August 17, 2018
This the new face of skank hate.
Everyone knows that the biggest problem within the world of vidya – and the internet at large – is that smarmy women are ruining everything with their nonstop meddling.
The most eminent men of our times have advocated for a strict “caging” policy in order to regulate the IRL behavior of women, but since these cages presumably receive WiFi, this wouldn’t stop their online rampage.
It’s time that men of renown, like Fortnite streamer Ninja, come together to forge a virtual cage to curtail women’s harmful online behavior.
“I don’t play with female gamers,” says Tyler “Ninja” Blevins, Twitch’s biggest streamer and one of the faces of the Fortnite fandom. This edict may be surprising to hear, especially as emphatically as Blevins said it when we spoke at a recent Samsung event.
Create a barrier of solidarity around these twitch thots – neutralize their poison.
The only way to stop them is to totally disengage. #BoycottTwitchThots.
Though Blevins isn’t shy about being married, and his more than 10 million subscribers include people of every gender identity, the internet’s love of gossip has convinced the Twitch star not to invite women to participate in his Fortnite Battle Royale livestreams. With fame comes scrutiny of every thing you say or do, he suggested, and that can sometimes lead to questions about who you’re sleeping or flirting with on the sly.
You just know that whenever women get involved in anything, everyone starts getting bogged down in stupid drama. The community stops being about videogames or whatever and now spirals around insipid female sexual intrigue.
When you got bitches, you got drama.
“If I have one conversation with one female streamer where we’re playing with one another, and even if there’s a hint of flirting, that is going to be taken and going to be put on every single video and be clickbait forever,” Blevins told Polygon.
After the cunt commune got a whiff of Ninja’s anti-skank policy, they raised a mountain of endless whining about it.
"hey ninja, women have a harder time growing as streamers cause they're harassed endlessly and not taken seriously, how're you going to use your huge platform/audience to help?"
"well my plan is to completely ignore them all because there might be some little rumors."
— Riley J. Dennis (@RileyJayDennis) August 11, 2018
Whether it’s Mike Pence or Ninja, when men with power in a field refuse to associate with women in that field, it normalizes gender discrimination and hurts women. https://t.co/PUoNqjXZs1
— Carolyn Petit (@carolynmichelle) August 11, 2018
Your means of protecting your marriage harm women as a whole. You never said anything to belittle them but your decision to not play with them gives in to the demeaning sexualization of women that curses them to be seen as nothing more than sexual objects all the time
— Sadaf Rafi (@sadafrafii) August 11, 2018
Last word on this:
I am not blaming Ninja for trying to protect his family.
But going into an interview, in front of an audience of millions, and saying Women are Not Allowed in My Gaming Space is wrong.
It’s keeping women and men segregated in gaming space. It’s Not Okay.
— bluejay (@bluejay_712) August 12, 2018
Segregating men and women in ANY space is more than okay – it’s trad AF, and in agreement with the precepts of White Sharia. Women know that if men are allowed to have their own male-only spaces, we’ll quickly figure out how nice and peaceful it is.
No drama here.
Skanks can’t have that.
After this unrelenting flood of female tears, Ninja made a statement which actually doubles down on his position.
Please read. pic.twitter.com/egfplBQFYD
— Ninja (@Ninja) August 13, 2018
He’s just reiterating that having women in any community just creates a total shitshow, and he ain’t havin’ none of that.
I hope more streamers will step forward and vow to cast women out of the streaming community, like Ninja bravely did here.
If none of us engage with these broads, then their power over our communities will be reduced to nothing and peace will once again reign in the galaxy.