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#20923

OMG: Apparently there's a Slutwalk on campus on May 13. I can't wait to be treated like a sexual predator just for being male.

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  1. Male allies have historically been welcomed. Just do not expect to march in the main group, but rather in the sidelines.

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    1. ie. matriarchy demands segregation

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    2. ^ no shit eh. most undignified, poorly thought out form of "protest" ever conceived. slutwalk is a fucking circus LOL.

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    3. Men have to be the ones watching, the attention whores need their attention.

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  2. there's gonna be a lot of titties

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  3. one place u feel less than welcomed, boo hoo

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    1. This is the exact feminist mentality... they want to feel welcomed by making men feel unwelcome.

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  4. Well I'm aroused.

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    1. It's a pack of idiots, but they are at least (sometimes) scantily clad idiots...you take what you can get. I'm going to Victoria's Secret to stock up on cheap thongs and I'm going to stand on the sidelines flinging them at them and yelling 'for hot chicks only'.

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    2. >Victoria's Secret
      >cheap

      pick one

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  5. Is that where all the stupidest bitches on campus advertise how easy they are?

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    1. Exactly. Take careful note of the participants because these are the women you want to fuck and then studiously avoid having anything to do with their retarded asses ever again.

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  6. OP, you can't wait to be treated like a sexual predator at UW? So long as you're on staff, well-connected and not a student, you'll be treated very well.

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    1. especially with sjw's throwing around baseless accusations

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    2. oh, I get it, because we live in a "rape culture" where "rape is okay..." oh wait that's completely idiotic and the total reverse of how the overwhelming majority of Canadians feel about sexual assault. obviously we protect rapists, right? pffft

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    3. @6b, I'm just going to quote 7e here since you clearly don't know what rape culture means. "The point isn't that all men do it, the point is that all women experience it, and society is still fairly dismissive of that."

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    4. all women experience rape?? are you fucking serious?? way to trivialize ACTUAL victims with your pathetic victim complex. you are absolutely disgusting.

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    5. 7.e here, I believe I got a little mis-quoted here~
      All women experience some form of attack OR harassment. Whether it's rape, an obnoxious comment yelled at me on the street, a coercive partner etc, of course there are different degrees of severity - but none are okay.

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    6. Sorry 7e, I forgot we were dealing with children. I should have put "[harassment or assault]" in place of "it" so as to keep it in context. I mean, I thought it was blatantly obvious, but there you go.

      6d, please just use your brain before you use your keyboard. Did you seriously think I was saying everyone's been raped and dismissed...come on, you're in university.

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    7. 90% percent of "rape" boils down to some form of street harassment. Wanna know why its dismissed? All women experience, and ALL MEN EXPERIENCE IT. You get called a cunt, well some guy called me a faggot the other day.

      Who gives a fuck? Do I need to get in my underwear and tell men not to call me a faggot? No, that does literally nothing.

      What do I do? I ignore it and get on with my day, I don't like creating problems out of nothing, I'm not an attention whore.

      Actual rape is dismissed, though ironically only if you're NOT a woman. That's why male rape victims never get any sympathy. But in our fucking backwards feminist supporting society, I'm a misogynist for pointing that out.

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  7. How about we all calm down here. You wont be treated like a predator. You should go and find out for yourself before forming such an opinion. Educate yourself and support the cause

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    1. I saw the slutwalk in Toronto when I worked downtown. It's a joke. If women think this ridiculous performance is going to change people's perception in a positive way, they are sorely mistaken. Just a bunch of aggrieved, angry people (augmented by a smattering of leftist activists who show up for EVERY march) waving placards and chanting crap.

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    2. 7a, that's every protest ever.

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    3. Are you kidding lol? The whole purpose of the walk is to dress like a slut and shame men for getting aroused by it.

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    4. Just because I completely disagree with you and think your protest is a charade does not mean I'm uneducated. Sorry, it doesn't work that way.

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    5. No, the point is that your arousal doesn't entitle you to the body of a non-consenting woman, regardless of what she looks like.

      But I'm sure having women be attentive when they walk alone down the street is so much more hurtful and offensive than being cat called or groped or raped.

      The point isn't that all men do it, the point is that all women experience it, and society is still fairly dismissive of that.

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    6. It's not victim-blaming to take precautions against an undesired outcome. Don't want to get robbed? Don't flash a stack of cash at night in parts of town with the highest known crime rates. Same goes for women (and/or men) who walk around bad parts of town at night. It has absolutely nothing to do with entitlement. Don't want bad shit to happen to you? Don't go where bad shit happens. Grab a fucking brain.

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    7. ^This just in, rape is something that happens in seedy ghetto alleyways only.

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    8. ^This just in, Slutwalk STARTED because of comments made after a girl was raped IN A SEEDY GHETTO ALLEYWAY.

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    9. good mourning 7, i hear slutwalk isnt going to be happening. It's not ”popular“ :)

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    10. 'Just because I completely disagree with you and think your protest is a charade does not mean I'm uneducated. Sorry, it doesn't work that way.

      Well, that's pretty well the default arrow in the leftist quiver 'If you don't agree with me, clearly you aren't as smart/educated/informed as I am. If you were, you'd think differently'. The second most popular one is 'Clearly, you are a racist/bigoted, etc'

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  8. No problem, OP! Just a taste of what it's like to be treated as a second-class human being just for being a woman!

    Seriously though, if you think slutwalks are about treating all men as sexual predators, you've probably been reading too much AVFM.

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  9. I'm sure you treat sharks as preditors, even though the chance of you being attacked by a shark is much smaller than the chance of a woman to be attacked by a man.

    Fear is a self defensive response. Fear isn't about insulting the potential preditor, it is about defending the potential victim.

    Don't want to be treated like a potential preditor? Work towards building a society where at the very least a victim isn't dismissed for arbitrary reasons such as clothing, location, etc.

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    1. While your point is valid, I want to point out that Sharks are predators because they're carnivores and eat live pray. All sharks are predators and comparing them to men is in fact insulting. I'd use the the analogy of a man-eating tiger in this case. Very few tigers are man-eating, but all have the capacity to kill humans and no one should be judged for being freaked out by that possibility. Plus tigers are majestic as shit.

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    2. Valid comparison, but I believe that many would be rightfully freaked out by the possibility of being eaten by a tiger. Just as many women are freaked out by the possibility of being harrassed or raped, and are therefore careful. It's not that you as an individual male are extremely likely to be a rapist or harasser. It's just that an individual woman is quite likely to be harassed, and later be told to "just get over it".

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    3. It goes even further, since someone being told to "just get over it" after being mauled by a tiger is a great image to drive home the insanity of it.

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    4. Yeah, that's bullshit. You don't punish someone until they've committed the crime, so no, I don't need your pre-emptive sexual predator labels because I was born with a penis. No one's dismissed sexual assault victims. That's an invention on your part.

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    5. You misunderstand 8d, from a purely physical perspective most men are capable of assaulting most women. Since the fraction of women who will experience assault in their lifetimes is fairly high, it becomes pretty understandable that they are scared.

      As for the second half, I think you just need to talk to more girls and realize that its not so much the physical assault that we're talking about.

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    6. When was the last time you actually had a woman yell "You're a sexual preditor!!!!!!!" to you on the street?
      Now go and ask any of your female friends whether or not they've ever been harassed on the street. I've had the word "cunt" thrown at me in broad daylight, a man calling me a "pretty lady" in a deliberately sleazy manner when I was 16 and leaving a bus, as well as various honks throughout the years. All of these have happened in cities and neighbourhoods that are considered safe and relatively low crime, and I dress quite modestly btw. Street harassment happens to every woman, and it's a bit scary, because we never know which harasser will try to take it a step further. No go ahead, call me hysteric and prove my point.

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    7. 8.f I asked a few female friends if this has ever happened to them. They told me they've never experienced it, not once. It's a pity you make up wild accusations without empirical proof, but I guess that's why feminism exists.

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    8. 8g you don't quite get it.

      These people LITERALLY think the guy who accidentally made eye contact with them on the bus is about to rape them. They don't make up wild accusations, they are so mentally fucked up that they actually believe it.

      Kind of scary when our society can be influenced so heavily my a mixture of crazy bitches and lying bitches

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    9. @8.h It's victim culture. All the pro-posts on here have been about how all women are victims, each and every single one. You're a woman, then you're a victim of some sort. It's such sad reasoning on their part it's embarrassing and does nothing but hurt their cause.

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  10. Did I miss the part where people were saying "get over it" to rape victims? Yeah, that never happened.

    You see, that's the real hallmark of this self-defeating slutwalk movement - make shit up and lie through your teeth, spew anti-male hate propaganda that makes no sense and has no ties to reality (rape culture ISN'T a thing), blow it way out of proportion, and religiously defend it with misguided ultra-fanaticism until you've completely alienated half the population... all to accomplish absolutely fucking nothing with no tangible end goal in mind.

    But go ahead and strip out of your clothes. That'll show all those would-be rapists. I guess...? lol

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    1. First of all, there have been several very well-publicized cases of rapes being brushed under the rug until the media-storm finds them. Secondly, rape culture isn't women being raped in the public squares while everyone watches and cheers. Its dismissing the offensive sexual remarks your bros make as "boys will be boys", scoffing at stories of guys taking girls home who can barely stand up, and treating women who have sex as lesser human beings.

      I'm a guy and I'm honestly baffled by your attitude. Are you so lacking in confidence and self-worth that even in a society where you hold a clear historical and systemic advantage you still can't handle feminism? Yes, sometimes its man-hating and over the top, but most of it is just striving for equality.

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    2. I would suggest 9.a to actually read into "rape culture" where circular logic prevails and then make an actual educated statement.

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    3. >brushed under the rug

      Is this the reason female rapists never get prosecuted?

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    4. ^That's what happens when a woman falsely accuses men of rape. Like with Rolling Stones and their U of Virginia gang rape story. Brushed under the rug.

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  11. who let the sjw's in?

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  12. what is slut walk? can I get laid if I go there?

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  13. If you need to spread fear about your cause to make people listen to you then your cause simply isn't worth being part of.

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  14. I think most men disagree with feminism because they don't understand it. Feminists don't proclaim "all men are rapists" but rather "all men are potential rapists", much more understandable since 1 in 4 men are rapists. This is why we are weary of you. Rape culture is when a man is praised for being a rapist but the female victim is considered a slut. But if the women raped the man, society would be quick to jail the woman and the man would be offered aid. A horrible double standard.

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    1. 1/4? Stats please. Wait what? If the woman raped a man society would be quick to jail the woman? What? Where? Men get laughed at for being assaulted and raped by women. Don't try to make shit up just to support an underlying sexist attitude.

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    2. your comments are deeply disturbing, 14. "all men are potential rapists." jesus... do people like you actually exist? okay, how about this: all women are potential cannibals. it's an equally true statement. should I therefore be weary of every woman I meet for potentially being a cannibal? and from what I've seen on this threat, that doesn't seem too far from the truth...

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  15. '"all men are potential rapists"'

    Wow. I'd love to see you make a generalization like that about any other identifiable group and see how far are you get.

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