A man’s point of view about Sex in America

Opinion

 A man’s point of view of sex in America.

Below is an opinion piece that was written by a reader of this blog. Research that I have done concludes that a growing amount of American men feel similar to the opinion stated below.

 I would like to get a response from readers about how they feel about the following statement.  (Please respond in the comment section of this blog about your feelings on this statement below):

From Chris (Reader of this blog):

“There are many feminist women’s groups who lobby the government and make the government and Law enforcement believe that all men are evil and all women are angels that can do no wrong when it comes to sex.  It is very interesting that none of these anti-sex trafficking groups believe that a man can be a sex trafficking victim.

Since they believe it is impossible for a man to be a victim when it comes to sex.

(Some of these groups include: Polaris Project, Traffick911, Not for Sale, A Future Not A Past, Shared Hope International, Salvation Army, Women’s Funding Network, The Dallas Women’s Foundation, and many others like them.) These anti-sex hate groups have nothing to do with helping abused sex trafficking victims because of the following reason:

“If there was a loose  adult woman in a town who was not a prostitute – just a normal woman who has a high sex drive and has consensual sex and dates many different men for free of her own free will,  and who flirts with a lot of men.  These so-called anti-sex trafficking groups would think that was horrible, terrible thing and the woman and the men who date her must stop this behavior.  These groups would lobby the government to make laws to forbid this type of behavior.  These anti-sex trafficking groups believe that a grown adult woman should not be having sex with men for any reason.   They believe that the act of an adult woman having consensual sex with men of her own free will is in fact, a disgusting, vile, unnatural, abusive act that must be stopped at all costs.”

The anti-sex trafficking groups openly believe and promote that ALL men are rapists or future rapists that are not to be trusted.  The prejudice and sexist hating of men is politically correct and encouraged in countries like America and Great Briton.  Which the American government then forces other countries to make anti-male laws or face economic or military sanctions.  This creates a terrible environment for men since hating men because they are men is considered the right thing to do.

These anti-sex trafficking and feminist groups believe that all women should be treated like children in regards to sex.  They feel that it is impossible for an adult woman to give consent to sex with a man.  Therefore all sex with a man is considered rape.   Any woman who tells them that they gave consent to sex with a man they feel must be coerced, forced to say that, or mentally insane and needs mental help.  Because what women in their right mind would ever consent to having sex with a man?

The feminist women’s groups on college campus, in law enforcement, and government in America believe that when a woman says YES to sex –she really means NO. No matter what the woman says or does the answer to sex is always –NO!  YES means NO!  No means NO, maybe means NO, silence means NO.  If she gets sexy and physical with a man, and says she wants sex, the man must realize the answer is still NO!  And walk away. 

My best advice for men is:  — DON’T HAVE SEX WITH A WOMAN!  PERIOD!  – If you do, you can have lots of problems with the government, police, law enforcement, women’s groups, feminists, anti-sex trafficking groups, social services,  church leaders, lawyers, law makers, the universities, college, work supervisors, the news and the media.”

-Chris

(Reader of this blog)

Link with some supporting views written by a woman:

http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424127887324600704578405280211043510

Link to website explaining how the police and politicians abuse prostitutes

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One Response to A man’s point of view about Sex in America

  1. drachefly says:

    You want to know what I think of this?

    There are definitely groups out there with an anti-sex agenda. There are some – fewer – groups out there with an anti-male agenda.

    Getting from that to ‘don’t have sex with women, period’ is face-palmingly stupid and more than a tiny bit evil.

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