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    "The Best New Way To Give A Guy A Fake Number"
    http://thinkprogress.org/culture/201...-hooks-wisdom/

    So you're not interested the advances of a guy that's hitting on you, but Feminism and Chivalry have given you the insane paranoia of assuming he will react violently if you reject him outright. What's a girl to do???

    You COULD just be plain old dishonest, and give him a fake number - problem solved. OR, you could go the extra mile, and use this as an opportunity to set a trap for him, through which you can unleash a steady stream of bitchy, ideological talking points on him! What started out as an innocent attempt at flirtation, has resulted in you channeling the 'righteous indignation' of entire gender, to attack the entirety of the OTHER gender, in the form one poor sap being made to feel like a hideous creep, with the aid of technology.

    Here is an excellent, wonderful thing: feminist phone intervention.

    In a perfect world, a woman who isn’t interested in a guy in a bar could just say, “Thanks, but no thanks.” In the real world, women are wary of escalating a situation with a complete stranger who could be drunk or violent or who knows what. Women who say “no” risk a whole bunch of trouble, from general douchery (your typical “what a bitch” under his breath as he walks away) to a physical confrontation. A “sure, you can have my number” is the fastest way to make someone leave you alone. But you don’t want to just give out your real phone number to someone you really hope to never cross paths with again.

    This is where the feminist phone intervention comes in. Give a guy the number 669-221-6251. Whether he texts or calls, he’ll get some feminist wisdom courtesy of bell hooks, activist, author, and all-around feminist MVP.

    According to an email the anonymous creator sent the Hairpin, the number was inspired by the way the New York Post printed bikini photos “of the woman who ‘spurned’ Elliot Rodgers [the UCSB shooter]. Despite the fact that she was only 10 years old at the time they met, she was portrayed as having romantically rejected Rodgers.”

    hooks (the pen name of Gloria Jean Watkins) has been a powerful voice for feminism since 1981, when she published her first major work, Ain’t I A Woman? Black Women and Feminism. She’s the perfect choice for the voice of this phone line; she wrote Feminism is for Everybody: Passionate Politics with the goal, as Ms. Magazine described it, “to introduce feminist politics in an accessible format in order to reach the widest possible audience.” hooks wrote that “There should be billboards; ads in magazines; ads on buses, subways, trains; television commercials spreading the word, letting the world know more about feminism.” If she had written that book in 2014, she’d probably have included cell phones in her list, too.

    This phone number is the best. Well, I guess the “best” would be if we didn’t live in a culture where men (but no, not all men) feel entitled to a date with every woman they fancy. The best would be if women were not required to engage in all this exhausting and ridiculous subterfuge just to ensure our own safety and happiness. Until that day arrives, though, we have this brilliant invention. A tip of the lady-hat to you, anonymous creator!

    Yes, by all means, Ladies, keep alienating the shit out all the males you come in contact with - wasting their time, getting their hopes up for nothing, and being arrogant and patronizing to the point of absurdity. Surely, this kind of behavior will REDUCE the chances of another Elliott Rodger-style tragedy ever occurring again...
    The Duluth Model is incomplete and outdated; It's time we replaced it with a Superior Model...

  • #2
    One more reason to be MGToW.

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    • #3
      Well actually I sincerely doubt women's rejection or lack thereof would have any impact at all on those such as Elliot Rodger's to say otherwise would be to give credence to feminist assertions the his actions were wholly due to misogyny.
      Rather the best way we as a society could prevent more Elliot Rodgers from being created would be to ensure no feminist ever came into contact with a child, I'd say male child but frankly I don't hate women enough to want to leave girls in contact with them ether.
      "It is the greatest inequality to try to make unequal things equal." - Aristotle

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      • #4
        I wonder what this says about the women who would use this rather than good old fashion assertiveness and as the feminist would say empowerment?
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        • #5
          Tell men not to ask numbers.
          Tell men not to talk to women.

          Telling women to give fake number is victim blaming.
          Logic is the cement of our civilization, with which we ascend from chaos, using reason as our guide.

          Expose Feminist lies: Women rulers = perfect society , Gender: a social construct, Feminism is for everyone, Feminists research, Domestic Violence: A gender problem, Rape Culture exists, More Women on Board, Women are not violent, Women don't Rape, Wage Gap, Males have privileges, Best of Interest of child,Women were denied history

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          • #6
            Chickenshit "empowered" cunts.

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            • #7
              that's a normal reaction considering they've been persuaded that 11 out of 10 men are potential rapists.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by alexfagiuolo View Post
                that's a normal reaction considering they've been persuaded that 11 out of 10 men are potential rapists.
                that low? I thought the feminists would have inflated the numbers higher than that by now?
                "It is the greatest inequality to try to make unequal things equal." - Aristotle

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                • #9
                  So am I supposed to know when a girl wants me to ask her out and when I'm not supposed to?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by The Wanderer View Post
                    So am I supposed to know when a girl wants me to ask her out and when I'm not supposed to?
                    Yes... magic is your answer! X] it's ridiculous

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by The Wanderer View Post
                      So am I supposed to know when a girl wants me to ask her out and when I'm not supposed to?
                      How Dare you attempt to speak to your betters, FIFTY LASHES will teach you not to open your filthy misogynistic male mouth!!!
                      "It is the greatest inequality to try to make unequal things equal." - Aristotle

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Jack H. View Post
                        How Dare you attempt to speak to your betters, FIFTY LASHES will teach you not to open your filthy misogynistic male mouth!!!

                        Yes Mistress.

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                        • #13
                          Kinky! You know, when I was in high school, I always wondered why no one ever asked me out. Everyone would go on about how pretty and smart I was, and I was told that it was because I was STRONG and it was rather intimidating. For a teen-aged male to encounter and opinionated, well spoken female? WOW. Yeah, that could be a bit much. Looking back, and yeah, maybe that was the case. Maybe not. (Note such observations were made by male friends, so it wasn't just "the herd" mentality that got me to ponder that, belieeeeeeeeeeeve me.)

                          Fast-forward to now, and it's likely because they think all women are fucking insane...and this isn't helping the case against that notion.....CAN'T WE FIND THE OFF SWITCH FOR CRAZY IN THE UTERUS?! WHY DON'T WE HAVE MANUALS GOSH DARN IT.
                          "Not all with tits are twisted." -Me

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by KikiSpaghetti View Post
                            Kinky! You know, when I was in high school, I always wondered why no one ever asked me out. Everyone would go on about how pretty and smart I was, and I was told that it was because I was STRONG and it was rather intimidating.
                            You know, there were probably guys out there who would have loved to date you but never would have asked just because they were too scared. No just of you, but in general. It's an horribly stressful thing at that age.

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                            • #15
                              Sure guys are driven biologically to want to meet women, but if women continually make us afraid to talk to them, it's not going to be worth it anymore... most guys can get it out of their system with some computer porn. I'd like to see a day when women of all ages start worrying that men just aren't interested in them so much anymore... Maybe then they'll realize "hey, it wasn't so bad when guys were asking for my phone number".

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