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>On Strike. Also: kitties.

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It’s not hard to find misogyny on manosphere sites. Hell, on some sites, like The Spearhead or MGTOWforums.com, it’s hard to find a discussion that’s not overflowing with misogyny. 
What is hard to find, sometimes, is misogyny that is interesting. As I poked around on the regular sites today the misogyny all blurred together into one giant mass of “I’ve heard it all before.” Here, it’s: women are all dirty whores. There, it’s: those damn bitches will get their comeuppance when we Go Our Own Way. Yeah, yeah. Tell me something I don’t know. 


So I’m going on strike today for better misogyny. 
In the meantime, I present: a cat trying to jump onto a dresser. (In the interest of fairness, I should point out that cats can also do this.)


Maybe I’m just being cranky. There may well be some genuinely interesting misogyny I missed in either or both of the threads I linked to above. If you find some, feel free to post it in the comments.
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Avicenna
9 years ago

>@DarksideCatCurse you! Feminists are trying to take my music away! That's it! I am going my own way!It's a nice song. It's a standard break up song, and in the same genre as Blues (you know… when people sang almost exclusively about women, jobs, the man and drugs). It's the stage of just after a break up initiated by someone else. You still love them and want them back. And besides the alternatives sound daft and like something Al Yankowich would produce. Mr. Mars has a song called Just the Way you Are, Marry You and a song about hanging out with his friends. It's not as bad as you think. There are plenty of positive songs about relationships too, just this one is about a break up or unrequited love.I suppose you could listen to Price Tag by Jessie J if you want something completely different.