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Fix all your sex problems with this one weird MGTOW trick!

Attention, MGTOWs:

Are you unable to fully Go Your Own Way because there’s a part of you — in your pants — that still wants to get with the ladies?

One bold Reddit MGTOW has the solution:

NexusInd 5 points 3 years ago 
Heres an idea. if you really like her body but don't want to deal with her being a whore, just pay her for a dozen pics, her measurements, and a few sex tapes. Take the pics and measurements and pay some company to make a realistic sex doll. Now you have her body whenever you want, no periods, no sperm jacking, no paying for someone else's kid, but you still get her body.

Yeah, nothing creepy about that! Just a simple way to get with the lifeless body of some woman who doesn’t want you — without having to murder her or anything first.

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Policy of Madness
Policy of Madness
1 year ago

I’m not in the least surprised that Harvard hasn’t given a comment. What could they possibly say to justify themselves?

Harvard was one of the schools that, from the 40s to the 70s, took naked photos of all their incoming freshmen. They have long experience with doing questionable stuff with cameras and getting away with it with their massive endowment intact.

Last edited 1 year ago by Policy of Madness
Full Metal Ox
1 year ago

@Policy of Madness:

Harvard was one of the schools that, from the 40s to the 70s, took naked photos of all their incoming freshmen. They have long experience with doing questionable stuff with cameras and getting away with it with their massive endowment intact.

Apparently this was ostensibly for posture-evaluation purposes (and probably to gather biometrics on predominantly white, affluent, and abled young people); here’s an account from the New York Times:

https://archive.li/y1wXn

(Oh, and they also stuck pins in the subjects.)

Policy of Madness
Policy of Madness
1 year ago

Apparently this was ostensibly for posture-evaluation purposes (and probably to gather biometrics on predominantly white, affluent, and abled young people)

Ostensibly. But it was run by a psychologist, not an osteopath, and was probably more about trying to find a correlation between body type and intelligence. The photos I’ve seen do not have pins in the spine. I’m not doubting that some did, but that doesn’t seem to be a universal characteristic of the photos.

Katherine the Adequate
Katherine the Adequate
1 year ago

They always complain about “sperm jacking..” I can’t believe that’s actually a thing (outside of their minds.)

.45
.45
1 year ago

@Katherine

I’m sure there are plenty of examples I can’t be bothered to look up right now, and if there are examples of 0.000000000000000000000000000000000000000001% of women doing this, it obviously happens ALL THE TIME! You can’t trust those trickise womins.

(Actually I do know a girl whom I am fairly certain did try the whole “a-baby-will-fix-the-relationship” thing and intentionally forgot her birth control. Strangely, her jobless cheater of a boyfriend did not in fact shape up, but ran away. I should be terrified someone will do it to me, and go MGTOW in self-defense, right?)

Ann Hatzakis
Ann Hatzakis
1 year ago

This is disgusting on so many levels.

Kat, ambassador, feminist revolution (in exile)
Kat, ambassador, feminist revolution (in exile)
1 year ago

@Ashley, @Bookworm in hijab

Some incels believe that putting cupfulls of sperm under a full moon gives them some sort of superpower (yea, don’t ask me what bc I already have a killer migraine)… they’d have no issue justifying any sort of witchcraft to use against women.

Cupfuls of sperm? They probably mean semen, because sperm is invisible to the naked eye. But even so, cupfuls of semen? Where would they get this amount of semen?

I’m starting to think that, with MGTOWs, the general unworkability of their ideas is the real point. As in, if they suggested anything that was even remotely within the bounds of do-able, there’d be some pressure on them to, you know, actually do it.

Yeah, I think you’re right. See above.

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