Following yet another tragic burst of violence which killed many in California this time, I read with interest more than a few views of how genetic women felt about the attack. If you hadn't heard, female rejection was stated as one of the main causes of the random violence. Many times, when I'm looking for a genetic feminine written reaction to a tragedy such as this, theFrisky site usually never lets me down. This time the site ran a post called "Not All Men Are Dangerous, But Yes, Women Do Live In Fear Of Elliot Rodger's Fury."
We have discussed here in Cyrsti's Condo, the serious need to be increasingly aware of how our world as we transition. How we need to learn how to be extra safe in it as MtF transgender women or cross dressers. This last incident though is extra scary to me partly from all my life experiences dealing from the middle of the gender deck.
As a guy, I knew a few other guys who were flat out scary in any number of ways. I had a dishwasher in one of the big restaurant kitchens I ran who I told regularly "when he blew up and headed to his car for a gun to shoot the rest of the cooks who harassed him-give me five extra steps to get out the back door." It got to the point of when I told him something to do, I asked. It's only now I'm beginning to learn what women feel like on a much broader spectrum.
Toss in the fact, that anyone and everyone seems to be able to come up with a semi automatic weapon in this country and the world becomes even more scarier.
I remember vividly the days when I was searching the dating sites for even just a friend. What I found from the male side of aisle were mostly who thought somehow I was desperate for their company, or the ones who only wanted to meet me in an out of the way motel where their wife wouldn't find out. I did set up very public dates with a few-ended up being stood up more times than not and pretty much just gave it up. I can't say some of those guys I didn't meet weren't like the ticking time bomb Elliot Rodger was.
Obviously, I was never the guy Rodgers' was and luckily only knew a select few that were. I can understand the headline though and resent it because of what it says about men. On the other hand, more and more now, I can see why women are thinking it.