Bitter Grounds - espresso fueled ramblings

Sunday, August 20, 2017

It's staggering how many people think a woman who has sex is somehow "tainted" or a slut.  Somehow women being human offends their paternalistic little brains. We are all supposed to stay cloistered and pure at home until some man deigns to marry us.  This joker is a classic example:

He feels "cheated" because poor precious dear wasn't the first. These are the same morons who scream "FAMILY VALUES" in the next breath. If you challenge them about men sleeping around, they start shouting "feminists have ruined everything". Let's decode this: "I live in the the 1500s rural society and don't understand the idea of women being persons in their own right". The level of whining that accompanied this little rant were equally appalling.  One went so far as to say it's not too much to want a "clean woman".  WHAT? No seriously WHAT? What century do they think we are living in?  It hasn't registered with this delightful troll, or any of the other brotherhood of the whiny that women aren't responsible for their hangups, women aren't obligated to "save" themselves to make them feel manly or any other of the crap they want to spew.

This reply actually staggered me:

He doesn't want a wife, he wants a piece of furniture he scan screw when he's feeling frisky.   He borders on the stalking with his "delving and searched" into the woman's past.  He'll also be one of the worst doctors in the country this view of women, we're all dirty sluts.  I feel very sorry for them. Women not saving themselves for men aren't cheating them because we didn't belong to them in the first place.

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