unsmokedhamartias asked:

Although I do agree with you on the issue of women's sex lives. Because of my religion I believe that sex outside of marriage is immoral, so I can't say I support the side of feminism we see that promotes free sex lives/sexuality. But religious beliefs aside, I think that we can't focus all the slut shaming on the women.. it takes two to have sex. I support women in the sense that their sins are of equal weight as men's. But I do not support the sexual acts.

But where are all these people who shame women for having sex, but praise and glorify men for it? Feminists keep claiming that this is “society”, but it’s just not. The people who “praise” men who get around love easy women, and the people who “slut shame” have just as little respect for men who get around. Feminists like to claim that society picks and chooses who to praise and who to shame, but that’s just a ridiculous strawman.

unsmokedhamartias asked:

Hi!! I just saw your post that said you don't need feminism, and I just wanna say that you are mistaken!! Feminism is not putting down men in favor of women but rather the empowering of both genders until they are viewed as equal by the eyes of society and law. I feel as though many people (like you) who are anti feminism would change their beliefs if they had a better understanding of what feminism really is. This is a friendly ask, by the way. I just wanted to let you know. :)

I suggest you read this. It summarizes why I’m against feminism far better than I can after responding to about a thousand “but that’s not what feminism is” posts.

enough-training:

allthingswittyandneko:

d4nisnotinmybed:

No it promotes the right for you to have male friends without being called a slut

If only. It promotes the “right” of women to have more balls visiting their holes than a golf course without being a called a slut.
Spare me the “that’s not how sex works”, you know what I mean.
It’s like, feminists want to have the sex lives of sluts, but have the respect of nuns. It just doesn’t work like that. And what really irks me is the argument that “oh, men are expected and encouraged to have lots of sex with lots of women, and are praised and respected for it”. Excuse me? I sure as fuck do not praise them for it. I’ve yet to meet anyone who does. This whole “slut shaming” thing is built on a straw man. The simple fact is, nobody respects slutty people except other slutty people. If you want to sleep around, swing around, go nuts, most people really don’t care. But you’re not going to stop extroverted judgmental people from calling you a slut, just as I’m sure people are going to call me a prude for writing all this. That’s just how the world works.

“It just doesn’t work like that.” Why? And why shouldn’t it? Bullshit.
“That’s just how the world works.” Maybe it shouldn’t work that way. Ever considered that?

Because if you want to live in a world where nobody judges or criticizes anyone else for life choices they disagree with, you’ll need to wait for robots to take over the world and hope that they let you live among them. You’re basically asking why people have opinions. Uh, because people are people?

enough-training:

allthingswittyandneko:

d4nisnotinmybed:

No it promotes the right for you to have male friends without being called a slut

If only. It promotes the “right” of women to have more balls visiting their holes than a golf course without being a called a slut.

Spare me the “that’s not how sex works”, you know what I mean.

It’s like, feminists want to have the sex lives of sluts, but have the respect of nuns. It just doesn’t work like that. And what really irks me is the argument that “oh, men are expected and encouraged to have lots of sex with lots of women, and are praised and respected for it”. Excuse me? I sure as fuck do not praise them for it. I’ve yet to meet anyone who does. This whole “slut shaming” thing is built on a straw man. The simple fact is, nobody respects slutty people except other slutty people. If you want to sleep around, swing around, go nuts, most people really don’t care. But you’re not going to stop extroverted judgmental people from calling you a slut, just as I’m sure people are going to call me a prude for writing all this. That’s just how the world works.

It just doesn’t work like that.” Why? And why shouldn’t it? Bullshit.

That’s just how the world works.” Maybe it shouldn’t work that way. Ever considered that?

Because if you want to live in a world where nobody judges or criticizes anyone else for life choices they disagree with, you’ll need to wait for robots to take over the world and hope that they let you live among them. You’re basically asking why people have opinions. Uh, because people are people?

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Food rant time.

Why do “healthy” snacks have to exclusively come in “healthy” flavors?

I walk down the chips/crackers aisle, and it never fails. You’ve got the normal offerings from Lays and Ruffles, with their Barbecue, their Sour Cream and Onion, etc. Classic flavors that everyone loves. But of course, your average bag of potato chips are stuffed with calories. If a person is trying to lose weight, he might be more inclined to go for some of the healthier stuff. The baked chips, the whole grain crackers, the snacks made of flax flour or whatever. And what flavors do they come in? “Roasted garlic and sea salt.” “Sundried tomato and white cheddar.” “Rosemary and cucumber.”

Maybe you’re different, but none of those sound appetizing to me.

Chips, crackers, these are snack foods. People buy them for snacking. And I’m absolutely sure that more people would go for the baked/whole wheat/whatever options if they came in flavors that normal people like. Come on, food companies. Herbs and spices do not have any meaningful amount of calories. Stop with the “basil and peppercorn” and give us barbecue. Sour cream and onion. Ketchup. All dressed. It’d do wonders for the obesity epidemic.

wild-card-queen:

baileyyanna:

you know what bothers me? when guys want a blowjob they aren’t nervous about it, when a girl is offered to be eaten out they’re freaking out like “what if i dont taste good” or “what if i smell.” even when it’s their turn to have some pleasure they’re still only thinking about pleasing the guy. has society really taught us that sex is literally only about a mans pleasure and when a woman is offered some in return we hesitate and think of ways to make it pleasurable for him?

But that is the girl’s problem. I’m not insecure about it, and girls CHOOSE to conform to insecurity. Feminism teaches women to think it’s not ok for them to speak up, and that they are “forever oppressed.”

Just stop being a feminist and ask for what you want. Then get it. The end.

d4nisnotinmybed:

No it promotes the right for you to have male friends without being called a slut

If only. It promotes the “right” of women to have more balls visiting their holes than a golf course without being a called a slut.
Spare me the “that’s not how sex works”, you know what I mean.
It’s like, feminists want to have the sex lives of sluts, but have the respect of nuns. It just doesn’t work like that. And what really irks me is the argument that “oh, men are expected and encouraged to have lots of sex with lots of women, and are praised and respected for it”. Excuse me? I sure as fuck do not praise them for it. I’ve yet to meet anyone who does. This whole “slut shaming” thing is built on a straw man. The simple fact is, nobody respects slutty people except other slutty people. If you want to sleep around, swing around, go nuts, most people really don’t care. But you’re not going to stop extroverted judgmental people from calling you a slut, just as I’m sure people are going to call me a prude for writing all this. That’s just how the world works.

d4nisnotinmybed:

No it promotes the right for you to have male friends without being called a slut

If only. It promotes the “right” of women to have more balls visiting their holes than a golf course without being a called a slut.

Spare me the “that’s not how sex works”, you know what I mean.

It’s like, feminists want to have the sex lives of sluts, but have the respect of nuns. It just doesn’t work like that. And what really irks me is the argument that “oh, men are expected and encouraged to have lots of sex with lots of women, and are praised and respected for it”. Excuse me? I sure as fuck do not praise them for it. I’ve yet to meet anyone who does. This whole “slut shaming” thing is built on a straw man. The simple fact is, nobody respects slutty people except other slutty people. If you want to sleep around, swing around, go nuts, most people really don’t care. But you’re not going to stop extroverted judgmental people from calling you a slut, just as I’m sure people are going to call me a prude for writing all this. That’s just how the world works.

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