Bad Sex For Millennial Women


From here,

A recent study from Public Health England reveals that women aged 25-34 are more likely than women in other age groups to experience a lack of “sexual enjoyment.” That’s right, the “woke” generation isn’t all that happy in the sack. But how can that be? Aren’t millennials the ones rhapsodizing about the joys of sexual empowerment, encouraging us to be “sex positive,” and touting the wonders of no-strings-attached sex? Shouldn’t millennials be having the Best. Sex. Ever?

It is not clear as to whether they should be having the best sex ever.  The rules have changed, they are operating differently compared to the past; from a unbiased perspective the answer is: let’s find out.  Of course, Feminists do suggest that everything will be awesome; but then they do promise many things.

An op-ed in The Independent apparently has the answer.  The reason so many millennial women in the UK are having “sh*t sex,” writes Rebecca Reid, is because they are “allowing men to have sh*t sex with them.” The idea that women are programmed by the patriarchy to agree to sex even when they don’t want to is not a novel concept among modern feminists. The 2017 viral New Yorker story “Cat Person” dealt with this issue, as have numerous advice columns and women’s magazines. How is it possible, though, that the generation of women’s sexual empowerment is the generation most in need of this advice?

So how to interpret this?  Lots of guys who don’t much/any would be surprised that the patriarchy has programmed women to dispense sex rather easily.  But beyond that, it seem that the complaint is that the fellas on average do not make the women tingle enough.  Though by “allowing men to have shit sex with them” there is some acknowledgment of agency; a somewhat unexpected acknowledgment.

The answer can be found, I think, in the modern feminist expectations for their sexual encounters.

Well yes, it is about expectations.  Self-esteem, hypergamy run wild, continually upping women’s power with respect to men, encouraging women to exploit their attractive years for maximal gain, etc. do raise expectations.   All of which were not encouraged/allowed in times past.

“As a woman you absolutely must not – cannot – accept mediocre sex,” writes Reid.

The obvious question is, “why not”?  Probably because of the situation mentioned in the last paragraph give women such expectations and power.  Of course, sometimes in life, one must accept less than ideal quality situations.  But apparently not here.

This makes it sound like sex is something you can research as a commodity before actually experiencing it. As if, in Reid’s mind, a man might show up with a demo tape of his sexual moves which a woman could, upon watching and taking detailed notes, accept or decline. (Don’t come in here offering this mediocre sex! one can imagine Reid haughtily declaring. Come back when you’ve got something better.) Then she’ll go online and review his sexual performance on Yelp.

It does seem that we are getting a good distance from what sex is supposed to be about.  Though, probably soon enough Yelp reviews will become a thing.

“We need to tell our sexual partners in no uncertain terms that we did not orgasm,” says Reid, “and then we need to give them the specifics of why.” That sounds like delightful pillow talk. I’m all for people having open and honest conversations about sex with their romantic partners, but Reid makes it sounds like it’s somehow the woman’s right to be angry at the man for not performing adequately in bed. If you think I’m misinterpreting her, Reid makes it abundantly clear that I am not: “Unsatisfactory sex is a type of subjugation.”

Ever the victim these women are.  Not quite sure how it would be subjugation.  It is unclear how this would put the fella in a power position relative to her.  Perhaps this is just women logic.

Having sex with someone makes you vulnerable. You must literally reveal something that you usually keep covered (your body, for those of you struggling to follow along), and you must figuratively do that too. In order to be willing to tell someone what it is that you enjoy in the bedroom, you have to really trust that person. And trust is something built up over time. It comes from knowing someone, letting them know you, and discovering that they will not betray your trust. This can’t be achieved with someone you just met, or met a few times, or don’t like very much but think is kind of hot.

Trust could be useful for the long term.  In the short term, tingles will do.

Yes, historically speaking, women were not supposed to discuss their sexual feelings or reveal themselves to be sexual beings at all outside of bearing children. But those days are long (long!) gone. Remember, this statistic doesn’t apply to allwomen, it only applies to women aged 25-34 — millennials — and does anyone really think that millennials feel that women ought not to be sexual beings? If millennials are struggling to discuss their sex lives with their partners, perhaps it’s because their partners aren’t actually partners in the true sense of the word.

Perhaps these women are unsatisfied because they have been fed a bunch of BS their whole lives, they are living the BS right, and can see the wall over the hill that they are headed for.  That, and there just are not enough tingly guys to go around.

Can we really make any progress at all if a woman who refuses to be talked over in a meeting or patronised by a male friend then goes home to her partner and accepts mediocre sex without complaining?” writes Reid. 

Let’s just face it, this is the kind of woman who smart fellas don’t marry.  Maybe she will find some poor fella who who doesn’t know any better to hitch on to; but she will undoubtedly be an alpha widow and make both of their lives (and kids) miserable.

This advice is setting herself up and her readers up for almost guaranteed failure.  But no matter: it was for the Feminist cause.

You can’t have it both ways. Either sex is something that ought to happen exclusively between two people who care about and trust each other, or it’s something you should do with whoever you want whenever you feel like it. But if you do it with someone random, you won’t trust them, so you won’t tell them what you like and don’t like, so you’ll probably end up with mediocre sex. But at least you get to yell at the guy afterward!

There is some truth here, but the bigger point that she misses is that if it’s something you should do with whoever you want whenever you feel like it, then tingles are what matters.  It does seem that vast quantities of women just don’t get this.  Perhaps they are working diligently to avoid understanding.  You tell me.  

Addendum by Deti:

The next step from “I’m having bad sex and we need to talk to our male partners about that and we need to reject mediocre sex” is

I expected an orgasm. I didn’t consent to bad sex. I didn’t consent to mediocre sex. I consented to sex on the specific condition that he has to get me off.

Therefore, he raped me.

Bad sex = rape. Mediocre sex where I don’t orgasm = rape.”

More evidence for the “bad sex is rape” claim:  “Unsatisfactory sex is a type of subjugation.”

There it is.

“If I don’t orgasm, if I don’t enjoy the sex, then you’re using me and exploiting me and putting me ‘under’ you in importance. You’re putting your wants and needs ahead of my own. You’re being selfish.

Using and exploiting a woman and subordinating her desires to a man’s – she didn’t consent to that. She didn’t agree to that.

Therefore, he raped her.”

Posted in alpha fux, beta bux, Dating????, FarmBoy, Feminism, Hypergamy, Lies
173 comments on “Bad Sex For Millennial Women
  1. Ash Pariseau says:

    I wouldn’t be surprised if performance anxiety was largely to blame for this.

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  2. earl says:

    Why are women having bad sex?

    Their go to answer…it’s men’s/patriarchy’s fault.

    It can’t possibly be that seperating sex from marriage/procreation leads to less than enthusiastic results.

    I can’t help it that women get more emotionally out of sex but tried to be like men and thought the physical was all they were looking for.

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  3. Farm Boy says:

    Who’s performance are they anxious about?

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  4. earl says:

    “As a woman you absolutely must not – cannot – accept mediocre sex,” writes Reid.

    These broads.

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  5. Farm Boy says:

    “As a woman you absolutely must not – cannot – accept mediocre sex,” writes Reid.

    In my younger days, there came times when I thought that couldn’t live if a particular event came to pass. Then I found out that I could.

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  6. earl says:

    Women think their V holds all the power in large part due to the goddess/princess brainwashing they get from a young age…well if that’s the case where do they think the mediocrity is coming from?

    Just imagine if men had the level of hypergamy women had…not only would these broads not have mediocre sex, they wouldn’t be having sex at all.

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  7. earl says:

    Interesting question.

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  8. Farm Boy says:

    Clearly there is something about purple hair

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  9. mgtowhorseman says:

    Ahahahahahashahaha.

    Don’t fuckin care!

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  10. mgtowhorseman says:

    ‘In order to be willing to tell someone what it is that you enjoy in the bedroom, you have to really trust that person. And trust is something built up over time. It comes from knowing someone, letting them know you, and discovering that they will not betray your trust. This can’t be achieved with someone you just met, or met a few times, or don’t like very much but think is kind of hot.”

    Sex is either mechanical or it is emotional.
    You connect physically or spiritually.
    You get physically spent or feel loved and desired.

    It is a binary, opposing set.

    Y’all picked the former so shut up about the latter.

    Now fuck off and go fuck harly mcdrummerchad before he gets his next (23rd) slut of the day.

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  11. earl says:

    ‘Y’all picked the former so shut up about the latter.’

    But, but, cake and eat it too…I want to have it all…fried ice!!!!

    Like I said…these broads.

    [Thinking of Amy Schumer you were.
    The Force never lies it does]

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  12. mgtowhorseman says:

    Meanwhile sometime during the night Mrs reaches out to hold my hand or touch my arm for comfort in her sleep. We dont really spoon but most times I wake up to her holding my hand.

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  13. mgtowhorseman says:

    “If you blah blah I won’t have sex with you!!”

    “Okay”

    Didn’t instigaste for a month, didn’t notice the hair or the new dress.

    By the third week she was all pouty, by the forth being all nicey nicey.

    By the 6th she came down in a nightie (she rarely wears that stuff)

    Looked her straight in the eye without a glance at the outfit
    “Nope! I blah blahed so we don’t just like you said.”

    Burst into tears and ran upstairs.

    An hour later I went up and said “you get my point?”
    A whispered “yes”

    Then fucked her brains out.

    Been a few years and she still hasn’t tried that again. Sometimes on tv a broad will do it. She just looks at me out of the corner of her eye. I ignore it.

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  14. Farm Boy says:

    Horseman sumed it up rather well

    Then he explained how to do it

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  15. earl says:

    Oh no horseman just opened Pandora’s fly…..

    You mean men have power in the sexual arena with women! The very thought horrifies the golden V’s of the goddesses.

    Those broads who won’t give it up unless men support abortion…go right ahead with your abstience take. Your used up asset won’t change my mind it’s ripping an innocent life apart and no woman should have the right to do that. An innocent life who deserved much better than a mother who was looking for something other than mediocre sex with McBad Boy.

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  16. mgtowhorseman says:

    Just a question. How many cute but chubby 6 for 50+ year olds get regular sex, satisfying physically from long practice and emotionally from experience?

    Just asking.

    Mrs. knows exactly how many.

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  17. Farm Boy says:

    Let’s narrow it down. How many in Canada?

    Celine Dion?

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  18. mgtowhorseman says:

    If you don’t abdicate, we always had power. In all things.

    Like Ton I did for a long time. Abdicate.

    Then took it back during the year from hell.

    Its not even “keeping frame.”
    I just truly value me more than anything or anyone and everyone around me knows it.

    Lao Tzu say “you dont have to be an obnoxious prick to be a self centred asshole.”

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  19. earl says:

    Her husband died in 2016.

    I keep forgetting just how feminist Canada is. If Sweden is Feminist Saudi Arabia…Canada might just be Feminist Turkey or something like that.

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  20. mgtowhorseman says:

    Fb he died of cancer.

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  21. Farm Boy says:

    So Mrs. Horseman is the only one in Canada?

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  22. SFC Ton says:

    Feminist chicks seem to neurotic to enjoy sex

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  23. SFC Ton says:

    Alpha men have all the power in the smp/ mmp. Then hot chicks, then all others on a sliding scale.

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  24. earl says:

    ‘So Mrs. Horseman is the only one in Canada?’

    I can tell you at least two Canadian women who most likely won’t…Big Red and Lauren Southern.

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  25. Farm Boy says:

    Probably no women in Toronto fit the bill

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  26. earl says:

    Isn’t it illegal to be a man in Toronto?

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  27. Farm Boy says:

    Why yes. yes it Is

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  28. earl says:

    ‘Feminist chicks seem to neurotic to enjoy sex’

    They have to be neurotic…what with the boogie man Patriarchy looming around every dark corner just waiting to take away their right to be in a paper pushing career, a slut and murder their kids.

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  29. mgtowhorseman says:

    Okay can we just agree.

    You don’t mention Toronto and we wont mention San Francisco or London.

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  30. earl says:

    As far as we know Toronto doesn’t have needles & bags of feces in the streets or allows knife & acid attacks by ‘Asians’ to go on unabated.

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  31. Farm Boy says:

    Toronto has Big Red. Enough said

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  32. Cill says:

    “Maybe she will find some poor fella who who doesn’t know any better to hitch on to”

    Yeah she will get her hooks into some poor chump whose life she can destroy. Most men seem to have a part of their brain missing when it comes to women. I’m a “millenial” but I have nothing to do with the Reid type of women, not sex, nothing. That’s not their choice, it’s mine. There are plenty of them around, and they are nothing but trouble – MeToo waiting to happen (if it hasn’t already). If a man gets attached to a crohn (sic) like that, he’s a fucking idiot.

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  33. earl says:

    The thing about chumps and the man eaters that come into their lives…I’ve noticed in quite a few of the player types I went to high school with ended up with the empowered feminist man eating type women. We often talk about chumps becoming chads…I often wonder how often the chads end up the chumps. It’s like they like they trade the fact they are with a grand man eater for the easy sex.

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  34. Wayne says:

    Maladjusted expectations are surely a happiness killer. Also, focusing on the service more than the provider can get the tingle power disconnected.

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  35. earl says:

    Big Red or a bag of feces? Not an easy decision.

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  36. RichardP says:

    @Cill posted “Maybe she will find some poor fella who who doesn’t know any better to hitch on to”.

    Don’t go there fellas.

    Just heard this for the first time ever a few minutes ago. The lyrics are an appropriate response to what Cill posted. Music’s not bad either.

    Don’t Go There

    Neil Diamond – channelling Leonard Cohen.

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  37. Sumo says:

    I can tell you at least two Canadian women who most likely won’t…Big Red and Lauren Southern.

    I would absolutely allow Lauren Southern to ride the SumoTrain.

    And I would definitely run over Big Red with a train.

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  38. It doesn’t surprise me that hook up style sex ends up being not so great. Why would you care about sexually satisfying someone you will likely never see again? Wouldn’t it be more about ones own sexual satisfaction? I don’t know firsthand bc I never did the hook up thing but it just seems like common sense.

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  39. SFC Ton says:

    I think the Chad to chump is more common then most folks would think, but the Chads probably recover quicker/ require less asstiance. And Chads are way less common then chumps so it’s probably right, good and just that the man o sphere is mostly focused on bringing chumps up to Chad level

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  40. Cheque d'Out says:

    Seeing as they’re all out of the caves now, I think that this is acceptable humour

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  41. Cheque d'Out says:

    Classic

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  42. Cheque d'Out says:

    Probably just for Cill, a good summary of the latest BREXIT shenanigans. And no, I do not know how this will end
    https://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/this-has-just-got-a-lot-bigger-than-brexit/

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  43. Cheque d'Out says:

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  44. Cheque d'Out says:

    The 1922 Committee is kind of the trade union for the back-bench tory MPs.

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  45. I actually really feel for the young girls today who have basically been raised with the expectation they will start having sex around puberty and will have multiple casual sex partners. Some have literally never been told, “it’s ok NOT to.” Or why not doing so is better for them emotionally and physically. I know they make their own choices ultimately, but I do think many are raised w the expectation that “it’s inevitable” and so parents just focus on birth control and other measures rather than explain why waiting is better in SO many ways!

    A couple I know has a 14-year-old daughter who recently had a devastating stroke (blood clot in the brain.) the birth control pill she was on “to regulate her period” was likely to blame. I wondered if her parents put her on the pill preventatively or if she was sexually active. She may never recover function on one side of her body 😦

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  46. Farm Boy says:

    The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared sex addiction is a mental-health disorder.

    https://www.the-star.co.ke/news/2018/07/09/sex-addiction-a-mental-disorder-who-declares_c1784399

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  47. earl says:

    ‘A couple I know has a 14-year-old daughter who recently had a devastating stroke (blood clot in the brain.) the birth control pill she was on “to regulate her period” was likely to blame. I wondered if her parents put her on the pill preventatively or if she was sexually active. She may never recover function on one side of her body 😦’

    Not shocking…from what I read about the history of the pill things like stroke, blot clots, and heart attacks were some of the ‘side effects’ from the first production of the pill…so rather than get it probably wasn’t good for women…they just lowered the amount of hormones they put into the pill. But hey it’s men who tell women what to do with their bodies that are evil.

    So not only are women suffering from the health and emotional effects of casual sex…they are suffering from the health effects of birth control. I don’t doubt things like breast cancer and the various uteruan and ovarian cancer could come from birth control.

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  48. Cheque d'Out says:

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  49. Cheque d'Out says:

    The pill can be used just to manage period symptoms, could have nothing to do with sex. Poor kid.

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  50. earl says:

    Also of note whenever I throw out the lure about how I’m against bc and the wimminz who tell me about their health problems such as heavy periods or hurtful ovaries…all you have to ask is if they are sexually active.

    They often are.

    There’s something sinister about it. Just how it changes the woman’s body alone should tell you how oddball it is.

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  51. Cheque d'Out says:

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  52. Cheque d'Out says:

    Just saying that it might not be sex related. Having seen a stroke up close…fucking cruel. Even worse in a kid.

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  53. RichardP says:

    When wife and I lived in D.C. there was a particular couple we were friends with. He had a PhD in molecular biology and worked at NIH in some experimental laboratory kind of work. She was very bright, pert, good singing voice, and worked as a teacher. Shortly before we came back to the West Coast, friend’s wife had a stroke – from being on the pill. The bright future they had planned, which included a family, immediately got redefined. The last I heard, they were still together – living a future together quite different from what they envisioned starting out. Similar to the story I told recently at Bloom’s a few threads back. Just learned that a friend’s brother-in-law got married some time ago and his wife was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis on their wedding night (after the wedding). He, too, is still with her, even though her health has failed significantly. Points to the value of being committed to principles and not just to the person. People change. Principles don’t. Commitment to principles helps us weather the crazyness of life. But then – I guess not everyone wants to weather the craziness of life. If it’s broke, toss it and get a new one. Let the government take care of the broken ones.

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  54. thedeti says:

    The next step from “I’m having bad sex and we need to talk to our male partners about that and we need to reject mediocre sex” is

    “I expected an orgasm. I didn’t consent to bad sex. I didn’t consent to mediocre sex. I consented to sex on the specific condition that he has to get me off.

    Therefore, he raped me.

    Bad sex = rape. Mediocre sex where I don’t orgasm = rape.”

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  55. thedeti says:

    I missed this before. More evidence for the “bad sex is rape” claim:

    “Unsatisfactory sex is a type of subjugation.”

    There it is.

    “If I don’t orgasm, if I don’t enjoy the sex, then you’re using me and exploiting me and putting me ‘under’ you in importance. You’re putting your wants and needs ahead of my own. You’re being selfish.

    Using and exploiting a woman and subordinating her desires to a man’s – she didn’t consent to that. She didn’t agree to that.

    Therefore, he raped her.”

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  56. Farm Boy says:

    Business Insider pulled an opinion piece by a conservative writer after members of the staff objected. The piece, which is now available only on the Internet Archive was a reaction to the controversy over the casting of actress Scarlett Johansson as a transgender man for a forthcoming film. The article by Daniella Greenbaum argued that Johansson is an actress whose job is to make believe:

    “Scarlett Johansson is the latest target of the social-justice warrior mob. The actress is being chastised for, well, acting…”

    https://hotair.com/archives/2018/07/10/business-insider-pulls-article-scarlett-johansson-trans-role-internal-revolt/

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  57. Farm Boy says:

    In a troll of deeply epic proportions White House staff just walked all reporters & journalists covering the SCOTUS pick by the dumpster & a portrait of Hillary Clinton. When I asked @hogangidley45 if that was on purpose he said “absoloutely.” pic.twitter.com/5g30dGjXu1

    — Benny (@bennyjohnson) July 10, 2018

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  58. Cheque d'Out says:

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  59. Farm Boy says:

    [Look the same they do not.
    Chelsea’s eyes pointed to her left they are.
    Donkey’s eyes pointed to his right they are.
    Big difference this would be]

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  60. Farm Boy says:

    The founder CEO of Feminist Apparel — easily the wokest clothing company on the internet — is in hot water after his staff discovered that he had a history of serial sexual abuse of women.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/32871/feminist-apparel-mogul-accused-sexual-assault-emily-zanotti

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  61. Farm Boy says:

    A Rollins College student in Orlando, Florida, has been expelled after a campus administrator allowed erroneous and irrelevant hearsay evidence into an investigation of campus sexual assault. The accuser also received generous accommodations that kept her from getting “another C” in a class and losing her scholarship. The accused student was not told about this potentially relevant information.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/32868/student-expelled-after-college-includes-rumors-and-ashe-schow

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  62. Love says:

    If you peruse dating sites now a days, you will see the norm is no longer normal. Those looking for monogamous long-term relationships are fewer and far in between. I don’t think the blame should be solely placed at the feet of young women. The norms of the millenials are different. Threesomes, polygamist relationships, ‘ethical non monogamy’ (yup that’s a term now ), and partners permission to seek other partners is commonly seen on these sites.
    Both genders are now open to even explore same sex options …
    The mentality is very open and accepting.

    [If true, crazy this would be]

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  63. Love says:

    Check it out for yourself. Log onto a reputable dating site and see how many of the profiles actually want a long-term committed relationship. Please share the region if you find many in that area.

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  64. earl says:

    ‘The mentality is very open and accepting.’

    Then they better be open and accepting to the consequences such as diseases to the body and the mind, emotional heart break, lonliness, and the fact that normal people don’t want to marry that.

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  65. earl says:

    Couldn’t say this better…and I think it’s good that guys are starting to figure this out about what’s going on in the church.

    [When consider the results I do,
    Argue with this I can not]

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  66. earl says:

    Someting I agree with when it comes to Iran. Woman gets real consequences for unleashing her inner feminist onto the world.

    ‘Iranian Thot Patrol: Instagram Skank Rightfully Gets Jail Time For Subversion’

    http://www.returnofkings.com/182255/iranian-thot-patrol-instagram-skank-rightfully-gets-jail-time-for-subversion

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  67. Love says:

    I have not followed that Iranian girl on IG nor do I know her, but from the clip she was Just dancing an older sexier style of dance. From the 60s-70s. Before the Islamic revolution. Kind of like being imprisoned for doing the foxtrot or tango lol.

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  68. earl says:

    It’s more than just the dancing. Read the article. That’s a subversive woman.

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  69. earl says:

    Imagine my shock…another male feminist has gropey hands.

    Male CEO of a ‘feminist’ clothing brand fires almost his entire staff after they confront him over sexual assaults that he admits to

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5938599/Former-staff-speak-Feminist-Apparel-CEO-fired-confronting-assault.html

    ‘The CEO of a clothing company that sells items featuring anti-patriarchal designs has fired nine staff members who demanded his resignation after learning he had admitted to sexual assault in a Facebook post from October 2013.’

    ‘His original post revealed self-described assaults ranging from ‘grinding’ on women ‘without their consent’ to ‘put[ting] a woman’s hand on my d**k while she was sleeping,’ to have been part of Martofel’s motivation for starting the business.’

    See ladies…the guys who are anti-patriarchy are just as bad as the wimminz. Although there’s still plenty of wimminz that don’t get it.

    ‘The company’s former art director, Rebecca Green said, ‘This is the patriarchy and toxic masculinity at its f***ing finest.’

    Blame the patriarchy even when the guy was anti-patriarchal.

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  70. Love says:

    Im sorry but this James Miller knows nothing about Persian dancing nor has a clue about Iranian culture. Yes, clothing wise, she is more Tom-Boyish, but her dance moves are purely of Persian and Belly dancing origins. He states “Iranian mullahs deserve a great deal of credit for their social media crackdown and swift thot patrolling. They are actually conserving their culture against an existential threat.”
    Incorrect. The mullahs are protecting their religious control. Does this Miller guy know anything about Iranian culture that goes back over 3000 years?

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  71. SFC Ton says:

    think the blame should be solely placed at the feet of young women.
    ……..

    Well now….. kind of depends on the angle of attack.

    Most dudes can’t pull that shit off. Most dudes, I will say way more them 80% of men, struggle to pull or keep one bitch in line so they aint winning shit with the various schemes. Most chicks can catch some kind of dick just by breathing

    Then comes the apex alpha/ near apex alpha. Guys who can run open or semi open harems arent even the norm in the top 20% of men

    That being said, sure does look like a female driven event. Though I don’t blame girls because I do not believe in the fairy tale notion of female moral agencey

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  72. SFC Ton says:

    LOL Iran is way to complex of a subject for fuckers without legit boots on the ground experience there

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  73. Love says:

    Well said Ton. Applause.

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  74. Farm Boy says:

    ABC’s “The View” co-host Meghan McCain hilariously responded to a troll on Tuesday that suggested that her breast size was too big.

    A Twitter account commented on a Mediaite tweet that linked to an article that showed how other co-hosts on “The View” responded to President Donald Trump’s nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court:

    @MeghanMcCain needs breast reduction surgery. Goodness!
    — Jill (@mbosguru) July 10, 2018

    McCain responded:

    My husband ain’t complaining… https://t.co/zIi6Idg5z5
    — Meghan McCain (@MeghanMcCain) July 10, 2018

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/32880/meghan-mccain-breast-size-tweet-ryan-saavedra

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  75. SFC Ton says:

    It that I know much about Iran but I learned a good deal of my trade from a guy who practiced his trade there during the Shaw years and had a….. semi boss who ran missions there post Shaw so about all I know is, it’s fucking complex

    There is a real culture war there; the mullahs who want to destroy any sign of Persian culture because it offends islam vs the people who want to preserve their ancient culture

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  76. Farm Boy says:

    Yes, with the last remnants of the Evil Patriarchy gone, young women write the rules. The rules that they have written are not particularly impressive

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  77. SFC Ton says:

    Well said Ton.
    …….
    LOL does The Ton evere unwell say some shit ? 😉

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  78. earl says:

    ‘Though I don’t blame girls because I do not believe in the fairy tale notion of female moral agencey’

    Enjoy that fairy tale then.

    Anything immoral a woman under your authority does isn’t her fault then…it’s all yours. Sounds a lot like the current justice system and mainstream churchianity too.

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  79. SFC Ton says:

    Read The article about the Iraian girl

    What sort of soulless, lovelss, joyless little prick writes that kind of shit? My guess is anotyer buttsore beta chump who is pissed at that world women won’t express that kind of dance attidue toward him

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  80. SFC Ton says:

    LOL good luck with that shit earl. Not a soul who has been reading me over the years would give your dumbest comment any weight

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  81. earl says:

    ‘Not a soul who has been reading me over the years would give your dumbest comment any weight’

    Your fairy tale doesn’t make sense and you know it. The only way it makes sense is if you also don’t believe in male moral agency.

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  82. Love says:

    This James Miller is an idiot because he does not understand the perversion of the Iranian moral police. Female dancers in Iran have been dancing in the same manner in the cafes back in the 50s, 60s, and 70s. When the Islamic revolution occurred, these women were pushed out of the cafes and right into the brothels. The high and mighty moral police didn’t stop business, they just changed the venue and even added boys and homosexual men to the dance team. Miller is is applauding Iran’s moral police for stopping these dancing harlots. Yet surprisingly the rate of prostitution and HIV has dramatically risen in Iran since the Islamic revolution. How can that be when the moral police have done such a great job cracking down on subversive women???

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  83. earl says:

    Put it this way…a mother murders her kids….she shouldn’t go to jail because women have no moral agency.

    A wife breaks in and takes a car…she shouldn’t be charged for it because women have no moral agency.

    A woman gets drunk and behind the wheel of a vehicle, wrecks into somebody and kills them. She shouldn’t have any stigma attached to her because women have no moral agency.

    This is how your fairy tale fails, Ton.

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  84. earl says:

    Sounds more like the feminist virus they are trying to keep out of Iran is already widespread there.

    https://www.haaretz.com/middle-east-news/iranian-women-are-divorcing-in-higher-numbers-rejecting-rising-sexual-violence-1.5452643

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  85. Cheque d'Out says:

    ‘This is how your fairy tale fails, Ton.’

    I think that that’s a fair point but kids have no moral agency, we set rules and punishments for them.

    You two could have a rather good discussion on this question. I’d prefer a world where women are held as adults (somewhere near Earl’s world?) but that’s not how the women hitting the headlines act (so, I’m saying NAWALT).

    At the end of the day, I’m sick of women pulling the old We’re equal to you. Till it’s consequences time, where we’re suddenly become more childlike and innocent…look into our doe-like eyes…

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  86. Cheque d'Out says:

    So let women en masse choose a single standard for women to be held to. And hold them to it. Shouldn’t be too hard to find judges capable of thinking with their heads rather than falling for the sob stories and the bareface false accusations.

    Pretty sure that consequences for lying can be enforced, many bad women would tighten up their game under those circumstances.

    Damn. I appear to be blaming men for being part of the problem, but the cucks and manginas really are.

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  87. Cheque d'Out says:

    Anyone remember my reaction (in this blog’s comments) to Treason May’s appointment (she was not elected at the end of the day, the only other character folded like a cheap suitcase at the first hint of trouble (another woman, natch))?

    So, how’s she going?

    Dear Brandon, [Tory Party Chairman]

    We write to you on behalf of the Dagenham and Rainham Conservative Association.

    The dissatisfaction currently being shown with the performance of Theresa May and her cabinet regarding the so-called negotiations for Brexit has reached such proportions as to become a threat to the future of our party. She has remorselessly and progressively weakened our position in her negotiations with the EU and is increasingly ignoring the wishes of more than 17.4 million voters, making a mockery of democracy. There is every indication that if she is allowed to remain in office we will be left in an associated membership of the EU when we will have no rights of negotiation at all. Should this be allowed to happen, it will probably result in the destruction of our party and you will have noted that there are already indications of a lack of trust in us.

    Her recent articles in the national press in which she says “we should unite as one nation to achieve agreement with the EU” spells it out quite adequately. The EU does not want us to leave, so will never agree to us so doing.

    Mrs. May is surrounded with those who oppose the will of the majority of voters. She must be replaced now while there is still time for her successor to reassess the UK’s position.

    Yours sincerely,

    Terry Justice: Chairman

    Peter Harris: Deputy Chairman
    [The Dagenham and Rainham Conservative Association]

    And still we have cucks trying to push her replacement to be a woman of Indian (dot, not feather) extraction.

    I’m fucking livid that this bitch clearly tried to sell us out into vassal state status, refuses to acknowledge that that’s what she was clearly trying to do, and appears to believe that she should stay in place. Fucking women.

    Please tell Trump to do her one. In the back. For her very likely being involved in signing off on our intelligence services spying on Trump during his campaign. She was Home Secretary at the time, this was under her pervue.

    Pretty sure that Donald has the intelligence information sufficient to have a word in her shell-like, nah wot I mean? Gertcha

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  88. Cheque d'Out says:

    A jolly (family friendly) ditty to explain gertcha

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  89. Cheque d'Out says:

    And remember folks, this evening put your weight behind an England victory in the wendyball world cup semi-finals (against Croatia)

    I ask not for myself, for in truth I don’t much care (just a little bit, I’ll admit), I ask in the name of all the traitors and quislings in my nation who are desperate that the patriotism that would result from a win, be not released.

    I’m sure that the number of English flags around the place are currently very upsetty for them and we haven’t won yet

    p.s.
    If we make it and thereby make it to the final on Sunday… You know what you need to do.

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  90. Cheque d'Out says:

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  91. Cheque d'Out says:

    The trouble with football (the real one) is that it tends to unite the oiks in patriotism, the common people, the workers

    And produces catchy and yet tacky songs

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  92. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oiks? The common people.

    I recommend this word to my colonial cousins
    https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=oikophobia

    oikophobia
    Xenophobia is fear of the alien; oikophobia is fear of the familiar: “the disposition, in any conflict, to side with ‘them’ against ‘us’, and the felt need to denigrate the customs, culture and institutions that are identifiably ‘ours.’” British philosopher Roger Scruton

    Left-leaning Americans often are driven by conscious and subconscious oikophobia.

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  93. Cheque d'Out says:

    Make it happen, Donald

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  94. Cheque d'Out says:

    (The P45 certificate is given when someone loses their job)

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  95. Farm Boy says:

    I have always wondered why you never hear “officials” or “media types” speak along these lines.

    “When there are many dozens of countries where poverty consumes most of the population, and where corrupt governments deliberately make the problem much worse, why would the U.N. study poverty in America? The answer is politics.”

    U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley

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  96. Farm Boy says:

    A federal court ruled Friday that the University of Michigan must grant a live hearing to a male student accused of sexual assault, saying there is a substantial risk that the student has been denied due process.

    The student had filed a lawsuit accusing the school of creating an environment in which Title IX staff members are “explicitly and implicitly biased against males accused of sexual assault.”

    https://www.campusreform.org/?ID=11109

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  97. Farm Boy says:

    WASHINGTON, D.C.—With President Trump now nominating his second justice to the Supreme Court, a lot of attention is being paid to the oldest Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Critics fear that if Trump replaces her, it would shift the court far to the right. She’s in fine health for now, though, according to the technicians that have frozen her in carbonite until the next term of the Supreme Court.

    As Ginsburg was lowered into the carbonite freezing chamber, she bravely looked up at her fellow liberal justices, who said, “I love you.” She reportedly replied, “Huh?”

    https://babylonbee.com/news/ruth-bader-ginsburg-encased-in-carbonite-until-next-court-session/

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  98. Yoda says:

    Place me on the Supreme Court they should
    Serve long i would

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  99. copperfox3c says:

    Every man should be told to read the book “Sex God Method”. Of course, it is not a very politically correct book. The basic gist is that what women want in the bedroom is the opposite of the feminist drivel they might espouse outside the bedroom. Red Pill 101.

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  100. RichardP says:

    The ongoing bickering between ton and earl over women and moral agency takes place because they have not agreed on the definition of the terms they are using. One useful place to start is this from Wikipedia, which is taken from Webster’s dictionary and an article by Taylor Angus.

    Moral agency is an individual’s ability to make moral judgments based on some notion of right and wrong and to be held accountable for these actions. A moral agent is a being who is capable of acting with reference to right and wrong.

    When phrased that way, the problem is easier to see. Rudyard Kipling shows he knows the problem with the concepts he includes in his poem The Female of the Species – but particularly this phrase: [man] uplifts his erring hands to some God of Abstract Justice — which no woman understands.

    The problem in the debate over women’s moral agency is not that women do not have moral agency. They prove time and again that they are capable of acting with reference to right and wrong. The issue is that women as a group have a list of rights and wrongs that is different than mens list. Men do not get pregnant, need to depend on the good will of others for nine months, give birth, need to depend on the good will of others while they nurture the child until he no longer needs her – all in succession over a goodly number of years if she has multiple children.

    Birth control pills are a minor blip on the time-line of thousands of years of human history. What is described in the previous paragraph has been the norm for women forever. In the context of the previous paragraph, their needs are different from men. And so their objectives are different from men (get pregnant, be taken care of while pregnant, give birth without mother and/or child dying, be taken care of while she nurtures child til he no longer needs her). Given that their objectives are different from men, so will be their ideas of what is right and what is wrong. Numerous studies on women and moral agency have born this out.

    It is not that women are incapable of chosing between right and wrong. It is that their definition of what is right and what is wrong is different from men at a level that men cannot possibly know about – because they do not get pregnant and do not give birth and mostly do not need to depend on others in the way that women need to. And most men do not nurture the child through to its independence at the level and intensity that women do. Until birth control pills (a small slice of total time), women’s entire focus was on delivering unto the world at large a child who could survive on its own. The things needed to do that are what drive women’s sense of right and wrong. Read the whole of Kipling’s poem linked to above to get a sense of this.

    Based on the definition quoted above, women have moral agency. Women have a sense of right and wrong. Women have the ability to choose between right and wrong. It is just in an arena that most men cannot understand (because they do not get pregnant and give birth), and therefore, do not recognize.

    Do women fail to attend to men’s list of right and wrong? Clearly.

    But that failure says only that they are not attending to the things men think they should attend to. It says nothing about their moral agency.

    Addendum: women go through everything described above to deliver to the world a human more or less capable of existing on its own. Women go through all of that to deliver to the world an entity that she knows is only going to die (we all die). That leads to a mindset that no man can understand – because he does not go through the process. Without commenting on the rightness or the wrongness of this thought process – when you are creating something that you know is going to die, it is easy to decide that it doesn’t really matter when it dies. So the abortion thing is based on a thought process that no man can understand. It is going to die, so what does it matter when? If I give birth, the child will have a hellish life. Therefore I will prevent that by aborting. Which is the act of greater love – creating a human that will have a hellish life, or preventing that from happening? Many men only see murder. They fail to see, they cannot see, that for women it is actually part of moral reasoning. So, even in abortion, we cannot claim that women have no moral agency. They clearly do. It is just based on a set or rights and wrongs that are not on most mens’ lists of rights and wrongs.

    Cheque d’Out at at 8:44 above has a reasoned approach. But even that reasoning is expecting women’s choices to be based on men’s sense of right and wrong. That leads to men punishing women for doing a thing that is “wrong” according to mens list, but is maybe not wrong according to womens list.

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  101. earl says:

    ‘The basic gist is that what women want in the bedroom is the opposite of the feminist drivel they might espouse outside the bedroom.’

    This is more than about sex.

    This is about pride. They think they are goddesses and suffering the heavy weight of their own created crowns…when they are desperately needing the virtue of humility.

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  102. Yoda says:

    A relief this would be

    Recently-anointed British royal bride Meghan Markle has given her alleged approval of Ireland’s recent move to legalize abortion.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/32944/meghan-markle-pleased-ireland-legalized-abortion-paul-bois

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  103. Cheque d'Out says:


    It isn’t coming home…

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  104. Yoda says:

    In an article published in, of all things, “Feminist Media Studies,” a renowned “gender studies scholar” has claimed that a YouTube show which features people eating increasingly spicy hot wings, “creates, maintains, and manipulates inequitable gender hierarchies.”

    The show, “Hot Ones,” apparently reinforces notions of toxic masculinity by forcing celebrities to eat a plate of hot wings while they discuss their latest project. On the show, each celebrity starts with mild wings and then keeps eating up the spiciness chain until they reach their own personal hot wing of doom.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/32938/feminist-slams-hot-wing-eating-competition-show-emily-zanotti

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  105. SFC Ton says:

    I ask in the name of all the traitors and quislings in my nation who are desperate that the patriotism that would result from a win, be not released.

    I’m sure that the number of English flags around the place are currently very upsetty for them
    ……….

    Well fuck. Would have bet my bottom dollar I would never have given a shit who wins something as nonhetronotmative as a soccer game but now I do

    Ain’t that a son of a bitch?

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  106. Yoda says:

    Lena Dunham shared a candid post on Tuesday about her weight gain.

    The Girls star took to Instagram to reveal she has put on 24lbs since she got down to her lowest weight in 2017, but she added that she is happier now and feeling ‘free.’

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-5939335/Lena-Dunham-says-shes-happier-162lbs-138lbs-2017.html

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  107. SFC Ton says:

    Moral agency is an individual’s ability to make moral judgments based on some notion of right and wrong and to be held accountable for these actions. A moral agent is a being who is capable of acting with reference to right and wrong.
    ……

    That is the definition I use and I maintain women, enmass, are biologically incapable of determining right from wrong. In my warm and fuzzie days I use to think there was a masculine version of morality and a feminine version, both useful in different aspects of life. But I was young and foolish.

    I also make that claim for various sub sects of “humanity”as well.

    We argue because at the end of te day earl has an inherently feminine mental point of origin backed up with fervent religious convictions from years of indoctrination. One that has not gotten more masculine despite his exposure to the man o sphere

    Despite advocating for women to have no rights beyond a right not ti auffer the cruel and unsusal punishment thing, earl tries the dumbshit of implying I am some how a feminist.

    —————–

    You two could have a rather good discussion on this question
    ………

    No we couldn’t. Earl is armed only with feel good platitudes and lacks anything like wisdom earned through experience. Me and you could have a good one, being mature men with years and experience etc et. but as much as I respect the Boss, I have a life time of experiences few men can match due to my misspent youth in the military and PMC work.

    I would venture a guess, only Cill and BV have a roughly similar set of life experiences to flesh out tgings written, read and studied

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  108. SFC Ton says:

    24lbs since she got down to her lowest weight in 2017, but she added that she is happier now and feeling ‘free.’
    ……

    Free of quality baby batter

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  109. Yoda says:

    Moreover, the central argument against Roe v Wade is not religious but rather that it was defectively reasoned; that justices invented a new constitutional right as a way to circumvent civil debate about the legality, morality, and science of abortion. As liberal pro-choicer Laurence Tribe once famously wrote, “behind its own verbal smokescreen, the substantive judgment on which it rests is nowhere to be found.”

    http://thefederalist.com/2018/07/11/tomi-lahrens-position-on-roe-v-wade-makes-zero-sense/

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  110. SFC Ton says:

    I don’t typically watch tv because the folks on it are dumber then live stock BUT

    This chick just said the usa needs help from NATO….. what a dumb cunt.

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  111. Yoda says:

    Women apparently love abortion they do
    Embarrassed by this they should

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  112. Yoda says:

    Trump was a populist nemesis visited upon the hubris of the coastal culture. When he took on “fake news,” when he tweeted over the “crooked” media, when he railed about “globalists,” when he caricatured Washington politicians—and ranted non-stop, shrilly, and crudely—a third of the country felt that at last they had a world-beater who wished to win ugly rather than, as in the case of John McCain or Mitt Romney, lose nobly. As a neighbor put it to me of Trump’s opponents, “They all have it coming.”

    The targets of Trump’s ire never quite understood that the establishment’s attacks on him, and their own entitled appeals to their greater sensitivity, training, experience, education, morality, class, and authority, were precisely the force multipliers that made Trumpism so appealing.

    https://www.newcriterion.com/issues/2018/6/the-good-populism-9842

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  113. Farm Boy says:

    An upstate New York woman has been charged with false reporting of a crime after police say she claimed she was raped. In reality, she was angry at the man because he wouldn’t give her a ride home.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/32919/woman-cries-rape-after-man-refuses-drive-her-home-ashe-schow

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  114. Farm Boy says:

    Several professors are urging the University of Wyoming to “shelve” its new marketing slogan, “The World Needs More Cowboys,” because they feel it evokes the image of a “white, heterosexual male.”

    One professor acknowledged that the real history of cowboys “is more diverse than that racially, and presumably also for sexual orientation,” but insisted that the slogan will make non-white students feel less welcome.

    https://www.campusreform.org/?ID=11102

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  115. earl says:

    ‘We argue because at the end of te day earl has an inherently feminine mental point of origin backed up with fervent religious convictions from years of indoctrination.’

    You’re projecting, Ton.

    To say women have moral agency is because women know God too. God…the Father. They want to think they are a god however, determining what is good and evil.

    https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Genesis+3%3A1-7&version=NABRE

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  116. earl says:

    ‘Earl is armed only with feel good platitudes and lacks anything like wisdom earned through experience. ‘

    Ton the projector.

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  117. Yoda says:

    Not necessarily true this is
    On top she might have been

    Ex-FBI LAYER Lisa Page today defied a House of Representatives issued Subpoena to testify before Congress! Wow, but is anybody really surprised! Together with her lover, FBI Agent Peter Strzok, she worked on the Rigged Witch Hunt, perhaps the most tainted and corrupt case EVER!

    — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 11, 2018

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  118. Yoda says:

    A man returned to his New Jersey home Monday night to find both his wife and her lover dead in the garage, after the pair apparently died of carbon monoxide poisoning while having sex, law enforcement sources tell NBC 4 New York.

    The 39-year-old woman and her 56-year-old lover — who sources believe was her mechanic — were discovered just before 9 p.m. Monday at a house in Newark.

    https://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/husband-find-wife-dead-sex-carbon-monoxide-poisoning-garage-new-jersey-487794121.html

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  119. There’s like five different layers of possible snowflake triggers in that tweet, brilliant! Lol.

    So not showing up for a subpoena means? Contempt? I am unsure how the law goes exactly but I don’t think showing up is exactly optional… anyone know?

    [Yes, contempt it would be]

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  120. Cheque d'Out says:

    How many other women in high power positions does this also describe?

    May is a fundamentally flawed character – whose pathological sense of entitlement has justified her using feminism to compensate for her mediocrity and abusing her femininity to excuse the worst frailties of her sex: foolish vanity, a manipulative, sly, underhand, cunning duplicity, a contempt for men, a deranged authoritarianism disguised as bossiness and a moral relativism that permits her to lie and to cheat like a male cad in the name of equality whilst fooling herself that her childhood in a rectory allows such behaviour on the inspiration of the Holy Spirit – topped off with a malicious vindictiveness toward anyone who sees through her. She is an over-dressed grotesque, under whose two-year premiership Britain has become a very dark and a very sinister place.

    Dysfunctional to the last, Theresa May has met her match in a man she has systematically insulted because she held him in needless contempt. Donald Trump might be a lot of things, but he is President of the United States of America. And he isn’t just sending in the cavalry. He is the cavalry. Theresa May has one wheel on her wagon. And even that is threatening to fall off.

    [See anything in there about fundamental principles I do not]

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  121. Cheque d'Out says:

    Ton @23:30

    Welcome to the club, my brother

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  122. Cheque d'Out says:

    Ton, no disrespect taken. I have never claimed a spot in the pulpit by my experiences. None of my experiences were terrible. I’m happy to let others share their knowledge and we all benefit from the combined wisdom. This place is not about me.

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  123. Cheque d'Out says:

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  124. What I see May doing is she’s leading in a very “let’s all find consensus” way, which is a very female style. W women, back to ancient times, life in the village usually meant some sort of compromise so everyone felt heard and acknowledged. It’s an OK style when times are stable and peaceful but not in times when what’s needed is decisive leadership and taking a stand. She’s not the right person for the moment in time which requires someone w unwavering conviction and the courage to be unpopular w many in order to get what the country wants done. I am not sure there currently is someone like that in UK leadership? Someone kind of like Trump? UK First!

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  125. Cheque d'Out says:

    May has been FAR worse than that. What you describe is what I expected of her. She’s been far worse.

    She let the official UK team of negotiators continue negotiating BREXIT* while she went behind their backs and negotiated a surrender to the EU.

    She then arranged a meeting of the Cabinet (the government ministers) at Chequers where:
    1 their phones were taken from them
    2 they were told that if they resigned their ministerial cars would be removed and they’d have to take a taxi home.

    (pathetic bullying that angered many of the ministers – naturally)

    She then tried to bounce all of them into adopting her document (later confirmed that she had already had that doc agreed with Merkel and the EU, before showing it to the UK government)

    And if that isn’t a great example of what a traitor might do…I’d love to see a better example. I’m really biting my tongue right now when I say that I want her gone from power.

    Any that read my comments back in the day about my ‘joy’ that she was shoehorned into power back in the day will know that I never wanted her. But even my breath was taken away when I found out what she’s been up to in secret.

    *their negotiations were already FAR TOO SOFT for my tastes.

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  126. Cheque d'Out says:

    Dear Donald, JUST DO IT. The people are sick of these fucking parasites. Please help us get rid of the shits

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  127. Cheque d'Out says:

    And my dear US cousins, don’t believe the shit about waves of demonstrations against Trump. Our MSM is every bit as bad as CNN.

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  128. Cheque d'Out says:

    PLEASE KEEP THIS UP

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  129. Cheque d'Out says:

    While the MSM continues to pretend that everything is fine with Treeza and her Treason

    Can they hold the line or is a true revolution imminent? I wish I knew.

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  130. Cheque d'Out says:

    This White paper has not needed age to turn yellow
    Made oi larf, it did. Oi larfed

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  131. Cheque d'Out says:

    One to share with your blue-pill friends who suck at CNN’s teat of poisonous propaganda

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  132. @chequed out, I had no idea. There is little news about what’s happening, and that I see doesn’t have much detail. Unbelievable! I can see why people would be so upset. 😦

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  133. Cheque d'Out says:

    The Tory Bruges Group (named after a famous anti-EU speech by Maggie) aren’t happy bunnies

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  134. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh and yes. Dominic Raab, mentioned above, is the tory mp previously famed for calling out feminist bigots. Oh boy has his reputation taken a kicking in the last few days…

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  135. Cheque d'Out says:

    If true then this signals increasing antipathy to May.

    It was recently reported that May insisted that Donald not meet Nigel.
    Inviting the recently resigned from her Cabinet BloJo is a hoof in her thunderflange.

    [Perhaps tea it would not be
    Diet Coke more plausible it is]

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  136. Cheque d'Out says:


    An English eccentric making his support clear

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  137. Cheque d'Out says:

    81 seconds in

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  138. Cheque d'Out says:

    Trump must hate sitting across the table from characters of this calibre. This is Juncker (‘Druncker’) after the NATO summit

    3:29pm it says

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  139. earl says:

    ‘It was recently reported that May insisted that Donald not meet Nigel.’

    These broads.

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  140. Cill says:

    Spawny was right ‘way back in the day: May should never have been made leader of the Conservatives.

    Now May has to go. I guess the biggest worry is that a leadership struggle could result in a new govt under Labour and the long-drop Jerry as PM. Heaven forbid.

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  141. Cill says:

    FWIW “long-drop” always means dunny (toilet) and jerry sometimes means dunny, down under.

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  142. Cill says:

    “BloJo is a hoof in her thunderflange”
    Boris is May’s butt-plug?

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  143. Cill says:

    “This chick just said the usa needs help from NATO”
    Daft bint with the IQ of a two by four.

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  144. Cheque d'Out says:

    The invitation of BloJo is that hoof / thunderflange interface event.

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  145. Cheque d'Out says:

    She looked worse than this today

    She was sort of gasping as she spouted her litany of lies.

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  146. Cheque d'Out says:

    If May is replaced by someone determined to implement the tory prospectus at the last General Election then laba should have nothing to say (Gordon Brown was similarly parachuted in after Tony Bliar). The UK does not vote for Prime Minsters. Your local candidate MPs run on the prospectus of their party, after that it’s up to the parties.

    But the remainerscum tories are indeed already screaming that MPs should cave due to the threat of Jezza. Many punters are saying that if Jezza is the cost of ending the treachery of the current tory party, then…okay. Come and have a go, if you think you’re hard enough

    But there is the risk that the tories will split. As long as they never want to be in power again.

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  147. Cill says:

    “The UK does not vote for Prime Minsters.” I know. I was thinking more along the lines that a leadership struggle could split the party and bring on a general election that Labour could win.

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  148. molly says:

    Juncker is the town drunk
    lol

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  149. Cill says:

    Treason May: “Delighted to see the successful rescue of those trapped in the caves in Thailand. The world was watching and will be saluting the bravery of all those involved.”

    Pom divers played a key role in the rescue. Nothing to do with Theresa though. Sparrow legs are not good for swimming underwater.

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  150. mgtowhorseman says:

    To lighten the Patriarchs mood.

    From the Justin files today

    “A federally financed venture capital fund that backs technology startups led by women revealed the names of four of its first investments Wednesday – an effort to overcome well-documented systemic biases against female tech CEOs, who struggle more than their male counterparts to raise money.

    The Business Development Bank of Canada’s $200-million Women in Technology Venture Fund said it was backing Lufa Farms, a Montreal e-commerce platform co-founded by Lauren Rathmell that sells produce grown in urban rooftop greenhouses; tealbook, an artificial intelligence-powered platform based in Toronto and led by CEO Stephany Lapierre that simplifies procurement for large companies; Montreal-based photography image bank Unsplash, co-founded by Stephanie Liverani; and Vancouver’s AvenueHQ, an online real-estate marketing startup founded by couple Rebecca and Chris Troelstra.

    “If these companies all do really well and these women CEOs and co-founders and leaders do well and repeat the cycle, then I think we’ve had a win,” said Michelle Scarborough, a veteran venture capital investor who joined BDC in the spring of 2017 and leads the fund.”

    One of Justin’s pet fundings.

    Any one of these commercially viable?

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  151. Cheque d'Out says:

    I reckon that I know a guy that knows the Bristol chap pretty well, he’s into cave rescue too.

    They did some stupendous dives trying to trace the flow from Wookey Hole. It was the two Brits that were THE key to getting them all found and out. White straight men just don’t fit the narrative though, do they? Being English is just the cherry on top. Not that I give a fuck, but I think the media hate us most of all. Suck that up you White American men! LOL
    https://www.somersetlive.co.uk/news/somerset-news/thailand-cave-rescue-wookey-hole-1745043

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  152. Cheque d'Out says:

    Props to the Thai SEAL as well. That’s not a death that I’d savour and I do know enough about that stuff to make that statement.

    Best dive horror that I’ve seen. Skip the first minute if you like. Now do this in shit vis and cramped environment…

    I was on the same boat (and dive site) as a couple of divers that got lost in a deepish wreck in very poor vis. One panicked and kicked the mask off of his buddy…now really blind. They got separated. By sheer luck they both made it out separately, each thinking that he’d left his buddy to die. Nasty stuff.

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  153. Cheque d'Out says:

    Couldn’t see much further than my hand when I visited
    https://www.sundaypost.com/fp/the-spectacular-graveyard-thats-introubledwaters/

    I had crap luck. Scapa did me poorly. I actually went hiking for a few days instead of diving. Skara Brae was nice though. I think FarmBoy’s been there too.

    [Yes I have been to the Orkneys. A very windy fine place.- FB]

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  154. molly says:

    Unca S Cill is out. Before he left he said “It is impossible to speak too highly of that rescue. Words are inadequate.” I thought you should know. ❤

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  155. molly says:

    Brave English men.

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  156. Cheque d'Out says:

    Very high praise indeed given that source. Cheers. I’ll be happy to pass on best wishes

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  157. Cheque d'Out says:

    It’s tricky. I have a yen to visit Wookey Hole and Cheddar Gorge now. Not a long trip at all. But I have a beer delivery tomorrow. Summer hols start next week for da kidz.

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  158. Cheque d'Out says:

    Not even thirty pieces of silver

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  159. Re the cave rescue, from what I understand many such less complex rescues ended w no survivors. The fact that they got all those kids out, alive, is truly incredible. People spend years developing such skills, the rescuers had to take kids who couldn’t even swim thru dark water, tight passages, no visibility, on dives that took 3-5 hours to complete!

    A Thai national said it was to the kids credit they were country kids, not soft city ones. But still – a miracle really any made it, much less all. I hope the full story is told (and accurately) some day.

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