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Re: How do we feel about bath houses?

Unread postby Brenden » 12 June 2019, 20:09

GaySpacePirateKing wrote:
Brenden wrote:
GaySpacePirateKing wrote:The male gaze is threatining and predatory.

lol

Whats funny about that?

GaySpacePirateKing wrote:feminist theory
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Re: How do we feel about bath houses?

Unread postby Eryx » 12 June 2019, 20:29

GaySpacePirateKing wrote:Excuse me then if I didn't think it was appropriate to view a gay cruising tactic in quite the same light as it, but sure yeah gay guys can be creepy staring at guys too.
Yeah, dude, it's hard not to lol at that... Can you really equate yourself to a woman, or a gay man to a straight man, or a bathhouse to the sidewalk? I see it as quite a stretch.

And since we're mentioning feminism, I think the most annoying thing about it and its "theory" is that it likes to generalize everything men are or do, making it all threatening and evil. Women have evil gazes too, and gay men are often harassed, especially after his colleagues know about his sexuality. And not all gazes (by men or women) are evil.

If you, an adult person, can't differentiate what's someone looking for reciprocity of attraction to someone who wants to take advantage of you, then that's a social skill issue, not the proof that men -- or the "male gaze," whatever that may be -- are inherently evil.
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Re: How do we feel about bath houses?

Unread postby uncut7in » 12 June 2019, 20:35

I probably only go every 3-6 months as I'm often disappointed. I usually find that there are many more older than younger guys, which is not ideal for me. I usually get oral sex, but rarely anal.
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Re: How do we feel about bath houses?

Unread postby GaySpacePirateKing » 12 June 2019, 20:38

Eryx wrote:Yeah, dude, it's hard not to lol at that... Can you really equate yourself to a woman, or a gay man to a straight man, or a bathhouse to the sidewalk? I see it as quite a stretch.


Sorry but I don't know what your meaning by this.

Eryx wrote:And since we're mentioning feminism, I think the most annoying thing about it and its "theory" is that it likes to generalize everything men are or do, making it all threatening and evil. Women have evil gazes too, and gay men are often harassed, especially after his colleagues know about his sexuality. And not all gazes (by men or women) are evil.


Right feminism is just women generalising and complaining about men then.

Eryx wrote:If you, an adult person, can't differentiate what's someone looking for reciprocity of attraction to someone who wants to take advantage of you, then that's a social skill issue, not the proof that men -- or the "male gaze," whatever that may be -- are inherently evil.


Like where did I suggest I can't tell the difference between someone trying to take advantage of me and someone checking me out.

I think your way missing my point, but I give up.
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Re: How do we feel about bath houses?

Unread postby GaySpacePirateKing » 12 June 2019, 20:42

Brenden wrote:
GaySpacePirateKing wrote:
Brenden wrote:
GaySpacePirateKing wrote:The male gaze is threatining and predatory.

lol

Whats funny about that?

GaySpacePirateKing wrote:feminist theory


Thought you would be cool when you said you were a libertarian socialist, but your nasty to people in a lot of your posts.
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Re: How do we feel about bath houses?

Unread postby Iamjava » 12 June 2019, 20:44

the idea of a libertarian socialist makes my head hurt..
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Re: How do we feel about bath houses?

Unread postby GaySpacePirateKing » 12 June 2019, 20:59

Iamjava wrote:the idea of a libertarian socialist makes my head hurt..


Your entitled to your sore head I guess.
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Re: How do we feel about bath houses?

Unread postby erti » 12 June 2019, 21:04

You're not going to see very many feminist at a primarily gay men forum.
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Re: How do we feel about bath houses?

Unread postby Eryx » 12 June 2019, 21:12

GaySpacePirateKing wrote:Right feminism is just women generalising and complaining about men then.
I'll quote myself to answer that one with a couple of emboldened words for better reading comprehension.
I think the most annoying thing about it
That's hardly saying all of feminism is generalizations.
erti wrote:You're not going to see very many feminist at a primarily gay men forum.
Granted gay men aren't going to be feminist women or agree with everything some women see men as (since they're men themselves and can counterpoint some arguments by experience), but there's no bigger ally to feminism than the LGBT, so I respectfully disagree. I'm just not going to agree with everything just because I like women and agree with equality.
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Re: How do we feel about bath houses?

Unread postby GaySpacePirateKing » 12 June 2019, 21:14

erti wrote:You're not going to see very many feminist at a primarily gay men forum.


Feminism would do gay men good.
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Re: How do we feel about bath houses?

Unread postby erti » 12 June 2019, 21:19

Eryx wrote:]Granted gay men aren't going to be feminist women or agree with everything some women see men as (since they're men themselves and can counterpoint some arguments by experience), but there's no bigger ally to feminism than the LGBT, so I respectfully disagree. I'm just not going to agree with everything just because I like women and agree with equality.


It's Mainly the lesbian community. I've not see very many feminist gay men. Just my experience. Not saying they have to agree with everything in the feminist movement to be feminist but from what I experience most think feminist movement has been overbearing in ways.
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Re: How do we feel about bath houses?

Unread postby GaySpacePirateKing » 12 June 2019, 21:24

Eryx wrote:
That's hardly saying all of feminism is generalizations.[/quote]

Well sorry if it seemed like you were heading that way cause you basically laughed off feminist "theory" and said it likes to generalise....

Whatever though I not really interested in what you think of feminism anyway.

But probably is worth mentioning that feminism includes quite a lot of different competing viewpoints. Different types or meanings of the word feminism depending on different ideologies.
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Re: How do we feel about bath houses?

Unread postby Iamjava » 12 June 2019, 21:35

end womens suffrage!

for the record, i believe libertarian socialism is oxymoronic and probably not a true political belief.
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Re: How do we feel about bath houses?

Unread postby erti » 12 June 2019, 21:37

Iamjava wrote:end womens suffrage


:rolleyes:
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Re: How do we feel about bath houses?

Unread postby GaySpacePirateKing » 12 June 2019, 21:41

Iamjava wrote:end womens suffrage!

for the record, i believe libertarian socialism is oxymoronic and probably not a true political belief.


You want me to spank your ass or something is that it? :lol:

I mean a might if you were a lefty...
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Re: How do we feel about bath houses?

Unread postby Shaved-Nudist » 12 June 2019, 22:05

I would like to visit one, however there isn't one in my area. It sounds like a fun time.
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Re: How do we feel about bath houses?

Unread postby Brenden » 12 June 2019, 22:26

GaySpacePirateKing wrote:
Brenden wrote:
GaySpacePirateKing wrote:
Brenden wrote:
GaySpacePirateKing wrote:The male gaze is threatining and predatory.

lol

Whats funny about that?

GaySpacePirateKing wrote:feminist theory

Thought you would be cool when you said you were a libertarian socialist, but your nasty to people in a lot of your posts.

Being a libertarian socialist egalitarian, I find feminism distasteful, and can only but laugh at blatantly misandrist feminist theory bullshit. It’s done such a great job of alienating half the proletariat, one wonders whether it’s not a tool of the bourgeoisie. Intersectionality is a pièce de résistance of divisiveness.
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Re: How do we feel about bath houses?

Unread postby GaySpacePirateKing » 12 June 2019, 22:33

Brenden wrote:
GaySpacePirateKing wrote:
Brenden wrote:
GaySpacePirateKing wrote:
Brenden wrote:
GaySpacePirateKing wrote:The male gaze is threatining and predatory.

lol

Whats funny about that?

GaySpacePirateKing wrote:feminist theory

Thought you would be cool when you said you were a libertarian socialist, but your nasty to people in a lot of your posts.

Being a libertarian socialist egalitarian, I find feminism distasteful, and can only but laugh at blatantly misandrist feminist theory bullshit. It’s done such a great job of alienating half the proletariat, one wonders whether it’s not a tool of the bourgeoisie. Intersectionality is a pièce de résistance of divisiveness.


Yeah... You're not libsoc then.
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Re: How do we feel about bath houses?

Unread postby Brenden » 12 June 2019, 22:35

Iamjava wrote:for the record, i believe libertarian socialism is oxymoronic and probably not a true political belief.

For the record, libertarian socialism, also known as left-libertarianism, is a range of political philosophies older than Marxism and far older than right-libertarianism, or big-L Libertarianism as it is in the United States.
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Re: How do we feel about bath houses?

Unread postby Brenden » 12 June 2019, 22:45

GaySpacePirateKing wrote:
Brenden wrote:
GaySpacePirateKing wrote:
Brenden wrote:
GaySpacePirateKing wrote:
Brenden wrote:
GaySpacePirateKing wrote:The male gaze is threatining and predatory.

lol

Whats funny about that?

GaySpacePirateKing wrote:feminist theory

Thought you would be cool when you said you were a libertarian socialist, but your nasty to people in a lot of your posts.

Being a libertarian socialist egalitarian, I find feminism distasteful, and can only but laugh at blatantly misandrist feminist theory bullshit. It’s done such a great job of alienating half the proletariat, one wonders whether it’s not a tool of the bourgeoisie. Intersectionality is a pièce de résistance of divisiveness.

Yeah... You're not libsoc then.

Being in different subsets doesn’t mean we’re not in the same superset.
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