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9:01 PM yesterday msanonymous commented on Luke Cage: We Don't Need Another Hero.
Mr. Mudede you do realize that superheroes aren't real right? That they were at heart power fantasies made to entertain children, though they managed to capture the attention of authors and artists who were able to make them more.

I mean surely you can understand why simply being bulletproof would be an important power to a black man?
8:55 PM yesterday msanonymous commented on Savage Love Letter of the Day: Mom's Boundless Boundary Issues.
@7 Nope. Sorry paying for college doesn't mean that one has to put up with slut-shaming nosiness. And if the offer to pay wasn't made in good faith that's a damn good reason to never see or speak to her Mom again.

Dan's right. You want to have your boundaries respected you need to enforce them.
Oct 23 msanonymous commented on Savage Love.
Mexas I love how you twisted 'feeling unsafe' into 'racism'. But then this ties in the pervasive belief that all women are liars. That what we say doesn't matter unless we have concrete evidence backing it up.

Look I agree if legal action is brought both sides must be investigated. But no one is saying the drunk should be arrested, only questioning why we have a society where the feelings of a drunk guy being a creep are considered more important than a child's well-being.
Oct 21 msanonymous commented on Savage Love.
@86 Look I think it's pretty likely that this guy didn't have a rape van warmed up in the parking lot, but so what? That doesn't make his actions somehow acceptable. That's like saying it's okay to stab someone as long as you don't hit an artery.

No. This is not okay. I mean the simple fact the guy was drunk off ass is not okay. And someone else brought up the question how did he get to store and how is he getting back? How many people are going to be dragged under this guy's bumper?

He's not an oppressed victim. He's not being treated unfairly. You don't want parents mad at you don't grab their kids and be creepy about it.

#90 brought up a good point that there's a chance Oodle would've been screaming blue murder had a 'boy' been assaulted. But a little girl? She might as well get used to it.
Oct 20 msanonymous commented on Savage Love.
Oodletrend you're a Rapist Cheerleader.

I'm going to say that again. You sir are a cheerleader for rapists. Everything you've said so far makes it clear that you think it's okay for women to be molested, harassed and assaulted. It's clear you think this is acceptable behavior and that you want it to continue.

I feed bad for you daughter. I fear for the day when someone goes to far and you jump to their defense. The day when you happily throw your daughter under the bus to protect some scumbag who assaulted her. You are a creep of a worst sort.

Fuck off.
Oct 17 msanonymous commented on Savage Love Letter of the Day: Her Girlfriend Won't Fuck Her.
LW why are you so hot to rekindle things. You GF has shown on multiple occasions that she views the rules for her and the rules for you to be completely different things. Maybe she's bored, maybe she was never that into you, maybe it's just a cruel way to fuck with your head. But you need to get this woman out of your life.
Oct 6 msanonymous commented on Savage Love Letter of the Day: A Counterpoint to Last Week's Tweet Storm of Advice for Straight Men.
@103 It's more a drip-drip-drip thing. Every movie where the ex is humiliated for rejecting the protagonist, every time guy friends rag a on a girl for saying 'no'. Every time we see judges, lawyers, and reporters bending over backwards to support rapists, every time you hear about a woman being killed or assaulted and someone says 'well what did she expect'?

It's not one big moment but thousands of small ones.
Oct 5 msanonymous commented on Savage Love Letter of the Day: A Counterpoint to Last Week's Tweet Storm of Advice for Straight Men.
@42 There's an uncomfortable we like to avoid.

Love is unfair.

And love should be unfair. No one should be forced to be in a relationship with someone else. That way lies madness and pain.

It sucks. Decent people may have a hard time finding love. Some people may never find it. But that's life.

The problem is we keep feeding people, especially men, this line that they are owed sex and relationships and that it's okay to be violent or mean when it doesn't happen. We like it's okay to murder or assault a woman for turning them down. We keep teaching people that being in a relationship, even a shitty one, is better than being alone and the being single is The Worst Thing in the World.

This is what we have to stop.
Oct 4 msanonymous commented on SL Letter of the Day: Equilateral Triad.
CC I'll regret this but WHAT KIDS? Nothing in the letter indicate the LW has kids, or wants kids. As far as I can tell no kids are involved in this at all.

So what are you going on about? Who are you trying to protect by attacking these men who are simply trying to define their relationship?

No orphans are tied to railroad tracks, no infants are being kidnapped. There are no children, stop bringing them up. Stop using the mere existence as children as some kind of weapon against people you don't like.
Oct 4 msanonymous commented on Savage Love Letter of the Day: A Counterpoint to Last Week's Tweet Storm of Advice for Straight Men.
The problem with the 'women like assholes' narrative is that far too often the 'assholes' are simply people who are confident. People who get dates because they women out. People who are willing to put themselves out there and look.

I'm willing to bet a lot of 'assholes' these guys complain about are nice people, only they never saw that through the haze of jealousy and entitlement.

I don't understand why the concept of 'if you want a relationship you have to ask people out' is such an anathema to these guys.