Emotionally exploitative, prejudicial claptrap from the anti-testosterone jihadis...

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TheCitizenAct
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Sickeningly prejudicial. This is what I consistently refer to as 'pathological altruism.' It's cloaking a blatant prejudice as a social good, largely to recruit an army of tribal narcissists to their socially acceptable religion.

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liek if u cri evertym

Maybe they should also make "Dear mum"?
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WTF did I just watch? Name calling now leads to rape?
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I don't see the problem it is kind of about prejudice towards women but kind of lame that they make it about jokes turning into rape
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I'm not really a fan of indirect guilt.
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(Original post by karl pilkington)
I don't see the problem it is kind of about prejudice towards women but kind of lame that they make it about jokes turning into rape
You don't see a problem with pathologising every male on planet Earth, or turning them all into de facto rapists and misogynists?

What about the fact it infantilises the entire female gender?

What about the cringe-inducing, emotionally exploitative appeals to 'Daddy, help me' (from women who, in another context, on another day, are 'empowered')?
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(Original post by TheCitizenAct)
You don't see a problem with pathologising every male on planet Earth, or turning them all into de facto rapists and misogynists?

What about the fact it infantilises the entire female gender?

What about the cringe-inducing, emotionally exploitative appeals to 'Daddy, help me' (from women who, in another context, on another day, are 'empowered')?
Yeah it is kind of lame I agree but it doesn't really make any difference to anything. Women still face massive persecution and violence in the world so I would rather be on their side rather than against it.
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(Original post by karl pilkington)
Yeah it is kind of lame I agree but it doesn't really make any difference to anything. Women still face massive persecution and violence in the world so I would rather be on their side rather than against it.
Not in the world that girl lives in. In her world, women are the most privileged beings on planet Earth. Which is what makes this all the more galling, manipulative and prejudicial.

Everything makes a difference to everything else. Nothing exists in isolation. Just because I can't do anything about the fact someone is having their head kicked in somewhere in the UK right now, it doesn't mean it isn't a problem, nor does it mean it isn't our problem.

Everything is connected and people are the sum of their experiences - where this video exists, another 10,000 like it are a mere click away. All of this propaganda helps people form perceptions on what life around them is like, irrespective of how disingenuous the propaganda is.
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Maybe they should also make "Dear mum"?
Dear Mum, why is the entire western world trying to paint me as a misogynistic rapist? Why are all men responsible for the actions of all other men? Why is my University telling me I need to attend consent classes? Why am I being banned from attending diversity classes? Why did that girl accuse me of rape when I didn't go anywhere near her? Why does no-one seem to know that more men are raped in the USA every year than women?
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(Original post by karl pilkington)
Yeah it is kind of lame I agree but it doesn't really make any difference to anything. Women still face massive persecution and violence in the world so I would rather be on their side rather than against it.
Women are less likely to be victims of violence than men.
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Wow, that was depressing.
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Sickeningly prejudicial. This is what I consistently refer to as 'pathological altruism.' It's cloaking a blatant prejudice as a social good, largely to recruit an army of tribal narcissists to their socially acceptable religion.

The greatest danger to women is being infantilized by putrid rubbish like this.
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That was pathetic.
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