“Do Not Have Sex With Feminists” Rooshv

a public service announcement.




Feminism gets its power from two centers. The first is a large tax-paying middle class. It provides welfare money for single mothers; it extorts or steals money from husbands and fathers via an aggressive judicial system that prefers women; it enforces laws against masculinity using local authorities; and it funds feminist studies programs in public universities. If you add to that the system’s need to score female votes during elections and the feminization of men who vote along with them, it’s easy to understand how entrenched their power is in America. I haven’t even mentioned how corporate media hires feminist stooges to appeal to a fattening female audience that is just as hungry for hamster rationalization as they are for cupcakes and artisanal pizza.

It’s a large middle class that partially explains why feminism is rising in Brazil, but not in Argentina or Colombia. While there are many exceptions to this middle class rule, you will not find feminists gains in countries with a weak middle class. This source of feminist power will erode as the world approaches an economic singularity event, but until that time, we have the individual power to speed up the decline through one simple action: don’t have sex with women who identify with feminism.

A woman will only behave in a way that allows her to continue receiving what she wants in life. So far, being a feminist has not hurt her chances at “sexual discovery” when hitting the town on Saturday night, or filtering through hundreds of messages from men on dating sites. A man at a bar will roll his eyes at feminist talking points, but he will nonetheless persist in his pursuit of the notch. This must end. For the same reason you pass on fat women, resigning them to an underclass of low-quality men who will fuck anything, you must now sexually discriminate against women for their man-hating belief system.

Not only must you pass on a feminist, but you must let her know why you are passing on her. It must be clear to her that a man she was considering for sex has rejected her solely for her beliefs. Examples:

Girl: “It’s too bad that men still make more than women.”
You: “Wait, are you a feminist?”
Girl: “Well yeah.”
You: “Too bad, I don’t date feminists. Have a good night.”

Girl: “Birth control should be a human right, like mobile internet access.”
You: “So you’re a feminist?”
Girl: “I think if you believe in true equality, you’re a feminist, too.”
You: “LoL. I don’t talk to feminists.” Backturn

An argument or debate is not on the table. Do not give her the chance to explain her beliefs or demand to know yours. Once she admits to being a feminist, someone who believes in female superiority at the cost of male well-being, she no longer exists in your world.

The emasculation of men in the West is proceeding at such a rapid clip that it may be time to move past indiscriminate banging to sexually punishing women who vote for politicians that push laws and policies which make men second-class citizens. We only have ourselves to blame if we persist in the hypocritical behavior of lamenting the destruction of men while giving orgasms to the very women who are pushing it along. Our penis must take a backseat to our principles.

A part of me wonders if we’re too far down the road for this action to have a large effect, but even if we are, it’s an action we must still pursue, for we must align our behavior with our beliefs, our beliefs with our character. We can not grieve against a thief that is robbing us as long as we keep allowing the thief to rob.

If a girl is rejected only two or three times by men for being a feminist, she will think twice about sharing that affiliation to future men she meets. And if she is unable to share those beliefs, to openly discuss them, her mind can’t help but see them as shameful and controversial. Without water, the feminist soil in her brain will dry up, and the plant will wilt. She will be more hesitant about spreading her ideas, and rightfully come to see feminism as something that hurts heterosexual relationships.

The middle class in America is on the decline. The strained state will have to reduce the money flow to the feminist establishment. If this is combined with men rejecting sexual intercourse with feminist women, I believe we’re looking at a 1-2 combination punch that may put this ideology on the backburner, pursued only by the transgendered and homosexual freaks of society, instead of the cute girl you exchange eye contact with in your favorite coffee shop. Hopefully she’s not a feminist, but if she is, reject her swiftly and without compassion.



Social Justice freaks of nature going after the Metal music community

#MetalGate exists because there is nothing that social justice warriors and radical feminists don’t want to come and fuck up.

Just look at #GamerGate if you want to see their modus operandi in action.


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Allegations of second Donny Pauling victim lead to jail transfer for anti-porn crusader


A man charged with statutory rape was moved from Sutter County Jail after allegations were made that he also victimized a child related to a Sheriff’s Department employee.

Donny Pauling Jr. was booked into jail and charged with felonies after a 16-year-old girl told Sutter County sheriff’s investigators on Nov. 30 that Pauling had sexual contact with her for the last three years.

Pauling pleaded not guilty to those charges last week.

That victim then disclosed on Saturday that there was a second victim, according to Lt. James Casner.

Casner said the department will keep Pauling out of its jail and hand the investigation over to the Sutter County District Attorney’s Office “because the victim is related to one of our employees.”

Pauling, 41, was moved to the Colusa County Jail on Saturday, “for security purposes” and “for transparency,” Casner said.

Deputy District Attorney Anu Chopra said the second alleged victim has been interviewed and Chopra will be filing new charges.

Last week, Pauling was charged with lewd and lascivious acts with a child 14 or 15 when the defendant was at least more than 10 years older than the alleged victim and unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor.

He is scheduled to return to Sutter County Superior Court today for a bail review hearing.

His bail is currently set at $500,000, which is five times the scheduled bail amount. When he was last in court, Chopra said the alleged victim reported Pauling was obsessed with her and she was scared.

Pauling is a local anti-porn activist who has given talks locally and nationally about the negative experiences of women and girls in the porn industry.



Toronto Man Arrested While Depositing Money Into His own Bank Account

Toronto man is suing Scotiabank, claiming that he was racially profiled and arrested at one of its branches after attempting to deposit a $9,000 check into his own bank account, the Toronto Star reports.

Frantz St. Fleur, who has banked with the establishment for almost a decade and has several accounts there, was trying to deposit a refunded real estate deposit in April after a condo purchase fell through when he was taken into custody because of information provided by bank staff.

“It was horrible. The worst thing that ever happened to me. I’ve never been arrested [in] my life. It was a Saturday morning; the bank was full and the mall also,” the 38-year-old told the Star. “Everybody was looking at me, and nothing was done quietly. Everybody saw everything that happened.”

His lawsuit names the bank, Toronto Police Services Board and Re/Max Community Realty Inc. as plaintiffs and seeks more than $225,000 in damages. Re/Max told the Star that the check was always valid.

“We were first made aware of this issue by the Toronto police on the day of the incident. When we learned about the issue, we responded to the inquiry in a timely manner to clarify any concerns that were brought forward. We have always taken the position that the check was valid,” the company said in a statement.

“We’ve gone through every possible reason why they could think that the check Mr. St. Fleur proffered was fraudulent, and there’s nothing—the check looks fine,” Paul Druxerman, St. Fleur’s attorney, told the Star. “The basis for that would have been that he’s black. We couldn’t find any other reason why they would suspect him of passing a fraudulent check.”

According to the report, when St. Fleur presented the check for deposit, a bank employee took him to her office, where she offered St. Fleur investment products. St. Fleur declined, since he was just seeking to deposit the money for now. That was when the employee left and the police came shortly after, arresting him. He was questioned and eventually released after the police deemed the check valid.

“We are in the process of putting together our statement of defense. It is not at all unusual for lawsuit claims to fail in court,” police spokesman Mark Pugash told the Star in an email.

As for Scotiabank, the bank has apologized, calling St. Fleur’s treatment “unacceptable.”

“Customers are our No. 1 priority and are treated with the utmost respect. The treatment of Mr. St. Fleur was unacceptable and we have apologized and made an initial offer to reverse certain fees on his account and then offered an additional goodwill gesture in the spring. We have also worked with our employees to ensure that this does not happen again,” the bank said in a statement.

The bank had reportedly reached out to St. Fleur personally with a letter and offered to refund two years’ worth of banking fees, worth about $100, St. Fleur told the Star.

But for St. Fleur, this matter really isn’t about the money. “I’m not looking for money, but I want everybody to know about what happened so that it never happens to anybody else. There’s no other reason it happened. Because I’m black. I’m black and in the bank with a $9,000 check,” he said. “I want people to know. Everyone is equal in Canada … everyone is equal. With what happened, I realized there is something that needs to be fixed. I want everybody else to know.”