We'll agree to disagree on the severity of women's perception compared to men. I think the problem as it exists is equally troublesome for both sides (it is not an actual problem for me, but for the sake of argument...). What it comes down to is both men and women are presented in a highly idealized (according to society) fashion. You may say that the problem is bigger for women then men, but I personally don't agree.
Oh. Then I completely misunderstood. Mine includes such statements as "I don't care for tomatoes raw" and "I don't appreciate being accused for things I didn't do". Wonder how many watch lists that puts me on.
See also: tumblr
Oh for fuck's sake, this stupid argument again? When was the last time you saw a guy in a action game that wasn't ripped? Look at characters like Dante in Devil May Cry. You don't see men getting all butthurt because the common perception of men in video games is pure alpha male, muscle bound. Perhaps you have some internalized male-hate, or maybe it's disdain for 'geeks'. Either way, you need a better argument.
Great argument. Made an awesome showing of yourself there. Go man-hate somewhere else.
That so? Please do explain. And then go back to tumblr and blog about it.
Thanks for picking one possible scenario out of countless others. Interesting that this scenario furthers your male-hate agenda. Your meaningless experience isn't relative to anything.
That's because we're constantly under attack from you feminazis who want to make us feel terrible for being a man and existing. And we're not buying your happy horseshit.
Way to completely ignore that women make catcalls at men too. But hey, ignore anything that doesn't promote your feminazi agenda, right?
Is there a way to get this submission removed? There is so much wrong with this idiotic article. It doesn't belong on Slashdot.
So apparently if you're a standard frustrated angry geeky guy you need to have a manifesto? Damn. Guess I missed that memo.
I would love to, if the feminists could keep their fucking man-hating agenda out of it long enough to do so.
I had to look up what pansexuality even was. I agree, sounds like a ton of work to just say 'I would be with anyone regardless of how they identify/what parts they have'.
What if you have both?
This is kind of the same feeling I've always gone with. I think the vast number of names can get a little excessive, but I guess if the LGBTQ community needs that level of granularity in how they define themselves, might as well go with it. How other people decide to live their life, as long as it doesn't impact mine adversely, is their own business - as is what they call themselves.