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Feh. . . Women. . .

This is something that has been rolling around in my head for about a year now, but its finally begun to crystalize into a concrete idea, Women, the crazy ones should be tagged and tracked with color coded ear tags, like wild animals, as fair warning, for the young buck interested in them. This is the level and type of "issue" this one has, can you deal with it?  Still need to work out a color coding scheme. But it would have to be easily recognizable.

P.S. My dad is already trying to hook me up with the daughters of his friends who are my age.

Rev

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anhedoniac13
Jan. 19th, 2005 11:46 am (UTC)
You've been involved in the goth/industrial scene for how long?

If this post wasn't so obviously offensive I would point out the use of subcultures, faux-subversive fashion, and other so-called "alternative" external methods of defining the sheep from the not-so-sheep-but-have-issues.

Those that are retarded to social growth will ALWAYS make themselves known within society. This includes males and females.
razorslave
Jan. 19th, 2005 12:43 pm (UTC)
LOL, I've been involved in the Goth/Industrial Scene for over 10 years and that's a huge part of my point.

This isnt a sheep Vs not-sheep argument or discussion or necessarily a subcultural issue.

This is a crazy bitch vs sane emotionally healthy broad issue. The crazies are everywhere and they're MORE concentrated in the Goth Industrial Scene, it seems to attract them. The fact that I've only met about 3 emotionally healthy females (That I'm sure of and would trust) in the Scene in 10 years just illustrates my point even more. Everybody has baggage, thats an accepted fact. But the people in the scene are all fucked.

Rev
anhedoniac13
Jan. 19th, 2005 01:00 pm (UTC)
>This isnt a sheep Vs not-sheep argument or discussion or necessarily a subcultural issue.

Agreed. Sheep vs. not-so-sheep was not my point, either. However, social outcasts, the emotionally stunted, and those with issues (and the fact that they are both female AND male), was. I won't even get into the offensive female objectification you alluded to in your post.

10 years is a long time to be involved in a "scene" and I'm willing to bet that the majority of your adult experience with women has been while you were involved in one subculture or another, right? Drama is an essential ingredient to any club scene, especially one that breed on self-hate and drama. Not exactly ideal for attracting "sane emotionally healthy broads". My point being that people mark themselves as "crazy bitches" externally ALL THE TIME (gauged out ears, tattoos - regardless of how trend driven, clothing that screams, "Look at me! I'm an outcast that doesn't need your attention! LOOK! AT! ME!) and if that's the kind of women you're looking for - good luck in finding her in THAT social gene pool.
razorslave
Jan. 19th, 2005 02:36 pm (UTC)
Point Taken. But I'm going to wallow in my pointed female objectification for a while, I've just been put through one hell of an emotional wringer and to do anything other than that right now is to invide all kinds of fucked up things in to my life, things which would be far more damaging to me and mine that a little harmless venting and objectification.

Rev