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|Re: Let's Discuss Body Count by Magnoliaa(f): 2:28am On Aug 15|
cooooooks:Burbye then. It's you that know. Too bad you share gender with them o, so you berra get used to me referring to men, males or do eyes right if I do... If not, it's on you.
You: "To them, a hoe is a woman that have sex, loves it , whether in moderation or not."Hohoho. It's not consistent? You're brushing up, good. Welcome to the introductory class on Alfa Pillars Logic 103 (as in classic male thinking and demands and statements riddled with contradictions upon contradictions).
Do you know what statistics is? Population and sample? References and deducing? You know how you can make conclusions about a group from just observing a size of them? I am not talking about 100% of men. I don't. I don't ever. I think this should be pretty obvious?
If hoe means promiscuous, then argue along those lines. These straw men (whether by you or these magical 100% of men) add nothing to the conversation. I think."Can't wife a hoe." This is a general statement, made by men. When you asked that question, where did you whip up that notion from? The stars? Society? How do you want me to talk about this without its social implications and basis and biases? Just how?? Ehennn. Sex (lack of it, too much of it, liking it, having it with numerous random people) is not the sole determinant of someone's fitness for marriage. I have actually done and covered and stated the likely implication of promiscuity as it truly meant up there. I said promiscuity might make a person prone to cheating, so if you marry a promiscuous woman/man, you likely cannot keep such hoes/community deeks. That's the implication of promiscuity as it relate to wifing a hoe. You can't wife her, in that case. ALL THESE notwithstanding, I went on to talk about the other divide of when you can 'wife a hoe' as it relates to its social implication. That's not me strawmanning. That's even me adding to the conversation. Telling you how the word "hoe" can be viewed from different angles, and you seem to be one fixed on a literary/dictionary definition of it or sum'n... This... this is like muddled between general notions and our subjective ideas. Because your initial questions were both personal and generic. And my responses will be from both angles. So I think you should infer that and not try to pigeonhole my responses to an individual, you-and-me level?
I don't disagree with the quoted below.
Also, I don't even think I said (as my opinion) that a hoe can't make a wife, even though I have heard of research along those lines. Why? Because even women or men that are not hoes can make terrible spouses; people may just not be compatible; people may have married for the 'wrong reasons', etc. There are so many nodes where things could go wrong, and I don't think the research has (or can) account for all these nodes.
|Re: Let's Discuss Body Count by cooooooks(m): 2:56am On Aug 15|
I believe in freedom of speech, generalize away.
To be fair, what I called inconsistent is what you asserted not necessarily what a men's rights activist said. Regardless, the nebulous issue exists here too. Different MRAs or TRPillers ascribe different approaches. There is a huge variety from MGTOW to PUA to Egalitarianism, etc.
You specifically said: "...what I am saying about men (you can read this as being 100% as well)...". Now you are saying: "I am not talking about 100% of men". Nne, which is it?
Hoe has a definition, you are trying to make a point by ascribing many meanings to this one word at the same time. I don't see how that is consistent.
|Re: Let's Discuss Body Count by Magnoliaa(f): 3:30am On Aug 15|
cooooooks:Redpillers or men or whoever say it. And I 'reported' it. If there's any inconsistency, it's from men's claims. Not wanting women to like sex and calling them hoes. I have literally repeated it countless times that I was telling what men say and how you're misunderstanding that, subtly spinning it around to claim I'm the one being inconsistent is beyond me. And I feel you could have at least acknowledged that huge chunks of my clarifications you cut away, yunno? Now you don't have any problem with it? You get where I am coming from? You, WHERE are you coming from? What's inconsistent about the point I'm trying to make? I asked you where you whipped up the question from. Were you thinking in terms of lexis/structure or from a societal angle? If you frankly cannot see how holistic I'm being, because of your questions anyway, if you don't see that men slut-shame women anyhow, because of their perceptions, goodnight.
You specifically said: "...what I am saying about men (you can read this as being 100% as well)...". Now you are saying: "I am not talking about 100% of men". Nne, which is it?That was me being sarcastic and telling you to go ahead and read it as 100% because you've one too many times made such conclusions. I would think it'll be easy to tell that. When I say men, I don't mean all and I had to make that clear in the second part.
|Re: Let's Discuss Body Count by arthurwillia(m): 7:18am On Aug 15|
Bad Spirits are exchanged bad luck are exchanged
I’ve never seen when you people will say good spirits are exchanged or good luck
It’s always bad spirit and bewitching
Can’t you see something is seriously wrong with you amd you have no one to tell you.
No scriptural backing nothing nothing
Sexual sin is a sin and it’ stops at that no Dey cap
|Re: Let's Discuss Body Count by OnlyDeCapPlease(m): 8:19am On Aug 15|
Does this include oloshos?
|Re: Let's Discuss Body Count by Kondomatic(m): 9:40am On Aug 15|
dacblogger:True, the ordinary eyes do not see gonorrhea, syphilis, hiv/aids and other sexually transmitted disease and infections, aside this? Nothing else.
Its only here that all these spiritual rubbish count. I remember talking to some group of guys at work. They all believed that having sex in a car "knocks" the engine but none of them could explain why it doesn't happen to the engine of white people's car.
|Re: Let's Discuss Body Count by debbydams(f): 9:56am On Aug 15|
Petyprincess:100 body counts, thats city preek not community nd some men have more than that. some ladies have lost count..God should just have mercy on us
|Re: Let's Discuss Body Count by StPete: 9:59am On Aug 15|
|Re: Let's Discuss Body Count by MrNipplesLover(m): 12:49pm On Aug 15|
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|Re: Let's Discuss Body Count by dacblogger: 12:51pm On Aug 15|
|Re: Let's Discuss Body Count by escapefromusa(f): 1:30pm On Aug 15|
You do not share same/similar ancestral gods.
|Re: Let's Discuss Body Count by Womanizer(m): 1:34pm On Aug 15|
Quality is better than quantity
|Re: Let's Discuss Body Count by OnlyDeCapPlease(m): 5:26pm On Aug 15|
Then one has to establish how many of that number were normal relationships. Its easy for someone to fall into a habit of carying oloshos or visiting where houses where one can easily build up a body count of 100 within months.
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