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    dumbest things feminists say: "He's old enough to be her father."

    I can't believe how often I see feminists use this tired clichéd refrain. It's a shaming tactic, one which I'd doubt ever works. They used it on Brad Pitt when it came out that he was dating a 27 year-old woman. I think Pitt is about 58, so it's true he could have a 27-year-old daughter. So what? The woman he's dating is NOT his daughter. The feminists use that line to try to make it sound like incest or something. How absurd. Two adults of consenting age who are not related are NOT committing some kind of incest.

    What it boils down to is the same old bullshit: Women hate men for how male sexuality has evolved. The fact is that men naturally prefer young and beautiful women. And men breathe oxygen. Men have lungs. It's just how it is. Brad Pitt is one of the most desired men in the world. He could date almost anyone he wanted to, so DDDUUUUUUHHHH, of course he's going for a young one.

    You see feminists butting into people's business all the time. They'll see an older man with a younger woman, and they just bitch with that stupid line, as if he were doing something wrong. Feminists have an absurd notion of what an "age appropriate" relationship is. The truth is if two adults are of consenting age and they choose to be together, then it's age appropriate. There is no rule that a man in his 50s is obligated to date a woman in her 50s.

    The truth is because of evolution, men are most attracted to young and beautiful women. Old and obese women are not desired. It's the way it is, and it's not my problem. It's not any man's problem. If someone has a gripe about the way human sexuality works, she should take it up with Mother Nature or God or evolution depending on what you believe. No human being set it up this way. It's just how it is. You might as well bitch that you have to clip your toenails.
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    Re: dumbest things feminists say: "He's old enough to be her father."

    Yup, I mentioned this in a different thread yesterday, though my reply was way more minimalistic.
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    Re: dumbest things feminists say: "He's old enough to be her father."

    I always saw those comments whether it be "...old enough to be father, mother, grandfather" etc as stupid. Someone the same age as you is old enough to be your sibling! No one ever seems to worry about that!

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    Re: dumbest things feminists say: "He's old enough to be her father."

    Quote Originally Posted by TigPlaze View Post
    You might as well bitch that you have to clip your toenails.
    This prompted me to look up pics involving toenail clipping. However, they were so disturbing I wouldn't post them even on this site.

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    Re: dumbest things feminists say: "He's old enough to be her father."

    I never hear a woman get shamed by feminists for being 'young enough to be his daughter...'. It's always a man being shamed for being 'old enough to be her father...'. Feminists will easily agree that an 18 year old woman is qualified to vote in an election to choose the leader of the country, but don't seem to give her any responsibility in her decision about who she will date. It's always bad, and it's always and only a bad man who's ever responsible.

    I think it's no coincidence that this usually involves a wealthier, more desirable man that they couldn't get, and a younger, more desirable woman that they couldn't compete with.

    As for what's 'age appropriate':

    Personally, I'm old enough to have daughters above the age of legal consent. But I don't agree that the age of my date, or me, is any of a feminist's business. And, I've never heard a feminist explain how it is that she is more qualified to determine what's 'appropriate' for me than I am. I would not agree that a feminist (ANY feminist) has the authority, or is qualified to have the authority, to make determinations about what is appropriate for me in any of my decisions.

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    Re: dumbest things feminists say: "He's old enough to be her father."

    Quote Originally Posted by BrainPilot View Post
    I never hear a woman get shamed by feminists for being 'young enough to be his daughter...'. It's always a man being shamed for being 'old enough to be her father...'. Feminists will easily agree that an 18 year old woman is qualified to vote in an election to choose the leader of the country, but don't seem to give her any responsibility in her decision about who she will date. It's always bad, and it's always and only a bad man who's ever responsible. I think it's no coincidence that this usually involves a wealthier, more desirable man that they couldn't get, and a younger, more desirable woman that they couldn't compete with.
    I remember a newspaper article with pictures of Leonardo DiCaprio with his latest young model, I went straight to the comments and got the predictable wall of hate as outlined above.
    I just added "What the Leo haters don't want to hear is these women choose to date him full in the knowledge he has used and discarded dozens of other women in the past"

    Got a surprising number of positive comments (off the men obviously)
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    Re: dumbest things feminists say: "He's old enough to be her father."

    Quote Originally Posted by BrainPilot View Post
    I never hear a woman get shamed by feminists for being 'young enough to be his daughter...'. It's always a man being shamed for being 'old enough to be her father...'. Feminists will easily agree that an 18 year old woman is qualified to vote in an election to choose the leader of the country, but don't seem to give her any responsibility in her decision about who she will date. It's always bad, and it's always and only a bad man who's ever responsible.

    I think it's no coincidence that this usually involves a wealthier, more desirable man that they couldn't get, and a younger, more desirable woman that they couldn't compete with.

    As for what's 'age appropriate':

    Personally, I'm old enough to have daughters above the age of legal consent. But I don't agree that the age of my date, or me, is any of a feminist's business. And, I've never heard a feminist explain how it is that she is more qualified to determine what's 'appropriate' for me than I am. I would not agree that a feminist (ANY feminist) has the authority, or is qualified to have the authority, to make determinations about what is appropriate for me in any of my decisions.
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    Re: dumbest things feminists say: "He's old enough to be her father."

    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    If women were for sale, and you were going to purchase one, would you buy an old one or a new one?
    Unlike cars, in this situation the price doesn't decline with age. The older models could have expensive kids from a previous marriage, mental and health issues, and so on. Would anybody ever (knowingly) buy a used car if the total price was far more than new? It's an economic no-brainer...
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    Re: dumbest things feminists say: "He's old enough to be her father."

    Old or young it's still playing with a beast that can bite you at a moments notice, you may as well go for the prettier younger one though if you insist. Feminists will try to shame anyone for anything, not surprising at all. Did you date a younger woman? Shame on you! You don't find land whales attractive? Shame on you! You don't think grannies are hot? Shame on you! Do you have any opinion other than us feminists? Shame on you! Did you piss standing up? Shame on you! Absolutely anything they'll try to use to further their goals, but logic, reason and facts though? Ha not likely to be used.

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    Re: dumbest things feminists say: "He's old enough to be her father."

    Of course they whine about age gaps after having spent their teen years with posters of 35 year old men covering their walls and losing their virginities to college fratboys. Anything less just wouldn't be insane enough.

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    Re: dumbest things feminists say: "He's old enough to be her father."

    Quote Originally Posted by BrainPilot View Post
    I never hear a woman get shamed by feminists for being 'young enough to be his daughter...'. It's always a man being shamed for being 'old enough to be her father...'. Feminists will easily agree that an 18 year old woman is qualified to vote in an election to choose the leader of the country, but don't seem to give her any responsibility in her decision about who she will date. It's always bad, and it's always and only a bad man who's ever responsible.

    I think it's no coincidence that this usually involves a wealthier, more desirable man that they couldn't get, and a younger, more desirable woman that they couldn't compete with.

    As for what's 'age appropriate':

    Personally, I'm old enough to have daughters above the age of legal consent. But I don't agree that the age of my date, or me, is any of a feminist's business. And, I've never heard a feminist explain how it is that she is more qualified to determine what's 'appropriate' for me than I am. I would not agree that a feminist (ANY feminist) has the authority, or is qualified to have the authority, to make determinations about what is appropriate for me in any of my decisions.
    You also never hear older women being shamed for liking younger men.

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    Re: dumbest things feminists say: "He's old enough to be her father."

    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    If women were for sale, and you were going to purchase one, would you buy an old one or a new one?
    LOL The way I always put it is - Lets say you like to go out on a boat sometimes. You could buy the boat but then you would be paying maintenance, registration fees, insurance, mooring fees and of course the value of the boat goes down after a while.

    OR you could just rent one when you want it. Pay the rental fee, have fun. Hell, you can even take out a different boat every time! Imagine that?! Everytime you want to play you just rent the newest most flash model!

    All for less money and responsibility.

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    Re: dumbest things feminists say: "He's old enough to be her father."

    Quote Originally Posted by Kryptic View Post
    LOL The way I always put it is - Lets say you like to go out on a boat sometimes. You could buy the boat but then you would be paying maintenance, registration fees, insurance, mooring fees and of course the value of the boat goes down after a while.

    OR you could just rent one when you want it. Pay the rental fee, have fun. Hell, you can even take out a different boat every time! Imagine that?! Everytime you want to play you just rent the newest most flash model!

    All for less money and responsibility.
    Metaphorically I rather go through the marina with a 20v cordless drill, a few charged up batteries, a hole saw, and sink every damn one of them, new and old, but I won't have to, the ice of cultural revolution is crushing all their hulls.

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    Re: dumbest things feminists say: "He's old enough to be her father."

    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    If women were for sale, and you were going to purchase one, would you buy an old one or a new one?
    I would resell those women for profit after buying one wholesale because women are bad return on investment: bitching, nagging, hollering, VERY high maintenance, not loyal, causing drama. Sorry, but even at $1.99 for a woman is still overpriced and my money is too valuable to me. I spend my money on MY happiness, not trying to soften her misery.
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    Re: dumbest things feminists say: "He's old enough to be her father."

    Aside from Brittany Murphy, I don't remember too many women criticizing Demi Moore for marrying Ashton Kutcher.

    The lack of self-reflection continues...

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    Re: dumbest things feminists say: "He's old enough to be her father."

    I'm 41 and don't mind dealing with women in the 35-45 range, but how many of them are single, attractive, and (relatively) sane?? Guys will marry an attractive woman with a host of un-redeeming qualities, so what could cause this woman to get passed over for so long? The best options are locked down by the time they are 27, so I'm not sure how you can be a mad at man that wants someone that is physically appealing and not psycho.

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    Re: dumbest things feminists say: "He's old enough to be her father."

    Sometimes I feel like feminist's tears taste better than tequila.

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    Re: dumbest things feminists say: "He's old enough to be her father."

    As always, such statements come from a sense of insecurity. I'm sure most women recognize that their commodity (sex/beauty) wanes as they age. Of course seeing older men pursue younger women serves as a painful reminder of their diminished values. I'm sure it also bothers them that men can let themselves go, age like hell and still get young/beautiful women by accruing wealth.

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    Re: dumbest things feminists say: "He's old enough to be her father."

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris007 View Post
    Sometimes I feel like feminist's tears taste better than tequila.
    They do. They taste like liberal tears. I hydrate with them. I mix my protein shakes with feminist/liberal tears.
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    Re: dumbest things feminists say: "He's old enough to be her father."

    Quote Originally Posted by ResidentEvil7 View Post
    They do. They taste like liberal tears. I hydrate with them. I mix my protein shakes with feminist/liberal tears.
    Careful there. You are what you eat...


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