"There is no amount of pretty in the world that can cover a venomous heart."

Ah, the irony! Rhonda Huntress said that, and she also said:

http://forums-archive.secondlife.com/327/85/252954/3653.html (The quote in Rio's post, sixth post down.)

http://forums-archive.secondlife.com/327/85/252954/3828.html (Top post.)

Tuesday, 21 January 2014

OBR - One Boring Rant

St Valentine's Day is fast approaching. Well, even though the days are getting longer (OK, it's daylight hours that are extending, not the days themselves; that would be ridiculous, or if true it would mean that climate change would actually be something worth talking about) they are becoming more boring as everyone recovers from overindulgence during the Solstice holidays. Apart from the false hope offered by Jumpy's re-emergence (sorry, mate, you are now officially yesterday's news) and the continuing fascinating news from the subcontinent regarding the availability of professional sex-surrogates, the various Linden Lab internet properties are officially a source of mind-numbing ennui. That's not to say that LL hasn't tried to improve things by removing Private Messaging (not that I allowed anybody to message me anyway) although their other attempt to enhance the Feed by preventing the posting of lookatme images has only been an incomplete success.

But other internet platforms are available. For example - and this is why I referred to February 14 at the start of this post - the liberal lack of taste censorship - even in a fascist semi-democracy like Greece - means that Moaner is allowed to persist with her quasi-libellous campaign to convince anybody who can stay awake long enough that I am pro-rape. The silly girl is persisting in her delusionary belief that just because I consider that "gender-based violence" is a misleading term when it is actually used to describe violence against women, I support the latter.

Statistics show convincingly that males are significantly more likely than women to be subject to violence - to such an extent that four out of every three are likely to be victims of violence during their lifetime, if you used the same nonsensical presentation as the OBR semi-amateur PR machine endorses. So if you are going to have a campaign to raise the profile of "gender-related violence" why does it focus solely on women as victims? I am not going to suggest they enjoy that role - even though I consider that everyone who participates in a less than regulated internet forum is masochistic, except me - but rather I am going to call the organisers out as hypocrites: Say what you mean, you propaganda cowards, stop using mealy-mouthed inaccurate politically incorrect terminology and publicise the event as one which has its focus as violence against women because they are women.

That isn't just about sexual violence, either. It's about them being easy victims because they are relatively weak in comparison with men; because they allow their emotions to rule their logic, and hang on to relationships with violent men (because they love them irrationally, or because no rational man would have them?) and remain silent when offered the opportunity to change their circumstances.

I find it situationally ironic that OBR schedules its terpsichorean celebration (yeah, dance against violence, that's effective) on the anniversary date universally recognised to commemorate a man being beaten, stoned and beheaded. Are those feminists organising OBR deliberately celebrating violence against men?

Pep (Of course, you might subscribe to the belief that St Valentine's cult was invented by Chaucer, as a cautionary tale warning those who wished to encourage the insanity of inter-gender commitment that it would end in tears.)

PS I also find it amusing, particularly since it directly contradicts those who claim otherwise, that the most recent publication of Eve Ensler, the born-again lesbian and false memory syndrome sufferer who founded OBR, is entitled "I am an Emotional Creature", an extract - expressing its main theme being: "Things do not come to me as intellectual theories or hard-shaped ideas".Work that reptile brain baby!

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