Can a man be considered 'misogynistic' for being attracted to beautiful women?

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Blurt wrote:
11 Nov 2019, 10:40
No, just your narcissism.
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or trolling


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oops ... sorry .. stuttered


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It's all right, Cap'n. Don't fret. CC's stutter is quite sexy. :eyebrow:

Oops. Am I being misogynistic? :blink:



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the troll is tolling for her.


"keep this frequency clear!"

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For Whom the Belle Trolls?

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"GEM" .. :roll:


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Ask not.
It trolls for thee.
(From that hunchback).


"EXTRA LEGS 2019"
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Here's an example of blatant sexism (misogyny? omg!) which appeared recently in Irina/evs beloved forum:
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Tsk, tsk. I take no credit whatsoever for the appearance of the image in one of the banner ads on this site!

No siree, Roberta/Irina!

Blame google bot! Blame the sysop!

But whateva' ya do....don' blame Joe, 'Kay?
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Weird. I don't have those ads at all. :unsure:




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mimi wrote:
11 Nov 2019, 21:02
Weird. I don't have those ads at all. :unsure:
….and yet, still another mimi!

Look! Look!
asian-girl.jpg
What is this world comin' to!?

Misogyny....everywhere, mimi!
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Ya but....I still don't have those ads. :unsure:



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Weird is right. This is what I’m getting.
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And this. Even tho I’ve never been there but must be based on my location. New west - tsawwassen, close enough:))

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Irina wrote:
11 Nov 2019, 22:00
Weird is right. This is what I’m getting.

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I get that too.

Also ads about furnaces and cars.


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Cars! Ditto. Although I was really browsing some cars so there’s that.

And joe is getting sex dolls. TMI jojo, please:(


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Tsawwassen Mills is nothing to get excited about. Its just another mall with the same stores as everywhere...only this one is like walking in one big circle.


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Yup. I’m not a big shopper. I have a few go-to places and that’s that.


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Irina wrote:
11 Nov 2019, 22:06
Cars! Ditto. Although I was really browsing some cars so there’s that.

And joe is getting sex dolls. We don’t need to know what you’re browsing jojo, please:(
Im not looking for a car...the furnace on the other hand.. I was helping someone figure out their furnace problems...so google must've heard us? Or??? I'm a renter, so I don't need to buy a furnace.

I'm waiting for the day they pass laws on this shit...I'm sick of being bombarded with the same items over and over again in attempt to get me to buy. That should be illegal...I compare it to stalking.

I was looking online just yesterday and wanted to purchase an item for the kid for xmas, only it was from Europe and the company did not ship to Canada (total bummer), but I moved on to find other things that were available....I'm just waiting for repetitive ads to harass me to buy this item that is not available in Canada...


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Irina wrote:
11 Nov 2019, 22:07
Yup. I’m not a big shopper. I have a few go-to places and that’s that.
This is it:

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I dont like the set up at all. I been there a few times cause the kid wanted to eat at a burger place there that is not availble anywhere else. She too also thinks the mall is boring.

There is a cool outdoorsy store there, like Cabalas, I dont remember the name...it has a cool roof of the sky and animals for decor and we had fun sitting on the atvs and checking out the boats...we went on them and pretended we were sailing the sea....but once is enough.


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I know what you mean. I I can’t really say that there is a mall out there I like, they are more like a necessary evil. I like the food court seating in Richmond terrace food court if that counts, great for ppl watching.


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Irina wrote:
11 Nov 2019, 22:06
Cars! Ditto. Although I was really browsing some cars so there’s that.

And joe is getting sex dolls. TMI jojo, please:(
...like this,?
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I cain't help it Irritable.

They just keep appearing on my page!
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J0E wrote:
12 Nov 2019, 19:53
They just keep appearing on my page!

Why can't you make them just keep appearing in your bed, Silly?!
Show us some of your REAL magick!


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Good question. Really why is joe celibate?


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extralegs2014 wrote:
12 Nov 2019, 21:26
J0E wrote:
12 Nov 2019, 19:53
They just keep appearing on my page!

Why can't you make them keep appearing in your bed, Silly?!
Show us some of your REAL magick!
Perhaps he's not paying them. :eyebrow:

You got nobody showing up in your bed without a paycheque either. :(



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You have no idea, Mimi.
If I refuse these women, they start arguing and pressing me until I give in.
They take my refusal as a rejection.
Even though this is SUPPOSEDLY a 'no strings attached' deal, it doesn't actually work that way--not after seventeen (17) years of blow-jobs. Not after she grew up sucking my cock starting at age 20, when she was still a virgin.
I can't get rid of them. They want me more than I want to be serviced by them.
If I say I already have a full blown relationship with Elena, they say that that's not fair to them.
They won't take 'no' for an answer. Don't understand the meaning of the word.
What part of 'no' don't you understand, my dear?


"EXTRA LEGS 2019"
A FIGURE MORE LEGENDARY THAN THAT OF THE MAHDI, THE AWAITED SAVIOUR, HAS NOT BEEN SEEN IN THE HISTORY OF MANKIND. THE THREADS OF THE WORLD EVENTS HAVE WOVEN MANY A FINE DESIGN IN HUMAN LIFE BUT THE PATTERN OF THE MAHDI STANDS HIGH ABOVE EVERY OTHER PATTERN


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extralegs2014 wrote:
12 Nov 2019, 22:11
If I say I already have a full blown relationship with Elena...
Full blown, eh?

Right.

While your definition of a full blown relationship may involve little more than a zipper and some lip gloss, it sounds better than Joe's half blown attempts at convincing folks he's not a virgin.



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extralegs2014 wrote:
12 Nov 2019, 22:11
You have no idea, Mimi.
If I refuse these women, they start arguing and pressing me until I give in.
They take my refusal as a rejection.
Even though this is SUPPOSEDLY a 'no strings attached' deal, it doesn't actually work that way--not after seventeen (17) years of blow-jobs. Not after she grew up sucking my cock starting at age 20, when she was still a virgin.
I can't get rid of them. They want me more than I want to be serviced by them.
If I say I already have a full blown relationship with Elena, they say that that's not fair to them.
They won't take 'no' for an answer. Don't understand the meaning of the word.
What part of 'no' don't you understand, my dear?
People scrap over money all the time. You've never seen this ? :eyebrow:



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