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#216 - theedgemaster (06/09/2016) [-]
I actually really like this song
#217 - Aftershock (06/09/2016) [-]
I know! It's a lovely song, lyrics aside. Bit distasteful to blare out loud though.
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#77 - payseht (05/28/2016) [-]
I think the fault in this conversation is you're looking at it from a societal view while I'm speaking of more inter-personal relationships. I don't expect guys to be better than any women in sports, for example, but he should be better than his significant other.
#74 - Why should they define a man then? If she didn't want to have …  [+] (3 new replies) 05/28/2016 on Black Meme-Comp 1 -1
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#75 - payseht (05/28/2016) [-]
I don't think it's illogical, even if it's not logical. Gender roles have a biological basis. Even if they're social constructs, it's an emergent construct rather than a fabricated one.
As a man, I can only really lose or gain respect from a male perspective. I'm sure my girlfriend would have more things to say regarding women, and she agrees about the pegging.
They're personal things, I suppose, based on what I expect of myself. Like I couldn't respect a guy that doesn't work some way or the other, either in a job or taking care of the house/kids/wife.
Similarly, the female equivalent is based on what I expect from my partner. Not mirrored things or even on the same field. Men and women, to me, aren't opposites, or mirrors of each other, but closer to different breeds, and having the same or opposite expectations isn't something that can always be done.
In general, I wouldn't expect a woman to be good at sports, but I expect the guy to be better. I don't expect a guy to be creative in any way, but I will judge a woman for her taste in clothes.
#76 - Aftershock (05/28/2016) [-]
There are clear biological differences that lead to the development of those roles, but those differences have little basis for many of the roles in modern society.

In some ways yes, though I don't think it should be that way. In many ways you can lose or gain respect as a person, irregardless of gender.

Agreed, but nor would I respect a woman who doesn't do any work.

I thoroughly disagree. I think there are on average clear differences between the sexes, but they're averages, not rules. I have certain expectations for being a decent person more so than for being a man or a woman. I have to admit that there are things I'd probably look at differently if done by a man or woman, but mostly superficial societal expectations. Wearing a dress or makeup for example.

On average I'd assume a guy would be better due to physiological and cultural differences, but I wouldn't expect it of him. If he's into other things and has never been particularly athletic I'm not going to disrespect him anymore than I would a woman for the same thing. Similarly I'd judge a man just as harshly for dressing like a slob as I would a woman.
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#77 - payseht (05/28/2016) [-]
I think the fault in this conversation is you're looking at it from a societal view while I'm speaking of more inter-personal relationships. I don't expect guys to be better than any women in sports, for example, but he should be better than his significant other.
#72 - Can you respect submissive women? What about dominant women? P…  [+] (5 new replies) 05/28/2016 on Black Meme-Comp 1 -1
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#73 - payseht (05/28/2016) [-]
Dominance and submissiveness aren't things that define a woman, so she can be either and I wouldn't think more or less of her. If she was less nurturing to her kid, however, would lose my respect.
And she can be dominant in bed without the guy needing to be submissive. If she's tearing your dick off with the passion put into her grinding, it doesn't mean you're submissive.

Again, do whatever the fuck you want and as long as you keep it private, as I think anyone should, I won't care either way, but if I know someone gets pegged by their significant other, I won't respect that man. It's a very specific thing. I have no issues with BDSM, for example, it's just when the sexual roles are reversed that I lose my respects towards the cuck.
#74 - Aftershock (05/28/2016) [-]
Why should they define a man then? If she didn't want to have a kid at all, would you respect her less? If she already has a kid though, is that really a gender thing? If a man wasn't nurturing of his kids, wouldn't you lose respect for him?

Yea fair enough, people are always going to have their little quirks and things they dislike, I'm just curious as to why. Do you believe it's logical and fair? Being pegged doesn't make him a cuck.
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#75 - payseht (05/28/2016) [-]
I don't think it's illogical, even if it's not logical. Gender roles have a biological basis. Even if they're social constructs, it's an emergent construct rather than a fabricated one.
As a man, I can only really lose or gain respect from a male perspective. I'm sure my girlfriend would have more things to say regarding women, and she agrees about the pegging.
They're personal things, I suppose, based on what I expect of myself. Like I couldn't respect a guy that doesn't work some way or the other, either in a job or taking care of the house/kids/wife.
Similarly, the female equivalent is based on what I expect from my partner. Not mirrored things or even on the same field. Men and women, to me, aren't opposites, or mirrors of each other, but closer to different breeds, and having the same or opposite expectations isn't something that can always be done.
In general, I wouldn't expect a woman to be good at sports, but I expect the guy to be better. I don't expect a guy to be creative in any way, but I will judge a woman for her taste in clothes.
#76 - Aftershock (05/28/2016) [-]
There are clear biological differences that lead to the development of those roles, but those differences have little basis for many of the roles in modern society.

In some ways yes, though I don't think it should be that way. In many ways you can lose or gain respect as a person, irregardless of gender.

Agreed, but nor would I respect a woman who doesn't do any work.

I thoroughly disagree. I think there are on average clear differences between the sexes, but they're averages, not rules. I have certain expectations for being a decent person more so than for being a man or a woman. I have to admit that there are things I'd probably look at differently if done by a man or woman, but mostly superficial societal expectations. Wearing a dress or makeup for example.

On average I'd assume a guy would be better due to physiological and cultural differences, but I wouldn't expect it of him. If he's into other things and has never been particularly athletic I'm not going to disrespect him anymore than I would a woman for the same thing. Similarly I'd judge a man just as harshly for dressing like a slob as I would a woman.
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#77 - payseht (05/28/2016) [-]
I think the fault in this conversation is you're looking at it from a societal view while I'm speaking of more inter-personal relationships. I don't expect guys to be better than any women in sports, for example, but he should be better than his significant other.
#70 - Why though? Do you respect a woman less if she's mounted? If t…  [+] (7 new replies) 05/28/2016 on Black Meme-Comp 1 -1
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#71 - payseht (05/28/2016) [-]
Because I'm a binary system kind of guy. Fairly conservative. Being penetrated alone is something I barely brush to the side, but changing roles like that makes me think he's submissive. I can't respect submissive men.
I'm old fashion, I suppose, and think men should be the dominant ones, or at least passive, never submissive.
#72 - Aftershock (05/28/2016) [-]
Can you respect submissive women? What about dominant women? People aren't defined by their genitals, so why should they have to act certain ways based on them? Why can't a boss-ass, career driven woman dominate in the bedroom while a the man prefers to do the domestic side and is more submissive? Or why can't a boss-ass man that's always in control and providing enjoy letting that go in the bedroom and doing what his wife wants?
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#73 - payseht (05/28/2016) [-]
Dominance and submissiveness aren't things that define a woman, so she can be either and I wouldn't think more or less of her. If she was less nurturing to her kid, however, would lose my respect.
And she can be dominant in bed without the guy needing to be submissive. If she's tearing your dick off with the passion put into her grinding, it doesn't mean you're submissive.

Again, do whatever the fuck you want and as long as you keep it private, as I think anyone should, I won't care either way, but if I know someone gets pegged by their significant other, I won't respect that man. It's a very specific thing. I have no issues with BDSM, for example, it's just when the sexual roles are reversed that I lose my respects towards the cuck.
#74 - Aftershock (05/28/2016) [-]
Why should they define a man then? If she didn't want to have a kid at all, would you respect her less? If she already has a kid though, is that really a gender thing? If a man wasn't nurturing of his kids, wouldn't you lose respect for him?

Yea fair enough, people are always going to have their little quirks and things they dislike, I'm just curious as to why. Do you believe it's logical and fair? Being pegged doesn't make him a cuck.
User avatar
#75 - payseht (05/28/2016) [-]
I don't think it's illogical, even if it's not logical. Gender roles have a biological basis. Even if they're social constructs, it's an emergent construct rather than a fabricated one.
As a man, I can only really lose or gain respect from a male perspective. I'm sure my girlfriend would have more things to say regarding women, and she agrees about the pegging.
They're personal things, I suppose, based on what I expect of myself. Like I couldn't respect a guy that doesn't work some way or the other, either in a job or taking care of the house/kids/wife.
Similarly, the female equivalent is based on what I expect from my partner. Not mirrored things or even on the same field. Men and women, to me, aren't opposites, or mirrors of each other, but closer to different breeds, and having the same or opposite expectations isn't something that can always be done.
In general, I wouldn't expect a woman to be good at sports, but I expect the guy to be better. I don't expect a guy to be creative in any way, but I will judge a woman for her taste in clothes.
#76 - Aftershock (05/28/2016) [-]
There are clear biological differences that lead to the development of those roles, but those differences have little basis for many of the roles in modern society.

In some ways yes, though I don't think it should be that way. In many ways you can lose or gain respect as a person, irregardless of gender.

Agreed, but nor would I respect a woman who doesn't do any work.

I thoroughly disagree. I think there are on average clear differences between the sexes, but they're averages, not rules. I have certain expectations for being a decent person more so than for being a man or a woman. I have to admit that there are things I'd probably look at differently if done by a man or woman, but mostly superficial societal expectations. Wearing a dress or makeup for example.

On average I'd assume a guy would be better due to physiological and cultural differences, but I wouldn't expect it of him. If he's into other things and has never been particularly athletic I'm not going to disrespect him anymore than I would a woman for the same thing. Similarly I'd judge a man just as harshly for dressing like a slob as I would a woman.
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#77 - payseht (05/28/2016) [-]
I think the fault in this conversation is you're looking at it from a societal view while I'm speaking of more inter-personal relationships. I don't expect guys to be better than any women in sports, for example, but he should be better than his significant other.
#68 - If that's what they're into, cool. Male G-spot is up the bum, …  [+] (9 new replies) 05/28/2016 on Black Meme-Comp 1 -1
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#69 - payseht (05/28/2016) [-]
Ain't got a problem with it either, but when a woman uses a strap-on on the guy, I'll think less of him. If she uses toys or her finger, I don't mind. It's the literal mounting that makes the dude lose my respect.
#70 - Aftershock (05/28/2016) [-]
Why though? Do you respect a woman less if she's mounted? If the women mounts a man and is on top, but he's facing upwards and is still penetrating her, do you lose respect for him?
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#71 - payseht (05/28/2016) [-]
Because I'm a binary system kind of guy. Fairly conservative. Being penetrated alone is something I barely brush to the side, but changing roles like that makes me think he's submissive. I can't respect submissive men.
I'm old fashion, I suppose, and think men should be the dominant ones, or at least passive, never submissive.
#72 - Aftershock (05/28/2016) [-]
Can you respect submissive women? What about dominant women? People aren't defined by their genitals, so why should they have to act certain ways based on them? Why can't a boss-ass, career driven woman dominate in the bedroom while a the man prefers to do the domestic side and is more submissive? Or why can't a boss-ass man that's always in control and providing enjoy letting that go in the bedroom and doing what his wife wants?
User avatar
#73 - payseht (05/28/2016) [-]
Dominance and submissiveness aren't things that define a woman, so she can be either and I wouldn't think more or less of her. If she was less nurturing to her kid, however, would lose my respect.
And she can be dominant in bed without the guy needing to be submissive. If she's tearing your dick off with the passion put into her grinding, it doesn't mean you're submissive.

Again, do whatever the fuck you want and as long as you keep it private, as I think anyone should, I won't care either way, but if I know someone gets pegged by their significant other, I won't respect that man. It's a very specific thing. I have no issues with BDSM, for example, it's just when the sexual roles are reversed that I lose my respects towards the cuck.
#74 - Aftershock (05/28/2016) [-]
Why should they define a man then? If she didn't want to have a kid at all, would you respect her less? If she already has a kid though, is that really a gender thing? If a man wasn't nurturing of his kids, wouldn't you lose respect for him?

Yea fair enough, people are always going to have their little quirks and things they dislike, I'm just curious as to why. Do you believe it's logical and fair? Being pegged doesn't make him a cuck.
User avatar
#75 - payseht (05/28/2016) [-]
I don't think it's illogical, even if it's not logical. Gender roles have a biological basis. Even if they're social constructs, it's an emergent construct rather than a fabricated one.
As a man, I can only really lose or gain respect from a male perspective. I'm sure my girlfriend would have more things to say regarding women, and she agrees about the pegging.
They're personal things, I suppose, based on what I expect of myself. Like I couldn't respect a guy that doesn't work some way or the other, either in a job or taking care of the house/kids/wife.
Similarly, the female equivalent is based on what I expect from my partner. Not mirrored things or even on the same field. Men and women, to me, aren't opposites, or mirrors of each other, but closer to different breeds, and having the same or opposite expectations isn't something that can always be done.
In general, I wouldn't expect a woman to be good at sports, but I expect the guy to be better. I don't expect a guy to be creative in any way, but I will judge a woman for her taste in clothes.
#76 - Aftershock (05/28/2016) [-]
There are clear biological differences that lead to the development of those roles, but those differences have little basis for many of the roles in modern society.

In some ways yes, though I don't think it should be that way. In many ways you can lose or gain respect as a person, irregardless of gender.

Agreed, but nor would I respect a woman who doesn't do any work.

I thoroughly disagree. I think there are on average clear differences between the sexes, but they're averages, not rules. I have certain expectations for being a decent person more so than for being a man or a woman. I have to admit that there are things I'd probably look at differently if done by a man or woman, but mostly superficial societal expectations. Wearing a dress or makeup for example.

On average I'd assume a guy would be better due to physiological and cultural differences, but I wouldn't expect it of him. If he's into other things and has never been particularly athletic I'm not going to disrespect him anymore than I would a woman for the same thing. Similarly I'd judge a man just as harshly for dressing like a slob as I would a woman.
User avatar
#77 - payseht (05/28/2016) [-]
I think the fault in this conversation is you're looking at it from a societal view while I'm speaking of more inter-personal relationships. I don't expect guys to be better than any women in sports, for example, but he should be better than his significant other.