It started with “Women Against Feminism”. I’m against both sides of this argument because there is no right and wrong, just shades of half-truths to defend your own (skewed) view.
This one is my favorite though…(because it’s just plain nutty and wildly unrealistic)
“Also, one quick anecdote about modern feminism I try to impart on other men is the following: “Dude, we should all be supporting feminism because one of the biggest issues is the sexual liberation of females in our society. If we can unchain woman from the various slurs, guilt, and negative judgement they receive for having sex out of wedlock ALL of us single guys will be getting laid a hell of a lot more often! I don’t know about you, but I like getting laid!”
What world do you fucking live in bro? Just because you’re available and a “nice guy” does not mean sexually liberated females are going to go out and fuck anything that moves. You. Are. Delusional. Do you not understand that women are attracted to men that achieve, take care of themselves, are attractive, etc?
This is the problem. The problem is living in a dumb fucking bubble of “oh men are so stupid. If only we didn’t slut shame, THEN women would sleep with me.” No dude. Women don’t sleep with you because you give her everything, never challenge her, lose your identity and probably don’t have much to offer.
Fuck off. Learn to be an adult…and god forbid…a man.
On your dumb ass
Sitting. Sitting in the rat race.
I think people only call it that when they are looking from the outside.
Thinking. Thinking about loans.
Hey, thank the lawd I graduated with a useful degree right?
Realizing my weaknesses so I can focus on strengths.
Happiness comes in a lot of forms. Sometimes it’s when people move away, or knowing others will never come back.
Happiness sometimes comes in twisted forms. Pleasantly content the struggles of others.
The struggles of those that said “you aren’t worth saving.” or “I’m going to change the world, you’ll see.”
The struggles of idealistic dreamers, with character flaws they can’t see.
Happiness is subjective.