The Sociopathic Business Model™ Selective Tolerance A: Gender Insults Case Study
December 21, 2015
The Killing My Career is about abuse: exposing it, discussing it and preventing it. It was, and still is a given that abusive people will not like this site and among other things, insult and demean when trying to prevent the negative truth they’d rather remain hidden from seeing the light of day.
Last week, I wrote a post about the death of a local Scottsdale plastic surgeon which caused abusive feedback from one reader, who, while I respect the use of his real name, did not respect his gender-based demeaning and insulting reaction to facts of the story.
People, including Greg Parker, aren’t waiting until my funeral to call me gender-based insulting and demeaning names; and, as stated this won’t go away anytime soon.
The Sociopathic Business Model™: Selective Tolerance A is best described as a group or subset of people devoid of empathy or sympathy for another group and will manipulate facts without shame, remorse, guilt or accountability to justify their use of abusive behavior towards others. This is very common with abusive men towards women when such gender-biased insults are used for the expressed purpose to demean and insult.
Click the link below: Selective Tolerance to read more about this component as it relates to the abuse cycle.
This Gender Insult Case Study is created to help others who face similar problems either on the internet, workplace or in their personal lives. When a person resorts to only insulting based on gender, race, or physical characteristics it’s an indication they do not have the facts to support their argument. The exception to this rule is when those employing tactics from The Sociopathic Business Model™ without shame, remorse, guilt or accountability manipulate facts to protect their image, which is often tied to profits, then the some of the same tactics are used by those who force accountability to shame (truthfully hurt the image) as a means to create positive change. Shorter: It’s necessary to take a page from their playbook in order to beat ’em at their own game.
Today, further making the point, on my personal Facebook page, I came across a post that made by Haven Kimmel which discussed this same topic of abusive gender-based insults which, in part read:
I just read a thoughtful post by someone who vows never to use a certain word to describe women, which he likens to the n-word, but for gender rather than race. And someone sincerely commented that we must be very careful not to judge people who use those words, and we must not condemn them, because that’s the thin edge of the wedge toward . . .
For this next part, I focused on the male responses which ranged from defending their rights to use whatever word they choose where the justification was context to males stating it is wrong for men to call women gender-biased insults. In theory, I do not agree with either group of males and expressed so:
Men, do not get to tell women which gender-based words are offensive or not offensive to them. A good rule for anyone, wishing to insult and demean another, is “unless you are “it” you don’t get to use “it” in an insult.” This same rule applies to race, sexual preference, and religion as well. I am a white female and WILL NEVER USE THE N-WORD, EVER. First, I do not have a desire to use that word but more importantly, I do not get to tell black people if they have a right to be offended or not offended by the use of that word because I am not black.
Insults are by definition are meant to disrespect and demean others, so the use of the word context is usually just a smoke-screen to justify an abusive person’s actions.
Remember this site sees people in two categories: Abusive and Non-Abusive, where all other adjectives (gender, race, religion, sexual preference) are just subcategories that describe either an abusive or non-abusive person.
No, that’s just the end of the story, motherfucker!