Concealed Weapon

madblackgirl:

frantzfandom:

where did this myth of the teenage temptress who lies about their age to seduce the older man come from?

grown men who dont want to take responsibility for their actions and like to place the blame on the most relevant easy target probably

How To Escape The Friendzone: The Only Guide You’ll Ever Need

jaffersspace:

Ok bros, here it is the one stop fix for your friendzone woes. Dr. Jaffers is gonna help you out real quick. Ready? Here we go:

Step 1

Take the word friendzone and drop the ‘zone’ Now what do you have? A friend! You know, one of those people you can talk to, hang out with, someone who brings positivity to your life. (S)he don’t wanna fuck, or be your boo? Well shit, they clearly like being your friend though. Being a friend is awesome as fuck man, I highly recommend making friends. Then guess what? Some day someone special will see you and think ‘Hey! That guy/girl isn’t an asshole, they seem like a good person. Imma ask them out on a date.’ You know what that means? You got friends, and a date. Ain’t that just fucking dandy.

Step 2

Still in the friendzone, eh? Here’s what you do. Go reread step 1, and stop being a douche bag.

What does the friend zone have to do with autism?

misogyny-free-dating-guide:

You had your chance on our first (and only) date. I held the door open for you and bought you dinner at that 5-star restaurant you so slyly worked into the conversation. You looked amazing and I went all out to impress you. You walked through the door I held open for you without a thank you or really any acknowledgement of my little gesture.

Nice Guy Syndrome: Gifts For Guilt

Why are you taking someone to an expensive restaurant on the first date, unless you’re trying to bribe her? On the first date, you have to understand that there may not be a second date, so you shouldn’t do anything that will make you feel wronged if it doesn’t want to continue dating you.

I asked you about your hopes and dreams and listened to you bitch about your ex-boyfriend as you ordered that $100 bone-in ribeye and the wine with the fancy vintage you just had to try. You finished the wine but took most of the steak home in a doggy bag. I only now realize that it was the ex-boyfriend you were texting all evening, I hope he enjoyed the steak I bought him. By the way that “emergency call” you got after dinner didn’t fool anyone. I’m not stupid, unlike most of the guys you’ve dated.

Nice Guy Syndrome: Rebound

It seems like she wasn’t quite over her ex-boyfriend yet. This symptom is very common in music. A woman breaks up with her boyfriend or is still with him but is thinking about breaking up with him, and you feel like she’d like you better so you pressure her to start dating you. If you were actually nice, you would wait until she’s ready, not pressure her to get over her ex immediately and start dating you.

I was wonderful to you, I was a gentleman. I treated you with respect, like a lady deserves to be treated. I enjoyed your company and you had my full attention. I didn’t expect anything in return except a chance to win your heart. I’m stable, I’m a good provider, I want marriage and kids in my future. I’m the man of your dreams, but you couldn’t see that. Or maybe you just didn’t care. You were pretty preoccupied with your texting.

Nice Guy Syndrome: Chivalry

What do you mean by “like a lady deserves to be treated”? Women as a whole don’t care as much as you do about men holding doors for them or men spending a lot of money on them. They want to be treated like human beings.

Nice Guy Syndrome: Entitlement

You say that you “didn’t expect anything in return”, but expecting a chance to win her heart is actually a major thing to expect, especially since SHE AIN’T OVER HER EX YET!!!!

Nice Guy Syndrome: Mr Know It All

How the fuck do you know that you’re the man of her dreams? Do you have such an inflated ego that you think you’re every woman’s dream? Maybe there’s something about you that she doesn’t like, like the fact that you use expensive dates to guilt-trip her and that you pressure her to date you when she’s still not over her ex.

But now you’re ready to date me? Really? You’ll excuse me if I’m not jumping for joy. You’ve dissed me, rejected me, took advantage of me, dodged my goodnight kiss and couldn’t wait to get away from me. Now suddenly you want me? Sorry, I’m not buying it.

You felt entitled to her giving you a chance, and now you’re actually getting what you felt entitled to. What’s the problem? You’re angry because she wouldn’t give you that chance while she wasn’t over her ex yet? Stop trying to date women who are still in a relationship, and you won’t have that problem.

Meanwhile you were jumping in bed with any guy with a neck tattoo

Nice Guy Syndrome: Holier Than Thou

How can you know that a man is an asshole just because he has tattoos?

You’ve learned some important lessons and so have I. In fact you taught me one, you taught me not to date girls like you.

Don’t date women who are not over their exes yet? Anyone who’s not a raging Nice Guy could have told you that.

turbohobo:

theconcealedweapon:

turbohobo:

steelfemme:

turbohobo:

theconcealedweapon:

1. When a woman assumes that all men are rapists, the worst she has the power to do on a systematic level is stay away from men. Unless you think men are entitled to attention from every woman they see, no one is harmed by that.
2. The belief that men are only creepy when they’re unattractive is just a lie created by men as an excuse to be creepy and convince themselves that they’re doing nothing wrong.
3. Women have to assume that all men are rapists, because if a woman trusts a man to not rape her and he rapes her, everyone will blame her for not being careful enough. So if you’re offended by women believing that all men are rapists, your first priority should be stopping society from blaming victims.

So what your saying is that it’s a convenient excuse to hate on all men without being labeled a sexist.

If you think that women having to be careful for our safety is “sexism!!1!” you literally do not know what sexism is.

Wow. Is this a joke? This is your justification of being a sexist? Hating all men just for the illusion of “safety” is an even worse excuse. How does your opinion of men do anything to prevent yourself from being assaulted? Like being nasty to every man you meet is going to change the actions of criminals who will do what they want regardless.
Absolutely ridiculous. If you want safety, how about promoting, you know, personal defense and encouraging people to refuse to be victims rather than letting their victimhood define who they are. You’re not going to change the world with your opinion of men, it’s not like criminals are going to stop sexually assaulting people after reading all the hatred you have towards men, or after telling them “rape is bad though!”. People know murder is bad, guess what? It still happens.
At least by protecting yourself you’d have some actual safety rather than this bullshit safety fiction you somehow dreamed up. But hey, if that’s the reasoning you need to convince yourself that you’re not a sexist who I am to stop you. What do I know anyway, I’m just a horrible rape man raping around with my rape-filled rapelogic.
ps, you’re literally saying that you’re not sexist because my definition of the word is incorrect. Tell me, which feminist dictionary do I need to find the “real” definition of sexism?

Did you not read my post? When a woman assumes that all men are rapists, the worst she has the power to do on a systematic level is stay away from men. And that doesn’t qualify as “being nasty”. When you tell women to “protect themselves”, why is staying away from men not an acceptable option? 

Would it be acceptable to you for a white man to stay a way from black people because he believes they’re all criminals trying to mug him? That black people are not entitled to interaction with white people? Would it still be acceptable when he tries to spread that ideology online, saying shit such as “kill all blacks”?
It’s the same thing. How can you literally assume that half the population on the planet are bad people, and not expect those people to think it’s discriminatory when you try to justify it as some kind of precaution.
Then again, if you’re literally living your life in a self-prescribed terror, intentionally avoiding half the people you see on a daily basis, it’s clear that you must have a crippling mental disorder and are simply trying to justify it after the fact.

I don’t agree with saying “kill all …” even if it’s a privileged group, so going online and saying “kill all blacks” is not the same thing. I even made a post recently about certain forms of “misandry” that are actually harmful, and that was one of them.
To answer your first question, YES!!!! It would be perfectly fine for a white man who hates black people to stay away from them. If white people who hate black people just stayed away from them, Jordan Davis and Trayvon Martin would still be alive. The difference is that black people are actually oppressed, so white people do worse things to them than just staying away from them. White people go out of their way to confront black people then shoot them because they “felt threatened”, and society sympathizes with the white person. People who are actually oppressed would see being avoided as a step up, not as oppression.
Women don’t choose to be afraid of men raping them. They’re told to, often by the same people who whine about misandry. As I said in my original comment, women have to assume that all men are rapists, because if a woman trusts a man to not rape her and he rapes her, everyone will blame her for not being careful enough. 

turbohobo:

theconcealedweapon:

turbohobo:

steelfemme:

turbohobo:

theconcealedweapon:

1. When a woman assumes that all men are rapists, the worst she has the power to do on a systematic level is stay away from men. Unless you think men are entitled to attention from every woman they see, no one is harmed by that.

2. The belief that men are only creepy when they’re unattractive is just a lie created by men as an excuse to be creepy and convince themselves that they’re doing nothing wrong.

3. Women have to assume that all men are rapists, because if a woman trusts a man to not rape her and he rapes her, everyone will blame her for not being careful enough. So if you’re offended by women believing that all men are rapists, your first priority should be stopping society from blaming victims.

So what your saying is that it’s a convenient excuse to hate on all men without being labeled a sexist.

If you think that women having to be careful for our safety is “sexism!!1!” you literally do not know what sexism is.

Wow. Is this a joke? This is your justification of being a sexist? Hating all men just for the illusion of “safety” is an even worse excuse. How does your opinion of men do anything to prevent yourself from being assaulted? Like being nasty to every man you meet is going to change the actions of criminals who will do what they want regardless.

Absolutely ridiculous. If you want safety, how about promoting, you know, personal defense and encouraging people to refuse to be victims rather than letting their victimhood define who they are. You’re not going to change the world with your opinion of men, it’s not like criminals are going to stop sexually assaulting people after reading all the hatred you have towards men, or after telling them “rape is bad though!”. People know murder is bad, guess what? It still happens.

At least by protecting yourself you’d have some actual safety rather than this bullshit safety fiction you somehow dreamed up. But hey, if that’s the reasoning you need to convince yourself that you’re not a sexist who I am to stop you. What do I know anyway, I’m just a horrible rape man raping around with my rape-filled rapelogic.

ps, you’re literally saying that you’re not sexist because my definition of the word is incorrect. Tell me, which feminist dictionary do I need to find the “real” definition of sexism?

Did you not read my post? When a woman assumes that all men are rapists, the worst she has the power to do on a systematic level is stay away from men. And that doesn’t qualify as “being nasty”. When you tell women to “protect themselves”, why is staying away from men not an acceptable option? 

Would it be acceptable to you for a white man to stay a way from black people because he believes they’re all criminals trying to mug him? That black people are not entitled to interaction with white people? Would it still be acceptable when he tries to spread that ideology online, saying shit such as “kill all blacks”?

It’s the same thing. How can you literally assume that half the population on the planet are bad people, and not expect those people to think it’s discriminatory when you try to justify it as some kind of precaution.

Then again, if you’re literally living your life in a self-prescribed terror, intentionally avoiding half the people you see on a daily basis, it’s clear that you must have a crippling mental disorder and are simply trying to justify it after the fact.

I don’t agree with saying “kill all …” even if it’s a privileged group, so going online and saying “kill all blacks” is not the same thing. I even made a post recently about certain forms of “misandry” that are actually harmful, and that was one of them.

To answer your first question, YES!!!! It would be perfectly fine for a white man who hates black people to stay away from them. If white people who hate black people just stayed away from them, Jordan Davis and Trayvon Martin would still be alive. The difference is that black people are actually oppressed, so white people do worse things to them than just staying away from them. White people go out of their way to confront black people then shoot them because they “felt threatened”, and society sympathizes with the white person. People who are actually oppressed would see being avoided as a step up, not as oppression.

Women don’t choose to be afraid of men raping them. They’re told to, often by the same people who whine about misandry. As I said in my original comment, women have to assume that all men are rapists, because if a woman trusts a man to not rape her and he rapes her, everyone will blame her for not being careful enough. 

You have privilege if

youhaveprivilege:

You share a cab with a trans woman without offering to blow her

This doesn’t even make sense. If you DO offer to blow her, that would be harassment. I highly doubt anyone would take offense to you not asking to blow them.

You have privilege if

youhaveprivilege:

You go through shit worse than anyone could imagine. You’ve literally had shit your entire life. You’re a sad, middle class, thirty-something, married father who never realized his life goals and dreams. BUT you’re white so you don’t get to whine about life. Get the fuck over it

What do you mean by “get to”? White men complain all the time, often to people who are forced to listen. You don’t need an activist group to allow you to do something that society already allows you to do.

Misogyny/Misandry

listener-blue:

I feel myself losing my temper more frequently and more easily of late. While it may not come across in my posting, believe me there is a raging ball of fire and death inside me and I want to unleash it.

The thing that brings it out the most is the constant need for people to make the problems of others about themselves. The biggest, most obvious example is misogyny. If you listen to some people then everything is misogyny. 

Men receive longer prison sentences - misogyny, women are viewed as weaker and less dangerous.

The draft - misogyny, women are viewed as incapable of fighting.

Women are generally favoured in custody cases - misogyny, women are seen merely as caregivers.

In some countries rape laws do not include female perpetrators - misogyny, women are seen as too weak to overpower anyone in this manner.

Do these people hear themselves? Are they capable of taking an objective look at what they are saying? Are they capable of rational thought?!

Because you know, I could easily do this….

Women are constantly objectified and sexualised in the media - misandry, society thinks the only way men can look at women is in a sexual manner, men are viewed as sex beasts not people.

Women historically were forced to stay at home and look after the children - misandry, women chose to do this, men on the other hand were forced to work and to put all of the money they earned into the female run household.

It is unfair that women were not allowed to go to war when many of them wanted to - misandry, women were protected whereas men were seen as disposable.

And you know, there are grains of truth in some of these things, much as there are grains of truth in some of the claims of misogyny I constantly hear. The annoyance comes when people will not even consider the flip side of the coin.

Is it sexism against women to assume that women are better caregivers? OR is it sexism against men to assume that men are not good caregivers? 

The answer is a bit of both. 

None of these issues are black and white and they should not be viewed as such. Misogyny and misandry are NOT mutually exclusive. Society has expectations for men and women, and these will never be solved by selfish ignorant fucks who want to make all of the worlds problems about themselves. 

Those people who have bought into the idea that all is misogyny, that only women have problems, that society is designed to hold women back - you need to take a step back from your own head, leave your assumptions behind for just a second, and actually think impartially about how the world around you works. Hopefully you will see a vastly different picture. 

What you hear: “I’m taking all of your problems and making them all about me.”

What’s actually being said: “Don’t blame feminists for those problems, because we don’t like the male gender role any more than you do.”

i know that not all women are feminists. but since that is the case, shouldn't they also be partially to blame and not just the men in power?
Anonymous

They already are. I’ve never met a feminist who is hesitant to call out a woman for being sexist against other women. What’s your point?

invertedgender:

If you ever feel the need to use the term “douchebro” to describe men who are fighting against a gender-binary society that would crush them and tell them that they already have more than they deserve, get out of my face, get out of my life, get out of my universe.

Your gender inversions make no sense. No one uses “douchebro” to describe men who are fighting against a gender binary.


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