The Dunham-Kramer effect

Inspired by the Dunning-Kruger effect and this AG post by Vox:

Translated from the jargon, what that means is that there is solid scientific grounds for believing that leftists are too stupid to understand potential threats and too filthy to be repulsed by disgusting things.

Which one hardly needs any scientific evidence to correctly conclude as simple observation of the behavior of most left-liberals is sufficient to prove the case beyond any shadow of a reasonable doubt.

I had previously recommended that Lena Dunham be harpooned and processed for oil, but now I think that she may have some additional utility to science before her Innsmouth genes come to the fore and she shambles off to join the shoggoths deep under the sea. It seems to me that we could measure units of disgust in terms of a Dunham scale, similar to the Kelvin scale, with the null point absolute zero indicating a perfect Dunhamian left-liberal who is completely inert and incapable of being disgusted by anything except someone failing to toe the politically correct line du jour.

The science behind The Dunham Horror

Now, this is hardly news to anyone who’s heard of Anonymous Conservative. But the idea of an objective scale is an interesting extension. One can imagine real experiments by which amygdala activation data could be gathered in response to a common stimulus like, for instance, the Lena Dunham story:

If there is such a thing as actually abusing a child through excessive generosity and overindulgence, then Lena Dunham’s parents are child abusers. Her father, Carroll Dunham, is a painter noted for his primitive brand of highbrow pornography, his canvases anchored by puffy neon-pink labia; her photographer mother filled the family home with nude pictures of herself, “legs spread defiantly.” Self-styled radicals from old money, they were not the sort of people inclined to enforce even the most lax of boundaries. And they were, in their daughter’s telling, enablers of some very disturbing behavior that would be considered child abuse in many jurisdictions — Lena Dunham’s sexual abuse, specifically, of her younger sister, Grace, the sort of thing that gets children taken away from non-millionaire families without Andover pedigrees and Manhattanite social connections. Dunham writes of casually masturbating while in bed next to her younger sister, of bribing her with “three pieces of candy if I could kiss her on the lips for five seconds . . . anything a sexual predator might do to woo a small suburban girl I was trying.” At one point, when her sister is a toddler, Lena Dunham pries open her vagina — “my curiosity got the best of me,” she offers, as though that were an explanation. “This was within the spectrum of things I did.”

Kevin D. Williamson
Pathetic Privilege

If you aren’t a degenerate freak, your cortisol probably just spiked a little. If leftists did not monopolize all philanthropic research money (and money extorted from taxpayers), we might be able to measure these cortisol spikes versus self-reported politics. Oh well, right? Meanwhile, out here in observation-speculation-and-categorization land, one notes that a person may sink so far into little nihilistic bubbles that they are unable to comprehend disgust at all.

Lena Dunham, for instance, was quite shocked to learn that ordinary people think she is a bad person simply because she is an admitted child molester. Ed Kramer is another example:

The stories about Kramer, the sidelong glances and eye-rolling, the snickering behind his back were there almost from the start. What chum is to sharks, fantasy conventions are to teenagers, especially those who consider themselves misfits. Youngsters fill the gaming halls at Dragon*Con and are underfoot anywhere Magic cards are being traded. But for many that didn’t explain why Kramer had a constant coterie of boys seemingly wherever he went.”You’d go up to his suite to get passes or to talk to him and the room would always be filled with pre-pubescent boys,” Johnston recalls.

Mike Dillson, who served as Dragon*Con’s head of operations and security for nine years and oversaw a volunteer staff of 135, says Kramer “always had a legion of little boys following him around. ‘Ed’s boys’ — that’s what we called them.”


Consumed by his power in the industry, Kramer began to flaunt his depravity openly. Joe Christ claimed that he saw Kramer bring a very young boy to the adult-themed GothCon 2000. There, Kramer was physically affectionate with the boy in the way one expects to see from young lovers and not a nearly middle-aged man and a child. Before his death this was the incident Joe Christ pointed to that convinced him the rumors of Kramer’s pedophilia were true.

I’ve coined the term “Dunham-Kramer” effect to illustrate this phenomenon: eventually, a person’s inability to feel disgust becomes so prevalent that they forget other people can and do. The extent of their depravity actually blinds them to their depravity.

This will occur more often in libprog circles because, due to general amygdala maldevelopment, there are fewer checks on amygdala-damaging behavior (like general sexual deviance).


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4 Responses to The Dunham-Kramer effect

  1. Heaviside says:

    Where are the proper Hitler reaction images when you need them? I believe the Luftwaffe actually made a few reconnaissance flights to determine the feasibility of nuking New York. If only — it’s not like it’s part of America anyways.

    And her show is boring.

  2. Heaviside says:

    It occurred to me now that you also have to account for the fact that women don’t have an inborn sense of modesty or decency. All such standards have to be imposed on them from the outside, by men. Women are probably too intrinsically depraved to be affected by mild kinds of molestation. I imagine we would hear more stories like Dunham’s, if men weren’t horrified by the casual nature of women’s sexuality(as we should be).

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