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Sugar Baby Feminism!
Feminism is leading directly to 1 in 10 college girls (at least) becoming functional prostitutes - called "sugar babies" because I suppose they have cavities.
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  1. JimDandy says:

    Hey, uh… can anyone who knows what they are talking about confirm what he’s saying about IQ–that men’s brains continue to develop complexity after women’s brains have already stopped developing?

  2. The issue is oligarchy, not feminism per se. The same thing happened in Venice during the oligarchy, see the film “Dangerous Beauty” for a Sixteenth Century version of this. Blame libertarians for allowing an oligarchy to form under the platitudes pushed by creatures like this man.

  3. ssohara says:

    This is insanity.

    Why the heck would you prostitute yourself when you could either get married or work a job and pay for yourself? If you want to be an independent woman, the way to do this is to, you know, actually BE independent. Have actual skills that are worth something. Well, I guess bedroom skills would count, but… NO.

    Sex is something precious you share with someone you love, trust and respect. It’s not something you do to pay for your tuition.

    The thing is, you can always pay for college if you are actually qualified. If you really belong in college, then you can get scholarships, or if you need to, you can take out student loans, but since you’ll graduate with an actual job that pays well, you can pay those loans back. Plus you can do smart things like go to a community college close to home to knock out a few courses if you need to, or go to a state school instead of an elite school for your undergrad. Then, go to Harvard or MIT for your master’s degree, at that point you can get an assistantship.

    I’ve got a master’s degree and was halfway through a PhD and never had to pay for graduate school.

    So it’s all bullsh*t, this thing about women becoming working girls because college is so expensive. What they are really saying is that they are too lazy to properly think through their options and maybe get a summer job they might not like to cover their bills.

    So they screw up their ability to enjoy sex with men…

    Here’s the thing. I like sex. And I don’t want to damage my enjoyment of sex by turning it into a commodity.

    I am very selective. Until I got engaged, I was a virgin. Since then, I have not “played the field”. I continue to be very selective and am, at the age of 51, on only my second lover. I am not with the man for his money.

    I never understood how women could have a hard time having an orgasm. Every time I’ve had sex, I’ve had multiple orgasms. I’ve come to the conclusion that the reason for this is that I only have sex with men who genuinely love me, that I love and trust. So I don’t have any walls up and I can fully enjoy the experience and the bonding.

    I still tell young women to wait – don’t have sex with men just because they buy you dinner. Wait until you know him as a person and he knows you.

    Sex is for someone you love and trust and respect absolutely. Anything less is a violation of the sanctity of your own body.

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