Quote (Thor123422 @ Oct 22 2019 12:51pm)
Theres degrees of badness though.
Roy Moore trying to pick up teenagers is way worse than Gunn making tweets a decade ago that he apologized for is worse than a relationship with no negative accusations from any party. If the staffers come out and say they were not comfortable and forced into it that would explode it into a national story, but for now its pretty low on the "metoo" scale of naughty.
some proponents of #metoo said that ANY power dynamic subverts consent.
of course that was when it was applied to men (by "feminists" of course) that would never dare apply the same standard to women.
i support this type of story blowing up as big as it can just as counter evidence against such dullards.
and as i said above, obviously there are degrees of badness, and degrees of proof. Moore is just a pertinent example. there have been many senators/congressmen as goom said that have been pushed from office over just sleeping with staffers, devoid of threesomes or nude pic leaks.
of course now the #metoo idiots will call her nude pics empowering, talk about how she's subverting expectations in a predominately male role, and how her threesomes show sexual forwardness that we as men can't criticize otherwise we're trying to peg her into a traditional woman's role in society.
#metoo was never about equality, it was a dangerous trip into the mind of a woman. the mind of a female is generally full of contradictions and too emotionally based rather than logically based. all you need to do to prove that is walk around town with a hobo and Ryan Reynolds. have the hobo tell the woman "nice tits", then when she scoffs ask if its ever ok for a man to say that to a woman he's never even met. wait for the "no of course not", then have Ryan say it. watch them blush and ask for a selfie. #metoo is based on the lie that there is a way women want to be treated, when in reality there's a group of men they want them to treat them differently than all other men. this list grows and shrinks in real time and there's no way to know if you're on it unless you ask, at which time you're taken off it for asking.
EDIT: on an entirely unrelated note i was today days old when i found out the term "lynching" doesn't exclusively refer to hanging. but that it does exclusively refer to killings by a mob. i thought it was the opposite, where lynching meant hanging, but was used especially when done by a mob. This post was edited by thesnipa on Oct 22 2019 12:10pm