Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Women Gone Wild

I know that you, like me, are appalled to see men treat women disrespectfully. I also know that you are wondering how this could ever happen. Whatever gave men the idea that they could talk dirty to women? Whatever gave men the idea that women were willing to do just about anything sexual, with strangers?

While pondering these deep questions I came across this, in the Daily Mail. Where else.It shows screen captures of Tinder proposals. Presumably, they are real. I hope they are not. In any event, if you want to understand what is going on between the sexes and between the sheets, check this out... women proposing to anonymous men. And don't tell me these women are not clever and witty:


sestamibi said...

More like propositioning than proposing.

Sam L. said...

I'm guessing these are real. Stupid, but real.

Anonymous said...

"Fifty Shades of Gray" and the film industries' output did a lot to convince men that this is what women want. Not considering that women/feminists have done a pretty good job of convincing men women are "SLUTS, I would suggest the wearing a "pussy hat" to define yourself does not help. If women want to find out who is their worst enemy all they have to do is look in the mirror.
Women created the men they wanted and now don't like what they accomplished. The fact is that men attempt to give women what they seem to want, but women are confused, even to themselves, what they really want. I suspect that many men answered the question, "What Do women want?" with who the Hell knows since they have not figured it out themselves.
Stormy represents what the worst of the left and they have yet to figure it out

LAG said...

Those are new ways of demanding respect from men I had not previously encountered.

Ares Olympus said...

Does anyone know anything about Tinder? These women don't actually have to reply to a single "hit", right? Perhaps they enjoy getting 10,000 messages and taking the best for a laugh. Of course they're not going to use their own picture if they don't plan to meet up, assuming the authors are even women at all.
Hook-up apps are more arousing than actual hook-ups : Tinder doesn't only gamify the dating process, it also sexualizes it. It isn't anymore just a way to get a date with someone, but it is an end in itself.