My Lost FriendI miss you my friendMore Like This
More than I can say
This must be how you felt
When I had to go away
The pain I feel now
For not being there
To help you and hold you
Is too much to bear
My only wish now
Is that you have found peace
No longer tormented so
My dear friend I ask, please
Reasons Why I Dislike FeministsCurrently, the hashtag “Women Against Feminism” has been trending on social media, and it has created quite the on-line feminist backlash. Feminists have been left scratching their heads, wondering why women of all people would have a problem with feminism. Why would women be against people who claim to be “advocating social, political, legal, and economic rights for women equal to those of men”?More Like This
If I had a dollar for every feminist who rebutted the phrase “I don’t like feminism” with “what do you have against equal rights for women?”, my wealth would rival that of Steve Jobs!
No, feminists, we do not have a problem with women wanting equal rights to men. Our problem is not with what feminists claim to stand for. Our problem is not with their positions. Our problem is with their words and actions.
You see, feminists, I don’t judge people based upon what they claim to stand for. If that were the case, I would take the word of R
STFU About Male PrivilegeIf perchance you encounter a feminist complaining about "male privilege", show them this chart, and hopefully, it will shut them up—if they're intellectually honest (which is a big "if" for feminists!):More Like This
Reminds me of an excellent Duckman rant: "Like I'm supposed to take women on how they 'feel' seriously? You want to be accepted for your minds, but you throw a hissy fit royale if someone isn't saying you look great 30 hours a day. You say you want a nice guy but you only give it up to the creeps. You get to stay home, not go to war, live longer, and have sex whenever you want. So remind me again: exactly what is there to complain about?"
Feminists Aint What They Used To BeMore Like This
Today is International Women’s Day, which should be a celebration of women and their accomplishments, but more often than not, is coopted by radical feminists in order to push their myopic worldview and agenda.
Too many times, when someone like me expresses our disdain with modern feminism, the knee-jerk reaction from feminists is “Oh yeah! What do you have against equal rights for women?!”
I don’t think anyone else can offer a better rebuttal to this insipid question than Bernard Goldberg.
The following is an excerpt from his book “100 People Who Are Screwing Up America.” The entire book is exactly what the title says: a list of people whom Bernie feels is making America a worse place to live. It’s an amusing and equally enlightening read, and one that I highly recommend.
Before his epic list, he offers a few pre
Tumblr SJWs In A NutshellThis comic perfectly epitomizes the glaring hypocrisy of Tumblr “Social Justice Warriors”, especially in the second panel (because gender "equality" doesn't apply towards grown men liking a little girl's cartoon!):More Like This
Why I Cannot Stand Axis Powers HetaliaEDIT 5/11/2014: Guys. GUYS. STAAAHHHP. This journal is fucking FIVE YEARS OLD, and that's about how old all of you are acting. I would say sorry for ~ruining your life~ by venting about your favorite sparkly animoo, but I'm not. And if your whole identity is really tied up in a fucking fandom, you have serious issues. Seek help. Disabling comments when I can, because whether you're trying to prove some stupid point to me, defend me, or logic this out with me, you're all equally retarded. Go home, boys and girls, show's over!More Like This
So a few friends have been asking me lately what I've got against this inexplicably popular series that seems to have popped up recently called Axis Powers Hetalia. They love it... and I HATE it. Hate it hate it hate it!!! But the mere fact that it fills me with boiling rage everytime I think about it is not a good enough reason for them, so I guess I'll try to piece together why it pisses me off so very much. -I'm- not even entirely sure why I d