Alpha Widow Society


Over at Dalrock’s, Deti commented,

Most women are looking for “hedonic” marriage, i.e., marriage which is personally, socially, culturally, professionally and sexually very fulfilling all the time, with no problems or difficulties, and which is a safe place for the accumulation and deployment of material assets. So if there are problems (the usual one being her lack of sexual attraction for him, which leads to all other marital problems), her conclusion is that the marriage was a mistake, and she “chose wrongly”. In most women’s view, marital problems mean the marriage needs to be ended, because “he was not The One”.

From being around the manosphere for about 4 years now, it’s become very clear to me that the primary problem in marriages today is that women are marrying men to whom they are considerably less attracted to than the men they used to have sex with when they were younger. Don’t get me wrong. These women really do like these men they’re marrying. I think they do love these men at first and when the marriage gets started, when there is lots of new relationship energy and she is excited about getting married (which excitement she mistakes for sexual attraction). There is even a little sexual attraction there. The problem is that there is not nearly as much sexual attraction for husband as there was for the men she used to have sex with before she met her husband. This, right here, is the main reason most marriages falter.

This is a very interesting idea; that the main reason that most marriages falter is because the women are alpha widows.  How true is it?

If tingles and great sex are the defining moment(s) in a woman’s life, then this seems plausible.  She had it once, therefore she is worthy.  She should have it all of the time.  But is it the defining moment of her life?  Are there not competitors?  Perhaps childbirth, raising the children, family and friends, etc.  Perhaps these don’t give the immediate peak in awesomeness that great sex does, but overall they should be competitors.

So the questions are,

Is great tingling sex the high point of a woman’s life that everything else is compared against?

Is not having it because she is married to a guy who does not do it for her more about her not having the mind blowing sex, or about the seeming fact that maybe she was not worthy enough to get a guy for the long term who could deliver it?

Why are other factors (e.g. children) seemingly ineffective in mitigating these issues?

Why do many women seemingly not want the previous issues to be mitigated?

The world wonders.  At least I do.

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268 comments on “Alpha Widow Society
  1. Tarnished says:

    Is great tingling sex the high point of a woman’s life that everything else is compared against?
    The high point of my life was finding I could enjoy sex and wasn’t irreparably broken (22). If we discard this, the next highest point is a toss-up between getting my bachelors degree (21) and/or the day I scrounged together enough money to get an apartment of my own and no longer have to live with my parents (17). Great sex *is* amazing and worth sharing, but to say it’s what everything else in life needs to be measured against? 😕

    Is not having it because she is married to a guy who does not do it for her more about her not having the mind blowing sex, or about the seeming fact that maybe she was not worthy enough to get a guy for the long term who could deliver it?
    This is a strange assumption. Why shouldn’t he be able to deliver it? If one’s partner means well and tries to please you, but isn’t good at it…is it truly so difficult to teach them? Come on. That’s just lazy. It takes nothing at all to guide his hand, change position, or say “Hey, I like that, but it’d feel so much better if you went slower/faster/did it clockwise”.

    Why are other factors (e.g. children) seemingly ineffective in mitigating these issues?
    Perhaps because the media has given them a script to follow, but it doesn’t produce the effects or results they were told would automatically happen. Good relationships, even casual ones or friendships, take *some* amount of mutual compromise and work.

    Why do many women seemingly not want the previous issues to be mitigated?
    Maybe they have a victim/martyr complex, and enjoy drama because it gives a chance to get a warped version of attention. If everyone is constantly patting you on the back for your “sacrifices” and “endurance”, it’ll be seen as weird by a normal person. However, attention whores will just eat it up and use it to claim an unearned superiority over their supposedly n’er-do-well spouse.

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  2. SFC Ton says:

    This is an easy to solve problem

    Teach betas to bang that bitch out like a $2 where, making the beta alpha.

    Y’all can bmw all you want but women are going to be women; betas need to get better not wish things were different

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I think that a lot of the “alpha widow” comes out of the fact that women can accumulate more experience with the opposite sex. There is no way for Joe Average to keep up with Average Jane. One of the things that I noticed on OkCupid among the myriad of questions that could be answered to determine compatibility was, “Would like someone with more, less, or the same experience as you?” The women invariably answered “More”. Women fully expect to be swept away. This does tie in to what Tarn said above. While she may be willing to discuss matters of technique with her partner, the rest expects men to “Just Get It”. It’s next to impossible with experience levels at such a huge varience and unfavorable to the man.

    There’s more. It is possible for women to live a omfortable single life. That makes men optional and not a necessity. If all the cars on the Chevrolet lot were free, all the time, would you want a little four door or a Corvette? I think they all want Corvettes.

    It’s like men are set up to lose before the starting pistol is fired. Perhaps apex males are benefitting from all this. I don’t think anyone else is.

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  4. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Ton has some practical adice for today. I think that women have changed. A generation ago, a man could have a beta personality and still have a secure family. I think that with birth control and abortion on demand added to the rise of feminism, women are able to puursue short term sexual strategies. That they can has poisoned the well for men who would want a stable relationship.

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  5. Tarnished says:

    Women fully expect to be swept away. This does tie in to what Tarn said above. While she may be willing to discuss matters of technique with her partner, the rest expects men to “Just Get It”. It’s next to impossible with experience levels at such a huge varience and unfavorable to the man.

    At the risk of stating the obvious, this line of thought is stupid. If I don’t count any of the massage parlor ladies he visits every 4-5 months, I’m my lover’s 13th sexual partner. And guess what? Even with the experience of 12 other people under his belt (pun intended), plus the fact we’ve been sharing sex together for years I *still* have to give a bit of guidance now and then. Know what’s even more mind-blowing? Sometimes he does the same. My Gods, it’s almost like people’s bodies change according to how they feel, and what works really well on Monday may not be as good on Saturday. So the very concept of a guy, even a total Casanova with an N = 100, “just getting it” is total hogwash.

    Holy crap, I’m a genius. Somebody get me a Nobel Prize…

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  6. blurkel says:

    It has been my sad experience that nothing gets a woman tingly like her erstwhile partner bring home an unexpected financial windfall.

    I used to regularly work overtime in amounts which delivered a significant increase in my take home pay. Nothing lit up Mrs B like letting her know she had a couple of hundred extra to do something with. Never was that exuberance directed at me as her alleged partner, and neither did I directly benefit from any such expenditure. Neither did sex ever get her motor running like money does.

    One begins to question whether this is a reason women turn to prostitution. I once worked in a consumer electronics store, and the cashier told me about a good friend of hers who discovered how much money she could get the sailors of San Diego to spend on purchasing her sexual services. In 1980, she could return from S.D. with $1200 on an average weekend, which means Friday evening to Sunday morning. I was earning $300 a week working 40 hours! The Porsche she bought (in cash!) was sure flashy!

    The cashier told me that the only reason she didn’t join her friend and make far more than she was earning at her job was that she couldn’t put out to a strange man she didn’t know. This tells me that if she could work out a bypass to that obstruction, she’d have been out working with her friend.

    I remember how my mother would blast my father for not making enough to suit her, but when he tried to bring more in, she’d slap him with the charge that he was neglecting his family. He couldn’t win with her – and I suspect few married men can.

    Just another reason for young men to seriously consider whether matrimony is in their best interests.

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  7. Farm Boy says:

    I used to regularly work overtime in amounts which delivered a significant increase in my take home pay. Nothing lit up Mrs B like letting her know she had a couple of hundred extra to do something with. Never was that exuberance directed at me as her alleged partner, and neither did I directly benefit from any such expenditure. Neither did sex ever get her motor running like money does.

    I would have to state that she is not particularly impressive as a person.

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  8. Farm Boy says:

    I remember how my mother would blast my father for not making enough to suit her, but when he tried to bring more in, she’d slap him with the charge that he was neglecting his family. He couldn’t win with her – and I suspect few married men can.

    She is not particularly impressive either.

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  9. Sumo says:

    I would have to state that she is not particularly impressive as a person.

    I would have to state that she sounds like a miserable bitch.

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  10. Tarnished says:

    Just another reason for young men to seriously consider whether matrimony is in their best interests.

    Yup.

    The cashier told me that the only reason she didn’t join her friend and make far more than she was earning at her job was that she couldn’t put out to a strange man she didn’t know.

    I mean, this is very similar to the reason my N is still only 1. If I could, I’d have a lot more sex. But not for money…I’d keep my regular job for living expenses. The idea of helping a guy break his long-term dry spell and sharing pleasure with him is very appealing though. Too bad nothing is ever that easy in real life. :/

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  11. Tarnished says:

    I would have to state that she is not particularly impressive as a person.

    I would have to state that she sounds like a miserable bitch.

    And I would have to state that both of you are very likely to be 100% correct.

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  12. SFC Ton says:

    Thanks Fuzzie, my next post or two will deal with long term game and as Blurkel points to, money is a part of that.

    Your normal pay, no matter how legit, is routine and not appreciated like extra money / windfall cash. Now, most of money comes from various small bindess ventures. The bar is good steady cash but has its ups and downs, big weekends really excite my girls. Not just them but our staff

    I am also moving bikes, it’s going pretty well, averaging 3 a month right now. 3 in one week is a roller coaster high for the girls, even if it ends up being the only 3 of the month

    This is the kind of drama men need to deliver, the ups and downs women crave and by delivering them a man fulfills her needs for emotions and keeps her from creating her own emotional roller coaster

    Also on this front, cash is king. 12k deposited into your account is one thing; one hundred and twenty 100 dollars bills is something else. One is distant, removed and not “real”; cash in had is real, visceral tangible

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  13. BuenaVista says:

    Cautionary word: if your wife knows she’ll never do better, she’ll pull every lever to make sure no other woman enjoys your female loving self. Then it gets interesting.

    Other than that re-read Ton.

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  14. SFC Ton says:

    Regarding women wanting a man who just gets it; they aren’t referring which angel to hit while banging her doggie style but about how women operate in general and her in particular

    Having an N count of 100 gives a man perspective on how women operate in general and helps him keep frame with anyone woman in particular

    Personally, I reckon a man should not get serious about anyone gal until his Name count nears a 100. 30 would be my absolute minim before a man gets into some version of a ltr

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  15. SFC Ton says:

    LOL Thanks BV. Have you seen my latest post? Was hoping to get your 2 cents on it

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  16. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    Sinc you’re a unicorn, maybe you have a little more “horse Sense”. Seriously, that I am expected to “Just Get It” is what I have had to deal with. I don’t know where this attitude comes from. To say the least, it’s not rational.

    Blurkel,
    While I believe everything you say, how can that women stand to look at herself in the mirror?

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  17. Sumo says:

    The bar is good steady cash but has its ups and downs, big weekends really excite my girls. Not just them but our staff

    Ton owns a bar? Nice!

    Need a chef? 😛

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  18. Yoda says:

    While I believe everything you say, how can that women stand to look at herself in the mirror?

    The mother or the wife you do mean?

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  19. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Blurkel,
    As for the new job of the Porsche owner, I have to wonder how many ordinary women are using that to augment their income?

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  20. blurkel says:

    re: expecting men to “Just Get It”:

    It has been my sorry experience that of the average number of female sex partners I’ve had in my life, only one knew something about sexual technique – and she was a pro. Two expected me to lead without complying with my requests for feedback on how I was doing. “You’re supposed to know what to do” was the gist of their replies. Of the others, complete reticence to avoid any discussion. Those relationships didn’t last very long.

    Despite the blasting porn gets, there was almost no other resource for me to draw upon. I learned much from it once I could tell what was real from what was later clearly fake. What I now know had been working for me somewhat, yet only once had an appreciative partner complimented me on my skills.

    It’s a good thing sex is like riding a bike.

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  21. Yoda says:

    “Just Get It” is what I have had to deal with. I don’t know where this attitude comes from

    From here it does come,

    https://davidcollard.wordpress.com/2010/11/15/women-policing-the-hierarchy/

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  22. blurkel says:

    “…how can that women stand to look at herself in the mirror?

    Which one, fuzzie?

    “…I have to wonder how many ordinary women are using that to augment their income?”

    My guess is more than we suspect.

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  23. Liz says:

    “I used to regularly work overtime in amounts which delivered a significant increase in my take home pay. Nothing lit up Mrs B like letting her know she had a couple of hundred extra to do something with. Never was that exuberance directed at me as her alleged partner, and neither did I directly benefit from any such expenditure. Neither did sex ever get her motor running like money does.”

    Sorry, blurkel. That sucks. 😦
    I have to admit, I do like money. It actually makes me horny.
    But I rarely spend it (I’m super frugal). And I put out.

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  24. SFC Ton says:

    LOL you didn’t know Sumo?

    I am a part owner of a road house. Bikes and hot rods, live music and sports, basic bar food, bourbon and beer kind of joint. It’s going well and, never one to be humble, I have taken to the trade. Mostly in the marketing side of things.

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  25. blurkel says:

    From Yoda’s linked article:

    They will tell a man that being a “nice guy” works best, because she thereby creates one more nice guy and ensures that he is kept in his low place in the hierarchy. That is, she polices the hierarchy in Moxon’s terms.

    Been there, lived that, wore out the T-shirt, shredded the photos, paid off the credit card, and closed the account – more than once.

    Great catch, Master Yoda.

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  26. SFC Ton says:

    One of the things women want you to get is

    She wants to be wanted and wanton, not asked ” is this good for you”. Just fuck the bitch, she’ll get off when she gets off and most the time her getting off is about her hang ups and what not, not your technical skills

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  27. Yoda says:

    Agree with Blurkel I do.
    Good article it is.
    All read it they should.

    https://davidcollard.wordpress.com/2010/11/15/women-policing-the-hierarchy/

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  28. Sumo says:

    I had no idea, Ton. That’s friggin’ awesome.

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  29. blurkel says:

    @ SFCton

    I was once managed by a man whose hit record everyone has heard (I refuse to honor him with his name because he stole a prized amp to pay off a debt other band members had incurred, I’ll call him G.). G was in another band (which also had hit songs, but only after he’d left it) and was on tour in France. Another member of this band told us that G was attempting to woo a French woman, learning French, and doing all he could to impress her – and got nowhere, because he didn’t realize the validity of your latest comment.

    In many ways, asking for permission is merely the means by which a refusal is delivered. But one has to ensure that satisfaction is achieved lest the inevitable rape charges ensue.

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  30. Tarnished says:

    Seriously, that I am expected to “Just Get It” is what I have had to deal with.
    Argh! Statements like this make me want to facepalm a wall with the speaker’s head.

    I have to admit, I do like money. It actually makes me horny.
    Money a sex toy it is? How one uses it they do? 😕

    Which one, Fuzzie?
    Either/or would fit the bill…

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  31. Sumo says:

    Rolls of quarters, Tarn. Rolls of quarters.

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  32. Liz says:

    “Money a sex toy it is? How one uses it they do?”

    All I can tell you is when Mike made Captain, I started swallowing.

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  33. Tarnished says:

    Despite the blasting porn gets, there was almost no other resource for me to draw upon. I learned much from it once I could tell what was real from what was later clearly fake.
    Porn really does get a far worse rap than it deserves. If it wasn’t for porn, I wouldn’t have tried half the positions we’ve enjoyed. You’re correct in that finding the real stuff is key though.

    What I now know had been working for me somewhat, yet only once had an appreciative partner complimented me on my skills.
    That bites, Blurkel. I’m sure you were awesome other times as well. At least you were willing to put effort into trying…how revolting they weren’t doing the same for you. 😠

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  34. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    That Savid Collard link was awesome. Nail on the head awesome.
    However, all that it would take to undo all this society wide manipulation is for someone to post some videos on youtube. The truth will out, eventually.

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  35. Tarnished says:

    All I can tell you is when Mike made Captain, I started swallowing.

    Um? Are you being serious or tongue in cheek? I honestly can’t tell right now.

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  36. SFC Ton says:

    Thanks Sumo. I have always had a knack for leadership and inspiring men, reckon it transfers to building bikes and pimping bars. I tend to be one of those life of the party types with which also transfers over to both

    I am looking at opening a hard retail space next year to sell custom bikes; black and chome baggers with full blowname race motors, racing clutches etc. Also been more popular then I would have thought. And more profitable as economy of scale starts working in my favor

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  37. blurkel says:

    In honor of Liz’ revelations:

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  38. Liz says:

    Both. 😉
    If I were totes serious/honest I’d add the word “reliably” at the end.
    I started swallowing reliably.

    Remember that “erotic story” Mike whispered about Kate Upton being the water meter lady and telling me she’d got the price wrong all those years because she was bad a math “tee hee” and I got a rebate and all that? That was also both serious and tongue in cheek.
    I really like money…surprise money, bonus money, saving money, and so forth (sometimes it has been mine, but that’s rare…when we moved to Florida I got a paycheck for all the leave I didn’t take at my last job and it was unexpected and an entire month’s salary..that got me pretty excited too).
    Anyway, it gets me going.

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  39. SFC Ton says:

    Blurkel
    Often said satisfaction is more emotional /mental / cathartic then physical release of getting off.

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  40. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am way overdue for an aviation video for Liz. Here is someone whose career peaked at Captain. Tecnically Rittmeister, since he was cavalry.

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  41. blurkel says:

    @ SFC ton

    “Often said satisfaction is more emotional /mental / cathartic then physical release of getting off.”

    When it is a good situation. Otherwise, I’d gladly settle for getting off. I takes what I can gets, much of my life.

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  42. SFC Ton says:

    LOL I referring to women folk Blurkel

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  43. Liz says:

    Professor Doom nails it, again
    http://professorconfess.blogspot.kr/2015/10/college-closures-to-triple-by-2017.html

    This is so very true…not only for Education but the military and I’m sure just about every other government entity (except DARPA, which set up rules to prevent exactly this sort of problem).
    ”Having been a part of such a merger, allow me to explain why these are bad things. Mergers, like everything else of consequence in higher education, are arranged by the administration. The only way two schools can merge is if the administrations of both schools agree to it.

    Now, does the gentle reader suppose that an administrator will agree to a merger that will cost the administrator her job? No, of course not. So, the merger only takes place if no administrator loses her job.

    The merged schools then, will manage to keep all the miserable (and expensive) fiefdoms, will manage to keep all the insanely overpaid administrators. The “economy of scale” will come when classes get combined…faculty will be let go, and those that remain will see their workload increased dramatically (but no increase in pay, since, hey, the merger only happened because of a money problem). I’ve seen faculty positions disappear in a merger, but not once have I seen an administrator vanish…but I can only speak of what I’ve seen with my own eyes in this matter.”
    Snip
    University of the People can provide entire 4 year degrees for $1,000 a year. Meanwhile, we’re supposed to accept that schools that charge $20,000 or more per student for a year of tuition just can’t get by with a few students, even with massive tax breaks.”

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  44. Liz says:

    Tarn, this conversation sort of reminds me a bit of the marriage one between us a while back. I’m paraphrasing, but it went something like this:

    You: “Some women actually want to be married so they can say they’re married…like it’s a status thing.”
    Me: “Yes. I like being married in some part because it’s a status thing.”
    You: “But they want ownership…”
    Me: “Yes. I take pride in ownership.”

    I understand perfectly well what I’m supposed to say so I’ll sound good…oh, dear me dear me…no, it’s all so wrong to want to own a person and be owned, or take any pride in the title of spouse. But I won’t say that because it isn’t true. I like being able to say, “This is my husband and these are our children” instead of “This is my friend with benefits and these are our children.”
    Likewise, I know I’m supposed to say money has no impact on my libido. But it does. Now, I can toss a good yarn but unless it’s for levity’s sake (kind of an embellishment, like above) I’m not going to do so in this forum. Because I think it would be the worst sort of dishonesty. So, here are my warts (metaphorical, no pun intended). FWIW, Mike thinks this aspect of me is adorable. He whispers things in my ear like, “Fat stacks, Yo!” (okay embellishing again…it’s more like, “three months of orders”). Definitely works better than porn or some vibrating phallus (which would nauseat me, actually).

    Reasons are a little more complicated but I’m sure it has something to do with the provisioning/protecting bit. Probably cortisol levels, too…cortisol rises under stress and it’s a libido killer and money aleviates some stress so perhaps it’s a Pavlovian response I’ve developed over time. Ton was on to something as well above and maybe that’s the reason…the emotional rush, or something. I dont’ know.

    Obviously it’s not the only thing that gets me going. Obviously if I valued money more than anything I’d have married someone with a great deal of it rather than a pizza delivery guy with absolutely none of it. Mike likes sexy shoes on a woman, they “do something for him”, but that doesn’t mean he’d prefer to marry a shoe store owner.

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  45. SFC Ton says:

    One of the things I dislike about progressivism ie the man o sphere is how they want to make a pathology out of rational, normal and good aspects of human behavior. Hypergamy comes 1st to mind but right up there with bitching about hypergamy is bitching about women growing on money and status and what not.

    Liz ‘s response to money is good, right and healthy. Mike’s thing about shoes on the other hand….. 😉

    hypergamy and most aspects of human behavior /motivation do require checks and balances but that was addressed through traditional means like Patriarchy

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  46. SFC Ton says:

    The assault on slavery set up the assault on Patriarchy. It became wrong to own one kind of person, then that idea spread to thinking women and kids should be autonomous as well

    Both versions have been a disaster for the West

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  47. Yoda says:

    hypergamy and most aspects of human behavior /motivation do require checks and balances but that was addressed through traditional means like Patriarchy

    For this reason the Evil Patriarchy was evil not

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  48. Tarnished says:

    Lol. I’m glad you started the explanation of your own accord, Liz. I’ve met women who also state (or, more often subconsciously prove through their stories) that money gets them hot under the collar, and I’ve never understood it. However, I was just going to let it go and not ask you for a deeper response, as it wasn’t something I thought you’d want to talk about. So…thanks. 🙂

    Re: your explanation
    It’s an interesting hypothesis, that you are to money as Mike is to sexy shoes + the Pavlovian response to the lowering of financial stress. It’s a very good set of responses, and very likely true. Could be more to it, but what you’ve come up with is highly probable.

    I wonder if I ever had access to money that wasn’t mine if I’d react the same? Also an interesting hypothesis, and one I’d test out if there were an ethical way to. Money doesn’t do anything for me as of my life up to this point. Not even getting it as a holiday/birthday gift where I didn’t have to work to earn it. Example: My mother gave me $300 last Yule, because it was roughly what she spent on each of siblings, but I couldn’t think of anything I wanted/needed. I was grateful and thankful for it, of course, but as it all went straight to pre-paying my electric bill for the next 6 months, it’s not as though I got any enjoyment from it.

    Same as the 1% of times my FwB pays for our meals out…it’s always unexpected, and a very nice sentiment, but it only saves me about $20 as he only ever does so if we’re at a cheaper restaurant like Ruby Tuesdays and we’ve both gotten a salad. Idk…maybe if I had money that I didn’t necessarily have to be responsible for earning or budgeting, it’d be different.

    Question along this line, Liz: did the normal, expected paycheck you brought in personally as a nurse give the same reaction?

    But I won’t say that because it isn’t true. I like being able to say, “This is my husband and these are our children” instead of “This is my friend with benefits and these are our children.”
    You shouldn’t be compelled to say anything that isn’t true, Liz. 😛
    If it’s what you think/feel, it’s what you think/feel…no changing that, regardless of what anyone here thinks you “should” say. If I only said what the ‘sphere thought I should as a female, I’d be a near-perpetual liar! Using our recent topic, if money works for you, then it works for you…just because it doesn’t for me, doesn’t make your experiences wrong or bad. Certainly not!

    Oh, and just for the record (mostly for new lurkers)…I do not ever think FwB should have kids together. Children need stability and 2 committed parents whenever humanly possible. 🙂

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  49. Liz says:

    “Question along this line, Liz: did the normal, expected paycheck you brought in personally as a nurse give the same reaction?”

    No. But unexpected money (like the leave money that was mailed to me) does.
    Also, every time I’ve gotten hired for a good paying job, it had a similar effect on me (for a short time…over time that sort of thing had its own set of stressors with all the juggling and ‘tag you’re it’ parenting).
    Kind of like “victory” I guess? It’s a good feeling.
    Maybe it’s kind of like, “Squee wee! I’m helping!”?
    I like being helpful.
    Or maybe it’s the emotional thing. No idea. I just know what I like. 🙂

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  50. Tarnished says:

    Wish my job still gave me that “victory!”. But unfortunately it’s become more like a “normal” job. Used to actually look forward to going to work…making a difference…helping people pick out just the right game or comic for themselves or a loved one. But nowadays it seems like people use us as a rental service, and returns (which used to be .3% of our transactions) have gone up to at least one a month, almost always on expensive consoles and due to “buyer’s remorse” over purchasing something when they should have used the money for bills.
    Even our events have changed, and more of our demographic is trying to get us to run cash-payout tournaments which typically attract the shark players that we *don’t* want. Add to this the fact the boss’s wife is riding him about making more money, and hence he’s riding us/micromanaging things…Ugh. I still enjoy my job more than others I speak to, but it’s not what it was in the past 10 years. I’m getting to the point I just want to get paid back the thousands I lent and find a new job. :/

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  51. Tarnished says:

    Wow. That was really off-topic. Sorry about that! 😮

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  52. Liz says:

    Well, that “victory” feeling didn’t last very long for me either, Tarn.
    Most jobs kind of suck, but they shouldn’t suck that much! Sorry about your travails.
    😦

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  53. Spawny Get says:

    No idea how it got in my YouTube feed. Pretty funny

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  54. Exfernal says:

    A technical question to blog owner: how much time it takes till comment closing commences? Necromancy of old posts is a hobby of mine:

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  55. Yoda says:

    Stay open they can,
    The Onion does say

    http://www.theonion.com/article/defunded-planned-parenthood-reassures-supporters-i-51662

    Following the announcement by Texas state officials to cut Medicaid funding for the nonprofit organization, Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards assured supporters Tuesday that it has plenty of fetus cash to keep going for a while. “While the decision by Texas to eliminate taxpayer funding for Planned Parenthood is unfortunate, I want everyone to know that we have an ample supply of sweet baby-organ cabbage to continue providing our services,” said Richards, adding that the reproductive and maternal health organization had enough fetal-tissue scratch to keep the doors open for the foreseeable future. “Lawmakers remain determined to deny reproductive health care to women in need, and if not for our golden baby-parts goose, they well may have succeeded. But rest assured that with our mad stacks of aborted-fetus bucks, the future of Planned Parenthood is as secure as ever.”

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  56. thedeti says:

    Wow. I didn’t expect that quip to get quoted. Thanks for the props.

    A bit of a quibble, though. I didn’t describe alpha widows. An alpha widow is a woman who still pines away for one particular man who was a superalpha to her. This man pushed all her buttons juuuust right, sexed her up perfectly, and was very kind and good to her, at least for a while. He was her “soulmate”. He was perfect for her, and he got away. She still pines for him to this day, hoping he’ll return and Take Her To His Mansion In The Sky.

    A perfect description of the Alpha Widow in fiction is Fantine in “Les Miserables”. Google the lyrics to the song “I Dreamed a Dream”. In that song, Fantine sings of a lover in her youth who impregnated her and left her with her daughter, Cosette. She sings of how much she loved him and how great things were when he was with her. She sings at the end “And still I dream he’ll come to me” and take her away from her shitty life, but it’ll never happen because life “killed her dream”.

    Also, see the movie “Titanic” (1997). Rose is an Alpha Widow. 70 years after the ship sank and getting fucked in a car on the ship, she still pines away for Jack, the man with whom she spent such a magical time and it was all cruelly taken from her.

    Fantine and Rose are alpha widows.

    Most women are not alpha widows. The difference is in the experiences. The Alpha Widow had One Great Man who stands head and shoulders among all others. Her One Great Man is literally a demigod to her, a god among mere mortal men. The normal woman has had a parade of Pretty Good Men and Sexually Attractive Men; and then had to settle for one Decent Man who is Not Sexually Attractive.

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  57. Tarnished says:

    Thanks Liz.

    Exfernal, I don’t think we close comments. I’ll double check for you though. How far back do your Post Necromancer skills go? 😉

    Lol, Yoda.
    I love the Onion. Satire at it’s finest. Even better than Landover Baptist.

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  58. Yoda says:

    Clockboy Obama he did meet,

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/359626.php

    Yes, a lot of caucasian males are given the “smartest kid in the classs” award for stupid shit.

    Incidentally, notice the Social Justice Warrior terminology “caucasian male.” Well, he is a male, so why mention this?

    Sounds like he’s being coached on the finer points of intersectionality.

    Intersectionality (or intersectionalism) is the study of intersections between forms or systems of oppression, domination or discrimination. An example is black feminism, which argues that the experience of being a black woman cannot be understood in terms of being black, and of being a woman, considered independently, but must include the interactions, which frequently reinforce each other.

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  59. Tarnished says:

    Oops. Looks like we do close comments here…I don’t ever close over at my blog, thought it was the same here.

    Farm Boy,
    Is there an option to reopen comments once they’ve been closed for a while?

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  60. Yoda says:

    The normal woman has had a parade of Pretty Good Men and Sexually Attractive Men; and then had to settle for one Decent Man who is Not Sexually Attractive.

    Term for such a woman one does have?

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  61. Yoda says:

    PGSoG Widow?
    Pretty Good Stream of Guys Widow.

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  62. thedeti says:

    Master Yoda:

    “Term for such a woman one does have?”

    The typical Western Woman aged 60 on down.

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  63. Yoda says:

    Is there an option to reopen comments once they’ve been closed for a while?

    Master Yoda noticed that Spawny rejuviated the Water Closet many times he did.
    Flushed out the old expiration date he did

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  64. Yoda says:

    Carousel Widow?

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  65. Yoda says:

    Distributed Non Peak Tingles Widow

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  66. Yoda says:

    Tingles Widow over Time

    TWoT

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  67. thedeti says:

    “Is great tingling sex the high point of a woman’s life that everything else is compared against?”

    The great tingling sex is part of it. It’s the sex, the validation from getting a high status man to spend time with her and give her attention, the potential that was there and was lost. It’s not THE “high point” because it’s not just about the sex for women. It’s about everything — the yummy feelings, the emotional high, the investment, and the declaration to her and the world that she has value. It’s the fact that she has a high status man who essentially says to her “you have value. I value you. You are more than just your pussy — you are worth my time and attention.”

    “Is not having it because she is married to a guy who does not do it for her more about her not having the mind blowing sex, or about the seeming fact that maybe she was not worthy enough to get a guy for the long term who could deliver it?”

    It’s both. It’s less about the sex than it is about what her marriage says about HER as a person and as a woman. It says “this is the best you could do. You couldn’t do any better. This shows you and the world what you’re worth, and it’s a lot less than you thought it was.”

    “Why are other factors (e.g. children) seemingly ineffective in mitigating these issues?”

    Because society says she’s so much more than just a wife and mom. Society says she’s worthless if she’s not out there proving how valuable she is as a sexual being, i.e., getting the hottest, funnest, most mindblowing sex she can get.

    “Why do many women seemingly not want the previous issues to be mitigated?”

    Because there’s no downside to leaving her zero and going for a second chance at a “hero”, i.e. an alpha superman who, if he’s got nothing else, can at least fuck her until she’ can’t see or walk straight.

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  68. Tarnished says:

    “you have value…You are more than just your pussy…”
    Need others to tell them this they do?
    Very low opinion of themselves they must have, if validation of worth by outsiders necessary it is.

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  69. Tarnished says:

    Exfernal, if you want the comments back open on an older post, just let us know which one.

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  70. Yoda says:

    Society says she’s worthless if she’s not out there proving how valuable she is as a sexual being, i.e., getting the hottest, funnest, most mindblowing sex she can get.

    If true this is,
    then super stupid society would be.

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  71. thedeti says:

    “Society” and our current culture is stupid. It transmits these messages to women constantly — if she isn’t out there getting sex from the hottest, most attractive men she can get, then she’s worthless. If she’s ‘just’ a wife and mom, she’s worthless.

    And too many women actually believe it.

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  72. Liz says:

    Random funny, Mike just sent me this image in a text:

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  73. Yoda says:

    can at least fuck her until she’ can’t see or walk straight.

    Women want to be able to not see and not walk straight they do?

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  74. Liz says:

    “Carousel Widow?
    Distributed Non Peak Tingles Widow
    Tingles Widow over Time
    TWoT”

    Sausage Thief Diva
    (STD)

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  75. Spawny Get says:

    Exfernal, which post do you have in mind? Comments are closed after a certain period to prevent spammers sticking links in old posts that aren’t visited much. I can open up all posts back to whenever, or move a poster’s postal date up to the present window.

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  76. Yoda says:

    Kid:Mom, what s an orgasm.
    Mom: IDK, I have never had one

    Stupid the woman is.
    To know what something is, one needs to experience it not

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  77. Yoda says:

    “you have value…You are more than just your pussy…”

    Oddly many women act as if their value located in one spot it is.
    Do this on purpose they do

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  78. Women who do this, who live in some fantasy land that there’s a “better” guy out there for her than the one who loves and committed to her, are choosing to destroy their own happiness. What’s the point of such mental masterbation? But then again, seems lots of women do.

    Now imagine if men sat around doing the same? Women would not have it!

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  79. I wonder if this is related to the tendency some women seem to have to keep a few guys ready and waiting in the wings as “back ups” in case she needs them? I have even seen married women do this, have their eye on some guy as her plan B, a form of beta orbiter perhaps? Like maybe it is some sort of psychological coping mechanism leftover from when times were riskier? Just speculating…

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  80. Tarnished says:

    Oddly many women act as if their value located in one spot it is.
    Do this on purpose they do.

    Why try to determine worth based merely on genitals they do? See how ridiculous it is to call themselves wombs/sex toys they do not? Have inherent value as people they forget?

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  81. Several years ago at a 4th of July party this guy started ranting, I mean absolutely going on and on, how if he had a pussy, he’d rule the world. All of us girls were telling him if that were true, why didn’t we rule the world? Then he ranted more about how women don’t get it. Maybe you had to be there or had to have a few drinks but it was actually pretty funny, pussy envy!

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  82. Liz says:

    “Stupid the woman is.
    To know what something is, one needs to experience it not”

    The second frame is what made it funny.
    She knows what an orgasm is.

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  83. Tarnished says:

    Lol. I know some guys like that, Bloom. Most of them longtime customers who hang out after we close.

    One guy, all of just barely 19 years old, said that if he had a pussy, he’d sleep with every single ugly/elderly + wealthy man he could get his hands on and just literally swim in cash all day. I asked him why he doesn’t rent out his cock to every ugly/elderly + wealthy woman he can find and he exclaimed “Ew, they’d have wrinkles”.

    Oh, but if he was a 19 year old woman, he’d totally jump on 85+ year old dick without a second thought? Yeah, ok…
    *roflmao*

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  84. Tarnished says:

    I find it interesting that when one asks the vast majority of men what they’d do if they could be a woman for, say, a month…they all claim they’d be a whore. A literal, sell-sex-for-cash prostitute.

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  85. It’s probably good women don’t think like men! 🙂

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  86. Also ironic, rather than charge for it like men would, most women just give it away free!

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  87. Tarnished says:

    Well, as all know and talk about, there definitely *are* women who use men as resource-obtainers and sex as a tool to get said resources. EWALT.

    But I agree that it’s very good that NAWALT, else society would have crumbled a long time ago.

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  88. SFC Ton says:

    LOL women are natural born prostitutes. Fucking 10000 men for money or or one man for life for his provisions is really the same thing. Just a matter of degrees

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  89. SFC Ton says:

    The best way to ensure a woman treats a man like shit is to value her for more then her pussy, mouth, as, tits.

    What do betas do? Value women for more then sex; how do women typical repay betas? Shit all over them

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  90. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Liz,
    About the school closures, I think that administrator’s positions will not be refilled as attrition and time goes on. That is, if the colleges are acting responsibly. Big if.

    Tarn,
    Your hasn’t paid you back and is making noises about the wife needing more money out of the business? This is not good. Ask for points in the business?
    I think that there may be a time limit on commenting to prevent spam and staements that would make us look like we are supporting something terrible. Best to leave them in place.
    Sorry, Exfernal. You’re all right but it would make this blog vulnerable.

    Yoda,
    “Carousel widow” would best describe it. And, it can be said in mixed company.

    Now, back to catching up.

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  91. molly says:

    NZ score 9 tries (touchdowns) in quarter final vs France!
    NZ 63, France 13 lol
    Video huge men skills:

    Most in the video are huge. Smallest to biggest in team :
    Height from 1.8m (5’11”) to 2.04m (6’8″+)
    Weight from 90kgs (198 lbs) to 130kgs (286 lbs).
    Speed.. power.. skills!

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  92. Tarnished says:

    Tarn,
    Your boss hasn’t paid you back and is making noises about the wife needing more money out of the business? This is not good. Ask for points in the business?

    To be honest…she doesn’t know abut me being owed any money. She just wants more for her own spending desires. They’d likely get divorced if she found out, and I refuse to be responsible for the straw that breaks that particular camel’s back.

    It’s not terrible…I am on a payment plan. It’s just taking a while because it’s only $1000 a month. :/

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  93. molly says:

    Here’s the link if it doesn’t play. See the comments!

    “https://www.facebook.com/rugbyworldcup/videos/10153736959837174/”

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  94. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    It’s not so much “puissy wnvy” as it is jealousy over the relative ease of obtaining sex. These guys aren’t getting enough and I’ll bet a doughnut that they’re marrird.

    About men pining away, it may be because we live in the here and now. Throw in a huge investment in marriage and family and we aren’t likely to be going anywhere.
    But if we did, what could women do about it? That women do it, there is little men can do about it.

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  95. Sumo says:

    So…..it’s supposed to be some sort of accomplishment to beat FRANCE? Damn, Molls….you need to find a better hobby.

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  96. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly!
    You were missed. I guess that lots of ruby is going on.
    🌯 🌯 🌯 🐻 🙄
    The whole New Zealand crew is missed.

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  97. molly says:

    Least they don’t wear sissy body armor like your ice hockey players 😛

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  98. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    While I don’t know all the specifics, I think you should plan on working there until he squares up the debt.
    Years ago, a customer was telling my boss that he was having the kitchen remodeled. I got the feeling that he wasn’t that enthusiastic and that it was al his wife’s idea. My boss asked him how much. One hundred thousand dollars to remodel what was likely a perfectly functional kitchen.
    That’s enough money to start a small business.
    What are bankers thinking?

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  99. Sumo says:

    I despise hockey. Try again, grasshopper.

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  100. molly says:

    Fuzzie healthy food!

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  101. molly says:

    Grid Iron mamsy pansy body armor then lol

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  102. Sumo says:

    The only body armor I ever wore was the kind designed to stop bullets, grasshopper. 😉

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  103. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Sumo,
    You don’t like Hockey? Isn’t that a treasonable offense in Canada?

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  104. SFC Ton says:

    The pads protect the hitter not the hit.

    There has been a lot of research on the topic as in hooking up accelerometers and measure forces. Much more forced delivered to the other guy in american style football then rugby or hockey

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  105. SFC Ton says:

    Never buy a bitch tits, a new car or a new kitchen. Odds are some other guy will be enjoying them not long after you pay it off

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  106. molly says:

    Did it stop any tho 😉

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  107. Sumo says:

    Well, no. The only guy who ever tried to pull a gun on me was not, for some odd, inexplicable reason, able to get the thing out of his waistband before he became woozy and fell down.

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  108. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Here’s a sport for Sumo. Lots of horses where he lives.

    From what I have heard, it takes years of traning to make a horse archer. During the First Crusade, in Turkey, they got their clock cleaned by horsemen who could do this.

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  109. Tarnished says:

    Tarn,
    While I don’t know all the specifics, I think you should plan on working there until he squares up the debt.

    Yeah. That was my plan. It’s just frustrating, because that means another 8 months, unless the economy gets significantly better and he can do more than $1k per month. Le sigh…I’m too nice for my own good. Seriously.

    Years ago, a customer was telling my boss that he was having the kitchen remodeled. I got the feeling that he wasn’t that enthusiastic and that it was al his wife’s idea. My boss asked him how much. One hundred thousand dollars to remodel what was likely a perfectly functional kitchen.
    Fook that. No way in hell that’d fly with me.

    That’s enough money to start a small business.
    Don’t I know it!

    What are bankers thinking?
    Fat stacks of sweet, sweet interest.

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  110. molly says:

    O no did u hit him ?
    (Head butts are best, or a foot kick or punch with the ear) 😄

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  111. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    SFC Ton,
    That would be bad. To go on the hook for a ton of debt and get tossed out of the house. The kitchen remodel is stating to make econoic sense now. She keeps the house and, even if it only adds fifty percent of its cost to the valuation, she is still ahead because hubby is on the hook.
    It’s painful to lose innocence.

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  112. Sumo says:

    I told you, Molls – he became woozy and fell down.

    Hard.

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  113. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    That is a lot of money to sink into something that is only foing to be enjoyed by one or two people. Granted, I can see the bank’s point about collateral linked to the house but, it’s not doing much for the economy.

    Sumo,
    I have to wonder how people would react to that during the Stampede. They would probaly think that it’s weird but cool.

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  114. molly says:

    Heh. Good job.

    I got in a pushing match with a drunk PPP and I won easy. 😀 I’m quite strong eh.

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  115. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,
    What are you doing getting into altercations with PPPs? I know that you on’t like them. Why not stay away from them?

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  116. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Mulling over the Alpha Widow and Carousel Widow, effectively there is not much difference. While the Alpha Widow can make comparisons with one man, the Carousel Widow compares with the best in all her experience. No ordinary man can compete with that. Add to that Chris Rock’s statement, “You weren’t her first choice.” I can see why half of all marriages end in divorce.
    I don’t think that there is a way for a man to overcome this.

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  117. molly says:

    Fuzzie I walked after work to my bike. It is my right! They obstructed me. 😐

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  118. Tarnished says:

    I got in a pushing match with a drunk PPP and I won easy.

    Well I certainly hope so.
    If you lost at cow tipping, that’d just be sad. 😈

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  119. blurkel says:

    The Book of Response

    @ Bloom

    Also ironic, rather than charge for it like men would, most women just give it away free!

    Oh? Sex ALWAYS cost me something. Be it money, time, physical labor, or something else, the sex was NEVER free.

    @ Ton
    LOL women are natural born prostitutes.

    What Ton says! Marriage is at minimum about trading the exclusive access to sex for financial support. By definition, this is what constitutes prostitution at its most basic.

    @ Fuzzie

    These guys aren’t getting enough and I’ll bet a doughnut that they’re married.

    I believe we’ve firmly established that fact on this site, Fuzzie!

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  120. Tarnished says:

    Marriage is at minimum about trading the exclusive access to sex for financial support. By definition, this is what constitutes prostitution at its most basic.

    So then, we have a few questions to answer:

    1. Is prostitution inherently unethical?

    2. Is there an ethical and legal way to prevent marriage from becoming akin to prostitution?

    3. If not, should the concept of marriage be shunned by society?

    4. Is marriage automatically the same as prostitution, or only in a circumstance where the wife uses sex as a tool and/or form of resource obtainment?

    5. Hypothetically, if the man is a low sex-drive househusband and the woman is a high-libido provider to the household, is the male automatically fulfilling the role of prostitute?

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  121. blurkel says:

    So then, we have a few questions to answer:

    1. Is prostitution inherently unethical?

    Not if entered into without duress.

    2. Is there an ethical and legal way to prevent marriage from becoming akin to prostitution?

    Not until societal attitudes toward relationships change

    3. If not, should the concept of marriage be shunned by society?

    Yes. No one would expect businesses to arrange deals along the same lines humans are forced into via marriage

    4. Is marriage automatically the same as prostitution, or only in a circumstance where the wife uses sex as a tool and/or form of resource obtainment?

    If both partners are equal income earners, then the relationship is more of a partnership, as all FwB relationships are by default. If one has to earn enough to support two, then resource obtainment demands that something be done to “earn” said support. What else do un- or under-employed women have to offer in trade?

    5. Hypothetically, if the man is a low sex-drive househusband and the woman is a high-libido provider to the household, is the male automatically fulfilling the role of prostitute?

    No, more of a domestic servant. She will have a stable of toys to make up for his shortcomings (pun intended).

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  122. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,
    They picked a fight with you? Ok, now you need to tell us the whole story. Silly PPPs!

    Tarn,
    About your Point 5, it does happen, Elsewhere, a commenter talked to her doctor about this and for every two men coming out on the short end, there was one woman.
    That women use it as a tool is a disgrace.

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  123. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    We did get sidetracked by professional sports earlier. I just saw this over at Return of Kings. October is the month that everything is pink in the NFL for Breast Cancer Awareness.

    This was written by a long time fan. It hurt for him to say it.

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  124. SFC Ton says:

    I’be seen those upgrades play out like that time after time Fuzzie. Guy I contracted with did 2 years down range, paid off the house, built a pool with a little pool house and remodel the kitchen only to come home to a dear john letter.

    That Jap archery is bad ass2

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  125. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I’m sorry. I made a mess with the link. This is the one.

    http://www.returnofkings.com/72495/why-you-should-boycott-the-nfl

    SFC Ton,
    Women who think like that would embarass mercenaries.

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  126. Anybody who spends 100k on remodeling a kitchen has more money than sense!

    True about the implants, too. My former neighbor was working two different guys trying to get some, but both knew her too well to “invest” in assets she’d play with elsewhere! Smart guys!

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  127. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    About boob jobs, I have to thank Liz for being the first to make me aware of that. I think she put it as first the surgery, then working out, and finally, the divorce.
    Because we have good will and good intentions does that mean we have to be played for suckers?

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  128. SFC Ton says:

    LOL women are the original mercs

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  129. Farm Boy says:

    True about the implants, too. My former neighbor was working two different guys trying to get some, but both knew her too well to “invest” in assets she’d play with elsewhere!

    Was this the “home-wrecker”?

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  130. I am feeling a bit glum today. The red pill has it’s upsides as far as life lessons but it’s not exactly cheery. Kind of a downer, really! Reality bites?!?

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  131. Hercules’s ex, Farm Boy.

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  132. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    We are overdue for a bear video. Hope that this helps.

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  133. molly says:

    LOL! I watched an allblacks.com video (4.6 million views).

    You will find Sargon of Akkad at the end of it! Mine was Jessica Valenti has some bad advice for You..

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  134. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am surprised that the mainstream maedia would carry this story. This is the downside to feminism, hypergamy, and frivorce writ very large.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3283704/The-women-haven-t-sex-decade-s-like-celibate-s-men-s-fault.html

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  135. Sumo says:

    Those women haven’t had sex in decades because they all fail the Boner Test. Not just fail, but spectacularly fail.

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  136. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,
    You’ve discovered Sargon of Akkad! I love his review “The Week In Stupid”. It’s up Sunday night late our time. Isn’t Jessica Valenti a stinker? It’s hard to believe that she has a husband and child.

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  137. Sumo says:

    Valenti needs to be hit with a whip.

    A fire whip.

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  138. molly says:

    Millions watched the All Blacks video, how many of them watched the Sargon of Akkad clip at the end? My friends all did! We all thought, *What is this clip at the end?* so we watched it 🙂

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  139. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Sumo,
    The artile tried to blame it on men wanting casual sex but all them had burnt through men. That is the first article I have seen in mass media that has painted a bleak future for women.
    Yes, they are undesirable on looks and character.

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  140. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,
    That is curious that they would tie an antifeminist video on to a sports video.
    Good for them!

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  141. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,
    “The uploader has not made this video available in your country.”
    I tried. *sniff*

    I forgot to say thank you for the hot dog. Thank you!

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  142. blurkel says:

    The Book of Response, Redux

    re: Molly’s link to Jessica Valenti

    I had to stop that video a little over 2 minutes into it. I couldn’t stand the smug superiority. I get enough of that in my personal life to have to put up with that crap vicariously!

    re: Fuzzie’s Daily Mail article.

    The women in that article didn’t arouse any sympathy from me! I didn’t hear a single thing women were offering the men they meet, except “I want! I want!” demands. One of them admitted to three divorces, which tells me that she’s either a lousy judge of character, or she hasn’t got a clue that relationships of all kinds require some give to balance out all the take.

    As for Sumo’s “boner test” observation, even women like these could find the sex they claim to seek. There are plenty of men out there without partners who would be willing to do them if they felt they were getting something out of the arrangement besides a lot of thankless demands. Nothing shrinks a semi-ED appendage more than discovering the cost for a moment’s dalliance with a shrew.

    All these women would have to do to get the sex they claim to desire is to stop with the insatiable taking and treat men like equal people. You know, like the “feminist” whiners always demand for themselves! It would mean looking at one’s self honestly, and to end the matriarchal strangulation over “what comes natural”. Walk your talk, wench!

    The fact that one of these women has set up something called “Platonic Partners” tells me much. What she doesn’t discuss is who ends up paying for these sexless adventures in separate beds. Sounds like a great business plan to me!

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  143. Spawny Get says:

    Those ‘fabulous gals’ could probably wangle a fwb / casual boyfriend. Bet they’re still wanting the full ticket price. They still want to be chased and wooed.

    They managed to mention divorce as a reason for the guys, which was nice. Little interest in saying who initiated their divorces…I wonder why.

    Little by little the truth emerges about the reality of what happens after an EPL divorce fantasy. Suck it up.

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  144. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Blurkel,
    The entitlement never stops and they never hit the wall. It’s all in their head.

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  145. blurkel says:

    Just going to add this bit I found at Francis Roy’s blog:

    https://francisdroy.wordpress.com/2015/10/11/are-women-oppressed/

    This is what I advocate: adult women should be treated as are adult men. They should be expected to handle life’s joys and rough edges just as a man would. Women, during the emancipation movement sought the freedom to have control over their own lives, not to have control over others’. She should expect no treatment that is beyond or below that which men receive.

    The women of Fuzzie’s Daily Mail article immediately come to mind. They all have control over their own lives, but they DON’T have control of the lives of men. They want what they would deny to a man, and in fact boast about doing so in the article:

    …millions of other middle-aged celibate women in Britain…will no doubt be delighted to learn that Suzie has discovered an alternative to the love of a good man.

    We’ve repeatedly discussed why men go MGTOW, and when a man makes such a decision he doesn’t look back. The Daily Mail women must feel that their relationship choices resulting in WGTOW weren’t of their own volition. All they can do is look back, and lash out at men for the decisions they made which resulted in lives of wistful celebacy.

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  146. Spawny Get says:

    Stand by for an attack of Spectacular Spawny Geniusness

    These ‘fabulous gals’ (the favourite description of this type of introspection-free, let’s-not-be-dragging-up-the-past, mysteriously-alone women) should head off to where the homeless are suffering in the cold (vast majority of which are men) and select one as an employed butler / handyman / gigolo. These guys probably eat out of dumpsters etc, so they probably come pre-equipped with a strong stomach.

    £50 to the security staff at the local homeless shelter to lock the doors, will even give her a captive flock of victims to select from.

    Seriously! These guys probably would put up with the women, some of them, maybe, willingly.

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  147. Spawny Get says:

    *sniff* not a bad game of ‘rubgy’, I suppose. If you’re into that kind of thing, that is.

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  148. Spawny Get says:

    “The entitlement never stops and they never hit the wall. It’s all in their head.”

    The problem is that wimminz plan ‘a’ is always to blame the closest guy for all their woes. There is no plausible guy for the lay-off. And there is no plan ‘b’, women have never needed one till now.

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  149. Spawny Get says:

    Another point. The ‘Platonic Partners’ idea is women-think from start to finish.

    a) ‘I’, divine femininity incarnate that I am, want sex a personal manservant, badge of social status and walking wallet, who might be allowed to demonstrate his worship of the divine me (if and when I feel charitable and don’t have a reason to deny him in order to punish him for…reasons – TBD).

    b) I absolutely will not do the pursuing as this sets the frame all to cock (he is desperate for me, dammit). Potentially logical so far, but then…I will require that the demonstrably already uninterested men do the chasing (on these dates, you weren’t expecting her to pay anything…were you? Stupid boy, Pike).

    c) I’ll set up a dating agency which I will call ‘platonic’ partners
    i) this implies to him that sex is off the table (giving her plausible deniability (which she wants) but screws up the entire point (the point as claimed. though probably not the real point £££ + status + handyman + worshipper))
    ii) this will guarantee she’ll only get simps who will not produce any tingles.
    iii) requires that men will pay for the dubious company of a woman when he has a much better chance of a great evening socialising with other guys with actually similar interests.

    (Pike The Stupid boy)

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  150. Spawny Get says:

    INTJ meets emo-lefty-wank-pot

    http://new.spectator.co.uk/2015/10/on-migration-simon-schama-doesnt-even-have-an-argument/

    The guy talking about accents (purple – gold tie) is from UKIP.

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  151. Spawny Get says:

    that’s “emo-lefty-wank-pot”(tm)

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  152. SFC Ton says:

    I love how the English can insult someone with fancy words.

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  153. SFC Ton says:

    The link about the gals not getting dicked is like red pill 101, yet I doubt 1 in 100 young chick’s reading it will heed the unwritten warning. It’s likely less then that of married women will heed their unwritten warning either

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  154. Exfernal says:

    I just asked what is that “certain period”. There is no particular post I’d like to revive especially hard.

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  155. Spawny Get says:

    Ex, it’s adjustable. If people want something resurrected, I can do that…

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  156. Exfernal says:

    @Ton
    A “Dear John” letter? Reminds me of this tune:

    Catchy, isn’t it?

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  157. Spawny Get says:

    Perhaps I should clarify that wank-pot (also toss-pot) means receptacle for sperm liberated via masturbation. This is not an example of the great English art of verbal shivving.

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  158. Liz says:

    “I am feeling a bit glum today. The red pill has it’s upsides as far as life lessons but it’s not exactly cheery. Kind of a downer, really! Reality bites?!?”

    Sorry Bloom. 😦
    Yeah, this stuff kind of gets me down, too.
    I’ll try to think of something uplifting once my brain fog has lifted. Too early for me right now.
    🙂

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  159. Exfernal says:

    @Sumo
    I prefer scythes. Only to watch, of course:

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  160. Tarnished says:

    5. Hypothetically, if the man is a low sex-drive househusband and the woman is a high-libido provider to the household, is the male automatically fulfilling the role of prostitute?

    No, more of a domestic servant. She will have a stable of toys to make up for his shortcomings (pun intended).

    Y’know, this idea never even occurred to me. I envisioned a role reversal, not a sexless marriage with the male being an asexual and the female using toys to please herself. Unfortunately, in the overwhelming majority of cases this is likely what would happen.

    Seriously! These guys probably would put up with the women, some of them, maybe, willingly.
    Lol, Spawny. Well, still better chances than they currently have…

    c) I’ll set up a dating agency which I will call ‘platonic’ partners
    If it’s openly platonic in nature, can it honestly be called a dating agency?

    Just going to add this bit I found at Francis Roy’s blog:
    https://francisdroy.wordpress.com/2015/10/11/are-women-oppressed/

    Yup. Found this for a comment, what? 3 posts ago? Don’t know if it speaks more to the fact Francis writes so well and broadly that his posts are useful for so many topics, or that we’re so screwed that it all blends together into a mashup. I’d hope for #1, but know there’s at least some of 2 in there.

    Tarn,
    About your Point 5, it does happen, Elsewhere, a commenter talked to her doctor about this and for every two men coming out on the short end, there was one woman.

    Any links to share?

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  161. Liz says:

    “If it’s openly platonic in nature, can it honestly be called a dating agency?”
    No, I think that would be called a club.

    Looking forward to watching the next episode of Southpark after seeing this clip. This is too funny. Not sure folks over the pond can relate, but this drives me nuts too. You can’t go to the store these days without the obligatory charitable donation sales pitch at the end of your purchase (and on top of that, the baggers are working for donations for girl scouts or something, and the Drama club is just outside the door asking for donations for everyone entering and exiting the place. Can’t wait for Christmas! Then we’ll add a bell. Lol Gah….I’m not doing much to cheer up the place, am I? 🙂 Watch this though, it’s funny):

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  162. Liz says:

    Wish they’d do one on those multi-level marketing “parties”.
    We’ve always joked that sometime we’re going to start an Amway sales pitch when we have friends over, we’ve seen it so many times.
    Of course, we also joke that we’ll put the plates on the floor after everyone has eaten them so the dogs can lick then, and then place them back in the cabinet in front of them, like that’s the way we wash them. And we joke that we’ll invite our next door neighbors over and have our telescope facing their home with a pad of paper and some notes and dates on it.
    😛

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  163. Liz says:

    You want to live near us, everyone, don’t you?

    Homemade firearms, practical jokes all the time. LOL! 🙂

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  164. Liz says:

    Oh my, this episode is a must see. Highly recommended. They have Steven Seagal and an anti-fat shaming on the internet campaign.

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  165. Exfernal says:

    Speaking of music, I wandered here accidentally:

    Pretty amazing, isn’t it?

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  166. Liz says:

    That was quite a (INTJ versus lefty fucktard) video, Swithy.
    Some seriously moronic people in that room…especially the females (“How dare you question why all these “refugees” are able-bodied young men!” and “I have news for you if you don’t like immigrants…if not for immigration from Africa homo sapiens wouldn’t be here…”)
    I truly had no idea people over the pond could be as stupid as people here are. My prejudiced thinking, I guess.

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  167. Spawny Get says:

    “If it’s openly platonic in nature, can it honestly be called a dating agency?”
    No, I think that would be called a club.

    Bless you, but if it were called a club, some men might miss the fact that they’re the ones supposed to pay for it and provide the entertainment.

    but…I forgive you

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  168. Liz says:

    That was SO COOL Exfernal!

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  169. Yoda says:

    Micro-aggress here we do,

    http://www.campusreform.org/?ID=6907

    The phrase “politically correct” is now a microaggression according to the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

    The university’s “Just Words” campaign is the work of UWM’s “Inclusive Excellence Center” and aims to “raise awareness of microaggressions and their impact”—microaggressions like “politically correct” or “PC.”

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  170. Exfernal says:

    “A concept with no name” is it then, Yoda? “Great unmentionable”, perhaps? Haha.

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  171. Exfernal says:

    Someone should inform them it’s futile. Euphemism treadmill can’t be stopped.

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  172. Spawny Get says:

    Going out to all the fembots out there

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  173. Yoda says:

    The “concept formerly known as political correctness” it would be.
    Symbolized by this it is,

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  174. @ spawney where is the audience member in the blue and white shirt from in the wank pot video from? Even the English can’t understand his accent 🙂 but he had good points. And was hot. Ok, I will stop!

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  175. Tarnished says:

    The phrase “politically correct” is now a microaggression according to the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

    The university’s “Just Words” campaign is the work of UWM’s “Inclusive Excellence Center” and aims to “raise awareness of microaggressions and their impact”—microaggressions like “politically correct” or “PC.”

    What the actual fuck?
    Just saying something is PC is now a type of (micro) aggression against oppressed groups and individuals?
    Shite, but Black Pill’s idea for a Mars colony keeps looking better and better…Stop the planet, I want to get off. 🚀

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  176. It’s politically incorrect to use the term politically correct. Oh my ears! (Wailing and gnashing of teeth, the microaggressions just never stop! I need a safe space!)

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  177. P.s. note I am past feeling glum and have moved right on to smack talk. 🙂 nothing like the emotional whirlwind fueled by estrogen, eh? Gah.

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  178. Spawny Get says:

    The perils of male loneliness, mail order brides…looking for Miss Right Wong

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  179. Spawny Get says:

    Male reproduction

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  180. P.p.s soon to be followed by the she spy “I love you guys” phase… You have been warned. Sniff!

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  181. Spawny Get says:

    The Scottish guy at 5:32? He’s from Scotland.

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  182. Spawny Get says:

    Treat for Bloom

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  183. Yoda says:

    Scottish to Tarn’s taste this would be,

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  184. Spawny Get says:

    course, lead singer of Garbage was only Shirley Manson’s evening job. By day?

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  185. Liz says:

    PC is now un-PC. Hm. We may need to resort to grunts, whistles, and smells as the means of communication soon. Grunts not too low though. That’s aggressive. And whistles not too loud. That’s rapey. And no Old Spice.

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  186. Yoda says:

    Write “A Guide to Women’s Hormones” post one of the ladies should.

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  187. Spawny Get says:

    Sorry ’bout initially spelling Shazza’s surname wrong…got her mixed up with Mansun

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  188. Yoda says:

    We may need to resort to grunts, whistles, and smells as the means of communication soon.

    Perhaps Moe of help here he could be

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  189. Liz says:

    “Write “A Guide to Women’s Hormones” post one of the ladies should.”

    Short version: There is no guide.

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  190. Liz says:

    Might be fun to make some stuff up, though.
    “I hate you, I hate you, I hate you….wait, don’t go….CALL ME!!!”

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  191. …Followed by 48 hours of agony and doubt over her emotional outburst. Obsessive cycling thoughts, “Will he call? Does he love me? Am I far? That bastard doesn’t deserve me anyway. Where is the ice cream? Is the drive thru open at 2 a.m? The fast food worker’s voice reminds me of him. Oh God, what have I done. I should call. No, don’t call. Wait call under some pretense, like come get your stuff, which really means I miss you but of course I can’t admit that. Oh crap, he came and got his stuff. Time for stalking…How can he doooo this to meeee???” And so on.

    I dramatize, slightly…

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  192. Yoda says:

    Cupcakes bad they are,

    http://www.nationalreview.com/article/425788/english-schools-ban-sexist-words-cupcake

    England’s Department of Education is having guidelines sent to every school in the country on Tuesday instructing them to ban “sexist” language — such as “man up” and “cupcake” — in the hopes that these terms will start to be considered as unacceptable as racist ones. “We have always had clear policies on racist language but now we are making it clear to staff that any kind of sexist language is not acceptable,” Janice Callow, deputy head of Fairfields High School in Bristol (one of the pilot schools) told the Sunday Times.

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  193. Spawny Get says:

    “Fairfields High School in Bristol (one of the pilot schools)”
    pilots as in Kamikazi pilots (at a societal level)?

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  194. Spawny Get says:

    Kiwi says ‘Yiss’ and Nige

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  195. Yoda says:

    Politically correct for Halloween one must be,

    http://iotwreport.com/u-of-wisconsin-youre-exploiting-the-oppressed-if-your-halloween-costume-is-funny/

    The Center for Cultural Enrichment (CCE) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is warning students that if your Halloween costume is funny, it’s more than likely that you’re exploiting oppressed people.

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  196. Tarnished says:

    “A harsh majority of humorous or erotic costumes are of marginalized and oppressed groups of people.”

    I didn’t know nurses were oppressed…
    (Sorry, Liz! 😉)

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  197. Yoda says:

    The nurse picture Tarn in costume it is?

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  198. Spawny Get says:

    No, Tarn modeled the Darth Talon cossie

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  199. Tarnished says:

    Nope. Not the quite the right dimensions. I’m more like this:

    But blonde, blue-eyed, and with ridiculously white skin.

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  200. Spawny Get says:

    Think it’s going to take more than breast binding to ‘pass’

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  201. Tarnished says:

    Yeah…I know. 😦
    It’s why I stopped doing so in late high school. Hurt too much, and wasn’t working anymore. Le sigh.
    Luckily, I can still be viewed as a tomboy, at least.

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  202. Spawny Get says:

    “wasn’t working anymore”, proves you are female minded…not. You recognised reality and dealt with it directly.

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  203. Spawny Get says:

    on soupit ‘one sighs’ on sou-pee
    le soupir ‘the sigh’

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  204. Tarnished says:

    You recognised reality and dealt with it directly.

    Yes. It was something not within my power to change, thus I changed as much as was necessary without sacrificing my me-ness.

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  205. Spawny Get says:

    An exchange in comments where the subject wandered onto the American Revolution and whether any of those involved had slaves. Made me laugh, kin’ excellent

    Gary Collins manwiththechildinhisfridge • a day ago
    Yep. Jefferson had loads but even they were treated with more respect than your average British subject.
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    HogwartsBukkake Gary Collins • a day ago
    Tell me about it. These dayz I have to pay someone to whip me.
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    Guardians Quitter HogwartsBukkake • a day ago
    Someone?? So that’s all I am to you?
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    HogwartsBukkake Guardians Quitter • a day ago
    This is awkward.
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    Guardians Quitter HogwartsBukkake • a day ago
    That’s normally Wednesdays.

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  206. Spawny Get says:

    That has me LMAO. Just me, huh?

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  207. Spawny Get says:

    And there’s more

    Frank Frontbottom Gary Collins • a day ago
    There’s no place in this country for aristocracy in the 21st century.

    Avatar
    Grumpy Frank Frontbottom • a day ago
    You are only jealous because you cannot trace your family back to your father.

    OUCH!

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  208. Spawny Get says:

    In honour of yesterday

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  209. Spawny Get says:

    Agincourt’s 600th anniversary falls on the 25th

    5 to 1 odds

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  210. Spawny Get says:

    All in all, given the thrashing the Kiwis gave ’em in rugby, not a good month to be French

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  211. SFC Ton says:

    Lest Tarn posted some photos of pretty girls to make up for the weird shit y’all normally post

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  212. Spawny Get says:

    Time for airplane video

    The point of the Grand Slam was not to hit the target directly, but to bury deep underneath it and earthquake the bugger to destruction.

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  213. Spawny Get says:

    The baby brother of Grand Slam (22,000lb) was called Tallboy (12,000lb / 5 longtons). One was used to sink the last of Germany’s Bismarck class ships, the Tirpitz. iirc the two (three?) that hit the ship passed clean through it and actually exploded in the seabed not far below it.
    http://www.raf.mod.uk/history/bombercommandtirpitznovember121944.cfm

    You lot actually created a US version for B29s and B36s. It was later used out of the loading ramps on C130s up until Hamburger Hill in ’69 Vietnam (creating a landing zone for helicopters)

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  214. Spawny Get says:

    Tell me about it. These dayz I have to pay someone to whip me.

    Someone?? So that’s all I am to you?

    This is awkward.

    I am sooo disappointed in all of you

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  215. Sumo says:

    I can think of more than a few nurses whom I would have enjoyed seeing in that outfit. And even more that I would not have enjoyed seeing in that outfit.

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  216. Yoda says:

    Not good this is,

    Nicole, a German school teacher told me once, when she asks her students what they want to become in the future, the majority of Turkish students say, “Hartz IV Empfänger” (state benefit receiver). When she asked one of her students, “Why is that?” The girl answered, “My parents live on Hartz IV and lead an easy life. They sleep longer in the morning, and always have got enough money.”

    http://www.frontpagemag.com/point/260515/germany-turbocharges-economy-spending-billions-daniel-greenfield

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  217. Tarnished says:

    >Tell me about it. These dayz I have to pay someone to whip me.

    This is awkward.

    I am sooo disappointed in all of you.

    Sorry, patriarch. Was dealing with the unwashed masses again.
    *clears throat*

    I’ll do it for free.
    Sumo probably would too, tbh, but I’ll make sure both of us enjoy it.

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  218. Spawny Get says:

    et tu, Tarn…et tu?
    no, not froggy (for those not acquainted with the reference)
    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Et+tu%2C+Brute%3F

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  219. Cill says:

    HALT!! Before anyone lets loose another video salvo here, spare a thought for a bloke who has nowt but a cell phone to connect him to civilization. Some of us do have a need to connect with the demesne of He of the Movie Star Good Looks, you know. Just to be in the mere ethereal presence of the man for 5 minutes would be a day’s spiritual sustenance for this lonely traveler, but to be denied access to it because no-one has considered dividing a 2-day-old post into 2 is bitter grist for a man in the wop-wops.

    Anyway, how are you all?

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  220. Spawny Get says:

    that question was aimed at Tarn…with all respect due to Sumo

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  221. Spawny Get says:

    So give me a call…I’m in fine fettle, though I’m about to head in front of the fire…Winter is coming

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  222. Tarnished says:

    However the recipient would like, of course! I have a nurses outfit, a catholic schoolgirl outfit, or a leather renaissance faire outfit. Or nekkid. Nekkid is my favorite.

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  223. Spawny Get says:

    Tell me about it. These dayz I have to pay someone to whip me.

    Someone?? So that’s all I am to you?

    This is awkward.

    So, Cill…did you laugh? Or have you not finished laughing from the rugby?

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  224. Yoda says:

    Intentional overreach he does admit,

    http://www.cnsnews.com/commentary/hans-bader/new-york-times-reveals-stupidity-yes-means-yes-sexual-assault-policies

    Ezra Klein is the editor-in-chief of the liberal publication Vox, and a leading supporter of California’s “affirmative consent” law. He says that it will define as guilty of sexual assault people who “slip naturally from cuddling to sex” without a series of agreements in between, and “create a world where men are afraid,” which he justifies by saying that “men need to feel a cold spike of fear when they begin a sexual encounter.” He writes that California’s “Yes Means Yes” law

    “tries to change, through brute legislative force, the most private and intimate of adult acts. It is sweeping in its redefinition of acceptable consent; two college seniors who’ve been in a loving relationship since they met during the first week of their freshman years, and who, with the ease of the committed, slip naturally from cuddling to sex, could fail its test. The ‘Yes Means Yes’ law is a necessarily extreme solution to an extreme problem. Its overreach is precisely its value … If the ‘Yes Means Yes’ law is taken even remotely seriously it will settle like a cold winter on college campuses, throwing everyday sexual practice into doubt and creating a haze of fear and confusion over what counts as consent. This is the case against it, and also the case for it … Men need to feel a cold spike of fear when they begin a sexual encounter … To work, ‘Yes Means Yes’ needs to create a world where men are afraid.”

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  225. Tarnished says:

    Winter is coming

    That’s fine. I’ll get it a towel to clean up…

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  226. Spawny Get says:

    Got an outfit like that pictured in the famous painting (from Allo Allo)

    The famous ‘The fallen madonna with the big boobies’ (by van Clomp)

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  227. Cill says:

    Who’s Winter?

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  228. Sumo says:

    S’okay, Spawny. You probably wouldn’t enjoy the samurai, ninja, or SWAT outfits anyhow.

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  229. Tarnished says:

    Cill is speaking loopily. Has he been in his liquor cabinet again?

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  230. Cill says:

    “did you laugh? Or have you not finished laughing from the rugby?”

    I’ve got a boar on me back, a stroppy Dog, terrain too steep for a horse, and one free finger for pressing keys. No time for laughin.

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  231. Sumo says:

    Did you use a knife?

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  232. Cill says:

    Yep. Always.

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  233. Spawny Get says:

    renaissance faire? Seen The Mediaeval Baebes?
    I missed one of their concerts in my home city while I were in France. They play out your way too

    This and the preceding (on the album, not this comment) short track ‘Cittern Segue’ are my favourites.

    Got to be in the right mood, but I am a sucker for a pretty voice.

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  234. Spawny Get says:

    “I’ve got a boar on me back” vs “Goat-fucker”…you swing both ways then?

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  235. Spawny Get says:

    Did you drop your boar yet? Sozz

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  236. Cill says:

    I have some vertical terrain to deal with here. Cill out for now. I’ll be back.

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  237. Sumo says:

    Be safe, brother.

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  238. Spawny Get says:

    Be safe…yeah, always use a condom, never go boarback

    Never go bareback without a condom?

    Iirc pigs have corkscrew willies…anyone?

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  239. Spawny Get says:

    Not that outfit, ta muchly

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  240. Sumo says:

    Iirc pigs have corkscrew willies…anyone?

    No, you’re thinking of ducks, O Ancient One.

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  241. SFC Ton says:

    Why would one care about porince genital unless they are into some weird shit……

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  242. Spawny Get says:

    Quacking up, it seems. Much more of this and I’ll be for the chop.

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  243. Spawny Get says:

    Also, according to my bestest dive buddy of yesterdecade, who did aggie training;
    Sheep have clitorises, cows don’t.

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  244. Spawny Get says:

    His supply of sheep lube made getting into tight latex a breeze. Drysuit wrist seals.

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  245. Tarnished says:

    I feel very sorry for the cows. They got gypped!

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  246. Sumo says:

    Agricultural training must be very different in jolly ol’ England.

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  247. Spawny Get says:

    Have we overdone the gyno? Time to moove on? Choose anudder topic?

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  248. Cill says:

    Yoda – Ezra Klein wants to “create a world where men are afraid”

    If that bastard was out here where I am right now he’d be very very afraid. Especially when I tell him he can find his own way home. He wouldn’t have a hope of keeping up with me even though I’m carrying 300 pounds of field-dressed carcass on my back.

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  249. Spawny Get says:

    I was wondering what dimensions a pig willy would have, then I realised it must be m8 threaded. You imperial/us types won’t get that, obviously.

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  250. Cill says:

    Tell me about it. These dayz I have to pay someone to whip me.

    Someone?? So that’s all I am to you?

    This is awkward.

    So, Cill…did you laugh? Or have you not finished laughing from the rugby?

    I laughed, mate. “This is awkward”.. Bloody hell

    HAHAHAHAHA!!

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  251. Farm Boy says:

    There is a new post

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  252. Yoda says:

    If listen closely one does,
    Miss Piggy sounds a bit like me she would.

    Other than her syntax that is.

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  253. Farm Boy says:

    I bet that we set a record for most youtubes on one thread.

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