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I support child sex dolls

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Looks like Congress is going to pass a law to make sex dolls that look like children illegal.

Congress has it all wrong. Would-be pedophiles would get their sexual release from using the dolls, and then would be less likely to sexually abuse real children.

I am sure that there are already lots of men jacking off to pictures of girls under the age of 18 they found on Instagram (although they may not be nude, but you can find girls in bikinis), so what’s the difference if those same men jack off with the help of a sex doll?

Furthermore, it seems totally inconsistent that homosexual sex is so encouraged that we have given it the seal of approval by allowing homosexuals go get “married,” but now Congress is worried about what adults do in the privacy of their own homes with dolls.

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June 14, 2018 at EDT pm

OK to hate men, but not OK to hate women

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An op-ed in the Washington Post:

Seen in this indisputably true context, it seems logical to hate men. I can’t lie, I’ve always had a soft spot for the radical feminist smackdown, for naming the problem in no uncertain terms. I’ve rankled at the “but we don’t hate men” protestations of generations of would-be feminists and found the “men are not the problem, this system is” obfuscation too precious by half.

So at the same time that the fakestream media is attacking any sort of “misogyny,” for example men complaining that they can’t get any sex is “misogynist” and they should be fired from their jobs, but it’s OK for major newspaper to print an op-ed endorsing hatred of men, and the person writing it actually got paid for her opinion!

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June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

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Miss America will no longer be selected based on looks

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No more swimsuit competition, no more evening gown competition.

Instead, the winner will be selected based on her passion and eloquence in talking about “social impact initiatives.”

For real, it sounds like an April Fool’s joke, but today is not April first.

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June 5, 2018 at EDT pm

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Astronaut groupies

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In Northern Exposure S02E04, an astronaut groupie pays a visit/booty call to Maurice.

I thought it was just made up, but then I did a Google search and found this:

While the wives stayed in Texas, the astronauts misbehaved in Florida’s Cape Canaveral, which became an “off-limits playground” filled with astro-groupies that they nicknamed “Cape Cookies.” Groupies took the form of stewardesses, hotel clerks, and waitresses and seemed to “magically appear” wherever the astronauts did. At one point, two women even “dropped to their knees as the group entered, prostrating themselves before the astronauts.”

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May 26, 2018 at EDT pm

No more Boy Scouts

I saw this comment elsewhere on the internet:

Father or three boys here. I believe in opportunity for all. But … I do think that there are times and places for single-sex organizations. Boys and girls face different challenges in growing up. And make no mistake about it, these are challenging times to grow up. I don’t think it’s unreasonable that there be something (run by a private organization) that focuses exclusively on addressing their experience.

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May 10, 2018 at EDT am

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Yes, a woman shortage can be turned into a man shortage

As Jon Birger wrote in his 2015 book “Date-Onomics: How Dating Became A Lopsided Numbers Game,” in the Orthodox dating pool there are 12 percent more available women than men. Within the community, this imbalance is called the shidduch (or matchmaking) crisis.

“We feel the onus is on us,” said Naomi, a 42-year-old teacher at a modern Orthodox day school outside Manhattan. “It’s almost like the [matchmakers] are desperate to get the women married because there are so many of them. We don’t sense they tell the men to get a better profile picture or do this, do that. It’s more like ‘oh, the women are desperate for you, so it’s okay, you can do whatever you want.’”

While it’s tempting to mock incels for being losers and tell them to deal with it, and even worse tell them they are “misogynist” because they think they are “entitled” to sex, in fact, to a large extent, who among men gets to have women and who doesn’t is largely a socio-political thing.

In the ultra-Orthodox and Hasidic Jewish communities, there’s actually a shortage of men, and women in their twenties are desperate to marry any man to avoid the stigma of becoming an old maid. What a huge difference compared to the modern secular world we live in today!

The ultra-Orthodox and Hasidic communities enforce strict monogamy. Women don’t get to have sex with alphas before they are married. Men and women, girls and boys as soon as they are old enough to have sex, are kept strictly segregated. There are no opportunities for premarital sex, and no opportunities for married people to cheat.

One-man one-woman, plus the custom for women to be matched to a man who is one to two years older, and that means that there are more marriageable women than there are marriageable men. And marriageable means being able to contribute to raising a huge number of children. It doesn’t mean having an alpha personality or huge muscles and ripped abs. Hasidic girls aren’t allowed to watch secular television, so they don’t even know they are supposed to be attracted to that!

The more society moves away from monogamy and marriage, the more male sexual losers we create. Of course we can’t become like ultra-Orthodox Jews, but in a free society where everyone has a voice, those who are hurt by changes in society pushed by a liberal feminist elite have every right to complain about it.

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May 7, 2018 at EDT am

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Analysis of the Ellen K. Pao tweet

Clearly the tone of the tweet is that it’s outrageous that tech CEO’s have “incels” working at their companies, and they aren’t doing anything about it.

But what does K. Pao expect the CEO’s to do? One interpretation is that they can create programs to help their celibate employees get laid. But does anyone seriously think that’s what she means? Nope, it’s clear that she means the “incels” should be fired.

But what does she think an “incel” is? I have always assumed that it’s just shorthand for “involuntarily celibate” and applies to any male who isn’t having sex because he can’t find a girl who wants to have sex with him. Under this definition of “incel,” the CEO’s should devise some way to figure who among their male employees are not having sex with women despite not being gay or true-believing fundamentalist Christians, and fire them.

However, the fake-news media has been using the term “incel” more specifically to mean males who complain about the problem on the internet. Under this more narrow definition of “incel,” she wants CEOs to monitor employees’ internet usage, even when they aren’t at work, and if they ever write anything anywhere on the internet about being “incel,” then they should be fired.

The latter explanation is actually more likely what she means, but it’s still pretty chilling and Nazi-like that big corporations should police everything their employees do in private when they aren’t at work, and destroy their careers if they ever express “incorrect” political opinions, or simply confess the wrong information about their private sex lives.

I would say that the SJW-left correctly realizes they can crack down on all dissenting opinion with a crackdown on anonymous internet posting and the career destruction of anyone caught writing the “wrong” things. This is the McCarthyist communist purges on steroids.

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May 4, 2018 at EDT am

Will big tech companies fire employees for being virgins?

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May 3, 2018 at EDT pm

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Monette Moio with her cute cat

It’s love. 📷: @keeoone

A post shared by Monette (@monettemoio) on

She’s the first girl Elliot Rodger had a crush on, when he was in middle school, but she bullied him in return.

I became known as the “weird kid” at Pinecrest, and people started to make fun of me, but I didn’t care. I had my online games to distract me from the harsh realities of life that I was too scared to face. The only time I did care was when a group of popular Seventh Grade girls started teasing me, which hurt a lot. One of these girls was Monette Moio, a pretty blonde girl who was Ashton’s younger sister. She must have thought I was an ultimate loser.

My experience during Middle School really darkened my view of the world, and it would only get darker from then on, as I suffered more and more. The way I was treated by girls at this time, especially by that evil bitch Monette Moio, sparked an intense fear of girls. The funny part of this is that I had a secret crush on Monette. She was the first girl I ever had a crush on, and I never admitted it to anyone. To be teased and ridiculed by the girl I had a crush on wounded me deeply.

Here she poses for Instagram with her cute cat.

Amazing how I can bring two seemingly unrelated recent blog topics (beta-male rage and cute cats on Instagram) together with this post!

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April 25, 2018 at EDT pm

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Incel: today vs the past

tmmm asks in a comment:

I wonder that was being incel so big deal before sexual revolution? There has always been incels in the world, but was it less big deal in the past?

tmmm asks in a comment:

I wonder that was being incel so big deal before sexual revolution? There has always been incels in the world, but was it less big deal in the past?

There was no such thing as incel before the sexual revolution. People were either married or unmarried. Unmarried people were expected to be celibate. Never-married people were expected to be virgins. Of course there was some cheating, but a large percentage of never-married people actually were virgins, and those who weren’t didn’t advertise the fact. Unlike today, there was no incel-shaming or virgin-shaming.

Also, homosexuals were deep in the closet, so people didn’t think that men were gay just because they weren’t married.

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April 25, 2018 at EDT am

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