What happens when Jezebel lets a man take over posting for the weekend? Heh. Brilliance, quite frankly!

27 Apr


Well, this has been one of the most interesting weekends I’ve ever seen on Jezebel, with virtually all of the posts coming from a man named Mark Schrayber.  Mark lectures in psychology at SFSU, and he is a former behavioural health counselor.



Part of me thinks Mark is gonna be in for some hell come Monday for posting a lot of articles that don’t show women off in their best light.  Let’s take a look:


First up, he writes about Wendy Williams suggesting that it is okay to trick a man into getting you pregnant by going off birth control, using the justification that hey, it’s your body, your choice, right?




Oh dear, well that’s not consistent with Jezebel insisting that birth control sabotage is something men do to women, and it’s a form of control and abuse that must be stomped out immediately!  Power-Hungry Men Sabotaging Women’s Birth Control Is a Real Issue, shrieks Katie J.M. Baker!


“Increasingly, birth-control sabotage is viewed as a tool not for baby-crazed female stalkers, but for a class of predominantly male abusers who want to exercise control over their partner’s body, make her dependent upon them, or secure a long-term presence in her life.”


The commenters at the Wendy Williams piece are definitely aware that publicizing the issue has some drawbacks.  For women.


Sigh. This will just be used as “proof” by MRAs and other misogynists that women tricking men into getting them pregnant is a common occurrence.


A helpful MRA at Jezebel points out that the behaviour doesn’t have to be rampant to be unacceptable:


I think MRAs and most nice feminists agree that this kind of deception is reproductive coercion and should be criminalized.

And for the record, I don’t think most MRAs think this kind of thing is “rampant.” It’s just that the legal environment allows and facilitates this is unacceptable.


Then, Schrayber follows up with an article exploring the Cult of Victimization, writing about a woman who is suing the estate of child she killed while speeding, because he inconsiderately caused a “shock to her system” by putting a human sized dent in her SUV and then dying.  Her enjoyment of life has been lessened.  Not as much as the real victim’s enjoyment of life, of course, but $1.35 million ought to compensate the True Victim for the pain she has suffered.


Aaaaaand, it takes Jezebel commenters about ten seconds to find a man to blame:  the woman’s husband, who apparently was driving behind her and since paternalism is so beloved by feminists, they quickly embrace the idea that he is responsible for her actions.  I hope he countersigns her checks, too, once she gets that big pile of cash, because consistency is important, right?  He should probably approve her vote, monitor her communications and determine which educational opportunities she is allowed to pursue.  In for a penny, in for a pound?


Don’t forget to mention the part where her husband is a police officer and was driving behind her that night!


It should also be noted that her police-officer husband was following her that night, was first on the scene, and told her to go home after the accident with no breathalyzer. I smell a cover-up.


And of course, there are the obligatory comments that back up cupcake, and understand her anguish at being forced to kill children.  It’s very traumatic, apparently.


It’s good to remember that the woman who struck & killed the victim may possibly be in shock/mentally unwell as well––killing a living person is a huge deal, and killers deal with it in different ways. Maybe she really is just completely callous and a sociopath, or maybe she’s going through her own panic/guilt/fear/nightmare/irrational response, herself. She may feel that she was driving “normally,” after all, plenty of us do speed slightly and it is generally considered socially acceptable––the cell phone use not so much. She may feel a LOT of anger towards these kids for having been irresponsible bikers (and we all know that people on bikes, even the nice ones, sometimes take liberties with stop signs and lights and endanger drivers as well), anger that she doesn’t know how to channel properly.


Next up we have a teacher who gave a student a full contact lap dance that included “rubbing her butt across his lap and swiveling around to put her head between his legs”.


And the commenters backpedal furiously, confronting their own prejudice and straight forward refusal to consider boys legitimate victims, ever, under any circumstance:


The teacher is 100% wrong, whether the kid liked it or not is irrelevant (in that regard anyway). Frankly, if you’re an adult teacher and you can’t stand your ground against middle school kids’ peer pressure, you’re probably in the wrong profession. However, having said that, I highly doubt this kid was “terrified.” I don’t think there is ANY correlation whatsoever to how he felt about the situation and what should happen to the teacher. The two are not connected in any way; she should be penalized in accordance with her school’s policies whether the kid loved it or hated it. But, as far as him being terrified and wanting a journal to write his thoughts in, yeah I doubt that. I’m surprised this article was written by a guy. Were you never in middle school? Every guy I asked (and I asked several) said they would love it. Now, I repeat, that has NO bearing on the fact that that nutbar teacher was 100% wrong. But I’m pretty sure that kid loved every minute of it. Very very very few 14 year old boys care about a new pencil or a journal to write in, over getting a full-contact lap dance from a willing adult woman. Sorry. But yeah that teacher needs to go.


Hell, this kind of crap should not be a crime!  It’s just crazy!


I tend to agree with you, though. Should she be disciplined, up to and including being dismissed? Yes. Should this be a criminal offense? Oh, for God’s sake. HONESTLY.


I’m sure a male teacher who gave a female student a lapdance that included putting his head between her legs would just be good clean fun, too, right?


And speaking of fun, the next story involves a woman arrested for offering to fellate a horse on Craigslist, and no, I am not making this shit up.

Naturally, the woman’s behaviour is excused or downplayed, because …. Oh, fuck, I have no idea why anyone would even attempt to justify it, but here we go:


This doesn’t really have to do with your point, but it’s weird to me that bestiality is considered such a “horrific crime” by most people. We do so much shit to animals without their consent, it’s weird to apply it almost exclusively to sex.


Touching a big slimy horse dick with your mouth is disgusting for sure, but I feel like people are overreacting.


And of course, the woman is the victim here!


Why post the photo of her except to attempt to publicly humiliate her, (not to mention potentially outing her as transgender,) and ostracize her from the community for the duration of her life? That’s pretty damn cold, bestiality aside.



One weekend, one man, and we have women sabotaging birth control, women suing dead children she herself killed, women lapdancing young boys, women sucking off horses and just to round things out, Schrayber reposted an article about how Lauren Cox should not be in Time’s 100 most influential issue, because she’s *gasp* not that influential.


Oh dear.  Something tells me Mark is in for a spanking Monday morning.  He appears to have missed the memo that women are not to be criticized, their bad behaviours are not to be pointed out and their disgusting sexual proclivities are not to be questioned.




Because the commenters demonstrate beautifully what a pack of hypocritical, contradictory, man-hating, apologist scumbags modern media feminists are.


I love it, personally!


Keep it up, Mark!  I think you should be editing Jezebel every day of the week!


Schrayber for editor! You’d get my vote. Well, as long as my huband approved, of course.


Lots of love,







33 Responses to “What happens when Jezebel lets a man take over posting for the weekend? Heh. Brilliance, quite frankly!”

  1. criticalmass April 27, 2014 at 13:28 #

    Ha ha, this is awesome!


  2. criticalmass April 27, 2014 at 13:31 #

    Reblogged this on Critical Mass.


  3. theasdgamer April 27, 2014 at 13:38 #



  4. judgybitch April 27, 2014 at 13:39 #

    Danke schon!

    They make it so easy!


  5. comslave April 27, 2014 at 13:45 #

    He’ll be lucky if he escapes without a public castration.


  6. Ferrum Itzal April 27, 2014 at 14:24 #

    Stuff like this just boggles my mind!


  7. ar10308 April 27, 2014 at 14:38 #

    If you want some flat-out hilarity, check out these Jezebel posts by AJ Daulerio (former EOC of Deadspin). He took over Jezebel for the 4th of July weekend back in 2010 to hilarious results.


    And then again in September of the same year.


  8. judgybitch April 27, 2014 at 14:40 #

    “We’re called lesbian shit-asses, you Italian-faced cockhole.”


    OMG too funny!


  9. ar10308 April 27, 2014 at 14:41 #

    I think the title photos of each post are perfect. So hilarious and condescending.


  10. Jim April 27, 2014 at 15:59 #

    “One weekend, one man, and we have women sabotaging birth control, women suing dead children she herself killed, women lapdancing young boys, women sucking off horses and just to round things out, Schrayber reposted an article about Lauren Cox should not be in Time’s 100 most influential issue, because she’s *gasp* not that influential.”

    Do these women hear themselves or even read what they’re typing? These harridans actually expect men to have relationships with them?


  11. FuzzieWuzzie April 27, 2014 at 16:38 #

    I have to echo Ferrum’s comment. JB, I do worry about you. Exposing yourself to all this rationalization of bad behavior has to have an effect on your sanity, not to mention bending your moral compass.
    How do you maintain balance in the face of all this insanity?


  12. judgybitch April 27, 2014 at 16:45 #

    I write this blog! It was much worse when there were only about three people in the world I could talk to this about – the rest would have thought me insane to even see a problem.


  13. Will Conley April 27, 2014 at 17:24 #

    This made my day.


  14. FuzzieWuzzie April 27, 2014 at 17:26 #

    JB, you’re better off than I am. There’s no one in real life that I can talk with about these issues. They just get dismissed out of hand.
    Thanks for writing.


  15. feeriker April 27, 2014 at 19:46 #

    The Femditor-in-Chief over there who let Shrayber take the reins for the weekend is probably going to be sentenced to summary crucifixion. What was she thinking?


  16. TheSuperRedneck April 27, 2014 at 20:52 #

    This is probably going to come across as odd, but bear with me. The first thing that came to mind when I read this was something that happened to one of the girls clubs when I was in middle school. This young female teacher was over the club which was supposed to teach “leadership skills” and things like that to the girl students. It was known as being a bit of a free-for-all where the girls just hung out and didn’t really do much leadership-building.

    That teacher moved half-way through the school year, and an older man (for some unknown reason) was put in charge of the club. Within a couple of weeks, he had organized a number of activities for them geared towards practical skills like learning how to cook, learning how to change a flat tire, learning how to give basic first aid, etc.

    The girls loved it, the parents complained that a man was in charge of it, and the club was eventually dismantled.


  17. Jim April 27, 2014 at 21:06 #

    I can imagine the PMS-style conniption she’s going to have. I’ll bring the popcorn.


  18. JBfan April 27, 2014 at 21:47 #

    A woman sues the parents of the child she killed over PTSD?

    I don’t want to live on this planet anymore 😦


  19. MC April 27, 2014 at 22:07 #

    They also assume that every 14 year old boy wants to bang all his female teachers, including the unattractive ones, which would be most of them.


  20. Spaniard April 28, 2014 at 13:53 #

    Women are not adults. They are a middle way between the man and the child.

    Schopenhauer said so. And Lou Marinoff agreed.


  21. Jim April 28, 2014 at 14:14 #

    We are living in a real life version of The Matrix.


  22. Jim April 28, 2014 at 14:16 #

    At 14 years old the idea of me banging my teacher was EXTREMELY gross! If one of them had sexually come on to me I would have been heading for the exits so to speak.


  23. Goober April 28, 2014 at 16:33 #

    I’m sure the point has been made, but I’d really love to see the response to the teacher-gives-a-lapdance article if the genders were switched and commenters were saying things like “I’m sure she liked it,” and “make it a criminal matter? HONESTLY!”.

    I think the internets would implode from the sheer weight of the pearl-clutching outrage.

    But since one of them commenters totally talked to several of her male friends, and to a person, they would have all thought it was totally cool that a teacher gave them a lapdance, it is, like, totes obvious that this particular boy did not feel any coercion, discomfort, or yes, even fear when his teacher, a person in a position of power over him, made overt sexual advances towards him and subjected him to a lapdance that he was powerless to either accept or decline under the circumstances.

    I’m certain that there were no social implications of this, too, and that his peers forgot about it the second it was over, and there weren’t any repercussions to his reputation or standing at school that he was powerless to either accept or decline under the circumstances.

    The fact is, feminism is a supremacist movement. They don’t want to hear about bad things happening to boys, like boys being left behind because of the feminization of the school system, or boys being coerced or outright forced into uncomfortable sexual situations by people in positions of power over them. They don’t want to hear about these things, not because they don’t think that those things happen, but because THEY DON’T CARE. To them, men are evil. Men are the enemy; to be mulcted for what can be gotten from them, and discarded as expendable oppressors when they’re done. Any evil thing perpetrated on a man is a good thing to them. Doubly so if the perpetrator is a woman, because PATRIARCHY.

    Radical feminism, like that espoused in places like Jezebel, is simple a supremacist movement, no different from any other supremacist movement. They delight in the harming of a boy in the same way that a Klansman would delight in the harming of a black person.


  24. Goober April 28, 2014 at 18:08 #

    Let’s see, 14 years old would be, what? Early 9th grade or late 8th?

    If a teacher, even an attractive one, had done this to me, i’d have been mortified, and I wouldn’t have enjoyed it in the least. Not only that, but think about the teasing and social consequences of this from other kids.

    Even my “hot” teachers were ten years older than me, minimum, and were way outside of my interest range at the time. It’d be like getting grinded by a 50 year old now – when I’m 50, i probably won’t mind, but I’m 34 right now, and I’m not interested. Sorry.

    I’d go so far as to say that to a dorky kid like me, that would have been pretty traumatic. I certainly would not have “enjoyed it”.

    But, like a man, I probably would have learned from it, and would have moved on and not let it bother me for the rest of my life.


  25. theasdgamer April 28, 2014 at 18:37 #

    Public sexuality is gross. I’ve had three experiences with women arranging for my hand to contact their “sweaty things” publicly and it has always repulsed me as an adult. How much worse for a child.


  26. Spaniard April 28, 2014 at 18:46 #

    Jezebel needs a shag. In order to relax.


  27. Goober April 29, 2014 at 17:11 #

    But all men are the same, don’t you know, and we would all be totally happy to have a teacher that is minimum ten to fifteen years older than us rub their naughty bits on us in public. Because Patriarchy, or something.


  28. Alex May 2, 2014 at 20:06 #

    The woman suing the dead child thing is a bit more understandable when you realize that:

    1. The kids were biking side-by-side in the middle of a dark country road in the dead of night; the driver was, by all accounts, blameless.
    2. The parents of the kid are suing the driver, the police, the government, and anyone else they can think of.

    I get the feeling that the drivers lawsuit is just a response to the parents lawsuit. It might seem callous, but I have little sympathy for the parents given that they themselves are acting like douchebags.


  29. Crimsonfalke May 4, 2014 at 17:58 #

    well said judgy


  30. Luke May 7, 2014 at 02:12 #

    Nah, Spaniard. Jezebel, like all gatherings of feminists, needs something else IMO. You know how (well, no, you wouldn’t, since I’m the only one who says it AFAIK) environmentalists should be barred from purchasing any fossil fuel product, anything made using fossil fuels (e.g., plastics/synthetics/food grown via fertilizers), or transported by fossil fuels? I’d like to see anyone joining any feminist group get automatic simultaneous admission to the Ellen Jamesians. (Latter is a “World According To Garp” reference.)



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