Monday, February 27, 2012

Pinterest Bashing new sport of lonely male tech pundits

It's quite odd to see so many male tech pundits rushing to attack Pinterest, the fastest growing social network in the world.

Sexism? I think so. And the main complaint these frustrated, loveless tech pundits have is that Pinterest is so loaded with recipes, shoes, jewelry, and other female-oriented items.

But Pinterest was developed by three men: Ben Silbermann, Paul Sciarra, and Evan Sharp. The idea was to make a website that specialized in collections of items. Collecting, displaying, and interacting with other collectors is the basis of Pinterest.

Why are so many males being cruel and abusive toward Pinterest? Do these patriarchal pigs fear women? Do they beat up on Pinterest just like they love to punch their girlfriends or wives?

Do they feel more manly by scorning anything that women flock to? Are these macho dorks angry that nobody's paying any attention to them, ever since Pinterest invaded the scene?

Why don't they just go over to Gentlemint and strut around with their chainsaws and chili recipes, their flabby muscles and big trucks?

Watch your feeds. Note the male tech pundits who are jumping on the bandwagon of mocking Pinterest and anyone who likes Pinterest. Observe how abusive, insulting, and ugly they are getting. Their true misogynist colors are showing through, eh?

Pinterest Bashing -- practiced by insecure males who don't want women to have anything of their own in the web world.

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