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This is hilarious. I checked on my r-eddit feed a few minutes ago. r-All pops up before I sign in, and this little gem is near the top. It's from TwoX:
<The monster is not my fault
My son hates women. I'm afraid of the news, that it might be my kid. I have no one that understands. I'm the mom of the school shooter. I loved him and tried so hard.
Edit: Sorry, I didn't mean he'd actually shot up a school. Just that I wouldn't be surprised if he hurt others through his inability to manage his emotions. He's not a nice person. The kid I raised is gone. He's an adult that has been sucked into far right conspiracy and incel shit. I can't help someone that actively hates me and threatens me.
Of course she went to TwoX because she knew the sisterhood would give her a big dose of that sweet, sweet misandry and validation she ~wants~~ needs. (The post currently sits as 2100 karma.) And boy-oh-boy did she get it: the overwhelming number of comments were the typical stuff you'd expect to find there. HOWEVER... a couple of people decided to get some context and took a peek at her profile. It turns out that she's a raging alcoholic (the violent kind, not the happy kind) who is married to an "emotionally manipulative" husband. She's also an ex-Mormon... and not the kind that just stopped being Mormon, but the kind of ex-Mormon who feels the need to tell you all about it. Granted, I have no love for the Mormon church, but I don't make "I'm not a Mormon" my identity.
In other words, she totally rebelled against her conservative upbringing (where have seen that before?...), married a man she calls "abusive" (this again?...), and turned to the sisterhood where she knew all the blame would be placed on men. I see a few possibilities:
Although it's possible that she married a legit "bad boy," I suspect she married a regular guy and that his "emotional abuse" consists of him trying to get her to stop getting wasted, throwing lamps through windows, and abusing the children. He may even have suggested therapy, in which case any competent therapist (I know... they're thin on the ground) would have told her to fix herself and take responsibility like the adult she claims to be.
If even a TwoX thread contains a dose of, "Look in the mirror (assuming there's one you haven't smashed)," you know that she's the primary author of her problems, and that her son's so-called hatred of women is not the result of "alt-right" and "incel" websites"... it's HER.
But of course the vast majority of comments didn't bother to go that deep. They just saw a woman complaining about a man and immediately suggested that she call the cops and the FBI to confiscate his guns and put him on a watch list. Yeah... because sending a bunch of heavily-armed white knights who are already afraid of their own shadows to the home of a "heavily armed potential terrorist" is going to end well. Not getting shot by the cops is a female privilege they think applies to men.
As much as the misandry community rags on us, if a man comes to a red-pill space and whines about his interaction with a woman, the first thing we'll get is questions about his role in in, and he'll get advice on what he should do to fix himself. Telling him to "Call somebody to kick in her door and f--- her up" is one thing that never happens.Read More
This popped up in a couple of conservative subs (one of which I moderate).
Basically, a guy plead guilty to statutory rape and was going to prison. The judge agreed to let him get his affairs in order before he started his sentence, at which point he shot his ex-girlfriend and set her on fire along with her house, and threatened a guy with a gun so he could steal his truck. The follow-up story is that he ended up in a high-speed chase and was killed.
So much to unpack here. Obviously the conservatives are upset about the legal aspects of the case, but I think the bigger story is what happened to set the stage for all that mayhem in the first place.
It's a virtual certainty that every one of the people involved was raised by a single mother. Assuming the girl is the daughter of the dead woman, that reinforces the fact that the most dangerous place for a child is in the home of a single mother who brings her boyfriends around, and, of course, "Chicks love bad boys."
One wonders where the girl's father is. It's unlikely that he was an accountant who died in a tragic pencil-sharpening accident: which means that either the dead woman chose to breed with a guy who had no intention of sticking around (based on her attraction to guys capable of statutory rape and murderer, that seems likely), or perhaps he's a BB and she left him for someone more tingle-inducing.
In any case, she's deader than disco now... and so is the dude... and the daughter is screwed up beyond all measure. Maybe she'll end up with her father, but in all likelihood she'll end up living in the same matriarchy that produced her mother.
This was my comment:
So much to unpack here... so much failure by so many people at so many levels... almost certainly intergenerational.
Oh well... when you lie down with dogs you get up with fleas (or you wake up on fire in a burning building). The single most dangerous place for a child to be (other than a uterus), is in the home of a single mother who chases "bad boys" like this guy.
I hope it was worth it.
I can do those things within the comment box, but if there's a way to do it from an article on one screen and a comment on another
Same thing in both places on my phone. Just touch the text you wish to highlight and go from there.
Anyway, I had eye surgery a week ago
Having already read your reply to @goodmansaysfuckyou's post in which he immediately went for the cheap laugh (yeah, I'm envious that the fucker beat me to it!), that's cool as hell, especially the affordability.
@Typo-MAGAshiv It's laughable to refer to loyalty as a common trait among women. The response to this article made by the OP nails what tradcons get wrong. As a practical matter, there isn't much difference between tradcons and far left feminists.
Sure they did... but the thing they said caused worsening vision was having too many birthdays. Silly me... I keep having birthdays, and my vision kept getting worse. I don't really mind having birthdays, though: studies have shown that people who have more of them tend to live longer.
I now have a very high-tech artificial lens in my non-dominant eye, and in less than two weeks I'm scheduled to have one put into my dominant eye. Even better... my health insurance pays for most of it, since technically it's to correct cataracts. Other than the deductible, my only out-of-pocket expense is due to the fact that I'm getting cutting-edge multi-focal lenses rather than the standard mono-focal ones. Better still is the fact that I can transfer the money without it impacting my life: I honestly didn't know how much we had in savings to the nearest $10,000 until I went online to check.Read More
I can do those things within the comment box, but if there's a way to do it from an article on one screen and a comment on another, I haven't figured it out. Anyway, I had eye surgery a week ago: it's a medical miracle that I can read my screen at all.