That’s Right! Even if a Trans Person Has Had “Bottom” Surgery, Nobody is Under Obligation to Date Him or Her (Re: Trans Cartoon)
It’s just adorable and so naive how the leftists who push things like transgenderism think they can shame, insult, or guilt trip people into dating people who they don’t want to date.
Someone posted a cartoon on Twitter arguing that if someone refuses to date a Trans person who has had “bottom surgery,” that he or she is guilty of “transphobia” and is a bigot.
You can view that Tweet on Twitter (Link): here.
You can also view that cartoon further below, where I will embed a screen capture of it.
I am a celibate, cis, never-married woman over the age of 45 and have no interest in dating cis men who are obese, bald, blonde, or red-headed, so I refuse to date cis men who are obese, bald, blonde, or red-headed.
I also refuse to follow, any further, the Christian advice I was raised with, which says I can date only Christian men – I chucked that teaching out the window years ago. (It’s usually called “equally yoked” teaching.)
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Man Arrested for Running a Serial Dating Scam, so He Could Get Birthday Presents All Year Long
I like seeing creativity in dirt bags. He’s not a standard dirt bag, he makes some effort, shows some ingenuity.
(Link): Man Arrested for Running a Serial Dating Scam, so He Could Get Birthday Presents All Year Long
by Alex Parker
….Takashi Miyagawa was working part-time and dating 35 women — an impressive combo, to be sure.
Regrettably — brace yourselves — he wasn’t being completely upfront.
As it turns out, not only were his three-dozen ladies unaware of one another; they had no idea when Takashi had actually been born.
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For Richer Or Poorer? Romance Scams Are Leaving More Online Daters Broke by Sasha Ann Simmons
There are actually several posts on this blog about online dating scams, check under “Related Posts” below – this isn’t my first or only post on this topic.
(Link): For Richer Or Poorer? Romance Scams Are Leaving More Online Daters Broke by S. Simmons
… Being scammed by a romantic interest met online is now the most common type of consumer fraud in the United States, according to the (Link): Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
In 2018, nearly 40 D.C. residents reported falling for online dating scams, for a combined loss of more than $92,000. And the criminal acts go beyond city and state borders, involving networks of accomplices overseas.
“These victims are invested in that relationship and they’re emotional when that person does ask for money,” says Kevin Luebke, a supervisory special agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). “Usually they’re told that something sudden happened where [the offender] needs money now and that [victim] doesn’t have time to reason or ask friends.”
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Grandmother, Age 68, Had ‘Magical’ Sex with Toy Boy Who Swindled Her Out of Thousands
May-December relationships are so disgusting. Both men AND women should stick to dating people close to their age.
(Link): Grandmother, Age 68, Had ‘Magical’ Sex with Toy Boy Who Swindled Her Out of Thousands
by Claire Hubble
Sept 20, 2020
A 68-YEAR-OLD gran has been left distraught after falling head over heels for a toyboy who ended up being a conman – and swindled her out of £18,000.
Beth Haining, who enjoyed ‘magical’ sex and a whirlwind romance with her African lover, is now warning other women of her plight.
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‘Wokefish’ Dating Trend: Shady Men Are Pretending To Be Progressive On Apps
Why would anyone do this? If you’re a right of center person, a moderate, or a classical liberal, why would you even try to date a progressive?
(Link): ‘Wokefish’ Dating Trend: Shady Men Are Pretending To Be Progressive On Apps
by Ben Cost
Online opportunists are redefining the “politics of love” by weaponizing being woke to lure unsuspecting men and women into the sack.
Yes, horny guys are using progressivism as a virtual pickup line.
The latest in a long line of dirty dating tactics to emerge is “wokefishing,” a term coined by writer Serena Smith. “People masquerade as holding progressive political views to ensnare potential partners,”(Link): Smith told Vice. Wokefishermen can be thought of like catfishers — those who use fake online personas to defraud victims — but only for sex instead of money.
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Over 70,000 Tinder Profiles of Women Just Got Dumped on a Cyber-Crime Forum
(Link): Over 70,000 Tinder Profiles of Women Just Got Dumped on a Cyber-Crime Forum
…Aaron DeVera, a member of New York City’s task force on cyber sexual assault, told reporters they discovered the images on a website known for trading in malicious software. (We aren’t disclosing the website’s name for obvious reasons.)
The dump is also accompanied by a text file containing some 16,000 unique Tinder user IDs, which could be the total number of users affected.
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The War Vet, the Dating Site, and the Phone Call From Hell
I published one or two articles similar to this one within the last couple of years.
In one of them, the sexes were flipped around:
American women were being swindled by foreign men over the phone or on dating sites, foreign men who were lying and claiming to be American military servicemen, and these foreigners bilked those women out of many thousands of dollars.
(Link): The War Vet, the Dating Site, and the Phone Call From Hell
Jared Johns found out too late that swapping messages with the pretty girl from a dating site would mean serious trouble. If only he had known who she really was.
[Article discusses how he chatted back and forth online with a person claiming to be an 18 year old American woman, and how this led to a scam to rip him off for thousands of dollars]
[Article goes on to explain how the scammers tried to get money out of Jared]
…Doug Fodeman could have reassured Jared.
For years, Fodeman has been hearing about calls just like the ones that had been terrifying Jared.
Along with a friend, the 64-year-old Massachusetts grade school educator started a website called TheDailyScam .com in 2015, after Fodeman’s son and mother were both hit up by con artists.
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Urgent Warning For Users of Tinder and Other Dating Apps as Rapes and Sexual Assaults Stemming From Their Use skyrocket (2019 Australia)
(Link): Urgent Warning For Users of Tinder and Other Dating Apps as Rapes and Sexual Assaults Stemming From Their Use skyrocket (2019 Australia)
Australians who use dating apps such as Tinder have been warned about the increasing amount of sexual assaults were linked to the online service.
NSW police have confirmed one in five sexual assaults within Sydney’s party spots in the CBD, Kings Cross, Darlinghurst and Newtown happened after an arrangement to meet through a dating app.
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DOJ: Online Dating Scam ‘One Of The Largest Of Its Kind’
(Link): Men in California oversaw a romance scam that targeted women worldwide, feds say
(Link): Online dating scam is ‘one of the largest of its kind’
(Link) DOJ: Online Dating Scam ‘One Of The Largest Of Its Kind’
Many of the victims were elderly women
….The FBI says 32 people from all over the world were swindled out of their money in a dating scam they’re calling, “One of the largest of its kind.”
Many of the victims were elderly women.
FBI agents arrested 11 people in Los Angeles, California and another three around the country. In all, 80 people are facing charges including fraud, money laundering and identity theft.
(Link): Men in California oversaw a romance scam that targeted women worldwide, feds say
By Faith Karimi
August 24, 3029
In March 2016, a man claiming to be a US Army captain stationed in Syria reached out to a Japanese woman on an international site for digital pen pals.
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(Link): A Dallas Man Used Grindr To Target, Assault, And Rob Gay Men
A 24-year-old man has pleaded guilty to using Grindr to lure gay men to a vacant Dallas apartment to assault and then rob them, officials announced.
Michael Atkinson pleaded guilty Thursday to kidnapping and conspiracy charges in a plot that federal prosecutors said targeted gay men in Dallas.
“Unfortunately, this is not the first time we’ve seen despicable crimes on apps like Grindr,” US Attorney Erin Nealy Cox said in a statement. “I want to urge the public to be vigilant online and recognize the dangers that are lurking there.”
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(Link): Lovesick Singles Are the Biggest Target for Scam Artists
by K. Paul, Feb 2019
Romance-related scams are now the most costly form of online fraud, the Federal Trade Commission warned Tuesday.
Losses from dating-related fraud quadrupled in recent years, ballooning from $33 million lost in 2015 to $143 million lost in 2018. In many of these scenarios, people are convinced by strangers they meet online — often on dating apps — to fork over money.
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You Could Be Flirting On Dating Apps With Paid Impersonators by C. R. Stuart-Ulin
It’s a very long article. I read about 95% of it the other day – it’s sad and disturbing.
Some of the suggestions in the manuals the “dating closers” are told to follow by these companies are pretty sexist – they operate on sexist gender stereotypes of what they think women like and want.
(Link): You Could Be Flirting On Dating Apps With Paid Impersonators
Every morning I wake up to the same routine. I log into the Tinder account of a 45-year-old man from Texas—a client.
I flirt with every woman in his queue for 10 minutes, sending their photos and locations to a central database of potential “Opportunities.” For every phone number I get, I make $1.75.
I’m what’s called a “Closer” for the online-dating service ViDA(Virtual Dating Assistants).
Men and women (though mostly men) from all over the world pay this company to outsource the labor and tedium of online dating. The matches I speak to on behalf of the Texan man and other clients have no idea they’re chatting with a professional.
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