i need ferguson to go down in history books. i need school children in the year 2074 to learn about michael brown being shot on august 9th, 2014 by officer darren wilson. i need this to spark a movement. this can not lose the focus of society a mere month after it happened.
This is gonna sound so stupid but what is a fuckboy? lol
- timothy over here askin’ for nudes when all u did was say hello
- connor who won’t calm down with his axe spray tryna infect ya lungs
- colin adding #420 to his bio when he smoked weed one time
- gregory mad cause u didn’t blow him after the first date
how to spot a fuckboy:
- white nike tube socks with his adidas sandals
- he wants to play 20 questions (!!!!!!!!! do not play !!!!!!!!!!! especially if there’s a “;)” involved)
- relies on his mom but doesn’t respect women
- looks like he just read one of jaden smith’s tweets in all of his selfies
- can’t find the clitoris
fuckboys come in all shapes and sizes and results may vary but when he a fuckboy…he a fuckboy…and u will know
The faster a guy says something inappropriately sexual to you, the more insecure he’ll turn out to be in bed.
Ooh. Never thought about this before.
Is it at all possible that this may have something to do with the age and/or maturity level of the guy in question? It’s quite logical when you think about it: a guy who’s sexually inexperienced/insecure due to immaturity is also likely to be more socially inexperienced due to immaturity, and therefore likely to say something more inappropriate in social settings, sexual or otherwise.
Also, just out of curiosity, how many guys do you have to sleep with in the first place to come up with this sort of generalization?
Also, what is the definition of “Inappropriately sexual” in this context?
The thing is, I don’t even need to define “inappropriately sexual” for the majority of women because, whether they’re 16 or 66, they can almost certainly cite examples of it within their own experience or the experiences of other women they know. I literally don’t know a single woman who hasn’t been made to feel uncomfortable or unsafe by some dude aggressively trying to turn a conversation or situation sexual while ignoring every single signal (no matter how forthright) that she isn’t into it. So, while it’s entirely possible that maturity and experience levels do factor into it for some of the men who engage in that sort of behavior, it’s just too common and too frequent to not stem from some degree of social conditioning. I think, more than anything, it boils down to these specific men having some feeling of entitlement to women’s sexuality or attention mixed with low self-esteem (and often even a pinch of resentment toward women, given how often these experiences turn hostile for women who don’t express interest, especially those who outright reject the situation or person). And, jsyk, asking a stranger how many people she’s slept with, in any context, is actually a great example of something squarely in the inappropriate column. It’s just none of your business.
But, since you’re curious, I’ve slept with 103 guys just this week. It was all purely academic, though. I’m writing a book titled “The Boy Who Cock-Blocked His Own Shot: Aggressive Masculinity in the Tinder Era”, and I just want to make sure my subject pool is large enough to hold up to the scrutiny of every sad clown who’ll think his penis qualifies him to gaslight my experiences with self-serving, baseless assumptions.
if youre in a position where you can harm people and talk over them then how is doing that satirically different than doing it sincerely
I’ve said it once and I’ll say it a million more times, when someone talks about privilege/oppression and you, as a privileged person, feel the need to say, “We’re not all like that!!1!”
It (1) adds nothing to the conversation and is a derail, (2) is an obvious, unnecessary statement and (3) actually ends up implicating you, which is the opposite of what you want. If it’s not about you, GREAT, don’t make it about you.