I’m not living in this house next summer. Get your attitude checked before you yell at me for mine. Maybe if you stopped with your childish shit and treated me like an adult instead of a 6 year old, we’d get along better. Stop demanding me to do stuff and ask. Don’t fucking yell at me for being in my room all the time, and then yell at me when I’m not in it. The reason why I’m always in my room is because I don’t have to put up with your shit there. I’m sick of it and moving out next summer. Over it.
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i acknowledge that some women have rape fantasies but i think that’s less of a “kink” and more of a very sad kind of internalised sexism
I think that’s a really unfair, and possiblyheterosexist, over generalization. A big part of kink roleplay, including rape fantasies, is about communication and trust on a level which surpasses mainstream culture’s ideas about consent. Generally labeling kinks as conditions of oppression and something to be ashamed of is problematic in and of itself. Telling women that the stuff they fantasize about is very sad and based on their oppression and shouldn’t be respected as part of their own agency isn’t hitting the root of the perceived problem at all, its just shaming women for embracing what turns them on - something mainstream society has always done and continues to do today. Consensual non-consent isn’t a problem. Masturbation fantasies aren’t a problem. Rape is a problem. Shaming women’s desires is a problem.
Can we also talk about how estimates of 40-60% doesn’t exactly mean just “some” but rather “a really big fucking chunk” of women?