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    Feminists bellyaching that "women can't have an opinion"

    That's the latest feminist propaganda, that if a man has an opinion, it's seen as normal and he's respected, but as soon as a woman gets an opinion, she's bashed as "opinionated." These women would seem not to live in the real world. Men take heat for our opinions all the time. Then difference is, we expect it. We know we live in a world with widespread disagreement, and if someone doesn't like some of our views, we don't worry about it.

    It's ironic that the terrorist movement that invented terms like "mansplaining" should claim that men don't get bashed for our opinions. So-called "mansplaining" assumes that a man's opinion is worthless by his gender alone. It doesn't even bother to evaluate whatever view it was that he expressed.

    Women also don't have an entire movement trying to put innocent women in prison, as is the case with feminists. One goal of feminism is to put as many men in prison for rape as possible, regardless of whether they're innocent or guilty. That's terrorism.

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    Re: Feminists bellyaching that "women can't have an opinion"

    I see nothing but female opinions. They can say anything they want, even going as far as "Kill all men/Kill all white men". A few years ago we had a woman get raped and murdered because she cut through a park at night and the Police were slammed by Feminists because they dared to tell women to be careful!

    I'm a tall, solid built bloke and I would not walk through a park at night either!

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    Re: Feminists bellyaching that "women can't have an opinion"

    Im going to be honest. Fuck the whiny cunts. They get everything handed to them. I know of a woman that makes $55 an hour but is collecting COVID19 rent relief. She doesn't have to pay rent or utilities. She got approved no questions asked. I was fucking homeless with nothing but I got questioned over and over then told to move on. Shut up and deal with it.

    It pisses me off to no end when women play victim.

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    Re: Feminists bellyaching that "women can't have an opinion"

    Quote Originally Posted by MGTOWFOREVER View Post
    Im going to be honest. Fuck the whiny cunts. They get everything handed to them. I know of a woman that makes $55 an hour but is collecting COVID19 rent relief. She doesn't have to pay rent or utilities. She got approved no questions asked. I was fucking homeless with nothing but I got questioned over and over then told to move on. Shut up and deal with it.

    It pisses me off to no end when women play victim.
    Covid relief= Welfare recipient training program.

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    Re: Feminists bellyaching that "women can't have an opinion"

    Feminists are terrorists ultimately, i don't care for their opinions on anything.

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    Re: Feminists bellyaching that "women can't have an opinion"

    They truly are never satisfied. First they point out everything wrong with men and expect them to change then they love the thing they pointed out as wrong and hate men for not being that way.

    Endless cycle for their hamster brains.

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    Re: Feminists bellyaching that "women can't have an opinion"

    A feminist is a perpetual victim, it is ingrained in their identity and as the saying goes 'To a (wo)man with a hammer, everything looks like a nail." So now any difference of opinion is oppression, any sensible constructive advice (like don't walk through certain parks late at night - which is just good advice for anyone really) is now misogyny etc. etc.

    I read a post today on a different forum where a guy responding to a woman asking about interview preparation said you should try and look good for the interview and dress well. Common sense advice for both men and women right? Whether we like it or not, people judge on first impressions and we're likely to prefer a candidate who makes the effort to look presentable. Nope, triggered a feminist ("We don't exist just for you to look at!" I believe was the response).

    This is the world we are inching ever closer to sadly.

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    Re: Feminists bellyaching that "women can't have an opinion"

    Quote Originally Posted by DanielPlainview View Post
    A feminist is a perpetual victim, it is ingrained in their identity and as the saying goes 'To a (wo)man with a hammer, everything looks like a nail." So now any difference of opinion is oppression, any sensible constructive advice (like don't walk through certain parks late at night - which is just good advice for anyone really) is now misogyny etc. etc.

    I read a post today on a different forum where a guy responding to a woman asking about interview preparation said you should try and look good for the interview and dress well. Common sense advice for both men and women right? Whether we like it or not, people judge on first impressions and we're likely to prefer a candidate who makes the effort to look presentable. Nope, triggered a feminist ("We don't exist just for you to look at!" I believe was the response).

    This is the world we are inching ever closer to sadly.
    In Australia the pedestrian signs on traffic lights are considered sexist because they are all of a male shape. When traffic lights are all you have left to be outraged about than you truly do have supremacy.

    And yes, they are perpetual victims as per all of these "Oppressed groups" they need to maintain victim status to accrue more power. They have to ensure their followers are of the belief that they can get more, that they are being marginalized. They are bullies parading around as the meek.

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    Re: Feminists bellyaching that "women can't have an opinion"

    Quote Originally Posted by DanielPlainview View Post
    A feminist is a perpetual victim, it is ingrained in their identity and as the saying goes 'To a (wo)man with a hammer, everything looks like a nail." So now any difference of opinion is oppression, any sensible constructive advice (like don't walk through certain parks late at night - which is just good advice for anyone really) is now misogyny etc. etc.

    I read a post today on a different forum where a guy responding to a woman asking about interview preparation said you should try and look good for the interview and dress well. Common sense advice for both men and women right? Whether we like it or not, people judge on first impressions and we're likely to prefer a candidate who makes the effort to look presentable. Nope, triggered a feminist ("We don't exist just for you to look at!" I believe was the response).

    This is the world we are inching ever closer to sadly.
    She was obviously too stupid to know the difference between dressing appropriately for the occasion and being a swimsuit model. No one is asking her to go to an interview in a sexy bikini (unless swimsuit model actually IS the job). For most normal jobs you need to look good, meaning "look professional." That's the way things work. If she doesn't like it, she can go cry. Men didn't set it up that way. It's just the way it evolved over time. For most job interviews, you dress in professional attire. If she doesn't like that, she can be a hooker or something.

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    Re: Feminists bellyaching that "women can't have an opinion"

    Quote Originally Posted by DanielPlainview View Post

    I read a post today on a different forum where a guy responding to a woman asking about interview preparation said you should try and look good for the interview and dress well. Common sense advice for both men and women right? Whether we like it or not, people judge on first impressions and we're likely to prefer a candidate who makes the effort to look presentable. Nope, triggered a feminist ("We don't exist just for you to look at!" I believe was the response).
    The year is 2021, not 1981. Why is any man helping a woman get a job? Do they not get affirmative action? Do they not cluster in the safest, most comfortable jobs? Do they not haunt corporate HR departments like blood sucking goblins, replicating themselves, putting an extra thumb on the scale in promotions, and ready to pounce on any man they can "cancel?"

    When you help a woman get a job, you hurting your fellow men.

    I'm sure he was trying to be "nice," but if this isn't "war," it is a "zero sum game."

    We need to educate all the "gender Quislings" out there.

    I spent time in Utah in the 1990s. I noticed that many jobs that would normally be held by women, were held by men, such as bank teller. Utah is run by the Later Day Saints, commonly referred to as the Mormons. The Mormons are very Blue Pilled and very TradCon. They program their young to marry young and have many children. They discourage thotery. So, in order for young men to be economically viable for marriage, they get a preference in hiring. A married church member has priority for the job over a single woman.

    The thinking is, "She can live at home with her parents. He has a wife to support, and with this job, they can have their first kid."

    They can't do that - or be as obvious about it - in state and federal government employment, and sometimes it goes the other way.

    I applied for a position and went through several interviews with the state university. I was a strong candidate, but in the end, I lost the job to an "equally qualified" white woman because they wanted more "diversity." I asked them if hiring an Afro-Latino like myself would not help their "diversity," and got a lot of hemming and hawing.
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    A date is a woman you occasionally financially support in the hope she will have sex with you.

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    An ex-wife is a woman you constantly financially support with alimony so she can have sex......with someone else.

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    Re: Feminists bellyaching that "women can't have an opinion"

    Quote Originally Posted by sam luis obispo View Post
    The year is 2021, not 1981. Why is any man helping a woman get a job? Do they not get affirmative action? Do they not cluster in the safest, most comfortable jobs? Do they not haunt corporate HR departments like blood sucking goblins, replicating themselves, putting an extra thumb on the scale in promotions, and ready to pounce on any man they can "cancel?"

    When you help a woman get a job, you hurting your fellow men.

    I'm sure he was trying to be "nice," but if this isn't "war," it is a "zero sum game."

    We need to educate all the "gender Quislings" out there.

    I spent time in Utah in the 1990s. I noticed that many jobs that would normally be held by women, were held by men, such as bank teller. Utah is run by the Later Day Saints, commonly referred to as the Mormons. The Mormons are very Blue Pilled and very TradCon. They program their young to marry young and have many children. They discourage thotery. So, in order for young men to be economically viable for marriage, they get a preference in hiring. A married church member has priority for the job over a single woman.

    The thinking is, "She can live at home with her parents. He has a wife to support, and with this job, they can have their first kid."

    They can't do that - or be as obvious about it - in state and federal government employment, and sometimes it goes the other way.

    I applied for a position and went through several interviews with the state university. I was a strong candidate, but in the end, I lost the job to an "equally qualified" white woman because they wanted more "diversity." I asked them if hiring an Afro-Latino like myself would not help their "diversity," and got a lot of hemming and hawing.
    You're right about Utah! Snowbird resort is a tourist vs. sausage fest! Allot of them looked the same as the PA Dutch dressed in black and white. You want some attention in Salt Lake city? Run around with a rainbow flag flapping in a sea of black and white Mormons! You're goin' to jail!

    They had life in prison for marijuana and some other harsh penalties for normal behavior elsewhere. They gave me the same coexistence vibes as when my Yankee ass was in rural Kentucky looking for motor oil.

    Anyway, being a rope avoider at any ski resort, that year they had record snow, and as normal I found myself in some sick terrain where my brother and I triggered an avalanche in the trees where we weren't supposed to be, if not for the trees, it would have developed into a massive slide, The rumble beneath our feet and all the snow falling from the pines put the fear of god in us! The only way down was dropping over the edge of an outcrop to gain clearance for a bomb hole between the trees below us! I landed the bomb hole and blew out on a designated trail with a blizzard of snow and a small slide following me! There was a few WTFs and and holly'sht from the people using the trail and had to stop and let the snow storm pass! The trails are cut deep into the snow pack, I left a cartoon blowout of my silhouette on the side of the trail's 20 ft. high sidewall!

    All my good memories literally start on the year I went my own way, to do my own thing, in my own due time!

    In the middle of heaven is a great big mountain, and on that mountain you'll fine me and god in the best powder stash ever seen!

    You can argue there an't no heaven, but I know there is! I brought some back from the line of scrimmage by dumping the thought of a woman being a positive addition to LIFE! I'm glad that plan went belly up!!!
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    Re: Feminists bellyaching that "women can't have an opinion"

    Quote Originally Posted by TigPlaze View Post
    That's the latest feminist propaganda, that if a man has an opinion, it's seen as normal and he's respected, but as soon as a woman gets an opinion, she's bashed as "opinionated."
    I would love live in this fantasy setting. Itīs much more the opposite.

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    Re: Feminists bellyaching that "women can't have an opinion"

    Honestly, have you ever known a woman that did NOT have an opinion on anything and everything?

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    Re: Feminists bellyaching that "women can't have an opinion"

    Quote Originally Posted by Duplin27852 View Post
    Honestly, have you ever known a woman that did NOT have an opinion on anything and everything?
    Good point. I can't say that I have.


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