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Started by Amber, Dec 12, 2003, 12:44 PM

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Amber

he men's movement is a hate movement.  

What feminism is to men; the men's rights movement is to women.

Men's rights activists blame misandry for all their problems in the same way that feminists blame the patriarchy.

The only thing men's rights activists are good at is abusing women.  

And you can quote me on that.  :D

Amber

he men's movement is a hate movement.  

What feminism is to men; the men's rights movement is to women.

Men's rights activists blame misandry for all their problems in the same way that feminists blame the patriarchy.

The only thing men's rights activists are good at is abusing women.  

And you can quote me on that.  :D

nyet

All generalizations, Amber, are wrong.

Especially those in which you say the nature of every human being is exactly the same, and exactly the way you want it to be.

I'm truly amazed.

It's usually the liberals who ( la communisim) believe that everyone is "the same" that human nature is "the same" and that one cookie cutter solution works for everyone.

Surely you are more intelligent than those liberals?

Not all women think that sex has to be attached to love, or a relationship. Not all men want one night stands.

There is a great amount of variance among people, Amber. As long as a person is living his or her life in such a way as to make him or her happy without deliberately hurting others, it is nobody's place to tell them they're doing it wrong.

Amber

he men's movement is a hate movement.  

What feminism is to men; the men's rights movement is to women.

Men's rights activists blame misandry for all their problems in the same way that feminists blame the patriarchy.

The only thing men's rights activists are good at is abusing women.  

And you can quote me on that.  :D

Setaseba

Quote from: "Amber"
Whatever, nyet/shrew.

When you are 50+, without a husband or children, having spent your life, cherishing most those moments where you had "pure raw animal sex," and have nothing but a host of men and some mediocre career under your belt ... get back to me on the "variance" in human nature.


I have to admit that that's the bottom line here folks. It's too late after 30+ years of smoking to be pissed off when you get lung cancer. "Somebody should have told me about this" is too little too late.

nyet

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Amber said:
When you are 50+, without a husband or children, having spent your life, cherishing most those moments where you had "pure raw animal sex," and have nothing but a host of men and some mediocre career under your belt ... get back to me on the "variance" in human nature.


Do you pay attention to anything?

I've stated numerous times that I do not ever want to have children and that I plan on getting my tubes tied as soon as it is possible to find a doctor who will perform the procedure.

Getting married isn't something that's on my priority list at all.

As for the 'mediocre' success in my career, well, that's quite an understatement. I am the youngest engineer in employ at my company, and I currently head the technical department having been promoted over others with more seniority because of my abilities. I also run a successful private computer consulting business, and have the luxury of quoting and billing any hourly rate I choose.

As for those moments of 'raw animal sex', I do cherish them, thank you.

In closing, please, continue to spend your time stewing over whether or not I'll be bitter when I'm over 50 years old. I imagine that when I am >50, married or not and definitely without kids (as I have chosen to be), I will look back and smile and think about you, who spent all of your youth being bitter at those who love their lives.

Rayden

I am a conservative, Amber, thank you.  You have a problem with individualism don't you?  I believe people can have and enjoy different lifestyles than what other "superior" people deem as fitting for them.  You cannot force people to behave in such and such a way, and, Amber that is what your are implicitly implying and Nyet called you on it.  Drop the hate, Amber, and forgive one another.

Amber

he men's movement is a hate movement.  

What feminism is to men; the men's rights movement is to women.

Men's rights activists blame misandry for all their problems in the same way that feminists blame the patriarchy.

The only thing men's rights activists are good at is abusing women.  

And you can quote me on that.  :D

Rayden

Well, at least you did not call me a piece of shit.  I will give you that.

nyet

This is coming from a 23 year old?

Why don't you get back to me when you get beyond the haven of Happy Valley?

Rayden

Ah, yes, Happy Valley, between Pleasantville and Wonderland.  I met a girl Alice there, I gave her a ride to Wonderland, have not heard from her in awhile.

nyet

I'm on Amber's ignore list now.

This means she can no longer see or argue with me when I post a slam dunk refutation of her posts.

Setaseba

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I'm on Amber's ignore list now.

This means she can no longer see or argue with me when I post a slam dunk refutation of her posts.


She'll see your stuff when she's guest browsing. Personally, I don't see the point of ignoring. Even a blind squirrel finds a nut now and then and it'd be a shame to miss it when it does. Hell, even I make a good point now and then - accidently of course :lol:

Amber

he men's movement is a hate movement.  

What feminism is to men; the men's rights movement is to women.

Men's rights activists blame misandry for all their problems in the same way that feminists blame the patriarchy.

The only thing men's rights activists are good at is abusing women.  

And you can quote me on that.  :D

Setaseba

I put you on my ignore list once Amber as an experiment to see how it works. I found out that it leaves so many holes in the flow of conversation that it's really a pain and seriously detracts from the whole forum experience. Unfortunately, I couldn't unignore and had to get evil to remove it. Personal preference I guess.

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