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    Stunningly Realistic Portrayal of Misogyny in Law & Order

    Law & Order recently did a hyper-realistic episode about the evils of cyber-terrorism, and the prevailing of misogyny in gaming communities.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7faUHdlh9g

    Notice how they have the lingo down in the forum posts: "I heard some shiz wendt down with that throatbag from the AZ warriors." The wise lessons imparted will stay with me for a long time. I hope they turn this into a movie. It could happen any day now.

    (Guys, I am dying. This is just very close to the funniest thing I have ever seen, in how wildly out of touch it is. I can't believe it isn't a parody.)
    And when her lips so sweetly move
    The soul such height attain,
    You're free, yet would no longer rove
    But lay you down in chains.

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    Re: Stunningly Realistic Portrayal of Misogyny in Law & Order

    Reminder about 50 Shades plotline of Law and Order about two years ago, possibly in the fall. Unless it was a rerun, September or October of 2012.

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    I am really glad you made this thread because I has meant to a few nights ago. I used to watch Law and Order: SVU years ago. But got sick and tired of their SJW lies about the so-called evil twisted white man. Basically I saw that show as anti-white in many many layers.

    Anyway, what was that gamer gate really about? From what I could tell, it was about the males in that community rejecting the cult of feminism trying to force their false dogma onto an all male community.

    So of course the anti-white males of that NBC show have to put a raaaaape scene at the beginning of the show.

    It's really weird I had not seen that show for years. Caught the first ten minutes of it and the last five because I had to leave home to get get cigarettes at my neighborhood discount shop. Anyway, it just confirmed why I stopped watching that show altogether. It's anti-white male if you really take a good look at it there.

    Now that they'd rather twist Gamer Gate into a false reality of misogyny when it was just the other way around, just truly another form of man hating--is truly despicable and ass backwards, my friends. (Please get me a barf bag...)
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    I had to make this thread, I laughed my ass off. Reaction to getting violently raped? "They just really hate women in video games." "What did they do to you?" "They leveled up.." The imitation of internet slang: "Wow, dude, I got holocausted!" "I heard some shiz wendt down!" The right questions being asked: "Do you have a son?" "Yes.." "Does he play video games!?" The 'insights' into games: "Rape is a mod in level 16.."

    I don't care much for Video Games, but this sure was hilarious. This is what they think video games are like:



    I will watch the Fifty Shades episode next, because this stuff is hilarious.
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    You're free, yet would no longer rove
    But lay you down in chains.

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    Re: Stunningly Realistic Portrayal of Misogyny in Law & Order

    A funny comment I saw in the YouTube comments, "this is what you get when you have 60-year old men like the ones who write SVU trying to guess how gamer lingo goes."

    Oh the irony of the guy who wrote the song "Cop Killer," Ice T, playing a cop. Now just for this SPECIAL EPISODE...Mr Reformed Hood Guy just so happens to be a gamer too. Oh yeah, his character loves his gay son too. You can't make this shit up. But NBC can! Yay!

    "Law And Order: SVU"--where everyone wins the Social Justice Warrior Olympics but the white male! (At least it isn't the Special Olympics where EVERYONE WINS...YAY!)

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    Re: Stunningly Realistic Portrayal of Misogyny in Law & Order

    not hard to discredit feminists and tradcons when they do shit like this.
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    what I do have is a particular set of skills. skills I have acquired over a very long career (of ghosting and going my own way). skills that make me a nightmare for people like you (broads).
    if you let feminism go now, that will be the end of it. I will not not look for you, I will not not pursue you.
    but if you don't...

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    Re: Stunningly Realistic Portrayal of Misogyny in Law & Order

    There are so many episodes of SVU that are anti-male, its amazing....they did an episode loosely based on the Elliot Rodgers shooting in the last season.....Just can't stomach the crap anymore.

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    Re: Stunningly Realistic Portrayal of Misogyny in Law & Order



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    Re: Stunningly Realistic Portrayal of Misogyny in Law & Order

    Yep, that's the video I just watched. Came here to see if there was a topic. That show is the worst and that episode is the worst of the worst.


    "Better than the Civ 5 with the Brave New World Expansion."

    LOL! Yeah, fucking, right. Then there's the imagery that directly parallels terrorist hostage videos. They actually had the balls to do that. Crap like this is why I stopped paying for cable.

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    Re: Stunningly Realistic Portrayal of Misogyny in Law & Order

    I watched the Fifty Shades episode -- good comedy. "Have you read her book? My sister gave it to me, right. In act five, the main character is choked with a belt and sodomized, she has like eighteen orgasms." I -- what? Yeah, these writers are out of touch. The female fans (who are all in fact overweight mothers, accurately portrayed) are funny: "I hadn't had an orgasm since I had my third kid, and then I read your book!" It also features the hilarious cliché of the fast-talking, suave lawyer.. "You won't like me when we're done." "I don't like you now." "Honestly, good." -- Right, that's how lawyers actually are.

    The plot resolves around an evil man who rapes the author -- twice. The lesson? Even if a woman is into bondage, you still require consent. Evil men just take advantage of it: "You know you wanted it, and you know you want this too!" he says as he rapes her. "He's not a bad guy, it's just when he gets that belt in his hands he loses it."

    I love how they interview some wimp, the woman's college boyfriend, who had no idea she was writing said book but was "her first boyfriend" according to her. They never did anything raunchy in bed, and he had no idea she was writing that book. She never told him -- left before it got big. Talk about true to life! Funnily enough it turns out she isn't actually the author of the book, but I thought it was amusing. ("The only knots he ever tied was when he was in boyscouts" LOL) They have another true to life line: "You're a college professor, you must see a lot of sweet, innocent girls." "Not as many as you'd think." Ain't that the truth!

    The writers are thoroughly up to date with modern culture: the detectives know how to find information "I read her blogs and her tweets." Of course celebrity information leaks through "CelebsSpotted.com", our favorite website.

    This line is actually, literally, in there at the end: "SVU, the only unit where a victim's words aren't enough -- you have to prove a crime was committed." Not anymore -- haven't you heard? No means no, and yes means yes. Believe the victim at all costs, because no one would ever take advantage of that.

    You know, my father used to watch all those horrible crimes shows on television with my mother. Recently I told him to play Ace Attorney instead: the point and click video game series which consists 90% of reading. It's wacky and fun, and my father is hooked. Finally he can say goodbye to horrible crime television. Let's hope more middle-aged couples can be saved from that horror.
    And when her lips so sweetly move
    The soul such height attain,
    You're free, yet would no longer rove
    But lay you down in chains.


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