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The result of feminism. Emasculating men and turning them into beta cuck weakling men with no backbone, dignity or values. This is the US, a country where women outnumber men by a large margin. It should be the other away around for goodness sake. It's a Christian country and polygamy should be common because it will fix the single women crisis.

I feel sorry for white men but at the same time, I don't.
 
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The result of feminism. Emasculating men and turning them into beta cuck weakling men with no backbone, dignity or values. This is the US, a country where women outnumber men by a large margin. It should be the other away around for goodness sake. It's a Christian country and polygamy should be common because it will fix the single women crisis.

I feel sorry for white men but at the same time, I don't.
Bruh I mean look at all of them and look at the ugly smile on her face “GOTTIM” wallahi she got that face.
If this woman was the last one on earth. I want a couple of oceans between us.
:susp:
 

Muji

VIP
The result of feminism. Emasculating men and turning them into beta cuck weakling men with no backbone, dignity or values. This is the US, a country where women outnumber men by a large margin. It should be the other away around for goodness sake. It's a Christian country and polygamy should be common because it will fix the single women crisis.

I feel sorry for white men but at the same time, I don't.
What’s the matter factz? All parties have a smile on their face and look content. I was hoping for a similar arrangement with you, @AussieHustler and my Asian professor.
 
This arrangement would’ve suited Somalis and Somalia perfectly very well. Imagine four men, a Darood, an Isaaq, a Hawiye and a Dir all married to the same woman and their children calling them all aabbe? No more war, plenty of love and peace. What a great idea!!
 

Luciddreamer

Certified bakhti
Sons not having masculine role models are the result of this ordeal.
Chucks and *****s with low testosterone.
 

VixR

Veritas
This is what it looks like when *****s finally resign themselves to women on their level (Acceptance).

They all look so much happier than the angry, internet misogynistic warrior stage (Denial). When their idea of women they’re entitled to in their minds doesn’t match reality.
 

Muji

VIP
This is what it looks like when *****s finally resign themselves to women on their level (Acceptance).

They all look so much happier than the angry, internet misogynistic warrior stage (Denial). When their idea of women they’re entitled to in their minds doesn’t match reality.
Oh so true. I find it strange that *****s always argue women are shallow whilst demanding a heavy busted leggy blonde with a perfectly symmetrical face.
 

VixR

Veritas
Oh so true. I find it strange that *****s always argue women are shallow whilst demanding a heavy busted leggy blonde with a perfectly symmetrical face.
The involuntary in involuntarily celibate is 99% bullshit. It’s overwhelmingly a problem of mismanaged expectations.
 
The involuntary in involuntarily celibate is 99% bullshit. It’s overwhelmingly a problem of mismanaged expectations.
Yep, if they accepted women on their level, they would not be celibate. They can't accept that most women would want to be with men on their level. It is definitely a modern phenomenon.
 

VixR

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Yep, if they accepted women on their level, they would not be celibate. They can't accept that most women would want to be with men on their level. It is definitely a modern phenomenon.
I think the digital era fucked with their perception, just like it fucked with other areas of social life.
 

YourBroMoe

Who the fuck am I? ギくェズー
VIP
The result of feminism. Emasculating men and turning them into beta cuck weakling men with no backbone, dignity or values. This is the US, a country where women outnumber men by a large margin. It should be the other away around for goodness sake. It's a Christian country and polygamy should be common because it will fix the single women crisis.

I feel sorry for white men but at the same time, I don't.
Nah fam, they're just losers :pachah1::pachah1::pachah1::pachah1:

Feminism or no feminism, the same result would have occurred.
 
Hold on, there is an urgent news from Amnesty International from Somalia. Does this imply to all Somalis? Maybe, our culture is responsible for it, or should we blame on the "feminists"?

Somalia: People with disabilities exploited, raped and abused .

More than two decades of conflict, inadequate health services and discrimination have left people with disabilities in Somalia at risk of forced marriage, violence, rape and repeated forced evictions, said Amnesty International in a new briefing published today.

The briefing, Somalia: Prioritise Protection for People with disabilities, reveals how lack of protection, underpinned by discrimination by families, the public and the state, renders people with disabilities vulnerable to further attack and exploitation.

The briefing builds on previous research by Amnesty International, which documented widespread human rights abuses including rape and sexual violence. It reveals how the lack of respect for the human rights of people with disabilities exposes them to further human rights abuses.

People with disabilities are calling on the Somali Federal Government to accept they are active members of civil society, ensure their rights are recognised and realised and ensure they have access to assistance and services to prevent further abuses.

Forced marriage, rape and violence

During a recent fact-finding mission to Mogadishu in February 2015, Amnesty International’s researchers spoke to dozens of people, mostly with physical disabilities, who spoke of the abuses inflicted on them including rape and beatings. Women and girls with disabilities said they are forced into marriage to older and/or abusive men in their families’ bid to rid themselves of the perceived burden of having disabled children.

"I was 13 years old. My family decided to give me to this man, I refused and ran away. My family sent strong men after me. They caught me, tied my arms and legs and threw me in a room with the man. He beat me since the beginning. His family would say that I was disabled, that I shouldn’t complain. He beats me, slaps, kicks and throttles me…When I escape and go home, my aunt says that I am disabled and returns me back."

Hannan, who became disabled when she was a baby, describes how her family forced her into marriage.

Amnesty International spoke to several women who were attacked specifically because they were disabled and seen as easy targets.

Amran was raped because her attacker knew about her physical disability:

I woke up in the night, and found that someone had already entered my buul [shelter]. The attacker put a knife to my neck, and told me to keep silent. He told me he would kill me if I shouted. I was crying as I knew I couldn’t do anything. He knew everything [about my disability], so he raped me repeatedly because he knew I was disabled and couldn’t defend myself.”

Amnesty International is calling on the Somali Federal Government to take concrete steps to tackle the continued abuses of people with disabilities, including through the development of a national legal and policy framework and ratification of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

Bottom of the pile – internally displaced and disabled

The threat of evictions hangs over all internally displaced people in Mogadishu and other parts of Somalia. In addition, those living with disabilities are forced to live in specific areas within makeshift camps and settlements while some decide to live in separate settlements to support each other. Their problems are compounded compared with those of other internally displaced people – suffering intimidation, theft of food aid by civilians and armed groups and neglect of their specific needs by service providers.They are also at an increased risk of exploitation and violence during forced evictions.

Safiya and her family were attacked and forcibly evicted from their home in 2014. She described the incident to Amnesty International:

At first they threatened us. They said ‘if you do not remove everything this night, you will see.’ They went away but then came again that night. Four men came with their faces covered. They wanted to rape my daughters. My husband shouted and tried to defend them, so they shot and killed him… My daughter was crying, they had taken her and raped her… Early the next morning they came back and destroyed our buuls [shelters].”

A group of disabled women have been forced to move to the Afgooye corridor where insecurity is rife and access to Mogadishu is difficult. They have been forcibly evicted multiple times in the last few years.

Leyla does not have full use of her hands. She said:

“The businessmen wanted to build houses there [Hodan district, Mogadishu]. Five of them came with guns while one started measuring the land. They told me ‘even if you take your house by your mouth, just move.’ They told me ‘you are disabled, we don’t want to see you near us, just move.’”

Safety in numbers

Groups of people with disabilities have organised themselves for protection in numbers; others have mobilised to demonstrate for their rights.

Instead of being seen as a burden by their families and communities, many people living with disabilities who spoke to Amnesty International wanted to be recognised as agents of change.

Hussein, a disabled person in Mogadishu, said:

Most Somalis think that disabled people can’t do our own things, that we can’t do anything for ourselves. We feel disappointed. We are able to do things but nobody gives us the opportunity. Nobody fights for our rights… We want you to pass our grievances to the world, to try and help us.”

“People with disabilities in Somalia are excluded, neglected and abused at every level. The Somali Federal Government must now act to show its commitment to ensuring the human rights of all people without discrimination.” said Gemma Davies,

“It must give people with disabilities the chance to actively engage with decision making processes, especially those that most affect them, including in the ongoing constitutional review process and in drafting legal and policy frameworks for people with disabilities.”

https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/n...with-disabilities-exploited-raped-and-abused/

Any response from the "morality squad"?
 

hodon

Unprofessional Therapist
VIP
The involuntary in involuntarily celibate is 99% bullshit. It’s overwhelmingly a problem of mismanaged expectations.
I’m think most of them get rejected by even women who are there “level” I put quotation around level because even those women are too good for them. They are involuntary celibate but not because of their looks, but because of their awkward behavior like that Elliot Rodger kid, nothing ugly about him but even from his picture you can sense the social awkward vibes and low vibrational energy
 

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