You know where this is heading, it’s probably getting boring for some now. I can’t keep on adding to previous posts, I think it merits its own as I have so much to say about it. Because a lot of what I’ve said is in previous posts, I’ll try not to repeat myself and avoid what’s previously been mentioned. To climax this unorthodox trilogy/quadrilogy…
So… Why do feminists love to point the finger at men for all their problems, especially where men have nothing to do with it? My conclusion is they just love to be victimised, it’s how they respire. They call guys who scrutinise their ethos ‘threatened’ because they are apparently threatened of women having a voice and place in society but the truth is, it’s them who are threatened and are dishing it out to deflect the fact away from themselves. They don’t like their flawed ideals to be called out for the tripe they really are so they cause a petty argument, mostly consisting of shame tactics against men to make them feel guilty.
Outgrown teenage tearaway Laurie Penny is a notable culprit of sensationalist manshaming, she blames ALL of society’s problems on the “patriarchy”, even for things like girls comparing their bodies to others and feeling like shit for it. When told that the same thing happens to guys, she just shrugs it off and says men’s issues are ‘fundamentally different’. You see? There’s the fucking problem, pursuing gender equality yet setting different rules for both genders. A boy must have made fun at her at school and is now taking all of the world’s woes out on everyone with the XY chromosome.
Little old Lauren is only where she is because her rich daddy paid for her tuition, to get into private education. Despite being 27, she’s currently going through that rebellious phase which most moody teenagers go through; standing up to the establishment and metaphorically fighting for the struggling working class but like all other keyboard feminists these days, cannot be arsed to actually do anything about it. If she is standing up for the poor people of the UK, I’d rather stand alone. It’s people of her stature and upbringing that are the problem with this country, not bloody men. You’ve got considerably more money than us, just give us a fraction so we can live in less fear of Big Dave at No.10 repossessing our homes, with the cost of living ever so rising.
Last month, she was on BBC’s Question Time and her performance was appalling; straight away she called men sexist for making women wear the veil (OK, fair enough), then called whiteys racist for wanting Muslims to not wear the veil — bollocks, the veil has nothing to do with religion. Later, she went on — in her irritable high-pitched voice — to urge housewives, who are more than content with what they do in lives, to stop conforming to gender roles and get a job. If you want to put that role crap to bed, become a bin woman since waste collecting seems to be a male-only profession, or is that too degrading? She finally vented at the Liberal Democrats for betraying their voters at the last general election, by not sticking to pre-election their promises. Despite the true reason being that not enough people voted for them and the other parties, therefore the 1st place Conservatives made a coalition with the 3rd-placed LibDems so if they chose 2nd place Labour instead, she’d have nothing to rant about. She would have a point if they won with an absolute majority but then again, the truth wouldn’t make a good populist, anti-establishment soundbite. The only positive about her is that she hates men so much, she will refuse to conceive and shed her spiteful ways onto her offspring, as if any guy would want to fuck her either. If she has a son, she’ll make him feel weak and threatened by society, he’ll be a complete pushover.
I came across this article about Robin Thicke’s hit ‘Blurred Lines’, unsurprisingly written by a feminist and to say it reaps of bullshit is an understatement. Don’t bother try talking sense in the comments either as it’ll get deleted and you’ll get blocked, probably for being a rapist-cum-woman beater. The author has completely misconstrued the contents of the song and turned it into a rape anthem herself, the song is about the BLURRED LINES of morality of hitting on a taken girl, as made obvious a few times in the lyrics (ie. ‘OK now he was close, tried to domesticate you’ and ‘That man is not your maker’). Granted, the lyrics don’t make Thicke a saint but to call him a rapist — because rapists have said this/that — is ludicrous, they would interpret Talk Talk’s ‘It’s My Life’ to have rapey connotations. I swear people like them look out to get raped, they don’t have sex. The thing is, feminists use ‘rape’ to their advantage against men. They use the true legal definition of ‘rape’, which is just sex without consent, whereas men think it’s synonymous with violent sexual assault. If both genders used the legal definition, there’d be FAR more male rape victims/female rapists among us. You can’t even look at them without offending them, they crave offence and will always be offended because it’s in their nature.
Feminists love antagonising innocent men by forcing the guilt and shame of rape down their throats, making them feel like rapists. They think we love rape and can’t get enough of it, like there’s no horrible stigma attached to being called a rapist. That’s what “rape culture” really is, their view of the term is how they perceive things in society and want everybody else to see it. They hate it when rape is glorified but have no mercy shaming others into feeling guilty for it, which is just as bad, if not worse. Nonconsentual sex is a non-issue for the most part, just like being “too drunk to consent”. It’s no different to your 12 year old child moaning about slavery, after being made to wash the pots against their will. You don’t need to ask all the time, reading and understanding body language is enough, feminists would disagree because they don’t like sex and assume all other women don’t too. I wouldn’t be surprised if one reads this and thinks I’m a rapist or a rapist sympathiser, it’s their victim complex being in fine, working order.
Newsnight, in collaboration with the laughably nonpartisan Everyday Sexism, the other day wanted to hear everyone’s experiences of sexism through Twitter. I pointed out that most of the #NNSexism responses weren’t sexist and could easily be reciprocated the other way, then I get accused of sexism by a seething bitch, despite not taking gender into account but she said most of those were from women — quelle fucking surprise. The inevitable bullshit happened; words being put into my mouth, my words being taken/twisted out of context, bringing up shit that happened 200 years ago, trivialising human oppression, opening the can of worms that is transgenderism. Newsnight that night featured a woman-only studio to talk about sexism, showed tweets from women and the main talking point was how they don’t like the gasman calling them ‘flower’. Institutional discrimination from an impartial organisation.
Back to the point; I had the token spurious claims made against me; sexism, for telling her to shut up because of the crap she spouted, she thought it was an attack on her gender, as she would. Racism, for comparing most of the “sexism” under that hashtag to classing calling Scottish people ‘Jocks’ and the Irish ‘Paddies’ as racism. I doubt she’s either Scottish or Irish so why would she find that racist in the first place? I know why, obviously, but not even they find it offensive. She also had the audacity to cry about being on the receiving end of patronisation from men, ignoring her own ‘run along, sunshine’. If that encounter was a scripted comedy, I would say it’s shit for being overran with uninventive and tiresome clichés.
After all, males and females will never be equal because biology says so. Want to argue with nature? Don’t mither me about it.