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    Re: Feminism: "He Asked Permission to Touch, But Not to Ghost"

    Quote Originally Posted by Malinois View Post
    Feminism is part of a divide and conquer strategy meant to destabilize western culture. And, it has worked.

    I’m red pilled, just as about as much as anyone here. And, looking at the big picture, this is what I see...

    Men and women are at war now, mostly in western civilization. Neither are going to win at the rate things are going, either. It’s fucking sad...

    Meanwhile, in nations that “oppress” women, marriage and reproduction seem to be doing just fine. Why is that? Why is it that in a culture where it is acceptable to basically consider your wife a piece of property, and dictate your own family with a heavy hand, relationships flourish?

    I believe our current situation is intentional. And, wisdom throughout the history of mankind has known the dangers of “librerating” and “empowering” women, and what kinds of social ills it brings.
    100% correct. It's an engineered idea. We're still right to call out what we see in order to protect ourselves...but I'm as sure as you are that all this is no accident. It was allowed to happen and we have no option but to deal with the aftermath.

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    Re: Feminism: "He Asked Permission to Touch, But Not to Ghost"

    So asking for permission every step of the sexual encounter is now regarded as consent? Is this how passionate human beings have sex nowadays? Sounds a bit boring to me.

    The whole idea of consent is a bit silly. If I am having a nice romantic time with a woman, and we start kissing, undressing and then having sex; then the whole question of consent doesn't even come up. Why would you stop and ask 'is this ok?' - unless there were some clear signs that she was uncomfortable and not enjoying the experience?

    If this is what women nowadays expect from men in a sexual encounter; then I say they need to visit a mental health professional.

    As for 'extending consent' so that we having a culture that is more 'caring' towards men and women; well I am not in disagreement of that. I don't think anyone would disagree with wanting to live in a better, more caring society; but women feel no sense of obligation when a man goes out of his way to seduce her by spending a heck of a lot of time/energy and money and then usually getting rejected when he wants to take it further.

    Should we start then legislating that women should feel more compassion for such men and give them more of a chance? Wouldn't that be one way to have a more caring and better society?

    But no, in actual fact most women are disgusted by beta males and only use them for resources. Therefore I as a man feel no sense of obligation to women. We are simply responding in kind; and somehow the very same females who go on and on about equality, actually don't like it when they are on the receiving end.

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    Re: Feminism: "He Asked Permission to Touch, But Not to Ghost"

    Feminism is part of a divide and conquer strategy meant to destabilize western culture. And, it has worked.
    There is some truth to what you're saying, but there are other factors which have a much simpler explanation.

    The reason western society is in such a mess is because the white man privileges the white women. Just take a look at any conflict which happens, anywhere from an argument on public transport to a divorce or a false allegation; who is it that rushes to the aid of the cunt?

    It's the white knight. And it so happens that these white knights tend to be.. white men. That doesn't mean that men from other cultures aren't gynocentric, but you have to admit that white men have a serious problem when it comes to holding white women accountable.

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    Re: Feminism: "He Asked Permission to Touch, But Not to Ghost"

    Quote Originally Posted by Opaque View Post
    So asking for permission every step of the sexual encounter is now regarded as consent? Is this how passionate human beings have sex nowadays?
    No, it is how the more controlling sex (1) trains men, and (2) gauges its power over them.

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    Re: Feminism: "He Asked Permission to Touch, But Not to Ghost"

    Quote Originally Posted by Zoidberg View Post
    No, it is how the more controlling sex (1) trains men, and (2) gauges its power over them.
    Indeed. It is simply a power play.


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