The Good Boy's Guide to Female Supremacy

ravefromthegrave:

xenoid:

senor-bizarro:

waronxmas:

OkCupid male lesbian greatest hits

Just because you whack it to girl-on-girl porn does not make you a lesbian, fellas.

What is their “logic” behind this, I don’t fucking get it

this better not be a growing trend

nnnNNNNOOOOOOO i thought this shit died out in early 2000

you are MALE a lesbian is a WOMAN okay shut it jfc

Is this something I really shouldn’t do?

It’s not about lesbian porn for me, and I’d be hurt if somebody assumed that.

While I’m male, I’m very feminine. I often identify as genderqueer

I have relationships with women in conflict with patriarchy’s demands.

I don’t think I’d use the term “male lesbian” myself, but would be pleased to hear it applied to me.

(via gynocraticgrrl)

The lack of good, serious (non comedy) songs about the kind of love I share with Mistress is tragic.

This song is beautiful, marvelous.

Mistress took me to a much!

Mistress took me out for our first BDSM community event together, a local munch in the Pittsburgh area hosted by a group called Pittsburgh Bridge.  It was a wonderful, but interestingly complex, experience.

It was really nice to be in an environment where people recognized my collar, and my station.

It was very interesting because, while I am submissive to her, we are not a usual part of the BDSM community.  I’m not much of a massochist, and we don’t play scenes.  Our relationship can be described as gender-inverse 1950s household, heavy on domestic servitude, and I’m not a brat, I don’t seek punishment.

I try to be obedient, to do all my chores, to have dinner on the table when she gets home, as cooked-from-scratch as possible.  The kink community generally prefers an edgier, more playful, encounter.

It was still nice to be with people who generally understood, and I’m always elated when I receive a compliment on my collar. 

Poly couples like to talk about what it’s like that I’m a cuckold, but those who are poly don’t understand the jealousy I feel when my fiancee/Mistress is with another man, especially when she brags about it to/in-front-of me. 

Our experiences are very different.

I’m intrigued

navidsonisforgetting:

I’m intrigued by how objectifying/dehumanizing/unpleasant the fetishizing of gay men by women is, and the perspective it gives me on male fetishizing of lesbians.

Looking for penpals

I’ve finally bought some nice pens and am taking pleasure in writing again.  I’d love to find a pen-pal to exchange letters with, pertinent to my blog topic, and not. Letters incoming can be either hand- or type-written, but should be sent by snail-mail.  I wouldn’t mind including your stamps in my outgoing missives if you wish, I’ve more stamps than I know what to do with.

My dispatches would include normal letters, post-cards, some on the back of Polaroids I’ve taken, and maybe even small packages.  If you’d like to get more in the mail than bills from a man like me, please, send me a message.

femalestruggle:

kegginmeghan:

femalestruggle:

killyourenemies:

Women are not “sluts”. Calling women “sluts” is NEVER feminist.

We don’t have the social power to “reclaim” shit, also wtf does a few white women in bras and panties have to do with woman-hating slurs? How does this speak to the liberation of all women?

^ Seriously. I agree with the Slut Walks but that name really needs to change. I understand what they’re trying to say but it’s just telling people it’s okay to still use that word and classify women as sluts, whores, ect. 

I wish it was “Stop Victim Blaming” or something empowering that is actually relevant to the original intent of the marches and doesn’t kowtow to patriarchy, the male gaze and the dominant media. 

I doubt the validity of the notion of “reclaiming” an epithet.  Mostly the movements behind these ideas are asserting the thing the epithet describes either isn’t bad, or it isn’t any business of the person using it. 
If somebody wants to do the things that result in being called a slut, for example, It’s none of my damn business.  It’s not my body.  Forcing men to see that, and that they can’t use that word to pound women back into patriarchal form does impact our perspective.
I wonder, though, if there’s a problem in the difference between how many men use the word and how many women interpret it.  The men I know who use the word don’t use it to mean a sexually active woman, but rather a woman who uses sex to appease men empowered by patriarchy. I feel like this movement is a response to feeling that “slut” means any sexually active woman.  
I wonder if this disconnect will lead to a similar barrier to argument that is experienced by those arguing about abortion as an important choice to be made between a woman and her doctor and those who really do (however common or rare they are) believe that abortion is murder. Having two entirely different arguments without the same social phenomenon stalls progress and simply leads to anger.
It seems, from my limited white cissexual female supremacist male perspective, that it’s an attempt to reclaim bodily agency and assert the right to sexuality free from men’s judgement.  It’s nothing to do with the word slut, other than its symbolic value as a shocking epithet.  A way of gaining the attention of people who use and are no-longer welcome to use it.
Attempts to use words until they no longer have the power of hate never accomplish this.  It is in fact LESS acceptable for me to use words like “nigger,” “faggot,” or “slut” than ever before.  These words aren’t being reclaimed, and they are getting stronger, but the forces behind them are increasingly unacceptable as progress is made.

femalestruggle:

kegginmeghan:

femalestruggle:

killyourenemies:

Women are not “sluts”. Calling women “sluts” is NEVER feminist.

We don’t have the social power to “reclaim” shit, also wtf does a few white women in bras and panties have to do with woman-hating slurs? How does this speak to the liberation of all women?

^ Seriously. I agree with the Slut Walks but that name really needs to change. I understand what they’re trying to say but it’s just telling people it’s okay to still use that word and classify women as sluts, whores, ect. 

I wish it was “Stop Victim Blaming” or something empowering that is actually relevant to the original intent of the marches and doesn’t kowtow to patriarchy, the male gaze and the dominant media. 

I doubt the validity of the notion of “reclaiming” an epithet.  Mostly the movements behind these ideas are asserting the thing the epithet describes either isn’t bad, or it isn’t any business of the person using it. 

If somebody wants to do the things that result in being called a slut, for example, It’s none of my damn business.  It’s not my body.  Forcing men to see that, and that they can’t use that word to pound women back into patriarchal form does impact our perspective.

I wonder, though, if there’s a problem in the difference between how many men use the word and how many women interpret it.  The men I know who use the word don’t use it to mean a sexually active woman, but rather a woman who uses sex to appease men empowered by patriarchy. I feel like this movement is a response to feeling that “slut” means any sexually active woman.  

I wonder if this disconnect will lead to a similar barrier to argument that is experienced by those arguing about abortion as an important choice to be made between a woman and her doctor and those who really do (however common or rare they are) believe that abortion is murder. Having two entirely different arguments without the same social phenomenon stalls progress and simply leads to anger.

It seems, from my limited white cissexual female supremacist male perspective, that it’s an attempt to reclaim bodily agency and assert the right to sexuality free from men’s judgement.  It’s nothing to do with the word slut, other than its symbolic value as a shocking epithet.  A way of gaining the attention of people who use and are no-longer welcome to use it.

Attempts to use words until they no longer have the power of hate never accomplish this.  It is in fact LESS acceptable for me to use words like “nigger,” “faggot,” or “slut” than ever before.  These words aren’t being reclaimed, and they are getting stronger, but the forces behind them are increasingly unacceptable as progress is made.

(Source: airpunk, via gynocraticgrrl)

The burden of menstruation

Women bear the burden of menstruation, to allow perpetuation of the species, because men are not strong enough.