misogynists and incels: what do you think of women?
- FoofaLv 710 months ago
It's right there in the Greek roots of the word, misein (“to hate”) and gynē (“woman”). That should be self evident to you.
- Anonymous10 months ago
I personally don't find women to be attractive, and I prefer other men physically.
- Laela JaneLv 611 months ago
I think very highly of them. It's feminism I hate. People don't know how to differentiate between the two. Yet, I see how they can't; a very few women do not swallow whole what feminists hand them. Everything and anything feminists hand me as truth you bet I am going to question it.
- 11 months ago
I am neither as I am married and I am quite fond of women; just not more fond of women than I am men so I can't call myself a feminist since feminism appears to be extreme love of women as a collective (despite their efforts to mask it as humanitarianism, it is not).
My opinion is humans are human and each one has their own pros/cons/mehs that need to be evaluated. Sure, I've been burned by a few, but I'm not a misogynist over it.
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- Anonymous11 months ago
Yeah, I'm a misogynist but not an incel. The only misogyny I have is that I view women as a source of sexual stimulation. I don't care about love. I only care about lust. Lust is biological thing which every living creature enjoys. Love is a headache. Love gives you false expectations. But inspite of what I said, there are many other things in life other than sex. I don't care if a woman chooses to be independent.
- FusionLv 611 months ago
I have no opinion of women in general, I just avoid them because I assume that they wouldn't like me.
Not a misogynist, but I probably fall under the definition of an incel.