Effect of Feminism 93. Yes, I know it's an anecdote and not necessarily that telling.. Hey guys. Wanted to share my story with you, as my friend group has been
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Effect of Feminism 93

Effect of Feminism 93. Yes, I know it's an anecdote and not necessarily that telling.. Hey guys. Wanted to share my story with you, as my friend group has been

Yes, I know it's an anecdote and not necessarily that telling.

Hey guys. Wanted to share my story with you, as my friend group has
been recently asking me why it is I hate feminists so much, Been a fan of
your page for a while, so I know you' ll read this,
I find the whole idea of 'Rape Culture' to be a joke, as it pins all men as
rapists, Back in September, I went to a party, and hooked up with a
sober/ girl, There was obvious consent. We' d been making out on the
couch for a bit, and then I looked her in the eyes, said 'Wanna go
upstairs?' and she giggled and said 'hell yeah", I learn at a later date
that this was not a single girl, Word gets out that we' d had sex, and her
boyfriend confronts her, To avoid the shame of cheating, she
immediately cries rape. Her boyfriend takes this to campus authorities,
and I got put on academic suspension until the whole case got sorted
out, court and all, Obviously, I was found innocent, seeing as I' m not in
jail, This did however cause me to lose my entire first semester of college
credit, thatl still paid for. I had to leave CASU, because even though I
had been proven innocents still had the stigma about me feom people
who believed her, I lost a grand total of 515, 000 on that school, and
had to uproot and relocate my entire life because a girl called me out for
a crime I didn' t commit, The worst bit is, thanks to all the 'rape culture‘
******** going around, convincing girls that all straight white males are
physiologically wired to rape them, most of the people who heard about
this believed her,
I also find the court system ridiculously favouring women. My girlfriend
Kat was in a house wiw an obviously abusive mother, After a
hysterectomy, she went completely hormonally imbalanced and became
physically and mentally abusive to Eat. The girl' s been scarred by her
mother, and is permanently screwed up and terrified of people because
of the mental wounds her mother left. when her fewer heard about
this, they went to court for divorce. Obviously, her fewer got custody
right?
Wrong.
Her father, a man wiw no criminal record, an employee of the US
Government with a stable income, and no history of menial disorder, lost
custody to her mother: An abusive woman with an assault on her
record, a history of manic depressive bipolar disorder, and a substitute
teacher with a varying wage.
But patriarchy, right?
It' s ridiculous to think that her life got screwed up even longer by her
mother, simply because the court gave her custody on the grounds that
she was a woman. I don' t care if she' s the one who gave birth to her,
she still has the capability to be a horrible person. Custody should be
based on parenting skills, not genitalia,
So there you have it, The reason I consider myself egalitarian and hate
on radical feminists as much as I do, Anyone who would say thatl would
probably have raped that girl anyway because I' m a as white male, or
would have given custody to Kat' s mother simply because she physically
gave birth to her, is absolute SENT in my eyes.
Do I support equal rights for women? Of course I do, and I admire the
people who strand for that, as long as they don' t infringe upon the rights
of men,
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User avatar #32 - strigt (06/07/2014) [-]
Disproving Feminism with simple logic:
Point A: Women can be raped.
Point B: Feminism wants women to be equal to men.
Point C: Men can be raped.
Point D: Any cause whose goal is equality is a just cause and deserves promotion.
Point E: Any deviation of point D is considered unjust and therefore must be removed.

If A and B are both true then C must be true.
But Feminists claim that Point C is false.
Therefore, either A or B is false.
Expanding upon that:
Given that A is always true, then B must be false and Feminists do not want equality with men.
Therefore, E is in play and the modern Feminist movement must be abandoned.
#85 to #32 - John Cena (06/07/2014) [-]
Feminists do not claim C is false. That's a lie.
User avatar #37 to #32 - pestrey (06/07/2014) [-]
Any true feminist would not claim point C is not true. They're ignorant radicals if they think otherwise (:
#48 to #37 - John Cena (06/07/2014) [-]
not all muslims are bad, yet ppl still joke about bombs under their turbans anyways.
we look at/joke about the worst of others to feel better about ourselves.
so there are no true feminist, like there are no girls on the internet.
User avatar #4 - alexandrz (06/06/2014) [-]
A woman should face the same sentence as a man who has committed rape if she presses false allegations, and a special third party should evaluate each parent before custody is determined.

Thank God I'm a faggot immune to the evil of wemyn.
User avatar #9 to #4 - irrelevantcitizen (06/06/2014) [-]
We had a case earlier this year (i think) in Germany. Female student dragged one male teacher to court and he was found guilty - for rape which he didn't commit ever. As far as I remember he even was in prison for some time until the student broke down and told everyone. The sad thing is that this happens on a regular basis.

The worst case of courts featuring women had occurred a few years before that. Husband found out that his wife was laundering money professionally for a big german bank. He filed charges against her. Instead of her going to prison, she managed (with the help of the (female) justice minister of Bavaria) to send him to a closed hospital for the mentally instable (he was drugged, co communication etc.) for 7 (!) whole years. Both the wife and the minster are still free.
#11 to #9 - John Cena (06/06/2014) [-]
User avatar #10 to #9 - alexandrz (06/06/2014) [-]
Please don't tell me about these things. I get angry and sad, and it ruins my day.
User avatar #12 to #10 - irrelevantcitizen (06/06/2014) [-]
To be fair, this was the most extreme case I've ever heard of. One time a documentary film team got to interview him while imprisoned in the hospital. It was actually very sad to see him vegetating there with no hope left in his eyes.

Luckily, he's free - at least for now, while a new trial is opened, this time just to prove his wife guilty.
User avatar #22 to #4 - adu (06/06/2014) [-]
Facing the same sentence is not a good idea. Maybe reparations, but not the same sentence. That will reduce the number of ACTUAL rapes that get reported, because the justice system is far, FAR from perfect and actual victims would rather bury the pain than risk years of their life in prison in the event that the lawyer or jury doesn't come through.
#27 to #22 - boxinabox ONLINE (06/07/2014) [-]
I don't see how it would cause actual rapes to go unreported, because it's pretty easy to tell if an actual rape happened. you'd (probably) see signs of violence, bruising, cuts, and then obviously have DNA from semen, saliva, you get the point.

I agree with alexandrz in that the accuser should face the same charges if it can be proven that it wasn't rape, but either consensual/didn't happen, but i also think that it's ridiculously unfair that when these allegations are shown to be false, the woman who made the claim stays anonymous, while the guy's face and name are shown and his life's ruined.
User avatar #28 to #27 - adu (06/07/2014) [-]
It would very obviously cause almost every rape to go unreported, because the person pressing charges risks themselves being criminally punished if the justice system doesn't come through for them. And DNA, semen, saliva evidence can only prove that they had sex, not that it was rape. Many rapes happen while the victim isn't even conscious, often due to drugging.
#30 to #28 - boxinabox ONLINE (06/07/2014) [-]
There needs to be some form of deterrent to keep the petty cases, like someone saying they were raped because a guy looked at them in a way they didn't like, from the real rape cases. I don't see how DNA testing wouldn't prove it because yes it proves they had sex, and rape is non-consensual sex. plain and simple. And if they're drugged, it's even more evidence because residual effects of whatever they were drugged with could still be in their system, and sampled and used as evidence
User avatar #31 to #30 - adu (06/07/2014) [-]
Many date rape drugs completely metabolize within 24 hours. No department is going to be able to get a sample that fast unless the person reports IMMEDIATELY, which is rare. And yes, DNA testing does prove that someone had sex, but not that they were raped. That's the point I was trying to make. If a person had consenting sex but wanted to report it as a rape, they would have all the DNA evidence they would need, which is why it's not totally reliable. The deterrent for reporting false rape would be paying court fines and reparations to the accused, and in my opinion the case should remain completely private until the point of a verdict.
#33 to #31 - boxinabox ONLINE (06/07/2014) [-]
I think we need to clarify what rape is. In my mind, rape is non-consensual sex, violent or not. a guy grabbing a girls boobs without permission isn't rape, it's sexual abuse.
rape = sexual abuse, sexual abuse =/= rape. the terms aren't interchangeable.

That being said, the deterrent, whatever it may be, is designed to get rid of the cases where a girl regrets having sex with some dude the morning after, a day after, even a week after. The testing for date rape drugs would be useful in the morning after/day after cases. It is a good point though, if a person consenting to sex wanted to report it as rape, most of the evidence would be there. That's where it becomes tough, because you need solid evidence either way to make a just verdict, but it's not as simple as if there's no evidence, do nothing. The only thing i can think of logically is that if it were a rape, there would be some sort of physical harm done to the victim, some witness, something. It's an extremely difficult situation, made only more difficult because it's so touchy with the public.
The private until a verdict is made thing should be implemented asap. I feel like a special exception should be taken with alleged rape cases, to keep the identities of both victim and aggressor anonymous until it's 100% certain who was at fault

User avatar #34 to #33 - adu (06/07/2014) [-]
The only way I could support giving the accuser the same sentence as the alleged rapist is if the claims were PROVEN to be false, and not simply discarded by lack of evidence. Presence of malicious intent and evidence that the accuser KNOWS they are lying about their accusations would be enough for me to feel such a harsh verdict would be justified. This would mean that the three possible outcomes of a rape trial would be: guilty, inconclusive evidence, or false charges.

Also keep in mind that many cases of rape do not have signs of a struggle. Aside from rapes on unconscious victims, rapes of blackmail, rapes under hostage duress, or rapes at gunpoint can go without resistance due to fear for one's life, reputation, or loved ones.
#35 to #34 - boxinabox ONLINE (06/07/2014) [-]
I completely agree
User avatar #13 - sweetsighlullaby (06/06/2014) [-]
My freshman year I was raped. I was tutoring a man who was about 5 years older than I was and, when he showed up for tutoring, he convinced me to go to his house because the library was "too crowded" and I was in an all girls dorm at the time. He drove to his place and, after he invited me inside, he forced himself on me. He told me that I had agreed to sex when I had agreed to "tutor" him and that I deserved it for "leading him on". When I told him no (repeatedly) and physically fought to get away, he knocked me out and tied me down. That morning I was bruised and bleeding, but when I went to campus police they told me that I had no case and to stop "lying" about being drunk and consenting. On the police report, they wrote that I seemed "hungover" because I was "hysterical and disheveled". One of the officers went as far as to snort and laugh when I said I had been sodomized by the man. Needless to say, the charges were dropped and I went on with my life; but, he always comes into my work place for lunch and asks if I want to "tutor" him again. Every time I go to the gym, he appears and asks if I need help "working my body out". I agree that this whole feminism thing has devalued the true meaning of rape, but it happens both ways. It hurts everyone; men, women, true victims, etc. **** feminism.
User avatar #20 to #13 - unusualember (06/06/2014) [-]
This reminds me SO much of the stories of rape in the military. I'm really sorry that happened to you and I hope you got or get the help you need.
#38 to #13 - John Cena (06/07/2014) [-]
If you had injuries, how could there not have been an investigation? And there must have been physical evidence.
User avatar #77 to #38 - sweetsighlullaby (06/07/2014) [-]
There was evidence. I had contusions on my face and bruises on my wrists and ankles. The police suggested I wear jeans and a sweater until my "drunken mishaps" didn't show. They joked about rough sex. I didn't want to deal with it after that. If no one was going to believe me, why try?
User avatar #40 to #13 - solareyes (06/07/2014) [-]
This makes me rage so ******* much it's not even funny. My heart goes out to you and I'm so proud that you were strong enough to get through this. Like holy **** that must've been awful.
User avatar #42 to #13 - stripey (06/07/2014) [-]
that's really terrible :c
User avatar #52 to #13 - alexandrz (06/07/2014) [-]
Smash the ******** face in with a rock.
User avatar #68 to #13 - bbboy (06/07/2014) [-]
Agree to "tutor" him again but when you walk into his house stab him in the stomach and or chest. ****** needs it
#70 to #13 - neoexdeath ONLINE (06/07/2014) [-]
Well obviously the answer is to take him up on it, then rape the **** out of HIM. Karma returns to balance, and all will be right with the world...Yknow, probably, maybe, it could happen...If you have a good lawyer, I mean...
User avatar #71 to #70 - neoexdeath ONLINE (06/07/2014) [-]
Meanwhile, in the serious corner, you could take him up on it...while having a number of friends over, and a camera recording. Have the friends hidden in the house, record the evidence, and have them intervene before it goes too far once again.
User avatar #75 to #71 - sweetsighlullaby (06/07/2014) [-]
That wouldn't be rape. If I tricked him into it, then I would have to consent to some degree. I am not, and never will be, the type of girl that consents and takes it back at the last minute. I believe that, once you've said yes the first time, there is no going back, no matter how scary or weird the guy gets.

Anyhow, it's not that big a deal. I survived and he didn't kill me doing it, so I think I'm very blessed just to have that. Really tho, the guy is the next patrick bateman and I've silently sabotaged every effort he has tried to get laid. I don't have much control over the summer, but every time he adds someone on facebook or twitter, I make sure they know what he is capable of. He hasn't gotten laid in months.
User avatar #79 to #13 - memeinmycoffee (06/07/2014) [-]
I don't see how feminism devalues your rape when feminists are the people who are fighting for a society where rape is taken more seriously.
User avatar #121 to #79 - sweetsighlullaby (06/08/2014) [-]
There are so many "rape" claims now from women who weren't even assaulted. There is a feminist club at my college that posts fliers about their "rape" experiences, where a guy stared at them too long, or where a man touched their hand while they were reaching for something at the same time. It's just ridiculous that the people who actually need help are disregarded because it is assumed to be another hyperbole of accidental contact.
User avatar #90 to #79 - wesselite (06/07/2014) [-]
it could be due to rape being given wider grounds. It leads to rape not being seen as serious due to it being seen as less serious.
or something, I can't explain it right.
#95 to #13 - shabadaka (06/07/2014) [-]
Damn...that's really sad
#14 to #13 - teranin ONLINE (06/06/2014) [-]
Wow that story is 			*******		 terrible.  There are things you could have done, in hindsight, like demanding their badge numbers and taking that to local non-campus police, but still, it is important to know that while we don't live in a rape culture (rapists are the most hated and reviled humans there are, many being beaten to death before their cases complete regardless of guilt) there are definitely still some 			******		 mother 			*******		 who will just blow off or ignore a person trying to press charges.  Those people disgust me, both for not doing their job and for treating a person filing a police report with derision.  I hope they got/get what's coming to them.
Wow that story is ******* terrible. There are things you could have done, in hindsight, like demanding their badge numbers and taking that to local non-campus police, but still, it is important to know that while we don't live in a rape culture (rapists are the most hated and reviled humans there are, many being beaten to death before their cases complete regardless of guilt) there are definitely still some ****** mother ******* who will just blow off or ignore a person trying to press charges. Those people disgust me, both for not doing their job and for treating a person filing a police report with derision. I hope they got/get what's coming to them.
User avatar #15 to #14 - sweetsighlullaby (06/06/2014) [-]
I'm a criminal justice major. I really considered going to the county police, but when I talked to a few of my professors, they told me not to. One of my teachers, a lawyer, told me that I would meet the same fate at the county department and that it wasn't worth it. Honestly, if I could go back, I would have killed the ****** . I keep a knife in my back pocket at all times, but I thought he would stop and, by the time I realized he wasn't going to, he was slamming my head into the floor. I've always thought of myself as strong and empowered because I can take down almost any guy that comes my way. The last time I got in a serious fist fight, I broke the guy's tooth and nose. But I didn't expect someone to rape me. I didn't expect someone who made good grades and seemed nice and worked as a nurse to force himself on me. I thought it was a bad joke. I really did. I never imagined that something like that could happen to me.
#16 to #15 - teranin ONLINE (06/06/2014) [-]
Stabbing, yes, stabbing is good. The professors work for the school, if you had brought suit against the school because the campus police had ignored you they would have lost their title IX funding from the government, likely they were trying to keep it hush-hush to protect their jobs, those **** excuses for human beings.

Well, spouting what you could have done doesn't help. I feel for you, and **** all those evil pieces of **** involved.
User avatar #17 to #16 - sweetsighlullaby (06/06/2014) [-]
I don't know, man. I trust my teachers. They are good people. Not saying they wouldn't look out for themselves, but they helped a lot and Crutchfield paid for my hospital visit and gyno appointment cause I couldn't afford them. But I agree, the men working for campus PD are scum.

But **** happens and I'm over it. It taught me to be a bit more wary and a tad tougher, which I needed. Lesson learned.
User avatar #18 to #17 - teranin ONLINE (06/06/2014) [-]
Well, good for you being able to work through it, and not letting yourself stay a victim. That kind of internal strength is uncommon, to say the least.
User avatar #67 to #17 - azumeow (06/07/2014) [-]
"It taught me to be a bit more wary and a tad tougher, which I needed. Lesson learned."

This is probably the only reason I wouldn't go back and undo what happened to me about five years ago. I'm glad you can see what happened to you in this light.

Keep fighting, and remember (I don't know if you blame yourself for what happened, but I did for a long time and sometimes still do): it's not your fault. It's not any of our faults. Someone made the conscious choice to take advantage of us, and while we have to live with that, we don't have to be consumed by it.
User avatar #78 to #67 - sweetsighlullaby (06/07/2014) [-]
You don't know how relieved I am to hear someone say it happened to them too. Not that I'm glad about what happened to you, but I have felt so alone about this. My friends all laughed it off as a joke and said that, "You already have sex with other people willingly, what's the difference?" Thanks for posting. Thanks for understanding.
User avatar #82 to #78 - azumeow (06/07/2014) [-]
Dammit I had a nice reply all typed out and **** then I accidentally hit escape and blah.

Basically, I know how that feels too. The ***** who did it were my friends, I lost other friends because of the resulting PTSD (though the other friends were ****** people anyway) and I had to make nice with one of the ***** until the end of high school because I didn't want to cause issues by pressing charges. Hell, I refused to acknowledge what happened for nearly a year.
User avatar #120 to #82 - sweetsighlullaby (06/08/2014) [-]
It's hard... you already feel awful about what happened and the people who are supposed to support and love you make you feel worse or like it's your fault. If you ever need to talk, message me. This convo helped me actually. Thanks
User avatar #69 to #16 - bbboy (06/07/2014) [-]
It is so hard to read that comment when you have that picture
User avatar #45 to #15 - toddingram (06/07/2014) [-]
**** man. I'm ******* sorry, I honestly hope that bastard gets whats coming to him.
#59 - mooproxy ONLINE (06/07/2014) [-]
User avatar #43 to #26 - pitifulsoul (06/07/2014) [-]
Then comes another stranger
#53 - avarius (06/07/2014) [-]
The US legal system is a 			*******		 joke, no its even worse.   
Here you'd never be able to pull such 			****		 and get away with it...
The US legal system is a ******* joke, no its even worse.
Here you'd never be able to pull such **** and get away with it...
User avatar #54 to #53 - teranin ONLINE (06/07/2014) [-]
here is where, exactly?
User avatar #55 to #54 - cvitza (06/07/2014) [-]
RIGHT FUKKEN HER OKAY?
#56 to #55 - teranin ONLINE (06/07/2014) [-]
oh, I'll fukken her, alright...
oh, I'll fukken her, alright...
#58 to #56 - cvitza (06/07/2014) [-]
hahahah nice I hoped you would see the opportunity and that you would take it

AND YOU DID
#6 - thelizardlord (06/06/2014) [-]
Dear Feminazis. I wrote this for you.
#29 to #6 - biodead (06/07/2014) [-]
Damn it, that's beautiful!
Damn it, that's beautiful!
User avatar #39 to #6 - starblood (06/07/2014) [-]
I'm sorry but you severely misunderstand the goals of feminism.
implying that this is a message to all feminists
User avatar #51 to #39 - thelizardlord (06/07/2014) [-]
If I type "Dear Feminazis. I wrote this for you.", why would you assume it's directed towards all feminists?
User avatar #114 to #51 - starblood (06/07/2014) [-]
Sorry, I've heard the term "feminazis" actually used to describe feminists in general
but yeah I agree with your message for the very very few feminists who believe that
#87 to #6 - John Cena (06/07/2014) [-]
powerarmor/10 would read again
User avatar #80 - memeinmycoffee (06/07/2014) [-]
Feminists don't want this, well, good ones don't anyway. All of the people on this site sound like they've never had a conversation with an actual feminist who knows the principles of the concept.

Crying false rape isn't a problem of feminism, it's a problem of ****** people.
#62 - icecoldkilla (06/07/2014) [-]
I saved this as a document at my school and the teacher found it. I'm now suspended for two days.
User avatar #63 to #62 - teranin ONLINE (06/07/2014) [-]
What? Why would you get suspended for this? Were they butthurt about the political view or something?
#84 to #63 - John Cena (06/07/2014) [-]
no dummy, they know what this "effect of feminism part 2347234" series is about and they try to make the younglings, your **** aims at, understand, that this is not acceptable in the real world.
User avatar #89 to #84 - teranin ONLINE (06/07/2014) [-]
Yes, it is. Contestation of ideology, especially one of gender superiority, is acceptable. It may not be widely accepted, but the behavior of doing so is well within an individual's rights and the grounds of the first amendment, since it is not hate-speech nor is it threats of violence.
#92 to #89 - John Cena (06/07/2014) [-]
1. No it's not, the story of our youngling proves that.
2. This is sexist hate speech for a very simple reason: You call something "feminism" that clearly is not feminism.
#97 to #92 - teranin ONLINE (06/07/2014) [-]
1: No, it proves his principle is an asshat
2: Ok, couple of things, first off, even if you were right that I was calling something feminism that is not feminism, that has nothing to do with sexism. If anything, that would be misrepresenting an ideology/political movement, not disrespecting an entire gender. If I rip on taoism, I'm not ripping on the chinese, I'm ripping on an ideology. If I rip on Hinduism, I'm ripping on an ideology, not Indians. If I rip on mormons, I'm not ripping on white people, I'm ripping on an ideology. Second, I am not misrepresenting feminism, you only think I am. The things being attributed to feminism in this anecdote ARE results of feminist lobbying/activism/dogma.
#107 to #97 - John Cena (06/07/2014) [-]
to elaborate this even further: One more aspect that shows you're a sexist hate-speaker is that spreading these image of women is "your thing". You do that for months, years, and you are very persistently dealing with comments that show up, trying to argue everything out of the way, always having the last word, because your opponents give up long before you.

This isn't a story you found and thought to share, it's a systematically ongoing campagn that shows what's going on inside you.

Why do you do this? Tell us a little about the inside of a whiny man-bitch. Were you disappointed by women? Are you a supreme gentleman women did not value? Let me guess: Of course not. You're a totally regular guy and have no problem with women at all, right? ;-) Then what's your story?
User avatar #115 to #107 - teranin ONLINE (06/07/2014) [-]
spreading these image of women

No, spreading my contestation of feminism through example and presentation. A great many of these effect of feminism posts are simply statistics, or blatant examples of cultural misandry, and don't even involve women.

"and you are very persistently dealing with comments that show up, trying to argue everything out of the way, always having the last word, because your opponents give up long before you. "

If you're going to put a statement out in the public eye, it is your job to defend that statement, or rescind it if you cannot defend it. I have actually rescinded a few of these effect of feminism posts in the past, because I was convinced by compelling arguments on their specific statements. Your lack of determination to refute points I am determined to defend is your problem, not mine.

This isn't a story you found and thought to share, it's a systematically ongoing campagn that shows what's going on inside you.

Yes, I am an advocate against the ideology of feminism. I engage in advocacy on several websites. Taking that knowledge and psychoanalyzing me on it is foolish, as it is the only thing you know.

"Why do you do this? Tell us a little about the inside of a whiny man-bitch. Were you disappointed by women? Are you a supreme gentleman women did not value? Let me guess: Of course not. You're a totally regular guy and have no problem with women at all, right? ;-) Then what's your story?"

I have no problem with women and never have. I have a problem with the ideology and movement of feminism, and the actions said movement has taken in establishing a narrative of misandry in our culture (teach men not to rape, ads/tv shows almsot always paint men as ******* retarded, etc) and establishing severe inequality in several areas due to it's legislating and lobbying arm. Thanks to feminism, female genital mutilation is not legal in the united states, regardless of muslim religious freedom, however male genital mutilation is still good to go! Had feminism been for equality, they would have ended genital mutilation in general, not merely the kind that hurts women. Thanks to feminism, debtors prisons have been ressurected in the form of child support enforcement, an archaic practice deemed too inhumane over a century ago is now exclusively being aimed at men. Thanks to feminism, both men and women have the power to vote, although only one of those groups has to sign a potential blank check to the government for up to and including their life in order to be allowed to vote. Selective Service registration was offered to the feminists, and they turned it down, instead choosing power without responsibility. Thanks to feminism, college campuses in the united states use a very loose preponderance of evidence burden of proof when dealing with sexual assault cases, making a mockery of "innocent until proven guilty", this coming as a direct result of feminist ideologues misrepresenting statistics to the public and lobbying for more and more draconian Title IX measures.

I can continue for a long time about all the ways feminism has done things to cause inequality, rather than equality, always in favor of women, but I imagine you stopped reading that **** the minute I said anything other than "a woman did such and such".

I have a mother, a stepmother, and 3 sisters. I love them all dearly, and they are all brilliant, independent, good people. I do not now, nor will I ever, harbor a hatred for any person based on biological circumstances they did not choose. I get that you want so desperately to debunk my points by painting me in a negative light (that's called an ad hominem, by the way) but I'm afraid you'll have to find another way to make yourself feel better in the face of your worldview being challenged, because you're not going to make any headway with these tactics.
#124 to #115 - John Cena (06/09/2014) [-]
Part 1 of 2

Indeed I am not interested in that huge block of your speech where you do nothing else but rage about women. Yes yes, you call it raging against "feminism". I could pick up any of the points you make and argue, my first choice would be showing how it's hilariously ignorant to compare male and female circumcision. But it's not the point here.

Why are you so concerned about feminism? Why this and not something else? There are countless problems in the world, so why did you pick feminism and are obviously very passionate about it? I know one person cannot fight against every problem, choices have to be made, but there always is a reason. You provide none. Out of the blue, anti-feminism became your mission. You have no personal problem with women, no negative experiences, nothing.
#125 to #124 - John Cena (06/09/2014) [-]
Part 2 of 2

I don't believe that. You don't mention a girlfriend, so how does love and sex work for you? Do women reject you? Are you a virgin? Or, since you spend so much time online and made yourself a known figure in an online community, are you socially awkward and just made anti-feminism your thing because it makes you popular and respected among younger versions of yourself?

It has to be something, you should really spice up your story.
#112 to #107 - John Cena (06/07/2014) [-]
hold your thought, mate, I'm now off for bbq with ma bitch. I'll repeat my question on your next sexist hate speech that we'll surely see tomorrow.

I wish you a nice evening with your futile mission.
#116 to #112 - teranin ONLINE (06/07/2014) [-]
>			************		 calls me sexist and tries to shame me away from standing by my political views   
>			************		 ends the conversation with a sexist remark.   
   
ohhh you trolling 			****		, you got me good.
> ************ calls me sexist and tries to shame me away from standing by my political views
> ************ ends the conversation with a sexist remark.

ohhh you trolling **** , you got me good.

#123 to #116 - John Cena (06/09/2014) [-]
Hello there, you misogynist asshole, it's me again, you very own "troll". ;-) I, so you know, really don't mind you calling me a troll, because what I say stands for itself and I know you can't leave reasonable objections to your case uncommented, because they would neutralize your manipulative influence on the weak minded. So when I make a good point, like I always do, you have to respond to that point. Well, at least as long as your ****** content is in rotation. Then it won't be enough to explain how and why I should be troll, because that would leave the good points I make untouched.

And for your information only: I had to go and I had bbq with my bitch. It was kind of me to let you know, because back there I was not yet sure that you are a misogynist asshole and I thought you might deserve my kindness. That, of course, belongs to the past now.
#126 to #123 - teranin ONLINE (06/09/2014) [-]
Are you actually trying to convince me not to take this whole thing as you being malicious and misrepresentative to egg me into an emotional outburst, and instead actually believe you to be so stupid that you can call someone else a misogynist and consistently attempt to shame them while being the kind of ******* misogynist who dehumanizes women by referring to them as "bitch" publicly?

No, I'm going with malice, I refuse to believe anyone is that stupid. Good job keeping me going as long as you did.
#127 to #126 - John Cena (06/09/2014) [-]
The trick is that I give a flying **** what you do or think. It doesn't matter at ******* all. Because I know your type and that there is no reasoning with you. And you know that you cannot manipulate me with your rethorics, so you are not at all interested in me and my opinion or my reasoning. The only thing you care about is how I re-influence your target-audience with my reasonable points.

And my points speak for themselves. I could be the biggest asshole on the planet and still my points make sense. Like in your latest "male privilege"-"content". People will simply see that an aggressive reaction is not gender-specific and your "point" volatilises. Feasting on me calling my wife a "bitch" won't make a difference. It just makes you appear as a superficial politically correct ******* , I don't see that impressing anybody on FunnyJunk.
#128 to #127 - teranin ONLINE (06/09/2014) [-]
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#130 to #128 - John Cena (06/09/2014) [-]
hey, why did you restrict viewing your profile to registered members all of a sudden? Next thing we see is you forbid anonymous comments on your **** , huh?

Really, you don't have to be scared mate. I'm like totally harmless.
User avatar #131 to #130 - teranin ONLINE (06/09/2014) [-]
If you're going to pull kiddy crap with me, do it with a registered account. Then you can make a name for yourself as trollkingmaster!
#132 to #131 - John Cena (06/09/2014) [-]
as I said: If it was kiddy crap, you wouldn't feel the need to respond.
#129 to #128 - John Cena (06/09/2014) [-]
Why should be scared? That's not my point. You try to label me a troll, that's my response. And I am right, you do continue to reply to my good points. Your replies contradict your claim I would be a troll.
#104 to #97 - John Cena (06/07/2014) [-]
1. Great argument. I bet that there's no school where a young boy is found favoring this **** will be congratulated or no comment will be made at all. Even on FunnyJunk more and more people speak out against this daily dose of sexist hate-speech.

2a. I just notice there are even two reasons why your lil stories are sexist. First as I said cuz they tryna discredit feminism. That is sexist because feminism wants to strengthen womens rights. You try to hinder that, thereby try to hinder women gaining more rights.

2b. It's furthermore sexist because in all your stories women are depicted as evil. Here we have a girl that cheats on her boyfriend, does not tell the guy she cheats with she has a boyfriend (the guy, am I not right, would of course have refused to have sex with her, had he known) and then sets up him badly, kinda destroying his life. The mother, then, is evil too, she is even abusive due to women-specific problem (hormons). The man, again, is a great guy.

That's sexist.
#106 to #104 - teranin ONLINE (06/07/2014) [-]
1: "more people speak out against this daily dose of sexist hate speech" There is no sexism, it's not hate speech, and barely anyone contests it.

2a: discrediting an ideology does not oppress women. I posit these points to show that feminism is for female superiority. Preventing superiority through ideological contestation does not amount to some **** like "make me a sandwich". Get a grip ******** .

2b: I'll admit, this anecdote does have a few examples of women doing negative things. Did you read the whole part about Kat, however? The girl who was getting wronged, who was a good person that got ****** over by a system tainted by feminism? Or did you conveniently ignore that because it blows your assertion out of the ******* water?
#108 to #106 - John Cena (06/07/2014) [-]
1. you're in denial
2. I could only reapeat myself
3. See.
User avatar #113 to #108 - teranin ONLINE (06/07/2014) [-]
1: Claiming I'm in denial because I refute your assertions is the tactic of a person who has given up rational debate and devolved into "nu-uh!" argument tactics. Pathetic.

2: Your repeating yourself would not make your original point correct, you would remain just as incorrect as you were previously.

3: Again, claiming I am in denial due to my decision not to simply agree with you is the tactic of a person who has given up on rational debate.

We're done here, So long as you misconstrue my ideological contestations as sexism I feel no need to argue with you, as any time you're cleanly refuted you'll certainly fall into a pattern of attempted shaming tactics and bad strawmen.
#64 to #63 - icecoldkilla (06/07/2014) [-]
Something like that... The principal told me something like, "This isn't helping the cause of equality and if you aren't a part of the solution you're a part of the problem." On my suspension slip they put the cause as "public display of sexism"
#66 to #64 - teranin ONLINE (06/07/2014) [-]
I would have told him to re-read it, or take your place in english class, because he's getting confused over the difference between contesting an ideology and misogyny. Explain to him that the statements made in that document paint a factual picture of the truth about feminism, which is a movement for improving the rights/privileges of women under the guise of doing so for equality. If that doesn't work, ask him if female genital mutilation is still practiced in the united states, and if not what political movement got it illegalized. Then, ask him, if that movement is truly for equality, why is male genital mutilation still legal? Surely, had they been for equality, they would have fought for no more genital mutilation on humans, and not only one specific gender as that would cause a blatant inequity of treatment. If he says something like "they couldn't stop circumcision because of the religious freedom of the jews" remind him that they had no problem stepping all over the religious freedom of muslims to end FGM, why are jews not put through the same scrutiny and why are 120 male babies dying every year from circumcision in the USA. Ask him if a movement pushing for equality would hold signs up saying "Men can stop rape" when a CDC study from 2010 www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/pdf/nisvs_report2010-a.pdf clearly states that there are a near equal number of men being forced to penetrate as there are women being forcibly penetrated in the United States, and as such the implication that only men rape is irresponsible, disingenuous, and promotes a continued marginalization of male victims AND an untrue characterization of men in general.

Tell him you are a part of the solution, and feminism is the problem.
User avatar #73 to #66 - thatguyontheright ONLINE (06/07/2014) [-]
If true, I bet he didn't read most of it.
User avatar #74 to #64 - TheHutchie (06/07/2014) [-]
How is is "public" if a teacher had to find it? If it was a public display, you'd have been specifically drawing attention to it.

Just goes to show how narrow-minded and ignorant this kind of person actually is. They don't care about right or wrong, just that things don't go against their ideas.
#72 to #64 - John Cena (06/07/2014) [-]
I doubt it.
#65 to #64 - icecoldkilla (06/07/2014) [-]
Just nonsense. Big surprise...
#41 - murillable (06/07/2014) [-]
Never thought it was possible to be jealous of gay guys until I read this.
pic semi related
User avatar #19 - unusualember (06/06/2014) [-]
What really pisses me off about false rape accusations is that they make everyone look at the real rape cases with suspicion. Those people have already been through enough without people thinking they're lying.
#1 - silversamuri ONLINE (06/06/2014) [-]
I'm sorry but I can't read stuff like this anymore, I just can't. I have so little faith left in humanity that too much of this 			****		 will make me depressed.
I'm sorry but I can't read stuff like this anymore, I just can't. I have so little faith left in humanity that too much of this **** will make me depressed.
#2 to #1 - teranin ONLINE (06/06/2014) [-]
understandable. Go with Goku, friend.
#3 to #1 - John Cena (06/06/2014) [-]
I feel you bro. We need to get a bunch of us together, rob a military base for a nuke and blow the world up.
#44 - walmartysnextghost (06/07/2014) [-]
jesus ******* christ we already knows that everyone on funnyjunk thinks exactly like this, the horse is now a fine paste, it's time to stop hitting the poor thing.
User avatar #61 to #44 - mooproxy ONLINE (06/07/2014) [-]
You could say the same about the holocaust or 9/11. People still whine about those, and it's gone beyond the state of grinding the metaphorical horse into powder.

At least feminism is a relatively current matter.
#46 to #44 - John Cena (06/07/2014) [-]
to hate and to understand the hate is very different.
ppl can hate something just because their peers hate a thing(ie:feminism)
but when u understand why the hate arises , u can make ur own decision on whether to continue hating said thing(feminism) or to not hate it.
this story clearly states how the justice system is flawed and biased. and that is the reason why OP hates feminism. becoz it effects relationships of both men and women
#24 - John Cena (06/06/2014) [-]
Dear, teranin. I know you probably diddn't write this passage and upload it since most of the 			****		 i find is a repost, I just wanted to say you have balls for posting this. and i agree with you 100%. Now if this is a repost, thank you for at least making this known to the public... but shame on you for reposting. But thank you... but shame... but thanks. anywho i may not have an account but i do have an opinion and i still am a person. Thank you for making this argument known to people. Even if you are not the original person to write it. you at least made it known to people. You do not have to listen to me since i am but a guest at this fine site. But thank you for at least reading a worthless and time consuming passage as was my comment onto your content. OH and gif not related
Dear, teranin. I know you probably diddn't write this passage and upload it since most of the **** i find is a repost, I just wanted to say you have balls for posting this. and i agree with you 100%. Now if this is a repost, thank you for at least making this known to the public... but shame on you for reposting. But thank you... but shame... but thanks. anywho i may not have an account but i do have an opinion and i still am a person. Thank you for making this argument known to people. Even if you are not the original person to write it. you at least made it known to people. You do not have to listen to me since i am but a guest at this fine site. But thank you for at least reading a worthless and time consuming passage as was my comment onto your content. OH and gif not related
User avatar #21 - acedannyk ONLINE (06/06/2014) [-]
Reading these rage-inducing posts definitely can't be good for your health.
#36 to #21 - John Cena (06/07/2014) [-]
This story makes me rage and I really hope it isn't true, but given what I have seen at my own feminism-infected university and how unjust the bureaucracy is, I unfortunately feel that it must have happened many times before.


I'm against any type of capital punishment, but if an accused is not only found not guilty, but INNOCENT, then the money should be paid back and she should be executed. This is an accusation that compromises the rest of the individual's life. People like this who cannot take responsibility for their actions should not live and should definitely not reproduce.
User avatar #8 - littleliz (06/06/2014) [-]
i hung out with this girl who would constantly do this. whenever she regretted her sexual escapades she always cried rape. i eventually started to hate her for crying wolf constantly and stopped being "friends" with her. at that point i couldnt even call her my friend. then i ran into another situation and im just mortified about how many women do this. they use rape as an excuse/scapegoat/revenge/oppression. females like this think they are being oppressed but by doing what they do they are the oppressor
#86 - addf (06/07/2014) [-]
well, honestly speaking, if i heard someone was involved in a rape case, i probably would not trust him, even if they were innocent. it is not that i believe they were actually guilty but if we were not friends before that, i see no reason to try and be friends after. that is not to say i would call him a rapist or be mean i'd just not get too close to them.
#83 - John Cena (06/07/2014) [-]
Great story, so that bitch accused the guy of rape, it went to court and he went free. Next sentence: "I also find the court system ridiculously favouring women".

On the story of how that father lost custody: Why do people fail to understand that this procedure is not part of feminism? It is acted out by men mostly. Because men tend to think that women are "naturally better caregivers". That's why courts, mostly by male judges, make these decisions.

On a sidenote. Do you know the woman in the picture? I'm pretty sure you do, she's become famous for being the epitome of a bitchy feminist, due to a video of "the amazing atheist", imho the epitome of the whiny man-bitch. The funny thing about her is that in the video that made her famous, the only thing she says about her feminist agenda is:

"Feminists do not want you to loose custody of your children. The assumption that women are naturally better caregivers is part of patriarchy".

FEMINISM vs. FREEDOM OF SPEECH
User avatar #91 to #83 - teranin ONLINE (06/07/2014) [-]
Actually, Big Red is incorrect there, as the tender years doctrine (the legislation that began the whole "women getting custody" thing) was inflicted on us by a feminist. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tender_years_doctrine

That **** ain't patriarchy.
#94 to #91 - John Cena (06/07/2014) [-]
I sorta would guess that what woman who died in 1877 thought and did is not relevant to the agenda of 2014's feminism. What the epitome of 2014 feminism says you can hear in the video.
User avatar #98 to #94 - teranin ONLINE (06/07/2014) [-]
Who knows? Maybe feminist academics have been bouncing that idea around lately, I'm not privy to their private conversations, but the actions of that political movement paint a different picture. There are several books that detail the feminist hand in pushing maternal presumption of custody, examples being "Maternal Feelings: Myth, Taboo, and Child Custody" a textbook for women's studies 133 made in 1992, and "Motherhood and Equal Treatment" written by Mary Ann Mason as apologetics for the "advantages" of maternal presumption. Another major feminist mouthpiece who vocally pushed for maternal custody presumption and special torts/protections for the single mother/child unit is Martha Fineman, one of the more influential feminists out there.

So, like I said, their history refutes her claim, but maybe she's suggesting a new direction feminism is considering heading on the subject?
#105 to #98 - John Cena (06/07/2014) [-]
So evil feminists have secrets plans behind closed doors? That's quite an impressive theory, dude.

You might also take a sec do do a quick probability-calculation how far that 1877-womans idea would've gotten at that time without the support of men. Men made her idea (if it was hers) happen, or do you think that women at that time were powerful enough to do **** against the will of men.

The, however, epitome of aggressive feminism, who you obviously know, says very clear what feminists do not want. Men to loose custody of their children. So if you wouldn't resort to your silly conspiracy theory, you should high five Big Red for being reasonable and in line with your thinking. But you can't, cuz you're a fanatic who can't be taken seriously.
User avatar #110 to #105 - teranin ONLINE (06/07/2014) [-]
wait, what? Who said "evil feminists have secret plans behind closed doors"?

They do have female safe spaces, where they discuss feminism, and I am not privy to those discussions. That's all I was saying.

This isn't about conspiracy theories, it's about facts. Feminism has, for a long, long time, pushed for maternal presumption in custody hearings. This is fact. Big Red says that's not the game plan anymore, fine, I eagerly await their results.
#111 to #110 - John Cena (06/07/2014) [-]
"Who knows? Maybe feminist academics have been bouncing that idea around lately, I'm not privy to their private conversations,"

Do you even read what you write, dummy. And now plz explain why you're not high fiving Big Red for her great point of view? Not to acknowledge the "enemy" being right when they clearly are is a clear sign of the fanatic.
#117 to #111 - teranin ONLINE (06/07/2014) [-]
I'm not high fiving her because she was the leader of a mob that brought dogs and weapons to prevent a public speaker event. She engaged in censorship in a place that is supposed to be about learning and tackling new ideas, she screamed at and berated the people who were simply there to hear a public speaker, and her crew succeeded in forcibly ending the lecture by pulling the fire alarm. She's a bomb short of a terrorist, and you want me to applaud her for a defensive comment she made to try to redirect the blame for something feminism has done onto her imaginary patriarchy?

No, dude. No. I award her zero points, and may god have mercy on your soul.
#93 - John Cena (06/07/2014) [-]
Maybe if men started acting like rape was a bad thing instead of a joke ("hur hur, rape her!"), women would be less inclined to believe men are hardwired to rape them.

Also, seconding and thirding the 'women are usually given custody because men made the court system that way' point.
User avatar #109 to #93 - teranin ONLINE (06/07/2014) [-]
Couple of problems with that

1: Women rape men at near equal numbers to men raping women, under the dictionary definition. Unfortunately the legal definition does not allow for forced to penetrate to be legally rape, so women who do so are charged with misdemeanor sexual assault. Maybe we should start believing they are hardwired to rape us?

2: People make jokes about terrible things to help deal with them. Women's Shelters try to make jokes to their charges to help them deal with the trauma. We make jokes about aids, death, torture, every terrible thing ever. To say that jokes about just this one topic are bad is silly, either it's all ok or none of it is.
#96 to #93 - Kaither (06/07/2014) [-]
Radical feminists are the ones making a joke out of rape by labeling everything a man does, including a brief glance, as an outright rape of women.
#100 to #96 - John Cena (06/07/2014) [-]
Or we can just continue on joking about it and not take any responsibility whatsoever. Sure.
User avatar #99 to #93 - mordenkrad (06/07/2014) [-]
Don't Try to Change us.
We make jokes about everything.
Consider your birth?
#101 to #99 - John Cena (06/07/2014) [-]
Well keep on joking about it. Be my guest. And women will keep on thinking all men are out to rape them.

in before "Not all men!"
User avatar #102 to #101 - mordenkrad (06/07/2014) [-]
Perhaps if they stopped going into bedrooms/ect with men while making out with them and decided it was a bad idea to start undressing themselves/the man, the message would be more clear that she actually wants a game of cards and a on topic discussion about Victorian women discovering their feminine side?

Subsequently, Eat a Dick, or a Taco, I don't judge, if you have one of those uncommon gender preferences, Eat what ever makes you happy, and remember to always smile ^.^

but if you prefer to read a book, go do that, W/e floats your boat.

But we're all the children of rapists, unless you think that all women from Ancient Sumaria to Today got to choose their husbands?

Perhaps you can better make your point that rape is bad by killing yourself, killing alot of people, killing a **** ton of people, or dressing up as a costumed crusader and doling something about the slave trade and go actually do something about rapists, rather then calling young men and random internet browsers such terrible names....

you lazy ****
User avatar #122 - dertuik (06/08/2014) [-]
all this **** is crazy
why is it a thing now?
something important happened or is it just a trend?
why is everybody so worked up bout this?
:/ i dont wanna see this raging on funnyjunk
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