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>Scott Adams to Men’s Rights Activists: You’ll never win an argument with a woman

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Scott Adams: Sometimes dumber than Dilbert’s boss.

So Scott Adams — the Dilbert guy — has a blog. About a week and a half ago he made the mistake of asking his readers to give him a topic to write about. Well, some MRAs heard about this, and, being MRAs, decided that they would flood his site with comments urging him to write about Men’s Rights. And so he did.

What they got from him wasn’t quite what they hoped. Really, though, it wasn’t what anyone would have hoped. So much so that Adams decided to take his post down, saying that it had gotten “a bit too much attention from outside my normal reading circle.”

Luckily, through the voodoo of Google, we can still see the original post. Adams started out, depressingly enough, by more-or-less agreeing with MRAs on a wide assortment of their pet issues big and small  — from men paying more for car insurance to the alleged anti-male bias of the legal system.  Much of what he wrote made as little sense as many real MRA rants; even his little jokey asides fell completely flat.

We take for granted that men should hold doors for women, and women should be served first in restaurants. Can you even imagine that situation in reverse?

Generally speaking, society discourages male behavior whereas female behavior is celebrated. Exceptions are the fields of sports, humor, and war. Men are allowed to do what they want in those areas.

Add to our list of inequities the fact that women have overtaken men in college attendance. If the situation were reversed it would be considered a national emergency.

After more or less agreeing that men are getting a raw deal, Adams dismissed the complaints of women upset that women earn less than men; to Adams, this is because they are naturally timid souls who don’t know how to ask for raises.

So far, so not-so-good. But then Adams pulled the old switcheroo on his MRA readers, who up until this point were presumably giddy with excitement.

Now I would like to speak directly to my male readers who feel unjustly treated by the widespread suppression of men’s rights:

Get over it, you bunch of pussies.

Uh oh! Shaming tactic! MRAs love directing vagina-based insults at others — mangina anyone? — but they hate hate hate it when anyone directs a vagina-based insult at them. To be fair, calling someone a pussy is not much of an argument.

But here’s where Adams pulled a sort of double switcheroo. After insulting Men’s Rights activists, he did them one better with a bizarre, brazen misogynistic argument that seemed to have been cribbed from some of the more idiotic comments on the various MGTOW message boards.  It turned out that the reason Adams thinks men should “get over it” is that … well, read it for yourself.

The reality is that women are treated differently by society for exactly the same reason that children and the mentally handicapped are treated differently. It’s just easier this way for everyone. You don’t argue with a four-year old about why he shouldn’t eat candy for dinner. You don’t punch a mentally handicapped guy even if he punches you first. And you don’t argue when a women tells you she’s only making 80 cents to your dollar. It’s the path of least resistance. You save your energy for more important battles.

What what what?? This is the sort of shit you expect from some low-grade misogynist loser on The Spearhead.  But no, this is Scott Adams, internationally famous cartoonist and bestselling author. Instead of trying to explain just what the fuck he means by all this, Adams continued on with a very strange, and strangely sexual, chess metaphor:

How many times do we men suppress our natural instincts for sex and aggression just to get something better in the long run? It’s called a strategy. Sometimes you sacrifice a pawn to nail the queen. If you’re still crying about your pawn when you’re having your way with the queen, there’s something wrong with you and it isn’t men’s rights.

Apparently In Scott Adams’ world, chess players don’t get all their kicks above the waistline, Sunshine. 

After a few more paragraphs that, frankly, don’t make any more sense than what I’ve quoted so far, Adams seemed to realize that maybe he shouldn’t have really suggested that women were a bunch of retarded children. But instead of going back and removing that from his post, he dug himself further in with a weird and completely unconvincing denial:

I realize I might take some heat for lumping women, children and the mentally handicapped in the same group. So I want to be perfectly clear. I’m not saying women are similar to either group. I’m saying that a man’s best strategy for dealing with each group is disturbingly similar. If he’s smart, he takes the path of least resistance most of the time, which involves considering the emotional realities of other people.

As far as I can figure out his weird and convoluted argument, it is this: The world really is unfair to men. But you’ll never win this argument with a women — you know how they are. So keep quiet and maybe … you’ll get to fuck the queen? 

No wonder he deleted the post. 

Completely off-topic observation: Every time I hear the name Dilbert, the song Dilbar Dil Se Pyare, from the 1971 Bollywood hit Caravan, gets stuck in my head. So let’s see if I can get it stuck in your head:

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evilwhitemalempire
9 years ago

>David Futrelle said… "Nick, the fact that women are involved in maintaining patriarchy is rather crucial to understanding what feminists mean by patriarchy; many women actually benefit in various ways from patriarchy." So then why are other women opposed to this 'patriarchy'? Because they're ugly?Because they're fat?Because they think it's oppression having to sexually compete with magazine models? (Oh, the humanity!)Because they think it's mens fault that they become bullimics trying to do so? (Jeeez! You folks can't have ANY accountability!?)Because they think that businesses would keep right on paying men more money for the same work when they could just fire all the dudes and save millions? And let's not forget the big one: Because they think it's a war crime if a man actually has control during sex? (Males are sexually dominant animals throughout most of the animal kingdom. But somehow it's not natural just because a bunch of peach fuzzed sea world attractions with worthless college degrees in humaniteeees, wimminzzz stuudeees, etc. say so?)

evilwhitemalempire
9 years ago

>"Well, then I guess there are no feminist laws as the MRA's claim since men are the majority of congress,police and judges that enforce them."Men like Scott Adams are the majority of congress, police and judges that enforce them.And they only do it because they're afraid of loosing their jobs if they don't. So they go along with whatever bullshit speweth forth from female mouth.There ARE feminist laws. Don't piss on my head and tell me it's raining.

Lady Victoria von Syrus

>So what you're implying, EvilWhiteMaleEmpire, is that if a woman is unattractive and overweight, her thoughts and desires can be readily dismissed? That she's unworthy of attention or respect? That no idea or argument put forth by an ugly, fat woman could ever have any value because of how she looks?Dude, that's patriarchy right there, staring you in the face.

David Futrelle
9 years ago

>Keep typing, evil. Maybe eventually you'll make some sort of sense. Also, where exactly did you (and so many other tiresome internet arguers) get the notion that adding letters to words (humaniteeees, wimminzzz stuudeees) is somehow a stinging insult?

Bee
Bee
9 years ago

>David, Johnnykaje: The only thing the least bit good about the comics is Ziggy Circus; you know–switching the "punchlines" of the day's Ziggy and the Family Circus. (Assuming your paper carries those abominations.) It usually results in some stranger (or a parrot) calling Ziggy "Mommy" and one of the melon-headed children spouting off about how much it sucks to be them.Absent that, there's always those serial comics that are not actually supposed to be funny but always are: The Phantom, Apartment 3-G, Judge Parker, Mary Worth … Then again, I find MRA arguments hilarious, so perhaps my sense of humor is "off."

evilwhitemalempire
9 years ago

>Lady Victoria von Syrus said… "So what you're implying, EvilWhiteMaleEmpire, is that if a woman is unattractive and overweight, her thoughts and desires can be readily dismissed?"If your thoughts and desires are a bunch of selfish entitlement nonsense they most certainly can and should be. I might point out that attractive women have loads of thoughts and desires that should most certainly should be dismissed. (even if it seldom happens) "That she's unworthy of attention or respect?"Your not entitled to attention and respect is earned not learned."That no idea or argument put forth by an ugly, fat woman could ever have any value because of how she looks?"Correct. No idea or argument should be judged by the appearance of the presenter. But that isn't really your point. You point is to say that it's wrong that you should have more difficulty getting folks to agree with your B.S. than an attractive woman does in getting folks to agree with her B.S. "Dude, that's patriarchy right there, staring you in the face." No that's EQUALITY. Patriarchal oppression: Ugly women not being unfairly treated the way attractive women are unfairly treated.

shaenon
9 years ago

>I was watching the awesome movie "American Psycho" the other night and it kept reminding me of this blog. There's a scene where a bunch of stockbrokers are sitting around making somewhat piggish comments about women, and sociopath protagonist Patrick Bateman, trying to join in on the guy talk, puts a big grin on his face and cheerfully repeats a quote from Ed Gein about wanting to see a pretty girl's head on a stick. The point is that the whole conversation is threaded with a certain hostility toward women, but everyone except Bateman understands the socially acceptable level: bragging about lovin' and leavin' bimbos is okay, fantasizing about murdering them is not.I see that problem in a lot of MRA talk: it's not that their attitudes are fundamentally different than the sexism in mainstream society, it's that they don't have any sense of perspective, context, or tone. Scott Adams seems to be having the same trouble here. Lots of guys joke about letting the little woman have her way, you know how chicks are, ha ha. Only a special few will take it to the logical conclusion of, "Yeah, women are basically retarded children you can have sex with! Amirite, guys?"Oh, Scott Adams. What the hell.

Pam
Pam
9 years ago

>whatifgirl, on standard MRA "arguments," I've got a few of those addressed in my "dumb things"faq and in some of the "further reading" posts, linked in the sidebar, but I think I will do another post on "brilliant MRA arguments and insults we've never ever heard a bazillion times before."If you (or anyone) have any specific thoughts on some we should include in that, post them below.Although not an argument or insult that we've never ever heard a bazillion times before, I thought that AntZ' screed and "proofs" (including his reponses to rebuttals) about the feminist hate conspiracy regarding use of Ritalin to perform genocide on boys, which appeared in the comments section of David's post on Good Men Project, was quite interesting.

triplanetary
9 years ago

>Because they think it's a war crime if a man actually has control during sex? (Males are sexually dominant animals throughout most of the animal kingdom. But somehow it's not natural just because a bunch of peach fuzzed sea world attractions with worthless college degrees in humaniteeees, wimminzzz stuudeees, etc. say so?)And that, ladies and gentlemen, is what we call rape culture.

Amnesia
9 years ago

>You know, I hold open doors for men all the time. Only when I do it, I don't call it chivalry, I call it having the decency to not let the door slam in the face of the person behind me. Why is it such a big deal when men hold doors open for women? So, when men aren't getting the majority of degrees, it's a problem with society and the education system, but when women are paid 80 cents to every man's dollar and make up a minority of most higher paying jobs, it's because women just aren't assertive enough? Obvious double standards are obvious.Especially since Scott also makes the case that men can't win an argument with a women. Let me see if I can map this logic out:Women always win arguments against men.Meaning if a woman argued for a pay raise against a male boss, she would win.Women make less money on average than men.Meaning a woman who makes less than a man must not be arguing for it, even though she would win.Because… That would be cheating?@PamAh, yes, AntZ. As a feminist with ADD that takes medication, I found his comments particularly obnoxious and misinformed. I mean, even more misinformed than the usual douchebag that tells me the condition I struggle with daily doesn't exist, and then gets upset when I take offense.

SallyStrange
9 years ago

>Because they think it's a war crime if a man actually has control during sex? EvilWhiteMaleEmpire: endorsing and justifying rape. And trying to justify it with the naturalistic fallacy, too. Blergh, I'm not feeling too well.

carswell
9 years ago

>@Trip – you beat me to it.

Lady Victoria von Syrus

>So, EWME, here's another question for you:How can a woman (personal attractiveness aside) earn your respect? Do be specific.

Hide and Seek
9 years ago

>"Males are sexually dominant animals throughout most of the animal kingdom." Are we now ordering our sex lives based on how *some* animals fuck? If so, I'll take bonobo. And also the retirement plan of leaf-cutter ants. Please.

Elizabeth
9 years ago

>I agree Hide, bonobos have a cool society and we should be more like them.

Ozymandias
9 years ago

>Ooh! Ooh! Can I be a hyena? I always wanted to be a hyena! I want an oversize clitoris I can penetrate men with, that would be awesome. Also, hyenas are basically walking disprovals of EWME's "male dominance in sex" theory, which is surprisingly close to Ms. Dworkin's theory on the matter for a supposed anti-feminist. Plagiarism…?

SallyStrange
9 years ago

>Why would a person want to have control during sex anyway? It's a collaborative effort. When I'm dancing with someone I'm not in control of them, even if I'm leading. Ditto for sex. I find the sex/dancing metaphor to be extremely informative.

DarkSideCat
9 years ago

>"Males are sexually dominant animals throughout most of the animal kingdom" EWME-clearly not a biologist. 75% of the animal kingdom species are arthropods (which includes insects and spiders) which do not have a pattern of "sexually dominant males". The next biggest phyllas are, you guessed it-worms and mollusks. Of the about 1,000,000 known animal species, mammals are only about 4,500. And, of the mammals, slightly less than a third are rodents (male rodents are not sexually or socially dominant for most species either). Even the remaining 2,300 or so non-rodent mammals, not all of those have "sexually dominant" males either. Beetles (a subset of arthropods) have the most species at 350,000. Bow down before the power of beetle society fools!

Hide and Seek
9 years ago

>$50 says facts don"t get in the way of Evil's conclusion.Also, now I can't stop thinking of beetle sex.

Lady Victoria von Syrus

>I've seen pictures of a snake sexball. Apparently, when it's mating season, some species of snake all curl up into a giant snake orgy. That might be kind of cool, if only our spines were as bendy as snake spines!

SallyStrange
9 years ago

>@ Lady VicI've personally witnessed the annual spring orgy of yellow-spotted salamanders. Literally thousands of them, wrapped around each other in balls of salamanders 2-3 across, thrashing in the swamp water so much that the water actually roils. It does sound like fun, minus the being in a swamp part. I'd just as soon not be a duck or a rat though. Male rats have pointy barbed penises. Male ducks have giant spiral penises, and female ducks have bizarre labyrinthine vaginas with multiple dead ends. They can literally choose to close off their uterus and send the sperm up a dead end if they don't like their suitor/rapist. I think the existence of the clitoris is evidence enough that rape is not an adaptive behavior for humans, at least not AS adaptive as mutually pleasurable sexual behavior. Even if it were (adaptive), once upon a time, who's to say it is now? And just because it was once an adaptive behavior doesn't mean we should tolerate it or encourage it. Murdering people is also an adaptive behavior in certain circumstances. Naturalistic fallacy, how I love deconstructing thee. It's always an excellent opportunity to discuss some more interesting aspects of animal behavior. Folks who are interested in more bizarre animal sex practices should check out Isabella Rossellini's Green Porno series she did for the Sundance Channel. It's hilarious. She dresses up as various kinds of animals (bee, snail, barnacle, worm, dolphin, deer, etc.) and acts out their mating behaviors, with a puppet versions of said animal as her mating partner. "Ah! My penis breaks off! I fall to the ground, bleeding to death. But my sperm will fertilize a new generation of bees!" http://www.sundancechannel.com/greenporno/

Lady Victoria von Syrus

>I just watched a couple of Rossellini's shorts – those are awesome! And yeah, I find it curious when men suggest that rape is the 'natural order of things,' but then are at a complete loss to explain why women evolved the clitoris – the only organ whose sole purpose is sexual pleasure (everything else serves double duty). Gee, maybe evolution figured out that more babies happen when women enjoy/want to have sex, too?

Joe
Joe
9 years ago

>> the clitoris – the only organ whose sole purpose is sexual pleasure (everything else serves double duty)Not quite. There's the male nipple.

Lady Victoria von Syrus

>@ Joe: The male nipple is a holdover, not an evolutionary adaptation.

JoAnne
9 years ago

>"thewhatifgirl said… May I humbly suggest that David construct a small section on this blog wherein the arguments that always come up (for example, "feminists never blame women") are dealt with succinctly, so we can just refer these guys there when they inevitably bring up an argument that they think we must have never heard before because it didn't come out of their genius brains yet? "I like this idea. Maybe give them numbers so we can just say, "that's number 14".Which reminds me of the joke about the newly convicted prisoner going to the mess hall the very first time. Signs on the wall say "no talking," but he hears the old timers one by one call out numbers. "142." Laughter. "85." More laughter. "239." Chuckles. "177." Guffaws.He gets back to his cell and asks his cellmate what that was all about. "As you know, we're not allowed to converse in the mess hall, but we've all memorized these jokes from this here joke book, so we just call out the number and laugh. The guards are okay with it and everyone's happy."The new guy reads and reads the joke book and starts to get it, he laughs when he recognizes a number and starts to see the fun in it.A month or so into his sentence, he has the jokebook memorized. He decides to take a chance, and, at a lull in the number-calling, "91!" he calls out.Silence.Someone else quickly jumps in with "317," and the laughs resume.When he gets back to the cell he dejectedly asks his cellmate, "what happened? that was one of the funniest jokes in the book.""Son," the cellmate replies sympathetically, "some folks just don't know how to tell a joke."

SallyStrange
9 years ago

>Men can lactate too, given enough stimulation.

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>I skimmed through this, and here's the gist of what I got:I disagree with this man and he compared the treatment of a sex to that of other groups, so I'll fixate on that and call misogyny again. Also, the commenter above me is talking about men lactating for some reason.

nicko81m
9 years ago

>Feminists seem to pull things out of their ass and call it “patriarchy”. They call anything "patriarchy" even that it makes no connection or sense regarding that it truly is patriarchy.I am holding my dick in my hand, oh, that's patriarchy ROFLFor example, regarding evilwhitemale’s post, in response Lady Vic said:"So what you're implying, EvilWhiteMaleEmpire, is that if a woman is unattractive and overweight, her thoughts and desires can be readily dismissed? That she's unworthy of attention or respect? That no idea or argument put forth by an ugly, fat woman could ever have any value because of how she looks?""Dude, that's patriarchy right there, staring you in the face."WTF? How is this patriarchy?What is seriously wrong with feminists? Come on, this is ridiculous. It's like me saying that just because some women don't like wealthy men, this is "matriarchy" Just because women have standards, this is matriarchy.Anyway, here is another ridiculous post that's so easy to ridicule.Xtra said"Well, then I guess there are no feminist laws as the MRA's claim since men are the majority of congress,police and judges that enforce them.""I like using nicko logic, it's fun"So that would mean just because the prime minister of Australia is a woman and the premier of Queensland is a woman, that means I live in a matriarchal society as the two most powerful people who pull the strings in the society I live in are women.Does this mean I can start cracking a mental fit and shout in women's faces while telling them that I am oppressed because now I live in a matriarchal society?Seriously, you feminists are raven loons. You truly are fucking demented. You just pull anything out of your ass and call it patriarchy.This behaviour from a person is seriously disturbingI suggest to see a shrink and tell them all about this. They would be amazed.GET HELP!

nicko81m
9 years ago

>"May I humbly suggest that David construct a small section on this blog wherein the arguments that always come up (for example, "feminists never blame women") are dealt with succinctly, so we can just refer these guys there when they inevitably bring up an argument that they think we must have never heard before because it didn't come out of their genius brains yet?"Probably only 1 percent of feminism blames women for an issue.

nicko81m
9 years ago

>Well, I am off to get something to eat. I guess that's an act of patriarchy too as feminists just pull anything out of their arse and call it patriarchy

SallyStrange
9 years ago

>Wow Stringer, I guess you're too dumb to relate my post on lactation to the three or four posts above it talking about the evolutionary function of male nipples. What's the matter, can't read more than a few sentences in one sitting? Poor short-term memory? I'd like to know how feminism is broken down into percentages. Is that a percent of the types of feminisms? Like, eco-feminism, womanism, first wave, second wave, third wave, sex-positive, lesbian separatist? Or perhaps it's 1% of feminISTS, that is, people who self-identify as feminists. Of course then you'd have to wonder what "an issue" is. Generic issues. Yup. I blame men for generic issues. It's all men's fault, whatever it is. I guess this really is how boringly simplistic the whole MRA ethos really is. Projection and stupidity. Nicko, I'm sure you could turn eating out into an exercise in patriarchy. Maybe you could hit on the cashier and not take no for an answer. Leer a little bit. Condescend to her. Enjoy watching her try to suppress her discomfort. Or try pinching your waitress' butt. Suss out her boss first, if it's a guy she might not say anything to him, in which case, there's nothing stopping you, you force of nature, you! Also, if you see a gay couple while you're eating, make sure to wrinkle your nose and shoot dirty looks at them whenever possible. Try to make sure they notice.

SallyStrange
9 years ago

>Gee, maybe evolution figured out that more babies happen when women enjoy/want to have sex, too? I think, in a species like ours, where pregnancy and giving birth is so goddamn problematic, thanks to our oversized brains, having sex be extremely desirable for females must be a necessary adaptation.

nicko81m
9 years ago

>I just got hot chips, a woman cooked it. Again, I will pull something out of my ass and call it patriarchy. Why not? Feminists do it all the time because they are a bit….ummm demented

triplanetary
9 years ago

>Well, I am off to get something to eat. I guess that's an act of patriarchy too as feminists just pull anything out of their arse and call it patriarchyI'm sorry that you're having trouble understanding the fundamental premises that you've elected to argue about, but let me remind you that nobody forced you to come sit at the grown-ups' table.

nicko81m
9 years ago

>Oh, I just farted. Is that patriarchy too?It came from a man so it must be

nicko81m
9 years ago

>"Nicko, I'm sure you could turn eating out into an exercise in patriarchy. Maybe you could hit on the cashier and not take no for an answer. Leer a little bit. Condescend to her. Enjoy watching her try to suppress her discomfort." I guess if the roles were reversed, this would be matriarchy, right?Oh damn, I am forgetting, there is a foolish feminist double standard. I would be deemed as an idiot if I called it matriarchy.Just as I would be deemed as an idiot if I said it was “matriarchy” because the prime minister of Australia is a woman and the premier of Queensland is a woman. So the two most powerful people in the society I live in are women. This must be matriarchy once again!I am entitled to call it this, right? When the prime minister and premier is a man, it’s not foolish in a feminist world to call it patriarchy.

Elizabeth
9 years ago

>Yep-Nick has got to be 12.

SallyStrange
9 years ago

>"Nicko, I'm sure you could turn eating out into an exercise in patriarchy. Maybe you could hit on the cashier and not take no for an answer. Leer a little bit. Condescend to her. Enjoy watching her try to suppress her discomfort."I guess if the roles were reversed, this would be matriarchy, right?Oh, definitely. If men had been systematically and sometimes forcefully prevented from fully participating in civil society for thousands of years, and if men had only recently persuaded the ruling class of women to grant you the right to own property, attend secondary education, get jobs that involved doing things besides fixing plumbing, mowing the lawn, and looking after the children, vote, and hold office, and if you, a man, were working a minimum wage type job just to hold it together, and a woman (who, being a member of the ruling class, has come to expect automatic deference and respect from any man) came in and made a suggestion to which you were not amenable, yet refused to take no for an answer, then yes. That would be matriarchy.

nicko81m
9 years ago

>"If men had been systematically and sometimes forcefully prevented from fully participating in civil society for thousands of years, and if men had only recently persuaded the ruling class of women to grant you the right to own property, attend secondary education, get jobs that involved doing things besides fixing plumbing, mowing the lawn, and looking after the children, vote, and hold office, and if you, a man, were working a minimum wage type job just to hold it together, and a woman (who, being a member of the ruling class, has come to expect automatic deference and respect from any man) came in and made a suggestion to which you were not amenable, yet refused to take no for an answer, then yes."Do women have these burdens in America 2011? NO. So that means there is no patriarchy.In fact, MEN WERE FORCED TO BE THE FINANCIAL SLAVES OF WOMEN IN THE PAST. But feminists never mention any of this as they have no consideration for men.Anyway, just because patriarchy may existed generations ago…well a long long time ago in a galaxy far far away in a time before I was even born, this doesn't mean it's existing in 2011.Just because you are angry about what happened in the past, this doesn't mean you should pull anything out of your ass in 2011 and call it "patriarchy".

Amnesia
9 years ago

>Aw, how cute, nicko actually thinks he's being smart.

nicko81m
9 years ago

>"Aw, how cute, nicko actually thinks he's being smart." I am as I am pointing out how fucking stupid, delusional, and demented feminists truly are.It's truly entertaining to watch feminists constantly pull things out of their arse and call it patriarchy. They think nearly everything is patriarchy. As I am typing this message, it must be patriarchy, heh

e4919700-4d45-11e0-bbf3-000bcdcb8a73

>I'm in bed petting a very, very patriarchal cat. She is a reactionary and her mews are very demeaning to the feminists, and by that I mean all women.Oh, wait, my cat is female so that must mean I hate her. Kind of makes me wonder why I'm giving her ear scritchums right now. It couldn't be that these feminists are retarded and wrong, no.

triplanetary
9 years ago

>Huh, I didn't know Nick was Australian. Australia has a regressive/conservative element similar to America's, so that's hardly a surprise.

Elizabeth
9 years ago

>String is being less coherent then normal.Yep, Nick is a 12 year old Australian male.

nicko81m
9 years ago

>e4919700-4d45-11e0-bbf3-000bcdcb8a73 Even when females are giving orders, it's patriarchy as what some retarded feminist was saying earlier in this thread.As much as there are things to laugh about towards people in the Men's Rights movement, a very large number of feminists are a total cack session. They are more screwy than anything.

SallyStrange
9 years ago

>[Two white dudes sitting around laughing about how stupid black people insist that they experience racism every day. "Haha, white supremacy is everywhere. Look, I just farted. I guess it's because I'm racist. My turds come from a white butt. Guess that means my turds are oppressing black people. Hahahaha."]

Kave
9 years ago

>String likes his female cat hence he doesn't hate human females.Logic.

nicko81m
9 years ago

>Explain exactly how black people experience racism everyday?In fact, explain how white people are privileged.You feminuts have a serious chip on your shoulder towards white males. You totally hate our guts as you just whine about us all day every day. Feminists seem have this obsessive need to nitpick white men at any chance they have.That right there is discriminatory against a group. A movement called feminism constantly looks for any way to knock the white male down. It’s an obsession in their minds.The biggest offenders of discrimination in year 2011 are feminists. It's so ironic that they claim they are against the very thing they are the biggest offenders of.

nicko81m
9 years ago

>Feminists would have to be the biggest polluters on the planet. The biggest wasters and consumers of useless junk that contributes to the dying of humanity. Hardly anything gets done about it, even that it’s so damn obvious. Instead, they just buy more and more rubbish that keeps the cycle of hate prevailing that causes gender wars and people to be angry at each other.They think their movement is doing good for humanity but instead it just causes hatred and bigotry. They are so blind to see it, it’s very disturbing. Religion is poisonous to humanity as it is but feminism seems to be a more severe case.The hatred and anger towards males from the movement is incredibly massive. If you claim to be a feminist, you are a raven idiot.

Amnesia
9 years ago

>@nickoYeah, cause I'm totally gonna take somebody who calls me 'fucking stupid, delusional, and demented' seriously. Oh, wait, I have a sense of self worth.