Sunday, May 22, 2016

"Empowering" is the Word Whores Use to Write Off Their Questionable Behavior

Empowering is a term that, today, is abused as regularly as the battered women who use it. I've been called logical and blunt by some, sexist and misogynistic by others. Bearing that mind, take a ticket, get in line, and feel free to agree (or disagree) with me at your own accord in the comments, because I don't give a fuck. I'm not hating on actual rights issues actual feminists take up (like stopping all the rape going down in European countries, sex slave trade, archaic religious doctrines that treat women as second class citizens, female circumcision) so don't get it twisted. I'm hating on the other feminists, the bandwagon jumpers...the third wave feminists, the ones who use feminist ideology and twist it to engage in whatever immature, selfish behavior they have without any consequences. 
  
I'm talking about your free bleeders, your Tumblr activists, your typical "#ShoutYourStatus because I'm proud to have syphilis" whores who literally use the word "empowered" to excuse their moralless, slutty behavior. Spreading your legs is not empowering, it's spreading your legs. If you were paralyzed and slowly regained the ability to walk again, then yea, spreading your legs would be empowering. Otherwise, there's nothing "empowering" about sex for either gender.
 



(And yes, I most definitely said EITHER GENDER. As in, male or female. I assume people who make up a new word to describe their gender don't fuck. If you're some gender-fluid asshole you'll likely only get to finger fucking before being 'triggered' and feeling the need to pull the respective limbs appendages from their respective holes and orifices so you can jump on the internet and immediately blog about your traumatizing experience.) 
   
Back to the point at hand - the misappropriation of the word empowering. I enjoy sex too, but I don't think I deserve a medal after a drunken 3 and a half hour tumble in the sheets. (A sandwich would be nice, sure. But then, usually I'm the one who cooks after sex because #YesAllBasicCookingSkills. I like cooking for a lady after I use her head to make dents in my wall and she uses my back to dull her fingernails.)

Basically all I'm saying is
, the people who wave a freak flag of promiscuity like it's some sort of accomplishment other than serving selfish desires are delusional.
 
When a woman gets cock, that isn't empowering - it's as easy as snapping her fingers and pulling her panties down. When a man gets pussy, that isn't empowering either - it takes a lot more effort for the man to get laid, sure, but it still isn't empowering. It just shows he has good social skills. (Or a fat wallet. (Or some sort of fame and notoriety.))
   
I'm not shaming the act of sex. I'm shaming the people who act like it's some sort of bold statement against authority, I'm shaming the sisters who think they're making a difference in the world every time they give a new dude off Tinder syphilis, or the Chads, Chets, and Brents who have no hobby outside of crushing pussy. Stop glorifying yourselve as gods and goddesses, stop putting yourselves on unwarranted pedestals. Unless you're intentionally procreating, sex can never be 'empowering,' and the more 'empowering' you think it is, the bigger the chance is you are just a selfish whore or prick that's too slutty to commit to one person.
  
Again, have all the sex you want, I am not gonna judge you as long as you aren't manipulating people or spreading STDs. Unfortunately, a lot of dating these days is just a series of long-cons and manipulative tactics. DENNIS System was far more accurate than we could have ever dreamed, so expecting people not to be manipulative is a stretch for females and males alike. It's rough out there. But don't act like you're some sort of martyr for a cause because you're fulfilling a biological urge. I don't find it 'empowering' when I cook myself a bagel and spread some cream cheese on it. I'm serving the biological urge of eating. But this rant didn't come out of nowhere. I didn't get turned down on a date or something, I read a news article that had me scratching my head. Picture this scenario.
  
A man cheats on his wife with her younger sister. The marriage ends in divorce, and the courts award the husband half of the wife's stuff. She is then required to pay alimony until both of their children graduate high school. She is devastated mentally and financially, but continues working 40+ hour weeks despite her sorrow and takes it on the nose.
Meanwhile, the ex husband decides to throw a "Divorce" party. He gets a cake with a decapitated bride on top of it. His buddies all come over, everyone gets completely smashed and does a bunch of cocaine, Donnie has some qualudes saved from the 70's, and Jim brings over a bunch of escorts to dole out handies and blowjobs to the guys. The ex-husband takes a liking to one of the escorts, so he hires her to stay around for 3 months as his personal sex toy, wearing nothing but a sexy maids outfit and torn lingerie.
  
People would be outraged. He would be publicly mocked for his behavior, even if he tried to keep it a secret. But that was actually a real story, only I reversed the genders.
 
  
Now here's the big difference between men and women. That scenario I described above may very well happen. Usually it'd be a bit less excessive - guy and friends go to strip club, get lap dances, MAYBE cop a handjob or blowie in the VIP lounge. If he has enough cocaine, sure, why not bring a stripper home to fool around with? Maybe she'll even stick around as a fuck bud for a while. But the difference is, the guy won't get a news story calling his actions "empowering." Because they weren't. They were self-serving ways of mourning the end of his marriage.
 
When Nicole Blewett keeps herself a sex butler for 3 months, she gets a story in the Daily Mail. Her friends are probably all like "You go girl!" and "Girl power!" as if she's doing something admirable. In contrast, after the guy shakes off his hangover the next day, he'll go to work and talk shit with his work buddies, but it's self-deprecating. And it's the only validation he'd need - his telling his close friends and work buddies. It's "Heh heh, I'm still fucking that stripper from the party," vs. "I had sex and I deserve a news article!"
 
You're not empowered, you're a slut due to the fact that you let a news publication run that story so you could soak in the adoration and attention of other sluts that lack the self-awareness to realize your TWO CHILDREN probably shouldn't be seeing viral articles about "mommy's 3 month sex butler."

You're only a classless broad when you romanticize the classless acts. If you still feel a bit of guilt after said classless acts, you aren't a slut. Simple enough equation, right?

6 comments:

  1. Nice try, you aren't getting sex from women so you typed this bullshit.

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    1. Actually I am getting sex regularly and she's a classy enough gal to not consider slutting around "empowering."

      There's plenty of frat boi douchebags totally fixated on sex that are just as annoying.

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