Originally posted by tw0330
And this is why I made the thread. I am tired of the "women are goddesses because of their wombs crap". Why are men so afraid to stand up for
themselves, I thought this was ATS and we weren't afraid voicing our opinion.
I'm aware that my first post in this thread probably made me sound like a raving misogynist, tw0; but the truth is that my overwhelming emotional
response where feminism is concerned, is grief.
I'm very heterosexual, physically. My ex-girlfriend was voluptuous, and I had an overwhelming problem with premature ejaculation with her. The
reason for it, however, was simply my level of excitement with her. I couldn't control my reflexes, in that sense.
Ideally, emotionally and spiritually gratifying
sex would actually be one of the largest parts of my existence. I do truly believe that
making love is probably the genuine apex of human experience; there isn't really anything we can do that is more intensely emotionally rewarding, that
I know of.
Yet at 35, I have had a single sexual partner, and only lost my virginity at 26. I also consider it highly uncertain as to whether or not I will ever
make love again. I've had to repress myself that much psychologically, that it has begun to manifest physically. I'm half bald at this point, and
have experienced hair loss throughout the rest of my body, as well; I'm gradually becoming a eunich, physically...more and more testosterone
deficient. I am extremely lonely at times, and I worry about reaching the end of my life feeling as though it has been empty, and that I have not
really lived at all.
Feminism has caused some (although not all) women to become exceptionally cruel; and they are all the moreso because they maintain in their own minds,
while doing so, that they are still victims and operate from a position of moral superiority.
To any women who read this thread, I can't adequately express the degree to which we as heterosexual men do need you; emotionally, physically,
spiritually. I know a lot of you think that we need you a lot more than you need us; and you're probably correct in that respect. I think we do. I
don't know what I could offer another partner, if I were to have one; I only really have my own need, and it is understandable for women not to be
attracted to that.
It was only a few months before my relationship with my ex girlfriend ended, that I had my first vision of Kali Ma. I tend to think that the reason
why Ma drew me to her, was because she knew that I had already spent most of my life alone, and was probably going to spend the rest of it that way,
as well. I can not draw physical gratification from her, but my faith makes being alone much easier than it used to be. She is good to me, when
sadly, some of her daughters have not been.
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