Pop Culture & Food/Diet Channel
Posted by: anonymous
2017-10-21 19:03:28
ID: 51322
I know there's a lot happening in the world right now, but holy shit, y'all... I figured out how to hide promoted pins on Pinterest!!! Change your country to Tanzania. I'm not sure if it works on all devices, but it worked like a charm on my laptop and phone.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-10-20 22:41:47
ID: 51334
Geez, why is it that the most annoying songs are the ones that end up topping the charts? Then I hear them on the radio all the time and they get stuck in my head.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-10-20 13:26:33
ID: 51329
I told my DH my "me too". My coworker pushed his exposed penis against me while I was at work at 16. He never got in trouble, even though it was reported. And he's a cop now. My DH's face was shock and anger. I told him of course I've also been groped and things said to me. I am a really careful person and always have been and still it's happened to me.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-10-20 08:12:32
ID: 51308
In response to a confession. I wrote a very long #metoo post on FB and included many scenarios that I and my friends have gone through (catcalling, being touched by strangers, getting roofied and taken advantage of, stalking, assault, rape, etc.). At the end of my post I encouraged every man reading it to look to themselves and ask if they have been a perpetrator, even in a small way, where they made a woman feel dirty, used, scared or objectified, and to apologize - to ME, via inbox, for US - completely confidential. Out of all my male friends and relatives - who are usually very active on my posts - here's what I got: two "loves" - from my dh and a gay friend; two comments - from a grade-school classmate (who I know is a very good person) saying sorry for all we've been through, and one saying not to turn this into a man-hating movement; and no messages. Though both commenters said they believed us, so that's good?
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-10-20 02:49:00
ID: 51299
My ex H used to say that he'd never be without a woman because he had money to pay for what he wanted. At the time I was his loving and adoring wife and he didn't support me (refused). He didn't seem to see this as an insult to me, but I did. I wonder how men get like that.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-10-19 21:36:09
ID: 51320
My lip is twitching today. Ordinarily, I would think it's caused by too much caffeine, but I think in my case, it's pure rage that's causing it.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-10-19 04:35:59
ID: 51298
There are all too many women who will give a man exactly what he wants just to have a man around.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-10-19 04:32:37
ID: 51283
One of my friends from high school went on a fb rant about how she just can't believe how few of her friends posted #metoo, and how she knew that some of us (me) had experienced sexual assault and sexual harassment. I know that #metoo is meant to unify people who've been assaulted, harassed, etc, but Jesus. I'm not discussing the times I've been assaulted by men on social media. I get that some people heal and cope by sharing their story, but I'm not there yet.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-10-18 20:00:51
ID: 51289
I have absolutely no interest in dating, sex, men, etc. I was married. Got divorced. Did some dating. Done with that. I have no bitterness, I'm just DONE. I'm tired of dealing with men. I have a career and lots of friends and I honestly just don't want any entanglements right now. I don't want to deal with sulky men, men who don't like what I like, men who expect sex on the first date, men who expect sex EVERY time they see you just because you did it once, men who play games, men who are too needy, men who don't agree with my politics or religion (or lack thereof), men who are a little too eager to have someone mother them...or their kids. I'm just DONE. If men want to go their own way I'd be heartily pleased to hear it.I get pestered a lot by men and I'm NOT YOUNG, it's just if they hear you're single they can't understand why you don't want them. I'm over it and tired and done.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-10-18 18:25:42
ID: 51288
I really feel like if MGTOW (Men going their own way) would actually just go their own fucking way the world would be a much nicer place. There are plenty of people out there just not that interested in sex or relationships who do just that...go their own way, and don't really hold any bitterness towards opposite sex. The MGTOW movement is just so funny though. "I'm going to go my own way by bitching constantly about women online". It's like they are petulantly saying "fine you can't have my penis then!" and whining about women 24/7. As if we've lost something unique and precious to us. They don't really seem to understand we don't give a fig wasp's arse if they go their own way.
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Not the Official Fascia Blaster. But the same concept: