The Slut Mindset

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At Dannyfrom504‘s site Spacetraveller made a comment:

We are here in solidarity because we all realise that certain sections of society are being trampled under (i.e.men).

To which I responded that “Team Woman is Anti Male by definition.”
And then she asked:

Interesting! But I wonder, is this a natural phenomenon or is it a learned response by women who have been repeatedly burned by men?

Surely it cannot be a natural instinct in women, to hate men. Given that (in a primordial way), women ‘s survival rests on men. So what I am saying is that, if Team Woman is anti-male, it must be a cultural thing and not part of female nature.

Anyone else have any thoughts on this?

My response to that was :

I think that if women are repeatedly burned by men (pump & dump?) it might be because they have a covert contract with the guy where if they have sex with him he will be their boyfriend. The guy has no clue about it and might not go along with it anyway. So, it ends up being the guy’s fault for not keeping up his end of the contract he didn’t sign. To get over the hurt of the P&D, the women decide that they didn’t want him anyway; they were just using HIM for sex. Yeah! Big Strong Powerful Woman!!!! Fuck all men!!!

Wow, did I just psychoanalyze the slut mindset? LOL!

So, what do you think? Is a lot of feminism’s anti-male mindset derived from the broken covert contracts? Is it all just self-interest?

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27 thoughts on “The Slut Mindset

  1. Belle of the Library

    I think that could be part of it. Personally, I think we don’t accept the inconvenient differences between the gender. It’s okay to be the favored gender when we need off work for sick kiddos, so long as no one denies us that pay raise!

  2. Emma the Emo

    And some people think the anti-male things feminists do is about inflating their SMV artificially (banning prostitution, “child” porn hysteria, trying to ban normal porn…).
    Allowing women to turn regretted sex into rape must about those broken covert contracts though.
    I could probably make a huge list of reasons why feminists pass anti-male laws and think the way they do, but I think it will be best summed up as “seeing female victims everywhere/always feeling like a victim”. And lots of things can make a woman feel bad.

  3. TempestTcup Post author

    Belle of the Library

    True. I don’t know why people insist that men and women are interchangeable; it would be so much easier on everyone if we can all admit there are differences, and then each gender can play to their strengths. Really if each gender would do that, we would balance each other much better.

  4. TempestTcup Post author

    Emma the Emo

    “seeing female victims everywhere/always feeling like a victim”

    Yes, this drives me wild. It’s like victimhood is a badge of honor or something. Victim Mentality. Nuts!

  5. Belle of the Library

    You’ll love this. Today, after I cut my finger open when my ice scraper snapped in two, I was near tears when an older gentleman came over and told me get in the car and enjoy the heat while he scraped my windows. Kiss my ass, feminism. I tried. I bled. He was better at it.

  6. MissMarie

    I’m not too proud to admit that this was me, and you are right-on, at least for a large percentage. It was what we did, slept with the hottest guy that would have us and when he didn’t call back or want to be our boyfriend tell the rest of our girl group that we were just using him anyway, he was too________ or not enough_________ for US to want to date. But for the grace of God did I learn better, and today I look back at that time with SO much absolute regret. It’s a constant feedback loop. I was never popular or part of the in-crowd in school so as soon as a group of girls wanted me to be their friend I was IN. Took me a couple years to realize that they were dead wrong about men and women. I really wish Mom would’ve given me a proper ‘talk’ and described WHY it was a bad idea to have sex with guys, although I suppose I still might not have listened.

  7. TempestTcup Post author

    Belle of the Library

    That’s sweet! I always try to smile extra big at people who open doors, etc for me. Haven’t had anyone scrape my windows though 🙂

  8. Tell your story

    @MissMarie

    Thank you for your honesty.

    Please tell as many young women as you can about your experiences and your regret, so that they might not repeat the same mistakes. This is the only way to stop the cycle.
    They won’t listen to their moms, but they might listen to other women.

  9. MissMarie

    @Tell Your Story
    I try, but it is less than effective. Mostly they just get angry and tell me that I’m jealous. Ohhhh-kay, sweetie…

  10. MissMarie

    I’ve been celibate for, ohhhhh, I’d say about three years now. Can’t say I miss it at ALL. Lonely – sure. But I’m definitely not jealous of their drunken bed-hopping. Once you’re away from it for awhile it’s hard to believe what the attraction was in the first place. The worst part is the reputation; I work with men almost exclusively and if those girls could hear what guys say about them… People are just now starting to lay off on the rumors about me, and it’s been three YEARS. It never fully goes away. But, you can’t tell them anything.

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