cHaD451 said I look like a circus clown... I'm going to file charges! (Is that sexist?)
(Some) Women you might want to stop reading now, because lord knows I wouldn’t want to hurt your little feeling or damage your psyche by saying something that offends you …
OK are the self-identified
whiners I’m mean ‘ladies’ gone? Good!
Here is the deal we all get verbally assaulted, offended or otherwise put off by what someone or some group says from time to time and I know I have been one to piss off more than my fair share of people by saying – “You know what… deal with it!” I’ve had people say things to me that that piss me off, but that’s my problem not theirs so when I hear some folks complain about something said to them I say you choose how to react and if you feed the flames then the fire burns hotter, ignore it and you just doused it with cold water. Hell, for that matter it’s just words on a screen that you chose to read – if somebody say something online and you start reading and you know it’s going to be offended then STOP READING IT!
Currently they’re is a group of female bloggers that are pissed off about alleged misogyny online and are bitching (Is that sexist?) about it. Let me try to explain this to them without getting their panties in a wad (Is that sexist?)… the internet is a big place it crosses all boarders and covers all walks of life and there are going to be people out there that piss you off, period. (Is that sexist?) There is going to be people that say things you don’t agree with, that offends you and at times you might receive a personal attack, insult, rude remark or threats – SO DEAL WITH IT!
If I had a dime for every threat, attack, insult, ad hominem or person telling me to do something anatomically impossible that I’ve received online – I’d be retired on a tropical island with a fancy cocktail in a cocoanut with an umbrella all served up by a scantly clad tropical beauty with low or no morals. (Is that sexist?) But to the heart of the matter… this is the internet, it’s NOT your place of work! The vast majority of thing said here are from faceless, nameless people you will never meet nor likely know even if you ran into them on the street – so why do you care and why worry about it? Who gives a shit what WarHammerZ, Vette2001, MuffDiver69 or whatever their goofy-ass screen-name thinks about anything? I know I don’t.
For the record I do not condone violence against women or anyone – granted I know more than a few people of both sexes that could use a good old fashion ass whoopin’ but I’m not out there advocating someone goes and does it. Personally, I’ve never hit a women in my life unless you count the fight I had with a girl named Shelia in the First grade! But this entire planet has become full of politically correct whiners trying to shield themselves from the reality that not everyone agrees or likes them and that they may lash out in ways behind the safety of a keyboard and say things they wouldn’t say to your face… doubt me? You should see some of my hate mail.
BTW – nothing I say here is anything I wouldn’t say to your face – treat me with respect, you’ll get it in return – dog me and my God have mercy on your fragile mental and emotional state, I’m going to destroy it.
So anyway I say all of that about this…
Women bloggers seek to fight online misogyny, critics decry threat to free speech
The New Statesman’s Helen Lewis-Hasteley recently brought together nine female bloggers to recount their plight as victims of online hate. The women’s complaints focus largely on being called mean things, from the traditional women insults (“bitch,” “fat,” “ugly”) to those overtly sexual and violent.
“I’m not sure what the solution to all this is, although I’m beginning to wonder if it might be worth one or more of us having a go at taking a test case through the criminal justice system,” wrote freelance writer Eleanor O’Hagan, telling her tale to the New Statesman. “In the meantime though, I think it’s imperative that women who write online continue to speak out about the abuse we’re subjected to, and that we expose the Internet misogynists at every opportunity we get.”
Yeah that’s it – let’s be a fat ugly bitch (Is that sexist?) and sue somebody for calling you a fat ugly bitch – pure genius! Let your actions qualify the charges – that’ll show’em!. This is nothing but another effort by libtards to suppress free speech will if I was a betting my I’d say it’s liberals – I haven’t cared enough to research it that closely, but you need to understand free speech includes shit you don’t want to hear, shit you don’t like and my find distasteful it may include vulgarities, insults and phrases designed to shock and offend. This whiner mindset is so typical – they’d might as well say “I don’t care what you say as long as I agree with it and it doesn’t offend me, but you’ll never know what offends me until I’m offended and now I’m mad so it’s too late!”
Ever wonder why men die first? – they want to. Anyway that stems from this…
“You should have your tongue ripped out”: the reality of sexist abuse online
No one likes to look like a whiner — particularly a woman writing in male-dominated fields such as politics, economics or computer games. Others are reluctant to give trolls the “satisfaction” of knowing they’re emotionally affected by the abuse or are afraid of incurring more by speaking out.
Then why are you whining if you don’t want to look like a whiner? How something effects you emotionally is no one’s problem but yours! I nor anyone else can be held responsible or liable for how you react to anything – I get so sick and tired of people saying “You made me feel ____!” – Insert any emotion or state of mind, because my response every time is a simple one… ‘I have no control over how you feel or react, you and you alone control that. So don’t try blaming me, put you big girl panties on and STFU.’
This is one of the many problems we have in the world – we’re all suppose to self-regulate in concern of others felling and/or emotional state. When did I become responsible for your feeling? When did anyone become responsible for anyone’s feelings but their own? I’ve heard people say ‘Well you need to watch what you say because you don’t know what events people have suffered in their life and how that may effect them.”
I’ve got some news for you I really don’t care what events you have suffered in your life anymore than you give a shit about event suffered in mine, so I’m not going to tip toe around your emotions because you opted to wear your heart on your sleeve – so you know what… deal with it.
I’m not to saying we toss compassion out the window and just be rude to be rude, but I don’t want to be in a constant state of fake revved up compassion because of some kid said your senior prom dress makes you look fat – I rather people say what’s on their mind instead or running around in the gray haze of political correctness, because the fact are nothing great ever got done without pissing a few people off.
OK the whiners can come back now… I could go one with this rant, but honestly I just really don’t care what these people think… maybe I should sue.