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JudgyBitch: Wives with low libido are man-hating bigots

Dudes: If your wife isn't horny for yoy, she's probably into misandry and witchcraft and maybe Pinterest.
Dudes: If your wife isn’t horny for you, she’s probably into misandry and witchcraft and possibly even Pinterest.

In a post ostensibly about the imminent arrival of female Viagra, our dear friend JudgyBitch weighs in on yet another subject about which she knows shit: the reasons that women who are not her might not want to have sex with their husbands:

Loss of libido in women, excepting rare medical conditions, in my opinion, is a direct result of not seeing men as emotionally complex beings. If you’re married, at some point, your husband probably stood in front of you and promised to love you forever. Rejecting him physically is a very wounding thing to do. It hurts. Sex is one of the most important, intimate ways married couples show that they love one another. Refusing to have sex with your husband is telling him, in a very painful way, that you don’t love him. That you don’t care for him or about him.

Huh. If I hadn’t seen her on video, thus confirming her status as an adult human female, I would have a hard time believing that it was an actual woman saying this and not some horny, creepy teenage boy in the process of trying to manipulate his girlfriend into “going all the way.”

Oh, but she’s got more:

I guess the only way to justify that is to think of men as emotionless. It doesn’t hurt men to be rejected because they don’t feel anything to begin with.

Really? The only way to justify saying “no” to your husband when you don’t want to have sex with him is if you convince yourself he’s emotionless? But women should just force themselves to say “yes” to sex when they don’t want to and simply endure what follows?

That’s the ugly little reality behind female viagara. Will it actually boost women’s libido? Who knows. What difference will it make, though, if women are going to continue to see men as less than completely human? That’s the real problem.

Does anyone know where to get irony meters at a reasonable price? Mine just leapt off the table, ran around the room screaming, and exploded.

 

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kiki
kiki
7 years ago

Good choice!

Yeah well, gotta watch out for that financial rape. According to the stupidest fucking people on the planet, it happens all the time.

Wetherby
Wetherby
7 years ago

But won’t you be the financial rapist?

(And does this make me a financial rape apologist?)

Kittehserf
7 years ago

If the very Catholic society of France four centuries ago had made divorce impossible, my beloved would never have been born, because he was the first child of his father’s second marriage. If the sheer brutality of the notion (and yes, the way this sort of thing always punishes women far more than men) weren’t enough, that would be enough to wish a constant rain of dog diarrhoea on Pattycake Truthiness’s head forever. Even if he is just Mr Al trolling for the lulz as usual.

kiki
kiki
7 years ago

But won’t you be the financial rapist?

No, y’see, because when we first met she was unemployed, and I pretty much paid for everything for about a month. Using MRA LOGICK (TM), that means I am now entitled to as much of her stuff as I want from now until the heat death of the universe, and to cry like a three-year-old trust fund baby if I don’t get it.

melody
7 years ago

@Seranvali
Amazing take down. *applauds*

Now, I should go to bed as it is 4am.
How do I keep staying up so late…………

GreySky
GreySky
7 years ago

Also, regarding the poor men forced to pay for children that women trick them into having all the time:
http://nymag.com/thecut/2013/05/when-men-sabotage-birth-control.html

palmedfire
7 years ago

In a Christian patriarchal society, divorce would be illegal. People could separate, but would never have a chance to remarry again. They would also be shunned by society if they moved in with another person.

Remind me again how this is ‘compassionate’ patriarchy?

Fibinachi
Fibinachi
7 years ago

What I want to know – communication is why the writing being written is being written like this – expression – because the wonder it causes in me is quite a wonder to behold, because I wonder if wondering about it can somehow make me – questions – do the same thing with my own expressions of expressive communication.

Kim
Kim
7 years ago

@PPT
Your ‘ideal world’ sounds more like a dystopian horror story ever time you spit out new details.

leftwingfox
7 years ago

PPT’s “kind and gentle” patriarchy: less physical abuse, more emotional abuse!

Marie
7 years ago

@Sir Bodsworth

…feminists who promote feminism…

Whoa, whoa. Slow down there, Einstein. This is a lot to take in all at once.

XD So glad I wasn’t drinking anything when I read that. Somehow missed it when he typed it…

@Augochlorella

I may have thrown off the cycle with my boyfriend money slave, though. I accidentally bought him a game he was pining for as a surprise. It wasn’t even his birthday! Help me hivemind. What do I do?

Get a cat. Cats are misandry.

@ProPatria

Feminists indeed have no regard for the feelings of unborn children, anti-feminist women, children and men affected by the no-fault divorce system, and others effected by our post-Christian paradigm shift.

Citation needed. Though I won’t nitpick ‘unborn children’ since, you know…they’re not born yet and I prioritize the person alive over them.

many feminists have discriminatory feelings toward transsexuals,

“In other news, being a feminist does not prevent one from being a bigot in other ways. The shock! I thought feminism meant all women were angels!”

The planet – world – feminists are so intent on creating on the ashes of the world they are so intent on destroying.

::cackles evilly:: From our feminist airships, we will rain fire over their lands. A fire that will destroy *everything*. And out of the ashes a new world will be born. A world in which all the lands are Feminist, and Dworkin is the supreme ruler of everything!

kiki
kiki
7 years ago

Remind me again how this is ‘compassionate’ patriarchy?

‘Compassionate shunning’ isn’t an oxymoron if you’re a sanctimonious right-wing shitbag.

Marie
7 years ago

@boring troll of boringness

Men don’t but women do indeed have a financial incentive to walk away from their marriage and leave the former love of the lives in abject poverty.

Citation needed. God, I’m not one to complain about the good ole days of trolls, mainly because I wasn’t there, but this guy is as boring as fuck. Better trollz plz.

Being forced to pay for a divorce he never wanted and to pay for children his ex wife intentionally denies him the right to see is indeed “FINANCIAL RAPE!

See, the thing is you can’t force people to stay married, and children need support. But I know mrms don’t give two craps about the children, even if they are *male* children, they just want (white, cis, straight men) to walk all over everybody and never have to do something that might inconvenience them such as taking care of a child.

@ProPatria

In a Christian patriarchal society, divorce would be illegal. People could separate, but would never have a chance to remarry again.

That’s not a good thing, bub. My dad (who’s christian, btw) is getting remarried this summer, and he and his fiance seem much happier than my dad and my mom in the last years of their marriage. I fail to see how forcing them not to get married would be a good thing.

@boring troll of boringness

Yet these women continue to choose to work for employers who are well known for paying low wages as well as work in jobs that require less education, less risk and don’t work as many hours than their more successful male counterparts.

Because they need jobs. My mom had to take a job that, while didn’t pay minimum wage, didn’t pay much and was part time, because she needed a job when she was unemployed. It was grading ISTEP* tests. It was late and night and she didn’t even feel like it was worthwhile and boring because she didn’t think standard testing worked well. She was looking for jobs. Good paying jobs that are actually things she’d want to do. They tend to be pretty hard to find. She has an education, btw. She just couldn’t find jobs there

*Indiana’s standard testing stuff.

@kittehs

Praise the Dark Lord, for his banhammer is mighty!

::kneels::

@kiki

Oh, and next week I’m getting married to a woman who makes nearly twice as much money as me. So, y’know, fuck MRAs.

Congratulations! 😀

auggziliary
auggziliary
7 years ago

I really don’t get all this anti divorce stuff today. Marriage isn’t some permanent contract. Yes, it used to be. But it changed.
It seems like these people don’t understand how consequences work at all. Like the anti-divorce people say “You should have thought about this before you married.” as if divorce is some cheat out of a rightful punishment for being stupid(not being able to read the future or not preventing yourself and your partner from changing). It’s not some cheat, divorce is just as much of a consequence.
Ditto with abortion. Abortion is not some cop out, it is also a consequence of having sex.

By the way, by “consequence” I don’t mean to say that the person is stupid or something. There’s no way you can know if you’re partner will change(or even abuse), and sometimes during sex birth control doesn’t work, or it’s rape… I’m just saying divorce and abortion are valid choices that can(and should in many cases) be made. I mean “consequence” like a result, not a punishment.

It’s like saying that hospitals shouldn’t treat car wreck victims, because most were caused by someone not paying attention, and that them having severe injuries/death is a consequence they deserve. No one who supports their care is saying “Yeah not paying attention while driving is totally OK. Hell we don’t even need road rules.”

GreySky
GreySky
7 years ago

@Fibinachi Because communication – written – in a post material world – planet – is immaterial.

cloudiah
7 years ago

My favorite part was how David M Green wrote that the quicksand was “suckling” and ascribed pleasure to the process.

The guy wrote an erotic story about watching someone drown in quicksand, and he calls us sociopaths.

I do wish the dog had been a talking dog; that would have made it even better.

Athywren
Athywren
7 years ago

You know that feeling where you go to bed one night, then the next morning you pay attention to the world and it seems like something’s become a little unhinged in reality? Yeah… David M whatever… was he sent to test our patience? Is he proof of a malevolent god?

[Show][Hide]Just testing something before I waste time on a massive post in response to a guy who’s been banned and won’t be replying anyway.

Athywren
Athywren
7 years ago

Yeah, alright, so forget replying at the DaMaGed one.

@Propatria

Additionally, many feminists have discriminatory feelings toward transsexuals, such as Mary Daley and Factcheckme,

Yes, this is true. Being a feminist doesn’t guarantee that you’ll be right about other things… this is one of the things I’ve learnt since feminism and skepticism intersected in my life. Being rational, reasonable, and otherwise brilliant about one, two, or even a million things will not stop you from descending into frothy, irrational dickweaselry when faced with a subject that scares you.

although I say this not as a criticism of them.

Why the hell not? If you don’t criticise them for things like this, what are the chances that they’ll ever change? Self reflection will only get you so far if you’re not seeing an accurate reflection of yourself.

In a Christian patriarchal society, divorce would be illegal. People could separate, but would never have a chance to remarry again. They would also be shunned by society if they moved in with another person. Both men and women would be required to support all their children and be under the same rules.

Which is why I don’t ever want to live in a Christian patriarchal society. Well, that and the knowledge of history.
Sure, people shouldn’t marry if they don’t intend to stay together… but very, very, very few people marry when they’re not intending to stay together. People just drift, fall, or break apart sometimes. Sometimes they don’t realise that someone is a lot less pleasant than they seem to be on the surface, and they marry someone who treats them awfully, and they deserve to be able to free themselves from that. And if, upon meeting someone else, someone who really is as pleasant as they seem on the surface, they want to try to make the same commitment with this other person, they should be allowed to. Partly because people make mistakes and should not be punished for the rest of their lives for any but the absolute worst of them, but mostly because it’s none of our fucking business whether other people want to remarry.

Athywren
Athywren
7 years ago

Oh, and societies shunning people is pretty emotionally barbaric. I can understand shunning murderers, rapists, and politicians, but not people who want to have relationships after having already messed up one relationship.

ProPatria Truthteller
ProPatria Truthteller
7 years ago

Auggziliary’s quote “it used to be, but it changed” really explains it all. Just because something changed, doesn’t mean it can’t or shouldn’t be changed back. Some of us support responsible living and decision making; maybe we should try to form our own country somewhere, but where?
I am again not MRAL/Steele. I say this for his benefit, as I do not want my words being put in his mouth, in case he doesn’t agree with everything. I will continue to proclaim the movement of radical/moderate self-expressive Christian neodadaism.

Auggie
Auggie
7 years ago

“Auggziliary’s quote “it used to be, but it changed” really explains it all. Just because something changed, doesn’t mean it can’t or shouldn’t be changed back.”

Just because something changed doesn’t mean it can or should change back.

“Some of us support responsible living and decision making;”

What makes divorce “irresponsible”?

“maybe we should try to form our own country somewhere, but where?”

Do it. No really.

Auggie
Auggie
7 years ago

“radical/moderate self-expressive Christian neodadaism”

That’s a really long way of spelling “bullshit”.

Athywren
Athywren
7 years ago

“maybe we should try to form our own country somewhere, but where?”

Do it. No really.

Seconded. Not out of spite or anything – I’m British, so the only way it’ll effect me if America becomes a theocracy is when the religious wars start popping up in places like Utah, and my American friends start dying. But, y’know… if you want to make your own little corner of the world where you can have a Christian Nation… well go ahead, that’s fine, but do not force anyone else to live in your fantasy land because, seriously, check European history, post WWII, there’s an awful lot of pointless bloodshed because large and diverse countries were acting like small and insular countries, and civil war seems to be a common result of that… and civil wars are bad… just saying.

Athywren
Athywren
7 years ago

…Oh, dear godlessness…. why is it that my punctuation abilities just die as soon as the edit button is taken away from me!? :'(

Athywren
Athywren
7 years ago

@Argent
“Dada rejected reason and logic, prizing nonsense, irrationality and intuition.”

I don’t know… that actually sounds pretty close to the mark.

Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

Lol, but idk if ProPatria gets that. Also, Christian Dadaism?

ProPatria Truthteller
ProPatria Truthteller
7 years ago

Indeed, a big problem with separatism is figuring out policies to trade people, so those who fit better in a different country can move there.

Athywren
Athywren
7 years ago

Indeed, a big problem with separatism is figuring out policies to trade people, so those who fit better in a different country can move there.

Lovely euphemism. Just call it deportation, alright? No need for sugar.

Athywren
Athywren
7 years ago

I mean, that’s the real problem with separatism. People who don’t fit can be deported… sure. They can be torn away from their homes and sent to live in another country, where they are immediately, and more or less eternally, now “the foreigners.”
Personally, I wouldn’t care either way if my home county formed the USSY (United Socialist States of Yorkshire) with the other Yorkshires (there are four of us!) so long as the laws didn’t become draconian nonsense. As long as I was home, I would be fairly happy. But if I didn’t “fit” and was “given the opportunity” to leave, I would be very unhappy. This land is my home… it’s just land, but it’s where I fit on the map. The moors are beautiful, York is beautiful. Even the Humber is beautiful if you don’t look too closely. Other lands are beautiful, true, but they are not beautiful in the way home is. They say that home is where the heart is… and some people take that to mean that home is anywhere is long as you have love there, but it can also mean that your heart will always remain there, no matter where you are in the world. Ever wonder why Israel has so much trouble with their neighbours? I mean beyond the obvious and pointless religious tension.

Maude LL
7 years ago

I know Stee..uh, PPT is banned, but –
“maybe we should try to form our own country somewhere, but where?”

Reddit Island!

Marie
7 years ago

@propatria

. Some of us support responsible living and decision making; maybe we should try to form our own country somewhere, but where?

Somewhere far away from the rest of us please.

ellex24
7 years ago

radical/moderate self-expressive Christian neodadaism

*falls off chair laughing, scares cats*

I really don’t have anything else to say. That’s just hilarious.

Are you sure you don’t want to live in an anarcho-syndicalist commune instead?

Auggie
Auggie
7 years ago

Reddit Island is just going to be Lord of the Flies, but with straw feminism accusations or something… Maybe we should install super secret feminist hidden cameras. I’ll get the popcorn if this happens.

Kittehserf
7 years ago

ellex, “Help! Help! I’m being repressed!” could be one of the cries of the MRM, fersure! 😀

pecunium
7 years ago

Even though that’s not how quicksand works, though he seems to have a better idea of quicksand than he does of feminism.

Kittehserf
7 years ago

Well, we’re rid of him and Mr Patty Al, mercifully.

neuroticbeagle
neuroticbeagle
7 years ago

til the next sock anyways.

Kittehserf
7 years ago

True, true … he really needs to up his game, though. He’s crashed since the days of Steele.

CassandraSays
CassandraSays
7 years ago

Indeed, a big problem with separatism is figuring out policies to trade people, so those who fit better in a different country can move there.

I propose a troll trade! We can give MSteele to AVFM, and they can give us anyone who is not among the 99%.

Kittehserf
7 years ago

Hmm, is there anyone over there who’d be less of a douche in zir real persona than all of Mr 99%’s, even with their “boundaries, what are they?” I dunno … still, they might be marginally less boring.

mildlymagnificent
7 years ago

Marriage isn’t some permanent contract. Yes, it used to be. But it changed.

Not really. Death used to do the job quite neatly.

My great-grandmother’s family contained children of five, count them five, marriages. Her mother and father married and produced her and a few more children. Mother died. Father married a widow – with children from her first marriage. Repeat whole process. So children of father’s three marriages plus the children of his second and third wives earlier marriages. Serial monogamy and step-children are not a new or unusual thing in this world.

Personally, being a sissy who likes people to live long rather than die too young, I think easily available divorce is a much better option.

neuroticbeagle
neuroticbeagle
7 years ago

@Kittehs

He spent a lot of time on steele. Might be a while before he comes up with something that …elaborate again.

cloudiah
7 years ago

Speaking of troll trades, I spotted The First Joe over at the Spearhead. He was actually chastising them over the Jimmy Savile case, which didn’t go well.

Kittehserf
7 years ago

BWAHAHAHA that’d be funny! Was he telling them they were victim-blaming or should be paying attention to all those dreadful Muslims instead?

cloudiah
7 years ago

He was appalled that they were sticking up for a child molester, so it was probably one of his finer moments. And then he was attacked, since (a) things were different in the 60s and 70s, and (b) those are just allegations.

neuroticbeagle
neuroticbeagle
7 years ago

Oh yeah cause child molestation was much less damaging in the 60s and 70s. /SARCASM!!

CassandraSays
CassandraSays
7 years ago

I can’t help wondering how long he’ll be able to hold onto the illusion that his political comrades are actually interested in helping men (and are not horrible people).

pecunium
7 years ago

*There are some good ones. But it’s true the best ones are actually female MRAs like Sunshine Mary.*

This pure MR. AL.