William Macy; “It’s a Good Time to Be a Girl”

William H. Macy gave a descriptive answer when asked if he had advice for younger men in Hollywood recently.  In examining his words, Macy revealed the apprehension that many are feeling in Hollywood in 2018.

Backstage at the Screen Actors Guild AwardsShameless best-actor winner William H. Macy was asked if he had any advice for younger men on how to act around women in Hollywood.

His response, made earnestly, was ponderous, weighing the creative risks of creating a politically correct environment in the arts, gender parity (“it’s inevitable” he said firmly) and how men feel like “we’re under attack” in the #MeToo era.

It was a puzzling mix.

On what he would tell younger men in his industry: “That’s a really complicated question because on one hand, with what we do for the living, we’ve got to be free to speak the unspeakable and try things. So I hope it doesn’t throw a wet blanket on things. And I don’t believe it will because half the business is women and they’re smart,” said Macy.

The actor noted he has two daughters (with wife Felicity Huffman). “And I’m thrilled for them. It’s a good time to be a girl. I’m proud of this business, because such things as safety in the workplace — that’s done, we’re not going back. It changed in an instant and it’s not going back. When it comes to equality in pay, it’s inevitable, and it’s going to happen quickly.”

Macy then focused on how men are grappling with the #MeToo era.

“It’s hard to be a man these days,” said Macy. “I think a lot of us feel like we’re under attack and feel like we need to apologize. Perhaps we do. Perhaps we are. But we’ll keep talking.”

Macy added that he had recently convened with other men to discuss aspects of Time’s Up, the anti-harassment initiative started earlier this month by some of Hollywood’s leading women.

“We had a meeting, a bunch of guys got together under the auspices of Time’s Up. And that’s good for men. Men don’t talk enough, and they don’t talk to other men. And we talked.”

Macy’s rant speaks to many truths facing men (particularly White men) across our country.  Some parts of his answer carried deeper connotations.

“…with what we do for the living, we’ve got to be free to speak the unspeakable and try things. So I hope it doesn’t throw a wet blanket on things.” 

Hollywood has pushed Feminist, Politically Correct and Leftist narratives on their consumers.  Now, *horrors!* the very weapons that they have used to promote their agenda have been turned against them. The wet blanket was thrown a long time ago and artistic creativity, particularly in the comedic realm has been stifled.

“It’s hard to be a man these days,” said Macy. “I think a lot of us feel like we’re under attack and feel like we need to apologize.” Macy and most men would benefit greatly by taking a page from the playbook of President Donald Trump and Heartiste and steadfastly refuse unnecessary apology.

“It’s a good time to be a girl.” When a girls “feelings” can be used against a man to get him removed from a university that he paid to attend, fired from a job, or just ruin the shit out of a guy’s life, yeah it’s a good time to be a girl.  When they receive constant ego boosts via social media likes, constant ego boosts from mainstream media and preferential hiring status, yeah it’s a good time to be a girl.  Being told at every turn that you’re a fierce/empowered/warrior/princess because you were born with a vagina in the past couple decades means that it is a good time to be a girl. When our nation’s education system has become corruptly feminist, and viciously anti-White male, it’s a good time to be a girl.  And in Hollywood, where television shows and movies and showing off some “girl kicking ass” and “fighting the patriarchy” are rolled out at a ferocious clip and when a female can hold an entire industry hostage (whether warranted or not) through the #MeToo movement, hell yeah, it’s a good time to be a girl!

“We had a meeting, a bunch of guys got together under the auspices of Time’s Up. And that’s good for men. Men don’t talk enough, and they don’t talk to other men. And we talked.”

Thanks to feminism, women have invaded most all of the spaces where men were previously able to congregate and speak freely. Today, men are forced to interact with women with virtually no break from being surrounded by members of the opposite sex. And if they aren’t surrounded by women, they are likely in contact with men who have become feminized thanks to social pressure, mainstream media, or continuous contact with women in their own lives.

Macy and his cohorts have likely come to the startling conclusion that for the first time in filmmaking history, men are at a distinct disadvantage in Hollywood and that may not change anytime soon.  The Hollywood elite are now dealing with the same degenerate feminist shitshow that we plebes have been subject to for quite some time.

 

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