#MeToo Defence


As we all know, lots of fellas have been pummeled with accusations.  Some of them are probably guilty of doing bad/marginal things, but were not sexy enough to survive an accusation.  Surprisingly, the sexiest men are not being accused.  Or perhaps this is not surprising at all.

Perhaps when they do stuff, it is “all the way consensual”, rather than “I will go along with this now as it will help my career consensual”. The second type is where the real consent form is needed, as the ambiguity of the situation is being exploited by women.  Doing this would formally make many women whores, but it would be a more truthful relationship.

So in short, if you are George Clooney, there is no need for a consent form.  For most everybody else, yes there is a need.

Of course, none of this will ever happen.

Posted in alpha fux, Feminism, Hypergamy, Lies
93 comments on “#MeToo Defence
  1. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That is what first struck me about Harvey Weinstein. He is not that good looking and he took advantage of movie stars. So, it does come down to a mismatch of good looks and the ladies were on the short end. What was the “Brady Rule” as it applies to sexual harassment? “Don’t be unattractive.”
    I think that all men who have been following this are a little sick of it. These women waited twenty years. They are over the hill by Hollywood standards. There is little downside for them. Finally, the only evidence for their case is their testimony. It will be a shock if he goes to court on this.

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  2. Yoda says:

    Objecting at the time they were not

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    That is a big problem with this. They did not object at the time. That does make it a little hard for men to back off.

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  4. Yoda says:

    One should do this not

    A Washington man is in custody after he allegedly had sex with a female passenger while drunk behind the wheel, plowing his car into a tree.

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/11/25/police-naked-drunk-man-plows-car-tree-sex-passenger/

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  5. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    I read that. It just got worse and worse. Bad enough that the couple endangered themselves, but there was a three month old in the back. The infant got through it without injury.

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  6. Yoda says:

    “Most mainline Protestant churches are, to one degree or another, post-Christian. If they no longer seem disposed to converting the unbelieving to Christ, they can at least convert them to the boggiest of soft-left clichés, on the grounds that if Jesus were alive today he’d most likely be a gay Anglican bishop in a committed relationship driving around in an environmentally friendly car with an “Arms are for Hugging” sticker on the way to an interfaith dialogue with a Wiccan and a couple of Wahhabi imams.”
    ― Mark Steyn

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  7. Yoda says:

    Ambiguity useful to women it is.
    Especially when law on your side it would be

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  8. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    You are being nice. I have also heard it referred to as “plausible deniability”. When governments employ it, it is looked on as a form of deception.

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  9. earlthomas786 says:

    It’s why I reject the notion of consent being the be all and end all for sexual morality or legality. This is a great example why. Consent can be taken back at any point and at any time for any change in emotions. This actually proves why sex and marriage are the package deal…and why sex outside that realm is destructive.

    Now some women have said ‘no’ and a resounding ‘no’ from the beginning and in that situation they made it known there was no consent. But the ambigious ones where they did it to benefit themselves and then take it back are suffering from fornication regret.

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  10. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think there is a fundamental flaw in hookup culture that feminism is attempting to patch with this. It is inequitable, but they see it as not harming women and giving them the power to condemn men.

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  11. A Dad says:

    I sometimes wonder if this isn’t going to bite back at women in the grand scheme of things. We are essentially creating a culture where it removes all accountability from them, it becomes taboo to shame lewd female behavior, rape shield laws prohibit their past behaviors from being brought into question, and domestic violence laws are skewed in favor of women (e.g. Violence Against Women Act) and men are perpetrators by default.

    So what’s left? Are women given ultimate sexual authority where men have none? They’ve removed the foundations of protection (chastity and marriage) and have proven that they cannot be responsible for their own sexuality and the system is now being completely abused. Hell, it’s rape even in marriage now if someone doesn’t want it, so marriage can’t even be used for access to regular sex. It’s become a dead end / trap for many men.

    Note, I am not saying that sexual harassment and sexual assault do not exist. Things are just really messed up now and we have no defined lines anymore. It’s complete chaos. When you no longer have a system of morals and everyone is free game, the only deciding factor is whether or not he was attractive enough as mentioned above. Weinstein has a massive list of sexual harassment claims, but if I recall only one rape claim ( Paz de la Huerta ), and it’s been said that he’s not being indicted for that. So where is the line drawn between these things? Did he really rape anyone, or did he just abuse his power to obtain (barely) consensual sex?

    #MeToo .

    Or perhaps I should say #MenToo .

    I’ve been sexually harassed by women, particularly when I was younger and was still in college and worked for a large retail chain. In one of the more extreme cases, a woman who worked for the same company (different location) came into the back room while I was on break, sat in my lap, and grabbed my dick without my consent. Then she commented about my size.

    It happens both ways, but men are not believed or taken seriously. I’d just be called “lucky” where a woman would be considered a “victim”.

    This shit actually happens ALL OF THE TIME.

    I’m beginning to see this as a really dangerous time for men. If they haven’t already checked out of the dating game, they will. I’ve mentioned before that I was recently divorced and honestly still haven’t even considered dating yet because it’s a crazy new world out there. When I do start dating, I’m thinking that the consent forms / apps that exist are probably essential.

    So where does this leave us? Do people begin to see the problems with all of this and force the culture to go back to one that practices more moral behavior in order to have a set of standards? Do we begin to consider when women sexualize themselves in public (revealing clothing) to be a form of sexual harassment and create laws that force them to keep it in check? I don’t understand where the mere suggestion makes a man a perpetrator of sexual harassment yet women can show off their asses and breasts in public and it’s acceptable.

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  12. A Dad says:

    Fuzzie – The feminists know that it IS harming to women, they just don’t want to relinquish the power trip because it also harms men. The media campaign is an attempt to sweep the real problem under the rug and blame the patriarchy once again.

    Note – Not victim blaming. Just stating that removing accountability from women is the most damaging thing of all.

    I was at a bar a few nights ago and this hot mess of a woman was nearly in tears over her lot of being nothing more than pump n dump, yet she was completely responsible for it. She and a few other girls are regulars there and just starving for so much attention that they put themselves at risk for all sorts of things. She claimed that she “Didn’t need a man” yet she seemed to gravitate towards loser strangers for validation.

    Note to self: When I start dating, stay away from bars as a place to meet women.

    Ironically, I did a search for “where to meet good quality women” first thing today and the first link on Google was RoK.

    I’m actually lost on the whole matter, because I’m not religious and I don’t trust women in the church anyway (it’s become a lost cause), so I have no idea where to meet good women anymore. I think that so few just exist and those that do are already in a good marriage with a guy that they love and respect. I’m probably going to go to some dance classes. Good pole / hole ratio and I need to work on my footwork for boxing so I’m “less white” on my feet.

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  13. @earl
    Consent can be taken back at any point and at any time for any change in emotions. This actually proves why sex and marriage are the package deal…and why sex outside that realm is destructive.

    Actually it proves nothing. You make it sound like marriage guarantees sex. It doesn’t. Wives can and do withhold sex and the husband can do nothing about.

    https://www.reddit.com/r/DeadBedrooms/

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  14. Yoda says:

    So contracts are the solution not?

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  15. In many accounts it does sound like Weinstein took women off guard. Not just in an akward pass way, but in a deceptive way like having a female staffer initially there to create a sense of security. Then once the staffer left, he’d appear in a robe or nothing at all, out of the blue. That’s certainly not normal “approaching” in my book. And there were multiple accounts so similar…and many women who fled the scene. It seems there might be some “there-there.” I doubt George Cloony approaches that way, but it is true he may get a different reaction even if he did. I am not sure what to make of it. It is odd the women didn’t report it at the time, especially after not getting a part bc of it. What did they have to lose then? I would not doubt Weinstein was the only guy in his position to expect pay to play. Even Marilyn Monroe reported such. In a biography a friend recalled Marilyn knew how long the erection enhancers of the day lasted and would delay her own arrival to miss the window. But she admitted she’d worked the casting couch as well. Is it assault? Or is it a transaction? I’d say likely a transaction. Especially those who plugged their nose and said, “oh what the hell” and went ahead when Weinstein emerged in his robe. And I am sure many did, likely many of his best known starlets.

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  16. That should have said I’d doubt he was the only…

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  17. I do agree originally marriage was meant as the ultimate consent form, but today women have argued successfully that even w/I marriage consent is never a given. Meanwhile, women also demanded they could consent to whenever whatever and nobody could judge or question it. The same gal could one minute be hooking up on Tinder than the next refusing her supposed partner. There are no clear cut “rules” anymore. Even written consent forms are a joke and I have no doubt we’ll hear soon, “I didn’t want to sign it but he made me/I was drunk/other excuses.” As has been said the goal these days seems to be to maximize female sexual options while limiting men’s. What women fail to consider is that there could be objection from the other side.

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  18. Spawny Get says:

    Just as you guys are coming to the end of the immensely tired It was the Russkis what did it narrative for The God Emporer Trump’s Glorious Victory over Crooked Loser Illary, they’re now taking it for a spin on the fabulous, immense BREXIT win being down to them.

    Sad, sad people who need the get a fucking grip and a new (viable) narrative.

    At least their bitter, bitter tears are delicious both over your way and mine.

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  19. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘Actually it proves nothing. You make it sound like marriage guarantees sex. It doesn’t. Wives can and do withhold sex and the husband can do nothing about.’

    Sex in marriage is the licit form when it comes to moral law. Consent blurs the line to that sex is only licit when she feels it’s right. That’s why there can be no guarantee of sex in marriage (which is wrong if it is not a mutual decision).

    We’ve gone from objective moral standards with sex to only loosely basing it off her emotions (relative).

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  20. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘As has been said the goal these days seems to be to maximize female sexual options while limiting men’s.’

    It more maximizing female power while limiting men’s. This does both sexes no good because we are complimentary and balance each other out.

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  21. earlthomas786 says:

    And just because it hasnt happened to Clooney or Pitt doesnt mean alpha males are starting to get accused.

    Nick Carter for one…a good looking rockstar mcdreamboat.

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  22. SFC Ton says:

    The sexless period of my life was when I was married. With one exception, the death of my brother, all the worst moments of my life where when I was married because I was married and following church type advice like Earl likes to give, because I was following that advice. Advice that has failed million of divorced, God fearing men in America alone.

    I will never make those mistakes again.
    ……………………

    As for the topic at hand…. I reckon there is a strong under current of revenge on icky betas with no game to the whole #metoo deal. I haven’t followed much of this but at no time have I heard these men used a gun or violence to get laid which to my way of thinking puts it all into the revenge on icky beta category. I also notice a lot of these guys are now in deep shit at the exact moment in time they have suffered a hit to their power, status, wealth etc etc like that jewenstien fella. Hollywood has taken a big fincaial hit lately and now they are coming forward with the allegations against him. Would the same shit be going down if jewenstien was still making a shit ton of cash for everyone? Or is it happening now because he’s ability to make money has decreased so his value to everyone has decreased?

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  23. Yoda says:

    I reckon there is a strong under current of revenge on icky betas

    Wonder if a contract help them it could i do

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  24. Yoda says:

    Wonder if the biggest sin in world would be: “Be an icky beta with something want I do”

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  25. Yoda says:

    No forgiveness for that there is

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  26. SFC Ton says:

    That’s probably true master Yoda. The whole thing is a little hard to fathom.

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  27. Yoda says:

    Faced with credible allegations against a much less powerful Democrat than Clinton in Conyers, one who’s waaaaaay past the age at which he should have retired and who’s been accused of having lost some of his mental capacity, the leader of the caucus whiffs on demanding that he step down. And worse than that, she cites his “icon” status as a point in his favor. Clinton, Conyers, and basically every male member of the Kennedy family, living or dead, would smile at that. It may be the single creepiest thing she’s ever said in public life.

    https://hotair.com/archives/2017/11/26/pelosi-chokes-wont-say-icon-conyers-resign-settlement-harassment-allegations/

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  28. RichardP says:

    @ Yoda: “Ambiguity useful to women it is.”

    The reality of this is not ambiguous. It is pretty clear what it is, and it is really stupid.

    We don’t respond to “what is”. Nobody does, because we cannot. None of us can.
    We respond to “what is perceived”. All of us. That is a foundational law of life.

    Life is simply the process of negotiating the masses of differing perceptions. And in this mess of differing perceptions, “how, then, shall we live together?”. Laws and moral codes are one way of negotiating this mass of differing perceptions. ‘Don’t care what your perceptions are, these are the rules we are going to follow. Everybody.” That imposing of rules helps make life a bit more settled, in spite of the confusion of differing perceptions.

    Then there is now. For whatever reasons, we now operate on – “your perceptions are the ones we will pay attention to – regardless of how grounded they may or may not be in the reality that the rest of us perceive”.

    That approach has failed society before. It will fail society again.

    Perceptions. Hers versus his. Whose perceptions, if followed, will lead to the best overall society for all? (I think this video is pretty funny; as in, how did they do this without cracking up?)

    A Millennial Job Interview

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  29. Yoda says:

    one wonders how his wife feels about being used as a political prop while her husband is out putting the moves on other women. Some of Franken’s defenders have pointed out that his infraction occurred while he was a comedian, not a Senator. But the thing about these incidents is that there never seems to be just one. Unless a guy suffers a stroke or some other mind-altering event, he does not start forcibly kissing women or grabbing their breasts when he reaches his mid-fifties.

    https://acculturated.com/no-one-talking-fact-al-franken-married/

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  30. SFC Ton says:

    Personally The Ton doesn’t see any convictions from this latest round of rape hysteria (because of what RP wrote above). Which will cause a lot of wailing and gnashing of teeth but not much else

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  31. Yoda says:

    An off campus bar, an off campus apartment and an alleged crime. This matter should have been in the hands of local law enforcement. Unfortunately, the only ones to pay for the recklessness of the University officials are the students and alumni of this private Ivy League school.

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/372678.php

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  32. Yoda says:

    ABC guest Cokie Roberts suggested women who aren’t in fancy white collar jobs don’t believe sexual harassment claims because they are used to being raped.

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/11/abc-guest-suggests-lower-class-women-excuse-judge-moore-allegations-used-raped-video/

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  33. earlthomas786 says:

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  34. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘The sexless period of my life was when I was married. With one exception, the death of my brother, all the worst moments of my life where when I was married because I was married and following church type advice like Earl likes to give, because I was following that advice. Advice that has failed million of divorced, God fearing men in America alone.

    I will never make those mistakes again.’

    I’d be willing to make the retort the woman you married was a terrible wife who didn’t appreciate the man you are and what you did for her.

    Would I be right?

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  35. Stephanie says:

    “Is it assault? Or is it a transaction? I’d say likely a transaction. Especially those who plugged their nose and said, “oh what the hell” and went ahead when Weinstein emerged in his robe. And I am sure many did, likely many of his best known starlets.”

    ^I agree… very creepy, but they DECIDED to do the casting couch thing. Unless it was true rape, it was a transaction (bleh!).

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  36. Stephanie says:

    This kind of exposes the entitlement attitude starlets get after having *decided* to go through with the casting couch thing:

    WARNING: Chick Logic (lol)

    http://marilyn4ever.wordpress.com/2014/03/19/the-casting-couch/

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  37. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Stephanie,
    She was quite a loon then. If she came back now, she would have a lot more company.

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  38. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    One more thing. It is odd that she got so far on the strength of sex appeal when she was essentially numb.

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  39. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The problem about consent is that it is the only thing that separates sex from rape and the women has control of it, to the point of withdrawing after the fact. Also, women are inclined to mask their motives, making it hard for men to know.

    Didn’t Admiral Ackbar have something to say about this?

    [“It’s a bunch of crap” he did say]

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  40. SFC Ton says:

    Not upon initial entry earl. She was a virgin, church going girl( twice a week plus choir practice) from a stable and highly respected family, took only the hard ass classes was on the honor roll, in the Jr honor society; a state ranked athlete in swimming and volley ball….. The kind of girl you and the other churched red pill dudes say a man should marry. Then things changed and instead of being an asshole i elected to follow the bad advice of church going men … well I have covered it all before

    You’re problem earl is you are extremely naive and lack experience in the world

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  41. Farm Boy says:

    The article goes to great length to avoid or at least minimize “father absence” as a factor. For example, a quote like the following seems curious to me. The author seems to approach the issue of absent fathers in the second sentence, but then shies away from it in the next sentence with the more generic “parental attention” and “how much time parents spend with them”:

    “Because of their tendency to act out, boys may be in particular need of parental guidance — but because poor families also tend to be single-parent families, mom or dad time is a scarce resource. A 2015 study from economists Marianne Bertrand and Jessica Pan showed that boys are particularly at risk when they grow up in single-mother households. When boys don’t get enough parental attention, they misbehave. Girls, in contrast, are less likely to misbehave regardless of how much time parents spend with them.”

    The article (and perhaps the study on which it is based?) doesn’t try to isolate father-absence out as a variable. But I have a hunch that it’s one of the most potent factors of all

    http://neoneocon.com/2017/11/25/the-education-gender-gap-fathers-and-sons/

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  42. Farm Boy says:

    A week after CBS host Charlie Rose was outed as an alleged serial sex harasser, one of the network’s former producers says she was told by a boss that she would have to sleep with coworkers to get anywhere in the company.

    https://nypost.com/2017/11/26/cbs-told-me-to-sleep-with-coworkers-to-get-ahead-suit/

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  43. Farm Boy says:

    The New York Times uses its Style section to publish a puff piece on underage “makeup artists” that amounts to little more than promoting the sexual objectification of actual children. As long as the subjects are boys and the behavior is gender-bending, of course.

    http://victorygirlsblog.com/nytimes-ok-sexualize-children-cause-genderqueer/

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  44. Farm Boy says:

    #Womanspreading is the new female power stance taking over Instagram where ladies crouch or sit down in an open leg position and casually vogue for the camera.

    “Women are realizing they don’t have to conform to any so called ‘appropriate ladylike’ way to sit,” pop culture expert Valerie Greenberg tells Moneyish. “It’s a movement that says we’re equally powerful.”

    https://moneyish.com/ish/womanspreading-is-now-a-thing/

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  45. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy at 10:35am,
    I wonder if CBS or any other employer will begin to consider the expense of sexual harassment defenses when they choose to hire women. It has looked inevitable for a long time.

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  46. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    About Admiral Ackbar, here is the clip.

    This is what men have to consider before they take an awful chance.

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  47. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘You’re problem earl is you are extremely naive and lack experience in the world’

    Did she submit to your headship or did you submit to her?

    The worst advice most pastors and churches give men is flipping the script on how God set up marriage.

    So if that makes me naive to go with how God created man and how He created marriage…I’ll be naive.

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  48. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘The problem about consent is that it is the only thing that separates sex from rape and the women has control of it, to the point of withdrawing after the fact.’

    Granted I’m not a woman…but I wonder if there are similiar negative emotions that come about after a rape and after fornication.

    Both rape and fornication are sexually immoral but obviously the only difference was the consent before the action. That’s why (a woman’s) consent shouldn’t be the basis for sexual morality and it’s very subjective when it comes to legality. We need better education on what is licit sex and what is not licit sex instead of using consent as the be all.

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  49. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Earl,
    I do remember a discussion about how women favored illicit sex over licit. I think that they would find it too confining to limit themselves to socially approved circumstances. That is one of the reasons that they promoted themselves to goddesses.
    As for women finding fornication less than ideal, it is something that men have had to deal with. We just chalk it up as a bad experience, not to be repeated. Women only want men to approach them that they would approve and they expect the sex to be ideal. Could this be a maturity issue?

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  50. Stephanie says:

    “One more thing. It is odd that she got so far on the strength of sex appeal when she was essentially numb.”

    Fuzzie, one of the biggest secrets my mom told me about sluts, is that they really really don’t like sex. They like to USE sex for manipulation tactics, but she always said to me that once they have a husband, the sex will usually always dry up.

    It’s not always true, but that was the general rule she taught me.

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  51. earlthomas786 says:

    I do remember a discussion about how women favored illicit sex over licit. I think that they would find it too confining to limit themselves to socially approved circumstances. That is one of the reasons that they promoted themselves to goddesses.

    Yeah but they’re not goddesses, they are womnen. And it’s not society approved circumstances…God created sex and he created the avenue for it to be licit. The illicit part is just that women get their kicks by doing something rebellious but then find out afterwards the consequences for them are bad.

    ‘As for women finding fornication less than ideal, it is something that men have had to deal with.’

    Yes…especially if her emotions go south, like say you don’t contact her if you found it as a bad experience. And they most likely will go south because she gave something up that’s very important…which is why she shouldn’t be giving it to a man without a marriage commitment, because he can easily leave (it’s a little harder to leave if you made the vow to God, state, family, witnesses).

    ‘Could this be a maturity issue?’

    It’s probably a lack of sexual education issue. Most secular ed is just ways to prevent pregnancy and disease. It doesn’t talk about emotional, mental, and spiritual side effects of promiscuity. Women will take this harder because sex is more emotional for them.

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  52. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘Fuzzie, one of the biggest secrets my mom told me about sluts, is that they really really don’t like sex. They like to USE sex for manipulation tactics, but she always said to me that once they have a husband, the sex will usually always dry up.’

    She’s right. They are using sex for what it is not meant to be (namely uniting with their husband and the chance of procreation)…so they would grow to hate it.

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  53. “Women are realizing they don’t have to conform to any so called ‘appropriate ladylike’ way to sit,”

    Most women stopped being “ladies” 60 years ago. Most women today find the idea doing what it would take to be considered a lady repugnant/oppressive.

    “It’s a movement that says we’re equally powerful.”
    Women spreading their legs doesn’t equate to powerful it equates to submission. And its not a movement, its a meaningless internet fad like planking or snorting cinnamon (or was it nutmeg?).

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  54. earlthomas786 says:

    And I’ll add this…let’s say a woman you know favors illicit sex over licit. If that’s the case, she’ll really be into fornicating with you a lot…but if you do get married often deadbedding will occur. This would also be the possibilty if she did a lot of fornicating with other men before she marries you.

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  55. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Stephanie,
    I can see that. Sex becomes a tool and not what it was supposed to be. Still, it is going to end in tragedy. Marilyn Munroe died on a Saturday night. She didn’t have a date.

    Earl,
    The power to set the rules of engagement in the sexual marketplace are in the hands of women collectively. If it were in the hands of men, it would be far simpler and direct. That leaves men with only the ability to react.
    As Sunshine pointed out, they are in rebellion against God and nature.

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  56. Farm Boy says:

    It read: ‘Every white woman raises a detriment to society when they raise a son. Someone with the HIGHEST propensity to be a terrorist, rapist, racist, killer, and domestic violence all star.’

    ‘Historically every son you had should be sacrificed to the wolves. B****.’

    The explicit and angry rant isn’t being taken lightly given it is one of the largest hospital systems in the nation

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5119231/Indiana-nurse-claims-white-women-raise-rapist-sons.html

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  57. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    A comforting thought, isn’t it? I don’t want to get sick.

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  58. Farm Boy says:

    Black Africans are being sold in open-air slave markets right now, and it’s Hillary Clinton’s fault. But you won’t hear much about that from the press or the foreign-policy pundits, so let me explain.

    Footage from Libya, released last week by CNN, showed young men from sub-Saharan Africa being auctioned off as farm workers in slave markets.

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2017/11/27/clinton-ponders-2020-run-lets-not-forget-her-real-libya-scandal-glenn-reynolds-column/895853001/

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  59. Farm Boy says:

    Left-wing activist and Huffpost contributor G.S. Potter has declared that Leann Tweeden, the Los Angeles journalist who was the first to accuse Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) of sexual misconduct, has not “earned” the right to claim that she is a victim.

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/11/26/al-franken-leeann-tweeden-g-s-potter/

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  60. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘The power to set the rules of engagement in the sexual marketplace are in the hands of women collectively.’

    Which means nothing in the big picture because men set the tone in the power of commitment. Even your most hardcore man hating feminist still longs to be committed to a strong man (be it her husband or Jesus). Just giving sex away to any man is no guarentee of commitment and they need to know that so they don’t get butthurt after fornicating and he doesn’t call back.

    If she was wise she’d use what power she has in the sexual marketplace to attract a man who makes it known he wants commitment. Then they’d get married, the sex would then be licit, and we wouldn’t have to worry about things like consent.

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  61. Spawny Get says:

    Farm Boy, can you tell Yoda (or vice versa) that I’ve done another post that I’ve parked in the future? Please reschedule as suits, it’s not time sensitive.

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  62. Farm Boy says:

    L — Lesbian (everyone knows what this is, right?)

    G — Gay (and I’m sure I don’t need to explain this to you smarties!)

    G — Genderqueer Now this one is new. So let’s make sure we all understand what this means. “Genderqueer; denoting or relating to a person who does not subscribe to conventional gender distinctions but identifies with neither, both, or a combination of male and female genders.” That’s easy, isn’t it, kids? Basically, this is a person who has no idea who or what xey are, okay?

    B — Bisexual (That’s self-explanatory, isn’t it?)

    D — Demisexual Oh boy! Another new one! Let’s get out the ever-expanding queer dictionary to figure it out! “A demisexual is a person who does not experience sexual attraction unless they form a strong emotional connection with someone.” This used to be known as monogamous love. But now we throw the word “sexual” on it to make it attractive to the kids. Got it?

    T — Transgender (You all know all about this one! These are boys or girls who dress up like the opposite sex and want everyone to pretend not to notice!)

    T — Transexual (You are familiar with these people too! Same as above, only they’ve gone through irreversible surgery to remove healthy body parts because feelings. Let them in your bathroom. Everything is fine.)

    T — Two-Spirit Oh my goodness! How exciting! It’s another category no one on earth has ever heard of! This one is complicated, dear ones. For sure you have to be a Native American. And smoking a lot of peyote could only help to understand what the heck a two-spirit is. It appears to be a third gender not yet discovered by science and only found in the Native American community by gender studies majors who take adventure vacations and hang out in sweat lodges.

    I — Intersex (This is that very rare condition that we used to call hermaphrodite, where a child is born with both sex organs of male and female. It is very rare, as in, hardly ever happens. It is a birth defect.)

    We are just motoring through all these new terms and if you need a snack to recharge, choose something high protein! We are going to need those brains functioning at peak capacity for this one!

    Q — Queer Just when you thought you couldn’t use the word “queer” because it’s an insult, think again! It’s back! Queer is an umbrella term designed to describe all people who aren’t normies. I think. It’s hard to tell. These things do change on an almost daily basis.

    Q — Questioning is a term used for people who are still deciding where they are going to fall on this list. It seems contradictory to the “born that way” theory—to have a bunch of people still questioning their sexuality—but the LGBTQWTF brigade says it’s fine, so rest assured, there’s nothing to question about questioning.

    A — Asexual people have no interest in sex. This also used to be known as people who are married with kids. See the classic TV show “Married with Children” for an example.

    A — Allies are people who virtue signal constantly on Twitter about supporting their LGBTQWTF friends and family. These people aren’t gay, queer, or even questioning! They’re simply shielding themselves from the gaystappo squads who come around looking for people who aren’t properly broadcasting their approval of the queer agenda. Be an ally, children… if you know what’s good for you!

    P — Pansexual is just a more confusing way to say bisexual. There really is no difference, only we pretend there is so we can use a word that reminds us of Greek mythology and it sounds more interesting than bisexual, which is so last decade.

    P — Polyamorous people are basically leftover hippies who miss communes. Or hardcore Mormons. Either way, they are people who like to have more than one partner, sometimes at the same time

    https://pjmedia.com/trending/teachers-attend-lggbdtttiqqaap-sensitivity-training-wtf/

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  63. earlthomas786 says:

    That looks like how they spell their town names in Iceland.

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  64. Spawny Get says:

    The end looks like it’d be pronounced to rhyme with CWAP. I think that this might have been subconsciously intended.

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  65. Even your most hardcore man hating feminist still longs to be committed to a strong man

    Actually, your most hardcore feminists are dykes.

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  66. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘Actually, your most hardcore feminists are dykes.’

    They basically choose everything that goes against their innate nature.

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  67. SFC Ton says:

    You are naive earl in the sense you come across as a man who has done much reading but is utterly lacking in hands on experience

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  68. earlthomas786 says:

    Well if you have the experience then tell us what particular churchian advice you took that made the marriage go pear shaped.

    I’ve read plenty of what pastors give for marriage advice and I’d agree it’s terrible because it’s basically putting the wife in charge of the marriage and the man is the subserviant. That’s not how God designed marriage.

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  69. Yoda says:

    The Dutch boy put his finger in the dike he did.
    Wonder if she liked it I do

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  70. Yoda says:

    An article in The Economist this month highlights the enormous range of behaviors that might fall under the heading “sexual harassment,” and the varying opinions — across age, gender, and nationality — about which behaviors are acceptable and which are not. According to the article, a pollster called YouGov “surveyed people in five Western countries about whether a series of behaviours by men towards women constitute sexual harassment. The questions ranged from actions that are often innocuous, such as asking to go for a drink, to overt demands for sex. The range of views was vast.”

    https://pjmedia.com/lifestyle/notme-wont-sharing-metoo/

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  71. earlthomas786 says:

    D’ok Oedipus and (((Freud))). Don’t these bubble people ever have an original thought?

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  72. SFC Ton says:

    The big down fall was getting blown up, shot and ended up missing a lung and taking a while to recover from that. Everything started down hill with that

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  73. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘The big down fall was getting blown up, shot and ended up missing a lung and taking a while to recover from that. Everything started down hill with that.’

    Ok but what was the churchian advice that caused the marriage to go pear shaped?

    I get that some wives can be heartless if their husband has something like that happen to them. They must have forgot the sickness part in the vows.

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  74. SFC Ton says:

    The part that said not be an asshole and take her complaints serious

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  75. SFC Ton says:

    On top of It all was her own actions, hooked on pills, being unfaithful etc etc but church advice is all based on people being well intentioned and What not. And they ain’t

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  76. earlthomas786 says:

    Is ‘not being an asshole’ the same thing as not being the head in your marriage?

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  77. SFC Ton says:

    An asshole is anyone who doesn’t do the chivalry self sacrificing deal you are so fond of. As for details, man that was 16 years ago? But when the marriage was doing well it was way more then head of house hold. Basically she was way down low on my priority list, which made her unhappy but well behaved

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  78. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘An asshole is anyone who doesn’t do the chivalry self sacrificing deal you are so fond of.’

    Oh ok. Good luck, then.

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  79. molly says:

    C is for CWAP.. an extra pwonoun for people who speak Elmer Fudd wubbish (HAHAHA! 😛 )

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  80. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly!!! Burrito, burrito, burrito.

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  81. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Earl,
    I would hope that women would value commitment, but with a fifty percent divorce rate, it kind of shoots that all to smithereens. There is no balance anymore. What women in general do not realize is that they were the chief beneficiaries of lifetime hard monogamy and they are tossing it out the window, hoping that government will give them a soft landing.

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  82. earlthomas786 says:

    All of the state and societal tactics to destroy marriage and the family (minus birth control which came out later) started in the Soviet Union.

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  83. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Earl,
    While I don’t have a full understanding, from what I have seen, a lot of experimentation was done in Lenin’s time that Stalin abandoned because it was counterproductive.

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  84. Things like no-fault divorce, abortion, state run daycare and making women work instead of being mothers…the brainchild of all that came from Lenin’s time.

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  85. SFC Ton says:

    A Dad, my experience has been church girls are the worse. Church gives them a double dose of men suck etc proganda, while doubling down on the she is a victim of some evil man and at the same time teaches them how to fake the funk of being a decent human being

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