like Stephan, like Beach Muscles Johnson hitching their buggies to the wrong side of history. This is likely to have negative long term impacts on the careers of all three, and make no mistake about it, what Lori Alexander does is her ‘Career’ even while she claims it is not.

I suspect when this shakes out there will be very low attendance, unless Johnson starts giving away tickets willy nilly like beads thrown off a Mardi Gras float. No amount of outrage in the press is going to sell tickets.

Did you know he’s also running a men’s conference at the same time? From their website.

Wow, that is some seriously hurting in the parts south by a group of Red Pillers that I’ve seen in a long time.

When I started reading this material to my husband he was insistent that this must be something from the satirical website The Onion. Sadly it is real.

It should be interesting to see how badly all of this fails, and the historical footnote this becomes. This reads like a P.T. Barnum type stunt, and that’s just not a good look for anyone.

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  • Tawreos

    I would think that the only thing standing in the way of women’s greatness is small minded fearful men that don’t want to lose unearned dominance. Of course, I am not going to pay even $500.00 dollars to go and see the hateful side of Youtube put on a live show, even it it would be interesting to see if they can get their iconic 100% pure mail manospere speakers to actually leave their basement bubbles and brave the real world where they might see and hear things that contradict their beliefs.

  • Raging Bee

    When I started reading this material to my husband he was insistent that this must be something from the satirical website The Onion. Sadly it is real.

    Yes, it’s real; but the promotional material is so stupid and poorly made that I suspect the organizers are deliberately dumbing it all down, to ensure that people above a certain level of intelligence won’t bother looking at it, and therefore won’t be part of any backlash against it. It’s what email scammers do: make their pitch so stupid (and so full of misspellings and other blatant errors) that only the dumbest recipients will bother with it, and the scammers won’t have to waste time answering questions from people who are likely to see through the scam.

  • Nea

    Ha. Over on Love, Joy, Feminism, I guessed that the only woman who’d attend would be Lori!

  • Nea

    It’s really telling that Lori is so thrilled at being quoted that she’s giving them free advertising and willing to turn her back on long-term supporters in favor of the men at the conference fluffing her.

  • Raging Bee

    I hope her (former) BFFs remember this…

  • Whitney Currie

    Yeah, I posted somewhere about this convention before. I’ll admit the mansplaining bit made me laugh, but the part I paused and blinked at was the ‘war on motherhood’ thing. They’ve even got something about how you too can have unlimited babies. Don’t worry, they’re also doing the fat2 shaming thing, too, just to make sure all those babies aren’t getting any woman too happy I guess.

    It really is like they’ve attempted to roll up every awful thing for women they can find in one place. I’m wondering if a case for abuse could be made by women who attend.

  • Jim Jones

    When I started reading this material to my husband he was insistent that this must be something from the satirical website The Onion.

    Me too.

  • Martin Penwald

    Thing is, if you find a woman willing to pay and pretend you are her husband, you can enter for free! What an opportunity!

  • AFo

    Apparently, men with their heads firmly lodged in their a$$es are the best people to teach women how to be better women. Not that I’m surprised, since these whiny dipshits2 blame women for all of their problems and also think they’re the smartest ones in the room. I hope this whole thing collapses. My schadenfreude will be strong.

  • Tawreos

    There is no place on this earth that I would be able to find a woman with standards low enough to go to that conference and claim me as her husband. Every woman I have ever known has better taste than that. =)

  • Martin Penwald

    Libby-Anne and Hemant didn’t point to their pride in mansplaining. That’s so over the top I have a hard time thinking some women are going to pay to attend the conference. I’m curious to see what happens, with attendance number and revenues.

  • Martin Penwald

    Au contraire, I think it’s your chance. How can a woman have such a low self-esteem that she could spend $2fucking000 to be demeaned for 3 days?

  • Tawreos

    Let’s wait and see if there any attendees that didn’t get a free ticket.

  • Martin Penwald

    Hey! Hey! Hey!

    From boyhood to fatherhood

    What does that mean? Men who don’t have children aren’t Real Men™?

  • Mary Hannah bates

    You can be a father and a boy so…

  • Mary Hannah bates

    I wouldn’t hold my breath that this thing is going to fail. I am not sure how one would know how many and at what ticket price, but there are some really lonely people of both genders out there. Many are desperate for a date…

  • Matt G

    Wouldn’t a singles bar be cheaper? My money’s on the entire “conference” not happening at all.

  • Mary Hannah bates

    Would a singles bar have so many men telling you exactly what it would take for you to be desirable to men?

  • Ruthitchka

    Hey, I don’t have to go to an expensive conference to be on the receiving end of some mansplaining. I can “enjoy” it for free IRL!

  • Martin Penwald

    But here, you will be made great again! Isn’t that worth it?

  • B.A.

    Maybe the Duggar women and Zsusanna Anderson.

  • Friend

    Ha! One time a work colleague wanted to get a disc0unt on a mattress. So he asked me to go mattress shopping with him, and to pretend I slightly disapproved of all the mattresses, like “Ew! Not doing it with you on this one!”

    I did this for the helpless laughter afterward. No charge.

  • DoctorDJ
  • DoctorDJ

    On 2nd thought, given his status as incel-in-chief of the “manosphere,” he may well look like this: https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/fd9c5690841f349992544dcafeebeeac2d292e69b931919ac1fb0b834769f32d.jpg

  • If I wanted a guy to badly explain something, I’d go to a comic convention. (Kidding, more or less.)

  • Reminds me of this:

  • HematitePersuasion

    Can I make money on a manufactured outrage convention, too?

  • Raging Bee

    Maybe they mean a boy becomes a man by getting a girl pregnant and getting them both stuck with a kid they weren’t ready to raise?

  • Iain Lovejoy

    ” … this is kind of like having wolves explaining to sheep how they are created expressly to be eaten by the wolves and making the sheep pay for it.”
    Wonderful turn of phrase!
    NB: Did anyone else spot the sick-making “three day (and night)” in the blurb? HOW IS THIS NOT SATIRE?!! Everything about it is calculated to sound like sad losers trying to ‮pmip‬ themselves up as “manly men” in the vain hope of attracting women who will sleep with them. Even if it is a genuine conference, I am wondering whether whoever they hired to do the marketing blurb is taking the p1ss.

  • Iain Lovejoy

    My theory is they have hired an external marketing consultant to do their publicity blurb and they are too stupid to notice the consultant is taking the p1ss out of them.

  • Nea

    Whatshername, the clinger-on who was so thrilled to have her baby declared “cured” in Debi’s book. Maybe her, looking for an audience.

  • Nea

    Anyone who stayed after she announced to God and everybody that “just” following Jesus’ words in the Bible will send you to hell is obviously not big on the critical thinking.

  • Suzanne Harper Titkemeyer

    Jill Rodrigues would only go if she could grift a few ticket, score a cheap or free hotel room.

  • Friend


  • wannabe

    It’s called “learn by doing.”

  • persephone


  • persephone

    Molyneux and Cortes get regularly roasted on Twitter. It’s fun. Molyneux asked why, if women can only have children up to an average age of 40, women still live to nearly 80. Yes, ladies, this is the conference for you if you want to spend your life as a combination uter9us/s3ks doll/maid to a man who has the thinking skills of a 1-year-old.

    Cortes laid out, on twitter, his list for women on how to be feminine. It involved long hair, being underweight, skillful makeup application, and a willingness to spend the rest of your life being degraded by a guy who thinks being his maid and s3ks toy is your reward for following his rules, cuz he’s just so darned hot and a dream of an alpha male and the best d ever.

  • persephone

    The site said the conference is being entirely funded by women. Where are the women getting this money from if they’re handmaids?

  • Starlady

    Theory 1: they don’t expect women to buy tickets for this hot mess. They expect the husbands to pay their wives tickets inthe hope that it’ll further brainwash the wives into something out of Stepford.
    Theory 2: they don’t expect women to buy tickets for this hot mess. They expect to have to cancel. It’s just publicity for the men’s conference.

  • Rann

    We have reached a point now that it is truly getting close to impossible to satirise anything. If you try to satirize something, someone will take it as fact.

  • Sassafras

    If I ever see these creatures in public, I’m just going to give them a lovely Bronx Solute.

  • lady_black

    You haven’t been to many singles bars, have you?

  • lady_black

    I’d prefer the company of my cats.

  • lady_black

    That sounds like something I would do.

  • Astrin Ymris

    Poe’s Law lives!

  • David Range