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Even by incel standards, this one is … impressive. On the Incels.is forums, one prolific commenter explains exactly why he’s so obsessed with Asian women: he thinks they’re insects. Maybe literally.
“I think the reason I have an asian fetish is because I dont believe they are human,” 30klhlvwizard begins.
To start out, this is not racebait and I dont mean to offend any asians. I think asians are great people (insects?) because they are intelligent, non-violent, and generally far more respectful than whites.
Great people (insects?).
The big difference between whites and asians is that asians do not have basic emotions like empathy and such. To be specific im talking about the chinese. I think that japs are a bit more emotionally intelligent but they still are subhuman to a certain degree.
It’s amazing that Asian women aren’t lining up to fuck him.
I dream of having sex with an asian foid because I feel like they wont be able to judge me on my sexual performance or looks.
Ah, now this all begins to make a certain twisted sense.
I feel like I cant be embarrassed in front of them because they lack any emotions that could project onto me. Almost like having sex with a sex doll.
So buy yourself a sex doll. The inflatable ones are pretty cheap.
What really drove this in was when I went to an asian massage parlor and got a handjob recently (my first and only one). To be completely honest it felt like I was having sex with an insect.
Well, if you’re into that, why not go stick your dick in a beehive?
Sex is a very intimate and emotional thing so I dont think having sex with an asian would be nearly as pleasurable as a white foid because they generally just lay there, emotionally disconnected. I still find asians attractive and would hope to fall in love with one if its even possible.
Is it actually possible to fall in love with an asian and have them love you back, or would it be like being in love with a stuffed animal? (a WMAF couple)
I’m pretty sure it would be like being in love with someone who hates your guts. Not that this is a new thing for incels.
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I was about to ask what sort of dumbass porn this KKKlown got his ideas about Asian women from — but I’ve never seen any porn more unmoored from reality than this idiot’s fantasies. Even the Lovecraftian/alien sex-monster stuff portrayed all the humans as…humans. With feelings. If there’s dumber porn out there, I’ve been classy enough, or just lucky enough, not to find it. And there are no exceptions to Rule 34.
So I can’t decide if this jackkkass is reading too much porn, or not enough. I know porn isn’t sex-ed, but it’s gotta be better than whatever those incels have been into.
This is so inexplicable that it kind of takes me back 15+ years to Finnish class where we did some sort of poetry analysis. “(insects)” in and of itself would be hard to crack, but the “?” takes it to another level. “Asians” are “insects”? “People” are “insects”? “Great people” are “insects”? The author heard something weird wile writing this and added a guess of the source in parenthesis?
On an unrelated note, I came home from work today to find a neighbour’s door (a floor or two down) sawn horizontally into what looked like two separate pieces. I can’t decide whether I should fear for my life, be consumed by fascination for whatever brought this about, or report this to someone. Someone must have reported it already??
Oh, look. More bullshit about people that aren’t like you. At least you’re not calling them insects. That’s something, i guess.
Were we supposed to read all that? It looks like the bulletin board in The Question’s office. But a collation of random Daily Mail headlines can’t be called “proof” of anything.
A man paid for a sex act and decided that the sex worker’s lack of interest in him means that women of her ethnicity are subhuman.
That’s a helluva leap.
I’m not surprised that no one is willing to date him.
On emotions in insects: there’s been research on bees which appears to suggest that they’re capable of play, without any obvious benefit. There’s an article here, with some cute video:
What I really like about that study is the different level of enthusiasm from different bees.
Like some were “This is great!” and others were “Borrrrring.”
But the various levels of interest shows that not only do bees have a sense of fun; they are also individuals.
@milotha: maybe he should go for an Asian giant hornet nest.
It’s like a cancer.
Must we malign the good name of Charles Victor Zsasz?
Rules for reading The Question
1) read every Question comic written by Denny O’Neill.
2) Read every Question comic written by Greg Rucka
3) stop there.
@jmc7r: I tried reading the first issue once (it was in ‘the 52 companion’). No idea why the character caught on based on that. Just walls of Rand-based rants. The version in the DCAU was pretty cool, except now I am familiar with the fact that conspiracy theories end up in anti-semitism almost 100% of the time which took some of the fun out of the character. Still, crashing a a car into Darkseid was pretty awesome.
Incel guy wrote:
…Possibly yes, if they’re be too busy judging you for your attitude. But then it would be less “won’t be able to” and more “will have other priorities.”
Every time incels talk about women, it’s bad. But when they then openly add racism, it never feels like addition and more like multiplication. Like, it’s sexism times racism to the agist/abelist power.
@TheKnd: It’s basically logarithmic at this point.
@Moggie: Just as some people are into sports and others aren’t, same with bees. And the bees are all sister/clones to begin with.
The thing about the animated version of the Question in Justice League wasn’t that he was a conspiracy wonk.
It was that he was a conspiracy wonk who was frequently right.
I have a warm spot in my heart for that one…
I’ve actually seen very little JLU, but my understanding is The Question & Jeffrey Combs’ performance, rapidly became fan favorites. Which isn’t that surprising; Andrea Romano’s a genius. Even based on a single episode, I still hear Kin Shriner, “General Hospital”‘s Scott Baldwin, every time I read Green Arrow.
My main experience with The Question is Denny O’Neill’s comic series from the late 80s.
Where he’s a Zen Drifter in a snazzy suit making his way through an urban Hell.
I actually knew an incel who sent for a potential Chinese mail order bride. The incel guy lived on a mattress on the floor and wore his socks only once and put each used pair in a zip loc plastic bag. The potential bride walked in the house, looked around and said to him “you will never make me happy” and walked out again. So the idea that Asian women are submissive man pleasers is a fantasy.
Also he and the Huntress (voiced by Amy Acker) are a couple whose main form of flirtation is banter.
That was your error. Denny O’Neil didn’t start writing until 1987. Before that, it was as you say just a vehicle for Steve Ditko to worship Ayn Rand, albeit a vehicle with a striking getup.
Not that I expect you to really know, but what was the deal with the zip lock bags? I’ve heard of people storing up weird things they’ve used, but those have mostly been things that have one’s DNA on them.
Whatever the deal with the plastic bags, sounds like she dodged a bullet. Good on her for nopeing out of there before she ended up in a plastic bag herself.
Anyone who thinks the nations of eastern Asia are peaceful need to read RF Kuang’s Poppy War series. It’s fantasy based on the 19th century China. The main character makes all of Japan’s volcanoes erupt at the same time. Also, Phoenix Extravagance by Yoon Ha Lee, set in a fantasy Korea under Japanese rule in the 19th century. They’re both fantasy, but they’re based very much in history.
Being part asian, i guess i will wake up like Kafka, one day.
Now, quite a number of asian countries can have bugs in their menu. Does that mean cannibalism ?
Guess i have to scuttle away now…
Have a nice day.
@RJ Dragon: Second the recommendation for both books.
Also, I have seen with my own eyes, actual gang members (colors, tattoos, etc.) in their own territory, guys over 6′ and 200 lbs. back the hell down and apologize when confronted by tiny old Chinese women on public transit. Once I snuck away in the shadow of this giant Black gangbanger to get away from one who was fixing to tear him a new one, and we sat together out of her sight, agreeing that it’s best not to mess with them. Large 20-something armed Black man and small middle-aged White suburban housewife both agreed: don’t mess with the old Chinese ladies.
Yeah. Emotionless, passive, and peaceful, my capacious ass. This guy would get the same treatment as sock-Ziploc boy.
Well, if we’re doing tough East Asian ladies.
You may have heard of a martial art called Wing Chun.
It’s massively popular in Asia and globally. It’s also widely, and I believe correctly, regarded as just about the most practical of traditional martial arts. It was the basis for Bruce Lee’s Jeet Kun Do. Even Krav Maga ‘borrows’ a few WC techniques and principles.
But its famous for being named after a Tofu seller/Nun; the eponymous Yim Wing-Chun.
Now her story may well be myth. But it does reflect the reality that nuns did learn martial arts; just like the monks. It was rough back then.
Ironically, even in the myth, Wing-Chun didn’t originate the style. She was taught it by her abbess. But for some reason it gets named after her.
I like this clip because it’s accurate to the mythology.