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Aw yes, another woman demonstrating that the "red-pill" leads to the truth.

“When looking for a life partner, my advice to women is date all of them: the bad boys, the cool boys, the commitment-phobic boys, the crazy boys. But do not marry them. The things that make the bad boys sexy do not make them good husbands. When it comes time to settle down, find someone who wants an equal partner. Someone who thinks women should be smart, opinionated and ambitious. Someone who values fairness and expects or, even better, wants to do his share in the home. These men exist and, trust me, over time, nothing is sexier.”

― Sheryl Sandberg, Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead

This is the original thread. Basically, it boils down to this. She had multiple threesomes with guys and many sexual partners through her 20s. Did these guys have to provision her? No! Of course not, not at all. These guys got her wild and free sexual abandon. She was really into them and was up to do whatever they wanted. (Alpha fucks)

Then her late 20s started creeping up on her and she realized that her looks weren't going to hold up forever. So, she "turns over a new leaf" and starts looking for the "nice caring guy" that will provision her. She found a man that has multiple businesses and concealed her past from him as she new it would be a deal breaker. Did he get her honest sexual attraction or even a willing partner in bed? No! Of course not, not at all. He was there to provision her not to have sex with her. She even posted that there were things she used to do that she refused to do with him. (Beta Bucks)

The problem with lies? A lie is little more than a bluff. Reality calls all bluffs. In this case, reality came calling in the form of an old friend that told her husband about his wife's wild sexual adventures when she was in her "wild and free" stage. Understandably, the husband, a man who was possibly still a virgin when they married was quite upset at the new that his virginal bride wasn't what she had pretended to be.

As of this morning, we still hadn't slept in the same bed or spoken more than 10 words to each other in passing. As I was waking up, he was walking in the front door with two coffees. He sat me down at our kitchen table and finally opened up to me.

Basically he feels that he was "conned" (his word) into the marriage, saying that he wouldn't have even dated me, let alone married me, if he'd known what he knows now. His view of me has been irreparably changed and he no longer sees me "as someone worthy of being wife". (quoting him here... fucking prick) Beyond the sexual aspect, he says he no longer trusts me because I "kept something this big" from him our whole relationship.

This man is obviously smarter than your average cat. He knew enough not to let things continue. Call in the prenup, offer her a fig leaf to go away, and just calmly get on with his life. For that, she calls him a prick. He knew if he so much as raised his voice she would have "become afraid" and used it as an excuse to have him removed from his own home. Bravo, good man! Bravo! He is absolutely right. He was the victim of a con job.

Nothing I could do or say could convince him that these were past mistakes and not reflective of who I am today. He wasn't angry with me, didn't call me a slut or anything like that. Never once raised his voice. Part of me wishes he did, although I can't exactly say why right now. It felt like I was being laid off from a job.

Ah, but you see, you are your past actions. Your actions are what define you to the world. Shell we let rapists free if they earnestly tell us they "have turned over a new leaf"?

So that's it. My life turned upside-down in the span of a week, over something I did 10+ YEARS AGO BEFORE I EVEN KNEW HIM. It's fucking asinine. The thing is, even as I wrote the original post, in the back of my mind I knew he was through with me. He's ended friendships and business partnerships over less.

It wasn't what you did. Its' what you continued to do. You lied, even by omission, and continued to do so because you knew that is was important to him. He's a smart man. You only do business with people you have a certain level of trust with. So much moreso for friends and family.

Welfare Entitlement Syndrome - Aussie Style

This woman is upset because she isn't getting what he views as hers. Her welfare payment. Lady, you want to know who pays that $350? You do. Providing a place to live is your responsibility and your responsibility alone.

Reagan joke- A farmer meets a Republican

Whether you love or hate the man's politics, you have to love the sense of humor the man had.

Men must prove a woman said 'Yes' under tough new rape rules - UK

Men accused of date rape will need to convince police that a woman consented to sex as part of a major change in the way sex offences are investigated.

The Director of Public Prosecutions said it was time for the legal system to move beyond the concept of “no means no” to recognise situations where women may have been unable to give consent.

Alison Saunders said rape victims should no longer be “blamed” by society if they are too drunk to consent to sex, or if they simply freeze and say nothing because they are terrified of their attacker.

Instead, police and prosecutors must now put a greater onus on rape suspects to demonstrate how the complainant had consented “with full capacity and freedom to do so”.

It doesn't take long for god awful law to travel these days. Mere months to travel from California to Britain, all in the name of combating a non-existent rape crisis and an even more non-existent rape culture. Of course, the people actually implementing these laws know they are acting in support of out right lies, but they are more than happy to peddle the lies and then act on them because it gathers power to them, and that, folks, is what's truly important to them.

What effects are these laws going to have? Number one, These laws are meant to have a chilling effect on any male expression of sexuality and it certainly will, a lot of men are going to say fuck it and retreat into porn and video games and maintain jobs that are just barely enough to sustain them. Why should they do more than that? That means that a lot of jobs that society needs done that women simply won't or can't do are going to have major manpower shortages.

Number two, feminists don't like game? Well, very soon any man willing to engage a woman is going to be spitting game from the opening line. He will also record every bit of any encounter he has with a woman all the way up to and including any sexual encounter. This will include every conversation, e-mail, tweet, text, photo, and video. He will have to prove his innocence after all. Their will be no consideration of long term relationships, no man willing to brave this is going to spend more than a few hours on any woman without getting sex, there is literally no reason for him to do so. Any man that doesn't spit game isn't going to get anywhere he wants to go, and a significant number will limit their interactions with females all together.

Number three, This is going to be a boon to the highest value men, the top 15% or so in attractiveness and wealth. They will have no trouble with this law at all. The 8 or 9 isn't willing to put out? The back up 7's will be arriving momentarily, and they certainly will. The bottom 85% of men? They are going to be out of a sexual marketplace if for no other reason than they can't afford to record every encounter they have with a woman.

Feminists, I'll give you just one example of why these are bad laws. Let's say a woman has six drinks somewhere and leaves, going to a man's house. When she gets to his house, she proceeds to be sexually aggressive towards him and they have intercourse. Under this law, she can charge him with rape the next day because she had drinks that he didn't even know about.

Though, I didn't know how kinky feminists really were. I mean you like making videos and all, that is the effect of this law.

Black pol’s gentrification claim: ‘White people don’t eat the way we do’

The Key Food on Lafayette Avenue between Saint James Place and Classon Avenue is set to close within the next two months in order to make way for an eight-story residential building. The landlord said he will try to bring a supermarket back once the project is finished, and state Sen. Velmanette Montgomery (D–Clinton Hill) demanded he make sure he finds an operator that will continue serving neighbors of color, who she claimed have different grocery needs than whites.

“Supermarkets are an important part of the community. It’s an important amenity, especially for black and brown communities,” she said. “When you’re talking about a white community, it can be a little boutique, because white people don’t eat the way we do.”

Just pretend for a second that a Republican said something like this. It would be news for days. Panels would discuss it endlessly on MSNBC and CNN. News anchors would be appalled by the lack of sensitivity. Since it's a black politician, who has sat in that office for way too long, nobody says anything. It's just sort of looked at as something "those people" say.

Wind up girls and the digital age (pic heavy)

This is kind of a continuation on Da Mann's poll about owning an android companion. He didn't indicate whether or not the companion would be of let's say "full function" or not, meaning capable of being something humans could fall in love with, though some of us clearly considered those as possibilities.

Whether we could fall in love with them...

Or whether, they would be capable of human emotion (the other two parts would be in links from youtube)...

However, I would also point out a Nintendo DS Game called LovePlus

What is interesting about all this is that guys are already "falling in love" with these digital girls. Women have actually demanded that guys get rid of their "digital girlfriends" before they will enter any sort of serious relationship with them. Guys have actually married their video game girlfriend. It isn't a question of if people would fall in love with their companion androids, they have already demonstrated the ability to do so with 2D digital and non-tactile versions of the same thing.

For the next few years, it's just an interesting debate, but these comapnion androids will be here before long. Just in case anyone is wondering "The Windup Girl" is a book by Paolo Bacigalupi, the character in the book is not an andoid, but she is an engineered creature that was tossed aside when a new model was developed, it's a good read.
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