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I AM ON A MISSION. I AM GOING TO FOLLOW EVERY BLOG ON THIS SITE. ALL OF THEM. HELP ME ACHIEVE THIS GOAL, INTERNET STRANGERS, BY REBLOGGING THIS POST AND I WILL FOLLOW ALL WHO REBLOG IT. E V E R Y O N E.

I want to call bullshit but I can’t take that chance 

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Why wouldn’t I help someone accomplish a crazy completionist goal?

What is problematic with feminist discourse about male rape is not that they don’t discuss it at all – clearly they do – or that they don’t discuss it enough. The problem is that they anomalise it, that is to say, they treat it as some kind of anomalous variant of rape which, according to them, is something which normally happens to women. The latter is simply “rape”. Rape that happens to men in prison is “prison rape”. Rape that happens to men outside of prison is “male rape”. The word “female” is sometimes used as an adjective with “rape” to contrast it with male rape, but “female rape” is not used by feminists as a category designation in and of itself. It’s just “rape”. “Male rape” and “prison rape” sometimes get their own threads, effectively discoursive ghettos. But they are often excluded from threads about “rape”.

If rape that happens to women is “rape”, it follow that “rape” is something which happens to women. This equivalence is reinforced by the interchangeability in feminist (and, due to its influence, in mainstream) discourse between the ostensibly gender-neutral (but implicitly gendered) functional category “rape” and the explicit gender category “violence against women”. The overall effect is to render male rape invisible outside of the ghetto.

What the ghetto threads do is give the appearance of addressing these issues positively, while ensuring that male sexual victimisation remains a marginalised topic. Since male victims are already marginalised to the point of invisibility within mainstream society, the effect is to preserve and extend gender inequality contrary to feminism’s stated aim.

The same analysis applies to domestic violence.

The Anomalisation of Male Rape - FeministCritics. (via harmozel)

(Source: siryouarebeingmocked)

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San Francisco’s new service ManServants provides ladies with a gentleman who treats them like a queen, acting as a personal assistant, bodyguard, butler, bartender, photographer, cabana boy, and more.

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Just think, if regular men treated women the way they deserve instead of how they usually do, these folks would be out of business since nobody would need to hire their men just to get treated decently and respectably.

"ugh I was born in 1982 but men are such assholes not being my unpaid manservants!  Women don’t owe you shit but women should be treated like queens for simply existing and should be their free cabana boys, butlers, chefs, photographers and cater to her every whim!"

Sorry sweetie, but you think you’re something special simply because you have a vagina and I owe you everything because you have one?  Half the species has a vagina.

Also you wanna be treated like a lady? Try acting like one.  And guess what?  Even actual ladies have to pay their servants.

Get over yourself you entitled princess.  You are not owed anything by anyone.   Now put your toys back in the pram and wheel your spoiled ass away: no one is put on the planet for your amusement and pleasure. 

I’d also like to point out the double standard here: were anyone to open a “Femservants” business that did the exact same thing but had women you could hire, the feminists would lose their collective shit, i.e. “this is indentured servitude”, “one more example of the patriarchy” and those are the tame examples of what would be said.
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