Mancession–And Not a Sound is Made.

Where is the outrage among the men? The emasculated males of America remain muted and locked in what mancessionde Tocqueville called the “spiral of silence.” Are we silent because we don’t care or feel the pain of our class’s oppression by the woman of America or are we silent because we have decided to agree with the progressive memes and that job disparity is the penance males must pay, particularly heterosexual males, even more so, white heterosexual males  ( woe be if one is white as well!) for the male dominated world order of our past?  

The solution? Become what the elites wish us to be; docile, ashamed, transsexual, gay and bisexual, non-white muslims–maybe after the sex change, the deep tanning and lobotomizations, we can all become lesbians as well! Then, we can be assured, all will be well with the world!

It should be clear a5f093c1e525971a57f1f1e8ebacfde2that the Great Recession took a toll on most people.  This is reflected in household incomes and savings.  But one thing that is abundantly clear is that the Great Recession took a massive toll on male employment at a rate twice that of females.  We’ll get into the charts and figures later in the article but suffice it to say that the recession didn’t hurt people equally. 

Some took on the brunt of the damage.  When splitting out job losses and gains by gender, it is clear that something else was going on.  One reason for this has to do with the big losses in construction and manufacturing that tend to be heavily dominated by men.  The housing bubble imploding didn’t help in this respect. 

In many ways this has been a Mancession even in the midst of a recovery that started in early 2009.Mancession – men haven’t recovered from Great Recession.

Mancession Men lost 2 times more jobs than women from the Great Recession and have gained half as man