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“Women desire to procreate, but don’t have a sex drive,” and more lady facts from our MGTOW of the Day

Women only go for guys who have lots of fish

Over on the Men Going Their Own Way subreddit, the fellas are discussing a pressing problem of contemporary society: “Why must men always be better than the women they are trying to date?”

Men have to be better that the women they date? I’m sure this must come as unexpected news to many if not most of the women I’ve dated. But let’s set that aside for a moment.

Today’s MGTOW of the Day, a dude calling himself DangZagnut, thinks the whole “men have to be better” thing, which he thinks is a real thing, has to do with the fact that ladies don’t actually like sex.

Let’s let him explain:

DangZagnut 13 points 2 days ago* I'll be a dick and say it's because, that, compared to women, men are always better. Hell our transgender women are better than bio women half the time. Face it, men rule, girls drool. But now that I'm done being a dick cough Women desire to procreate, but women don't have a sex drive. When I say that, its comparative. No woman has ever known lust or desire to the level a man does. Ever. There is nothing in a woman telling her to fuck endlessly. If women even possibly got as horny or aroused as men, then there would never be a single rape accusation. Creepy guys wouldn't be a phrase. Women would be fucking 50 times a day if they were even vaguely like men. Because of that, you have to do all the work to have sex. Women have to just show up to have sex, but you have to seduce a woman, which means you need to have a host of things to make you appear to be a good partner above and beyond every other man in the room. Family, wealth, looks, personality, education, intelligence....so you either have those things, you lie about those things, or you MGTOW. I'd recommend the latter choice.

Given that virtually everything in this comment is complete nonsense, I’d say that DangZagnut has not answered the question he set out to answer. But his comment does raise another important question: Why are MGTOWs the absolute worst?

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Francesca Torpedo, Femoid Special Forces Major
Francesca Torpedo, Femoid Special Forces Major
3 years ago

@KUPO

In general, MU* games are very sexually heavy and people roleplay sex a lot with extremely specific fetish-play often involved.

Mildly related to @Leftwingfox’s earlier post about sniffing out people’s real genders:

People giggle about how men often write sex scenes or roleplay sex in which women take twelve inches of cock into their vaginas, even though anatomically speaking that is impossible.

Or they write about the head of their partner’s cock pushing past their cervix into their womb.

I’m lightyears ahead of those folks because even as a younger person I knew vaginas weren’t infinite blackholes that just go on forever, cervical penetration is impossible and touching it hurts tremendously, and so on.

Of course, if you’re roleplaying as someone who has a rubbery body (think Helen Parr from The Incredibles), yes, you can bang out a response about how your horse-sized male partner is making your stomach bulge out with their gigantic penis and so on.

Citizen Rat
Citizen Rat
3 years ago

@leftwingfox

/desc

Ha! Kidding. Wanted to say that I had a similar experience as yours with FurryMUCK. Shook off a lot of sexist stereotypes, entitlement and negative self-image by spending time and making friends there.

Heck, one of my first real sex ed experiences was in the MUCK! I was raised in a Catholic school and learned PIV sex through porn, so it was an eye-opener to take part in a virtual sex ed class where everyone could ask questions and get some real answers.

Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
3 years ago

@Fran
Honey Lemon is Latina. Just saying

Francesca Torpedo, Femoid Special Forces Major
Francesca Torpedo, Femoid Special Forces Major
3 years ago

@Axe

Fuck. I knew I was unsure about her race, but I chose my best guess. Thanks very much!

That’s even better. My enjoyment of BH6 just increased!

PeeVee the (Timber-Rattling Booger Slut, But Noice) Sarcastic
PeeVee the (Timber-Rattling Booger Slut, But Noice) Sarcastic
3 years ago

Fran,

I want them to make a Frozen/Moana crossover and piss literally every white racist the fuck off. Hire me the fuck up to write it, Disney. I’ve got the whole thing planned out.

Fuck yeah. Take my money, please.

I don’t think black people roleplay because they can’t afford computers to do it on.

What the fuck. Literally, what the fuck???

Francesca Torpedo, Femoid Special Forces Major
Francesca Torpedo, Femoid Special Forces Major
3 years ago

@PeeVee

Fuck yeah. Take my money, please.

Right?! Imagine how much fucking money Disney would make from people like us.

I heard scuttlebutt about how Elsa might be the first Lesbian princess, and my response is to marry her to Moana. Interracial lesbian romance to destroy the minds of the white supremacists and make tonnes of money from progressive fans like us.

What the fuck. Literally, what the fuck???

And that’s why Fran doesn’t roleplay much these days.

To feed the vicious circle, many roleplayers will literally just defecate on you, verbally speaking, if you’re bad at roleplaying, and I am afraid my skills have gotten rusty.

The idea of roleplaying gives me anxiety now.

Kinda been trying to get back into it, though. Registering at these MU* games we’re talking about is so fucking difficult and timeconsuming, though.

I mostly play on really old characters I still have because remaking a new character takes away too many of my spoons that I need for important tasks.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

@ fran

I was banging on about black legionaries. The post Roman era is obviously a bit hazy. But we know there were plenty of black people here in Roman times and also (proportionally even more than today) in Elizabethan times. So unless you all went on holiday in the intervening years presumably there were also black people in the so-called Dark Ages [I’ll resist the obvious comment, but maybe a title for one of your stories? 😉 ]

I’d ask at Tintagel, but I’m not sure the tourist guides there are the most trustworthy source. I love how they do a little lecture about how medieval monks faked the discovery of Arthur’s grave to cash in on the tourist trade, then immediately say “Of course we know Arthur really lived here, because of this recently discovered, totally authentic, carved stone with his name on it.”

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago
IgnoreSandra
IgnoreSandra
3 years ago

The one time I tried being overtly sexual in an online chat scared the hell out of me. People knew I was “Really a guy” because my brother was part of the same community and had shared both of our real names with everyone, and approximately where we lived. Another reason he’s a fucking dick. So I got out of there.

So that’s why I don’t generally do the sexy sexual over the interwebs in general.

Also Francesca, I read a discussion at one time about Superman and how someone with both superhuman strength and near-invulnerability would likely kill his partner simply by ejaculating, never mind the rest of it.

So, pretty good thing that Helen Parr is so stretchy, since her husband has something close to Superman’s powers. May all y’alls days now be just as squicky as mine 😀

From a history standpoint, I have interests in most periods of history. I favor WWII, have a ton of books about that, but I’m also interested in the Sengoku Jidai, medieval history, and anything surrounding the Roman Empire.

The games available to me when I started looking at this – Age of Empires – centered around Rome, so that might have directed my interest somewhat. And Shogun II: Total War basically forces history down my throat while playing it, so there’s that.

Star Wars…I was never part of the Star Wars fandom. I loved the films as a little kid, and I’ve read dozens of the books. Played as many of the games as I could get my hands on. And with The Force Awakens, I am so glad none of those people would have considered me one of them. All of those assholes can go straight to hell, that was a great movie.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

@ fran

Don’t know if you’re aware of my thing about British comics of a certain era. But anyway, on an appropriate open thread remind me to chat to you about this guy…

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PeeVee the (Timber-Rattling Booger Slut, But Noice) Sarcastic
PeeVee the (Timber-Rattling Booger Slut, But Noice) Sarcastic
3 years ago

IgnoreSandra,

Sounds like a discussion of Man Of Steel, Woman Of Kleenex.

Fran,

Disney has NO clue what they’re missing…I’d so pay to see a Elsa/Moana storyline.

Re: RP’s: I never did do any of that…when everyone here talks about games of any sort, I just kind of zone out, because I really don’t understand what anyone is talking about. (My kids totally would, though.)

When I say I’m old, I mean I’m old, lolol.

(I’m of the generation online assholes want to die off quickly, because I’m holding them back. Or something.)

I’m sorry you are treated crappily. This makes me sad, that something that has such great potential to be wonderful is used instead to hurt you. It’s also why I limit my own online exposure to a very limited few sites.

Jenora Feuer
Jenora Feuer
3 years ago

Fran, remember when I said that I had a MU* character that predated the creation dates being added to the database, so I had no idea when the character was created? That was on FurryMUCK.

I remember learning that a Psychology student on the MUCK was only about 60-70% certain of my gender at the time. Mostly because I wasn’t playing it up in any direction. Then again, I just don’t seem to have a personally strong gender image.

I’ve not been on Tapestries. Personal disagreements involved.

The ‘can’t afford computers’ thing… wabah? Hell, I know some of the more active people in the furry fandom and from the MUCK were black because I met them at conventions. One of them, back at the time I first met him, worked for BellCore. Yeah, a guy working at the R&D company formed from AT&T’s breakup couldn’t afford a computer because he’s black. Right. <eyeroll>

I see someone else already brought up Man of Steel, Woman of Kleenex.

And yeah, an Elsa/Moana matchup sounds fun. And not just because it would make racist heads explode. Hmm, one works with water, the other with ice, this has possibilities…

Jenora Feuer
Jenora Feuer
3 years ago

@Francesca:
Would ‘Defrosting the Ice Queen’ be too blatant a title? I suppose it would, wouldn’t it. But salt does melt ice…

I’m probably going to be fanficcing this myself in my head now, never mind me.

Francesca Torpedo, Femoid Special Forces Major
Francesca Torpedo, Femoid Special Forces Major
3 years ago

@Alan

I was banging on about black legionaries. The post Roman era is obviously a bit hazy. But we know there were plenty of black people here in Roman times and also (proportionally even more than today) in Elizabethan times. So unless you all went on holiday in the intervening years presumably there were also black people in the so-called Dark Ages

Yes, that is true; we were discussing how not very racially homogenous the Imperium Romanum was, and the body of evidence that clearly indicates the role of black people in Roman society.

That is one of the reasons why I’ve also become more interested in that period; it seems like the overt white supremacists aren’t very fond of of the multicultural nature of the Roman Empire; it makes them uncomfortable.

Also, regarding your love of British comics: please, do tell me when you get a chance. I’ve been exposed to Judge Dredd, mostly, which is my introduction to them.

That one you’ve just posted seems like it would appeal to me greatly.

@Sandra

So, pretty good thing that Helen Parr is so stretchy, since her husband has something close to Superman’s powers. May all y’alls days now be just as squicky as mine.

Now you’ve given me some interesting mental pictures, thanks. 😀

Star Wars…I was never part of the Star Wars fandom. I loved the films as a little kid, and I’ve read dozens of the books. Played as many of the games as I could get my hands on. And with The Force Awakens, I am so glad none of those people would have considered me one of them. All of those assholes can go straight to hell, that was a great movie.

I used to spend hours online chatting with other SW fans. We did all the fanfiction/original character stuff that people now giggle about with Sonic and MLP. I was very deeply involved with them up until recently, when I found out they were home to all these awful racist individuals.

@PeeVee

Thank you! Honestly, I, too, only post on very few sites these days. I’ve changed a lot regarding my intake of Internet websites. I used to have hundreds of usernames and a huge backlog of bookmarks for forums of all kinds…now I barely post anywhere.

(I’m of the generation online assholes want to die off quickly, because I’m holding them back. Or something.)

I think it’s that, and now these online assholes like fascist brutality in which everyone must be an Ubermensch and if you are old or disabled you should be thrown off a rock or a mountain like the Spartans did with sickly babies (I don’t think this actually happened, but Frank Miller drew them doing it so it must be true according to these assholes).

@Jenora

And now I want to know what your fursona was.

Don’t tell me. I’m sure you’d rather have a secret or two to yourself. 😀

Honestly, the furry fandom has always been very diverse, which is why it distresses me to hear Neonazis are infiltrating their ranks.

But then again, what AREN’T neonazis infiltrating these days?

I quite like your idea!

ETA:

Re: gender

I tend to use a girl as my avatar quite often and have people calling me ‘she’ and ‘her’ without prompting, so I guess I present as a woman without effort on my part.

For a while, when I was laboring under my delusions of being male, I used to correct them, but now, obviously, I don’t.

PeeVee the (Timber-Rattling Booger Slut, But Noice) Sarcastic
PeeVee the (Timber-Rattling Booger Slut, But Noice) Sarcastic
3 years ago

Jenora,

Would ‘Defrosting the Ice Queen’ be too blatant a title? I suppose it would, wouldn’t it. But salt does melt ice…

Oglaf did a whole storyline on the Snow Queen. Your idea reminds me of that (and how very good Oglaf is!)

Tosca, Chaos made Flesh
Tosca, Chaos made Flesh
3 years ago

@ Virgin Mary

This is indeed a safe space. I’m so terribly sorry that you were given such crappy advice about your GD. I’m really happy that you now feel you can start to be your best, authentic self. Seriously, that’s going to make me smile all day.

You probably know the road will not always be smooth, because some people are arseholes. We will be here to cheer you on and celebrate you any time you need it. Get out there and do what makes you feel whole.

(All the internet hugs!)

Bina
3 years ago

Re: cooking/steaming your bits (yeah, I’m late to the party again, who cares, anybody got anything to drink?), these two guys got their bums steamed. And wound up loving the results:

https://www.buzzfeed.com/mjs538/butthole-brothers-for-life

Maybe the migtoes and incels would both gain a better perspective if they had a spa day once in a while, and got their bungholes toasted. Just sayin’.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

@ fran

I’ve been exposed to Judge Dredd, mostly,

I’m imagining you saying that in the voice of Newt from Aliens. But anyway, there’s a sort of connection…

The chap is called Blackhawk. He first appeared in a comic called Tornado. Backstory is Romans try to enslave some Nubians. Blackhawk leads an uprising. Roman General so impressed with his leadership skills he offers him a job as centurion. Adventures ensue.

The series was written by Gerry Finlay-Day. He did a lot of historical war stories and was famous for his meticulous research. (he also wrote a lot of sci-fi ones. They tend to be “It’s Vietnam…IN SPAAAACCCE!”, but they’re very good). Anyway, it was a great series. All the ‘impossible suicide mission’ stuff. Blackhawk’s troops were sort of special forces. They had skills outside the usual Roman battle doctrine (the Romans did use foreign troops like that in specialist units). Also lots of commentary about Blackhawk’s role in society. The issue of course not that he was black, but that he’d risen through the ranks. All the class stuff you get in the Sharpe novels.

He became a fan favourite. He got the cover gig in the only Tornado annual released.
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Tornado went to the wall though. However Blackhawk was snapped up by 2000AD. The writing duties were taken over by Alan Grant (who came up with and wrote Dredd). To tie in with 2000AD’s sci-fi remit they invoked the old trope of aliens scouring the galaxy for the best warriors. So Blackhawk ended up fighting in an alien gladiatorial league. Wasn’t too bad. All the usual though. Gets them working together to defy the owners, forced to fight friend, rigged contest against adventurous aristocrat etc. Basically just needed Joachim Phoenix to show up.

Eventually though all that was lost and he ended up as a generic alien fighting sci-fi hero. All his uniqueness was gone and the story fizzled put. Alan Grant is quite open that he wasted a great character and regrets ever trying to squeeze Blackhawk into the 2000AD format.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

@ fran

Speaking of Dredd. Did you know that, because of a miscommunication between Glasgow speaking writer Alan Grant and Spanish speaking artist Carlos Ezquerra, Dredd was originally drawn as a black guy? Grant quite liked it and was a bit disappointed when the editorial decision was made to model Dredd on Clint Eastwood.

https://res.cloudinary.com/jerrick/image/upload/c_fit,f_auto,fl_progressive,q_auto,w_1100/bn0h1o7z6xs8ncxedgpk

Check out the really early strips.

Troubelle: Moonbeam Malcontent + Bard of the New Movement
Troubelle: Moonbeam Malcontent + Bard of the New Movement
3 years ago

Late per the norm.

@Fran, re: Big Hero 6

Bit of a thing: the Hamada bros. are half-Japanese, half-Caucasian of some sort. [Also, Gogo is Korean.]

…now where did I put that Baymax beanie?…

Francesca Torpedo, Femoid Special Forces Major
Francesca Torpedo, Femoid Special Forces Major
3 years ago

@Alan

This sounds amazingly good and now I want to read a few issues for myself.

About Judge Dredd’s ethnicity – I knew about that, actually, and it made perfect sense to me. I saw the artwork of him that clearly gives him a black man’s features, and it confused me later on to see people like Stallone and Karl Urban used as actors for the inevitably awful movie adaptations.

ETA:

@Troubelle

Thanks! The specifics are quite useful.

Diptych
Diptych
3 years ago

Hey, I hung out with some furries back in the day! Nice people, at least back then. Could never get the hang of the MU format, though.

IgnoreSandra
IgnoreSandra
3 years ago

@Francesca

Now you’ve given me some interesting mental pictures, thanks. 😀

Indeed, this was my primary goal xD

Looking back on the Star Wars stuff I experienced, I see that it wasn’t as good as I thought it was at the time. Some authors wrote Leia and other women with respect, others didn’t, and the net result is that who she is changes based on who’s writing the story. The other shared characters do as well, but not to the same extent that Leia does.

According to Timothy Zahn, Leia is just as powerful as Luke, she’s just focused on a different discipline and she doesn’t necessarily need to learn the ways of the force to become significant…but Luke needs to learn her discipline (Politics) or become irrelevant and easily manipulated.

But reading other authors, Leia tends to come across as some kind of sex toy. Or irrelevant to the story, overbearing, concerned with the wrong things, etc. I note this problem mostly with Leia because the movies only introduced A woman. Exactly one. And there’s definitely lots of problems in the expanded universe with “These people look this way, so this is how their culture is”.

On gender:

I almost always pick a woman avatar in any online game, or singleplayer game. Games that don’t have avatars but do have voice responses, I pick feminine-sounding responses. Others usually recognize me as a woman. In text mediums, I pick either feminine avatars or technological ones.

I just finished Expeditions: Viking. I became the Queen of the Britons in the process. So, success.

lvlysd
lvlysd
3 years ago

Why do they always, always lie about the obvious fact they find a huge percentage of women ‘unfuckable’ and uninteresting. “No creepy guys or rape” – what he means is every woman would wanna fuck every guy. No standards. Like apparently every man has?! I think not.

Sometimes I think about this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nwyjxsOYnys – tl;dw – he drunk-dials his ex and humiliates himself, almost begging for her to come back and help him on an emotional level. The endless casual sex he thought he wanted (and got because he is a rich celebrity and one of the very small minority who has people ‘throwing themselves’ at them) does not stop his depression.

If this guy was rich and famous and was offered lots of casual sex (as he imagines all women are) how would he cope? How many days of fucking 50 times a day before it’s not so great anymore.

Arctic Ape
Arctic Ape
3 years ago

Would ‘Defrosting the Ice Queen’ be too blatant a title? I suppose it would, wouldn’t it. But salt does melt ice…

“How far I’ll let it go”

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

@ fran

people like Stallone and Karl Urban used as actors for the inevitably awful movie adaptations.

I really liked Urban’s performance; and I must confess to a soft spot for the 1995 film. It had its faults, but the visuals were amazing. I do think though that the prefect Dredd, of any hue, would be Andre Braugher. He literally is the “Old Stoney Face” version of Dredd. He’s so fantastically emotionless but also full of character. And he’s got the chin for it.

Of course the best Dredd film was the original Robocop. It would have been even moreso had the copyright lawyers not said “Er, guys…”
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Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

Can any of our talented graphics people stick a judge’s helmet on Andre?

http://timothywhite.com/sites/default/files/images/portfolio/007_JH_Andre-Braugher.jpg

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

Can any of our talented graphics people stick a judge’s helmet on Andre?

http://timothywhite.com/sites/default/files/images/portfolio/007_JH_Andre-Braugher.jpg

Lea
Lea
3 years ago

Notice how he has even decided men raping women is due to a flaw in women, not men.

He’s frustrated that no one wants him, but if he’s exactly the kind of man a sexually assertive woman would terrify.

weirwoodtreehugger: chief manatee

Notice how he has even decided men raping women is due to a flaw in women, not men.

He’s frustrated that no one wants him, but if he’s exactly the kind of man a sexually assertive woman would terrify.

It does make me think that (even more) socially acceptable rape is what guys like this are really after. If misogynistic men really just wanted to get laid more, you wouldn’t see all the vitriol against “sluts” and women who make the first move wouldn’t be considered desperate.

Lea
Lea
3 years ago

Weatherwax,
Excellent point. He is also perpetrating the rape culture idea that men are always up for it and therefore cannot be raped.

He’s also utterly unaware that pansexual, poly, demisexuals with high sex drives exist. They may be up for sex often, with more than one partner, of various genders, but not indiscriminately. Very, very discriminately.

He also seems to think there is one standard by which sexual partners are chosen and being rejected means you are substandard or that the person who doesn’t want to fuck you doesn’t really, really want to fuck someone else.

That not at all how attraction works. That’s not how sex drive works. That’s not how romantic interest works. There is no standard unit of fuckability.

They seem so offended by the fact women don’t want them. This amuses me very much. For one, they’re awful and could turn themselves around and be less repellent at any time, but don’t want to stop being shitheads. They want very specific women to fuck them despite the fact they’re shitheads because those women represent validation to them. Women are just a prop in their attempt to win masuline approval.
Ha, ha, no.

For two, there’s nothing to take personally about someone not wanting to fuck you. That doesn’t have to change your self-esteem. You can still think you’re super sexy. You can still think you’re absolutely awesome. You can even think that person is missing out on the most spectacular tumble of their life.

What you can’t do is think that person owes you sex. You can’t think people deserves to be punished for not fucking you. You can’t be awful to them because they won’t fuck you. That’s also rape culture and these men are drowning in it.

Lea
Lea
3 years ago

WWTH,
Exactly right.

Jenora Feuer
Jenora Feuer
3 years ago

@Francesca:
Honestly, given this is the online name I use in a number of places, I’d be surprised if it were all that difficult to find.

Though from Kickstarter support, my name does show up in a number of places. I apparently run an alchemy shop in Paris in Girl Genius, albeit misspelled.

http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20160923

leftwingfox
leftwingfox
3 years ago

@kupo

FurryMUCK is much more social role-playing chat, more Second Life than World of Warcraft. There are text-based building areas, art chat, general social hangouts, but also plenty of areas for dating, romantic or erotic RP. Tapestries tended to be much more erotic role-play oriented.

I bounce between male and female characters in RPGs, but I tend not to RP in online games. I see them as their own characters rater than avatars of myself, and spend way too much time developing elaborate backstories for those characters in my head. 😀

Feral Crone
Feral Crone
3 years ago

Virgins are so sweet and silly. The lack of factual sex ed, not so much.
Women have sex drives, but getting pregnant is unattractive, for a multitude of reasons. Including interfering with having sex.
Anyone else old enough to remember Art Linkletter’s “Kids say the darkest things?”
We could be a “MRAs say the darndest things.”

Diptych
Diptych
3 years ago

I do think though that the prefect Dredd, of any hue, would be Andre Braugher.

Are you suggesting that Judge Dredd has recently taken up attending hoola-hooping classes for fitness and fun?

Marlene McKinnon
Marlene McKinnon
3 years ago

OMG, I just laughed so hard I pulled a muscle. I had a higher sex drive than ANY of the men I’ve had sex/been in a relationship with. Rape is still a thing, because no matter how high my sex drive was, there are men I’d never have sex with in million years. I’d rather be desperate and frustrated than let any of them touch me. My own moral code also meant that no matter how horny I was (and trust me, it was stratospheric at times), I never had sex with someone who didn’t want it as much as I did (I love enthusiastic consent) and I never cheated on anyone. One ex-boyfriend used to withhold sex as a form of control. I’d be climbing the walls, but I still never cheated.

It’s only now I have the tiniest libido (which is annihilated very quickly), that I realise what a problem it was. Jeremy Paxman described going from high to low libido as ‘being uncoupled from a lunatic’. OK, it turned out he was lying and having an affair, but it made perfect sense to me. I lost my libido after I had an accident. I damaged my hip and lower back and there is no passion killer like pain.

I’d like the pain to be gone obviously, but I don’t want to go back to the obsessive and irrational me, juggling everything so I could still have sex multiple times a day and not recognising that my boyfriend/friend with benefits/whomever I was having sex with at the time was enthusiastic, but exhausted. This MGTOW fuckwit clearly didn’t meet me in my heyday. I wouldn’t have shagged him because he’s a creep, but he’d have to come up with a better excuse than ‘women don’t have a sex drive’. He’d have to face the fact that a woman with a monsterous sex drive didn’t want to have sex with HIM lol.

Fabe
Fabe
3 years ago

I really liked Urban’s performance; and I must confess to a soft spot for the 1995 film. It had its faults, but the visuals were amazing. I do think though that the prefect Dredd, of any hue, would be Andre Braugher. He literally is the “Old Stoney Face” version of Dredd. He’s so fantastically emotionless but also full of character. And he’s got the chin for it.

Of course the best Dredd film was the original Robocop. It would have been even moreso had the copyright lawyers not said “Er, guys…”

And now I’m imaging every one from “Brooklyn 9-9” as Judges. oh look Scully and Hitchcock got their lawgiver guns mix up and and are getting shocked by the security feature.

dlouwe
dlouwe
3 years ago

lol

so like I’m not strictly a “man” (NB-presenting-masculine) but I was socialized as one and am generally treated one in my day-to-day, so I still figure I can give an opinion “as a man:”

and it’s thanks to dudes like DangZagnut that I have some pretty deep-seated sexual anxiety. the whole “all men always want PIV sex” trope not only made me only feel broken due to my relatively low sex drive, but it also made most of my partners feel broken when I didn’t want to (or couldn’t) have sex with them.

as a result, now when I’m put in sexual situations my brain starts to stress over whether or not I’ll be able to perform. and since stress fucks with my ability to perform, it’s turned into a self-reinforcing cycle. it’s to the point where I recently got a prescription for Viagra even though I don’t really have ED, because it lets me rest that part of my brain and actually enjoy getting sexy with people

so hey, thanks MGTOWs for perpetuating toxic bullshit that has created a major stress point in pretty much every long-term relationship I’ve had in the last 10 years, and ruining my ability to freely express my sexuality without medication. super helpful of you. just, top notch, really. 😀

dlouwe
dlouwe
3 years ago

WHAT, ME, BITTER? NOT AT ALL.

Virgin Mary
Virgin Mary
3 years ago

@fransesca

It’s interesting that you seem so at ease with your ‘girl dick’ and you know other trans women who still have them and use them sexually. Both of the trans women I know personally detested their penises and coundn’t wait to have them removed. One is actually a father as well, so has used theirs reproductively with their then partner. I guess every case is different.

kupo
kupo
3 years ago

@Virgin Mary
I’ve found that every person is different in how comfortable they are with their bodies, regardless of gender or sexual orientation. 🙂

LindsayIrene, Rioting Werebonobo

Speaking of sex drives… Mine is still cranked way up, due to being manic. I was having what I thought were sex-triggered migraines, which was not good. Welp, it turns out that I was actually having neck muscle spasms that were causing headaches that were worse than my migraines. Muscle spams can be fixed, so, yay! I can have orgasms again without agony!

But no matter how horny I am, I’m not going to have sex with 50 men a day. I have a job, I have pets, I have a house, I have people to take care of. I’ve seen video of porn stars taking on large numbers of men for publicity, and it’s not sexy fun, it’s logistics and harm reduction.

I was tempted to say, “Where would I even go to find fifty men I find attractive,” but then I was, like, ummmm, yeah, Sturgis is full of the kind of guy I’m erotically imprinted on.

Diptych
Diptych
3 years ago

Exposure to the trans community online and realising that trans women don’t necessarily and universally pursue genital surgery has been something of a revelation for me in my own journey, truth be told. One of many pieces of information that might have been useful it it had been accessible for a shy rural kid fifteen-odd years ago…

Turtle
Turtle
3 years ago

Hey there dlouwe

It’s great that Viagra has helped give your brain a rest to enjoy being intimate. I know too from personal experience that psychological ED is every bit as much a dampener on sexual enjoyment as physical ED. Best of luck with it!