What Her Future Holds

Recently Emma Sulkowicz culminated her academic career by dragging a mattress to her graduation ceremony at Columbia.  One can find the backstory here and here.  The question is: Now that she has graduated with a degree in visual arts, what does she do next?  DisneyWorld?

Consider her employment potential.  If you were a business, would you want to hire her?  Probably one would think that she is a lawsuit waiting to happen.  Even if that does not happen, one would think that she might spread dissent among the workers.  And at the base level, would your business want the publicity of hiring her?  Besides, how many positions are there in visual arts?  Perhaps this whole affair is just a career move…

However there are two types of businesses that would probably embrace her: portions of the media (e.g. Jezebel) and non-profits (e.g. “charities”).  I am guessing that this is where she is headed.  She might even be the next Lena Dunham, stirring up controversy for personal benefit and to the detriment of society.

As for finding a boyfriend/husband, how might that go?  Probably in the circles that she will now run, there will be some guys who are “fully supportive”.  She might latch onto some of them, but they will probably never last.  Commenters, what do you project?

So in the end, she has both simultaneously broadened and reduced her prospects.  Do you believe that she played her cards right (from her perspective)?

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72 comments on “What Her Future Holds
  1. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    She is a lawsuit waiting to happen. That Columbia allowed her to carry her her mattress onstage fro graduation contrary to a publishes memorandum, strengthenes the suit against them.
    I don’t think anyone, not even Jezebel, is going to want her.
    As for remance, not on my own worst enemy. She will accuse again.

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  2. Farm Boy says:

    Well Fuzzie Bear, she is reasonably easy on the eyes.


  3. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Farm Boy,
    She is easy on the eyes due to her youth.
    Why is the back of my brain screaming at me that she is going to do this again?


  4. Yoda says:

    Symbology of mattress what would it be?
    Supposedly raped on it she was?
    Cross to bear it is?


  5. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Also, so big it cannot be overlooked or dismissed.

    That future stuents of Columbia will have to pay for Emma’s foolishness from the lawsuit isn’t fair to them.

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  6. SFC Ton says:

    She will go into the sjw bidness which can be lucrative and even qualify you to be president of what use go be the united states.

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  7. Sumo says:

    Well Fuzzie Bear, she is reasonably easy on the eyes.

    Farm Boy, my brother…..make an appointment with your optometrist.

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  8. poseidon740 says:

    In my head I can picture Peter Clemenza from the movie, Godfather One, saying to Sonny Corleone that Emma Sulkowicz went to the mattresses.


  9. She is young and foolish. In days past, elder women would have put a stop to it, for her own sake. That she was allowed or even applauded to be the poster child for a cause she doesn’t even understand, much less understand how she has sacrificed herself and future for it, is very sad. I wonder what she will think of her mattress act at say age 40?


  10. Otoh, there are many cats in need of a home. Looks like she will be able to take in many…

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  11. Hopefully she can support cats on whatever job she can find… Women’s studies prof may be her best bet…

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  12. poseidon740 says:

    “I wonder what she will think of her mattress act at say age 40?”

    I will venture to guess that she will continue to be proud of herself due to our culture advancing further and further into a pathological abyss.

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  13. As an elder woman, that would be my advice to her at this point, or maybe a name change, move far away? I wonder what monika lein ski would advise, considering how her story panned out? 15 minutes of infamy, lifetime of stigma…

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  14. Poseidon, I guarantee she will be a trivia question joke for life, she just doesn’t see it yet. At her age, girls think they know it all. They know nothing. Elder women used to protect them from such social suicide, now unfortunately it is applauded… But she will see, the herd moves on quickly, she will deal with the wreckage alone…

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  15. Cill says:

    “reasonably easy on the eyes” ??

    This is the face of a mean little mind, the type I avoid like the plague IRL:

    Nungesser’s parents’ full statement:

    “Our son’s graduation should have been a joyous moment for our whole family. We are extremely proud of Paul for graduating, even more so because of the harassment campaign he was subjected to. For over two years, he had to fight false accusations and a public witch-hunt, even though Columbia and the NYPD exonerated him.

    At graduation, Columbia University again broke its own rules and afforded Emma Sulkowicz a special exception. It was the second devastating experience in just a few days: last week, Columbia exhibited Emma Sulkowicz’s highly disturbing and extremely graphic drawings of our son publicly on campus.

    We have come to realize that at Columbia, not all are equal before its policy. What is the point of internal investigations if their outcome is not accepted? Instead those with better connections and more influence promoted a false narrative. While they failed at their goal of bullying our son into leaving this university, they have turned his life into a nightmare.

    Responsible for this nightmare is not just the woman, who received an academic degree for the attempt to shame Paul away from campus, but even more at fault is the University that conferred this degree. A university that bows to a public witch-hunt no longer deserves to be called a place of enlightenment, of intellectual and academic freedom. By failing to intervene in this injustice, Columbia ceases to be a place where critical thinking, courage and democratic practice are taught, learned and lived.

    Two years ago we would have never believed that one of the world’s most prestigious universities would not only allow such harassment but explicitly support it on its campus. This has been a deeply humiliating experience. We are very proud of our son for graduating from college, but our memory of it will always be tainted by Columbia’s wrongdoing.

    Karin Nungeßer & Andreas Probosch, May 20th, 2015”

    Sulkowicz is trouble. If any idiot goes near her in the future he deserves all the grief he most certainly will get.

    She will get work in HR or some other contrived SJW occupation.

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  16. Rollo has said before, and I agree, when this such rediculousness threatens the FI, women are egged on only to destroy their own lives, the herd will turn on a dime. Most too late, true. There will be many casualties. Those who can see are or have turned already…

    The elder women of the past two generations have failed the young women. They have advised them to adopt a completely unproven and now showing to be a detrimental life path to everyone, including women themselves.

    The emperess has no clothes…

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  17. HR? God help any man working at that company!!! 😦

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  18. No thanks for the mattress girl pic. I watched Candyman last night…mmm Virginia Madsen. Oh for a time machine. I’ll have to watch Dune tonight…mmm Princess Irulan.

    Some research needs to be done on analysing the eyes of women. I swear that the femeroid bleedership all have dead eyes. Eyes that are windows to their decaying, rancid souls.

    Back to happy thoughts…Must think of Virginia of 1984…mmm

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  19. Cill says:

    “the femeroid bleedership all have dead eyes”

    They do. Picture fish-eyed Harriet Harmen, or the fattie (she-who-may-not-be-named for fear of putting Fuzzy to flight) – think of any of them at all. They’re a dead-eye bunch, the lot of them.

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  20. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Thank you for not naming her but, it’s her photo that sends me into flight. In case someone else is tempted, here is the antidote.


  21. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    I have reaqd posts that have suggested to men that they should avoid employment at businesses that have HR departments.
    Emma is going to go home nad live with her parents indefinitely.

    Virginia Madsen? Hmmmmm……I just got through watching Fire Over England. Vivian Leigh looked good enought to land the role of Scarlett O’Hara.

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  22. @ fuzzie, since you bring up BlackWidow (like the part where she still kicks it even when tied to a chair! Spunky!) for a visual, this character looks all too eerily like the “Hercules” I have mentioned previous, including the arms, not kidding. Too as he’s such a dumbass, and hit on me while married, which led to his permanately off the list! Poor Hercules….

    Looks aren’t everything…


  23. Oops, photo link! Thor is the character


  24. Btw character is everything, at least in my book!


  25. Cill says:

    “I have read posts that have suggested to men that they should avoid employment at businesses that have HR departments”

    Good advice. They often try to interfere with my work. I get tired of it. The more laden down with feminism Western business gets, the more it suits China. Engineers and Architects prefer working in China. We can “express ourselves” and achieve more than we can in the West. In China we are refreshingly free of the anti-white-male burden that depresses us in the West. More and more of the non-feminist parts of the world are kicking the West’s ass in business. In their determination to destroy white men, feminists and SJWs are killing the goose that laid the golden egg.


  26. The Spunky Black Widow, you say. I’m sure that many a teen boy has boiled over, over that mental image. Spunky indeed.


  27. Liz says:

    I’m sure she could get a job in the military.
    They’d give her automatic whistleblower status, so she could start refusing to do anything right away, and probably have the speed dial set right to her representatives in Congress, and they’ll make it a federal offense to discipline her. Then she can show up on 60 minutes and someone will pay her for her story.

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  28. SFC Ton says:

    Eyes are the window to the soul and they have dead souls; the pinnacle of the various liberation theologies who’s only result is to destroy the joy, soul and life of God fearing White men. Of course those who embrace that cause are joyless and dead inside.

    That marx, he really hated honkies. Everything and everyone taking up his cause and the various branches are the walking dead themselves

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  29. Liz says:

    My money is on porn. She will do fetish porn…probably use that mattress.
    She could dress it up for the holidays.
    Blinking lights for the Christmas ‘special’ and so forth.

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  30. Cill says:

    “Blinking lights for the Christmas ‘special’ and so forth”

    Yeah Liz! She’d go to Japan and get them to custom-make a Nihonjin Love Mattress for her. It would sprout a cock at the push of a button and hump her around the floor like an Elephant Seal on steroids. Yeah!

    It would be an artistic performance, to complement the artistic lugging of the mattress around campus. She’d claim the mattress was made by white men.

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  31. Cill says:

    She’d suffer from Mattress Burn.
    Molestation by mattress.

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  32. missattempts says:

    Dear Tarn, or anyone else who might be interested:
    I appreciate you’re concern with my plight, but there’s no real way I could take
    up your advise and pay for someone to cuddle with me.
    Not only am I pathologically introverted, but so much damage has been done to my
    body from self-abuse, that I am an unpalitable candiate for close body contact with
    another person. I used to have such wonderful teeth, but I gradually lost many of
    them through eating sweets. Food was a compensation for lack of sex. I ate junk
    food by the bucketful. Being that I WAS such an excessive introvert, and scared to
    go out in the street, (Everybody noticed me, and made catcalls) I gorged on easily
    avaible food. This did extensive damage to my body. I have bad breath and a
    consistant low grade body odor that can’t be dispelled. While I am fortunate
    enough to have access to clean-up facilities (I have known many who were not
    so fortunate) the repulsion and all around “creepiness factor” cannot be dispelled.
    My chief difficulty is that “normal” people view me as a sub-human and make
    cutting comments, assuming that I don’t know what they’re saying. Believe me, I do.
    The best solution I can come up with is to be polite in the face of ridicule. They get
    used to you after a point. I can envision a lot of unpleasent ends for me in the future,
    so when the pain factor becomes unbearable, I will kill myself.


  33. Yoda says:

    If a Moehau Man Woman behaved in such manner, what would the Moehau Mans do?


  34. Yoda says:

    Would sammich making therapy be effective on her wonder I do.


  35. Liz says:

    “If a Moehau Man Woman behaved in such manner, what would the Moehau Mans do?”

    Smother her with the mattress.

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  36. Liz says:

    Oh, I said that out loud….that was actually my internal wish.

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  37. Cill says:


    Now that Molly is back with her parents, I live alone most of the time, many miles from the nearest neighbor. I have found animals to be very good companions. My 4-legged mates, Dog and Horse, are real friends. Dog is not too fond of touch, but he tolerates the occasional pat on the head and he lies close to me when I’m relaxing. Horse likes to lean his head against my chest and breath in my breath.

    I’m not sure what sort of animal would be best for the city – a small one probably, such as a guinea pig. When I was a kid, my best animal mate was actually a rat.

    Have you thought of an animal companion? You could find out how to look after it and put time into it to help to take your mind off things, maybe.

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  38. theasdgamer says:

    @ RPG

    As an elder woman, that would be my advice to her at this point


  39. theasdgamer says:

    @ Liz

    Smother her with the mattress. Oh, I said that out loud….that was actually my internal wish.

    “Women are not civilized like we are. They like bloodshed.” Charles Lodge, “Double Wedding (1937) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0028804/quotes?ref_=tt_ql_3


  40. Moehau Man says:

    “If a Moehau Man Woman behaved in such manner, what would the Moehau Mans do?”

    Yes well, if I dared to put that question to my people, the Moehau Man females would tar and feather me and run me out of the rugged Coromandel. As Mrs Moehau Man (my sagacious old mum) said, “There comes a level of disrespect where the Moehau Man females will dismiss their fear of the Kauri Club”.


  41. Yoda says:

    Married to dog you are?


  42. theasdgamer says:

    Mattress Girl could stow her mattress in the bed of my pickup. We could go on tour. Three shows a day.


  43. Yoda says:

    Oh, I said that out loud….

    Did that to you I did.


  44. Liz says:

    Some breeds of dogs are better with touch than others. Our beagle-chihuahua mix likes to be left alone (think that’s the beagle in him) our other dog (chihuahua and something else…no idea) LOVES to be held. I wouldn’t recommend chihuahuas because they tend to be mean to other dogs and people they don’t know. Yorkshire terriers are very ‘lovey’ too. I’m sure a pet store or vet would know.

    My advice, missattempts, is to start doing something productively healthy (intellectually/physically and/or emotionally) for yourself every day, and make it a habit. I would minimize my time on debate sites that aren’t uplifting. You mentioned some types of ‘new age’ things, if I remember correctly? Perhaps you know something about meditation? If you are out of shape, perhaps you could do some physically active activity every day (for instance for for walk for 30 minutes each morning, no matter what…or, if you can’t walk isometrics or calisthenics…anything active, I was in a wheelchair/crutches for two entire years of my life, I know it can be difficult). I suggest taking care of your mouth, too. Gum disease causes a LOT of problems…floss and swish with mouthwash. If brushing is a problem, use a cotton swab with an anti-bacterial mouthwash in it and swab the gums around the teeth. Start to eat right and give up the unhealthiest foods.

    In fact, I’m inspired to do the same for myself right now, and we’ll do this together okay?
    I have VERY unproductive habits (too many) that I need to get rid of, and there are a lot of positive, beneficial things that I could be doing. Ridding myself of the vices while doing beneficial things will give me a sense of constructive purpose the beneficial activities will become a habit. Every day I will do these things, for the next…say…month. You might have your own list, this one could give you an idea. These will be small changes, things I know I can stick with every day. Okay, until (looks at calendar) June 21st:

    1) I will do 20 minutes of meditation every day.

    2) I will go on the internet for only, at maximum, a total of 45 minutes each day.

    3) I will refrain from eating wheat (I’m allergic to the stuff, but it’s so damned good…but surely I can avoid it for one month).

    4) I will drink alcohol no more than one day per week and only two drinks at a maximum…okay, two days per week. Absolute maximum two drinks (either beer or wine only, no liquor) total.

    5) I will spend at least 30 minutes each day reading and learning something new, from a nonfiction book.

    6) I will either write three pages per day, five days per week, on my next novel. Or spend time editing the first one.

    Okay. It is done. Guess I have to get my happy ass off the computer now. I’ve already exceeded my daily limit!

    Good luck, missattempts.

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  45. Yoda says:

    OctoMom Pr0n she did.
    A visual art it is.
    Her own mattress head start it would be it would be


  46. Cill says:

    Good luck to Liz and missattempts

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  47. Cill says:

    I would join Liz and misattempts if I could, but…

    1) I will do 20 minutes of meditation every day.
    I’m not into meditation

    2) I will go on the internet for only, at maximum, a total of 45 minutes each day.
    I need to spend more time on Spawnyspace.

    3) I will refrain from eating wheat (I’m allergic to the stuff, but it’s so damned good…but surely I can avoid it for one month).
    No problem. Easy!

    4) I will drink alcohol no more than one day per week and only two drinks at a maximum…okay, two days per week. Absolute maximum two drinks (either beer or wine only, no liquor) total.
    Real stumbling block, this one. Truth is, I’m a merry fun-loving drunk.

    5) I will spend at least 30 minutes each day reading and learning something new, from a nonfiction book.
    Heh heh. I do this already in the course of my work.

    6) I will either write three pages per day, five days per week, on my next novel. Or spend time editing the first one.
    If I were to write my autobiography, the more I stuck to the truth the more people would disbelieve me.

    So, I’ll join Liz on #3 and #5
    Piece of piss, as we say in NZ.
    (meaning “should be real easy”)

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  48. Yoda says:


    Which is why the continued lionization of Sulkowicz has proven so instructive: It has made clear how utterly uninterested the feminist movement is in anything like an appeal to facts or common reason. It is a happy coincidence that Sulkowicz herself may be the best example of exactly this phenomenon


    if not the style, of her address in April to a group of Brown University students marking Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The speech, live-tweeted by students in attendance, included alarming, Jezebel-worthy taglines — “If we use proof in rape cases,” said Sulkowicz, “we fall into the patterns of rape deniers.”


  49. Yoda says:

    She is young and foolish.

    But attention she does have.
    For some, attention matters most it does.


  50. There is a post at Heartiste w a photo, someone anonmyusly put up large signs w photos of mattress girl and the caption “pretty little liar” and an explainstion that her allegations were false. he gave it the “shiv of the week” award!around the campus in the day of graduation. Interesting approach!


  51. Spawny Get says:

    *TRIGGER WARNING* Big red << You see Tarn? this is how it's done


  52. SFC Ton says:

    LOL feminists will never object to that my little green friend; that’s what the fantasize about


  53. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    I went there. The Daily Mail is worse that a grocery tabloid with all the pictures of celebrity women in dresses. Knowing that if it’s bad for women, it’s worse for men, it was revealed in the artile, too briefly, that their men are be ing beheaded in the street.
    Feminists are never going to touch this because they could care less about third world women. To add to that. There were no White, Christian, straight men involved.

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  54. Yoda says:

    I started thinking about what I’d observed with my friends’ relationships, and things my girlfriends would complain about regarding their husbands, and I realized that I wasn’t alone. Somehow, too many women have fallen into the belief that Wife Always Knows Best. There’s even a phrase to reinforce it: “Happy wife, happy life.” That doesn’t leave a lot of room for his opinions, does it?

    It’s an easy stereotype to buy into. Look at the media. Movies, TV, advertisements – they’re all filled with images of hapless husbands and clever wives. He can’t cook. He can’t take care of the kids. If you send him out to get three things, he’ll come back with two — and they’ll both be wrong. We see it again and again.

    What this constant nagging and harping does is send a message to our husbands that says “we don’t respect you. We don’t think you’re smart enough to do things right. We expect you to mess up. And when you do, you’ll be called out on it swiftly and without reservation.” Given this kind of negative reinforcement over time, he feels like nothing he can do is right (in your eyes). If he’s confident with himself and who he is, he’ll come to resent you. If he’s at all unsure about himself, he’ll start to believe you, and it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. Neither one is a desirable, beneficial outcome to you, him or the marriage.

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  55. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    I admire the way everybody handled Missattempts.


  56. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    One final dig from Emma Sulkowicz.

    Emma is going to cost Columbia University a lot of money. Not that he had a choice but, I wouldn’t want to shake her hand either.


  57. Farm Boy says:

    There is a new post


  58. Liz says:

    Cill: “So, I’ll join Liz on #3 and #5
    Piece of piss, as we say in NZ.
    (meaning “should be real easy”)”

    Hee hee. It’s a piece of PPP puss for you, Cill, because you are awesome! 😀
    I purposely used small(ish) goals for myself, to make sure I can do them. Set the bar too high and one is less likely to keep up with it (and that leads to ambivalence and disappointment in oneself). Even one thing…30 minutes activity per day, can change one’s life. As one progresses and that becomes a habit pattern and the body gets stronger the bar raises and goals are added.

    The internet thing is already killing me, btw…but I said I’d do it and I will. I won’t be throwing as many ‘likes’ out because I don’t have time to read. But, it must be done I spend way too much time on the web.

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  59. Liz says:

    “and that leads to ambivalence and disappointment in oneself”.

    Let me rephrase. The proper word would have been ‘insecurity’ there. Keeping one’s promises to oneself inspires security, violating one’s own promises creates insecurity. Typing faster than my brain is functioning this morning…


  60. One can make a lot of money as a professional feminist. But I think it’s not very in demand, so only a few feminists can make real money on it.


  61. Cill says:

    Rape accusation is a recipe for success in the barking mad feminist world. The flimsier the evidence and the greater the protest, the more the sisterhood will consolidate around the cause. The MSM will laud the accuser and trumpet the guilt of the falsely accused, ensuring his failure and her success and another nasty little victory for Feminism.


  62. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    I do hope that Nungesser’s award from his lawsuit against Columbia is made public and I hope that it is close to lifetime projected earnings.

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  63. Black widow. Heh. Every man should know the lyrics of this anthem.


  64. […] Emma Sulkowicz graduated, and that chapter of the drama closed.  But a very interesting part of that drama was the reaction […]


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