Love-Sick Teenager Who Won’t Take No For an Answer is Finally Shut Down by his Ex-Girlfriend’s FATHER in an Epic Text Exchange – Men of All Ages Need To Learn to Handle Rejection and to Respect Other People’s Boundaries in Dating

Love-Sick Teenager Who Won’t Take No For an Answer is Finally Shut Down by his Ex-Girlfriend’s FATHER in an Epic Text Exchange – Men of All Ages Need To Learn to Handle Rejection and to Respect Other People’s Boundaries in Dating

If there are any MEN reading this – especially men over the age of 21 – you need to realize that some of you are just as bad in your online behavior, especially on dating sites and apps, as this 15 year old kid is.

See how obnoxiously persistent this teen kid is, how he keeps dragging this exchange on and on with the teen girl’s father? This is how 90% of you men over the age of 21 behave towards grown women online, especially on dating sites.

You men refuse to take “no” from women for an answer, or to choose to view a woman turning you down as the ultimate insult.

You men take rejection by women far too personally, and send negative, nasty, insulting comments to some women, all for merely politely turning you down on a site, for refusing to give you their number, or going on a date with you.

Women you don’t know (single women) don’t owe you squat in life – women don’t owe you a smile, flirtation, chit chat, their phone numbers, sex, emotional support, or dates.

You will be turned down as you go through life by various women you flirt with or ask on dates – it’s a reality. Get over it. Learn to let go, accept defeat graciously, and stop taking it so damn personally.

Learn to respect other people’s boundaries. If a woman or girl tells you “no” or “not interested,” just let it go. Don’t send the girl or woman nasty, insulting messages if or when she turns you down. Just move along.

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One Reason You May Want to Visit My Twitter Account Sometimes

One Reason You May Want to Visit My Twitter Account

(Link): My Twitter Page

I don’t care how many followers I have on Twitter.

This post is not about driving up my Twitter followers.

You can book mark my Twitter page and visit it every so often (that is, you don’t have to follow me, if you bookmark the page and visit it, it will not drive up my follower numbers).

Why would you want to visit my Twitter page?

Because I sometimes come across a lot of news stories there that I do not have the time or interest in blogging about here.

I come across many stories about child abuse by parents, married people who commit crimes, new trends in dating and marriage, why people quit church, articles about sexism (I basically tweet about the same stuff I blog about here), etc, and I simply cannot keep up with it all.

It’s much easier for me to re-tweet news stories I see on twitter than to fire up this blog, and make a post about everything.

One of the annoying things about this blog is I have to not just write up the material, but I have to add categories or tags to each post, which I tire of doing. It’s ten times faster and easier to send a tweet to an article than to write it up here.

So, you may want to consider visiting my Twitter page. The right side of this blog, towards the bottom, shows my latest tweets, but it only goes up to the last 15 or 20 and does not show them all.

You don’t have to join Twitter and “follow” me on there – you can just bookmark the page and visit once in a while. There may be links to articles on there that I do not blog about here.

(Link): My Twitter Page

At some point in the future, I may not be able to Tweet or blog as much as before.

‘Slap Her’: The So-called Heartwarming Video That’s Actually Disturbing by R L Stollar

‘Slap Her’: The So-called Heartwarming Video That’s Actually Disturbing by R L Stollar

(Link): ‘Slap Her’: The So-called Heartwarming Video That’s Actually Disturbing by R L Stollar

Excerpt:

  • A viral video called “Slap Her” is going around Facebook. It features five young Italian boys who are introduced to a young girl named Martina. Luca Lavarone, the videographer, instructs the boys to do a number of things to Martina: say what they like about her, “caress her,” make funny faces at her, and then — finally — to “slap her hard.”

From there, Stollar goes on to critique the video (video is embedded at his blog), and I agree with his critique.

What is supposed to be a message encouraging males to be empathetic towards girls and women actually contains an undercurrent of misogyny and disrespect.

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Related posts on this blog:

(Link):  A Critique of the post “Is It Sexist That Women Twirl?” by Matt Reagan at Desiring God Site

A father has become the first person in Britain to be jailed under new laws governing ‘revenge porn’

A father has become the first person in Britain to be jailed under new laws governing ‘revenge porn’

Usual Christian propaganda:

Part A. Anyone still single and childless over age of 25 or 30 is either selfish, weird, homosexual, or in arrested development;

Part B. Married people / parents are more mature, selfless, ethical, sexually pure and godly than adult single celibates

(Link): First British man jailed for ‘revenge porn’ after posting pics of ex

  • A father has become the first person in Britain to be jailed under new laws governing ‘revenge porn’ after he posted explicit snaps of an ex on the communication service Whatsapp.

    Luke King, 21, had been warned by police twice before he posted the X-rated images, which were taken for the couple’s private use.

    He was prosecuted under the Protection from Harassment Act 1997 after he posted explicit images as his profile picture – allowing all his contacts to see the images.

The Psychology of ‘Backburner’ [Romantic] Relationships (from The Atlantic)

(Link):  The Psychology of ‘Backburner’ Relationships

Excerpts:

  • by Julie Beck
  • It’s natural for humans to pay attention to all their romantic options, and new research shows Facebook helps them do that.
  • The communication is key here. A backburner is not just someone who wanders into your thoughts every once in a while—the college sweetheart whose Facebook photos you occasionally browse, or the cute friend-of-a-friend you met on vacation and have always thought you’d really click with, if you lived in the same city. These “what-ifs” only become backburners if you actually reach out to them.

    Dibble notes that sometimes backburners know they’re backburners and sometimes they don’t—I suppose it depends on whether the communication in question is more artful than a “hey, what’s up?” text sent at 1 a.m.

This is a follow up to this news story:

(Link):  ‘Back-up husbands,’ ‘emotional affairs’ and the rise of digital infidelity