September 19, 2018
Yes, you read that right.
My first reaction was: the incels are learning.
A ‘fetishist’ pretended to have Downs syndrome so he could hire female carers to bathe him and change his diapers, police say. Paul Menchaca, 31, allegedly became aroused while being bathed by three different women he met on home help apps Carelinx and Care.com over the summer. The school crossing guard posted ads posing as a woman named ‘Amy’ who was seeking help for a loved one with Downs, and met the women at various locations near his home in Gilbert, Az.
That is pretty elaborate, like holy shit.
If we can just step back from the bizarreness of the situation, I think we can glean some valuable insight into the incel mind tho.
Those who recommend a trip to the brothel/strip club to cure incels are clearly not getting what this thing is about. If we are to extrapolate from this man’s case, it is clearly not so much about sex as like a whole caretaking thing. Like, these men want companionship and the loving attention of women. I don’t think it’s about sex – well everything is about sex at the end of the day – but no, this isn’t really, even if they think that it is, because, again, they could just go to a prostitute, but no, they don’t.
Everything except sex is about sex, I guess is what I’m trying to say.
One of the women, who did not wish to be identified, told ABC15: ‘He needed shower and grooming, he couldn’t use the bathroom himself, he couldn’t really be alone by himself. ‘He acted like a child; his whole demeanor was childlike. He would act in tantrums, talk like a child, act like a child.’ She said Menchaca would clap and smile while having his diaper changed – and branded the alleged pervert a ‘fetishist.’
But were the diapers full? THAT is the question.
Anyways, in the end, who really got harmed by this? Some dumb nurses got taken for a ride, some dude got his fetish fulfilled, and everyone had a good laugh.
I rate it 10/10.
Not the guy. He’s some Aztec. He needs to go back.
I rate his scheme a 10/10. Elaborate, well-thought-out, objectively hilarious.
Shame it didn’t work out.
Menchaca’s alleged scheme was rumbled after his first carer became suspicious and followed him to his actual home. There, she knocked on the door, and was told by Menchaca’s parents that he did not have Downs syndrome, and does not need diapers.
Hear that? She got suspicious. That he didn’t have Downs. That he, in fact, was just ugly.
Why are we treating this like a serious crime, even? People should get a pass on outlandish schemes like this. I mean, isn’t having this whole story posted online punishment enough? We all get to have a good laugh and the world keeps turning and the nurses in the area won’t fall for it again.
Like, what rule was even broken?
A man wanted his junk cleaned by frumpy nurses. Money was exchanged for said services. Everybody was keeping up their end of the bargain. Let diaper-guy walk. He’s going back over the wall eventually anyway.