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The can of worms that is Misogyny   General Confusion

Started 6/15/19 by Jenifer (Zarknorph); 55984 views.

"You reek with victimhood"

That's simply loving encouragement to stop believing you're a victim in life.

slackerx

From: slackerx

Aug-18

"You reek with victimhood"

Stuff like that, when often repeated, always strikes me as a case of projection. 

It's a technique that they've seen Trump use, so they model the behavour, themselves. 

It's like when they go out in public without a mask.

Monkey see, monkey do.

Jenifer (Zarknorph)
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From: Jenifer (Zarknorph)

Aug-20

Don't even bother.

The contempt you had to be feeling at the time to choose the word "reek" says it all.

The contempt you had to be feeling at the time to choose the word "reek" says it all.

So, let's see, you don't know what kamala (the chameleon? After all, she's been one her whole political career) is feeling but you do know what I am. Got it.

"reek" is appropriate because in your case your apparent feelings of victimhood are unjustified. You are very fortunate to not have been born in a country ruled by that vile political ideology of islam. Where all women truly are victims.

Jenifer (Zarknorph)
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From: Jenifer (Zarknorph)

Aug-21

Forget it, Bob.

You can't justify the animosity.

And you don't get to dump it all on me.

I'm not a victim, remember?

So stop treating me like a punching bag.

I'll punch back.

adwil

From: adwil

Aug-21

"He was as loathed by one side as Trump is by the other , Obama was not an American he was Kenyan , he was not Christian he was a Muslim , he was this he was that and he was the other "

"I'm not putting up with any birther conspiracy theory shit here."

Relax! BM's using the birther/Muslim rubbish as an example of how nasty and corrupt US politics is. 

You can't justify the animosity.

I should simply accept that women in the world are victims? I know some are, however, are fathers revered in human society as much as mothers? When child custody questions arise is the father favored over the mother (outside of that vile political ideology of islam). Has it been the custom, when courting, for the woman to pay the dinner check, or the man? Is it a custom that women hold the door open for men, or the other way around. It's claimed that over 50% of blacks in prison when they are only 13% of the population is racist. Does that mean that because women are over 50% of the population yet only make up 10% of our prison populations that men are being discriminated against? Oh, and 56% of college students are women. Clearly they are being discriminated against, right?

And, of course, we find that the principles you seem to favor, this international law, will make sure that young women athletes, around the world, will be discriminated against. Being forced to compete with males who have simply decided they want to be females. Good job!

Jenifer (Zarknorph)
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From: Jenifer (Zarknorph)

Aug-22

Oops, my bad.

Sorry.

Jenifer (Zarknorph)
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From: Jenifer (Zarknorph)

Aug-22

What you have listed has nothing to do with the issues discussed in this thread.

You're confusing sexist ideology and discrimination with misogyny.

It is not the same thing.

A victim of violence is a victim - regardless of the contempt you have for the word, or the very idea of it.

And women don't choose to be victims.

A victim of violence is a victim - regardless of the contempt you have for the word, or the very idea of it.

Oh, I agree completely. That is true victimhood. Me, as a 7 year old child being called "carrot top" only made me a victim as long as I allowed myself to be offended. Once I stopped, I was never a victim again. Virtually every one in the world has this power.

And women don't choose to be victims.

I disagree. Some clearly do. I have often opined to friends and family that; "You know what's wrong with the boyfriends of so many young women, today? The ones who don't treat them with the respect they deserve? What's wrong with them are the young girls of today, who put up with it." It's human nature to do what you are allowed to do without consequence.

Many of these young women, I've noticed, did not have strong fathers, or even fathers in their lives at all. An important role in a father's job as parent is to help his daughter learn, and hold on with dear life to, self esteem.

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