The Gender Games


fuzziewuzziebear said:“How many times have we heard feminism described as a society wide shit test?”

More times than we can count, Fuzzie! It just gets international media coverage now.

Considering legal issues like “Yes Means Yes” laws, and the proposed legislation regarding campus sexual assault, one has to align such feminine fraternity fecal flings with the corrupted compostal complaints of wistful wife wannabees who aren’t getting any male attention of the sort they claim to desire: Why Do Men Avoid Marriage and Where Have All The Good Men Gone?

While the evidence grows that younger men are indeed heeding the expressed relationship experiences of us older men, there remains enough evidence to the contrary to cause such a one as myself to question our efficacy. As we’ve often discussed on Spawny’s Space, there is little advantage to men marrying and much disadvantage. More men apparently aren’t marrying. Thus marriage itself isn’t the major economic industry it once was, and divorce increased sufficiently to return many men to the single state with enough scar tissue to shield them from ever entering the arena again. But it still happens, often enough to make the protestations of women who now believe they aren’t getting what they want via matrimonial power and control -as their feminine ancestors expected as their due- to be somewhat verisimilitudinous.

On to the contrasting complaints of college co-eds against campus rape, and their elder sisters with ticking clocks who aren’t attracting sperm donors. The co-eds want more dominance and control to increase the cost of sex to levels not seen since their great-grandmothers were the same ages. The elder sisters (and mothers?) don’t see how their behavior in their younger years drove away suitable men who tired of the constant rejection and weren’t willing to risk criminal conviction if the alpha boy act which she appeared to encourage wasn’t accepted as a come-on.

Despite the numerous articles on women fantasizing about being raped, more studious reports indicate that rape isn’t what she’s seeking. It’s avoiding blame for having sex. One hypothesis presented by Psychology Today is the only one I consider valid based on my years of somewhat limited coital interaction with a small population of feminine partners:

Sexual blame avoidance. This is the most popular explanation. It recognizes that women’s erotic desires may trigger feelings of anxiety, guilt, and shame. How can women enjoy robust sexual fantasies without developing these feelings? Fantasize about being forced. That way, women aren’t responsible for the sex and need not feel distressed about it. I was forced. It wasn’t my fault.

[Bolding mine]

Put this into the context of the proposed campus criminality codes: I had nothing to do with having sex, so it must have been rape.

Now let’s add in another hypothesis from the article:

Sexual desirability. This explanation reflects the arc of romance fiction, which is wildly popular among women (and the single largest-selling category of fiction). In romance novels, a powerful, dangerous man {read: Alpha Bad Boy} becomes so enthralled by the {virginal feminine} protagonist that he must have her, even if his pursuit is assaultive {she doesn’t expressly grant permission}. Eventually, she tames him and they marry and have children. The sexual-desirability explanation says that women have rape fantasies to bolster feelings of seductiveness and desirability. I’m so hot. I drive men crazy.

My comments in {braces}.

I don’t accept the proposed matrimonial strategy behind this one, for I’ve seen this used as bait to lure men into range so that when the devastating rejection is launched it can’t miss. The McDonalds Drama Mamas then have a great laugh at some poor schlub’s expense. But the ego stroking generated in such women by the approaches men are inspired to initiate from noticing her appearance does make them think “I’m so hot, I drive men crazy – yet I can hurt them. I have POWER!”

As for the third hypothesis presented in the article, I’ve never met a woman who didn’t have some kind of sexual guilt issues. I thus consign that one to studies of the theoretical. ‘Nuff Sed.

I’m now going to crawl out onto a very thin branch and suggest that the complaints of co-ed and barren breeding women as I’ve outlined above can be sorted into the same sort of issues unhappily married women have. These complaints are numbered as they were presented in the source article. Corresponding male complaints I feel suitable as responses will be lettered in the order they were presented in that source article, both written by the same female author. My comments will again be in {braces}. Combinations are as I see them, so feel free to disagree.

1. She makes subtle suggestions that you haven’t been carrying your weight.

{This one applies more to the elder sisters with ticking clocks and their gripes about where all the good men went and why men avoid marrying them. “Why won’t men man up and marry?”}

7. She never initiates sex.
3. She’s not sexually satisfied.

{Never initiating sex has everything to do with all the sex-hostile admonitions mothers implant into their daughters, admonitions which inspire fantasies of forced sex so that she doesn’t have to take any responsibility for any sex which takes place. To initiate sex can also weaken any subsequent claims of rape regardless of the facts.}

{But she ends up not being satisfied sexually, because she won’t do or say what is necessary for a partner to make her experience a good one. As I pointed out in a previous post, a man having sex with a woman is expected to “just get it” when it comes to knowing what she wants. The problem which enters the picture is: what if what he “gets” isn’t what she meant? Then the cry of RAPE! is voiced, and the apprehension of the sexual criminal Montag is broadcast internationally for the edification and enjoyment of male-hostile women everywhere.}

{It only takes one such experience for a man to back off from future interactions with any women, even if the Law doesn’t get involved. The risk is far too great.}

4. She’s constantly asking, “Are you listening to me?”
5. You keep trying to solve her problems, when all she wants is for you to listen.

{And yet, if you heartless men don’t try to solve her problems anyway, she only raises the stakes (and the volume). Just look at the anti-campus rape effort aimed at getting male-dominated governments to deliver “solutions” to satisfy the anguished feminine soul. What then does the average male do in response?}

G. He dodges important conversations.
C. He complains about nagging.
E. He feels like he’s being punished for things he {or others} did in the past.
A. He feels like he can’t win.

I’m now going to personalize this post by dragging Katniss -er, Jennifer Lawrence- into the discussion. Recently interviewed, Ms Lawrence reveals that she’s ready to step off the cock carousel and do the honorable thing as her grandmother would approve:

“I can’t wait to be married,” Lawrence added. “I feel like if I find that one person who I want to spend the rest of my life with, who I want to be the father of my children, that I would absolutely not f— it up. But I’m also not banking on that.”

Here are her declared problems with this plan:

“Guys are so mean to me. I am lonely every Saturday night. No one ever asks me out…it hurts my feelings. I’m just a girl who wants you to be nice to me.

How does this translate into the theme of this post?

1. She makes subtle suggestions that you haven’t been carrying your weight.
7. She never initiates sex.
3. She’s not sexually satisfied.

So where does the “forced sex” enter into this picture? Maybe here: Lawrence said in the interview that she didn’t like the way one unidentified former boyfriend made her feel. My conjecture is that this might have been behind (pun intended) the tale of a hotel maid discovering a significant collection of butt plugs in Lawrence’ room while cleaning.

As I see it, it could explain this comment of hers from the cited interview:

“When someone makes you insecure, it’s strangely exhilarating because you keep trying to fight for that validation,” she explained.

Could it be that a reluctance to engage in anal sex with this former boyfriend inspired him to imply she was sexually incompetent, and to pressure her to “prepare” herself for him with these butt plugs in order to win his validation? “I can TOO take it in the ass! ” Only she knows for sure, and whether or not she ever reveals more about this is entirely her business.

So where did I come up with the cock carousel observation? Lawrence is again the source:

“It’s what you want to have before you get married, so that you don’t seek it out once you are.”

Can there be a better description of the motive to engage in casual sex when young? Yet just WHERE is Prince Charming when Katniss is SO in need of him to marry her and make her a mother? Probably hiding out with Prince Philip where suspiciously-accused rapists go to prevent being convicted over a sexual misunderstanding due to a lack of overt consent.

OK, I’m done. I might have other thoughts later, but I now open the comment floor for your observations.

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142 comments on “The Gender Games
  1. Cill says:

    I print off this post and sprawl out on my deckchair in the shade. Before I can start to read, the scent of the pages is somewhere between wheat and the venetian blinds in my mother’s kitchen. I get drowsy and the pages drop on my chest like laundry powder flakes…

    What was I doing again? Oh yes, I was about to read…

    Yeah. More good stuff from brother blurkel.

    Down a bit:
    “Could it be that a reluctance to engage in anal sex with this former boyfriend inspired him to imply she was sexually incompetent, and to pressure her to “prepare” herself for him with these butt plugs in order to win his validation? “I can TOO take it in the ass! ” Only she knows for sure, and whether or not she ever reveals more about this is entirely her business.”

    BWAHAHAHAHA!!

    Remorsely, blurkel continues:
    “Yet just WHERE is Prince Charming when Katniss is SO in need of him to marry her and make her a mother? Probably hiding out with Prince Philip where suspiciously-accused rapists go to prevent being convicted over a sexual misunderstanding due to a lack of overt consent”

    Last time I saw Prince Philip they were in the royal limousine. I swear I caught glimpses of the Queen’s tiara’d head jerking up and down in the vicinity of his crotch. She was giving him her version of the Royal Seal, I reckon. (That reminds me, I must buy some more postage stamps.)

    Back on topic.
    “It’s what you want to have before you get married, so that you don’t seek it out once you are.”

    Can there be a better description of the motive to engage in casual sex when young?

    No. There cannot.

    Like I said, good read, brother blurkel.

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  2. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Blurkel,
    Yikes! When I first found the manosphere, I was looking for reasons why I was having bad luck dating. All I wanted was a girlfirend. This rabbit hole keeps getting deeper. How did we get to a population of seven billion people in this world if women act this way?

    The midset you attribute to Jennifer Laweence is poison for women. Once they get on the carousel, there is no going back. Should they try, they will usually blow up their family.

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “That reminds me, I must buy some more postage stamps.”
    Big Orson Welles laugh!

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  4. molly says:

    Fuzzie still awake?

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  5. blurkel says:

    At the risk of having British Secret Services run me through the Princess Diana treatment, I meant THIS Prince Philip:

    Prince Phillip is the love interest of Princess Aurora, and the deuteragonist of Disney’s 1959 film Sleeping Beauty.

    And not THIS Prince Philip:

    Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

    While I personally have no use for “royalty”, I know that The Commonwealth isn’t about to lose their symbols of decadence any time soon. Even in the USA, despite our Revolution, it seems that we Colonials haven’t either. MUCH media time is spent following the activities of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (who has the unenviable position of being a royal brood mare and little else besides wife to Prince William, who clearly learned something about life from his mother) and her son Prince George. The baby daughter hasn’t reached the age where she is of much attention.

    Meanwhile, out in the real world…ISIL…Mali…Paris…The Ukraine…South China Sea…

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  6. blurkel says:

    @Fuzzie

    How did we get to a population of seven billion people in this world if women act this way?

    NAWALT! The Entitled Princesses a La Lawrence don’t breed nearly as much as women who live in lands far less enlightened and liberated. Thus the bulk of population growth happens in lands we tend to not hear much about, with the possible exceptions of India and China.

    from Wikipedia

    The red shades indicate the largest population growth, while the darkest shade of green indicate population loss. Putin, Merkel, and Abe appear to have the largest drops to deal with, and we know about the Japanese herbivores. It appears to be a more widespread problem than the media chooses to cover!

    But look at the nations where the red shade is deepest. The population growth is going to encounter serious issues with sustenance before too many more years pass. It could make the Niger and Mali and other situations in formerly Euro-colonized African and South Asian nations look like the Mizzou flap before long.

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  7. Liz says:

    Most of the fake rape claims I’ve known (and I’ve known a good many) were inspired either as a means to punish, or to avoid punishment.
    Example, woman is married and husband finds out. Or, woman fraternizes with married man and doesn’t want to get charged. Or, woman acts like an ass at a party because she was drunk and her job is now in jeopardy (rape accusation=automatic whistle blower protection). Or, woman is mad at the guy (for whatever reason). Or, woman wants attention and victimization status. Or, woman has financial incentive to create a faux story.

    I’m not sure I guy the “guilt over sex” bit, myself. Because most of these woman seem to feel no shame about engaging in very slutty public and private behavior.

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  8. Liz says:

    Fwiw, I’m pretty sure the purpose of the butt plug isn’t anal sex, it’s for P in V sex (to heighen the experience).
    I’ve never used one, but I’m pretty sure…because relaxing the anal sphincter (permanently) is a very very bad plan.

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  9. Yoda says:

    Odd their talk is,

    The British Home Secretary, Theresa May, was a little behind the curve when she reacted to the bloodbath in Paris by insisting that “the attacks have nothing to do with Islam”. This is the old spin that, although some terrorists might claim to be Muslim, there’s nothing inherently Muslim about their terrorism.

    But why be so modest? In the United States, the most senior members of the Democrat establishment are taking it to the next level. Secretary of State John Kerry:

    It has nothing to do with Islam; it has everything to do with criminality, with terror, with abuse, with psychopathism – I mean, you name it.

    As my friend Douglas Murray remarked:

    So long as you don’t name it ‘Islam’.

    Quite. Secretary Kerry doesn’t care what you name it as long as you don’t name it “Islam”. Because the not-naming of Islam is more important than the actual naming of whatever it is. Even the qualification that many have been careful to make over the years – of course, most Muslims aren’t terrorists but an awful lot of terrorists unfortunately happen to be Muslim – will no longer suffice. As President-in-waiting Hillary Clinton assures us:

    Muslims are peaceful and tolerant people and have nothing whatsoever to do with terrorism.

    So not only is terrorism nothing to do with Islam, but Muslims have “nothing whatsoever to do with terrorism”. She said this a few hours before yet another US citizen was killed by terrorists shouting “Allahu Akbar!” – this time in a mass slaughter at the Radisson Hotel in Bamako, Mali.

    http://www.steynonline.com/7308/the-week-in-nothing-to-do-with-islam

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  10. Tarnished says:

    Despite the numerous articles on women fantasizing about being raped, more studious reports indicate that rape isn’t what she’s seeking. It’s avoiding blame for having sex.
    Which makes sense, but it’s also important to note that a fantasy isn’t necessarily something you’d want to do or have occur in real life.

    Sexual Blame Avoidance and Sexual Desirability
    Read “My Secret Garden” or “Forbidden Flowers” by Nancy Friday. She’s a researcher who collected dozens upon dozens of fantasies from women of many ages and economic backgrounds. Both of these traits feature quite prevalently.

    7. She never initiates sex.
    3. She’s not sexually satisfied.

    Why, one would be tempted to think these go hand in hand. Imagine that!

    “When someone makes you insecure, it’s strangely exhilarating because you keep trying to fight for that validation,” she explained.
    Alternative: You could just dump their ass and find someone who doesn’t play mind games or constantly moves the goalposts of their validation. Just a thought.

    Or, woman wants attention and victimization status. Or, woman has financial incentive to create a faux story.
    These are the type that I see most often in the news. Either way, they destroy male lives and make it worse for true victims of both sexes. Why don’t we yet have a law stating that if it is proved afterwards that a false report was given that the liar has to serve the same punishment?

    Fwiw, I’m pretty sure the purpose of the butt plug isn’t anal sex, it’s for P in V sex (to heighen the experience).
    They can be used for preparation for anal sex, for a heightened or different sensation during vaginal sex or cunninglingus, or for prostate stimulation during fellatio.

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  11. Tarnished says:

    Muslims are peaceful and tolerant people and have nothing whatsoever to do with terrorism.
    Not All Muslims Are Like That, just like Not All Jews, Not All Christians, Not All Pagans, etc. Why is this so difficult to understand? Regardless of the faith of the criminal they need to be called out for their wrongdoing and punished. And if their extremist view of their faith is part of what caused the crime…yes, this needs to be addressed as well.

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  12. SFC Ton says:

    No all “good” moslems are like that. They are told to kill all non believers until we convert, die or live as slaves.

    Like

  13. SFC Ton says:

    speaking of gender games
    worst advice ever ladies

    http://www.evanmarckatz.com/blog/dating-tips-advice/video-the-best-dating-advice-for-women-dont-do-anything/

    Why is it such bad advice? Men want some sign she is into him as well. Almost all men have wasted time on women behaving that way.

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  14. SFC Ton says:

    Did y’all see this
    http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2015/11/18/the-sunday-times-magazine-provides-frank-humanizing-look-at-the-men-going-their-own-way/

    Fuck I don’t know what to do with myself right now. I am out of deer tags, the bar isn’t taking up much time and I have three bikes all built and ready move…. Way to much internet time right now

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  15. Yoda says:

    Odd that WGTOW nobody hears of they do.

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  16. Liz says:

    Mike overheard a guy on the phone at the airport in Houston:
    “Hi Honey! Yeah I’m still in Las Angelas. Looks like I’ll be held over until tomorrow morning.”
    😛
    I wonder if he timed the announcements too? Because he’d be really fucked if an anouncement came over, “Attention all passengers on flight 232 out of Houston….”

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  17. Yoda says:

    It’s what you want to have before you get married, so that you don’t seek it out once you are.”

    Kind of like Sheryl Sandberg she is.
    What make one sure that seek it out when they get there one will not do?

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  18. Yoda says:

    Ms. Lawrence beta bucks she needs not.
    Marry the hot bad boy she could

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  19. Yoda says:

    The elder sisters (and mothers?) don’t see how their behavior in their younger years drove away suitable men who tired of the constant rejection and weren’t willing to risk criminal conviction if the alpha boy act which she appeared to encourage wasn’t accepted as a come-on.

    Always a problem this is.
    A fine line between awesome and creep there would be
    And all in the eye if the beholder it is.
    Often a crazy beholder at that

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  20. Tarnished says:

    Odd that WGTOW nobody hears of they do.

    You do, once in a while. They’re mocked for voluntarily remaining single by their “sisters”, create confusion and resentment in their families for deciding to not have children or wed, and are misrepresented in the MSM as being exactly the same as the women we speak of here who can’t get a man, when it’s just that they don’t want to relinquish their freedom any more than MGTOW do.

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  21. Tarnished says:

    A fine line between awesome and creep there would be.
    Is there? Or have so many become brainwashed that this only superficially appears to be the case?

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  22. Cill says:

    “A fine line between awesome and creep there would be” :
    Luck

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  23. If the pics that surfaced when that reddit leak of celebrity nudes happened say anything, I’d say they showed Jennifer NOT to be a shy gal. (There you go Ton, something to hunt for on the Internet! Lol!) then she made the mistake (or was it?) of crying to the press about the nekked pics, which of course only triggered many people to look them up out of curiosity than ever would have otherwise. Victimizing her further, of course. (how dare you look at my nekked pics I keep talking about!!!)

    They aren’t selfies either, which made me wonder who the photographer was and what happened to that guy (guys?)

    Maybe that’s why she’s sitting home or nice guys are steering clear?

    Just thinking out loud here…

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  24. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    SFC Ton,
    Has anyone ever gone broke tellihng women what they want to hear? That is how Evan Mark Katz makes his living.

    Bloom,
    After all the hoopla about Jennifer Lawrnece and haer pictures subsided, she did a nude pictorial for Vanity Fair.
    I never saw her pictures. To me, it was not worth the effort.

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  25. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,
    I am awake now. I was sleeping when you wrote comments.

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  26. So out of curiosity I looked up her side of the story and supposedly the pics were sent back and forth between herself and her bf of 4 years when they were long distance. She said she’d rather her look at pics of her than porn. Ok. But still was a bad idea. Wonder what happened to that guy? I am sure she’s told that story too but I will have to look later.. The sun is shining which means time to work outside!

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  27. SFC Ton says:

    LOL when I want to see nekkied chicks I want them to be at arms length… then penis length….then….

    And I don’t know who Jennifer Lawrence is, right certain I don’t care either

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  28. Cill says:

    In my speech at the Danish Parliament on the tenth anniversary of the Mohammed cartoons, I quoted my compatriot George Jonas:

    Terrorism’s great achievement isn’t hijacking jetliners, but hijacking the debate. Successful terrorism persuades the terror-stricken that he’s conscience-stricken.

    Which is why, in the decade after 9/11, Western governments ramped up Islamic immigration instead of slowing it to a trickle; and their citizens were “very supportive” of those who converted to Islam in record numbers, instead of mourning the wholesale abandonment of their inheritance; and their community-outreach enforcers dragged those who disrespected the Prophet into court for ever more footling infractions, instead of obliging Islam to adjust to core western values like freedom of expression.

    And so now we have the considered position of Kerry, Clinton and Obama: Terrorism is to do with everything except Islam.

    “Everything” includes us, of course.

    Whether they realize it or not, the “powers that be” have swallowed Feminism’s doctrine of The Patriarchy hook, line and sinker.

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  29. Tarnished says:

    Back onto semi-topic of Blurkel’s post here.
    What happens when the guy “gets it” for years…But then he’s told the entire thing was basically an illusion, and his prowess was a pretty lie:
    https://reddit.com/r/DeadBedrooms/comments/3ts48u/good_lord_where_do_i_even_start/

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  30. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    I remember you warning us not to go to “Dead Berooms”. That guy has been taken for a ride by his wife.

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  31. Tarnished says:

    You can go to DeadBedrooms, Fuzzie…just don’t read more than, say, 5 posts a day. It gets extremely disheartening after that.

    There are a decent amount of high libido (HL) women there (higher than one would expect), but men do still outnumber them. Strangely, although there are many HL males, a significant amount of HL women, and quite a few LL women, I’ve never seen a post by an LL male.

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  32. Tarnished says:

    Here’s one from a LL woman who actually knows she’s perpetuating the deadbedroom and wants advice in fixing it. Her complaint about disliking the all around “messiness” of sex is a common one, as is her assertion that the sex is pleasurable but she no longer craves it.

    I can wrap my head around the first complaint, but not the second. Gives me serious headtilt.

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  33. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    It doesn’t sound like a topic to inspire joy. What I would like to know is how to avoid that outcome. I am beginning to conclude that men’s hope is turned against them. There may be now way to tell until he is locked in.

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  34. Tarnished says:

    Agreed. I think Blurkel, and to a extent Spawny, have done enough posts to warrant such a conclusion.

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  35. blurkel says:

    @ Ton and All:

    Breitbart didn’t necessarily read his own topic background too closely. Lookie what I found:

    Karen Straughan, co-founder of the Honey Badger Radio podcast and a leading critic of feminism on YouTube, was also interviewed….

    “We should protect men from exploitation by unscrupulous women and the system that enables them, not just because doing so is necessary to convince them to get back to the grindstone….

    http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2015/11/18/the-sunday-times-magazine-provides-frank-humanizing-look-at-the-men-going-their-own-way/

    NOT JUST BECAUSE DOING SO IS NECESSARY…TO GET THEM BACK TO THE GRINDSTONE????

    One begins to question just whose side she’s really on, down deep. And the question to ask: “If you take the woman out of the misandry, can you still take the misandry out of the woman???

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  36. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Blurkel,
    And I thought it was just me. In her defense, she does qualify that position but, there is presumption in that statement. It’s not exactly misandry.
    I got mad at her with her ,last great video on Nice Guys. She never offere a solution. That’s a glaring omission.

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  37. blurkel says:

    The Book of Response

    @Liz

    I’m not sure I [b]uy the “guilt over sex” bit, myself. Because most of these woman seem to feel no shame about engaging in very slutty public and private behavior.

    This brings the following question to the fore: Just how many women ARE like this?

    Tarn’s Dead Bedrooms reddit is familiar territory to me, and I rarely ever read about a resolution to the problem which didn’t include divorce and/or replacing the non-participant. We know what THAT costs, for we’ve covered the topic.

    @Tarn

    …it’s also important to note that a fantasy isn’t necessarily something you’d want to do or have occur in real life.

    The source article does cover this specific. AND, any time I attempted to even playfully attempt such strategies, that was the end of any prospective nookie for a significant period.

    @ Ton

    Mrs Evan Marc Katz assumed training her husband from his mother. He is how Mom raised him to be: easy pickings for a woman to give her grandchildren.

    @ Yoda

    Ms. Lawrence beta bucks she needs not. Marry the hot bad boy she could

    While true, I get the idea that she isn’t getting what she wants from the hot bad boys. They don’t want marriage and kids. I believe her to be honest when she says she does.

    @ Bloom

    Maybe that’s why she’s sitting home or nice guys are steering clear?

    As a once-nice guy, I feel she has to appear to be intimidating to a mere mortal man. It’s not a secret that men can be afraid of how they look when their net financial worth is so insignificant compared to hers. Look at what being married to Liz Taylor did to Larry Fortensky! ( http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1380014/Elizabeth-Taylors-builder-ex-husband-Larry-Fortensky-bizarre-marriage.html )

    Lawrence is going to have to be much more open and inviting to the kinds of guys she claims to want, but I bet she doesn’t have a clue how to do that. I’d say she needs a big sister with your wisdom to help her out, yet I doubt she’d heed me.

    The sun is shining which means time to work outside!

    For me, that means quitting time is approaching. Part of my job is to ensure that the sunrise doesn’t come later than the ephemeris insists it must.

    @Fuzzie

    In her defense, she does qualify that position but, there is presumption in that statement.

    If you like presumption better than misandry, I’ll allow it.

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  38. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Blurkel,
    It has been a while since I saw her Nice Guy ivideo. When I first saw it, I was furious over the absence of compassion. She is very much NOT the girl for me.

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  39. Tarnished says:

    Blurkel & Fuzzie,

    Re: Karen’s view
    It’s not a surprise, guys. Whether we want to use the term WGTOW, happy spinster, voluntarily single female, or whatever…there’s not that many of us, and fewer still that aren’t feminist *and* would therefore fully support MGTOW as well. I postulate that it’s actually pretty unnatural for most women to not want a provider/protector/mate, evolutionarily speaking.

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  40. Cill says:

    “The sun is shining which means time to work outside”

    It’s a magnificent day here in Godzone. Today I stood by a forest stream at the inland boundary of my new place-to-be, and dined on clean watercress. Kura (native fresh water lobster) and big healthy brown trout were clearly visible in the crystal water. Down the slope, where the forest ends there’s green pasture all the way down to the site of my next home, quite a lot lower than the forest but still towering above the sea.

    I’m back home now. The sea is as flat as a blue mirror under a cloudless sky. Great day for boating, but I’ve been surveying and marking out the new site, and strolled into the forest for the shade. When my new home is complete, I’ll be able to fish for trout from my back lawn. Like my present place, the new one will be on a clifftop and consist of tracts of forest and pasture. The difference is, next farm will be bigger and more secluded.

    Building my new paradise will be a big mission, but I’m looking forward to it.

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  41. Tarnished says:

    The source article does cover this specific. AND, any time I attempted to even playfully attempt such strategies, that was the end of any prospective nookie for a significant period.

    You have my sympathy, Blurkel.
    If I could take on some of your pain, believe that I would.

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  42. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    I wouldn’t call her a WGTOW. She has a boyfriend that she refers to often. She won’t marry him, as she has three kids that she is raising.

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  43. Tarnished says:

    That sounds like paradise, Cill.

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  44. Tarnished says:

    *grin*
    I’d not call her a WGTOW either, my ursine amigo. That was my point…the majority of those women who are somewhat, or even very, against misandry are not typically of the spinster bent.

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  45. Cill says:

    Yes it’s almost too beautiful to be true, Tarn. You would like the scents of the forest, and liquid notes of Bell Birds, otherwise silent as an empty church.

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  46. Tarnished says:

    Want to clarify that purposefully single females aren’t necessarily better than marriage-minded ones. It’s easier for us to give full support to males going their own way since we’re doing the same, but the species does still need to continue which obviously we don’t physically contribute to most of the time.

    I think Liz and Mike are very lucky to have one another, as are Cillhouette and her husband. Likewise, I think that whoever Bloom settles down with will have found a good wife plus polite children. If one must be in a relationship and having offspring, tis far better that it be done as they are. It just isn’t for all of us. 😉

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  47. SFC Ton says:

    I have always been leery of Karen Straughan

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  48. Yoda says:

    I postulate that it’s actually pretty unnatural for most women to not want a provider/protector/mate

    Then why act like they care not?
    See it enough, and guys take them for their word they do.

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  49. Yoda says:

    And so now we have the considered position of Kerry, Clinton and Obama: Terrorism is to do with everything except Islam.

    “Jumped the shark” they have.
    These clowns one can take seriously not.

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  50. Yoda says:

    I remember you warning us not to go to “Dead Berooms

    But honey there the bear might find

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  51. Yoda says:

    We should protect men from exploitation by unscrupulous women and the system that enables them, not just because doing so is necessary to convince them to get back to the grindstone….

    Always implicit in “anti-feminists” spiel this was.
    Only difference was explicitly state it she did

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  52. Yoda says:

    And so now we have the considered position of Kerry, Clinton and Obama: Terrorism is to do with everything except Islam.

    Almost appears like the coordinated “Gamers are Dead” articles that saw we did.
    About as intelligent also it would be.

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  53. Tarnished says:

    Then why act like they care not?
    See it enough, and guys take them for their word they do.

    Because they think that repeated denial of the need for masculine energy is what makes a SIW. But it’s not, it just creates a deficiency in one’s life. We’re a social species that has formed great civilizations through our ability to become interdependent and intradependent, while still having the option for individuals to have no marital status.
    Men and women need each other for balance. The light needs the darkness, passivity needs activity, emotion needs logic, and sexual energies/personalities need each other. The rejection of this leads to what we see today.

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  54. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    It’s enough that you understand.
    As for all those SIWs saying they don’t need a man, men have no option. We have to take them at their word. Pity for them should they change their mind. It is within the ability of feminism toi lose the men.

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  55. Messy sex??? How is sex messy? Shouldn’t it be messy? I don’t get that…

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  56. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    If they can find a point to contend, they will maximize it. It’s gotten beyond ridiculous, it’s ludicrous.

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  57. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    To add to that, watching a video about overseas women, two Ukrainian women meet at a hen party in the US. Both are married to Americans. The subject of denying sex comes up and one Ukrainian wife asks the other, “What is it with American women? Is it too much trouble to have sex with their husbands?”

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  58. Cill says:

    Right now there are riots in Australia between masked members of the anti-islamist “Reclaim Australia” and “No Room for Racism”. Australia TV news reports describe the latter as “anti-racists”, thus revealing their bias.

    Reclaim Australia and No Room for Racism rallies clash across Australia

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  59. Cill says:

    Actually after watching the videos in the link I gave above, I saw no masks. In the TV report I watched earlier, the description masked members of the anti-islamist “Reclaim Australia” was another example of bias in the MSM.

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  60. blurkel says:

    @ Cill

    You are pouring so much wisdom into the mix it’s hard to keep up! I’ll get the easy one out of the way first.

    I have learned to not trust anything the corporate-owned media says. There is always a hidden agenda which generally revolves around stock prices and transactions. In other words, as Deep Throat told Woodward and Bernstein (who have since become quite corrupted themselves) during Watergate, follow the money.

    Which brings me to:

    And so now we have the considered position of Kerry, Clinton and Obama: Terrorism is to do with everything except Islam.

    This is a business decision. I don’t know if you followed the fracking boom here in the US, but there was a LOT of glee expressed in our so-called “free (to say anything they want) media” about energy independence and a new boomtown economy. Places like North Dakota (where no one ever went on purpose) were seeing money flow in like never before.

    This, of course, doesn’t sit well with the Saudis, who couldn’t terrorize the world without the Western money they get from their oil. As Ton tries to state above, they DO have a religious-based agenda, but they don’t yet control the means to realize its global conclusion. This puts them on two different paths which they travel simultaneously.

    First: eliminate their competition.

    There is an old joke I picked up somewhere. It goes:

    “Q: What is $100, $100, $100, $10, $100?”
    “A: Three years of Saudis raising money on oil, one year of Saudis driving competition out of business, and one year of Saudis restoring lost profits.”

    As the Saudis have bought their way into the biggest US banks, they can ensure that the frackers go bankrupt quickly, and the US energy “producers” again don the Dromedary livery and become meek lest their ridiculous Saudi-derived incomes cease.

    While this is going on, the Saudis use their bogus and corrupted Wahhabist religion to turn the people they dominate away from a revolution which would topple their regime. They do this by quietly declaring jihad against the very source of their massive revenue. The Saudis watched when Dubya Bush launched Shock-and-Awe on Baghdad, so they have no illusions of the fools they dominate ever really winning. These fools are but useful tools to keep Western greed from ever considering ending what for the Saudis is life.

    IF the US ever again had real leaders with drive and vision (and this weekend is the anniversary of what corporate greed will do to such a US leader), we would have the means to launch a Man To The Moon-type effort to reduce petroleum usage to the point that domestic sources could provide. The US Defense Department is already pursuing the development and distribution of such technologies for their own use, so there is no excuse for not having wider distribution to the general public. None of this is deemed Top Secret.

    But those who make great sums keeping things the way they are own the government, and aren’t about to let loose any more than they must to keep a viable military available. This group includes the Saudis, but isn’t exclusively them. They merely dominate via subtle hints about the troubles they can cause, as we now see in France and Belgium. Chickenshit Western “leaders” understand they are powerless against this without taking steps their own people won’t tolerate.

    Hence the next war, which will be triggered by “extremist terrorism” of the kind in Sarajevo which launched WWI and which cost your beautiful land a lot of lives at hell holes like Gallipoli. It is all about corporate domination of all global economic activity and the means to generate it – especially people. The war will actually be about deciding who becomes a member of the controlling elite, and who gets demoted to peasant status for their lack of artificial suitability, for the war against the people is already under way.

    Which brings me to the last item I have to cover: your new Paradise. Thanks to much of what I’ve listed above, such places have become increasingly rare in the US. I hope that you live to enjoy it for many years, and that it keeps you free from the horrible life I see coming for most of us. There can be no reclamation of the natural rights of humans if no one remains to fight the good fight against the virulent strains of greed. It can only come from the places like which you are creating.

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  61. SFC Ton says:

    I’m glad to see more reports of White men standing up to the hajji invasion

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  62. Liz says:

    “I have always been leery of Karen Straughan”

    I’m leery of all of them (the Honeybadger brigade).
    Not that I don’t think they make a lot of good points.

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  63. Liz says:

    Mike, this morning: “It’s good we’re married.”
    Me: “Why do you say that?”
    Mike: “Well, it would be really sad for your husband to find out how much you like me.”
    LOL! 😛

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  64. Tarnished says:

    Pfft…hahaha! 😀

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  65. Yoda says:

    used as bait to lure men into range so that when the devastating rejection is launched it can’t miss

    Why devastating rejections desired so they are?
    Status gain that important it is?

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  66. Yoda says:

    You keep trying to solve her problems, when all she wants is for you to listen.

    Why listening more important than solutions they are?

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  67. Yoda says:

    The co-eds want more dominance and control to increase the cost of sex to levels not seen since their great-grandmothers were the same ages

    First lower the cost they do.
    Then raise it again they desire
    But only raise the cost for some they do desire.
    Really they want differential pricing they do.
    Most differential pricing schemes work poorly they do

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  68. Cill says:

    Liz

    How discerning you are! (to have the hots for such an irresistible bloke as himself)

    . 😀

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  69. Cill says:

    @blurkel at 10:05 am

    Yes, the Western World is facing grim times ahead. The sale of my present paradise and the purchase of the next are both under unconditional contracts. By the time I shift into my next paradise, it will be even better fortified than my present one is. I shall be prepared, brother.

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  70. Yoda says:

    She makes subtle suggestions that you haven’t been carrying your weight

    One may often ask “how much need you do”
    “Enough for status or enough for survival” one might ask.
    And ” suble suggestions” often seem underhanded to males they do.

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  71. Yoda says:

    More men apparently aren’t marrying. Thus marriage itself isn’t the major economic industry it once was

    Perhaps fewer weddings there would be.
    But more expensive with more frills they are.
    Maybe a wash it is

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  72. Yoda says:

    When I first found the manosphere, I was looking for reasons why I was having bad luck dating

    Not so much “bad luck” you did find.
    Nefarious forces at work they were

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  73. Tarnished says:

    Why devastating rejections desired so they are?
    Status gain that important it is?

    More importantly, how is being mean or bitchy to random men a “status gain”?

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  74. Tarnished says:

    Hey, I just found out our sometimes commenter and online acquaintance My Atheist Life (MAL) died last month.

    https://myatheistlife.wordpress.com/2015/11/22/regretfully/

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  75. Yoda says:

    Long term thinking escapes her it does.
    Essential skill for a President it is

    POLITICS
    Backfire: Hillary Tweets All Sexual Abuse Accusers Deserve To Be ‘Believed,’ Is Reminded Of Her Husband
    DEREK HUNTER
    Contributor
    11:37 PM 11/22/2015
    Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton addresses the Democratic National Committee (DNC) Summer Meeting in Minneapolis, Minnesota, August 28, 2015. REUTERS/Craig Lassig Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton addresses the Democratic National Committee (DNC) Summer Meeting in Minneapolis, Minnesota, August 28, 2015. REUTERS/Craig Lassig
    On the night CNN aired a controversial and, as many legal critics call it, flawed documentary on sexual assault on college campuses, Democratic Party frontrunner Hillary Clinton tweeted solidarity with victims of sexual assault. The response could not have been what she was hoping for.

    The link in her tweet went to a campaign webpage on sexual assault on campus that starts with a quote from a speech Hillary gave in September: “I want to send a message to every survivor of sexual assault: Don’t let anyone silence your voice. You have the right to be heard. You have the right to be believed, and we’re with you.”

    Clinton’s original tweet…

    …was immediately greeted with a crush of reminders of allegations against her husband, former President Bill Clinton, for sexual assault and even rape.

    http://dailycaller.com/2015/11/22/backfire-hillary-tweets-all-sexual-abuse-accusers-deserve-to-be-believed-is-reminded-of-her-husband/

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  76. Tarnished says:

    Why listening more important than solutions they are?
    According to my guy, it’s not that solutions are less important, but rather that he wants time to purely vent and get the issue off his chest without trying to field more questions or worry about fixing it right then. Sometimes there is no immediate solution anyway, in which case it’s just a matter of listening *and hearing* what he’s going through and providing validation of his emotions.

    I imagine it’s the same for most others who have an external locus of identity, as opposed to we who are INT-.

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  77. Yoda says:

    She likes Hillary not,

    She recalled a personal meeting with Hillary in 1978, in which, Broaddrick believes, the future First Lady strongly implied the alleged rape victim must stay silent about her traumatic experience.

    Broaddrick said she “almost died” two months ago when she saw a Clinton campaign ad in which Hillary insisted all women must be sided with if they accuse men of sexual assault.

    “You have the right to be heard. You have the right to be believed. We’re with you,” Clinton said in the video, which she addressed to “every survivor of sexual assault.”

    Broaddrick responded: “Aaron, the only thing that I would like to say is I hope that someday these two people, these people that I feel like are so evil, will be brought to justice.”

    “You know, if I can help in that, I will. But these are not good people for America,” she said of Bill and Hillary.

    Broaddrick said she was prompted to speak on Klein’s show after she saw Clinton’s Benghazi testimony last month. The show airs on New York’s AM 970 The Answer and Philadelphia’s NewsTalk 990 AM.

    “The only thing that made me consider coming forward again at this time at my age is when I saw her on that Benghazi hearing. Which was really hard to look at. I always turn the channel when either one of them are on TV. But when I saw that look on her face. It was the very same look back in 1978. That lying look.”

    Broaddrick said she fears for a Hillary presidency because “she lies. Just like she did in the Bengahzi hearing. She lies. She covers up. Just to imagine her in that position would not be good for America.”

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/11/22/exclusive-bill-rape-accuser-blasts-evil-hillary-shame-on-you/

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  78. thedeti says:

    Where’s Buena Vista keeping himself these days? Anyone know?

    Like

  79. Liz says:

    I think I last saw BV on ‘The Price of Helicopters’ thread, exactly one week, two hours, and fourteen minutes ago.
    Not that I’m keeping track. 😉

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  80. Sumo says:

    Damn, Lizard’s gone full blown stalker on us….

    Liked by 2 people

  81. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    If Hillary wins the nomination, I think it would be possible for her her opponent to crush her on an antifeminist platform.

    Yoda,
    About nuclear rejections, there must be some sort ego boost involved. I wonder how they would respon if a brother or someone they cared about had to withstand one. In the current social climate, they probably wouln’t care.

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  82. Yoda says:

    About nuclear rejections, there must be some sort ego boost involved. I wonder how they would respon if a brother or someone they cared about had to withstand one

    Wonder if what think they would if hypothetically a BFF received such treatment they did

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  83. Yoda says:

    Earlier this thread trigger warnings implemented they should have been

    Like

  84. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    It woud make a great deal of diffeence if the BFF were a boy or a girl. I shudder at the tought of a woman’s reaction to seeing another woman recieve a nuclear rejction.
    From their point of view, it’s perfectly all right to be as cruwl as possible to a man or boy.

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  85. Spawny Get says:

    “Why listening more important than solutions they are?”
    Tarn’s hubby is correct but off topic, I believe. He isn’t a female (either).

    Women want to bleat and whine for the drama and the tinglez and the victimhood.

    My ex-wife tried it on my INTJ self a couple of times only. At which point, I think, she worked out that I have had (hah) no interest in the femdramas of her female dominated workplace. I believe I told her to not bother trying to get on with women that didn’t like her.

    My mother has worked out that I’m a great place to get solutions and opinions (which she can adopt , or not, at will). Which is fine. We get on very well. I can only guess that my sisters get any other conversations that she requires (if any. decades married to my dad probably meant she was not LT, even if she started so)

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  86. Spawny Get says:

    “From their point of view, it’s perfectly all right to be as cruwl as possible to a man or boy.”

    An attitude enabled by their ‘belief’ that wimminz were oppressed by men throughout time. Also works across racial divides. Nationalities. Religions. Classes.

    Humans seem to view this claim as an entitlement for any barbarity that they feel like coming up with.

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  87. I would agree blurkel that it is only a matter of gaining the ability to carry out the plan that is holding that back. Cutting off the income that would make that possible asap seems like a really good idea.

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  88. Hilarious the irony of the sexual assault tweet. Whoops! Pesky how people remember the past…

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  89. Yoda says:

    Humans seem to view this claim as an entitlement for any barbarity that they feel like coming up with.

    So the purpose of coveted victim hood status this is?

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  90. Spawny Get says:

    The Holy Grail, Yoda

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  91. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I wanted to say something profound but, I keep dwelling on Hillary. She is so obhnoxious that it is a wonder tht feminists will support her.

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  92. SFC Ton says:

    a qucik online jab to the anti White bullshit going on at colleges

    http://www.thecollegefix.com/post/25223/

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  93. Yoda says:

    Started, it has,

    We have yet to find a term for the student protests going on across the country that beats Mona Charen’s “snowflake fascists” and last week the precious little Maoists at Princeton got the biggest scalp since Tim Wolfe: They brought down Woodrow Wilson himself.
    A group of fifteen Princeton students occupied the office of the university president last week with a list of “demands.” Their word, not mine. They wanted racial/cultural indoctrination—sorry, re-education—courses for all college staff and faculty. They wanted “a cultural space on campus dedicated specifically to Black students.” (A commenter at the Daily Princetonian wondered if this space would come with its own water fountain.) But most of all, they wanted Woodrow Wilson expunged from the school.
    Wilson is the most famous president in Princeton’s history and the school has a program (the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs) and a residential college (Wilson College) named after him. Wilson College features, among other tributes, a giant mural of the man in the dining area.
    Care to guess how long this group of fifteen students had to protest before the school’s current president agreed to do his best to disappear Wilson? Twenty hours.

    http://m.weeklystandard.com/blogs/princeton-s-snowflake-fascists-get-scalp_1068756.html

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  94. Yoda says:

    Woodrow Wilson a dead white man he was

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  95. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    It does appear to be a war on deas white men. Is it that they are not likely to fire back?

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  96. Spawny Get says:

    That appears to be their assumption. That the well of white guilt will never run dry. It’s working in Sweden, so…

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  97. Spawny Get says:

    Not watched South Park much. Never been a huge fan. Until…

    Just watched the Safe Space episode. Now watching the gay one.

    Hot damn. The give a dollar scenes were great.

    South Park is on the side of light.

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  98. Spawny Get says:

    Now on Tweek x Craig

    Lmao

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  99. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Thinking about Sweden, what if the whole country snapped? While it’s never happened, it doesn’t mean that it couldn’t. They have had more than enough provacation.

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  100. Spawny Get says:

    The press is doing its best to hide everything. All the crimes are reported as being by Swedes and YONAs. If they’re reported at all. Saying anything is a hate crime.

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  101. Spawny Get says:

    I think it’s a great plan to cover everything up and ignore the problem. Cannot see any potential problems whatsoever. It’s all good.

    Like

  102. Spawny Get says:

    Ninja ISIS?
    Bwahaha

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  103. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    The reaction to a cover up is usually huge compared to the original offense.
    Get ready for KA-BOOM!

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  104. Yoda says:

    The Holy Grail, Yoda

    Being a victim requires no skill, effort or talent it does.
    But high status it is.
    Odd this would be

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  105. Spawny Get says:

    Oh dear. Favourite fembot rufie rape hysteria reaches the UK Parliament.
    http://www.breitbart.com/london/2015/11/23/tory-sex-scandal-latest-activist-claims-no-memory-night-mp-waking-naked-bed/
    Maybe we’ll see a renewed appetite for proof in the judicial system. Now it’s not just little people being accused. Not just students.

    BTW it’s a British tradition that Lefties go down under financial scandals, the Righties go down for sex.

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  106. Spawny Get says:

    Fuzzie…Rotherham? They even re-elected the lefties that helped cover it up.

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  107. Spawny Get says:

    Caitlyn is running as a presidential running mate?

    South Park is microaggressing on a monumental scale.

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  108. Spawny Get says:

    PC stands for Pussy Crushing? Damn, was I mislead.

    Liked by 1 person

  109. Spawny Get says:

    Really?
    http://www.breitbart.com/london/2015/11/23/college-bans-yoga-white-people-cultural-genocide-due-western-supremacy/

    Yoga classes have been banned at a Canadian university because of “cultural genocide… due to colonialism and western supremacy” after complaints from political correct students.

    Jennifer Schaf had been providing free weekly yoga sessions for both disabled and able-bodied students at the University of Ottawa in Canada since 2008.

    However, this September she received an e-mail from staff at the Centre for Students with Disabilities, informing her that her voluntary work was no longer welcome, the Ottawa Sun reports.

    10828084_10101063297336626_4987343919609772327_o
    Jennifer Schaf / Facebook

    She was told that “Yoga has been under a lot of controversy lately” because the activity has been “taken” from other cultures.

    The e-mail argued that such cultures “have experienced oppression, cultural genocide and diasporas due to colonialism and western supremacy”, therefore “we need to be mindful of this and how we express ourselves while practicing yoga”.

    There’ll be demands for reparations next. On behalf of the ‘victims’

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  110. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I can’t explain Rotherham, It’s not normal. Were it normal, lots of people would be going to prison for a long time.

    That scandal fom Breitbart is something else. It seems the SOB was very busy. There is so much smoke there, there has to be fire.

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  111. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoga banned??? These people are nucking futs!
    Nest, they’ll want to ban yoga pants. NOOOOOO!

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  112. Spawny Get says:

    I’m just rather sceptical whenever the claim / inference is made by a woman that underhanded methods were used to get her into bed.

    There’re scandals there, I’m sure.

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  113. Cill says:

    Phuc Dat Bich, the Australian man with a name so awkward no one believes him

    Phuc Dat Bich wants to set the record straight:
    it’s his real name.

    It’s says it right there on his Passport:
    Bich
    Phuk Dat

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  114. Farm Boy says:

    There is a new post

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  115. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    He has a Chinese friend-Sum Ting Wong.

    Spawy Get,
    Before I read the piece, I was prepared for BS. Liz and I had a discussion about drug induced seduction. She thinks it’s possible but, I think it’s unlikely.

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  116. Liz says:

    “Phuc Dat Bich wants to set the record straight:
    it’s his real name.”

    Those were some mean parents.

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  117. Spawny Get says:

    Fuzzie should have followed Cill’s link. Instead he Wen Wong Way and disbelieved him.

    Liked by 3 people

  118. Cill says:

    Suk Dat Kok is another possibility, all 3 of them being real Vietnamese names.

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  119. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    We should have a party and invite Phuc, Sum, and Wen.

    Liked by 3 people

  120. Cill says:

    Phuc Dat Bich seems to come by way of third party advice to the copulating couple, whereas Bich, Phuc Dat (as on his passport) seems more like an exhortation by him to her, with a tone of aggression about it.

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  121. Spawny Get says:

    It’s a wind up I tells yer. Pull the other Wun Hung Lo.

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  122. Cill says:

    What if there’s only Wun?

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  123. Spawny Get says:

    I can smell bullshit. Hu Flung Dung.

    Liked by 2 people

  124. Cill says:

    I’m trying to research the Samsung Galaxy S6 here, and you lot are distracting me

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  125. Spawny Get says:

    Doesn’t fit, but I remember playing an Indian Chief called Running Bare in a primary school panto.

    Such innocent days of carefree cultural appropriation and a veritable cornucopia of microaggressions.

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  126. Spawny Get says:

    Sorry Granddad, goodnight 😉

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  127. Cill says:

    The chief minister of Delhi, India, is Sheila Dikshit

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  128. blurkel says:

    The Book of Response Part II

    @ Liz

    Mike: “Well, it would be really sad for your husband to find out how much you like me.”

    He may be schizophrenic, but you’ll always have both of him. Just make sure when he argues with himself, he doesn’t lose! :Smilyface:

    @ Yoda

    Why devastating rejections desired so they are? Status gain that important it is?

    Yes. It’s how the mean girls establish who is the most wicked witch of the group. Establishes the pecking order.

    “Why listening more important than solutions they are?

    As I just heard Mrs B explain this to my eldest son, women have to process every little nuance independently of the others in order to understand. It sounded like a process to eliminate aspects which didn’t apply, and to determine which factors were more important than others.

    If a male can stand the numerous logical detours before an emotional resolution is reached, it can prove to be rather entertaining.

    @tarnishedsophia

    More importantly, how is being mean or bitchy to random men a “status gain”?

    “Look at how high MY standards are” with an implied “compared to yours”. Might also be an implied “You cheap slut!”

    @ Fuzzie

    Hillary. She is so obhnoxious that it is a wonder tht feminists will support her.

    Are you kidding??? “It’s OUR turn!” is the rallying cry! She has the feminist vote locked up tightly!

    @swithunus

    I’m just rather sceptical whenever the claim / inference is made by a woman that underhanded methods were used [by a man] to get her into bed.

    FIXED IT! Just don’t know if the man under accusation was Bill Cosby.

    I’m going to Online Dating now. I think we dragged this out long enough.

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  129. Spawny Get says:

    Did he get the sack?

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  130. Cill says:

    The lefties tried to get him sacked but he’s still going strong. They hate him because he’s not a loopy lefty.

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  131. SFC Ton says:

    Am I the only one enjoying the left destroy it self? Wilson was/ is a progressive. Sanders is a flat out Socialist…. good times

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  132. I had an earlier version of the Samsung, I didn’t like it nearly as much as the iPhone. For many reasons. Maybe the 6 is better? That I don’t know…

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  133. Spawny Get says:

    I wish I hadnnnnnnnnn’t tipped beer all over my keyboard yesterday. Some of the keys are a mite sticky

    (explais previous deleted, mangled comment)

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  134. Spawny Get says:

    “Am I the only one enjoying the left destroy it self?”
    No, you’re not.

    But ‘we’ are left with our RightINO party sliding even further left. Meaning we’re even less of a democracy than before, we’re denied any real choice.

    We have pantomime bad guy ‘righties’ (for the lefties to whine about and get their emo fix of fighting the bad guys) and the pantomime horse with two arses and no head lefties (who, I truly hope) are unelectable jokes..

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  135. SFC Ton says:

    in ‘merica we don’t have a right wing or even right leaning opposition party. Only right wing thinking I can come up with is Pat Buchanan…. We had some great ones, like Sam Francis but none that I can think of right now (on the national scene)

    the only right leaning portions of the GOP are protecting the rights of freemen to arm themselves and not be taxed into poverty

    Trump is doing well for a number of reasons, not least of which is a populace message that appeals to the most under served voters in the usa; middle class and working class White men but he is not a rightist either

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  136. Spawny Get says:

    I should say that the ‘pantomime bad guy ‘righties’’ amount to centrists who talk about cuts at the edges of the debt-berg but fail to address the fundamental problems.

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  137. Farm Boy says:

    The Democrats are the rich and the poor aligned against the working and middle classes.
    The Republicans are difficult to figure out who they are for

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