Overpopulation is to blame, too many people can do the same job equally, so they will pick a good looking person to do the job 9 times out of 10.StoicNihilist said:Oh hell yeah. Employers are biased as hell against ugly or otherwise undesirable people. I've been called in for interviews, but as soon as they saw how ugly I am they cut the interview short and I never got a call back. I've gotten jobs before where my coworkers just straight up hated working with me. I was never rude or said anything bad to them. They could just tell I am a pathetic ugly incel and talked the boss into getting me "managed out". If you dont know what that is, its where they basically fuck with you so much and make working there so miserable you quit.
Rupaul is fake competition. Lion in nature is real competition. Peacock even is more real than RuPaul.Nojudgement said:I've definitely heard it's a tough game getting into some parts of the job market. Competition is real. What makes you say it's a fake competition though?lordoftheincels said:I think you are right tbh. Tried to get a job before, more than one time. It was super-competitive, just like the dating arena. Had to compete with dozens of other women and men.
I like old fashioned competition like in games, natural competition based on personal talent. I don't like artificial competition where its a fake competition where you have to hope to get randomly selected by some asshole.
Even worse is when they choose you based on an algorithm, making you take those long computerized tests where they ask invasive questions about your personality.
Also, if the algorithms are trying to figure out personality as it relates to team work and interaction, which are key in 95%+ of jobs, then how is that going against natural competition? Skills and talents should include anything that relates to the job, some of which are specific 'hard' skills (like programming, finance, maths, whatever) and some are 'soft' skills (leadership, teamwork, facilitation, negotiation etc.). All those skills are what people use to compete for the jobs that need them.
I grant you that the algorithm programming may be something that you could question or argue against, but the principle behind it is valid, even if it's a pretty soulless way to thin out the candidates.
RuPaul is a competition between males, where a fag who (supposedly) is not attracted to women, determines how beautiful of a woman you are. Completely arbitrary and determined based on how well you can suck up to the fag.
Lion in nature determined by how good of a fighter you are, how far you are willing to take it. Everything is determined by your skill, talent, direct, physical actions. If you can win at a fight you win the women. This is nature, skill based, talent based.
Peacocks is more similar to RuPaul, but it is still more objective than RuPaul. The most flamboyant peacock wins the girls. This is not arbitrary or determined by a fag.