Jean-Batave is a martial artist from the viking stronghold of Normandy, France. He travels the world looking for new fighting techniques and new beautiful women. Eastern Europe taught him everything he knows and is his second home. His column runs every Thursday. A man likes variety. This is when sluts come in handy. The obvious answer is clubs, Tinder-like apps or street game. But there will be situations when even these reliable places will not be available small city, low quality crowd or almost entirely frequented by men or pros, high competition etc. To know where sluts will go, we must first remember what defines sluts. They are usually less intelligent than average, vain, attention-craving, promiscuous, money-oriented, careerist and impulsive women.
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What does this have to do with Facebook? Turns out a whole lot, because there is no being neutral in this situation. You either help change it or you actively tolerate it and encourage the perpetrators of violence by doing so. Earlier this week I wrote about how the use of photography especially without the subject's consent intensifies harassment, abuse and violence against women. Quicker than I could type " Feministe " this Change. It is, however, the virtual equivalent of street harassment and, as such, demonstrates the way the photography serves to exponentially magnify the effects of subtle and real violence along a broad spectrum.
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Imagine my disappointment in later life when I realised that no man I met would ever admit to having a name for his penis, or a fetish for dressing up as a penguin. When I was a teenager, sex was presented almost entirely in negative terms. Look at this photo of a genital wart! Listen to the voiceover describing the miracle of birth while a woman screams in agony! Understand that sex is largely terrible, boys will try to cajole you into it, and your job is to stop them. There was only one problem with this approach — the same one that bedevilled the messages we were given about drugs.
That happens to me as a writer a lot. I was writing for an audience, puffing out phrases I thought people could relate to. My story is solely that. I need to tell it, raw and unformulated: the glorious, gory truth. I really loved my Dad, so much so that I was blind to his shortcomings, or at least I ignored them because he always cooked the best steaks and played the coolest songs on the guitar. He hated paying child support, drank too much, smoked two packs of cigarettes a day, and sat around a lot complaining about being poor. While guzzling a twenty dollar bottle of liquor.