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To Reply or Not Reply

That is the question, folks!  If Hamlet was dating in the 21st century, he’d probably be pondering just that.  Today’s topic comes from a discussion I had with friends about not getting replies to messages on the dating apps, and the frustration that ensued.


Personally, it doesn’t really bother me if I don’t get a reply to a message.  If they’re not interested, they’re not interested.  They don’t owe me anything.  It bothered me at first, but after all these years (years?!?!  Ugh!) I’m pretty used to it.  For the most part, I don’t reply either.  I mean, some messages don’t even warrant a reply.  For example:

These guys can’t even put any effort into their messages.  One of them isn’t even a question or an opening remark, simply a statement: sexy.  Is this guy even interested in starting a conversation or going on a date or is he just telling me something?  I’m sorry, but I can’t be bothered with messages like this.  Besides, these messages make me think that they have not even read my profile, they just looked at my pictures.  And that’s just not enough for me.

Then sometimes the messages are just stupid or makes the guy sound like an idiot.  I know that’s a snap judgement, but again, I just don’t feel like putting in the time and effort to try to see if there is more to these guys:

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There’s also the messages that are obviously pick up lines and they are just waiting for you to reply to drop it on you.  NO THANK YOU.


I know this guy just wants me to message back with “what hurt?” and he’ll reply with something super cheesy like “when I fell for you”.  Ugh. Up your game, dude.

Sometimes I think that I should just message people back right away with a “not interested” because some people just can’t take the hint.  They will just keep messaging you over and over again, usually with the same stuff until you finally break down and message them just to shut them the fuck up.


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I’ve talked about this before: how the anonymity of the internet makes people think they can just say whatever they want, no matter how rude or inappropriate.  Maybe had I replied to this guy with a “not interested” it wouldn’t have escalated to this:


That definitely escalated quickly!  Was he expecting me to reply with “Thank you!!!  I was just waiting for you to say something about my breasts before replying!”  This is the internet for you! I’m pretty sure this guy doesn’t go around meeting new people in public going “Hi, how are you?  You have amazing breasts!”.  Or maybe he does.  I don’t know this guy.  But if he does do that in person, I hope women have punched him in the ball sack for it.

This next guy’s approach could be interpreted in two ways.  Let’s see what he wrote.


First thought, he’s a male with a fragile ego who can’t take rejection from a woman as having anything to do with him or his approach.  So he has to blame it on something else.  “This chick didn’t reply to me, she must not date black guys.”  That way he doesn’t have to look at himself too closely, like “maybe I should have messaged her with something about her profile or written more than just a good morning.”  Nope. It’s so much easier to put the blame on someone else.  My second thought is that he said that to get a response out of me by hoping that I would reply to prove him wrong.  Like I’m so scared that a stranger on the internet might think I’m racist, that I have to message him back to clarify it.  Well I know that I’m not racist, I don’t have to try to prove to a stranger that I’m not interested in that I’m not.  No matter why this guy messaged me that, I’m not replying.

Now sometimes when I’m feeling particularly snarky, I will reply to guys who have repeatedly messaged me:


But obviously this usually dissolves into immature insults.  So maybe I should stick to my “no reply” rule… ūü§£


Prince Not-So-Charming

Taking the advice of friends, I decided to jump back into the dating apps after my latest dating disappointment.¬† If I found one “good guy” whom I connected with on a dating app, it stands to reason that there are others out there, right?¬† If there is, it’s going to take a lot of sorting through a lot of crap to find him.¬† Let’s get started, shall we?

Now, if you ever find yourself feeling too good about yourself, might I suggest putting a profile on a dating app?¬† Endlessly swiping right and getting little to no matches does wonderful things for your ego.¬† I mean, if you’re not drop dead gorgeous that is.¬† I’m sure those ladies do a lot less swiping and get a lot more matches.¬† Or actually, they probably aren’t on the apps to begin with, right?¬† Well, us lesser mortals get to go online to find that none of the attractive people have matched with us.¬† Yay.¬† Good times.¬† Or, if your ego is still a little too prominent, there’s always the unsolicited insults and “constructive criticism” of open messaging apps like OkCupid and POF:


Thanks for the compliment! But also, go fuck yourself.¬† And then there’s nothing quite logging in to find a message like this waiting for you:


Although I’m a little disappointed by how short this message was compared to some of the other insults I’ve gotten in the past.¬† But hey, at least they are showing me their true colors.¬† Because you can’t really judge a person by their profile description.¬† For example, that lovely message from above came from this guy:

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Did you catch that?  Let me point out the most pertinent info:

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That’s right, folks!¬† The asshole that sent me the “moron” message is a kind, friendly, nice all around guy.¬† He also happens to be a gentle, compassionate person who enjoys the simple things life has to offer with no head games.¬† Obviously.¬† Also to show how serious he is about this whole dating thing, his profile includes just this one awesome picture:


AND we’re a 74% match?!?!?¬† Winner, winner, chicken dinner!¬† Let’s do this!!!!¬† Although, thinking about it, I would much rather have a guy message me two words, followed by two question marks, and then get angry at me and name calling when I don’t respond:

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I’m rude and disrespectful?¬† I gave your message the same amount of time and consideration you gave when you messaged me TWO WHOLE WORDS that didn’t even have a context.¬† Do I really need to go over the whole “I don’t owe you anything” speech again?¬† (In case you missed it, please go to the post titled “Let’s Get Serious).

So yes, getting dumped was not fun.¬† I was and still am, hurt.¬† And also yes, I have a whole blog dedicated to the hellishness that is online dating.¬† I do, however, try to be a little more positive about it on my profiles.¬† I don’t want to seem as if I’ve lost all hope of ever finding a partner, soul mate, roommate, bill sharer, heavy lifter, missing member of my family’s band.¬† Who gets turned on by negative Nancies anyway?¬† Obviously the following gentlemen did not get the memo:

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Ok, I like that you used a simile here.¬† That’s nice.¬† At least he didn’t specifically come out and insult all women, like the following gentlemen.¬† Maybe they are just going with some reverse psychology.¬† Instead of saying nice things, they say super rude things! That’ll make those replies flood in!


I did not know that Trump was on a dating site!¬† That’s exciting!


Those are my only two options???¬† I’m pretty sure there’s a third status that you neglected to list…

‚ÄĘ hoe

‚ÄĘ wife

‚ąö not dating you

Guess I’m off the fence now, buddy.¬† Also, it’s “your”, “you”, and “there”.¬† If you’re going to be insulting, you might as well be grammatically accurate.


There’s just something about a guy calling a woman a cunt… I really just want to date this bitter, bitter man.¬† I’m sure he’s very respectful and loving.¬† P.S. anybody else find it a little ironic that this guy Stands with Planned Parenthood?¬† Maybe he thought the PP stood for Pretty Pussies.¬† Or Perky Pussies.¬† He definitely thought one of those Ps stood for pussy.

For the equal opportunity haters, we’ve got the men who hate the opposite sex AND their own sex:


I… just… there are no words.¬† Let’s move on to the next dating strategy.¬† The “prove me wrong” type.¬† I’m not going to lie.¬† I’ve absolutely thought similar things about guys.¬† I might have even tweeted similar things.¬† But a dating profile is not where you should be putting these thoughts.¬† It does not get you dates.

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Although, he does have a point about the entrepreneur thing.¬† Up until they changed their settings so you could write in your own profession, 90% of profiles I saw had that listed as their occupation.¬† It made me think of Shark Tank every time.¬† And then I’d try to decide what particular thing that individual would be pitching to the sharks.¬† It didn’t help with my dating, but it sure made it a little more interesting to look through these profiles.


You get the picture.¬† And I get how exhausting the whole dating profile is.¬† I’ve changed mine a million times.¬† How do you accurately describe yourself?¬† How do you accurately describe the person you’re looking for?¬† Nobody likes filling out those things.¬† But for fuck’s sakes, put in a little effort.

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Yeah, I get it.¬† Do something constructive with your hate though, dude.¬† Like write a blog or something. ūüėȬ† Now this next guy gives a whole new meaning to having a blah profile.


Now this next guy put some effort into his profile.¬† He’s even got multiple pictures, and a profile title and…‚Ķ


Excuse me while I go vomit….

What Makes A Woman Beautiful?

I’m going to pick on a friend right now (sorry if you’re reading this, dude). Said friend went to Europe and this is what he posted when he got back:

And that kinda pissed me off, reading this while wearing no makeup except for whatever mascara had managed to last my 13+ hour day, in my dirty scrubs, and in my sneakers that still had some blood on them from earlier that day that I couldn’t clean off.  Yes, I understand that this is work attire and not what he was referring to. But you know what? After 12 years of wearing scrubs, sneakers, and barely any make up, I feel bad for the women who have to get dressed up for work. Dressy clothes can be so uncomfortable. Thankfully, my clients really don’t care if I’m wearing make up and have my hair done when I’m performing CPR on their pet. Also, I’ve gotten to the point that the last thing I want to do when I’m not at work is to wear anything constricting. My body is just not used to it anymore! Let’s break this down:

1.) Heels. Quoting one of my favorite movies “She’s the Man”:

Well? Have you tried running in heels, guys? Just walking and standing in them can be problematic. Twice a year I attend a conference to represent my hospital. I get dressed up and put makeup on because that’s what people expect. But after a few years I gave up on the heels. It’s just not worth it! I’m not going to hurt myself to fit what society has deemed “professional” or “attractive”. Have any of you gentlemen ever been told “beauty is pain”? Not jokingly, but seriously like a parent, or friend telling you to stop whining about the pain you’re in because it’ll all be worth it when you’re “beautiful”? This is what women are taught, basically from birth. I’m not even going to bother giving you the numbers on how many doctors have warned about the negative effects of wearing heels on our feet and backs because can google it yourself. Go for it. I’ll wait.

2.) Hair. I’ve heard it and read it a million times: guys like girls with long hair. Well guess what? I like myself better with short hair! But everybody thinks they need to tell me that they prefer my hair long. Family, hair stylists, and even perfect strangers: 

I love unsolicited advice about my looks! Did I ask for your opinion? Nope. When a hair stylist tries to convince me to leave my hair long… uh, did I ask for your recommendation? Nope. Btw, I’d just like to say that I’m getting my hair done as we speak with my amazing stylist (hey girl!) who supports me in my decision to go short without trying to talk me out of it. Because it’s MY hair. And it’s what I like. So what if “most” guys like long hair? There’s some out there who like it! You know how I know? I know women who have – get this – met men, dated them, and married them, all while having short hair!!!! AMAZING!!! Besides, I already have to get up at 5:30am to get to work. There’s now way I’m getting up any earlier to mess with my hair. Fuck that, I like my sleep.

3.) Make up. I’m not going to lie. Doing elaborate makeup can be fun. I myself enjoy doing it for special occasions or if I’m in the mood. I used to do it all the time when I was younger. I did it because it was fun but also because I felt like I needed to do it to attract guys. Now that I’m older, I just don’t feel like all the fuss is worth it. Guys are always complaining about how long it takes women to get ready. Well it’s society’s fault! You’ve convinced us that we can’t leave the house without a face full of makeup! Do you know how long that takes??? And the upkeep to make sure it still looks good by the end of the day??? And the specials potions and cloths we have to buy to take it all off at the end of the night??? Life is too short to spend it in the bathroom “getting ready”. I’m not saying people who wear makeup every day are doing anything wrong. You want to do it? Do it! You like how you look wearing it? Great! What pisses me off is that women are EXPECTED to wear it, and they are told that their natural self, that they have been born with, is not beautiful. Even my 4 year old niece has been brainwashed. She plays with fake “makeup” and pretends to put it on. She watches TV shows with girls wearing a ton of makeup (CARTOON girls for god sakes). How does that not mess with your head?

4.) Clothes. Girls, wear what you want. I want to emphasize the YOU in that sentence. I like looking at beautiful dresses but I hate wearing them. It limits the ways you can sit. Plus, I’ve got two words for you: chub rub. You can google that too. Now, the most important factor that I use to choose my clothes is comfort. Like leggings. Hello comfort!!!! And you can get them in crazy patterns. I’m obsessed with them. I wish I could wear them all the time. It might just be because I’m older but I just don’t want to wear uncomfortable clothes that are more “attractive”.  

Unfortunately you can’t always fight society. Tonight I’m going to a fancy restaurant with my family for my mom’s birthday. I’m already exhausted at the idea of putting on make up and fancy clothes. But I have to because otherwise it will seem rude. Because you can’t wear leggings or jeans to a fancy restaurant. And you can’t wear pj pants for your mom’s birthday dinner. Why not? Because society tells us so.

If You Don’t Have Anything Nice to Say…

I’ve seen it all, folks. And then I saw it a few more times. Now, it really baffles me why people feel the need to go out of their way to be mean or insult a perfect stranger. Do they get their kicks from it? Does it make them feel better about themselves? Are they just doing it to get a rise out of a person for the sole purpose of FINALLY getting someone to respond to a message? Because they can’t possibly be the type of person people are drawn to, right?  So here’s another wonderfully insulting message I received:

My choice to wear a nose ring is exactly that. MY CHOICE. I don’t care if you think I look ridiculous. I like it. Just like the clothes I wear. Or my tattoos.

Speaking of my tattoos, I’m going to go on a little tangent here. I just love it when people (including family members) say they don’t like my tattoos. I didn’t get my tattoos for them. The only difference between my nose ring or my clothes is that they are permanent representations of things that I love or things that mean something special/important to me. So thanks for insulting me, basically.
So anyway, back to the topic at hand. Dating in this day and age is way more hard on the ego than it used to be. The anonymity of the Internet lets people be complete assholes without any repercussions. Would this guy have walked up to me on the street and said the same thing? Of course not. Although I wish he had that way I could have slapped him in the face. But instead he chooses the safety of his computer to insult me. So not only do I have to deal with guys not replying to my messages, bad dates, and rejection, I get insulted. Good times, huh?

New App, Same “Dicks”

Sorry I haven’t blogged for a while. My “vintage” laptop died and it’s a pain in the ass to blog on my phone. But I still have a lot of stories! So without further ado… 

I recently signed up for a new dating app, named Bumble. I thought the premise was pretty smart. You look at profiles and you either swipe right for yes and left for no. If both people swipe right, you get a notification but only the girl can start messaging (at least in the hetero version). So you can’t see who likes you before you like them back but you also can’t get a bunch of creepy messages from random guys you’re not interested in. But also you only have 24 hours to message them before they go away. At least this is how the free version works. Anyway, last night I got a mutual match and sent him an email. Here’s the conversation:

Honestly, that was the first time I’ve gotten that reaction. I hate my smile so I’m usually smirking in all my pics. 

When you picture a sweet and innocent person, does that person have multiple piercings including a nose ring and multiple tattoos? I didn’t think so. But whatever, dude. I ask him about himself and he says that it would be boring. Thinking he’s talking about himself I’m a little confused and ask him what he means. 

Ok. I’ve been down this road before. Either he’s insulting me, which if you’ve read any of my other blog entries you’ll know it’s not a rare occurrence, or he’s trying to goad me into “proving” that I’m not innocent. Which in guy speak means “show me your tits”.

So far he hasn’t been too much of an ass so I decide to be a little flirty. And then:

There it is! Doesn’t take long for some guys to bring their penises into the conversation. Ugh. I am not looking for a quick hook up. You know what they say, honesty is the best policy. Since he’s been so honest with me, the least I can do is be honest with him. 

Crickets. More crickets. Cut away to the guy complaining about how much feminists suck and how I’m probably a cold prude and yadda yadda yadda.

Ok, bye now.

He might have been a dick but at least he didn’t send me a picture of his dick. That’s a nice change. 

Bumble = ūüĎéūüŹĽ

Story Time!

Sorry that I haven’t posted in a while. ¬†I just haven’t been in a joking mood. ¬†I find more and more things in online dating that are NOT funny especially the way that women are treated. ¬†But let’s put that aside for now and let me tell you a little story. ¬†I apologize for the lack of pictures, this was from before I started documenting this crazy journey.

I had been on OKC for several years, off and on. ¬†Last Christmas, after a disastrous “relationship” with a guy, a friend suggested that I try POF. ¬†So in the spirit of new beginnings, after the New Year I created a profile on there. ¬†I started chatting with this guy and he seemed really nice. ¬†We started talking about meeting up but after giving it some thought, I realized that I was still upset about the last guy and that this would just be rebound and I was not ready to start dating anybody. ¬†I messaged this guy and told him that. ¬†He messages me back, kind of angrily, asking me why I was on a dating site if I wasn’t ready to date. ¬†I told him that I thought I was ready but when we started making plans to meet, I realized I wasn’t ready. ¬†Obviously I didn’t purposefully lead him on. ¬†He basically said “whatever” and that was that.

Being busy with work and whatnot, I didn’t go back to online dating for several months. ¬†Once I did, I checked my OKC profile first and saw a message that this guy (from POF) had sent to me that said “I thought you weren’t ready to date?”. ¬†Now, I should have known better and left it alone but for some reason, I don’t like thinking there are people out there thinking badly of me. ¬†Well, unless I deserve it, of course ūüėõ ¬†So I message him back (on OKC) and tell him that it was an old profile and that I wasn’t actively using it when I told him I wasn’t ready to date. ¬†He was very nice and pleasant and we started talking again. ¬†A couple of days later we were chatting and I told him I was on my way out to hang out with my sister for the evening. ¬†I got home late and noticed that he had written me a whole long story about his life. ¬†Since it was late and I was tired, I figured that I would just reply to him in the morning. ¬†In the middle of the night, my geriatric dog woke me up to go outside. ¬†I let him out and while I was waiting for him to come back inside, I decided to re-read the message this guy had sent me and reply. ¬†However, unbeknownst to me while I had been sleeping, he had messaged me again asking me what he said that made me “flake out”. ¬†Waaaaaiiittt. ¬†What? ¬†I replied that I had told him that I was going out with my sister that night and that I had gotten home late and didn’t have time to read his message and reply. ¬†Then sitting there in bed, waiting for my dog to get his little old butt back inside, I started getting angry. ¬†One time I didn’t reply right away and he calls that flaking out? ¬†What the hell? ¬†All these alarms started going off in my head. ¬†Again, a situation in which I didn’t owe this guy anything. ¬†I had done nothing wrong. ¬†So I messaged him again and told him that I felt insulted that he would say I flaked out after not responding ONCE, especially since I had already told him I would be busy. ¬†I told him that it gave me a bad feeling and that I didn’t want to continue talking to him. ¬†And then I blocked him.

Now remember, the first time I spoke with him was on POF. ¬†The subsequent conversations and blocking were done on OKC. ¬†A few days ago I saw that he visited my profile on POF. ¬†Ugh. ¬†Thankfully though, he has not contacted me. ¬†But if he does, I’ll know better than to respond!


Here’s EXACTLY what it’s like to be a girl. ¬†This was a comment made on my last post.


No matter how often women try to explain about the discrimination, the abuse, the pain, the fear, and the hate that women are subjected to in our society, a man will try to knock her down some more. ¬†Well guess what guy? ¬†I’d rather spend the rest of my life alone than submit myself to the likes of you. ¬†Bring on the negative comments!

Let’s Get Serious

The original purpose of this blog was to entertain my friends with the silly and ridiculous things one has to go through when online dating. ¬†It obviously will continue to have silly and ridiculous blogs. ¬†But sometimes I’m going to have to get serious. ¬†Women go through a lot with not just online dating, but dating in general and dealing with men in public as well. ¬†I’m sure that this isn’t true of all men and all women. ¬†I’m just going with my experiences. ¬†Cue Madonna’s “What It Feels Like For a Girl” because I’m gonna show YOU what online dating is like for a girl.


I’ve used this pic in a previous post (#9 There’s Jokes and Then There’s…) but I really needed to include it in this post as well. ¬†This kind of joke is unacceptable. ¬†Joking about roofies and date rape is NEVER ok. ¬†And this is the kind of stuff that women have to put up with. ¬†Not only do we have to deal with guys trying to roofie and rape us, we have to deal with guys who think that’s funny. ¬†One time in college I thought I saw a guy put something in my drink and then go back to his group of buddies. ¬†There were about 5 of them and they stood around watching me and my friends. ¬†I couldn’t be positive that he actually put something in there but just the thought of it and then seeing him and his buddies with creepy smiles on their faces made me sick to my stomach. ¬†Guys, try putting yourself in my shoes in that situation. ¬†How would that make you feel?

There’s another reason why dating is treacherous for women. ¬†According to Huffpost “At Least a Third of All Women Murdered in the U.S. Are Killed by Male Counterparts”. ¬†(Read the article here: ¬†This is one of the reasons I scrutinize profiles so much.


This message was sent to me completely unsolicited. ¬†Who just gives out their phone number to a complete stranger? ¬†Not only that but straight off the bat with the sexual innuendos. ¬†Or the not so much innuendo. ¬†There probably are girls out there who are just as forward and send the same kind of messages. ¬†But most guys who receive these messages don’t have to worry that the woman on the other end of the message is going to rape and kill them. ¬†It’s just really annoying to repeatedly get messages where the guy just wants to have sex with you. ¬†That’s not what I’m looking for, thanks. ¬†And that’s what’s listed on my profile as well so it shouldn’t be a shock to you.


Why is it that guys can be sexually open and not get called names, but a woman who is sexually open and adventurous is called a whore? ¬†Or a slut? ¬†Would you really refer to someone you want to date as a whore? ¬†The reverse is also true. ¬†If a woman doesn’t want to have sex with a guy or be sexually open, she’s a prude. ¬†Or because she doesn’t openly talk about sex, she doesn’t have any sexual feelings and is just uptight. ¬†Also, have you noticed there are really no male words for whore, slut or prude? ¬†These words are pretty much defined as female words. Why must there be two separate rules for men and women? ¬†It’s just like a guy who is forceful is respected while a girl who is forceful is a bitch. ¬†Guys, stop using these words to describe women. ¬†Girls, stop using these words against each other. ¬†JUST STOP.


This guy messaged me and I responded. ¬†His next message was that he didn’t realize I was 34 and was worried that I was out of my prime. ¬†I can’t even remember what I replied to him but his next line was saying that I needed to bring my A game. Needless to say, I stopped responding. ¬†So he continues to message me. ¬†There’s actually more messages that I didn’t take screen shots of. ¬†I haven’t blocked him because he’s not being rude or anything and I’m just curious as to how long it will take for him to stop messaging him. ¬†It’s kind of the rule of online dating that if someone doesn’t reply or stops replying, it’s because they aren’t interested. ¬†Yet this guy keeps messaging me. ¬†JUST STOP.

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Same thing with this guy. ¬†You can clearly see that I have told him I am not interested. ¬†Yet, he repeatedly messages me. ¬†When will guys understand that no means no? ¬†We don’t think it’s cute that you keep trying. ¬†We won’t change our mind just because you are persistent. ¬†JUST STOP.


Now this guy has never messaged me. ¬†Yet, he “visits” my profile at least once a day, sometimes more. ¬†But because he’s never messaged me, I can’t block him. ¬†I guess visiting a profile every day is not block-worthy. ¬†But I find it incredibly creepy. Again, persistence will not change my mind. ¬†What do you think you’ll accomplish looking at my profile every day? ¬†JUST STOP.


And another (previously posted on #11 Nicknames/Pet Names)! ¬†As I mentioned before, this guy gave me 10 MINUTES before asking me why I didn’t answer him. ¬†Something else guys need to realize: I don’t owe you anything. ¬†Including an explanation as to why I didn’t answer your message. ¬†It’s my prerogative. ¬†JUST STOP.


¬†One more, just in case you thought it was only those two guys. ¬†(Pssst! ¬†It’s not.)


Ok, say it with me people: I DON’T OWE YOU ANYTHING!!! ¬†This guy messaged me both on OKC and POF. ¬†I don’t have to give you an explanation or “tell you what a guy has to do”. ¬†I haven’t messaged you back and it doesn’t matter which app you use, I won’t message you. ¬†JUST STOP.


No. ¬†That is not the problem. ¬†Take responsibility. ¬†Women have no obligation to reply to you. ¬†Let’s go over this ONE. MORE. TIME. ¬†We owe you nothing. ¬†If women aren’t replying to you, maybe it’s because of how you are messaging them. ¬†JUST STOP.

This reminds me of something horrific¬†that occurred in California this past May. ¬†Elliot Rodger went on a shooting spree as a punishment for all the women that were never attracted to him and refused to date him. ¬†(For more information please go to ¬†I am not in any way saying the guy above is anything like Elliot Rodger. ¬†Or any of the other guys in my posts are evil or murderers. ¬†All I’m saying is that there is a preponderance of misogynistic men out there. ¬†Men that feel like women are objects to be used and discarded. ¬†Men that feel like women owe them something. ¬†It frustrates me and sickens me. ¬†Women are either whores, sluts or prudes. ¬†We just can’t win when it comes to sex. ¬†This is our culture, people. ¬†Wake up. ¬†Insist on changing this dogma. ¬†This affects all women. ¬†Your mothers, your sisters, your daughters, YOU.

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