Since I got involved in the pro-male issues, I’ve faced four recurring criticisms.
- “You’re a homo.”
- “You make sweeping generalizations.”
- “You have mommy issues.”
- “You must have been in a relationship with a real bitch.”
Number 1 is irrelevant as my sexuality typically has nothing to do with the issue(s) discussed. The criticism usually comes from a traditionalist conservative man or from a woman. The man is usually attached to his gynocentric identity. The woman usually feels disempowered over the fact that she has no control over my sexuality. Either way, my sexuality is typically irrelevant to the issue(s) discussed. If you bring it up, we have nothing further to discuss.
Number 2 is simply an asshat’s misunderstanding of qualifiers. This asshat likely has some confusion about basic logic. Either way, it’s not my job to educate asshats about such things. When an asshat makes such errors, we have nothing further to discuss.
Number 3 is probably true, but most of us have “mommy issues” anyway. My mother was an abusive cunt, but most mothers are this. Most mothers beat their kids. Mothers are perpetrators of psychological and/or physical abuse. (Stop lying to yourself. Mom pulls your strings and you know it.) There is nothing new about this fact. It’s relatively boring and brings nothing new to the discussion. If you bring it up, we have nothing further to discuss.
Number 4 is true. I’ve been in relationships with “real bitches.” However, that doesn’t nullify any of my arguments. In fact, it validates many of them. So, if you bring it up, we have nothing further to discuss.