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    Genital Mutilation

    Why do us men laugh at other men when they get hit in the balls? Cos we all know the pain that comes from a clean strike to the testicles.
    Seeing it happen to another man can make us cringe as well as smile.

    But why do women laugh? They have no idea whats its like to get smashed in the scrotum so whats so funny?
    Their amusement at male genitals being hurt doesn't come from the same place as our amusement.

    It comes from a place that lacks any sympathy. In fact it comes from a sadistic place. They love hearing about male genitals being hurt.
    So much so they feel very satisfied when a woman cuts off a mans penis, often justifying the action.


    Check out the reaction of these women and how their mood quickly changes when the host turns the tables




    Here we have a womens talk show talking about a woman who cut her husbands penis off just for saying he was filing for divorce.
    The British woman thinks its "quite fabulous". And listen to the crowd of women become hysterical with laughter.



    They go on for over 5 minutes but I thought I'd spare u guys the pain.
    The British woman apologized days later but just kept laughing throughout it. The other womyn made excusses to pardon their behaviour.
    Their reaction endorses this violent crime. It excuses women from such a hideous act.

    Now just imagine if this was a show for guys, maybe a sports show. And all the men were laughing at female genital mutilation.
    What would be the outcome???


    This next clip is the one I hate the most. We have this dickhead soy boy with the bow tie trying to be funny in front of the womyn.
    He doesn't think the story is funny but thinks his getting his dick wet by drawing some silly pictures to further amuse these sick bitches.



    These womyn make me so fuckin sick.


    Im reminded of a conversation I had with my ex. She was telling me how she felt uncomfortable about her gynocologist being male.
    I remember her reaction in learning that there was a professional doctor for the male reproductive system, Andrologist.
    Her reaction was like we didn't deserve a specialist for our junk and in having one we were somehow degrading womyn.

    I said "every part of our bodies has a specialist doctor. The female reproductive system has one. Shouldn't men have one too?"
    She didn't know what to say, uh duh.

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    Re: Genital Mutilation

    Psychotherapist who only sees female patients:

    Cuntologist.
    - Feminism is Cancer.
    - Where have all the good men gone? Away. Far far away... from you.
    - NAWALT? Maybe, but EWALT means Russian Roulette is a much safer bet...

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    Re: Genital Mutilation

    Quote Originally Posted by Porkncheese View Post
    Why do us men laugh at other men when they get hit in the balls?
    Personally, I don't. Used to live in a share house with a dude who loved watching "Australia's funniest home videos", he'd laugh uproariously at people getting hurt. I was always disgusted that he found it so funny.

    Laughing comes from a primate signal, indicating that something that was thought to be a threat was actually safe. The troupe identifies a snake, a monkey goes to look, turns out it's just a branch, so he gives the "all ok" signal. Laughing at people getting hurt on the TV comes from knowing that it's just an actor, the person isn't really being hurt at all.

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    Re: Genital Mutilation

    This is the main reason I never got into horror movies. I am just not interested in watching the suffering of others, especially when it is deliberately inflicted without purpose. Although, I believe corporal punishment can be effective.

    I understand that pain and suffering is a part of existence. I hunt and fish. My motivation is not to cause suffering, but to play my role as predator in an ecosystem that is out of balance. I do not seek to cause suffering or find it pleasurable. I take it as a responsibility to utilize everything I can from my catch. Does that make me hypocritical? Well, I don't care.

    However, I do find whimyn's behavior hypocritical. Would they laugh at a series of titty twister clips? I don't think so, but they would laugh at a male writhing in pain.

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    Women have a sadistic streak, so do many men. Some people also laugh at inappropriate moments out of embarrassment or in the case of shows like Funniest home videos because everyone else is laughing.

    Men in pain or being hurt seems to be a common theme for humour, a sick man is hilarious because he isn't really that sick, he just has "man flu". The really funny part is that these women would expect us to take gang rape and female genital mutilation seriously.

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    Re: Genital Mutilation

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Wombat View Post
    Laughing comes from a primate signal, indicating that something that was thought to be a threat was actually safe. The troupe identifies a snake, a monkey goes to look, turns out it's just a branch, so he gives the "all ok" signal. Laughing at people getting hurt on the TV comes from knowing that it's just an actor, the person isn't really being hurt at all.
    A good thought inducing comment for me. Where does laughter come from, our sense of humour.
    My first thought was that its only us humans that seem to laugh. But I started thinking about birds. I luv birds and have owned several parrots over the years.
    They seem to have the same emotions we do. They all had different characters and they all had a sense of humour. Doing things to get a laughing response, especially from visitors. Iv never seen a bird laugh but its their body language that tells me their having an intense moment of joy.

    Then I did a google search and learned that animals do in fact laugh. The example of the monkey is interesting.
    They basically got fooled by the branch. Humans laugh at people being fooled all the time. Seeing a feminist being fooled by her own ideology makes me laugh.

    Quote Originally Posted by Boar
    I understand that pain and suffering is a part of existence. I hunt and fish. My motivation is not to cause suffering, but to play my role as predator in an ecosystem that is out of balance. I do not seek to cause suffering or find it pleasurable. I take it as a responsibility to utilize everything I can from my catch. Does that make me hypocritical? Well, I don't care.
    That doesn't make u a hypocrite at all ur cool. Hunting and fishing are different topics all together in my eyes.

    Quote Originally Posted by Morlock
    Women have a sadistic streak
    True true. They lack of empathy but this is another level. Their sadists.
    I see it in all women who claim to be feminists. They get a real buzz from seeing a man get destroyed.

    Quote Originally Posted by Morlock
    Men in pain or being hurt seems to be a common theme for humour, a sick man is hilarious because he isn't really that sick, he just has "man flu". The really funny part is that these women would expect us to take gang rape and female genital mutilation seriously.
    Ye there was this article I wanted to link on this thread but I couldn't find it.
    The writter basically gives his theory on why a man hurt or in pain is considered funny.
    He says it goes further back than feminism and is linked to the expendable nature of men.
    There is more detail but thats a brief of it.


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