Let it never be said we men of the Manosphere have no heart. I know the intent of the article was to explain how to pre-emptively strike down White Knights, but Mentu belied the fact he isn't an "evil," "mean," misogynist. He's a true man with a heart.
I will also dare to make another observation. The fact he (and other Manosphere men) actually do treat some girls nice really irks, if not, outright angers others. We're supposed to all be evil, right wing, sexists who just "plain hate women." So when we do treat women kindly and with respect it not only moots their argument, it shows them that we are DISCERNING and DISCRIMINATING with who we ply our attention, love, charity and kindness on. We have STANDARDS and REQUIREMENTS before we just give you "respect" or "affection." ie-what really pisses of some girls is that they have to earn it, they are not entitled to it.
It is this observation or difference that I don't think we highlight enough in the Manosphere. We (admittedly) really rake women over the coals. But those women are of the entitled, socialist, anti-freedom, feminist variety. We rarely speak highly of our wives, girlfriends, or (in Mentu's case) a nice, sweet college girl who is majoring in a REAL subject (surgeon). The girls who are not out to get us, who do support us, or are just plain nice girls deserving of respect.
Of course, I believe a lot of those women already know this, know who they are, and know deep down inside we love them, care about them and appreciate them. They, just as much as us, hate feminism, hate socialism, hate tyranny and hate hypocrisy. But I believe every once in a while we should highlight and point out the difference, point out our appreciation for them and remind them THEY are not the enemy. ie-that the nice med school college girl who Mentu deems worthy of clandestinely putting $20 bills in her pocket is much more appreciated than the drama queen sociology-majoring stripper who has random men putting $1 bills in her g-string.
Therefore I proposed an "Appreciation Day for Women of the Manosphere" where, we...uh....appreciate them....
How about we just make it bachelor-like easy and you just go buy a girl in your life (wife, grandma, mom, girlfriend, female friend) some flowers.