Nursing Is FemDom

I’m actually following from yesterday, via the scenic route…

Once upon a time, a long time ago, I was working with a guy from somewhere in Africa. I forget the country, Nigeria I think. He was a good worker and we got on fine. I was the nurse and he was the direct care staff helping me. Seriously, no problems with him at all apart from occasional accent thickness.

But the whispers started going around that he was rubbing all the women the wrong way. So I get called in to the office to talk about it to the management and basically said I was having no issues with him. So he magically got a whole lot of shifts with me. Funny that.

Anyway, one night when it was just the two of us he started a conversation that to this day marks the high water mark of truly bigoted anti-women speech I’ve ever encountered. Let’s share shall we…

“Now that the women have gone…”   (huh?)

“…we can speak freely as men.”    (Oh shit get me out of this conversation!)

Then he said something that I can’t even remember because my mind blotted it out it was so bad. I just looked at him in a daze, sucker punched by his bigotry, marveling at his complete assurance that I too internally agreed with [fucked up shit he just said that no one who uses flushing toilets believes anymore].

I’m lost here. I can’t just walk away because I have patients, I can’t stay because it’s so awful and someone might walk in on us, and it will look like I’m taking part in this conversation and I’m not interested in an employment suicide pact.

“Well the women should obey the man because blah blah blah…”  turns out he’s actually pissed off that the female nurses aren’t bringing him food during the shift. He’s not pretending to be annoyed about it, he’s actually annoyed for real. Like he’s some tribal African chief and the buffet wasn’t acceptable. The nurses all outrank him big time.

Ohhhhh this explains why all the women hate him and he’s fine with me. Breathe Athol, he’s from Africa, this is just his culture. Breathe…

He still won’t shut up either. It’s like he has got to have this verbal puking of intolerance that he’s been holding back on for far too long. He’s like a drunk white chick hurling in a bar’s toilet, incapable of stopping once started, devoid of shame and missing the target.

Then came the big one.

He tells me he’s looking to start nursing school toward being an LPN in a couple of months. Could I write him a reference.

My first thought was “Fuck no.”

Then after about three seconds of silence between us, it stuck me how funny it would be if he actually got into nursing school, actually survived the hazing, and then actually had to spend the rest of his career surrounded by women. Pissed off women all around him. Not just my-boyfriend-was-an-asshole-this-morning-let-me-vent-on-you anger, but targeted rage at him from all directions. Wouldn’t that be the ultimate self-inflicted hell? I mean if I was thinking up ways to torment him forever, wouldn’t handing him over to the Labia Mafia be hysterically perfect?

I started laughing. A rolling belly laugh tearing at the corner of my eyes laugh that trailed off into a persistant chuckle.

He actually stopped talking finally and waited. The joke totally lost on him across the vast gulf of culture. His face genuinely questioning. He simply didn’t get it. Would probably never get it. So I told him the truth about nursing in a way that he’d hopefully understand.

“You can’t become a male LPN and then complain you don’t like the taste of pussy.”

He never came back to work after that. Damned if I know why. It’s magically delicious.

 

 

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Comments

  1. greenlander says:

    lol

  2. I don’t understand your utter mockery of this man. You finally find a dominant, masculine, non-supplicator in the wild and this is what you think of him?

  3. Athol Kay says:

    @Alpha Mission – being annoyed that people two layers of supervison above you don’t cook for you, simply because they are women, isn’t very smart.

  4. Just Sayin' says:

    It’s a culture issue though. Men and women have VERY strictly defined roles in many African countries. If this man was from rural Africa as opposed to one of the big cities, he would have very definite ideas of what roles the male and female should fill. Western standards of higher status in the work place would have absolutely no bearing on this whatsoever.

    Although this mindset can seem a bit extreme to the western mind, you would go a long way to find a betaized rural African male. Or a feminized bat-shit-crazy rural African female. I’m not saying they have it all right. I definitely would not want to be a woman in rural Africa, for one thing it’s down-right dangerous. BUT they don’t seem to suffer from the rampant gender confusion issues that are spreading like a malignant cancer through western society, leaving more and more broken families and even more confused teenagers in their wake.

    Makes you think doesn’t it?

  5. thediverdown says:

    There’s a really big difference between a non-supplicator and a raving woman hater — kind of like how there’s a big difference between a woman who politely but firmly declines a man’s advances, and one who delivers a crazy-nuclear-drink-throwing rejection.

  6. JCclimber says:

    Can have a broken family IF YOU NEVER HAD A FAMILY TO BEGIN WITH!
    Just sayin’, do you have any clue what you’re talking about ?
    You got any idea what it is like in a non-Christian part of Africa? And that most “christian” parts are not much different? How much time have you spent in rural Africa, or are you getting your knowledge from movies and travel stories?
    By the way, it is hell on the boy and girl children both, neither of them know if they will have a dad from one day to the next.

  7. Just Sayin' says:

    I’m FROM AFRICA!

  8. Just Sayin' says:

    Rural Africans have a VERY strong sense of community. It’s called ubuntu!

  9. BetaTester says:

    This person being from Africa may EXPLAIN his behavior but certainly dose not EXCUSE his behavior. He is now living and working in the United States. It was a good idea for him to leave work because he appeared to be a poor fit for the environment if he did not want to change. I am not sure what the exact message of the post was except that being alpha and MMSL is not this type of behavior.

  10. Solomon says:

    This post made me dissapointed in you Athol, too much blue pill left in you still. You were far too mean towards this guy.

    Nobody teaches he differences between intersex relationships of different countries to poeple who don’t read Roosh and the like. How cold the poor guy have known that he should treat women like princesess in America? All he did know that America is a rich country where he can earn “big” money. Big for his African standards that is.

    I live in Eastern Europe and it is still perfectly normal to crack a joke or make a loud observation on female nature that would be labeled “sexist” in America or Western Europe. A coworker of mine (we work in engeneering and project design) left to study in Denmark for five months in an exchange program and nearly got kicked out of that Danish University because he said out loud that women are not well suited for technical sciences. Obviously he wasn’t reading western manosphere blogs ( I suspect I might be almost the only person in my country who does) and there was no ways for him to know the reaction it would cause. If he had said something like this here the women would take it as an innocent playful teasing neg and he would actually become more popular among office ladies – its sort of like opening the whole office with the “who do you think lies more?” opener.

    I find it disgusting that you tremble and shake so much from being associated with musculinity in your workplace that much. That is not an alfa way to live in fear from what stupid female coworkers will think. That man was turning to you for help and support, but you ran away. If your work environment is that toxic then just leave it. Or maybe you like being FemDomed by your collegues?

  11. Wald says:

    I would agree with Solomon’s sentiments in the post above mine.

    However,I don’t understand. Where did this come from? You are not in nursing anymore.

    Is this from your blue pill days? Why do you mock this man and call him bigoted?

    Is this a satire?

  12. Steffen says:

    Guys, chill with the pill talk for a moment. Athol’s saying essentially, “Look, dude, if you can’t take having women in charge, stay the hell out of the nursing profession.”

    It’s not a matter of red/blue pill, just practicality.

  13. The Dude says:

    Being an overbearing male is almost as bad as being a supplicating male. But keep in mind a woman would probably put up more with the man who says it’s my way or the highway. That’s in a relationship.

    There is a big difference between being in a relationship with a woman and working with women. Pissing off women at work with overbearing male behavior will work against you…(you fill in the blank on how a woman scorn will ruin your career). I will at times supplicate to women if it is work related because we all work together to put out the best product. I don’t take it as a threat to my masculinity. That’s my take from what Athol is trying to say.

  14. Anon says:

    Gotta say, I’m a little alarmed at the number of posters here who don’t think this guy did anything wrong.

    How would this situation be any different if, y’know, it had occurred in the 1992, and some Afrikaner had come up to Athol and been all “man, now those blacks are gone…who do they think they are, anyway?”

  15. G_sport says:

    @ Athol Kay
    Hey dude – not sure what your point was with this post. Perhaps like me you can’t always be a prof every day – just ask my wife.
    I would say that this was his culture, and in his eyes,acceptable behaveour. All I know, is that when I emmigrated, I made damb sure I understood the culture I was going to so as to not upset too many people.

  16. Liz says:

    I’m astonised at the number of people who don’t get what Athol was trying to say. There are differences between whatever works in your marriage, and what’s going to work when you’re at your job. You might get a nice cold drink from your wife while you’re mowing the lawn. Fine. But expecting your female *boss* to bring you food because you have a dangler is the most Omega thing ever. And if this guy cannot be expected to get that fact, then he shouldn’t be in the country in the first place.

  17. Liz says:

    Plus, it’s a pretty funny story.

  18. Athol Kay says:

    Oh he knew well enough to keep the worst of it quiet until he was alone with me. He was also quite purposely seeking me out to get a reference as well. Not something I do for people I’ve only worked with for a few weeks. As soon as it was clear he wasn’t going to get it, he was gone.

    This was also back in 1999 or 2000 I think. Long ago.

  19. Rob says:

    “I find it disgusting that you tremble and shake so much from being associated with musculinity in your workplace that much. ”

    It’s pretty simple. Being an Entitled African Prince has nothing to do with masculinity. Walking around grousing about the lack of unearned female servitude your fatherland used to serve to you on a platter is a display of weakness, not strength. Plus, from a career perspective, it’s just stupid. Are these things really up for debate?

  20. Wald says:

    Oh. It sounds like he was just using you and you are mocking him all around here.

  21. Wald says:

    Well it looks like I focused on the part I didn’t like – that I missed the big picture – he was using you for a reference (and maybe hoped his views on women would find common ground with you).

  22. alphaguy says:

    Reminds me of a story when I was working at the largest software company in the world (Starts with M and ends with T) and I had an recent Indian import come into my office. We were equals so she felt safe with me I guess. She looked at me point blank and asked “Who is the Jesus guy anyway?” She was dead serious… Different cultures don’t always know what is appropriate or not.

    I would say that this guy from Africa learned real quick the way things work in the USA and got out of nursing. Hopefully he got into something a little more male dominated!

  23. Jay Bluton says:

    Shame on you for not supporting a fine man trying to stop the feminist-controlled nursing industry.

    Nurse say they want equality, but I never see them marching on Capitol Hill demanding that 50% of new hires be men! They are hypocrites and must be exposed.

  24. Danceny says:

    Yeah, I kept waiting for the epilogue that went, “That, of course, was in my pre-Red Pill days. Now I realize…”

    I’m surprised to read terms like “bigoted” and “anti-woman” here. Next we’ll be reading about the “culture of deeply unhealthy masculinity.”

  25. enlightened1 says:

    The whole story cracks me up and it was a great visual. I love it when the posts are just funny. It helps to introduce some levity into subjects that are usually so full of angst.

  26. Athol Kay says:

    Are people complaining about this post, actually okay with the idea of their wives and girlfriends going to work and immediately falling into line with the demands for personal service from their male co-workers?

  27. Liz says:

    @Danceny:

    There is nothing Red Pill about expecting your boss to bring you food and defer to you, simply because you have a dangler. It’s like when a man brings in god to try to make a woman submit; he’s tacitly admitting that he doesn’t have the ability, as an individual man, to get that submission on his own. If you can think of no better reason for deference than “well, I’m male and she’s female” (and if you’re working with women who significantly outrank you, that’s the case) then you’ve answered your own question of why you can’t get no satisfaction.

    This isn’t a counterargument to feminism. It’s Omega level whining.

  28. Wald says:

    @Athol

    I would not be okay with that. I would think the guy is funny – but tell him that girls do that stuff for the man at home – not a random guy at work.

    I thought the point of the post is to make fun of the man and call him bigoted – but it is more that he’s a fish out of water and using you. And you have a laugh at his expense. Looks like I commited a feminist!

  29. Pegala says:

    I am also unsure how reading this post will help me get laid :)

  30. Charles says:

    Culturally speaking, is a boss’s wife really expected to wait on the boss’s male underlings where this guy is from just because the underlings have boy parts, or is this guy just another asshat who doesn’t rate servants but expects to have them anyway?

  31. RedPillWifey says:

    I am completely and totally baffled by some of the responses to this post. Really? Really?

    It was a funny story, and Athol’s response, while crude, wasn’t out of bounds. I mean…… Really?

  32. Athol Kay says:

    Perhaps all will become clear after you read today’s post.

    The point of the story wasn’t a statement about him, it was a statement about me.

  33. Milf_in_training says:

    Would the guys who think this behavior was ok also think it would be ok for the janitor in the Secretary of State’s office to ask the middle aged lady in the suit, sitting behind the big desk to get him a cup of coffee?

    Whatever takes place at home with a partner, rank overrules gender at work. Athol said this fellow was 2 levels below the nurses he asked to serve him.

    I’m sure he was told off by the nurses, so unless he was completely clueless, he knew something wasn’t right. If he had asked Athol, “Why aren’t these ladies getting me food?” Athol probably would have given him a straight answer. But he assumed his way was the only way to behave, and turned his alpha into asshat.

  34. Badger says:

    “Rural Africans have a VERY strong sense of community. It’s called ubuntu!”

    Ubuntu is the bomb. I loaded it on my PC a couple years ago, it’s free and has most of the packages I need.

  35. K_C says:

    “Ubuntu is the bomb. I loaded it on my PC a couple years ago, it’s free and has most of the packages I need.”
    A great nerd joke that made me LOL. Wait, does that LOL make me seem unintelligent?

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