My wife hates me.

She refused my seed.

We had a great relationship. We were friends. We planned to have children. We did everything right. We abided by the rules.

The rules in a Catholic life were abstinence.

Abstinence was nice but it was also a cruel thing.

My wife wanted children. I wanted sex.

Without going into details, one of us wanted abstinence to stay and the other wanted a wife.

Footballer called to be sacked after lewd act.

Catherine Lumby has called for professional footballer Mitchell Pearce to be removed from the game after he performed a lewd act in front of a group of women.

mitchell-pearce-dogVideo proof surfaced in January this year that later went viral.

What was it all over? Pearce was drunk at a party and dry humped a dog.

Before you go nuts over that last line and believe Lumby’s justified with her request, he was clothed (at least his privates were covered at all times) and the dog was unharmed. The women who filmed the ‘act’ took their phone footage and then sold it to the highest bidder. Now the woman’s advisor to the Rugby League is calling for his head to roll over it. Nice eh?

Catherine Lumby needs to sit back down and calm down.

Who hasn’t done or said stupid things at parties? I’ve seen women spontaneously dry hump men who didn’t ask for it to be done to them. I’ve seen women fall over, expose themselves and then spew venom at men for the embarrassment they caused themselves. Like this news story, their behaviour was completely outrageous, nothing like what a man would do to a woman in public, definitely not anything like what Mitchell Pearce did on camera in the privacy of a hotel home. But here he is being asked, nigh, told to give up his career for what he did on camera.

There are three big differences in his situation:

  1. He is not female.
  2. He is popular.
  3. He was filmed.

These so-called ‘offended’ women who saw the performance didn’t leave the room. at all. They could’ve gone at anytime. No one tied them down and made them stare. If they didn’t like what they saw they could’ve done any amount of things to stop the offending act from being watched. Instead, they chose to stay and provide him with an audience. They laughed. They filmed it and thought about the many media outlets they could approach with their exclusive story after he passed out.

Party videos have no place in the sober world. None of them make sense after the booze has gone. I say let the guy go. He deserves no more than a little shaming from the coach and the threat of being dropped from the team if he were to do it again. The club doesn’t need fools representing them.

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Pearce in sober times

I tell you who needs punishing though: Those bitches who stood around and looked on, laughing at and with him. Perhaps they weren’t even invited to the party but weaseled their way into it so they could be closer to someone famous and say they partied with him. They need to be named and shamed for filming a private showing and then distributing it. I think it’s fair if they’re going to hang his career on it. They need to be taught how to use their phones properly. The need educating on how to be proper and decent human beings. They need to know that a private function isn’t meant to be a public one simply because they took their phones along. Auctioning off a video isn’t the right way to go solving a problem if indeed there was a problem at all… unless that problem was a financial one, which is an entirely another problem altogether.

The media outlet who bought it needs a lesson or two on decency too. It’s not like they don’t have private parties of their own. Christmas time is renowned for making a few photocopiers smudgy and bringing out what would ordinarily be inappropriate jokes in mixed company. I bet there’s a few skeletons in those closets that prefer to remain hidden. The newsroom should’ve turned them away.

This is a clear case of a misandrist, feminist society hell bent on bringing males to their knees at any opportunity.

Give me a break. I’ve seen acts worse than that at my local karaoke bar.

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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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