when guys where tight undies where does their penis go?
Does it like go under and between their legs? Or like to the side? Or up? does it move around during the day and you have to readjust it like a girl has to adjust her boobs?
I do not understand how penises work with vaginas all you do is put on panties and find a way to stem the blood flow once a month or so there’s none of that dangling stuff
There is often pain, there is often squishing and pinching and it is all very painful. There is often a need to readjust where the penis lies because it is stuck, it is pointing the wrong way, is getting rubbed raw by your walking motions, ect. And then in the summer, when things get sticky and sweaty…. it is not a fun time to be a guy.
Uhhh what? Are you wearing underwear designed for women? Or maybe you’re wearing it back to front? Mens underwear is made to have space for your junk. It’s not uncomfortable. I like your blog but I am very worried about you, as a grown man, not being able to wear your underwear without experiencing pain. Sometimes if you’ve had an erection or put your underwear back on right after having sex you might need to adjust.
To set the record straight, I wear boxer briefs everyday and never experience any pain or even discomfort during regular day to day / exercise and I can not figure out how you could.
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Laws are enacted to make sure men and boys are discriminated against and women and girls receive preferential treatment at all levels in society. When men understandably start lagging behind as a result, it is proof of them being inferior or how masculinity is at fault.
Magnificent, isn’t it?
Certainly there are arenas within the legal system that ultimately end up favouring women, but they only do so circumstantially—because menare ultimately favoured socially. Spousal support, for example, is usually granted to women, but that only occurs when and because male partners have higher incomes. Can you give an example of a law that favours women merely based on gender and not as a corrective to the kind of social inequality that’s implicated above? I’m curious.
Sorry. Spousal support is not always granted to the one who is making less.
And laws that discriminate against men? In 2008, a law was passed in England and Wales that allowed long-term domestic violence victims who killed their abuser to be charged with the lesser charge of manslaughter, but this only applies to women. Disregarding the fact that women are just as violent in domestic partnerships as well as dismissing the victims in domestic violence that are gay and trans.
In California and Montana, a woman can name any man she likes as the father, he gets a letter in the mail, if he does not prove he isn’t the father within 30 days—(suppose the letter gets lost by the USPS?)—he is now the father and must pay. He cannot contest it. And DNA tests to prove paternity are not considered proof by the courts.
Then there are the Primary Aggressor laws that were put into place due to VAWA, which results in the man being arrested even though 50% of domestic assaults are mutual, that women are 80% more likely to use weapons during domestic assaults, are more likely to kick, bite, slap, throw objects, and hit with their fists during domestic assaults, and that there is no support for the idea that women only use violence to defend themselves from physical violence.
Or the number of women who falsely accuse a man of rape, who would be sent to prison for 10+ years if convicted, and yet the woman only gets fined or a slap on the wrist.
There is also the gender bias in the Probation Departments:
A higher score on the Probation Assessment Tool (PAT) means a recommendation that could lead to eventual dismissal of charges. A lower score means probation or lockup, not to mention the juvenile delinquent tag. [Judge] Hunt claims PAT routinely rewards girls with 14 extra points for gender alone, while boys get 0.
Proof of courtroom bias against men.
Here is a quote from a post I made 3 months ago:
1. Women are treated better in all aspects of the legal system. For instance, women receive lighter sentences and a higher chance of acquittal, simply for being women.
3. Despite domestic violence being equally committed by women, for the most part only male perpetrators are arrested:
5. It is legal to circumcise male babies against their will. In some places, laws have been passed which forbid any attempts to make male circumcision illegal. Meanwhile, female circumcision is completely illegal, even though some types of female circumcision are equivalent in harm to male circumcision, and other types (a symbolic prick to draw blood) are non-harmful.
6. Men comprise 95% of workplace deaths.
7. Men commit suicide at over triple the rate that women do.
8. The vast majority of prisoners are men.
10. Men who are falsely accused of rape can have their names published and their lives ruined even if they are not convicted or charged - their accuser is protected and is likely to face no punishment, or a light one.
11. Reproductive rights. Men have none. Simply read this story.
12. Parental rights. Men have virtually none. See below.
A woman can name any man she likes as the father, he gets a letter in the mail, if he does not prove he isn’t the father within 30 days—(suppose the letter gets lost by the USPS?)—he is now the father and must pay. He cannot contest it.
A man who is raped while unconscious must likewise pay child support.
13. The majority of homeless are men.
14. Despite men’s need being arguably greater than women, government spending to help women is 10 to 100 times greater than that to help men. That figure is unrelated to medical spending.
15. In 2009/2010 it was $1,516,460 toward men and $57,562,373 toward women. In 2010/2011 it was $3,740,800 toward men and $48,331,443 toward women. In 2008/2009 the province dedicated $561,360 toward men’s resources and $98,983,236 toward women’s resources. (figures are for British Columbia, Canada, but representative of Western society).
16. Female-owned businesses get free government money for literally no reason other than being a woman (i.e. all other factors are equal, same size of business, same income, etc. etc. but the owner’s gender is different = money or no money.
17. On some airlines, men were banned from sitting next to kids on airplanes, simply because they were men. Why? Because men are pedophiles, obviously. This ban remains on some airlines, such as Air New Zealand.
19. The DOE policy in practice: Caleb Warner was accused of rape and expelled from the University of North Dakota, then his accuser was charged with filing a false report. He remains expelled as of June 2011.
20. Selective service. Enough said.
There are women’s only colleges and these are protected by federal law. But men’s only colleges are not allowed in the US.
The Federal criminal sentencing guidelines struck down by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2005 required that males and females who commit the same crime and have the same prior criminal record be sentenced equally. Using data obtained from the United States Sentencing
Commission’s records, we examine whether there exists any gender-based bias in criminal
sentencing decisions. We treat months in prison as a censored variable in order to account
for the frequent outcome of no prison time. Additionally, we control for the self-selection of
the defendant into guilty pleas through use of an endogenous switching regression model. A
new decomposition methodology is employed. Our results indicate that women receive more
lenient sentences even after controlling for circumstances such as the severity of the offense
and past criminal history.
Teen boys who commit a crime are 46 times more likely to be charged and arrested than teen girls who commit the exact same crime.
If you want more, just ask. Or scroll back through my tumblr and/or check my tags. I have a good amount of proof.
There in the background I hear it
Days pass on, waiting waiting
No reason to get up
Working hard doing the same thing over and over
Hoping to meet someone that will make you happy, instead
Things just repeating themselves
The inevitable boredom
Wash rinse repeat
To what end
Days dying with time killed
Chasing the echo of a better time
Is it there or is it just deep in your mind
A fractured memory
To ride the roller coaster the cost is one finger or two toes
“I’d gladly pay twice as much”
I said taking out my belt knife
For I loved roller coasters
And this one is meant to be
Quickly now, untie the ropes
The boat is old, we don’t have much time
Put your hands over the holes
It was not enough
We sank and drowned
I have this notion that a lot of laws are there to coddle stupid people and stop them doing stupid shit. And that without them people would learn valuable lessons, perhaps in not the most pleasant way but definitely a memorable way, and be a bit more reluctant to do stupid shit. If that means we lose a few stupid people I’m not so against it. If anything a weeding out of the most stupid people is only going to help.
And Samuel could remember hearing of a cousin of his mother’s in Ireland, a knight and rich and handsome, and anyway shot himself on a silken couch, sitting beside the most beautiful woman in the world who loved him.
— East of Eden by John Steinbeck
Always wanting what you can’t have, never satisfied with what you do.
Sure you’re 13 but I would tear that shit up.
Also Finn with hairy legs is creepy (creepier than the above statement, not sure).
Fuck Tumblrbot and its rich get richer blog suggestions
In the desert
I saw a creature, naked, bestial,
Who, squatting upon the ground,
Held his heart in his hands,
And ate of it.
I said: “Is it good, friend?”
“It is bitter—bitter,” he answered;
“But I like it
Because it is bitter,
And because it is my heart.”
- Stephen Crane