Did I just write circle jerk? Given that there are plenty of manginas involved, it’s probably more of a circle pegging. Anyway, as I was recently made aware of, there is a new feminist phenomenon on Twitter, Tumblr, and other SJW strongholds. It is the hashtag #metoo, which is a response to Harvey Weinstein’s alleged sexual assaults of women. By tagging posts with #metoo your garden-variety feminist hopes to achieve 15 seconds of Internet fame and shower in however much sympathy her echo chamber may be willing to disperse.
First, let’s talk about ol’ Harvey Weinstein for a moment. As a brief summary, after years or even decades, a bunch of women came out of the woodwork, accusing Harvey of sexual assault. When skimming those reports, however, I get a much different impression. It is called “quid pro quo”. Let’s say you’re a power-hungry Hollywood hotshot and you are used to waitresses offering to suck your dick. Now you need a female face for an upcoming movie. In front of you there is a cutie, and you tell her something along the lines of, “Would you be willing to suck my dick in exchange for a role in my movie?” At this point, it’s simply a deal. The girl can walk away. Yet, she does not do that but instead says, “It would be my pleasure, Mr. Weinstein! Do you want to cum on my face or shall I swallow?”, and proceeds to gobble down Harvey’s cock. What’s a bit of fellatio in exchange for a career, right?
What ticks me off, though, is that those women have been working for years or decades with their alleged abuser, and now it’s suddenly a problem — when it arguably was nothing more than the women trading their pussy (or mouth) for a lucrative gig. Isn’t this how showbiz works? On that note, I once read an article by a guy who claimed to run a strip bar. He wrote that when he interviews a stripper, they all have to suck and fuck him because he has to assess their quality. Is that sexual harassment? I don’t think it is. Hollywood is just a few rungs up on that ladder.
Harvey Weinstein is currently getting shat on in the media, though. Even his trophy wife has left him. I guess to her the pussy vs. money deal was no longer appealing enough as she figured out she can just use Harvey’s PR disaster as a convenient excuse to take him to the cleaners in divorce court.
But let’s move on from poor Harvey and return to your typical Tumblr feminist. Yes, she too, so she claims, has experienced sexual harassment. First of all, you uglos, did a man ever offer you money or power in exchange for sex? I’d say in 99.9% of cases no man ever did so. Thus, we are talking about regular sexual harassment, or simply flirting gone wrong, and not #metoo. We all know how it goes. It’s not sexual harassment if she’s into it. No, seriously! If you tell a chick who does not fancy you to suck your dick, it’s sexual harassment. Otherwise, it’s, “Anything you say, Aaron!” They are happy to please you, just the women Harvey Weinstein allegedly molested were happy to please him. In my case, though, I only got garden-variety sluts who were happy sexually pleasing a tall, dark stranger. Harvey is just a few thousand rungs up the ladder, and as I’m just a regular shmuck and don’t have millions in the bank, no woman who ever threw her pussy at me would accuse me of sexual harassment.
This was the conceptual side of #metoo, but let’s talk about the content of some of those posts in more detail. What you read is often just beyond belief. Oh, a guy was looking at you, missus! Off with his head, or at least his dick, right? I don’t want to downplay the problem of sexual harassment, but it really isn’t much of an issue. Ladies, if an ugly guy walks up to you, you tell him to fuck off, and he will fuck off. Exceptions prove the rule. If it’s your unlucky day, his name is Ahmed, and he may hit you on the back of your head, knocking you unconscious and rape you together with his ten brothers. But, hey, you bitches voted for leftism and open borders, so don’t complain!
My girlfriend sent me a few examples of #metoo. I don’t want to post them here as they may infringe on some people’s privacy. Yet, I want to briefly mention one example I found downright ludicrous. The damsel in distress is a highly unattractive doctor. She’s fat, short and ugly. She wrote that once a patient walked into the ER for a treatment he should not have gone to the ER for. She voiced her disapproval, and as a consequence the guy called her names. It is implied that he said something like bitch or cunt. That was supposed to constitute sexual harassment. Give me a break! If a bitch is being a bitch and a guy tells her that she’s a bitch, it’s not sexual harassment. It’s an insult. Heck, it may not even be an insult, but a factual statement.
A related observation is that quite a few of those #metoo divas are really not all that hot. This reminds me of what Donald J. Trump said in response to some accusations that were brought up during his presidential campaign: “She would not have been my first choice.” That’s a surprisingly polite statement out of the mouth of Donald “The wall just got ten feet higher” Trump. Likewise, if I was a horndog, I’d hit on a particular intersection of two groups of girls. First, they have to be hot. Second, they should want me. Anything else would be a waste of time. Assuming I think like every other horndog, why on earth would we go after fat chicks with pink hair and a shitty attitude? But, sure, ladies, post your #metoo’s and pretend that guys are sexually attracted to you. Most definitely they are not. Yet, perhaps surprisingly, not being physically attractive does not prevent girls from developing narcissism. The ugliest, fattest girls in the club also think they deserve a high-quality man. That’s probably a thought they mentally tag with #metoo, too, while they are ogling the buff dudes who would have every right to feel sexually assaulted by fat chicks who leeringly look at them.