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  • 3 years ago

    There is so much freedom in not giving a fuck.

    I like musicals. I watch Gilmore Girls. I listen to Sarah McLachlan and Tori Amos. I've worn pink. I say these things, and hypermasculine assholes will say shit like "what kind of straight man likes those things?" to which my response is "This one. Now fuck off." :)

    • 3 years ago

      Yeah. Those male paraders think that a man shouldn't watch certain things, things that are meant only for females( read chick flicks), but seriously though, why should they care about what someone wants to or does not want to do.

  • 3 years ago

    I've never known known any actual men who cared.

  • 3 years ago

    I guess we could even extend this statement to apply to people living happier lives if stopped caring what others think in general!

    • 3 years ago

      Would the disagreer (yes, I know that's not a real word, I don't care) be willing to explain themself?

      • 3 years ago

        Why complain about a false equivalence) that was actually a joke)(( because it had a point)), than publish one as a thesis?

        • 3 years ago

          @julian_cennamo Not sure if it's because I'm still being affected by my root canal yesterday, but that sentence made no sense to me.

        • 3 years ago

          @arkle let's debate?

        • 3 years ago

          And to reiterate, you're using a logical fallacy to answer a logical fallacy.

        • 3 years ago

          @julian_cennamo What logical fallacy am I using? What the hell are you talking about?

        • 3 years ago

          @arkle I'm talking about the other post where you say something like "attacking an opponent about their wieght isn't an argument". It isn't. But I imagine it was directed at me, for saying that you were more likely to suffer from a heart attack. Which was in context to a comment the antifemenist made when you debated. So it wasn't an "ad hominem", as you alleged, but rather a "fallacy fallacy" you came up with as a defense. I can understand why you were confused now.

        • 3 years ago

          @arkle anyway, we both could both use more experience going head to head, so I hope youre interested in a head to head debate. Just for fun. To continue our conversation.

        • 3 years ago

          @arkle although there is a false cause fallacy in the above statement, because you assume that straight men worry, and that it leads to unhappiness. They could just as easily be worried about something else, and their politically incorrect feelings could be for a many other reasons.