The foolish feminist: Be careful who you call a misogynist, you misandrist
He was defending himself from a false accusation, that is worth anyone's time when they feel they have been wronged.
He called out this for misandry, not what she said about him specifically.
"I LOVE the word mucus! Like a cross between music and kiss—and cervical mucus is my favorite of all the bodily fluids because it’s INTELLIGENT. It changes with fertility. Men don’t quite deserve the word mucus. Semen’s good enough for them."
he was talking about examining days old post sex decaying fluids
The flowback emerges 5-120 min after copulation as a relatively discrete event over a period of 1-2 min in the form of three to eight white globules.
I doubt it. . When I hear the word porn, I think of something that is male yuckkiness and lines men's pockets with money... and semen.
In that post I was specifically replying to post that simply mentioned vaginas and mentioning that we were talking about fluids as a separate issue. So, yeah.
Sperm? Yes. Sperm has a limited shelf life once it's in a vagina. Whichever 10, 000,000, 000 or so don't reach the goal do, in fact, die in there. Not that it's all gross and nasty - it is a natural part of life and sex. But once it dies, it certainly doesn't stay frozen in its perfect sperm shape for all eternity. It "decays."
Several studies have demonstrated that while many people are reluctant to call themselves feminists, they nevertheless agree with the feminist ideal of political, social and economic equality of the sexes. Seriously, what decent person, male or female, wouldn’t want to be a feminist by these basic standards? Unfortunately, the “F” word has become high-jacked by Nagoski and her sanctimonious ilk, and it’s become a term loaded with negative stereotypes of the kind exemplified by her sour and overly vigilant, accusatory, men-are-brutes outlook on life.
the menstrual product industry has employed a three-fold marketing strategy that remains remarkably unchanged almost 100 years later, though its methods may vary: medicalize menstruation as a problematic bodily function; emphasize the importance of hygiene (menstruation as "dirty"); and stress the potential for embarrassment ostensibly inherent in menstruation itself.
OK, delmoi, you are certainly correct that it could have been frozen. However, it didn't come out of either party (man or woman) frozen and in petri dishes. That's kind of a distraction from the argument at hand, and also a really odd thing to visualize (OOOOHHH i'm so COOOLLLLLD!) So let's agree that we're not talking about frozen sperm samples here. We are instead talking about Bering explicitly (or even implicitly for the love of God) saying that women are gross and so is their discharge.
That would be wrong. It was referring to vagina in general which is what I said.
No, this quote is what making shit up looks like. I didn't say it was collected days later, I said the scientists were examining it days later. They didn't personally put beakers up to the vagina of the women so why the fuck would they be disgusted by the process.
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