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50% of 'misogynistic' Twitter abuse is committed by... Women

811 upvotes
by Ronin11A on /r/TheRedPill
26 May 2016 06:34 PM UTC
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EDIT: Some are commenting about how the study is trash, the data is taken out of context, BBC headline is misleading, et cetera... Well, no shit, and congratulations for missing the forest for the trees. The vast majority of media coverage of anything science-based is sheer idiocy, like that "one glass of wine is the same as one hour in the gym" bullshit that went viral a few months ago. The point greater point was simply that, when given the opportunity, women are far more cruel in their treatment of other women than men will ever be. As others have put, they understand each other, and they hate each other for it.

Summary: In a broad study of Twitter abuse, researchers discover that shocker 50% of so-called 'misogynistic' abuse is committed by women.

http://archive.is/UlRCl

A 2014 study from cosmetics firm Dove found that over five million negative tweets were posted about beauty and body image. Four out of five were sent by women.

4 out of 5, or 80%. By women.

What, you mean women are spiteful, jealous, and vindictive creatures who will say horrible things about each other if given the chance? Say it ain't so.

Researcher Alex Krasodomski-Jones said: "This study provides a birds-eye snapshot of what is ultimately a very personal and often traumatic experience for women.

Yes, a traumatic experience for women, created by other women.

Abuse on social networks is not new and neither is the revelation that women contribute to the problem.

Funny, I can't recall the last time a public, mainstream media outlet admitted that women contributed to, or negatively impacted, social media abuse towards other women. No, they much prefer to blame those Red Pill neckbeards.

Lessons:

  • More of the same: When you look at the actual data, you quickly find women are the source of much of their own pain.


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231 upvotesCasanova-Quinn3 years ago

Women are hostile to other women because they know how shitty women can be.

145 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

Always my reply when a dude says he doesnt understans women.

Women understand women just fine and they fucking hate each other.

137 upvotesbowie7473 years ago

When male friends communicate they insult each other, but they don't mean it. When female friends communicate they compliment each other, but they don't mean it either.

15 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

When male friends insult each other, it's also training for the case if someone that actually is hostile insults them. When you have regular banter experience, you know how to react instinctively. You're not shook because someone's been an asshole to you for the first time in your life, you've been dealing and ducking shit for years.

2 upvotesbowie7473 years ago

Never thought about it that way, but that's very interesting.

6 upvoteszuneza3 years ago

Thats hilarious. Where's this from?

4 upvotesPlayFair3 years ago

Men, we know how to be friends

6 upvotesTryDoingSomethingNew3 years ago

I've heard that last line somewhere before, and it rings SO true!

22 upvotesKhalilDion3 years ago

Al Bundy from Married with Children.

29 upvotesKhalilDion3 years ago

Yep. My mom told me how terrible women can be while growing up but I never listened. Some moms really give a shit.

14 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

My mom told me how bad men were. Took me from about 12-23 to start unplugging

4 upvotesdrooleybob3 years ago

i can empathize. must have been terrible.

12 upvotesyayalorde3 years ago

So true. I once asked a female friend of mine why women are often so mean to each other and she said, "Because bitches are bitches."

Made perfect sense.

3 upvotesEvolvedVirus3 years ago

Men have evolved into civilized society over the centuries coming out of just using brute strength towards each other and trying to curb that behavior through laws.

Women have evolved into spaces of society where they compete with each other in a vicious backstabbing manner without making it noticeable to the rest of civilized society through deception, social etiquette, and political correctness.

They find a way to fight each other through deception and trickery, or they end up weak and dependent on others. Openly fighting each other can lead to becoming outcasts and so they've resorted to this behavior instead. When they need someone to openly fight for them, they just use men, who likely have the strength to do it. They just have to be convincing or deceptive.

What we are seeing in society today, is the fact that laws have been created to tame the atrocities of men (which has not exactly worked either in many cases when international laws don't work), to force men to be civilized, but has not accounted for the tactics and uncivilized behavior of women. These are much more advanced, and we are seeing women take advantage of these lack of laws. And in some cases, creating laws to advantage them further.

2 upvotesfingerthemoon3 years ago

This is probably do to our species being patrilocal. The women left at puberty to prevent inbreeding. Men stayed with their brothers, cousins, uncles and father, forming coalitions of defense. Young women found another group (or were traded) and needed a strong man to protect her from unwanted male advances and the highly competitive female social hierarchy which determined their access to food. Males developed honor and trust which was necessary for group defense, whereas females developed deception and social skills which where necessary for her to succeed in her new group.

5 upvotesvandaalen3 years ago

Don't try to understand women. Women understand women and they hate them.

- Al Bundy

4 upvotesDaphneDK3 years ago

I think it's just because its part of their competitive make up. Slut shaming is part of how they try to raise their own position in the group and lower that of other girls. Also it helps to maintain the elevated price of pussy through deficit supply by limiting the sluts who undermine the monopoly by giving out too freely.

32 upvotesputin_vor3 years ago

It's not 50%, it's 50% more. The ratio is 38.7% male vs 61.3% female that use terms like "slut" and "whore".

https://www.brandwatch.com/2016/05/react-will-twitter-ever-free-misogynistic-abuse/

4 upvotesRonin11A [OP]3 years ago

Interesting. That's significantly worse; no wonder the BBC reporting sanitized it.

6 upvotesScriptopeia3 years ago

If it was 50% it would make no sense, because the other 50% would be men. Your whole post makes no sense if you thought it was 50%.

5 upvotesRonin11A [OP]3 years ago

The narrative that men embrace a 'rape culture' and that men harass women online (GamerGate), that the whole internet is a misogynistic den of scum and villainy, falls apart when you realize that half or more of all of the harassment comes from women. Media outlets would lead you to think its 80-90% men doing it, when it's apparently closer to 38%.

That's the point.

2 upvotesScriptopeia3 years ago

Yeah but you don't seem to understand that your title is completely missleading.

If 50% of the abuse comes from woman (like your title says) then obviously the other 50% comes from men.

I am not saying that this is the reality, just that your title is phrased wrong as it is right now.

4 upvotesRonin11A [OP]3 years ago

50% of misogynistic abuse. By definition, misogyny is "dislike of, contempt for, or ingrained prejudice against women." By default, it is assumed to come from men, since women obviously can't be prejudiced against other women. Except they are.

1 upvotesTheRedLadle3 years ago

Dear goodness, the comments section for that article is woeful.

105 upvotesCoreyLewandowski3 years ago

Women should be bullied by other women. Shame is good. Shame teaches you what's socially acceptable. To deny people the chance to feel shame is to stunt their emotional growth, which is exactly why 90% of women are fucking moronic children.

25 upvotesFiveLions3 years ago

I like the Bill Burr approach: Women should just haul-off and give each other a quick 1-2 punch to the face. This would change things drastically.

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1 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

Yes that's correct, highest of any relationship permutation.

6 upvotesJihadDerp3 years ago

God yes. So many fatties would be humble.

29 upvotestb876703 years ago

Hell no, I watched roller derby before. Them fatties would be the ones knocking the skinny bitches down. My cousin's wife was on a team of dainty model types and the other team consisted of women I swear were half-warthog. It was a fucking massacre, the hot girls had no chance.....

2 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

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What is this?

2 upvotesicecow3 years ago

Women should be bullied by other women. Shame is good. Shame teaches you what's socially acceptable. To deny people the chance to feel shame is to stunt their emotional growth, which is exactly why 90% of women are fucking moronic children.

I don't think they are doing it in a constructive manner though.

0 upvotesCoreyLewandowski3 years ago

There's no constructive way to bully someone, but bullying does great things for keeping society in line.

1 upvotes8n0n3 years ago

There's no constructive way to bully someone

Constructive criticism.

In a red pill lens you analyse it (it this useful advice or concern trolling) take it and use the advice given to improve. In a blue pill lens you see it as bullying (anything bad you say about me is not welcome), throw a tantrum to assuage your ego and remain in the crab bucket.

1 upvotesCoreyLewandowski3 years ago

Constructive criticism doesn't illicit a shame response. Constructive criticism is covering a sword with pillows.

4 upvotesKhalilDion3 years ago

When it comes to slut shaming I disagree. I've noticed that women are dying to talk openly about sex. Every girl I'm with loves how open they can be with me since most women will shame them and most men will either also shame them or become intimidated.

10 upvotesJihadDerp3 years ago

Men would love to talk openly about sex. It's women who slut shame other women about sex. Mostly.

7 upvotesdr_warlock3 years ago

I dont want women talking openly about sex, its unattractive. I just want her to quit the asd and lmr bullshit. The plausible deniability and just 'get it' aspect is nice.

5 upvotesJihadDerp3 years ago

Lol you think it's unattractive if they talk about sex, but you can't figure out why they use anti slut defense. Your comment is beyond ironic.

2 upvotesdr_warlock3 years ago

Dont talk about it like a guy would.

It doesnt bother me if she gives it up easy(that's what I want).

1 upvotesicecow3 years ago

Just because a woman doesn't overtly talk about sex doesn't mean she has to be reactionary when it comes up. I think you are right that one size doesn't fit all. If you and a women like talking about sex that's your business.

1 upvotesEvolvedVirus3 years ago

women rely on being judged. If they're judged acceptable they make it. If they're judged badly, sluttily, spoiled, psycho, they LOSE everything. They lose a potential mate for life (known around redpill as a resource-slave). They lose their protection. They potentially lose friends if the guy tells others.

so they play all these games to make themselves seem innocent and pure.

had a date one night, girl is curling her hair, i had just made out with her, everything seemed great and then she was like "oh so how are you gonna get home? taxi?" So I took my leave there. She could have just invited me to her place (my place is farther and it's a work night so I did NOT invite her), but I think she thought of it because she paused a lot and then she got real nervous and found a way to get me to go home because it would be socially unacceptable to have sex on a first date hehe. Did I mess up? Maybe, but it's best to leave some tension there. I don't think I messed up because she sent me a lengthy "thank you" text like as if this was a job interview where you thank the employer for the interview, haha.

Now the only question is how long to heat her to a simmer before asking her out on a 2nd night. Maybe a lot of asd/lmr happens when you push too hard ?

(if they have friends who know their friend is on a date for the first time so they don't wanna call them and be like "so i had sex" and instead wanna brag about how they resisted and wanna look all innocent and disciplined? i dunno what exactly girls talk about to other girls in that context)

18 upvotesCoreyLewandowski3 years ago

If a woman is riding the cock carousel, she should 200% be slut shamed.

7 upvotesitsmehobnob3 years ago

Why? What gain is there to be had?

17 upvotesTheRedLadle3 years ago

For a man who wants to be part of the cock carousel, not a lot.

For society, fewer sluts will mean more stable traditional relationships which will in turn lead to fewer divorces, fewer kids growing up without a father figure, less crime, fewer females in business leadership positions leading to more stable and profitable businesses.

It's really no surprise that since the introduction of feminism, the west's domination in the world has declined and the East is growing in power.

3 upvotesCoreyLewandowski3 years ago

Sorry to be a cockblocker but being a slut is dangerous mentally and physically. Stable relationships should be what people desire. I know that having a bunch of cock hungry whores around is fun, but sometimes what's fun isn't what's best for society.

5 upvotesCornyHoosier3 years ago

I'm sincerely asking here: Why should I care about our society?

I enjoy my career and hobbies, but I can do those anywhere on Earth in any country. What makes our current society and culture worth any value?

1 upvotesCornyHoosier3 years ago

I'm sincerely asking here: Why should I care about our society?

I enjoy my career and hobbies, but I can do those anywhere on Earth in any country. What makes our current society and culture worth any value?

1 upvotesCornyHoosier3 years ago

I'm sincerely asking here: Why should I care about our society?

I enjoy my career and hobbies, but I can do those anywhere on Earth in any country. What makes our current society and culture worth any value?

127 upvotesRedpillonlyaccount3 years ago

The blame will be diverted back to us using the phrase "internalised misogyny".

28 upvotesTryDoingSomethingNew3 years ago

When finding fault:

  • 1. It's always a man's fault
  • 2. If it's not a man's fault, see rule #1
52 upvotessigma2723 years ago

The whole system is rather brilliantly designed. They've made it so we can't win. Unless of course, at least 20% of the male population goes redpill overnight. But the majority of men are beta orbiters who wouldnt dream of betraying their female overlords.

27 upvotesKhalilDion3 years ago

Would you entertain the possibility that some men are more inclined to internalize red pill philosophy than others? It just clicked for me after the first episode of The Black Phillip Show.

18 upvotesCQC33 years ago

Very much so.

I like to think of it as a collection of puzzle pieces forming the whole picture. Everyone, even your average beta schlub might have a piece or two, and some men had just enough to know something was not as it seemed, but not enough to make the picture out quite yet.

I was such a person. I ruminated in my early teens and twenties endlessly about these strange relations, but I didn't think of it from a gendered perspective. I considered it from the good 'ol egalitarian perspective, except that I was holding everyone--especially women to my incredibly high boundaries and standards. This pretty much caused me to hate white knights but also have a disdain for women in general as an abstract since I was still a beta who had internalized the whole "im different" game. The large differences between what was conventional morality and social obligation vs how men AND women actually behaved tortured me for years and caused me to reject everything all together, damning myself into incelhood as if it was virtuous. I was a smug fuck who was proud that I had enough will to live my own beliefs out...but that can't last when you're lost and have no experiences.

I was barely treading water when I found this place, and I never had an anger phase. That was my life. When I found TRP and read Michael's story I was like "FUCK YEAH MICHAEL, YOU TELL THAT BITCH". I devoured the content here, and a little less than two years later I've managed to consolidate who I was with my new schema of the world. This was the last piece of the puzzle I needed to make sense of everything in the world that didn't--at least for starters.

2 upvotesKhalilDion3 years ago

Great analogy. I couldn't help but nod my head at everything Patrice said about women. I could tell that the people around him thought he was joking but in reality he was spitting some real shit.

2 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

And Patrice did it in a funny, light-hearted way. He wasn't some depressed mouth-breather. He still lived his life, he just knew what the fuck was up. RIP.

8 upvotesItsTheHomeWrecker3 years ago

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2 upvotesTheRedTrader3 years ago

I actually think allot of people would be able to swallow the pill if the first thing they consumed from "our" content was Black Phillip. Personally for myself finding this subreddit a couple of years ago now, I would not of stuck around and examined the concepts had it not been for the spoonful of sugar that is Patrice O'Neals' masterful comedy. He is a legend.

1 upvotesLord_NShYH3 years ago

after the first episode of The Black Phillip Show.

Same here. It would be great if Patrice were still alive. He was brilliant.

4 upvotesicecow3 years ago

It seems to me the decline of men happened before the decline of women. Women wouldn't have ever been able to get away with the vile shit they do today if it wasn't for the fact that 80% of men are beta orbiters, and the orbiters don't understand things, they were raised wrong by mothers with no father presence. According to Glover fathers stopped spending 1 on 1 time with their sons after farming dried up and jobs moved to cities. It appears all these problems started the day that sons stopped working side by side with their fathers. Though, put in to words that sounds oversimplified and far fetched, but not really. Who here didn't spend their early years feeling like they were growing up in a vacuum of time? Children now a days are are given no purpose or responsibilities in society. They are given low quality busy work in grade school (by women no doubt) and conditioned that contributing nothing and floating through life as a consumer is fine.

12 upvotesempatheticapathetic3 years ago

This must be an American thing. In the UK this whole SJW culture I constantly read about on here simply doesn't exist in any sort of relevant majority. I don't think I've ever met anyone who defends shitty behaviour or double standards by women so vehemently.

9 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

It depends on where you live. USA were under this blue pill indoctrination a whole lot more than, lets say, eastern Europe. I am from eastern Europe and I dont see much of this white knights either. Every guy I talk with is in some way red pill.

2 upvotesPrinceofSpades3 years ago

Good place to go bride shopping, that east Europe.

4 upvotesicecow3 years ago

If you think you can find an obedient wife there, I don't think that's true. And if you did find an obedient wife somewhere and brought her back to the states, she would be quickly converted by other women and divorce rape you while gaining citizenship.

It wouldn't be totally undeserved because thinking you can just go to a different country and pick out yourself a controllable sex toy is shortsighted and naive.

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4 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

In America it really only exists in college towns. In working class towns where its mostly older adults (kids or childless), and kids (18 and younger) SJW culture does not exist. In fact, when people bring that stuff up they'll straight up just get mocked for being overly sensitive.

I'm from a working class former mill/factory town of the industrialization boom. It's pretty depressed here, most people are uneducated meaning they're mostly high school dropouts or HS diploma (which they probably didn't actually earn).

The quality of life here sucks. Public transportation only runs until 6PM MON-FRI so you pretty much need a car and in our state, car insurance is mandatory. Drug abuse is rampant. I see people nodding off from dope all the time, laying down on the sidewalk, ODing and dying in the park while kids are on the swings, etc.. There were a few shootings last week by the baseball diamond I played pony league at. It's fucking bad. My town's mostly white trailer trash types and a growing latino population.. A few black folks and barely any asians.

I live in LA now and go to college out there and while SJW culture is very strong, the quality of life is way fucking better. I just kind of stick to my own crowd and don't associate with the SJW types because all they're concerned with is finding something to axe you over. If I do have to associate with them for some reason.. I keep the conversation strictly unpolitical. If something political pops up I'll play dumb nice guy about it "Oh wow, really 1 in 5 women are raped in college? You don't say" People just want to feel important at the end of the day and if you challenge their beliefs directly, they will rightfully take offense to it, given they truly believe in what they say.. I would be more concerned with someone who quickly changes their mind and is quickly convinced, and doesn't stick to their guns.

TL;DR:

SJWs are annoying as fuck, but it's better than being surrounded by white trash drug addicts

2 upvotesRonin11A [OP]3 years ago

In the UK this whole SJW culture I constantly read about on here simply doesn't exist in any sort of relevant majority.

Look around, and look deeper. The Guardian and Daily Mail are two of the biggest outlets for the SJW/third-wave feminist agenda.

Hell, the whole #ReclaimTheInternet bullshit campaign was started by British politicians.

1 upvotesempatheticapathetic3 years ago

I know, I read the guardian but I tend to just ignore any bullshit like that. I simply mean I've never met anyone who blindly follows this shit and I've lived in quite a few different places. I've seen plenty of people who blindly follow political propaganda through the influence of mainstream media, but not so much feminism or SJW culture at all. Maybe it's more common in more middle-higher class areas, I wouldn't know.

1 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

Depends where you live, I live in a small city in the UK and even this is SJW as fuck.

1 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

For the other end of the spektrum, just take a trip to the Middle East...

1 upvotesNowSummoning3 years ago

You do the same thing. "Oh, the girl did not respond the way I said she would to the game I told you to play? She's not worth it. Move on. It isn't worth the time."

What you do there is actually admit that only a certain amount of people play the game you think everyone plays, and you use a method that introduces selection bias.

1 upvotessigma2723 years ago

I don't understand what you're saying. Can you rephrase/simplify?

1 upvotesNowSummoning3 years ago

Simplify? Knowing what selection bias is helps the understanding along. The current tactic used here is one where those who defy the strategy and the assumptions are merely "not worth analysis."

1 upvotesCornyHoosier3 years ago

It's why we're so disliked here. Our refusal to play by their societal rules diminishes their power and authority over us.

2 upvotesGawernator3 years ago

Such a clever term right.

14 upvotesGawernator3 years ago

Is anybody really surprised?

3 upvotesDuke_LFG3 years ago

Over at kotakuinaction subreddit, a woman named candence owens suspected the whole gamegate movement was a bunch of women bullying everyone.

My god, this is evidence she is correct.

1 upvotesicecow3 years ago

I don't hear people talk about how women BULLY people (men and women) by making psuedo-moral judgements, blaming and shaming.

2 upvotesDuke_LFG3 years ago

How can you not hear about crybullies when you're on reddit?

1 upvotesicecow3 years ago

That's what they are called? I had no idea.

38 upvotesabdada3 years ago

The other 50% happens to be my tweets.

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27 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

"Misogyny" is a concept with absolutely no defined borders. It amuses me to no end that a woman calling another woman a "slut" is widely considered misogynistic in this day and age.

25 upvotesvengefully_yours3 years ago

Saying I want to live alone, never marry again, and enjoy my time doing fun things is also misogynistic...

5 upvotesProda3 years ago

Someone really told you that for saying you want to live alone? Oh god, to me they say I have to man up and that I should start Thinking about pussy instead of enjoying my hobbies that are "ridiculous and not what girls like".

'K.

I'm more than happy with the few ones I meet and fuck by not basing my life on women.

Blue pill mentality really is scary at times.

5 upvotesvengefully_yours3 years ago

Not only that, but they say "not all of us girls are bad" which I find hilarious

3 upvotesProda3 years ago

Right, as if not feeling the need to have your life revolve around women means you obviously think they are evil.

5 upvotesvengefully_yours3 years ago

My life revolves around my cars. It has ever since I was 13 and got the first one. I let too many bitches into my life, it takes a lot to get in now. Doesn't matter if she is bad or not, she isn't my priority. If she is good she can tag along a while and enjoy the fun.

3 upvotescoffee_and_lumber3 years ago

But it is. You are hoarding your resources for yourself instead of sharing them with some woman. You sound like you hate women. Do you hate women, shitlord?

7 upvotesvengefully_yours3 years ago

Why yes,I'm a senior endorsed contributor of the he man girl hating club of trp.

2 upvotesicecow3 years ago

Sometimes I get so sick of this shit that I want to be a smart ass in an "I'mGoingToHellForThis" style and tell women that both the holocaust and misogamy isn't real. I hope I never do.

1 upvotesWeedDaddy3 years ago

Misogyny is:

  • any opinion women don't like
  • from someone they don't like
12 upvotesMattyAnon3 years ago

I bet they had to massage the statistics to get it down to 50%

28 upvotesjaysire3 years ago

It's so funny to watch the SJW herd start to retweet and spread the word until they realise it makes women look bad and then -> total silence.

11 upvotestb876703 years ago

At this point might as well name it Twatter since we all know what the women are apparently acting like.

11 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

Yet somehow men get blamed for women treating each other like shit. I mean, women can't possibly be at fault, right?

7 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

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8 upvotesgrewapair3 years ago

Or how about this:

The pressure put on women by MEN causes them to act in a catty way towards one another!

2 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

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What is this?

3 upvotesicecow3 years ago

The flood of betas aren't filling their masculine roles so women are flipping out.

2 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

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2 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

How about "the women are too helpless to think for themselves, even though they wanna be treated like equals. They're just reflecting the misogyny of our society, which is clearly all caused by men." Hence, men are to be blamed for women treating each other like shit. But for real? 4/5 is the new one they're shovelling to us?

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1 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

Hey, women already go on about "stare-rape", so that's not a big jump.

that is good, because that would really skew the stats.

1 upvotesicecow3 years ago

That's horrible news. That's like 20 times worse than the rape camps of eastern Congo, the 'rape capital of the world'. It used to only be 5 times as bad. Damn women have it hard here in the States.

6 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

What is 'mysogynistic' even defined as now? I was talking to some people I've known for a while in a bar and they tried to imply I was sexist just because I said I wasn't feminist and in the context and situation I didn't really give a fuck about what they were talking about. So apparently even holding a neutral opinion on something is offensive.

7 upvotesredpillbanana3 years ago

What is 'mysogynistic' even defined as now?

Anything that women don't like.

It doesn't mean that you hate women, it means that certain women hate you.

2 upvotesicecow3 years ago

Is there an existing term for what I'll call 'hypocritic attack': When Person A attacks Person B by falsely accusing Person B of attacking Person A. This is used by the military and women constantly.

3 upvotesredpillbanana3 years ago

A similar term for this is "crybully"

3 upvotesakolyteofthecentury3 years ago

Are you referring to kafkatraps?

Person A accuses Person B of hating women. Person B reacts scorned, denying any sort of hate for women. Person A takes the denial as proof of Person Bs hate for women.

More on the topic

1 upvotesicecow3 years ago

That's an excellent term to know.

2 upvotesProda3 years ago

Not being Blue pill and valuing your Self more than women is the epitome of misogyny for modern day feminists.

2 upvotesOverkillengine3 years ago

It's anything that lets them know you aren't cooped up on the reservation drinking yourself to death like a proper native.

4 upvotesredpillbanana3 years ago

I wonder how many millions have been spent by the UK government on their "Reclaim the Internet" campaign vs. campaigning against depression and suicide, workplace fatalities, prison overpopulation...oh wait, those are male issues. Carry on.

2 upvoteshbPUA3 years ago

It's a sick world. Women bitting the hand that feeds them.

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What is this?

5 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

As I've said before, social media is now nothing more than female, card table chatter. Facebook and other sites are filled with pointless posts about chores, mediocre half-premade meals, and straight-up gossip. There's a reason females were generally expected to be seen and not heard and stayed at home. Elementary responsibilities were theirs to complete. Leave them in a room together long enough and they'll all start going at each other's throats.

"Don't try to understand women. Women understand women, and they hate each other."

3 upvotesicecow3 years ago

“Misogynist: A man who hates women as much as women hate one another.”

― H.L. Mencken (born 1880, died 1956)

3 upvotesgetRedPill3 years ago

Dove.

YOU ARE A FUCKING WHITE SOAP! YOU ARE A FUCKING WHITE SOAP!

8 upvotesSinjection3 years ago

To quote actuallobster:

"So there's two data here. Dove's 80%-women study was about body-image-related tweets. The article's title study that found 50% was about "mysoginistic" tweets involving the words "slut" and "whore". Edit: So there's a lot of stuff wrong with this article. The 50% figure is actually wrong. The study said 50% of tweets including the words "slut" or "whore" were written by women, both casual and offensive in nature. They apparently used some sort of algorithm to determine which tweets were aggressive in tone and which were casual, and found that 18% of women's tweets that include those words were "aggressively misogynistic" in tone. So the number is 18%, or 18% of 50%. Not 50% or 80%, but around 9% of women's tweets, which include either of those words, were misogynistic. editedit: This is phrased wrong. A better way to put it is "Around 9% of tweets which include these words were both "misogynistic" and written by women." The article is taking this 50% figure out of context, leading with some other studies and talking heads saying how misogyny is a scourge on the internet, a real problem, on the rise, etc. Also, there's a number of things wrong with the study itself. It's also leading, starts out by asserting opinions without backing them up, is poorly cited, comes from a biased think-tank, etc. All in all, take everything here with a grain of salt. This comment section is quoting out of context from a biased misleading article that's drawing from a biased misleading study. This is not a scientific article about an academic paper published in a peer-reviewed journal. It's a rushed clickbait piece, and it'd be foolish to draw any real conclusions from this."

Man, TRP sure lacks in the the rational thinking department despite promoting it as a man's best tool.

1 upvotesOchreata3 years ago

Man, TRP sure lacks in the the rational thinking department despite promoting it as a man's best tool.

This is true of society as a whole. The only logical fallacy I was ever taught in public education was argumentum ad verecundiam, and that was not taught as a warning to not be fooled by it, but taught via punishment for not accepting it.

2 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

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1 upvotesWeedDaddy3 years ago

Indeed, modern men are slacking off.

2 upvotesj0hnan0n3 years ago

I'm very confused. Your title says 50%

Your post says 4 out of 5, which is 80%.

Dafuq is going on here?

I wouldn't be surprised with the 80% figure, but we're all over the place here. What gives?

1 upvotesArthurBingKing3 years ago

Before agreeing to everything above, I want to point out that this is the twitter for DOVE, the soap brand. And to be fair, more likely than not, there are a lot more women following Dove than there are men. That statistic has to be slightly skewed.

1 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

If my twitter feed is any example the number of white, Latina and Asian chicks saying 'nigga' far outnumber all blacks and white men.

1 upvotesKarmaKingKong3 years ago

The title is factually incorrect. Not 50%, 75% is the actual number.

1 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

We'll have to start a campaign for getting men to be more abusive so we can get those numbers down and protect woman!!

1 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

How'd you get 50%? The twitter research gets 61% even after filtering for words like "shaming".

1 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

My sister had a gay phase in her early to mid 20's. She said that it was the worst dating experience of her life, and she can't understand there are any straight men at all because women are so terrible to be around. One of my exes is now "gay" and she seems to have a new girlfriend every other week on facebook that she is "madly" in love with, so we will see how long that last before some dude literally fucks some sense back into her.

1 upvotesMattyAnon3 years ago

neither is the revelation that women contribute to the problem.

I just love how a problem that is created by women 80% of the time is downplayed to women "contributing" to the problem.

1 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

IMO: It's relative to locker room hazing / bullying amongst guys.

All of this identity politics shit is nonsense. Just another game the media plays with the minds of the masses to get them barking at each other. Guns/mass shooters, gender politics, racism, etc..

People being shitty is a pretty natural thing. Probably more natural than people doing altruistic things. "nature of the beast" they call it.

-10 upvotesirun2473 years ago

From my own personal experience posting lingerie pics when I was 20 the rude comments were mostly from men. Women always had a reason (boyfriend liked my picture, or I said something critical to them). Men would leave rude comments randomly. That being said the rude comments stopped altogether when I stopped posting that type of picture and keeping a low profile online.

Edit: You are asking for examples..

Female rude comment: Something about me having saggy tits or some other insult. I was pretty abrasive at that age and I feel like these comments could be considered provoked by my personality. I think I was mean to that girl's friend.

Male rude comment: I remember one time my friend tagged me in a funny pic, I had some professionally done default and this guy randomly comments "Shut up irun247 you're not even hot!" I'm pretty sure it was a dragon ball z meme which shows how random it was. That was just some random dude on the internet. Maybe he saw my profile and thought I was a bitch but females never did random stuff like that. I'm 23 now so I'm really having to reach back to remember.

They probably all had their reasons but the females were easier to understand (maybe because I'm female). Maybe I represented something to the men they disliked so it seemed random to me. I don't know.

10 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

Just curious, what type of comments do you expect from posting lingerie pics?

1 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

Complimentary and rude are different things

1 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

Give an example of what it was.

3 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

You look beautiful

You look beautiful enough to blow me

2 upvotesi_forget_my_userids3 years ago

"Beautiful enough to blow me" is a much lower bar than "beautiful".

4 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

I feel like the context is key in this scenario, as is what you define a "rude comment"

11 upvotesvengefully_yours3 years ago

Probably anything that didn't kiss her ass and inflate her ego about how beautiful she was.

1 upvotesirun2473 years ago

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=T2g0eaD2NEI

3 upvotes • [deleted] • 3 years ago

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-1 upvotesirun2473 years ago

Apparently you do, since you clicked on a thread with the topic headlined and then replied to my comment. Keep reaching.

1 upvotespdpbigbang3 years ago

I think what he meant was a pic from you would clear up the question of whether you're delusional and playing victim or you actually have a valid counter-argument to the original article, which is sort of useless anyways. The reason for it being useless is that there are always cases of outliers. Either way, I'm pretty curious about the picture myself.





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