Creating To Hate: The Making of the Bitch and the Whore

Story Ending Never

Whoever said that men weren’t creative beings? Well, they are. In a way. They’re creative in much the same way that they are capable of love. It is very different from how women love. Men love beer, or cars, or evolutionary biology, or vindictive deities, or women in pretty much the same way – without nuance. The ‘love’ is shallow, but intense, and is both self-oriented and self-serving. Men don’t love as a selfless act or in a way that helps someone (or something) other than themselves. Men love beer because it dulls existential pain, might be pleasurable on the tongue, and gives them a way of shirking rape charges in the rare case that a woman is stupid enough to speak truth about her violation in public. In the same way, when men love people, it is because the object of love serves them in some way. He isn’t…

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5 thoughts on “Creating To Hate: The Making of the Bitch and the Whore

  1. Here is where much of the disconnect with some of this writing comes in for me…I feel like my love is love. It’s not based on what I can get out of someone…lord knows if it was I have been terrible at it. I love.

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    1. Sorry I’ve been MIA as of late. Work has been killer -_- .
      Anyhow…you have a point. I don’t know of many…even the ones I love who seem to love back in the same way I feel love for them.

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  2. Whoiscis is a gay male…the flip side of the straight male. The straight male can only “romance” (which to them means the brute act of impaling w/peen) what they deem inferior, while the gay male can only “romance” (which to them means either/both impalement/being impaled as well as a platonic love) those they do not deem inferior. Both straight and gay males worship penis and men, and see women as less human due to their physical differences. These physical differences arouse sexual sadism in the straight male and sexual repulsion in the gay male, and neither group can view women through any lens other than physically in general and sexually in particular.

    This is why it particularly enrages me when men start yammering about being “gender critical”. None of them should have any business talking about this shit at all. When they do, all it sounds to me is them wanting to protect the Godlike Caste of born males from any Untouchables (those born female and therefore must be visually delineated as such, deemed as inferior and, for the straight ones, easily recognizable as rape fodder) as well as keeping their fellow Gods from going astray.

    Only female born people should discuss the trans issue (and, before they do, keep in mind that having less penises means less rape, and that this is more important than pronouns). Males debating about trans/sex assignment/gender identity sound like whites only country club members debating whether to use the one drop rule or the paper bag test (ie the “xy and penis” rule vs the “if s/he gets me hard” rule).

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    1. I think you commented on my post along the lines of gay/straight sexual attraction. I don’t agree with you but I think the idea is interesting and worth exploring.
      As for not talking about gender…I mean trans men do get offended (Although not as violently as men who ID as women.) when we assert that we are gay men thus only want to be with male people. Also I think its somewhat of an obligation for us as gay men to stop these men from being predatory toward our lesbian sisters and women in general. “Why are the gay men not helping us??” I know many like me who are trying to do good here. How do you think we should help? Do you just believe it to not be possible for us to do anything good? Or to at least negate some of the harm other men do?

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