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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    The neomasculinist doctrine was an exemplar thematic that alludes to my general contentions with relentless progressivism. It is not representative of my world-view per sae but, rather, indicative of a limited area of reasoning pertaining to it. Capeesh?
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    For the avoidance of doubt, I have/would never advocate for a return to the 1950s, humanity has progressed in important ways since then, but my general philosophy is to proceed reasonably carefully, rather than throwing caution to the wind and arbitrarily assuming all changes that may look or be labelled 'progressive' are necessarily for the common good, or even remotely progressive, in practice
    I'll take your word for it, love, but the point still stands

    Hurt feels :sad:

    Sure, it's bad for your health, but does have its perks :smug:

    I can assure you that I am well aware that I am scarcely above sea level :mmm:

    Wasn't aware I'd made such a claim
    You said about the mental illness/gender thing?

    How can you even say that when you're not qualified to diagnose anything?
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    How can you even say that when you're not qualified to diagnose anything?
    Empirical observations re: self-declared individuals, or else demonstrably somewhat confused/unstable/tortured souls, with mental health issues. One doesn't have to be a qualified psychiatrist, or even a psychotherapist, to identify such trends
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    Empirical observations re: self-declared individuals, or else demonstrably somewhat confused/unstable/tortured souls, with mental health issues. One doesn't have to be a qualified psychiatrist, or even a psychotherapist, to identify such trends
    For example?
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    (Original post by AfcFob)
    Tangled is my favourite Disney film! (And Big Hero 6 too since FOB did the theme song)
    Huzzah! Big Hero 6 is my favourite too! xD
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    For example?
    For example: emotional disturbance, self-harm, depressive disorders, OCD and anxiety, mood swings, perfectionism/fatalism, as well as PTSD e.g. associated with histories of abuse. In my experience, non-heterosexual/binary young people suffer disproportionately more with such demons
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    For example: emotional disturbance, self-harm, depressive disorders, OCD and anxiety, mood swings, perfectionism/fatalism, as well as PTSD e.g. associated with histories of abuse. In my experience, non-heterosexual/binary young people suffer disproportionately more with such demons
    And, I assume you can prove this with a peer-reviewed study?
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    (Original post by kuro_kurotsubaki)
    Huzzah! Big Hero 6 is my favourite too! xD
    YES!! I absolutely love it
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    And, I assume you can prove this with a peer-reviewed study?
    Knock yourself out (unfortunately for you, whilst I am not a psychiatrist, I am a learned social scientist/health researcher) :doh:
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    Knock yourself out (unfortunately for you, whilst I am not a psychiatrist, I am a learned social scientist/health researcher) :doh:
    Well, to be honest, if a whole group of people hated you for your sexuality, and kept calling you an 'abomination'-hardcore religious people in my family, brah-then tell me how you'd feel?

    Plus, that still doesn't enable to you to make a diagnose of anything.
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    if a whole group of people hated you for your sexuality, and kept calling you an 'abomination'-hardcore religious people in my family, brah-then tell me how you'd feel?
    The psychosocial impact of discrimination/stigma-reflective self-hatred is indeed a factor. Doubt all that many literally "hate" homsexuals, themselves, these days, mind, homophobes typically have a problem more so with related acts (male buggery)*

    still doesn't enable to you to make a diagnose of anything
    Wasn't aware I'd make a particular diagnosis? :dontknow:
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    The psychosocial impact of discrimination/stigma-reflective self-hatred is indeed a factor. Doubt all that many literally "hate" homsexuals, themselves, these days, mind, homophobes typically have a problem more so with related acts (male buggery)*

    Wasn't aware I'd make a particular diagnosis? :dontknow:
    Hmmm, I'm guessing that's it's A-OK for heterosexuals in their opinion?

    And, you insinuated that because you're a social scientist/health researcher, that you are quailified to give some kind of analysis on this topic, hence why you said 'unfortunately for you...' and don't say you weren't because you were.

    Plus, can we cut out the pompous vocabulary out, it's a bit irritating to be honest and only re-enforces my earlier point of you having an elevated opinion of yourself, because you think for some reason I won't understand.
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    Farage is love, Farage is life
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    (Original post by Pinkberry_y)
    Farage is love, Farage is life
    Meh.
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    Hmmm, I'm guessing that's it's A-OK for heterosexuals in their opinion?
    Not sure what you mean by that?

    you insinuated that because you're a social scientist/health researcher, that you are quailified to give some kind of analysis on this topic
    Correct, but not to diagnose individuals, you seem to have the two confused

    can we cut out the pompous vocabulary out
    No, it's important to articulate oneself eloquently, for accuracy and so as to be best understood :top2:

    you think for some reason I won't understand
    Not at all, I expect you to either comprehend what it is that I am saying or else look words/phrases up
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    Not sure what you mean by that?

    Correct, but not to diagnose individuals, you seem to have the two confused

    No, it's important to articulate oneself eloquently, for accuracy and so as to be best understood :top2:

    Not at all, I expect you to either comprehend what it is that I am saying or else look words/phrases up
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    Doubt all that many literally "hate" homsexuals, themselves, these days, mind, homophobes typically have a problem more so with related acts (male buggery)*
    I meant that when it comes to heterosexuals, the above is A-OK in their opinion.

    And, nah mate.

    Of course being eloquent is important, but you take it too far to the point that you won't use Standard English, which you know, would be more than enough. Plus, you better, as it's my thread.

    And, don't kid yourself, you think I'm the average teenage stereotype that doesn't know anything other than 'Text Speak'.
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    It just pisses me off how much guys circlejerk about what is clearly the most low quality meat available.
    Your replies are the best lmao shutting myself XD

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    Your replies are the best lmao shutting myself XD

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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    when it comes to heterosexuals, the above is A-OK in their opinion
    Oh, you mean a man bumming a woman? People are generally fairly divided on that one, although it's becoming an increasingly common expectation among young males (primarily due to the influence of porn)

    you take it too far to the point that you won't use Standard English, which you know, would be more than enough
    If you feel particular words are superfluous then feel free to point them out and I'll do my best to redact them forthwith! :top2:

    you think I'm the average teenage stereotype that doesn't know anything other than 'Text Speak'.
    I wouldn't describe you as average, necessarily (don't know you, and haven't seen much evidence to suppose so), but somewhat typical* in terms of the aforesaid affliction (pseudo-progressivist brainwashing). I understand why you're defensive, dare say I was similarly 'sprung' in my younger years :shakecane:
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    Oh, you mean a man bumming a woman? People are generally fairly divided on that one, although it's becoming an increasingly common expectation among young males (primarily due to the influence of porn)

    If you feel particular words are superfluous then feel free to point them out and I'll do my best to redact them forthwith! :top2:

    I wouldn't describe you as average, necessarily (don't know you, and haven't seen much evidence to suppose so), but somewhat typical* in terms of the aforesaid affliction (pseudo-progressivist brainwashing). I understand why you're defensive, dare say I was similarly 'sprung' in my younger years :shakecane:

    Yep.

    And, at it again. :rolleyes:

    Nah mate, it's called being brought up well, and , I'm assume you say I'm 'sprung' as I don't just take stuff like *that*, and I'm not submissive enough for your liking.
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    And, at it again. :rolleyes:
    You're too easy :mmm:

    Nah mate, it's called being brought up well
    Something in this sentance doesn't fit right :unsure:

    I'm assume you say I'm 'sprung' as I don't just take stuff like *that*
    Something like that, aye, you're a little more defensive/hostile than is strictly necessary (possibly because you've been a little hasty in misinterpreting my comments as an attack on you/your gender)

    I'm not submissive enough for your liking.
    My liking really has nothing to do with it, but, for the record, I try to encourage people who to be strong/independently minded, even my wenches (general submissive qualities are seldom desirable to me)
 
 
 
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