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originally posted by: UKTruth
Very confused by this OP to be honest.
In terms of the guy who keeps posting on facebook, there is nothing wrong with it all - unless the woman has told to him to get lost, which wasn't clear.
As for the young Aussie guys singing songs about women and rating them, there is nothing wrong with it all.
Young men have always assessed women's looks and will continue to do so until the human race dies out.
By now, I’m sure you’ve read about the man who took a creep shot of a woman doing her fruit and veggie shopping at Woolies. He thought it would be romantic to post it on their Facebook page and then say he’d turn up everyday in the same spot until she acknowledged him.
WHy is it specific towards men? I've met plenty of.. shall we say, "colourful" women over the years, voicing opinions and using language that would make a hooker blush.
originally posted by: luciferslight
a reply to: intrptr
It's easy for any kid to turn corrupt now, then it was 30 years ago?
Let him grow up in a decent home, a decent school system and hand him a phone with high speed internet.
Before you know it, he's a fappster.
originally posted by: Dark Ghost
What I do object to are the examples she uses to support her message as being representative of a deep cultural problem.
She has the audacity to place herself on a pedestal as though she is the bastion/authority of women's rights. Also, the way she stereotypes young males because of the actions of a small minority is illogical.
originally posted by: SprocketUK
I'm not offended by what you posted, I am thinking there is a disconnect with a lot of males when it comes to having respect for other people, in particular, women.
Frankly, if my boys behaved like this I'd give them a slap. its shameful.
originally posted by: LesMisanthrope
If Facebook pages and bus chants are all you have to worry about, my dear, then we've come a long way.
...says someone who is so concerned about political correctness that he wrote a narrative on it for ATS.
Everyone has their pet issues. I noticed you haven't started a thread about something REALLY important, like starving children in Africa.
originally posted by: BelowLowAnnouncement
Cultural differences aside, do you think these people don't know right from wrong?