We’re in the last month of summer now in the Northern Hemisphere, and feminists are at long last crawling out of their mud huts where they’ve been estivating, hiding their pallid bloat from the male gaze and getting ready to go back to school to launch their next round of rape hoaxes. If that means being submissive, that’s fine— feminists can be submissive, too!
This summer, the best dull whine they could muster was on the oppressive nature of air conditioning. I am SO going to report you for harassment and rape once this date is over. At this point, you should stand up and without another word, walk out of the restaurant, never to return. It just means you making sure you’re getting what you want.
As a warm up for the autumn man-trapping season, feminists are working on weaponizing dating, training hard for their chance to embarrass and shame unwary men for the crime of being men. Lea Rose writes “Don’t be ashamed, don’t even hesitate to label yourself a feminist.” Likewise, a man should not hesitate to ask if his date labels herself in this way. Safety tip: reshaping your eyebrows will make it harder for her to pick you out of the inevitable police lineup that will follow. Men usually consume more calories than women generally, but it is unclear that feminists follow this pattern. Women hate both taking responsibility and being accountable, and feminists are no exception – they’ll force a man to pay 18 years of child support and deny men abortion rights by claiming “it is my body” as if years of men’s financial enslavement don’t involve those men’s bodies at all. Lea Rose is saying that women are entitled to use men’s bodies and sexuality however women want.
Another, named Lea Rose Emery, has a new article up at the feminist rag entitled “7 Ways To Inject Feminism Into Your Dating Life, Because It’s About Damn Time.” Charming. In the spirit of gender equality that feminists purport is the core of feminism, I’d like to review Lea Rose’s “7 Ways” to see if they are sexist, or, if men can use them in the same fashion that feminists do. The solution is to get some drive-thru burgers on the way to pick her up and wolf them down before you arrive. Nothing shows more disrespect for your date than showing up filthy and ill-dressed. If you let her know that she is both expected to pay her share of both money and sex, you’ll signify that you are a no-nonsense guy who won’t put up with her tedious shit nor take “no” for an answer. But seriously, Lea Rose, shouldn’t women have to ask for consent from men, too?
This will make the feminist feel like a blimp as you pick at your scant food while she is stuffing her face. Men love to be seen in public with stylish, attractive women and I imagine that women hate going out with slovenly men as well – it paints those women as cheap and well, feminist. Or are you too much a female supremacist to see that? Be Picky I agree – if she is too old (even at age 22), too fat, too hirsute, too mannish, too girlish, too poor, too angry, too ugly, too sexually incontinent, or whatever, don’t even bother being civil to her.
She’ll still feel bad when she eats 80% of your food while only paying half the bill – if, of course, she pays anything at all, or feels guilt at all. Riding a moped might be fun but you don’t want your buddies to see you doing it.
That doesn’t mean you should be on top with a whip every night if that’s not your thing, it just means getting what you want.
Lea Rose writes: Just like with dating, you should be dictating what happens in the bedroom some of the time.
If setting impossible standards is okay for a feminist, it is okay for a man, too. Because dating a feminist sounds like a nightmare to me, and you should make her go through exactly the same thing.
Once he stumbled onto Girl Writes What's videos, August Løvenskiolds, aka The Bibo Sez, started eating red pills like they were tic-tacs.
He likes debating feminists, but knows this stage will pass soon enough.
“I don’t like him,” I told my new boyfriend Liam*, a professional comedian.
“I don’t think he’s funny.” I could have left it at that, but I didn’t.
“And also, I think it’s a sign of cultural misogyny that he gets paired with beautiful women in movies, and we never see similarly schlubby women with conventionally hot men.”We were holding hands as we walked down a snowy street in my neighborhood, and I felt Liam’s hand stiffen.