For years now feminists have tried to screw up social interactions, criminalize basic interpersonal relations, deemed mundane of activities as tantamount to rape, and sell us on the power possessed by women while at the very same time making them victims of the most mundane of crimes at the hands of toxic patriarchy.
Summed up in a few words, they are bat-crap lunatics.
Not content with the monkey wrenches they have already tossed into the social gear works now arrives the latest advisory on how to behave with proper comportment, via feminist writer Suzannah Weiss.
Ask consent for all sexual encounters, yes, even sexting. I just came up with this script that you're all welcome to borrow! pic.twitter.com/CXL5LggOMX
— Suzannah Weiss (@suzannahweiss) December 2, 2019
Allow a moment here…one needs to step back from the keyboard, at the fear of being accused of ”Laugh-Rape” here…
Okay now…where to begin. We will refrain from suggesting that Suzannah has not received such a text herself, because that would just be mean. How about we go with the simple fact that ANYONE who would feel the need to take the advice of Ms. Weiss is not likely to be someone with many potential digital suitors.
There are enough reasons to bypass her ”advice”.
I feel so much more confident in the nation’s future when reading that your list of byline credits includes Teen Vogue. ?
— InfoSec & Politics (@BHauptCISSP) December 3, 2019
Oof. Pronouns in the bio. Red flag. I'll be keeping my distance.
— The Obsidian Owl (@TheObsidianOwl) December 3, 2019
And a few psychological disorders to boot
— Lucifer 2024?? (@FrostieLucifer) December 3, 2019
She does have ”psychonautics” in her byline as well, so yeah.
The whole issue of consent regarding this practice seems one that already has a built-in fix. It’s called ”blocking”. But, Suzannah is here to help anyone who wants her assistance, despite the fact that anyone feeling a need to resort to this is not yet equipped for the world of sexting. By the looks of things that is not a long list of people seeking her blueprint.
Why don't we just send them a DocuSign affidavit and text the person back after it was notarized?
It wouldn't hold up the mating dance that much…
— Your Favorite Iron Lord (@Machovell1an) December 3, 2019
Spontaneity is for oppressors.
If you haven’t gotten to know someone well enough to develop trust as the foundation for sexual intimacy, maybe you shouldn’t be texting awkward requests that make it sound like you’re making a sales pitch.
— Denise McAllister (@McAllisterDen) December 3, 2019
telling someone you want to sext them is already non-consensual sexting. it’s an impossible chicken/egg problem just throw your phone into the sea
— Eileen Curtright (@eileencurtright) December 3, 2019
Everyone should just send all the cats to @suzannahweiss now because she's never getting d*ck again after that tweet.
— Saltwater Soul ??⛱ (@Rachie_Rach__) December 3, 2019
100% someone that wants to wear your skin
— girth brooks (@suebobwhite) December 3, 2019
Seems telling that both men and women have been less than stimulated by her dispassionate coupling advice.
Saving this for when I have a boner that won’t go away.
— Tsukkomi (@ljenkins314) December 3, 2019
Me right now pic.twitter.com/mMDZ83qaea
— ?Duchess of Yuletide Cheer?AnnaD? (@AnnaDsays) December 3, 2019
at this point you'd be better off sexting people w/o warning. brb going to commit textual assault
— Eedle Leedle (@Eedle_Leedle) December 3, 2019
This made me dry and I'm a dude
— Logan C (@caveman687) December 3, 2019
Considering what an impersonal and sub-human form of expression she is promoting there truly is only one appropriate reaction.
— Michael Derrick (@cauldroncomics) December 3, 2019