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(AMA) I live in a patriarchy. Ask me anything.
#21
RE: (AMA) I live in a patriarchy. Ask me anything.
Do you envy Northern India and Pakistan for doing patriarchy better?

And sorry, I have too...
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#22
RE: (AMA) I live in a patriarchy. Ask me anything.
(March 5, 2017 at 5:08 am)pool the matey Wrote: Many of my (male)friends are against marriage too but if by some luck I find the one I'll be open to the idea of mariiage, most men would be too it's just extremely rare a find.

What would constitute "the one". In other words, what attributes do you want in a woman?
#23
RE: (AMA) I live in a patriarchy. Ask me anything.
Have you considered mail order?
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#24
RE: (AMA) I live in a patriarchy. Ask me anything.
(March 5, 2017 at 9:35 am)LastPoet Wrote:
(March 5, 2017 at 5:08 am)pool the matey Wrote: Many of my (male)friends are against marriage too but if by some luck I find the one I'll be open to the idea of mariiage, most men would be too it's just extremely rare a find.

What would constitute "the one". In other words, what attributes do you want in a woman?

If you have any questions about the patriarchal society I live in you are free to ask me. I'm not comfortable with discussing my sexual interests right now.
#25
RE: (AMA) I live in a patriarchy. Ask me anything.
You said "Ask me Anything".

Its in your own thread title. If you can't carry a bag of salt, don't pick it up.
#26
RE: (AMA) I live in a patriarchy. Ask me anything.
(March 5, 2017 at 6:50 am)ukatheist Wrote: Have you ever lived or travelled outside of India?

What is your opinion on colonialism?

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I have not up until now traveled outside of India. I am a huge fan of traveling, visiting other cultures, other people, new places, new women etc. If I have a chance to travel around the world I would be very much interested in that opportunity. 
What is my opinion of colonialism? My country(India) has never invaded another country in all her lifetime. If another country want to attack us I would at least expect them to fight with honor, not be cowards firing guns from a mile away. That's my opinion. I'm against exploiting other countries in any way.

(March 5, 2017 at 12:33 pm)LastPoet Wrote: You said "Ask me Anything".

Its in your own thread title. If you can't carry a bag of salt, don't pick it up.

Quote:I live in a patriarchal society. Ask me any question relating to this and I'll try to answer it to the best of my capacity.

If you want to cherry pick be more smart about it.

mlmooney89 Wrote:Oh you poor baby! The women are too independent now to marry and stick into a housewife life! The horror!
That's okay. I have different ideas and different preferences. I don't attack others with a different opinion or force others to follow my opinions. I've never been a fan of lying either. Excuse my straight forwardness.

mlmooney89 Wrote:I don't have a question just wanted to extend my thoughts on how repressive you sound.
I'm sorry my different opinion offends you.

(March 4, 2017 at 11:17 pm)Alasdair Ham Wrote: Why are you a such a complete and and utter moronic bigot?

I reported this post of yours for trolling. You've been constantly attacking me without any reason in many threads and it was getting more frequent so I had to do it. I just got a reply from LastPoet that they will keep an eye on you and if you continue trolling me they will take harsher measures against it(maybe temporarily ban you). So please just stop or you're just going to get punished.
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RE: (AMA) I live in a patriarchy. Ask me anything.
Do you like being part of a patriarchal society?
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#28
RE: (AMA) I live in a patriarchy. Ask me anything.
(March 5, 2017 at 12:50 pm)Aoi Magi Wrote: Do you like being part of a patriarchal society?

I don't like it or hate it, it is what it is. If I had to name one aspect of the patriarchal society that I do not like then it would be that it considers men as working slaves that are destined to provide for and work for others.
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RE: (AMA) I live in a patriarchy. Ask me anything.
(March 5, 2017 at 12:34 pm)pool the matey Wrote:
mlmooney89 Wrote:Oh you poor baby! The women are too independent now to marry and stick into a housewife life! The horror!
That's okay. I have different ideas and different preferences. I don't attack others with a different opinion or force others to follow my opinions. I've never been a fan of lying either. Excuse my straight forwardness.

mlmooney89 Wrote:I don't have a question just wanted to extend my thoughts on how repressive you sound.
I'm sorry my different opinion offends you.

A different opinion is liking sporty girls to nerdy girls you are borderline wanting to own your wife. Wanting a wife to wait on you hand and foot, to not have a life of her own, and to only be of use for what you think she should do is owning a wife not being in love. I get if she wants to do those things but for you to think you are getting the raw end of the deal for not having enough of these women that are perfect enough for your demands is something else. I would love to be a stay at home mom and cook and clean and be a home maker so I'm not against women doing that. I'm against men thinking it is a necessity. You aren't better just because you are male. I was the bread winner in my relationship for awhile and now we both contribute to the bills. The fact that you think marriage isn't good enough for you for lack of obedient women when women are just as capable at making money as you are is disgusting. How about you stay home with the kids, clean the toilet, cook dinner, and do all the trivial shit just because you are told it's your place in life, which is just by chance because of your gender.

It's men like you that make it necessary for women to keep fighting for equality. And that's coming from a woman that WANTS to be a homemaker and isn't a feminist.
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#30
RE: (AMA) I live in a patriarchy. Ask me anything.
(March 5, 2017 at 1:45 pm)mlmooney89 Wrote:
(March 5, 2017 at 12:34 pm)pool the matey Wrote: That's okay. I have different ideas and different preferences. I don't attack others with a different opinion or force others to follow my opinions. I've never been a fan of lying either. Excuse my straight forwardness.

I'm sorry my different opinion offends you.

A different opinion is liking sporty girls to nerdy girls you are borderline wanting to own your wife. Wanting a wife to wait on you hand and foot, to not have a life of her own, and to only be of use for what you think she should do is owning a wife not being in love. I get if she wants to do those things but for you to think you are getting the raw end of the deal for not having enough of these women that are perfect enough for your demands is something else. I would love to be a stay at home mom and cook and clean and be a home maker so I'm not against women doing that. I'm against men thinking it is a necessity. You aren't better just because you are male. I was the bread winner in my relationship for awhile and now we both contribute to the bills. The fact that you think marriage isn't good enough for you for lack of obedient women when women are just as capable at making money as you are is disgusting. How about you stay home with the kids, clean the toilet, cook dinner, and do all the trivial shit just because you are told it's your place in life, which is just by chance because of your gender.

It's men like you that make it necessary for women to keep fighting for equality. And that's coming from a woman that WANTS to be a homemaker and isn't a feminist.

Thank you for telling me what I believe in.



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