I believe men should be able to get a “financial abortion” and have the choice not to be legally or financially responsible of a child. I also believe there should be a time limit on when a man can make this decision.
LMAO YOU’RE A FUCKING IDIOT
Where do I start?
You could possibly start by talking a bit about your viewpoint, and, if you don’t agree with graham-bunny, maybe talk about why they are wrong.
Do you believe that when a man consents to sex, he consents to parenthood?
There are many reasons why people can be fat. It’s not always as easy as ‘You should exercise and try and eat healthier food’. Some people are a) disabled and can’t exercise easily, b) poor and can’t afford food that doesn’t make them fatter, c) are taking medications that cause them to gain weight (a lot of SSRI antidepressants like fluoxetine can do this to people), d) are fat…and healthy, and haven’t got high cholesterol, diabetes or any other weight-related health problems. Also, it’s unfair to shame anyone because of a health problem, whether perceived or real.
Also jesus fucking christ other’s peoples weight is none of your business why the fuck would fat shaming even just for ‘health’ reasons, ever be okay?! It’s bullying?! And abusive?!
Feel free to delete this if you don’t think it’s appropriate for your blog or it’s too long, I just thought I would share.
So I’m like a film student and I’m currently doing a couple of research projects, both involve slasher films because it’s kind of my thing and honestly think they’ve been quite misconstrued at large (be it their reputation of the most demonic sexist things ever or their definition etc). I just really am fascinated by how such a simplistic formula became such a cultural phenomena and caused such a moral panic.
Because of this I’ve had to read into a ton of other research and honestly, so much of it involves the typical SJW language (so much of it has been a buzzword minefield) and methods. Mainly ignoring legitimate evidence, the crux of my research project is basically drawing on the conclusions of two other studies that went through around 137 between them and classified types of violence that you find in them by gender. I wanted to see if these held up to scrutiny if I extended them to a larger sample size, and it’s actually rather consistent.
Obviously at large, due to feminist academics and protesters etc, slasher films have been deemed sexist from their very inception because of their glorification of violence of women only. Yet, that really isn’t the case and these studies back this up, the arguing from an sociological viewpoint completely skews what is actually happening. I wouldn’t have a major issue if it wasn’t often tooted as fact.
I will concur that there are slasher films that are quite sexist freely but they don’t tend to represent the majority. The results from these studies show that male victims are more likely to be the victim right the way from the 80s to the 00s. Male victims also are killed with a higher degree of harm, aggression and violence. So these claims that women are the most victimised are well, unfounded. Ironically, the slasher film created by feminists has far more violence towards women on all levels. Sexual violence isn’t actually that common in this sub-genre like people are told it is.
The one thing that does differentiate towards female victims more is the level of psychological aggression, it’s extremely skewed that way. However, female characters are 95% more likely to be lead in the film and psychologically screwing with the lead is an (easy) overused plot point, so this would easily account for that. Though I am more than willing to listen to other sociological points on this due to its abnormal skewing.
Like, even their inception was to attract a female audience, they were spurned by Carrie and how successful that was with a female audience. That’s why they were (and are, still!) pretty much 95% female led. Studios wanted female audience members and they were losing them throughout the 60s and early 70s. And they did prove (and once again still do) prove popular for female audiences. Though you’ll never hear that in academia, it goes against their points. My tutor said she was impressed with the findings and she’s completely a feminist, but y’know willing to see points from everywhere.
(Obviously with the female nudity, whilst not actually that prevalent throughout the movies, there’s a definite leg to stand on when you want to argue things from this angle, which is fine because it’s kind of justifiable on some levels)
So basically, male victims are killed more far and far more brutally but, they get removed from the equation to make radical feminist arguments (that always always always involve blaming of patriarchy, always), which is really dishonest.
Again, sorry if it’s long and stuff. It’s just between this and Tumblr it’s all getting a bit much to handle!
SJWP: No, that was a good read. Thank you for submitting. :)