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collint0101 said:
People need to stop giving stuff like this attention. If you are legitimately offended by their claims or think they're being absurd or outlandish the best possible thing you can do is ignore it and prevent it from gaining traction by not spreading it. There are right wing nutcases everywhere on the internet but when I see stuff like that I don't give them my click and I sure as shit don't encourage other people to watch or read their content even for the sake of pointing and laughing

The thing is that for years a lot of people i know and myself have ignored this kind of things but now they are everywhere, i don't have problem with the preferences of people. In college i had friends that were openly "gay" or "homosexual", and some other that would clearly would be labelled as "effeminate" and girls that would be called "machorras" referring to them being "not feminine" enough, but mostly no one had a problem.  

But now my "country in development" formerly referred as "third world country"  is beginning to eat this bullshit from outside and begin to feed it from the inside. As some "intellectuals" from different fields have discussed, these groups are setting dangerous precedents by promoting laws and to make a lot of things subject to judicial processes. I'm not denying that women have to face a lot of problems, even today to reach equality, but when those "pseudo-feminist" groups come and tell that every men is a potential criminal, rapist etc. and so strangers should be forbidden to talk or look at women in the street because everything now is labelled as violence you know that things are being blow out of proportion.

For example a host from a public TV channel that mostly has educational content, had a Taxi driver put 48 hours in jail because he saw her and said to her "hola guapa", that is something like "hello pretty girl" or "hello beautiful", he didn't even use slang or insulting language or say anything else, the driver didn't do it on the move or ran away because he was stationed there, he was just greeting her, then she went to a nearby cop and have him arrested, all because according to the new wave of "feminists" everything is harassment. The idiots in the government want to be compliant to the demands from those groups to not pass as oppressive, even if that means fucking up social interaction and impose their opinions on everyone.



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LurkerJ said:

The reach... this channel is just...

Another gem:


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If Riley actually believed that, she would take a trip like those bicyclists.



I like to eat my French fries dipped in mayo. Am I being ketchup-phobic? Maybe. Nobodys business what I like as long as my preference doesn't harm another person or the community. But since the discussion concerns penis' or lack of a penis, people feel unrationally nervous about their inner thoughts about what they prefer. But it is also nobody's business really. Sexuality makes for strange reactions from regular folks...



The fact that people are asking this as a serious question is an indication that society has failed.



The like/dislike ratio and comments on her videos restored my faith in humanity a little bit, it's so good to see that most people don't agree with her bullshit. Riley Dennis is a joke and from what I've seen in the comments, not even the LGBT community want to be associated with her.



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OP, did you ever stop and think that maybe you haven't met the right penis? 

Anyway, you just need to listen to a tranny with some sense.  Like Blair White.  She's prettier, too.



foxmccloud64 said:
collint0101 said:
People need to stop giving stuff like this attention. If you are legitimately offended by their claims or think they're being absurd or outlandish the best possible thing you can do is ignore it and prevent it from gaining traction by not spreading it. There are right wing nutcases everywhere on the internet but when I see stuff like that I don't give them my click and I sure as shit don't encourage other people to watch or read their content even for the sake of pointing and laughing

The thing is that for years a lot of people i know and myself have ignored this kind of things but now they are everywhere, i don't have problem with the preferences of people. In college i had friends that were openly "gay" or "homosexual", and some other that would clearly would be labelled as "effeminate" and girls that would be called "machorras" referring to them being "not feminine" enough, but mostly no one had a problem.  

But now my "country in development" formerly referred as "third world country"  is beginning to eat this bullshit from outside and begin to feed it from the inside. As some "intellectuals" from different fields have discussed, these groups are setting dangerous precedents by promoting laws and to make a lot of things subject to judicial processes. I'm not denying that women have to face a lot of problems, even today to reach equality, but when those "pseudo-feminist" groups come and tell that every men is a potential criminal, rapist etc. and so strangers should be forbidden to talk or look at women in the street because everything now is labelled as violence you know that things are being blow out of proportion.

For example a host from a public TV channel that mostly has educational content, had a Taxi driver put 48 hours in jail because he saw her and said to her "hola guapa", that is something like "hello pretty girl" or "hello beautiful", he didn't even use slang or insulting language or say anything else, the driver didn't do it on the move or ran away because he was stationed there, he was just greeting her, then she went to a nearby cop and have him arrested, all because according to the new wave of "feminists" everything is harassment. The idiots in the government want to be compliant to the demands from those groups to not pass as oppressive, even if that means fucking up social interaction and impose their opinions on everyone.

Gotta be honest, if I was walking down the street and a random dude was all like "hey beautiful" I would definitely feel harassed.  



WolfpackN64 said:
vivster said:

Once humans start categorizing things, subcategories are inevitable. So the issue starts with having a categorization at all. Having 2 or 2000 doesn't make a difference since they're all useless and destructive.

Not necessarily. It's not because something is a cultural construct that it is bad. Any gender theory that takes note of the fact that we have only two sexes is probably closer to how we as humans operate naturally that one that divorces the concepts of sex and gender. That's why I'm an advocate of two fluid gender categories based on sex instead of two thousand ridgid gender identities with very little sociological foundation.

Well, let's see.

Genders got us inequality, bullying, suicide, wars, crazy trans people and now this. Nope, seems very much destructive. You know how much money, space and work we'd save if it wasn't for gender separation? It's not destructive because it's cultural, it is because it's stupid. The term "woman" as a gender as just as little bearing as "non-binary".

Look at our society right now. We're inventing categories, then separate ourselves and then demand inclusion. The fuck is that.



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haxxiy said:
vivster said:
I wanted to make a thread about this for a long time. My current hypothesis is that transgender has absolutely nothing to do with genetics or psychology and is rather a very much social phenomenon. The concept of gender is extremely artificial and it's created by society. Treating genders differently might help lower species to survive but it's irrelevant for humans.

Cheap anthropocentrism!

We share this planet with countless species, some of which have larger brains, some run faster or are much stronger, or even able to fly on their own. Some, like ants, have been around some 500 times longer than us and make for a larger biomass, even with all our overpopulation issues.

Humans, on the other hand, are more damaging to the planet than cosmic catastrophes such as meteors kilometers wide or possible gamma ray bursts. We have scientists who woke up one day and thought "what a beautiful day to create nuclear devices who can kill thousands at once" and online forums where nerds discuss whether a man with a penis could be perhaps called a woman.

Perhaps too much logic and intelligence is actually a damaging and pathetic thing, and the concept of "higher species", or at least its cultural constructs, have indeed failed.

/rant

Oh, and OT - it's common for the human to experience with artificialities before settling back for the natural. We see it on the most varied areas of society (the concepts of personal grooming, a healthy diet, what makes for a nice city space). As such I'm not concerned about the follies of those who want to claim certaing things are "social progress" when they are not. Progress itself, by the way, is an artificial concept created by Christian thinkers (the notion of consummation of history instead of cyclic time) long before it was mistakenly co-opted by economics and social politics.

Wow. Of course everything is different if you only look at the worst things of one society and only the good things of the other. Pick up a math book and learn how to calculate an average. Incidentally also something that no species besides us is able to do. But of course, the worst people of our species also can't do it.



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Ka-pi96 said:
no, of course not.

Oh, and male penises absolutely are disgusting!

Is it only me who finds it strange that you referred to penises as "male" penises. Are there other kinds of penises? If so, are those less disgusting than the male ones? :D