Girls Dancing With Stanley Cups Video on Twitter / X and TikTok.

Girls Dancing With Stanley Cups Video / Why Don't Men Want Western Women?

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About

The Girls Dancing With Stanley Cups Video, also known as the White Women Dancing With Stanley Cups Video, refers to a viral video originally posted to TikTok showing a group of college-aged white women at a Chevron gas station dancing to the hip-hop song "Mr. Weatherall" by Young Hub City during Mardi Gras while holding Stanley Cup tumblers and Hydro Flasks. The video gained mass discourse and sparked a viral debate on Twitter / X when male users, seemingly a part of the Manosphere, reposted the video with the question Why Don't Men Want Western Women?, essentially using the video as evidence of "Western women" being non-traditional or non-trad.

Origin

On February 25th, 2024, TikToker[1] @mr.weatherall posted a video of many college-aged, white women dancing at a Chevron gas station in Louisianna during Mardi Gras to the song "Mr. Weatherall" by Young Hub City. Over five days, the video received roughly 8.6 million plays and 782,900 likes (shown below).

@mr.weatherall So Many Stanley’s 😅 #MrWeatherall #ChurchPoint #Louisiana #Stanley #StanleyCup #JohnEWeatherall ♬ Mr. Weatherall – Young Hub City

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The video was then reposted by X[2] user @Playboysparadox on February 26th, 2024, who captioned it, "'Why don’t men want western women?'" gaining over 42.4 million views and 21,000 likes in four days (shown below).


X[2] user @Playboysparadox's tweet gained backlash and criticism on the platform over the following days, evident in a quote posted by X[3] user @TheEcho13 on February 27th, who said, "Oh no girls having fun and being silly, I wish they would be stoic and dull and masculine so I didn’t have to witness feminine energy ever again," gaining over 40,000 likes in three days (shown below, left).

Alternatively, other male users agreed with @Playboysparadox, like X[4] user @_kruptos on February 28th, 2024, who said, "This is what deracination looks like. These people have no idea who they are. Dancing drunk in a gas station parking lot to culturally borrowed music and dances…" receiving over 1,500 likes in two days (shown below, right).


Echo -- @TheEcho13 Oh no girls having fun and being silly, I wish they would be stoic and dull and masculine so I didn't have to witness feminine energy ever again. @Playboysparadox. Feb 26 Chase Austin Girls, Confidence, Power "Why don't men want western women?" 2:45 8:52 AM Feb 27, 2024 1.4M Views κρυπτός @_kruptos 2:55 This is what deracination looks like. These people have no idea who they are. Dancing drunk in a gas station parking lot to culturally borrowed music and dances. They have no moral frame or community that checks their behavior, nothing that says, "no." From Chase Austin Girls, Confidence, Power ● Follow 8:26 AM Feb 28, 2024 297.8K Views

The discourse continued and became more involved in the following days, evident in a post shared by X[5] user @TomCokeIsABlunt on February 29th, who claimed that it was "Absolutely hilarious watching far-right women desperately try to make sense of the environment they spent years cultivating, and now find themselves stuck in," gaining over 40,000 likes in a day (shown below, left).

One of the screenshots included in @TomCokeIsABlunt's post was a tweet[6] shared by Liz Wheeler (an American conservative political commentator) on February 29th, 2024, who said, "Ok red-pillers, explain this to me. Is this bad because they’re dancing? Or dancing too sexually? Or holding alcohol? Or wearing jeans… Genuine question. Please be specific." Her quote gained over 25,000 likes in a day (shown below, right).


GAYS Glengarry Glenn Greenwald @TomCokeIsABlunt Absolutely hilarious watching far-right women desperately try to make sense of the environment they spent years cultivating, and now find themselves stuck in sexually? Or holding alcohol? Or wearing jeans? Or not at home making sourdough? Or are assumptions being made about their faith or desire for a family? Genuine question. Please be specific. Chase Austin. Girls, Confide... 2d "Why don't men want western women?" 9:07 PM. Feb 29, 2024 1.6M Views lec This? Of all the reasons, girls dancing with backpacks on is the reason men don't want women in the West? Okay then Chase Austin • Girls, Confide....2d "Why don't men want western women?" 2:57 x : Liz Wheeler @Liz_Wheeler Ok red-pillers, explain this to me. Is this bad because they're dancing? Or dancing too sexually? Or holding alcohol? Or wearing jeans? Or not at home making sourdough? Or are assumptions being made about their faith or desire for a family? Genuine question. Please be specific. 2:53 Subscribe Chase Austin • Girls, Confidence, Power @Playboysparadox. Feb 26 "Why don't men want western women?" 5:16 PM. Feb 29, 2024 3.9M Views

Similar posts that criticized Liz Wheeler's tweet,[6] and other tweets shared by female conservative political commentators about the video, also surfaced on Reddit, such as a post shared by Redditor[7] Vctoria_R to the /r/LeopardsAteMyFace sub on March 1st, 2024, which received over 2,200 upvotes in eight hours (shown below).


Posted by u/Vctoria_R 8 hours ago 2.2k "Help, I spent my entire adult life telling other women that they're wh*res and now all the men around me are doing it and I feel sad!" Allie Beth Stuckey @conservmillen. 2d This? Of all the reasons, girls dancing with backpacks on is the reason men don't want women in the West? Okay then Chase Austin • Girls, Confide...♥.2d "Why don't men want western women?" 2:57 741 193 * 2.7K il 636K ↑ Liz Wheeler @Liz Wheeler 3h Ok red-pillers, explain this to me. Is this bad because they're dancing? Or dancing too sexually? Or holding alcohol? Or wearing jeans? Or not at home making sourdough? Or are assumptions being made about their faith or desire for a family? Genuine question. Please be specific. Chase Austin • Girls, Confide... 2d "Why don't men want western women?" 2.2K 191 2.2K il₁1 763K F x

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Hard Pass @HardPass4 This man has never been to an SEC school on gameday and it shows. O Chase Austin Girls, Confidence, Power "Why don't men want western women?" 2:44 ● offee/ten 10:42 AM. Feb 27, 2024 65.4K Views @Playboysparadox · Feb 26 ... The Cheerful Millenial @coolp1np I do think it's funny how they all have their cups Chase Austin Girls, Confidence, Power @Playboysparadox · Feb 26 "Why don't men want western women?" 2:53 7:23 AM Feb 29, 2024 311.5K Views ... Amber "Berry" Carr @bloodberry_tart this video made me realize you could put your booze in your double walled water bottle and keep it cold the whole time you party. women are so smart Chase Austin Girls, Confidence, Power "Why don't men want western women?" 2:43 ● SAMBO 12:31 AM. Mar 1, 2024 26.5K Views @Playboysparadox. Feb 26 comfy @ihatethiskid How many times do we have to go over this? You losers get no bitches Chase Austin Girls, Confidence, Power @Playboysparadox · Feb 26 "Why don't men want western women?" 2:37 10:17 AM. Feb 29, 2024 29.5K Views ... christoph @Halalcoholism Progressives rightly get mocked for seeing mundane things and finding them deeply problematic, but what is this other than the trad right's own version of the same? This doesn't seem psychologically healthy to me. • Is encouraging women to flaunt their sexuality the best way to honor women's sexuality? • Does this honor women in general? And most importantly... MG 2:45 • Does the Bible authoritatively get to tell men Chase Austin • Girls, Confidence, Power "Why don't men want western women?" 7:43 PM. Feb 28, 2024 141.7K Views Chase Austin Girls, Confide....1d "Why don't men want western women?" leg : @Playboysparadox · Feb 26 Hannah Berrelli @HannahBerrelli Don't dance. Don't laugh. Don't socialise. Don't express joy. Stand still. Be blank. Be an object. Chase Austin Girls, Confidence, Power @Playboysparadox · Feb 26 "Why don't men want western women?" 2:43 5006990 30063 КАМВО 11:41 AM Feb 27, 2024 1.7M Views ...

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Kommando_Kaijin
Kommando_Kaijin

'ate drunks
'ate partying
'ate blind conformity
'ate trend chasers
'ate Tik-Tok users
'ate huge crowds
'ate college kids
'ate loud music

'Luv peace an' quiet
'Luv small gatherings
'Luv bein' alone
'Luv individuality
'Luv stayin' sober
'Luv music at a reasonable volume
'Luv quiet neighbors
'Luv stayin' in

Simple as.

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MCC1701
MCC1701

I'm way too out of the loop on what is going on to decipher even half of this.

If asked what I thought of the women in the original video I wouldn't really have any strong objections and don't see much "wrong" with it. However if asked if I'd be interested in any of them I'd probably give a hard pass. Similar reasons I avoid tiktok, it all just seems really vapid and fine for those that like it, but I rather not have that in my life. The showing off of Stanley cups also reeks of blind conformity and trend chasing, absolutely nothing new but something I've never liked.

I do like to see if there are any nuggets of truth buried in these controversies and I may have found one. One critical post mentioned a lack of identity and dancing to "borrowed music" while another defending post compared it to women dancing and celebrating in other cultures. I'll admit this feels more like an imitation or parody of those celebrations, perhaps trying to fill a cultural void? In case the above wasn't clear I don't personally care apart from an anthropological stance, IDPOL is cancer. To preempt certain opinions I don't think it's from the US being a cultural melting pot as cultures and traditions have survived and evolved for hundreds of years here. This could be a slow blowback from the puritanical traditionalists who viewed dancing as a whole immoral(blowback itself to the 20s?). I think however this probably just indicative of "college culture" which itself is fleeting and ephemeral.

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