A Man Emailed His Wife A Spreadsheet That Logged All The The Times She'd Said No To Sex




This is it. This is pretty much the pentacle of male privilege in the U.S. When a husband whole heartedly believes that he is a victim to unfair treatment by his wife because she denied him sex 26 times in a month.  

When a man think his pleasures is more important than a women NOT WANTING TO HAVE SEX and since they are married he has every right to her body and by denying him access to her body she is denying him said right. 

He thinks her “excuses” for having sex are also unreasonable. And what are some of those “excuses”?

-She was too tired to have sex.

-She was sick.

-She was too drunk.

-She felt tender (in vaginal region) after having sex the other day.

-They didn’t have enough time because they had somewhere to be. (Which means he was fully prepared to have enough time to get himself off INSIDE his wife while knowing they wouldn’t have enough time for her pleasure)

These are all unreasonable “excuses”

 I saw the Reddit thread, and most people were siding with him because she was committing the unacceptable crime of not having sex with him, and even among those who were more sympathetic were starting with ”he did it in an immature way…BUT” and it’s just so depressing how much people hate women that are not ”fulfilling their purpose” of being fucked by men. 

The comments on the Buzzfeed link are full of women defending the guy.

It makes me so fucking sick.

(via commiekinkshamer)

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Anonymous:  isn't this cultural appropriation? akhilarm(.)tumblr(.)com/post/77956119838 ; It's a post with a white person with tattoos of Ancient Egyptian gods + symbols. If it's an ancient culture which isn't maintained today, isn't it still appropriation? Because loads of people who make posts against cultural appropriation seem to have reblogged it too.



I have no idea if this is cultural appropriation or not, but it does seem that way. I also don’t know where to direct you, sorry!

But I can tell you that, yes, a “dead” culture can still be appropriated.

(Does anyone, specifically an Egyptian person, have any thoughts on this?)

bloglikeanegyptian has posted many times on Ancient Egyptian cultural appropriation, I’m on the mobile app so I cant post a direct link but you probably wont have to look too far to find it

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sandiroseskips:  Hi! I'm a bit confused. I don't feel comfortable identifying as a woman (I'm dfab) or a man. And I have no desire to change my genitals or name. I mostly dress in androgynous/male fashion (jeans, t shirts,suspenders and hats) and don't mind being called 'he' or 'she'. But sometimes I like wearing dresses and make up. Does this mean I might be androgynous because I like masculine and feminine traits and use both? I'm just really confused and maybe you can help me.

There are a few phrases used to describe this, such as genderfluid, genderqueer, and androgynous. But you are only these things if you say you are. If you don’t feel comfortable identifying definitively as a man or a woman, you may want to try identifying as genderfluid, or whichever term you feel comfortable calling it, and see if that makes you feel comfortable.

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