Female, anti feminist, egalitarian.
I'm against sexism of all kinds but there are plenty of blogs whose sole focus is on women but very few even recognise that sexism does not equal Man against Woman.
This blog focuses on Misandry: The hatred, discimination or distrust of men and boys. Pointing out the representation of men in the media, deliberate misinformation/misrepresentation, the demonisation of men in our society and the imbalance this causes.
Rather than think of ourselves as in competition we should cater to everyone as needed.
If you think I'm being unfair to other women just know that I consider all sides of an argument, normally I prefer to be the fence. But for the purposes of this blog I have taken a side so apologies if this offends you.
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poorpoorpitifulme said: Who wouldn’t with justicar though…
Absolutely. My sister said she would have a sex change just for a chance. And he’s only 5’4” which makes him even more adorablehot.
poorpoorpitifulme said: To be fair, the two are not necessarily contradictory as different cultures can have different attitudes and so two different cultures could, potentially, both be misogynistic but one express that with homophobia and one with homosexuality.
How would hatred of gay men even be misogyny in any way though? That’s what I don’t understand. Especially in societies that fiercely protected women, if they considered gay men to be women, why beat and murder them? Also, while male homosexuality was made illegal in the 1800s, female homosexuality has never been illegal in this country, not sure about others but I wouldn’t be surprised.
Also, I meant that I’d seen the same feminists, on the same culture, often even in the same bloody comment, claim that men in ancient times shunned homosexual relationships because misogyny then go on to say that they had relationships with men because misogyny. Something along the lines of: “Ancient societies hated gay men because they took on the female role of being dominated by a man but they hated women so much they would rather fuck each other than any woman”. The anti-porn feminists often use the same “logic” when talking about how gay porn is also hatred, objectification and rape of women because the man on the receiving end represents a woman and that the very essence of femininity is violated in the act.
Now they’re talking about the Sacred Band of Thebes, a highly efficient army of 150 homosexual male couples who fought fiercely alongside each other. And Socrates/Alcibiades.
I love watching feminists battling their doublethink. I’ve seen feminists on history articles or posts on here constantly switching between “men didn’t have sex with other men because they hated women” and “men had sex with other men because they hated women”. Homophobia is part of the patriarchy! Ancient Greek men shagged other men because they hated women!
You know you always see feminists claiming that homophobia is part of the ~patriarchy~ and is technically misogyny and that masculinity is so fragile that men can’t show any kind of affection towards each other lest they be seen as women? Despite the fact that men had always been openly affectionate with each other until mass hysteria over homosexuality and the extreme punishments resulted in the aloofness we have today.
So we always get feminists saying that homophobia is a male construct, that it is just the fear that gay men will treat them how they treat women. I’m just listening to a hangout with three straight guys in their 30s all talking about how they’d all give it a go, try anything once. Particularly with Justicar.
Best event yet XD had a massive turnout, our IC Don chose some new songs for us to play, from the Assassin’s Creed Black Flag in-game soundtrack. Favourite being Health to the Company, gorgeous tune.
Great but brief battle, probably around 1500 or so people on the battlefield. Finally put my bow license to use, only missed my shot twice. Accidentally shot a guy in the eye though, ducked down at just the wrong moment, asked if he was all right then got back to fighting. Got congratulated on the shot XD
Even met a guy who identifies as a feminist but is actually not a twat about it. Though he believes in ~patriarchy~, had quite a long and actually not unpleasant discussion with him on the first night, I posited that a system which screws over or slaughters hundreds of thousands of times more men than it helps is not much of a phallocracy, only less concise. I obviously nitpicked about the “fem” part and quote powerful feminists and laws they’ve made. He said it wasn’t “his” feminism and it’s unique to each person, true enough but why adopt a meaningless label. The next day we were breaking up firewood with a sledgehammer together before time in and he helped us take down our burgundian tent and pack up the van in pouring rain, he even asked if I’ll be at the May event next year. So refreshing to be able to debate such things, actually enjoy it, and still get on and work together.