It's behavior like that set forth from other male Jill fans that is the reason I usually keep myself on the down low about it. Its become hard to be associated with liking Jill and not being some whacked out psycho fanboy. Sorry to hear about your trouble If I were official ambassador of the Jill community, I would humbly apologize on its behalf. . .but I'm not.
There's just too many missvalentines out there. . .
It's 9:00 PM here where I live and it's raining heavily outside. But apparently, there won't be any cancellation of classes tomorrow since our college administrators think we're water-proof or something. Time to wade through knee-deep cockroach infested flood waters again. Ah, how I love living in a third-world country.
This. But it also amuses me. Just wish that instead of calling for the man to get sacked they were demanding equal pay rights which is the thing that started the whole fandango.
I just used to word fandango in a sentence and now another one. Maybe this should be in I'm Happy instead!
In fairness, guys should have enough control over there groin not to start panting because more than six square inches of lady flesh is on display. I despair for some of my gender some days.
It happens, certainly. It's just not as common and they don't seem to loose as much self control as some guys do.
People need to exercise a little more self-control, but it doesn't help when women intentionally make themselves more visually appealing to men.
Posting a suggestive picture of yourself on the INTERNET and not expecting perverted remarks is sheer lunacy.
Stick your dick into a bee hive and you're going to get stung.
Last edited by Mr. Spencer; 06-26-2011 at 12:12 AM.
It's attitudes like that which really piss me off, you know. Why can't I wear what I want without fear about getting harrassed over it? That's exactly the same thing all these sodding rape apologist assholes come up with; always blaming the woman because clearly by wearing provocative clothing, we're simply begging for you to put your fucking cock in us. It's sickening really. I hear what you're saying about the internet because it is a congregation of freaks in general, but don't you fucking dare let that translate into real life. That's just pathetic; insulting to women by laying blame on them and insulting to men by implying they all lack self control.
And you know what? Cosplaying Jill isn't the same as wearing clothes I know are going to get me male attention; it is celebrating my love for the character and that is anything should be bloody well respected.
Also, I didn't get perverted comments in the first place; just some jackass who kept calling me Jill and commenting on my deviantart page all the time. You can surely understand why that was starting to grind. "OMG, TITS" me and most women are all pretty hard to because we get that all the time, but it is the creeping weirdo people that make life just a little bit difficult. I've just never been able to come to grips why I should ever be treated so ridiculously differently because of my appearence. It's old, dudebros, it is really fucking old.
You know what? This is getting too deep into the territory I usually come here to avoid; ignorant sexist comments. Let's just stop this now before I invite a ban on myself so I can cool down for a few days...
(Post may be rated R for swearing and general womanly rage.)
Last edited by WeskerSexyCheez; 06-26-2011 at 01:09 AM.
When a child puts on sexual clothing, parents are scared to death because they know what kind of signals that kind of clothing sends out.
When a woman puts on sexy clothing, all of sudden she isn't aware of what kind of signals she's sending.
I think men should be able to control themselves, BUT women also need some common sense when they dress.
If you go with the argument "I can dress in whatever I want", sure, you can. But you'll have to think about how people reacts to what you're wearing.
If you're wearing a nazi symbol, people will get upset.
If you're wearing a thong, males will have a hard time controlling themselves. Of course most of us can, even though we REALLY just want to go all out... and some males can't control themselves sadly.
Not at all cool.
There is a line, sure. A guy shouldn't run through the streets in fishnets wand a blanket. I have seen it happen, but it shouldn't. And even the most free woman is going to admit that a thong and bra is likely to get the wrong response in public. But beyond that? It's the woman's choice.
Honestly? Some of these comments are kinda scary, and bordering on the shit on TV. You know the sort of thing I'm talking. 'Oh, it was horrible she was raped. But she shouldn't have been wearing those clothes. She shouldn't have had a drink from someone she didn't know that well. She shouldn't have been in that club. She shouldn't have been outside without a squad of twenty eunuchs, trained from birth to protect her.' Bollocks. The man should have had enough self control to act like a human being. Everything else is just trying to wiggle out of him acting like a asshole.
Yes, Darkmoon does have a very manly ginger beard which makes men green with envy and makes women weak at the knees. Spencer is only arguing out of sheer jealousy that he does not have one.
All will bow before the beard.
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