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"I don't feel comfortable around men"

September 3, 2021

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[–]ThrowAway640KB 2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

You know what? That’s ok.

I don’t feel comfortable around women who aren’t related to me because of the zero barrier to entry, zero consequences, and massive damage potential of any false claim.

Sure, #NotAllWomen, but you know what? I think that venerable feminist aphorism of three poisoned M&M’s in a bowl full of normal ones makes a most excellent example of why I’m not gonna give any woman any sort of a chance.

What’s good for the gander is every bit as good for the goose.

[–]0utsid3r1620 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

I'm a black man that doesn't feel comfortable around women in general but especially black women because I've been raped by them. TWICE. My 1st sexual experience at 13 and 2 years ago at a party.Women in general but especially black women both irl and on social media have told me "you should be happy someone wanted your ugly ass" when I've tried to talk about my experience. Yet I'm a "misogynist piece of shit that deserves to die alone" if I express my experiences and feelings in most spaces. I'm lucky enough to have found the last decent woman in North America and I'll be marrying her soon but the rest of them? No thanks...

You can kill a man, but you can't kill an idea.

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