He Raped Me With His Eyes!

Feminism has a lot to answer for.

‘He raped me with his eyes.’ She said frighteningly.

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I couldn’t help myself. ‘Say what?’

It wasn’t a joke. She said it. She meant it. There was genuine fear in her eyes.

I was in a bar last week with several people and one twenty-something came from across the floor and went up to her girlfriend in our group. She was ‘in fear for her life’ and dead serious about getting the security guard onto this guy to have him removed.

Yes, there are women out there who CAN’T find a date because men fear the consequences from the propaganda successfully installed into them by decades of feminism. They then suffer from overzealous, anxious females who misuse it and think it’s their right to say ridiculous things like this, make others share in their fear, believe it’s okay to have someone else fix their problems for them.

He raped me with his eyes?

OH FFS!

All you’ve said is: He did nothing!

Why don’t you take it all the way? Why not perceive THAT BASTARD to have imagined forcing a bikie gangbang upon you on a pool table?  I don’t see why not, nothing happened anyway and you came up with this story based on nothing. A guy found you interesting. You dressed attractively for the night out and you attracted someone. It wasn’t rape. It was conversation through the mechanics of attraction… and who cares what he thought behind his eyes? His thoughts aren’t your property to have removed. Do the right thing and walk away. If you are so frightened for your life and sexual security, remove your fucking self from the premises and go a long way away! Go somewhere else where you feel safe, like a convent or something. Just go away and let the real women of this world do business in a proper and responsible fashion with their male counterparts. Don’t ask the big guy at the door to become your daddy and kick this guy’s arse for you. He did nothing wrong. And DON’T spread fear amongst our group. Take your fear out the door and don’t bring it back… ever!

Okay, let’s assume, for a minute, that HE imagine-fucked you without your consent. What a pig! Did he force it up your imagined-ass? Did he take you in imagined-doggy-style? Did you imagine his dick to be thick or thin? Were you in imagined pain? Did you imagine yourself having an accidental rape orgasm? Did he imagine-enjoy himself?

Ahhh! That’s the real problem isn’t it?

You don’t like men having a good time ahead of you. It’s not about the fear of rape, it’s the fear of loss-of-control… that he got something for nothing without your permission! Feminism’s ethos is to empower women through the pursuance of equality. You’ve mistaken the word empower for powerful and equality for the same. Now you’re brandishing your powerful weapon of bitchiness across your life and sucking other people into your black hole of fear because you believe that no man will have something for free.

Let me tell you, he probably DID rape you that night. He probably went home and masturbated over you, many times over. Could you handle that if you knew, or would you self combust?

There is also a possibility that he dreamed of making love to you in a completely consensual way. It may be that he didn’t want sex at all and just enjoyed being with what he saw as the most attractive girl in the room. But now you’ll never know… and you’ve got one man running for cover and passing your horrid opinions about men like a bad disease to other females. No doubt your social media festered too just as soon as you could scratch your nasty claws against the glass of an electronic device.

I hope you don’t find a man.

That kind of shit shouldn’t be allowed to propagate in any children you may have.

-A

Inspired by the novel SEETHINGS

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Michael Forman’s books on Goodreads ratings: 4 (avg rating 4.50)

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‘Forman’s writing style is artful, with the protagonist Mitchell’s warped thought processes masterfully exposed. The author has a powerful and vivid command of language and his word pictures are stark and disturbingly real.’  – Linda J Bettenay, author of ‘Secrets Mothers Keep’ and ‘Wishes For Starlight’

Anne-Marie Slaughter: Why women need a men’s revolution – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Anne-Marie Slaughter, the best-selling author and former White House advisor, says the gender revolution is stuck at a halfway point because society has not been willing to address the roles of men.

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Professor Slaughter, who famously penned an article under the heading “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All”, told Lateline that women have been liberated from their traditional roles but the same has not been done for men.

“You can’t change the roles of women dramatically and say you can now be like your father and do what men traditionally did and not equally change the role of men, because you get stuck,” she said.

Professor Slaughter was the first woman appointed to the role of director of policy planning at the US State Department, a job that meant she lived in Washington during the week and commuted home to Princeton on weekends.

After several years of trying to balance a demanding job and the needs of her family – particularly a rebellious son – Professor Slaughter quit and returned to a role at Princeton University.

When she penned the “Can’t Have It All” article for The Atlantic in 2012, she was criticised by sections of the feminist movement for betraying the cause.

Professor Slaughter, now the president of the New America foundation, spoke to Lateline about what has changed since her original article was published.

We still treat our sons differently to our daughters

“I looked at my sons and I thought, you know if I’d had daughters, I’d be raising them completely differently than my mother was raised. I’d be raising them to have a career but also to invest time in their families. But my sons were still being raised the way my father was raised.

We still tell our sons, your role in life is to have a career and support a family. We women still expect our sons to be breadwinners even as we ourselves understand that we need to do both.

We have to change the way we treat the men in our life.”

Men need their own revolution

“We’ve liberated women essentially to be men, to do the work that men have traditionally done, and in the process we’ve devalued the work that women traditionally did; the work of care, the work of nurturing. You can’t have a halfway revolution.

You can’t change the roles of women dramatically and say you can now be like your father and do what men traditionally did and not equally change the role of men, because you get stuck.

We now have to focus somewhat paradoxically on men and on valuing that work of care, whether women or men do it.”

We need to support ‘strong, confident men’

“We need to be able to look at a man who has a career, who has a set of goals, but who also says my family is going to come first and see him as a strong confident man who’s willing to break gender stereotypes.

Those men are pioneers, just as much as Germaine Greer or Betty Friedan or Gloria Steinem were pioneers.”

Money matters

“In the United States, childcare for two children costs more than rent in all 50 states. This is where you need public policy solutions as well as workplace solutions. I am among a very narrow band of privileged women who buy our way out of these problems.

If we focus on care, what we’re saying is that the government has to provide an infrastructure of care, just like you’d provide bridges or ports or broadband. That allows all couples or all parents to have access to paid leave and a high quality childcare and increasingly, elder care.

She wanted to retitle the “Can’t Have It All” article

I never meant to tell women that [they still can’t have it all]. I would have loved to have retitled the article because what I thought I was saying was why women still can’t have it all, meaning, here are the changes we have to make so that women can have the same options as men.

I now try and get away from the whole not having it all conversation because it’s not useful, it makes women sound selfish, it just isn’t a good way to go, but to say we still have a lot of changes we need to make until we get to full gender equality, I think that is self evident.

Source: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-03-04/anne-marie-slaughter-women-and-men-revolution/7221596

Hijacking INCEL and its bullying celebrations.

Involuntary Celibacy: Its acronym has never seen so much use as it does today. Men from all ages are taking to the Internet to voice their frustrations in sex, women, feminism and report on their feelings so we can all see.

It’s nice men are communicating. Social media and Internet sites provide a voice and place where men of all types and ages can speak their thoughts. Men aren’t always known for talking. They prefer action. Unfortunately the chatter they are leaving about the Internet in sites like REDDIT and LOOKISM are all too brief, often peppered in angry overtones. They leave with them a residue of nastiness every time they engage the topic. Their literacy is minimal, assumptions are maximal, sentences reduced to a few speculative words that for them point to the ‘real issues’ but for anyone else they read as code. In many ways, they are doing themselves an injustice by not clearly stating their needs in any of their texts. The word INCEL becomes a tired and well-beaten thing that vapourises into uselessness because it’s overused. Fresh content lacks and ‘the issues’ men want addressed in society are swept under the carpet.

Not all writers commentating on INCEL are like that though. One or two have the ability and skills to string enough words together to create a well-written blog post. One of the first to write about INCEL calls himself M2 (now listed as M3). I discovered his first INCEL post nearly four years ago. That single post was a clear hit! It drew in thousands of ‘likers’ immediately and hundreds of commenters in the months that followed. I believe this was the origin of the term; Involuntary Celibacy. It has grown ever since.

It’s only natural that in this fast-paced life that the two words would become one. Unfortunately, in doing so, the new word excludes uneducated readers, for they first have to know where the word came from before engaging in the content. Not all readers care to repair the hole an author made in their pieces and thus disengage right away.

Another author came forward about a year later and vented his emotions in a post that blew the Internet apart (The original post no longer exists). He recommended that governments around the world should fund a global solution: Paying women to have sex with men. He declared it his right to have sex. If he couldn’t get it on his own, he wanted someone else to do it for him.

Currently, the frustrated younger men taking the ‘net daily are using INCEL as a measurement of un-attractiveness. It’s not unlike females who taunt and bully other females using the words ‘skank’ or ‘slut’. Slut-shaming is a female specialty: Girls who see others who have more sexual attraction by using their good-looks now equals the boys not able to get enough sex with their sexual un-attraction and poor-looks. The insults come thick and fast when a new word is discovered!

In a morbid way, they celebrate their ability to attack others through these forums. It’s pack mentality. Two hundred years ago this aggression would’ve included pitchforks, short lengths of rope and a low hanging branches. Didn’t we use to have a proper word or two for people who didn’t look visually appealing or didn’t fit in?

And what about INCEL? What happens to those struggling with a type of celibacy they truly don’t want to be a part of? Do they first have to participate in an ‘ugly’ discussion simply because a bunch of bullies have hijacked the term and made it their own to use, abuse and misrepresent? There are men who need sex but are suffering because their lives, however they come to be, are sexless ones. They become depressed and angry for it. That’s what I draw from the structured content out there. It’s real and a real growing problem. How it’s overcome is something we should be working on.

INCEL-shaming is only diversionary and wastes time.

-Michael Forman (Author of SEETHINGS)

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Michael Forman’s books on Goodreads ratings: 4 (avg rating 4.50)

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‘Forman’s writing style is artful, with the protagonist Mitchell’s warped thought processes masterfully exposed. The author has a powerful and vivid command of language and his word pictures are stark and disturbingly real.’  – Linda J Bettenay, author of ‘Secrets Mothers Keep’ and ‘Wishes For Starlight’

Bronwyn Joy Parker gets suspended sentence for burning boyfriend’s penis with hair straightener | Daily Mail Online

A 22-year-old woman, who was given permission by her boyfriend to burn his penis with a hair straightener after he cheated on her, has received a suspended jail sentence.
The mutual agreement between the couple from Mount Barker, west of Adelaide in South Australia, saw the jealous girlfriend give her partner third-degree burns after he spent two nights with his ex-girlfriend.
Applying the straightener for just a few seconds, Bronwyn Joy Parker told the police she thought it would only feel like sunburn, NT News reported.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3235205/It-just-looked-cooked-piece-meat-Woman-gets-suspended-sentence-burning-boyfriend-s-penis-hair-straightener-unfaithful.html

#Freethenipple Campaign is Completely Sexist

I died twice from attack-nipples. In high school, a friend of mine spent three months in a coma as a result of a wayward nipple and a poorly crocheted 80’s bikini top!

As I get older I tire of humanity’s ridiculousness. When a nipple needs a campaign like #freethenipple to discuss a nipple’s rightful place, I know the world can’t grow up. It’s a nipple people. It can’t kill!

But we need #freethenipple because we see an unjust imbalance going on and want justice, equality. Facebook and other social media have policies in place to protect you and I from seeing nude nipples, not men’s nipples, women’s.

This image recently passed Facebook's rules due to the mastectomy scar the woman wears. Mastectomy scars are allowed.

This image recently passed Facebook’s rules due to the mastectomy scar the woman wears. Mastectomy scars are allowed.

What about what’s right or wrong? What about common sense? Can’t we think for ourselves? Must we always rely on the next guy’s existence to establish our own?The current argument uses men’s nipples to get its point across. Men show them so women should too. Nice. The He’s doing it so why can’t I? style of debate takes us back to many childhood moments. Billy got two cookies and I only got one and my feelings are hurt. That’s not a point, that’s selfish want.

When it comes to nipples, what are we so frightened of, a little autonomous thought on human sexuality?

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A nipple isn’t anything. By itself, it can’t harm. It has no fingers, no opposing thumbs, a hidden dagger or a vile agenda of some sort. It has no muscles to achieve anything at all. So what’s the real problem here? Why do we have we an issue to fight for?

I like nipples. I don’t hate them. I know my head doesn’t explode when I see them. I’ve seen lots of nipples in my time and the head I have today is the same one I had when I was born. I’ve never needed hospitalisation, first-aid or emergency counselling for something a nipple caused. My experiences with nipples have always been good ones, some were great ones. My memories of nipples make me smile. They put me in a happy place.

Maybe that’s the problem.

Some of us don’t like free happiness.

The issue is sex. Men earn it. They earn sex’s happiness. They don’t get freebies. A freely exposed nipple is a sexual freebie they haven’t earnt.

It has nothing to do with children or rescuing them from the clutches of adult sexuality. Children know nipples better than anyone. They’ve not long left them. They have their own and will grow to manage those nipples as they age. A negative example of nipples only adds unnecessary anxiety to the youth. Using children as an excuse to hide nipples places pain on the next generation. That’s a selfish and nasty thing adults do to!

Women fear the sexual freebie. Men have their sex way too easy. They get off on anything, everything, and leave their emotions behind when they do it. Hiding nipples controls men’s sexual happiness. By regulating nipple exposure, it dispenses happiness at a woman’s pleasure. Loose nipples loses that control. We use the word offensive but it really replaces the word fear. Losing control is fearful. #freethenipple is lathered up in foamy fear and women want nipples covered, controlled.

The excuse used is that nipples are offensive. Nipples aren’t offensive. They save lives. A baby needs its mother’s milk and they get it through nipples. It doesn’t make any sense to take a life-giving part of our body and turn it into a thing of terror. We should lose our fears and embrace #freethenipple.

Join me on my other campaigns when I pretty much say the same things the same way: #freethevagina #freethepenis #freethefear #freetheterror #freethefree #freeme #stoptheworld #shitthingswesaytojustify #kurdaitcha #seethings

-Mx

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‘Forman’s writing style is artful, with the protagonist Mitchell’s warped thought processes masterfully exposed. The author has a powerful and vivid command of language and his word pictures are stark and disturbingly real.’  – Linda J Bettenay, author of ‘Secrets Mothers Keep’ and ‘Wishes For Starlight’