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Imagine if all guys' wealth and charisma peaked at 22, declining until bankruptcy at 40, but we expected women to marry us at 35.
Here's an obvious way in which diversity is not a strength: everyone is constantly preoccupied with and accusing others of racism.
If you're a woman who claims men are intimidated by you, it's actually that you're just a cunt #heretohelp
When my hairdresser is washing my hair I don't know if it's creepier if I close my eyes or keep them open.
The primary means of soft control through history is inducing neurosis. Today this is seen in people calling everything racist and sexist.
100% of women who ironically say "dudebro" have been single for 18 months or longer
"Here is my Amazon wishlist." That's nice. That's nice that you wish for those things.
So dumb when girls share tales of bad sex with the intention of making the guy sound like an idiot. You just sound like a slut and a bitch.
It's funny how people still think their liberal beliefs are subversive.
Mike Tyson cursing out @nathandowner1 was hilarious and fully deserved ( http://www.foxsports.com/buzzer/story/mike-tyson-curses-out-reporter-on-live-tv-091014 …)
If a white person genuinely has close black friends, I think that actually does count for being less racist.
Controversy isn't challenging the government or the beliefs of your parents. Controversy is challenging your friends' beliefs.
Wow, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy emailed contributors to avoid citing white males where possible: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/08/03/arts/colin-mcginn-philosopher-to-leave-his-post.html …
Pets are how modern selfish white people get the companionship they crave without having to make interpersonal compromises like an adult.
The equivalent of the Slut March would be a Nice Guy March.
The reality is, Obama could say outright, "we are spying on all of you, at all times," and most people wouldn't have a strong reaction.
Most instances of what are called "logical fallacies" are only a person's inability to articulate deeper, unknown, or forgotten rationales.
In a debate there's usually one person who can summarize the other's views, and one who can't. The one who can is correct.