They love to call guys who they deem overly forward as ‘fuckboys‘ (which isn’t even how that term was meant to be used), these the same people that will lose their shit if you slut shame a woman. And there are hundreds of groups like this out there, hundreds….
Ok sure, that’s kind of funny, as long as I don’t think about the fact that the only reason your on tinder is to fuck with dudes heads so you can post it online for everyone to laugh, then it becomes a bit less funny, still you’re way ahead of the feminists in sense of humor so that’s something at least.
But have you guys noticed things have gotten even worse over the last few years, since apps like Tinder came on the scene? I’ll never forget the first time I saw a tumblr making fun of online dating profiles.
I believe it was called ‘Fedoras of OK Cupid’ or something along those lines. Pathetic.” My second thought was wait a sec, nobody wants to be alone and online dating is an activity that already has unfair stigmas attached to it, isn’t it kind of mean to publicly shame people that are just looking for love, even if they make it so easy?
Some of these “social experiments” strive to prove how no matter how badly a woman acts, the guy will keep trying, especially when she’s attractive.
What pathetic and desperate losers these guys must be to not walk away from an attractive woman that’s actually talking to them… But all you people trying to “expose” this so you can get likes and shares on your tumber, you’re poising the well just as bad!
Outside party politics, female MPs including Maria Miller and Stella Creasy have spoken about the importance of addressing online harassment, specifically of women.
The alt-Right continues its hostile march: notably, in July, the movement’s pin-up, writer and speaker Milo Yiannopoulos, was removed from the site permanently after targeting Ghostbusters actress Leslie Jones with racist, misogynist abuse.
It is a space for sharing news and opinions, for public- service announcements and quick quips that are more illuminating than they seem.
Accordingly, it is noisily influential: at the last quarter’s count, it was estimated that the micro-blogging site has more than 313 million users worldwide.
But this cacophony and its reach has peaked at a moment when the tenor of public discourse has become charged with hatred.