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    Re: How does nudity empower women?

    What does empower even mean?

    To me women empowerment seems to be a way for a woman to get praise for making stupid decisions just because those are decisions that her womans intuition made.

    Anything that "empowers" women is just some stupid BS that they try to feed you while you don't think logically about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harish yadav View Post
    Attention? But since simps make up around 40% in today's society, I think they're getting way too much attention already and if they want more, my best guess would be drugs. Hey is it possible that the old mythical story in which god creates the world, looks around and finds the whole world in coas. Animal eating animal. Everyone is on his guard to protect himself. Seeing the world in misery God creates a men and sends him straight down the road to greatness. With superior beauty of strength men creates order in the coas. Peace is restored in the world. But in the whole process god forgets about the devil who quietly creates a women which can numb men with her flesh and charm. Given the choice of strength and beauty, men abandons his superior strength and submits to inferior beauty. Now women does the devil's work restores coas in the order. but since men still had spiritual connection with God. God shows him the right way to create a set of rules which will help him crush the devil in a women. Civilization began and continued for thousands of years until a men lost his spiritual connection with God and abandoned his father's love, a prestigious gift : strength. With no one left to guide a men. Men fell for devil's trap beauty, a mere flesh and broke his advanced set of rules, finally submitted to a women. Who brought coas back to the order. Now men is no longer the overprotected son of his father God, who is long gone. The more men mingles with devil's work, chances are high of him more likely becoming homeless, mad, drug addict, suicidal, bankrupt, lost. Cause he is now a inhabitant of devil's world, who has brought coas in the order.

    This is powerful. It applies in this pacified age.
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    Agreed

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    I really don't want to see any naked women past 30. I don't know how women get so full of themselves. I personally don't find the majority of women attractive enough to pursue. I'm not saying there aren't attractive women over 30. I'm just saying I never felt the desire to go after one. I've only gone after two women in my lifetime. The others came after me. Now that I fully understand women, I don't go after any at all.

    That's why MGTOW is so heavily banned/censored. They don't want the younger guys to know. Women and their state pimps like their boys and men ignorant, obedient and easily exploitable/disposable.
    Sex is the bait. Marriage is the trap. Divorce rape is the goal.

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    Sex sells. Women exchange sex for things, aka prostitution, even if the 'thing' is simple attention. Female nudity feeds women's narcissism and need for constant validation and attention. Women exploit themselves for money and material possessions, not men. Feminists claim men objectify women, which couldn't be further from the truth. Obviously, women objectify themselves. Makeup, form fitting clothing, hair dye, uncomfortable shoes that highlight their calves, boob jobs (I'm up here), and on, and on, and on AND ON. Sex is the bait. Marriage is the trap. Divorce rape is the goal.

    "Provider & Protector" is male objectification. The Male-Only Draft - which is the marginalization, exploitation and mass murder of men for women's and their State Pimps/Violence proxy's benefit, in addition to war crimes and male disposability, is male objectification. "Women Not Marrying! - Men Too Broke!", which is the same thing as saying "Women Marry for Money!", is male objectification, exploitation, sexism, marginalization and an appeal to outdated gender roles, which were created to objectify, marginalize, exploit and dispose of men.

    Until they completely destroy your life, ignorance and self-delusion are sheer bliss.

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    Re: How does nudity empower women?

    Agreed. If logic is applied then this is the best explanation one can find

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    Quote Originally Posted by MannSplainer View Post
    I really don't want to see any naked women past 30. I don't know how women get so full of themselves.
    This has become an interesting aspect of modern gynocentrism.

    I'm well aware of what your first sentence says. However, I'm asking you to hear me out before you go crazy on me.

    Hillary Duff (age 34, sorry!) recently landed in hot water for posing more or less naked on a magazine cover.



    Why? Well, there's a male gaze to avoid. Yeah, Duff hit the wall, no doubts there. But even now, most guys would still find her attractive, esp after being Photoshopped for a magazine cover. And that's no bueno. It appeals to male heterosexuality. Obv, we can't have that!

    This is significant because Rihanna (also 34, sorry!) also posed for a magazine cover recently too. She's basically naked (and likely Photoshopped) as well. But there's one glaring difference:



    She's preggers. Now yes, there is a subculture of men who have a strange sexual fascination with pregnant women. But in the main, most men don't look at a pregnant woman and get turned on. So, it's okay for pregnant Rihanna to do a sexy pose on a magazine cover if she's pregnant. It's subversive to depict a pregnant woman in such an openly sexualized way. Therefore, it's a hit! The important people all approve! "Ha, take THAT, patriarchy!"

    Both women are the same age, give or take a few months. They've both been probably equally Photoshopped for their covers. They're both basically naked. But one of those is permissible. The other is not.

    Meanwhile, a lot of women have griped and complained about the lack of female nudity in And Just Like That (the Sex And The City revival). Why? Because, dang it, we need to normalize naked +50 year old women as sexy! If the cast members aren't playing ball... well, what does that say about how the sexiness of +50 year old women?!

    To tie ALL of this together, deep down, women know that young sexy women appeal to male heterosexuality. Thus, the focus of gynocentric media has become avoiding showing those women in too sexualized a context. Because MEN ENJOY THAT AND THAT'S INTOLERABLE. Avoid the male gaze! Plus, all the women who are not young or not hot might get their fee-fees hurt if the young fit sexy women get all the attention.

    There's a reason critics swooned when Kathy Bates got naked in that About Schmidt movie.

    Women want to convince themselves that they're "sexy at any size/age/state of dress/whatever". And in order to do that, they have to convince men of the same thing.

    Hillary Duff isn't playing ball. At least, not entirely.

    Anyway. Don't bite my head off about the +30 year old women up there. But your post hit on something that's been on my mind recently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OwenWentFullMGTOW View Post
    This has become an interesting aspect of modern gynocentrism.

    I'm well aware of what your first sentence says. However, I'm asking you to hear me out before you go crazy on me.

    Hillary Duff (age 34, sorry!) recently landed in hot water for posing more or less naked on a magazine cover.

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    Why? Well, there's a male gaze to avoid. Yeah, Duff hit the wall, no doubts there. But even now, most guys would still find her attractive, esp after being Photoshopped for a magazine cover. And that's no bueno. It appeals to male heterosexuality. Obv, we can't have that!

    This is significant because Rihanna (also 34, sorry!) also posed for a magazine cover recently too. She's basically naked (and likely Photoshopped) as well. But there's one glaring difference:



    She's preggers. Now yes, there is a subculture of men who have a strange sexual fascination with pregnant women. But in the main, most men don't look at a pregnant woman and get turned on. So, it's okay for pregnant Rihanna to do a sexy pose on a magazine cover if she's pregnant. It's subversive to depict a pregnant woman in such an openly sexualized way. Therefore, it's a hit! The important people all approve! "Ha, take THAT, patriarchy!"

    Both women are the same age, give or take a few months. They've both been probably equally Photoshopped for their covers. They're both basically naked. But one of those is permissible. The other is not.

    Meanwhile, a lot of women have griped and complained about the lack of female nudity in And Just Like That (the Sex And The City revival). Why? Because, dang it, we need to normalize naked +50 year old women as sexy! If the cast members aren't playing ball... well, what does that say about how the sexiness of +50 year old women?!

    To tie ALL of this together, deep down, women know that young sexy women appeal to male heterosexuality. Thus, the focus of gynocentric media has become avoiding showing those women in too sexualized a context. Because MEN ENJOY THAT AND THAT'S INTOLERABLE. Avoid the male gaze! Plus, all the women who are not young or not hot might get their fee-fees hurt if the young fit sexy women get all the attention.

    There's a reason critics swooned when Kathy Bates got naked in that About Schmidt movie.

    Women want to convince themselves that they're "sexy at any size/age/state of dress/whatever". And in order to do that, they have to convince men of the same thing.

    Hillary Duff isn't playing ball. At least, not entirely.

    Anyway. Don't bite my head off about the +30 year old women up there. But your post hit on something that's been on my mind recently.
    Would I pursue 'em? Nope. I know what they'd cost. Would I jerk off to 'em? Nope. Not my type. Would I get in a relationship with either if they pursued me? Nope. I'm done with women's BS.

    Are they attractive? Yes. Does that mean much to me? Nope. Dime a dozen. Pass.

    My peace of mind is far more important than women.

    I've broken the code. I escaped The Matrix. I know all women's and the state's tricky-tricks. The bliss of ignorance has left me. I ate from the forbidden tree of knowledge. I avoid the gyno-minefield. I don't desire 'em. When I look at them, all I see are problems.

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    Re: How does nudity empower women?

    Quote Originally Posted by sam luis obispo View Post
    Until recently, I lived there for six+ years.

    Ground zero, between the Lincoln Walking Mall and the beach.

    You are over selling it. I have seen things that cannot be unseen.

    Spring Break is the worst. One constant theme, "pods" of co-eds walking around the neighborhood and local shops wearing "eye-patch" or "dental floss" bathing suits, often without fish mesh robe, consisting of:

    - The Whale: the 225-300 pound woman
    - The Shark: the tall, lean, masculine-looking one that may or not be a lesbian
    - The Dolphin: the height/weight proportional that is actually attractive
    - The Minnow: the smaller, petite, and cuter version of The Dolphin

    The "pods" or "schools of fish" can have as many as 10 members, but they will consist of duplicates of the four phenotypes above. However, there will be more Whales than Dolphins and Minnows.

    Eacho phenotype serves a purpose.

    The Dolphin serves as bait to attract male attention.

    The Minnow is a Dolphin-in-training.

    The Shark is the enforcer, her visage enough to drive away men that don't meet the group's standard for Alpha-ness or ability to buy drinks/pay for meals.


    The Whale...not sure what role she plays. Perhaps to draw out the chubby chaser in a group of dudes? Perhaps she gets included because she pays for the hotel room, or has enough balance on her credit card to make the hotel room reservations?

    For a visual preview of these pods in action, go to the World Star Hip Hop website and type in "girl fights" and "Miami Beach" and "spring break," where you will see clashes between competing pods engaged in group fights in the middle of the street with clawing and weave-pulling extending from one of a city block to another. Sometimes, the discarded hair extensions will be picked up by the wind, combine with twigs and other debris and, weeks later, become balls, or "tumble weaves" rolling down the streets, pushed by the ocean breezes.

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    Walk around the neighborhood, and every few minutes you will encounter the smell of urine. The lack of public toilets and the constant heat/humidity have made me adept at identifying the different spoor of different kinds of visitors and denizens of South Beach. I pray for rain all the time.

    There is the stench left behind by the 'homeless.' It reeks of drugs, cheap booze and booze substitutes (like Sterno spread over crackers), bad food, and a lifetime of bad choices.

    The cops do nothing, so the bums will camp out in storefront alcoves after the business closes. In the morning, the store owners have to get a hose and wash down their storefronts.

    This is very different than the aroma left behind by relatively pristine kidneys of co-eds who have had too much Kahlua.

    There is the tell-tale territory marking of dude-bros who have had too much craft beer. What they lack in power, they make up with volume.

    The better diets and caloric moderation make for a completely different output from the European tourists. Distinct but less powerful.
    Winter in Miami is like summer in Massachusetts!

    - The Whale: the 225-300 pound woman
    - The Shark: the tall, lean, masculine-looking one that may or not be a lesbian
    - The Dolphin: the height/weight proportional that is actually attractive
    - The Minnow: the smaller, petite, and cuter version of The Dolphin
    We have snow bunnies, penguins, seals, walruses, and the all too common New England Landwhale that perform the same functions as Miami exotics but at much colder temperatures.

    Tits and ass are in hiding 8 months out of the year eating bon-bons aspiring to become Land Whales. The only thing more bitter and cold is the frozen battery acid in your car! There are no homeless here, they're called dead-from-exposure or living over a sewer grate.

    We're so adapt to covered women we can tell what their body looks like from the appearance of their faces deep within the hood of a parka, and how deep their tracks press into the snow. From Miami to Maine they're all infected with the mental disease called Narcissistic personality disorder making any gains in appearance null and to be ignored.

    You're right about the lack of public toilets, I had to shit in the Atlantic Ocean then swim under water to avoid being identified for the floater I left in the surf.

    P.S. Our hotel was on Ocean Dr., the backstreets were kind of skuzzy, and true to her name, Madonna's was a dive I didn't bother to enter, it had lowlife written allover it, and that was from the outside! One other thing, never stay in a 1930's Miami hotel just to be front and center, you can reach across the room and touch both walls! Stay at a 5 star, the extra sleep, room, and comfort is worth it! Otherwise you're a sardine in a dented can!
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    Re: How does nudity empower women?

    Quote Originally Posted by OwenWentFullMGTOW View Post
    This has become an interesting aspect of modern gynocentrism.

    I'm well aware of what your first sentence says. However, I'm asking you to hear me out before you go crazy on me.

    Hillary Duff (age 34, sorry!) recently landed in hot water for posing more or less naked on a magazine cover.



    Why? Well, there's a male gaze to avoid. Yeah, Duff hit the wall, no doubts there. But even now, most guys would still find her attractive, esp after being Photoshopped for a magazine cover. And that's no bueno. It appeals to male heterosexuality. Obv, we can't have that!

    This is significant because Rihanna (also 34, sorry!) also posed for a magazine cover recently too. She's basically naked (and likely Photoshopped) as well. But there's one glaring difference:



    She's preggers. Now yes, there is a subculture of men who have a strange sexual fascination with pregnant women. But in the main, most men don't look at a pregnant woman and get turned on. So, it's okay for pregnant Rihanna to do a sexy pose on a magazine cover if she's pregnant. It's subversive to depict a pregnant woman in such an openly sexualized way. Therefore, it's a hit! The important people all approve! "Ha, take THAT, patriarchy!"

    Both women are the same age, give or take a few months. They've both been probably equally Photoshopped for their covers. They're both basically naked. But one of those is permissible. The other is not.

    Meanwhile, a lot of women have griped and complained about the lack of female nudity in And Just Like That (the Sex And The City revival). Why? Because, dang it, we need to normalize naked +50 year old women as sexy! If the cast members aren't playing ball... well, what does that say about how the sexiness of +50 year old women?!

    To tie ALL of this together, deep down, women know that young sexy women appeal to male heterosexuality. Thus, the focus of gynocentric media has become avoiding showing those women in too sexualized a context. Because MEN ENJOY THAT AND THAT'S INTOLERABLE. Avoid the male gaze! Plus, all the women who are not young or not hot might get their fee-fees hurt if the young fit sexy women get all the attention.

    There's a reason critics swooned when Kathy Bates got naked in that About Schmidt movie.

    Women want to convince themselves that they're "sexy at any size/age/state of dress/whatever". And in order to do that, they have to convince men of the same thing.

    Hillary Duff isn't playing ball. At least, not entirely.

    Anyway. Don't bite my head off about the +30 year old women up there. But your post hit on something that's been on my mind recently.
    What's interesting about photos is Duff although photoshopped is trying to dull herself down. There is an attempt to make her look more homely or natural. Her hair is wet as if she just came out of the shower and thus her nudity is a natural act. Her make up is dulled down but definitely still applied which is a contradiction to the wet hair/just showered look.

    Not to mention on the cover you have the headline "The Body Issue" photoshopped or not Duff's body is to be fair, slim, toned, it does look good. And she is posing nude. So what are they saying here? That Duff has body issues, or she should have issues? And what message does this send anyway? It just speaks volumes as to why society, especially female society is so fucked up.

    Then you have Rhianna. She takes the opposite approach. She's pregnant and puts herself in an ugly red lace body suit and wears high heels, she is going out of her way to say "I'm pregnant and feel sexy!" She doesn't look sexy to me though, her heavy make up barely covers up trailer park type looks. Her feet look big which turns me off. I don't get turned on at all by her belly which is after all another man's work. There is a friggin baby in there and she wants me to get worked up?

    In both cases they are tattooed and by current standards they are lightly tattooed but again it's a turn off for me.

    These pics make me think of the Vanity Fair cover with Nicole Kidman who is 54. Nicole has always struck me as an attention whore, she would sooner make a shit film because she feels it will generate attention for her than make a good one. She has always been keen to get naked as well. As with Rhinanna her feet look big to me here. The outfit looks awful but I bet it is expensive and designer. And her legs are too skinny and shapeless.

    So yet again we have a huge fail.


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    Re: How does nudity empower women?

    Power has value.

    Value comes from something that is good being scarce.

    In less than two generations, nudity has gone from being scarce to being common and easily accessible and even given away for free.

    If you were born in 2000, by the time you were 20 years old, you would have been exposed to more nudity than all four of your great-grandfathers born in 1900, even if they had had all lived to 80 years of age and two of them owned an adult bookstore.

    Nudity is not scarce. It is not powerful if the 21st Century Western Woman is willing to give it away first chance they get.

    Like sex.

    So, they throw the word "power" around like Halloween treats. But it really means the few minutes, or even the few seconds, of attention they get. People with real power are distracted for a minute or so and go back to using their real power to negotiate, create, and produce.

    That's real power.

    And power comes with responsibility.

    This society doesn't like the "R" word.

    And power is only acquired by discipline.

    That's another word the modern woman doesn't like.

    She is conditioned to be a consumer, while men must train themselves to be disciplined, in order to be a producer.
    An escort is a woman you occasionally financially support only when she has sex with you.

    A date is a woman you occasionally financially support in the hope she will have sex with you.

    A wife is a woman you constantly financially support even when she is not having sex with you.

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by OwenWentFullMGTOW View Post
    This has become an interesting aspect of modern gynocentrism.

    I'm well aware of what your first sentence says. However, I'm asking you to hear me out before you go crazy on me.

    Hillary Duff (age 34, sorry!) recently landed in hot water for posing more or less naked on a magazine cover.



    Why? Well, there's a male gaze to avoid. Yeah, Duff hit the wall, no doubts there. But even now, most guys would still find her attractive, esp after being Photoshopped for a magazine cover. And that's no bueno. It appeals to male heterosexuality. Obv, we can't have that!

    This is significant because Rihanna (also 34, sorry!) also posed for a magazine cover recently too. She's basically naked (and likely Photoshopped) as well. But there's one glaring difference:



    She's preggers. Now yes, there is a subculture of men who have a strange sexual fascination with pregnant women. But in the main, most men don't look at a pregnant woman and get turned on. So, it's okay for pregnant Rihanna to do a sexy pose on a magazine cover if she's pregnant. It's subversive to depict a pregnant woman in such an openly sexualized way. Therefore, it's a hit! The important people all approve! "Ha, take THAT, patriarchy!"

    Both women are the same age, give or take a few months. They've both been probably equally Photoshopped for their covers. They're both basically naked. But one of those is permissible. The other is not.

    Meanwhile, a lot of women have griped and complained about the lack of female nudity in And Just Like That (the Sex And The City revival). Why? Because, dang it, we need to normalize naked +50 year old women as sexy! If the cast members aren't playing ball... well, what does that say about how the sexiness of +50 year old women?!

    To tie ALL of this together, deep down, women know that young sexy women appeal to male heterosexuality. Thus, the focus of gynocentric media has become avoiding showing those women in too sexualized a context. Because MEN ENJOY THAT AND THAT'S INTOLERABLE. Avoid the male gaze! Plus, all the women who are not young or not hot might get their fee-fees hurt if the young fit sexy women get all the attention.

    There's a reason critics swooned when Kathy Bates got naked in that About Schmidt movie.

    Women want to convince themselves that they're "sexy at any size/age/state of dress/whatever". And in order to do that, they have to convince men of the same thing.

    Hillary Duff isn't playing ball. At least, not entirely.

    Anyway. Don't bite my head off about the +30 year old women up there. But your post hit on something that's been on my mind recently.
    And now I can put a bow around my post above.

    The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Special has always been about putting hot women on display for straight men's viewing pleasure. That was the purpose and the pledge of the Swim Suit Special. And obviously, feminists (and others) have problems with that.

    So, here's the remedy:



    If men MUST have something for our gaze, this is a lot closer to what THEY would prefer: an ethnically ambiguous fatass wearing a bikini (in the woods?!) that accentuates her fatassedness. This is an image that literally no woman would ever feel threatened by.

    Compare this to the 1993 Swimsuit Special:



    A hot Norwegian accentuating her b00bz and thin figure. Doesn't take a rocket scientist to realize that feminists have panic attacks when they see that.
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    Re: How does nudity empower women?

    Here's another fine example from the Clownworld. Cherry picked of course, but still hilarious. Sit back and enjoy the decline gents.

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    I understand that this thread is ostensibly about nudity. But let's face it, for women, nudity is all about attention-seeking. Everything they do revolves around getting attention.

    So, now I present Gross Girl: https://nypost.com/2022/05/16/gross-...ower-for-weeks

    Now, superficially, Gross Girl appears to be an exception to the attention thing. But is she? First, it's not enough that she rarely bathes or washes her hair. She has to inform the entire world of that stuff.

    But my personal favorite aspect of Gross Girl is that her hair looks pretty decent in that video. And of course, she made sure to use a mild filter on her video to give her skin a smoother texture.

    Assuming she's telling the truth at all, she's still being gross as a means of seeking attention and validation.

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    Agreed. Tell you what I just talked to one American friend of mine who was a hybrid of simp and PUA, always looking for girls validation. Thanks to Amber Heard case, his eyes opened and finally he consumed the red pill. so from being feminist, he evolved into a redpill. Given the choice of both of them I guess everyone will pick redpill cause truth is always ugly.

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    Re: How does nudity empower women?

    Nudity has no power.
    Men have the power, and what goes for power with women is manipulating men.
    So, women with their nudity have a very indirect action: "female body"->"male sexual instinct" -> "male power".

    You dont see the alledged power of female nudity when there is no man present.

    You know how men retain their power? With self-control, self-validation, and self-preservation. That is why teaching MGTOW wisdom is critically important.

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    Re: How does nudity empower women?

    I went to a Strip Club recently for a bachelor party and a hot blonde approached me And started to chat me.

    I asked her if she was in college and she told me she's just graduated with a Female Gender Studies Degree. She tried to get me into the champagne/VIP Room. I instantly said no.

    She could have falsely accused me afterwards if I went with her

    What I found funny is that she has a Female Gender Studies Degree and still is a stripper. Isn't she angry that men are objectivefying her as nothing more than a sex object?

    Women in general make no sense and it's funny to watch sometimes

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    Re: How does nudity empower women?

    Quote Originally Posted by sam luis obispo View Post
    Power has value.

    Value comes from something that is good being scarce.

    In less than two generations, nudity has gone from being scarce to being common and easily accessible and even given away for free.

    If you were born in 2000, by the time you were 20 years old, you would have been exposed to more nudity than all four of your great-grandfathers born in 1900, even if they had had all lived to 80 years of age and two of them owned an adult bookstore.

    Nudity is not scarce. It is not powerful if the 21st Century Western Woman is willing to give it away first chance they get.

    Like sex.

    So, they throw the word "power" around like Halloween treats. But it really means the few minutes, or even the few seconds, of attention they get. People with real power are distracted for a minute or so and go back to using their real power to negotiate, create, and produce.

    That's real power.

    And power comes with responsibility.

    This society doesn't like the "R" word.

    And power is only acquired by discipline.

    That's another word the modern woman doesn't like.

    She is conditioned to be a consumer, while men must train themselves to be disciplined, in order to be a producer.
    I'm not too far off 50. Growing up seeing nudity took effort. Stumbling on my dads skin mags in the garage, the little bit of nudity in a film. I didn't see an actual proper porn film till I was around 17. There were pubs in Australia at the time where for the price of a beer you could watch the lunch time strip show, there were some adult cinemas that had strippers as well, then came the peep shows which were new in Australia or my part of it in the early 90's. So for $2 you could stand in a booth and watch a woman get naked and masturbate while you did the same. Then the table top dance places came along, you could now have that hot chick dry hump you.

    BUT... along came the internet. I can now sit at home and look at all the free porn I want. I can even get on webcam sites and again for nothing at all watch a woman peep show style without leaving my house.

    So yes, nudity is everywhere. When I was younger there was still some stigma attached to women doing that type of work which also made accessing it a little rarer, more special. Now every female is a hooker in training. It's just a matter of time before they do some kind of sex work.

    So yeah. Nudity no longer has any power or value.

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    I went to a Strip Club recently for a bachelor party and a hot blonde approached me And started to chat me.

    I asked her if she was in college and she told me she's just graduated with a Female Gender Studies Degree. She tried to get me into the champagne/VIP Room. I instantly said no.

    She could have falsely accused me afterwards if I went with her

    What I found funny is that she has a Female Gender Studies Degree and still is a stripper. Isn't she angry that men are objectivefying her as nothing more than a sex object?

    Women in general make no sense and it's funny to watch sometimes
    I used to use a Prostitution forum down here. It's legal in Australia so there are forums for "Punters" guys who use sex services to talk about service providers and experiences etc.

    There used to be some Whores who would take part in chats too. Most of them would be the Feminist type and would start with their lectures and bullshit. They would alienate their audience. They are clueless.

    I don't care how hot they might be (some you wouldn't fuck if THEY paid YOU), I'm not interested in fucking someone, especially for money that hates me on the most basic level.

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    Re: How does nudity empower women?

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    I used to use a Prostitution forum down here. It's legal in Australia so there are forums for "Punters" guys who use sex services to talk about service providers and experiences etc.

    There used to be some Whores who would take part in chats too. Most of them would be the Feminist type and would start with their lectures and bullshit. They would alienate their audience. They are clueless.

    I don't care how hot they might be (some you wouldn't fuck if THEY paid YOU), I'm not interested in fucking someone, especially for money that hates me on the most basic level.[/QUOTE]


    Same.

    That's why I refused to go to that VIP room with her. Once she said her degree was I was turned off and was like NOPE.

    Not going to get involved with a girl who has a hatred of males and makes it known. Instant Red Flag


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