Of course it's sexual assault, he is definitely using his patriarchal privilege to force that poor woman to involuntarily touch his ass, what a disgusting pig.
No, because it's a woman, it's fine, nothing to see here.
Only if the guy feels assaulted. If he does and there is proof that that happened then it's assault.
And it's a famous woman to boot.
Seems like women will be the ones to rein in feminism, since people seem to have a better bullshit filter for their own gender.
Without reducing things so far that they become trite and fatuous there is a point here that bears repeating: to the extent that us blokes have some work to do cleaning up our act (and we do), women need to clean up their side of the fence too.
Without giving men a free pass, the more women get off their complacent, apathetic arses and start making noise about how modern Feminism doesn't represent most (or any) of their lives or what they stand for, the quicker the mess we're in will get cleaned up. Once the debris is cleared up, perhaps everyone will be able to see what needs to be done.
None of you is intelligent, and none of you deserves to be heard.
Adults having sex with children is the definition of pedophilia.
Honestly I agree. The world today brigades first, asks questions later.
Let's do this with all crimes. Radical idea, right? Almost constitutional.
It's crazy that this isn't already a thing, but in Canada, they're even taking away a man's legal ability to prove his innocence.
That will spice up the news in the evening /s
I can see it
"Suspect A assaults Victim 1 tonight at 8. "
Honestly with 24 hour news cycle, social media and heavy political influence. How is there any way you can have a true jury.
LOL! Girls are held accountable! That's why Amy Schumer's career was destroyed after she admitted to sexually assaulting that guy! Oh, wait...
Or why Lena Dunham's career was ruined after she admitted diddling her own little sister. Oh, wait...
Or why Jenny McCarthy was blacklisted for strangling and sexually assaulting Justin Bieber on national television. Oh, wait..
A lot of feminist complaints are projections.
chris rock said it best in a stand up special ... he say men lie more, women lie worse. (not verbatim) ... examples were men will say they were at their buddys house instead of the club ... women will say "it's your baby" when it isn't ...
See. Everyone's doing it and every man is a target now.
I’ll just leave this here:
Yes. But I think the joke (and point) is that women have a lot of power in their lies to fuck over others (especially men) on a personal level. A lot of the "biggest" lies a man can tell are self-preservation (in a relationship) ex. lying about cheating. Where as women can lie about the kids being someone elses, false rape allegations, stuff like that. That's not to say men can't make false claims too, but it would most likely be in the office setting like taking credit for someone's work.
Come on man, you know if a woman talks like this it's just a bit of fun. If a man was doing it to a woman it's gross, dirty and wrong because men are perverts for finding women attractive. /s
Cant tell if its satire or not....
Camille Paglia Says that Women’s and Gender Studies Departments Should be Defunded
Having a women's studies department without an equally strident department of men's studies is against the spirit of Title IX. Either abolish the departments, or fund equally a department of men's studies and staff it with people who are equally strident in advocating for men.
"Women's studies" was founded by a woman named Sailly Miller Gearhart who literally advocated genocide against men and boys. She coined the phrase "the future is female!" and thought that males should be reduced to ten percent of the population. As crazy as that sounds, it's true.
Male tax payers fund a gargantuan, multi-billion dollar anti-male complex run by feminists who hate men and boys. Again, it sounds too bizarre and deranged to be true, but this is literally the society we're living in.
In spite of calling herself a feminist, Camille Paglia expresses many common sense truths. However, she speaks like a machine gun, so you have to listen carefully for the nuggets of wisdom expressed in her often animated barrage of speech and gestures.
Hasn't Camille said that she calls herself a feminist solely to piss off other feminists?
That would be just lovely and not a Pandora's box at all.
Why shouldn't government tell colleges what courses the government will fund?
If colleges think it's so important, they can find the funding for it themselves.
We should not be paying for underwater basketweaving classes.
I don’t think making it an us vs them mentality is the best idea, we can support men and checking prostates without screaming “look at us not them”
The poster will be charged with hate speech shortly.
Agree, but when everything turns pink in October and sucks up all the funding dollars it kind of does become us vs them. Far more research money is collected and spent on breast research, meanwhile men's lives don't matter as much.
Please support Mark's crowdfunder if you can so he can finally get justice: https://gogetfunding.com/innocence/
”ME TOO”. Has anyone else seen this passed around Facebook? It excludes men as victims of harrasment and focuses solely on female victims.
If all the women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted wrote "Me too" as a status, we might give people a sense of the magnitude of the problem. Copy and paste to share."
I am a bit Disturbed that this is being passed off as a woman issue.
A male friend of mine posted it and was told he's "not funny or original". He was molested at age 6 for over a year...
Those people are part of the reason why it’s such a problem
And if I make a comment or post about this on Facebook, I'll be called sexist, unsympathetic, and an asshole. As if the world needs to add more fuel to this fire in favor of women. Fuck me, right?
How about if everyone who HASN'T sexually assaulted or harassed someone posts "Not me"?
My feminists, SJW whack-job cousin posted it. I was tempted to reply with "Me too. By your brother. I was 8."