Doesn’t help when you’re playing it already.
Doesn’t help when you’re playing it already.
Damn it, I just got this intense plot kitty wanting me to write cat!Ryan and kitty!Mike.
I ship Hardston, and love FBI family stuff. It’s a strange feeling.
finally found that movie everyones been going on about!
Let it goDon’t let it go
I just have this strange idea about this.
I don’t think that’s Luke. I think it’s Mark in Luke’s clothes and general style. He’s trying to act like his brother, but some of his personality is still showing through.
I really like how you write roderick. So I was wondering if you could do the prompt of all the shepard stuff except that instead of ryan and them saving her its Roderick.
He was dead.
Many “feminists” are claiming that misandry does not exist, when things like this are right before their eyes.
In news articles, if a woman is raped, she receives sympathy and the perpetrator is highly looked down upon. There may be some victim blaming, however there is little to none and it is downvoted and receives many replies explaining why it is not the victims fault. (I am not saying I support victim blaming in women, or anyone, this is simply what I have observed.)
In articles about male rape, the majority of comments are jokes or people claiming he made it up and that men can’t get raped. There is a substantial amount of victim blaming and gender stereotyping - comments saying he’s just pathetic and needs to “man up”. And people saying that a man cannot be raped. Men can become physically aroused without consenting! Women can rape men, it does happen!
Many males who are victims of rape are too scared to tell anyone in fear of appearing weak which is deemed unacceptable of men.
Look at the responses for the female-on-male rape stories and imagine them being on male-on-female rape stories, and then tell me misandry isn’t real.
(This post is not saying male-on-female rape is right, or that women are not oppressed and I am not misogynistic.)
And people say that we live in a “patriarchy” and that society isn’t misandrist… give me a fucking break.
This shit is because of patriarchy.
We’ve been over this. We went over this just this week:
“Feminists do not want women to escape prosecution on legitimate domestic violence charges, nor do we want men to be ridiculed for being raped or abused. The idea that women are naturally gentle and compliant and that victimhood is inherently feminine is part of patriarchy.”
“…I am not misogynistic”
Oh? Oh, good. See, I was confused there for a second because you were trying to undermine women who work for women’s rights. If you want people to know that you’re not a misogynist then show, don’t tell.
EDIT: And you know what? This is such a biased sampling. Go look at some comments that came after Steubenville and tell me just how sympathetic our culture is to female rape victims!
We did go over this last week. And it was called out as nonsense. Repeatedly.
Feminists generally talk about rape as if it’s something only men do to women, thereby perpetuating the patriarchy. I can think of precisely one initiative where feminists addressed the erasure of male rape at all, and even then only as a side issue. Feminists in india recently prevented the gov’t from making rape laws gender neutral.
“We are shocked to learn that the ordinance introduces a gender neutral perpetrator for sexual assault, suggesting that both women and men could potentially be charged with the offence. Rape, as we know, is a crime largely defined as male violence against women, with absolutely no evidence of women as perpetrators. This is in disregard to the Justice Verma recommendations and totally unacceptable,” said leading women rights lawyer Madhu Mehra.
By introducing gender neutrality in the law, the government is projecting a falsified image as though there was indeed some semblance of equality in the crimes that are committed against both men and women.”
Good luck finding any examples of Western feminists calling them out on their own, though.
Pretending that feminism fights how society erases male victims and female rapists by doing the exact same itself is ludicrous. In fact, you don’t address what feminists actually do at any point, only what they think. Well, except for the part where you describe them as, whoops, “women who work for women’s rights”. Which not only ignores male feminists, but you’ve admitted feminism doesn’t actually work on how men are oppressed.
If feminism is helping men, where are all the men going “feminism helped me”? You can claim you care all you like, but it’s useless unless you actually do something. Unless you are willing to actually call out people erasing male victims, even if they, too, claim to be feminists, instead of being more concerned with defending feminism.
What’s really telling is that at no point do you directly address what’s going on in the screenshots, other than to handwave them as a “biased sample”. Much less the question of whether misandry is a thing. In fact, even that Jez article you quoted says nothing about how societal standards affect men. If you honestly see women as the victims even when women benefit and men suffer, you are not going to be able to deal with men’s issues. For example; society says that when a woman forces someone to have sex with them, it’s not really rape. In the UK, women cannot legally rape, even if the victim is a child. It has nothing to do with force. In fact, the story they’re commenting on sounds like that of James Landrith, whose assailant forced his compliance by threatening to accuse him of raping her. Society knows you don’t need force to be a rapist.
And, really, Steubenville? The thing where a few idiot kids harassed the victim and the rest of the world was outraged? That had people protesting on the steps of the courthouse? That led to international outrage when CNN tried to be the slightest bit sympathetic? What was that you were saying about biased samples?
If you want society to stop seeing victimhood as inherently feminine , then you need to start talking about women as aggressors and men as victims too. Your response is to fob it off on “the patriarchy”, which means you’re still blaming men for it. I’d really like to know why men would create a system where they prioritize women’s suffering above their own if they were trying to oppress women.
"But it;s patriarchy!" Yes, isn’t amazing how every problem refers back to your made-up enemy and women issues are the cause of literally everything? I mean shit feminists, you can do better than being the Freud of activism.
Are you going to write more Mike and Ryan? your omega!Mike and alpha!Ryan was good.
If my brain comes up with anything, I’ll write it as best as I can.