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Re: What to do with ‘criminals’, when there are so many...

Postby Gloominary » Thu Mar 16, 2017 6:17 am

WendyDarling wrote:Oh gibbifindiffin,

Men have no idea of what a real ouch feels like concerning women, but women haven't had much freedom for very long and they are wasting there breath with more civilized approaches regarding their grievances which men do not deserve. Women are tired of being punching bags, but they haven't formed any significant plans to eliminate unwarranted male aggression like the men exhibit around here. Martial arts training and weapons training needs to be taught to every girl starting at 4 years of age. Forget being Barbie, Kens a violent asshole.

Children have been less free as well, but is that abuse, or is it for their own protection?
Socioeconomic and environmental circumstances were different a century or two ago, women had fewer freedoms, but also fewer responsibilities, they couldn't vote, but they couldn't be drafted either.
And now feminism has gone too far, in my estimation, ran amok, they want it all, infinite rights and no responsibilities, maybe they always wanted it all.
From my research, and experience, men aren't more violent towards women than women men, but they're physically and psychologically more capable, and so while I would handle an aggressive, hostile woman more gently than I would an aggressive, hostile man, just as I would a child, if the woman is the instigator, she ought to face legal, social, if not immediate physical consequences for attacking me or another man or woman, and she will, make no mistake, she will, because actions must have consequences, or people will think they can get away with anything.
I don't buy this bollocks about women being the victims of history, not one bit.
Things are fine as is, sociopolitically, feminists have nothing to fear but their own sociopathic penchant for narcissism, misandry and entitlement, if they push too far, there's going to be a backlash.

Feminists have absolutely nothing to complain about.
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Re: What to do with ‘criminals’, when there are so many...

Postby Gloominary » Thu Mar 16, 2017 8:25 am

WendyDarling wrote:If men are injured and fear for their safety, they should report or is that a women's fault as well?

I'm not saying it's women's fault, I'm just saying men are probably less likely to report on it, for the reasons I've given.
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Re: What to do with ‘criminals’, when there are so many...

Postby Gloominary » Thu Mar 16, 2017 8:28 am

And barbie can be a bitch.
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Re: What to do with ‘criminals’, when there are so many...

Postby gib » Thu Mar 16, 2017 2:42 pm

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It is impossible for a human being to go through life not thinking irrationally even if they think of themselves as rational
Also just as irrational decisions are not always bad then rational ones are not always good no matter what the intention
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Re: What to do with ‘criminals’, when there are so many...

Postby WendyDarling » Thu Mar 16, 2017 9:00 pm

:shock: :lol:
I AM OFFICIALLY IN HELL!

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Re: What to do with ‘criminals’, when there are so many...

Postby gib » Thu Mar 16, 2017 10:36 pm

WendyDarling wrote: :shock: :lol:


That's the spirit! :lol:
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It is impossible for a human being to go through life not thinking irrationally even if they think of themselves as rational
Also just as irrational decisions are not always bad then rational ones are not always good no matter what the intention
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