noodlenoodle Level 38 Windia Aran 1
I just wanted to talk about something that's been bothering me so I wanted to discuss it on this forum because I want to hear others opinions on it. I've been watching videos on youtube which are about woman who are talking about why they are single. Some of these reasons are solely because they don't want to be mistreated by men. On the comments of the videos there are woman bashing men and saying all they want is sex. Which isn't true for all men. Whatever race some one is including if they are a man or woman can just want some one for sex. I've also come across this video about interaccial relationships and the comments were from black woman who were saying that they don't date black men because they don't want to be mistreated. I've been watching the rest of this persons videos and they had one about catching feelings for a sexual partner. Some of the comments were about a woman saying how she only wanted this man for sex and confused it for love but chose to keep it to herself. But when men do this or use a woman for sex he gets put down. Both sexes get put down on this issue; however, they seem to bash the opposite sex and call them derogatory terms. So why is it okay for a woman to call a man a "f-boy" when they can do the same thing. Is it because they get called "hoes" etc. which causes them to be turned away from men? These same men who talk about woman having sexual freedom as in not being disrespected refer to their woman as "pussy". Same with woman referring to their men as "dick". Both ways I think those words are basically referring to some one as a sex toy or an object. I've also seen videos of men calling woman hoes for sleeping around when they do the same thing which is watched by mostly men. (Same thing with woman making videos and mostly woman watching). Both sexes seem completely oblivious of what they are saying about each other and ignore the fact that it goes both ways. Why can't we just come to an agreement and accept that every body no matter their race/sex/gender can be an a-hole? Discuss.
Posted: July 2017 Permalink