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Anonymous asked in Social ScienceGender Studies · 2 months ago

What I don’t get about men: Why  do men defend men’s superiority to women but then get defensive when they are called gay? ?

It’s like they defend and defend men.. 

and then erupt in defence when you call them homo? 

Which one is it? 

Do they like or hate women? 


My honest opinion is that men love & worship men. They see men as superior and the only gender that is “all the way human”. 

Men see women as on this planet to serve them. And they love to degrade and dehumanise women.. because derr, they don’t see women as “all the way human”. Relationships to men are all about proving to other men that they can get and degrade a slave.. that they can pass on their seed and prove to other men that they are worthy beings capable of acquiring slaves (women). 

2 Answers

  • Bill
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    So to review in your mind a man must see women as equals in orders to be straight and a relationship with a man is slavery even if you agreed to date him, live with him, have sex with him, and perhaps even marry him. 

    So just so you know, all of that is nonsense. A mans sexual orientation has nothing to do with his views on women being equal to men and women decide on their own free will to be in a relationship with a man and do things for him. 

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    The main reason someone would get defensive in this case isn't because they were called "gay" and that contradicts their sexuality. They get defensive because the word was used only for the sake of insulting them. Even a gay person wouldn't be happy about someone throwing the term around to insult them.

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