Frivorce — Part IV


Many an author through the years have suggested that women have just a bit of cray-cray in them.  And there are probably good reasons that they suggest this.  Undoubtedly a good portion of the Patriarchy existed for the reason of reining in this cray-cray.  The Patriarchy no longer exists, and the cray-cray of women is now indulged.

Women undoubtedly can sense their cray-cray as it comes bubbling up.  In times past, they would need to keep it under control, as their marriage prospects / current marriage depended on it.  This situation is no longer the case,  Many men are so desperate that they will marry cray-cray (perhaps some do not know what non-cray-cray looks like).  And it is after the marriage ceremony that that the flowering takes place; for there is no longer any reason at all for a woman to keep it totally in check.  So it starts coming out more, bit by bit.  But there is no problem here.  She can frivorce him and be financially rewarded for doing so.

And women do just that.  Frivorce, and collect cash and prizes.  And then they no longer need to keep whatever mental issues they have under control at all. So out come neuroses, BPD, NPD, etc.  in the worst case, and more minor issues in the typical case.  And if the husband during the marriage pointed out the various mental issues that she was having; well then, out the door sooner he goes (perhaps this is a blessing in disguise).

So in conclusion, one might suggest that the biggest enabler of mental issues is no-fault divorce.

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77 comments on “Frivorce — Part IV
  1. Yoda says:

    Unhappy the women must be,
    for they comment not

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  2. blurkel says:

    a good portion of the Patriarchy existed for the reason of reigning in this cray-cray.

    This would be the feminist meaning by using this homonym, as “reign” means to rule. Feminists can only see patriarchy and male dominance, so this would be their meme.

    I’m sure you intended to use “rein”, as in control. One would prefer to “rein” in one’s horse and not “reign” it in!

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    A few days ago, Liz related the story of a nursing collegue of her’s that was cray-cray and on her third husband with three kids in tow. I blew a gasket. It’s like there is no limit to what society will take from these bimboes.

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  4. Yoda says:

    “Bimbo” strong word from bear it is.
    Really hot under the collar one must have been

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  5. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    I think that most people are beginning to run out of patience with all this foolishness. I hope that we are seeing indicators of peak feminism.
    As for whee the girls are, they may be with families.

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  6. Yoda says:

    perhaps some do not know what non-cray-cray looks like

    Wonder how often this happens I do.

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  7. Yoda says:

    Wonder what percentage of frivorces have significant cray-cray I do.

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  8. Yoda says:

    Women undoubtedly can sense their cray-cray as it comes bubbling up

    True this is?

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  9. Liz says:

    “Women undoubtedly can sense their cray-cray as it comes bubbling up

    True this is?”

    True in a manner of speaking.
    One can know (or highly suspect) oneself is crazy, and still be crazy. Just as one can know oneself is paranoid but this doesn’t necessarily reduce the paranoia.

    Sons are a LOT easier, but even they go through some sort of angry outbursts from time to time that they can’t seem to control or understand (and then they’ll go punch the bag or run or bike or something to work it off).

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  10. Liz says:

    Every time I hear someone’s marriage is in trouble becuase the wife is crazy the first thing I ask is if they are on the pill (or have depo shots or anything like that).

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  11. blurkel says:

    @Liz

    While the psychological effects of hormonal birth control are well-documented, it has become the cover for the naturally-occuring variety.

    As I was growing up, birth control was still in the labs. My mother would cause major drama EVERY month like clockwork. As the eldest of seven, I know there was no birth control in use. I look back now and wonder how my father avoided mental illness for as long as he did (SPOILER: this is covered in my upcoming post. Send the children to another room and close the door.).

    As I am now older and more experienced with the female cycle and its effects, I can look back and see the crazy, and understand better why some things happened as they did. That doesn’t make me any less angry about them.

    To her dying day, my mother could not fathom the destruction she wreaked upon me, my father, and my siblings. She’d be sorry as all get out, but understanding that SHE caused it never occured to her. All she wanted was the free pass Christians all believe they have for anything they do: forgiveness after expressing contrition.

    I hope she got what she sought now that she’s dead. She left her mess for the rest of us to manage as best we can.

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  12. Liz says:

    I’m sorry blurkel, that’s awful. 😦
    I have no doubt hormones make women crazy. Natural ones do, and unnatural ones do…but it’s pretty easy to stop taking artificial ones and see what happens. I was completely insane on birth control pills. A totally different person. Fortunately we threw those away early on (it was pretty obvious what the problem was). I’ve seen some really really negative effects with depo shots. I don’t even want to think about what those would do to me.

    Here is me on birth control pills (I’m the monkey):

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  13. I would agree all women be cray cray to a certain degree. Or what seems like cray cray to the male mind. I try to keep my emotions in check, for example, but I can still get spun out and obsess over something someone says or struggle w anxiety when under stress that only immobilizes me more. Women, or at least from what I have seen, can be capricious, blown from this emotion to that, hanging in the wind. And i am a pretty easy going, happy one so i can only imagine how more intense gals might be. Add hormones about 2 days before Aunt Flo visits and then I can find myself wanting to throw cars across the yard over things that normally would be a 3 on a 1-10 point scale. It’s like emotions are turned up to high and even after years (what 25+ in my case?) it can still take me by surprise and instead of logically knowing “oh here it is again” I will only realize it after the fact, then feel very embarrassed for making such a fuss over whatever. The bpd/npd/bipolar etc crowd are a whole other scary level of bunny boiling cray cray and even scarier they can hide the cray cray much better initially vs your garden variety cray cray so they may seem “not like that” when in fact they are worse than that tenfold. I hate to say it but dealing w women will mean dealing with this strange way the female mind works. Women can be aware of it and try to keep a cap on it, but not totally control or make it go away. Men who can act like an emotional buffer or anchor or whatnot, who just see “ok she’s spinning so I am going to be the calm in the storm here” do better than those who don’t maintain composure during such moments. Engaging in conflict or trying to lecture or reacting to her emotional state will escalate things vs a stoic but compassionate (if deserved) approach, kindof like “there there it’s all going to be ok, just quiet down, shhhh” where he clearly owns the frame and is displaying self control/dominance over his emotions. This usually leads to the woman handing him the emotional reins and trusting him to lead her out of the storm. If she does not feel this she’ll just escalate and the spin will increase. If a gal is not settling, the frame is not strong enough. Not that it’s men’s “fault” but it’s part of dealing w women. And as a woman I will say it sucks to be so emotionally mercurial. When a man shows calm rather than reacts, it settles me almost immediately. Men like that are rare. Most are blue pill and are just either supplicating to the moment or reactive, neither showing frame control. It’s kind of like The Horse Whisperer concept.

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  14. Btw I am not trying to justify frivorce, I am trying to explain how a gal who is spinning and spinning can work herd elf up to that.

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  15. Liz I did not have the emotional stuff w the pill or maybe I did but didn’t put it together? Haven’t taken it for 10+ years. I never did depo but friends who did had to be put on Prozac and even so were still not the same emotionally after the shot for a long time.

    Liz you mentioned Mike calms your anxiety, can you describe that?

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  16. Yoda says:

    I can find myself wanting to throw cars across the yard

    Now you know why there are female Jedis not.
    Female Sith also exist not.
    Ask Darth Maul one can.
    Notice that Darth Maulette it is not.

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  17. Liz says:

    “Liz you mentioned Mike calms your anxiety, can you describe that?”

    I’ll have to think about it, bloom. I’m not sure if my anxiety is hormone related though. It isn’t something that’s directed at others, it’s more like social apprehension. I’d say I actually had less apprehension on the pill. Probably far less.
    Mike just calms me with his presence…like, “it’s okay, everything is going to be alright.”

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  18. Liz says:

    Thinking further, I’m definitely a little nutter with the anxiety…but it’s a different sort of nuttery. A docile sort, not an angry sort. Maybe it’s testosterone deficiency. 😛
    I’ll give an example. Yesterday I went to a function where I was a DV. I did not park in the DV lot because there were people in uniform there and I didn’t want to draw attention to myself. I parked four blocks away. Then I felt underdressed because I was in jeans and a blouse instead of a dress….often these things are in hangars and very casual, this one was at the base gym so who knew? But basically every civilian was dressed up. Excellent. Of course I’m ushered to the very front row…more anxiety. Oh, fuck. Fortunately there was a woman next to me in her 90s and my social anxiety started to wear off as I worried with all the stands to attention that she would fall either during standing or trying to sit back down in her folding chair. At that point I was very very glad I was jeans and kind of took a nursing stance waiting to catch her. All was well and we had a great conversation after.

    Anyway, the only thing that helped me through that before something changed my focus was Mike standing at attention pretty far away and doing that “Heya/Parade rest” or whatever.
    I guess this makes me sound like a nutty clam. Fortunately no one seems to know this about me except Mike and the people I post anonymously to online. 🙂

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  19. Darth Maul says:

    Now you know why there are female Jedis not.
    Female Sith also exist not.

    HUMAN female Jedi & Sith, maybe – Aayla Secura, Shaak Ti, Ahsoka Tano, Asaaj Ventress, Darth Talon are all female. Not being human, though, perhaps they don’t have that same bio-crazy predisposition.

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  20. Darth Maul says:

    Ventress has her own form of cray cray, though. I swear that chick is a closet feminist.

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  21. Tarnished says:

    …and instead of logically knowing “oh here it is again” I will only realize it after the fact, then feel very embarrassed for making such a fuss over whatever.

    Why consistently realize after this fact you do? Way to anchor oneself, there is not?

    Mike just calms me with his presence…like, “it’s okay, everything is going to be alright.”

    Do this for my lover I do. Needs to vent, have feelings validated, and hugs/hand holding he does. Stomps his foot every now and then, yes. But takes my advice and calms down he does.

    Strange it is how me and mine are reversed. Lucky we are to have found each other. Put up with our oddities others may not…

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  22. Yeah tarn I maybe in the past five years can logically think “wow this seems excessive, maybe I am hormonal” but not every time, it still sneaks up on me sometimes. To clarify I don’t rage or anything, throwing cars is a hyperbole, but I do get more spun up, take stuff too seriously, worry more, less ability to roll w stuff than usual, etc. I hear some ancient civilizations had a village cray cray Hut for those few fays. Might not be a bad Ida!

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  23. Liz says:

    Tarn: “Do this for my lover I do. Needs to vent, have feelings validated, and hugs/hand holding he does. Stomps his foot every now and then, yes. But takes my advice and calms down he does.”

    Just to elaborate my anxiety isn’t like foot stomping, it’s more like paralysis.

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  24. Tarnished says:

    Just to elaborate my anxiety isn’t like foot stomping, it’s more like paralysis.

    Literal foot stomping I do mean. Literal paralysis you speak of?

    To clarify I don’t rage or anything, throwing cars is a hyperbole, but I do get more spun up, take stuff too seriously, worry more, less ability to roll w stuff than usual, etc.

    If Bloom threw cars in non hyperbolic way, her autograph I would want. She-hulk she would be, but not green and not a lawyer, hmm?

    I hear some ancient civilizations had a village cray cray Hut for those few days.

    Speak of Native American “Moon Lodges” you do. Held in high esteem such women were. Mysterious and sacred it was, that women could bleed for days but not die. Not nearly as taboo as now it was. Sad that this has changed it is.

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  25. Liz says:

    “Literal foot stomping I do mean. Literal paralysis you speak of?”

    Severe social anxiety. I’ve never lost the use of my limbs, but I’ve passed out, hyperventilated, and shaken uncontrollably. Never actually at a social occasion, but I’ll have panic attacks before them. Sweating profusely, nervous shakes, and so forth.

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  26. Tarnished says:

    Panic attacks I am familiar with. Wake up to them after nightmares I sometimes do. Suck mightily it does.

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  27. Yoda says:

    Tarn speaking Yodish she is.
    Wonder why this would be

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  28. Yoda says:

    How much cray-cray attributable to hormones wonder I do

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  29. Tarnished says:

    Missed the wisdom of the Yodas I have. Speak Yodish to entice further conversation I do. 🙂

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  30. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I did hear from a commenter who grew up in Japan that hormonal birth control was not allowed until 2001. To this day, it is not popular.

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  31. Tarnished says:

    How much cray-cray attributable to hormones wonder I do.

    And why they affect everyone the same they do not.

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  32. Yoda says:

    I did hear from a commenter who grew up in Japan that hormonal birth control was not allowed until 2001. To this day, it is not popular

    Why take it if one has sex not?

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  33. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    Tempted to think little green pills you had taken.

    Real identity darth Maul curious it make me.

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  34. Yoda says:

    And why they affect everyone the same they do not.

    And why do some people speak Yodish and others do not?

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  35. Yoda says:

    Real identity darth Maul curious it make me

    A Sith he is.
    Know this all that required it is.

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  36. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    Many benefits are claimed.
    Validity a little dubious Iam.
    To control acne popular excuse this is.

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  37. Tarnished says:

    And why do some people speak Yodish and others do not?
    Unable to achieve greatness they are.

    Tempted to think little green pills you had taken.
    Uneducated I am.
    What green pills these would be?

    Why take it if one has sex not?
    Prevents nausea, vomiting, crippling pain, and migraines for my sisters it does. But still have acne they do…

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  38. Cill says:

    Yodish Tarn’s and my first language it would be not.
    Pidgin Yodish we sometimes speak.
    More familiar with the tongue of the rugged Coromandel I would be.

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  39. Moehau Man says:

    Yes well, the Moehau Mans of the rugged Coromandel have no need to speak with funny foreign accents. We use the Kauri Club in lieu of semi-colons. “And periods”, Mrs Moehau Man (my learned old mum) yelled out just then.

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  40. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    little green pills for talking like our little green friend they help?

    Yoda,
    To take you away from cooking large pot of green healthy soup I apologize.
    That with sandwiches made by Mrs Yoda haptyy Padawans make.

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  41. Moehau Man says:

    Yes well, in the moon cave Mrs Moehau Man (my periodic old mum) for the next day or so I reckon will be.

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  42. Yoda says:

    Perhaps time for Bear video it is.

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  43. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    I posted this yesterday to cheer up one of SSM’s daughters. She nearly got sick watching a graphic video of an animal being cleaned. I did say that , in spite of high tension, everything turns out Ok.

    I hope that I didn’t screw up.

    BTW, spinich in soup would be a good ingredient.

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  44. Yoda says:

    http://hotair.com/archives/2015/09/14/hillary-to-sexual-assault-accusers-you-have-the-right-to-be-heard-the-right-to-be-believed/

    She lauded the Obama administration’s work on the issue and promised to carry the torch if elected president. The White House launched the “It’s On Us” campaign last year targeted at ending sexual assaults on college campuses and authored a “Dear Colleague” letter in 2011 that spelled out the Department of Education’s views on schools’ responsibility to combat the issue.

    “I want to send a message to all of the survivors,” she said.

    “Don’t let anyone silence your voice, you have the right to be heard, the right [to] be believed, and we are with you as you go forward.”

    “Right to be believed” they do have.
    Even when lie they do?

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  45. Agree Monika right to talk about her college sexual experiences she had? Hummm

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  46. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I thought that some of us might get a kick out of this.

    From the same youtuber,

    What got me worried about her was that I realized that she was trying to lay grounds for peer to peer sexual harrassment suits.

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  47. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    So Hillary wants to take the fembots’ side on rape hysteria. So much for any oath to “preserve, ptotect and defend the Constitution>”

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  48. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    You would think that if fembots only cared about advancing women, they wouldn’t care a fig about an issue like this that is not even technologically feasible today. I have to conclude that they want to harm men more than any other stated objective.

    http://theantifeminist.com/uk-feminist-launches-campaign-to-outlaw-sexbots/

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  49. Liz says:

    Hillary is sinking, thank HOLY GOD. If she doesn’t get the nomination this year it’s the end for her. I’m hopeful. She has to promise everything to keep the voter base she is losing. Next, she’ll say she’s gonna put a tax on pretty.

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  50. SFC Ton says:

    Once again I reckon the problem isn’t women be cray cray but men are taught women are rational mature adults, more of both then men. That’s why men try to deal with women logically vs maintaining an adult vs child frame. When you understand they are 13 year olds with (sometimes) better verbal skills, things fall into place on their own

    Personally I think hilliary will be an excellent potus. She will finish wrecking the yankee progressive experiment now called america and I think it’s fitting non Whites and women be the figure head of leadership for the dying “republic” as trying to make them equals has done at least 50% of the wrecking

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  51. Cill says:

    Fuzzy video 15 September, 2015 at 3:39 a.m. wtf is feminist!?

    A wannabe student puts herself forward as a BARRISTER for no better reason than that she’s a woman? The same shit happens in my profession, civil engineering. To put it as politely as I possibly can: What Utter.Fucking.Crap.

    “their fixation with the trivial seems to be a way to give their meaningless existence some relevance.” Truth.

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  52. Liz says:

    OMG Fuzzie, that Gal Qaeda video is great. LOL

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  53. Liz says:

    Wow (still watching it) this woman is truly a piece of work. A piece of shyte work. They need to change the name of the crapper, the douche, and toilet paper to proudman.

    As in: “Do you have any proudman in your stall? I took a huge proudman and am out over here…”

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  54. Yoda says:

    From Fuzzie Bear’s link,

    Dr Richardson, a robot ethicist at De Montfort University in Leicester, wants to raise awareness of the issue and persuade those developing sex robots to rethink how their technology is used.

    “Sex robots seem to be a growing focus in the robotics industry and the models that they draw on – how they will look, what roles they would play – are very disturbing indeed,” she told the BBC.

    She believes that they reinforce traditional stereotypes of women and the view that a relationship need be nothing more than physical.

    “We think that the creation of such robots will contribute to detrimental relationships between men and women, adults and children, men and men and women and women,” she said

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  55. blurkel says:

    @SFCton

    …men are taught women are rational mature adults…

    I can confirm that my father believed this. We’d had this “talk” about how women are such gentle creatures after a girl tried to scratch out my eyes for some reason I still don’t know. We had “another” after my mother dislocated my jaw with a right cross over an issue which a “rational, mature adult” would have handled very much differently. I still have serious TMJ!

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  56. Liz says:

    “We had “another” after my mother dislocated my jaw with a right cross over an issue which a “rational, mature adult” would have handled very much differently. I still have serious TMJ!”

    That sucks, blurkel. 😦

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  57. blurkel says:

    The Book of Replies:

    @fuzzie

    I hope that we are seeing indicators of peak feminism.

    This is probably coincidental, but I note the clothing and hairstyles becoming popular echo the last pre-lib years, roughly from right after WWII to maybe the mid 1950s.

    @Bloom

    I hear some ancient civilizations had a village cray cray Hut for those few fays. Might not be a bad Id[e]a!

    I doubt even Donald Trump could build one big enough! Besides, who would police such a place, Moehow Man and his kauri klub? He’s need someone to watch his back!

    @fuzzie

    I have to conclude that they want to harm men more than any other stated objective.

    By their actions shall ye know them.

    @swithunus (This software insists on using links where they exist)

    Men shouldn’t argue with women? I couldn’t agree more! I stopped doing it as much as I possibly can, and life is much calmer around the Le Estates Blurkel. This isn’t to say that “disagreements” don’t erupt, but when I let her vent without any response, what would have been a several-day Donnybrook becomes a several minute one-sided flash-fire which quickly consumes all of its fuel.

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  58. Tarnished says:

    Dear Gods, Blurkel. The fact that your family was trying to convince you that women are perfect, harmless, perpetually sweet angels (aka nonhuman) is just so…wtf. Pedestalization at its best. 😡

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  59. blurkel says:

    @tarnishedsophia

    When my next post comes out tonight, you will understand the motivation for such lies.

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  60. BuenaVista says:

    More public insanity: feminist calls for the banning of sex toys for men (inflatable Barbie). Pass a law!

    The real reason she wants them prohibited is that they promote demeaning female physical stereotypes (small waist, butt not like cottage cheese, etc.) while suggesting that sex is only about physical pleasure.

    She’s just here to help. This is a woman who wants to pass a law in pursuit of several objectives: restrict male sexual options; change male definitions of beauty; deny role of physical pleasure in sex. Men = defective women, since they won’t change we’re going to get busy with some lawfare.

    http://www.express.co.uk/life-style/science-technology/605284/Creepy-Sex-Robots-Warning-Ban-UK

    The reporter failed to ask our feminist if the Hitachi Wand should also be banned?

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  61. Mrs. Yoda says:

    The fact that your family was trying to convince you that women are perfect, harmless, perpetually sweet angels

    Women taught to be that way they were.
    Aspire to this they said.
    In modern day, often not come close they do.

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  62. Tarnished says:

    Fuzzie,

    I for one welcome our robot overlords…
    Wonder how long it will take for male sexbots to hit market after female ones? I think it took the Real Doll company about 4 or so years.

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  63. Tarnished says:

    True, Mrs Yoda, but there have always been bad people of both sexes. To continuously preach that one is somehow inherently kinder/better than the other is folly.

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  64. Agreed Tarn re bad people of both sexes. It’s easy to fall into camps by gender, “men are ebul” or “women are ebul” but such thinking solves nothing, really. Learning to recognize and avoid ebul ones is a better strategy.

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  65. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Thinking back on Charlotte Proudman, she had to be fishing for new grounds to sue a whole new market for sexual harrassment. It does seem to be a goal of feminism to take the injustices out of the workplace and apply them at large. Last year, Hollaback failed with street harassment.

    Bloom,
    After this Charlotte Proudman incident, I would advise all the men on LinkedIn not to talk to women, peiod. Unless vetting by someone thaey know.

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  66. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    About sexbots, I used to have a more hopeful outlook that everyone would be paired up. Since then, becoming acquinted with the 80/20 rule has changed my outlook. A supermajority of men are never going to get paired up and women don’t care how much they suffer in their celibacy.

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  67. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    Here’s a link. Is this Dr. Helen Smith’s husband?
    http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2015/09/14/campus-sexual-assault-crisis-war-men-column/72209292/

    It would be ironic if college men started protests and challenged government to enforce Title IX.

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  68. Farm Boy says:

    Here’s a link. Is this Dr. Helen Smith’s husband?

    Yes it is

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  69. Farm Boy says:

    When Ms. Proudman changed her name to “Proudman”, why didn’t she change it to “Proudpersyn”?

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  70. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I like my theory of her trying to break new ground in law by suing the pants off men for peer to peer sexual harrassment. She couldn’t give too much away. I think the whole scheme has foundered with the backlash that she got. If the public won’t buy it, how could she expect a jury to?
    I do hope that we are seeing peak feminism.
    There is one thing that worries me. In a recent video, Johntheother suggested that while they distract us with silliness, they are working hard behind the scenes on things like Elizabeth Sheehy, a law professor in Ottowa, figuring out out how to murder husbands in their beds with impunity by using false DV claims.

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  71. Farm Boy says:

    Speaking of hormones,

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  72. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    That was truly awful!

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  73. Exfernal says:

    @Spawny re: Masculine Principle link.
    What is wrong with this question – “Do you want to be right or do you want to get laid?”

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  74. Tarnished says:

    Exfernal,

    Nice to see you around.

    The issue with that saying is, of course, that the 2 items should not be mutually exclusive.

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