Preparing For the Future

Emerging trends clearly indication how young boys will have to find good career paths. Since 2015, women are the majority of college graduates, now at 60% and projected to continue increasing their dominance.

“In the next few years, two women will earn a college degree for every man, if the trend continues, said Douglas Shapiro, executive director of the research center at the National Student Clearinghouse. No reversal is in sight. Women increased their lead over men in college applications for the 2021-22 school year — 3,805,978 to 2,815,810”
Gender gap in education
Gender gap in education

Academia will be effectively feminized into an environment by women for women, with safe spaces for minorities and begrudging tolerance for men who accept minority status and defer to the standards and norms of the female majority. Since a feminized social environment is more socially concerned than results based, it is a poor fit for how most men learn in addition to being unwelcoming to men, needlessly expensive, and ineffective. Some men will get through it holding their noses, quietly completing the material without saying anything honest so they can earn their degree credential.

Workplaces are expected to increase the diversity, equity, and inclusion programs nobody wants until they are completely hamstrung by mental cases and perpetual grievances. Men in such environments will try to duck and hide to get any work done, withdrawing from any comment or attempt to fix the nonsense they encounter. It’s just a paycheck, and any engagement in discussion or politics is a loss to be avoided. It’s simply too risky to say anything to coworkers when you can just smile and keep to yourself.

Seeing where this is going puts two obvious career choices in the forefront.

Blue collar work

The demand for credentials that women are mostly getting ensures women will run the businesses and make up the majority staff, establishing an office culture that fits the social desires of women rather than accomplish anything valuable. The women will be mostly single and childless, but paid well to devote their lives to their jobs at companies. They will have nice houses for their cats, but won’t know how to maintain or fix anything. For all their money and success, their empty belongings will be forever crumbling around them for reasons they won’t understand.

It doesn’t matter if you prefer plumbing, electricity, HVAC, or even a niche like handyman (i.e. problem solver for confused people). Once you figure out how to market yourself in your local area, then will have a large customer base of clueless people who need problems solved and have plenty of money to pay for it.

Be polite and friendly, roll in and fix it in an hour, then give them a bill for $532.50 (so specific it looks legit!), then move on to the next customer. If you organize it right you can make a few thousand a day. As business picks up, hire a few friends to make it easier and keep it fun.


Offices of cackling nincompoops are a hellscape for men, and DEI will make them totally dysfunctional pursuing ridiculous goals contrary to business interests, honor, and common sense.

Many environments will chase away the best workers, but a consulting arrangement allows a win-win case for employee and employer. The employee feels external to the mess he’s fixing, rather than bound to a ship of fools. He can also earn far more as a freelancer, which makes sense since he is disproportionate talent accomplishing more than loser employees.

The employer gains by having someone in the office who can actually do something. The employer doesn’t have to count the consultant’s income in their normal salary statistics because it is an external compensation deal. The consultant isn’t compared to the chattering hens or diversity hires chosen for statistical mandates.

In both career paths, men will understand their situation and go about their business fixing things for people who don’t sufficiently appreciate their purpose. Perhaps this will eventually lead to a discussion about how men are the central engine of civilization, and how the deliberate diminution of men destines a decline of civilization to the level of output that the growing domination of women, minorities, and handicapped people (mentally and physically) are able to achieve with their historically demonstrated talents.

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Frank Lance says:

    When women entered into public education and academia en masse, four things happened: 1) no more obligatory Latin study, 2) teachers became more collaborative, less antagonistic, 3) written exams replaced oral disputations, 4) corporal punishment ended

  2. Pedro Lawson says:

    As number of women rises in higher ed, free speech declines on campuses

    “Fifty-one percent of women professors reported that they could envision shouting down a speaker to prevent them from speaking on campus as being acceptable, compared to just 39 percent of men,” Abrams wrote in a March 24 piece for the American Enterprise Institute, where he serves as a senior fellow.

    For white male professors who refuse diversity training, almost half of female professors “believe their male counterparts should face some sort of sanction,” he wrote.

    “Thirty percent of female professors believe [the male] professors should be removed from the classroom until they comply. Seventeen percent of female professors believe that these male professors should be suspended until they comply. Two percent of female faculty even believe that their white male counterparts should be fired,” Abrams wrote.

    In comparison, only 26 percent of male faculty think the professors should be punished, he wrote.

    In an interview with The College Fix, Abrams said the survey results show that female professors are more supportive of mandatory diversity, equity and inclusion statements as well as silencing dissenting or controversial speech.

    In contrast, he said, most male professors view DEI statements as a political litmus test and are less likely to support shouting speakers down.

    Underscoring these findings is the fact that women — as students, faculty and administrators — now hold the majority share in higher education, he said.
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    He said in reviewing the FIRE faculty survey, he sought to determine whether this trend played out on college campuses as well, where women make up about 66 percent of the university faculty.
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    For those seeking a grant, job or promotion in higher education, “when one group says you have to write a statement that makes certain values and political and ideological leanings clear, that’s a litmus test,” he said.

    Another point in the data that was “unambiguously clear,” he said, was that “while men absolutely generally do not believe that it is appropriate to shout down speakers to try to prevent speech, women are very supportive of it.”

  3. Samantha says:

    Despite the fact that women are soon expected to earn 60% of all college degrees, American universities and colleges continue to offer about 10 times more female-only scholarships than male-only scholarships.

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