I don’t know how people can look at the new year as a new beginning, it’s still the same people, usually doing the same garbage. I want to be a writer, but I have this problem where I can’t decide what I’d like to talk about.When it comes to writing, I don’t focus so well. I guess I just have a mind full of thoughts, there are so many things I’d like to talk about and weigh in on; yet, I have accumulated so many stories that they become fleeting thoughts.
I think writing to me is like a form of therapy where I can just express my self the way I want to. I mean, most people don’t talk about the things I like to discuss, or whatever. I also read this meme that when you have a lot to say but remain silent, that’s staying classy.
Um… no I don’t think it works like that.
So this is what has happened in the last few weeks of January that I thought were worth mentioning.
There’s this 11 year Americanboy, whose parents are raising him as a young Drag Queen. On one hand, it’s launched him into fame, but on the other hand he was out some ungodly hour dancing for men whom were throwing money at him like a stripperat a gay bar. 11 year old Desmond Is Amazing, was dancing at a Brooklynn Based LGBTQ bar “3 Dollar Bill”. Excuse me, what?
Don’t worry, it’s gets even worse.
Now I don’t know, I think pedophilia is a very sensitive topic. In a way, even talking about makes people uneasy and upset. Not for Canadian Nemis Quinn Mélançon-Golden’s mom! There are articles about Nemis doing Drag since he was nines years old, but this month a picture of him with another NAKED ADULT DRAG QUEENsurfaced. I don’t know how I feel about this, because I’m not really outraged, it’s not my child; yet it definitely wouldn’tbe my kid (if I ever have them). You can check out the article written on him here, probably view the picture as well. I’ll let you be the judge.
Gillette, what have you done?
You spat in the face of every man. And then you try and redeem yourself with another commercial during the AFC championship game? There were so many ways to interpret how Gilette messed up.
First thing is I’m going to say is this; men are not the only influence on boys. Other boys are also and influence, other girls, the school teachers, if they play sports their coaches, people online, the media, their own mothers, other women, other family members as well. The point is we should all be setting an example for our the younger version of our selves. Yet at the end of the video is a man saying we need to be better.
Men, we need to be better. There is so much wrong with this video, it fits the feminist narrative so perfectly. Have noticed that all the misogynist acts were perpetrated by white males? Also that black males are the ones telling the white how to behave. Because other men are so predatory, astounding.
Apparently touching a female colleagues shoulder while re-phrasing what she meant so her point is made more clearly is mansplaining, that’s toxic masculinity? There is a lot wrong with this ad, and it’s gotten to the point where I am just sick of telling men “We’re being shafted”. Because quite honestly, we are blamed now not only for our own doings, but also the doings of other men; as well as the irresponsibility of women.
I was on Facebook, and this woman says that all these other women date these unemotional guys. So we need feminism to correct this, in other words fix the men to be more considerate and sensitive guys; be nice guys. The guys who are sensitive, and caring, don’t get the girls. It’s no new that nice guys basically finish last, it was confirmed in this video here.
Then on reddit, in the r/IncelTears thread, I usually have a debate going in there for something relating to feminism. Today, I had someone tell me that she was sick of fighting, that she wants everyone to be equal. Yet why are you telling me, I am not some spokesperson; stand up against the obvious inequality against men, and other marginalized groups. I don’t think that’s going to happen at all, feminists are, from what I hear, not the most accepting of women who oppose them.
Trust me, it’s not like they love me.