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    The feminist trust pledge society hehehe..thumbs down

    What a joke..I got kicked out of a metal community for calling out a fraud. Some dude introducing themselves with pictures of mismatched women's faces & one photoshopped on him. Obviously tons of reactions from simps. Its disturbing that they couldn't wait to talk to this person knowing how obvious the photoshopped shit is. So of course the feminist mod went the ol “little man whining pissing pants” tactic for my “childish rant”. Didn’t think a metal community would treat itself as a dating site but I suppose modern society will exist everywhere. But unlike women I take accountability for my actions & could’ve just said to myself it’s their problem if they want to give out personal info or meetup with some random troll/fraud/creep whatever the motive was. But this is what women trust & support in social media am I right? End rant.

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    Re: The feminist trust pledge society hehehe..thumbs down

    I have one simple rule in life. If women are in, I'm out! We cannot peacefully coexist in any and all paradigms!

    Kinda like cleaning out a house with 5 gallons of gas!
    Any man that seeks leadership outside himself has a fool for a guide.

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    Re: The feminist trust pledge society hehehe..thumbs down

    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    I have one simple rule in life. If women are in, I'm out!
    I second this. I used to think such an approach was overly limiting or unnecessary. However women really do ruin everything. Any group that they are in they will habitually try to exercise control through manipulation and gossip. Its like leaving a wolf alone with a dead sheep, there is no question of what will happen.

    It can be tough at first, having your interests and hobbies ruined. However there are still spaces that are in effect male-only. They're few and far between but worth finding. Besides that, we can learn to enjoy our own company.

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    Re: The feminist trust pledge society hehehe..thumbs down

    Quote Originally Posted by suspiciouscrow View Post
    I second this. I used to think such an approach was overly limiting or unnecessary. However women really do ruin everything. Any group that they are in they will habitually try to exercise control through manipulation and gossip. Its like leaving a wolf alone with a dead sheep, there is no question of what will happen.

    It can be tough at first, having your interests and hobbies ruined. However there are still spaces that are in effect male-only. They're few and far between but worth finding. Besides that, we can learn to enjoy our own company.
    Try an put a lid on any of their garbage and next thing you know, you're under arrest! This leaves a man only two choices, live with the stench of garbage, maggots, and put up with all the flies, or go outside and use the lid to play frisbee or go sliding with your friends! It's a sort of Judo applied to life!
    Any man that seeks leadership outside himself has a fool for a guide.

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    Re: The feminist trust pledge society hehehe..thumbs down

    Interesting enough I discovered a board game called “Don’t step in it” I shall take caution & dodge dogshit where I see it! You can count that as marriage, relationshits & befriending these type of scum cyber feminists!


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