Jezebel: Textbook Stupidity; Frat Email Explains Women Are "Targets," Not "Actual People" (Margaret Hartmann, March 8, 2011)
thetechdonkey approved by Fri 11 Mar 2011 2:47 PM
1. Can we out this guy so that all his future employers and girlfriends see his name next to this in Google?
2. Really, the only solution is to take over the country--we're better educated and more tolerant and loving--and place men in camps and farms for heavy labor and sperm donation. Those who have other more mental skills that are useful (mathematics and engineering) and are not deemed a threat can have electronic monitoring devices that allow them to interact with women at work for a few hours a day.
baconismyaesthetic promoted by rainandroses (semi-unpro) Wed 09 Mar 2011 9:09 PM
After reading this piece of racist, women-hating filth, I take comfort in the thought that this sociopath will be outed, and as long as he lives, future lovers, employers, in-laws will be able to read this and see the kind of person he is. For as long. As. He. Lives.
DexterHaven @SarahMC 30 Sep 2010 4:47 PM
…That is, that these guys are egregious bros, she was doubtless labelled a slut by them and others, and any consequences to be borne will be hers. That's not to say that she shouldn't have done it…
Rooo sez BISH PLZ Wed 09 Mar 2011 7:10 PM
These types should get a government-mandated tattoo across their foreheads saying "DON'T DATE ME".
rhymeswithfeather 30 Sep 2010 4:20 PM
...While I'm NOT condoning this, what 99% of people fail to realize is that no, it's NOT the same thing when a man does this...
Ms.Frost @rhymeswithfeather 30 Sep 2010 4:27 PM
…When a woman posts it, she is admitting to an unpopular behavior and while some of the men might bristle at their inclusion (especially those identified as having a small dick), for the most part it will do very little to their reputations, social life, or dating prospects.
It's not OK, but that doesn't make it the same as if it were reversed.
andromache the epigraphist 09 Oct 2010 11:43 PM
wow, she really put a lot of work into this. while I might not agree with her lifestyle choices, I respect her commitment to such a project.
EsRos27 promoted by Kaila Hale-Stern approved by 07 Oct 2010 2:43 PM
Everyone does silly things sometimes, like making lists of hookups, etc. She did a silly thing that got out of hand.
Although I disagree with some of the things she finds hot, that's why there's chocolate and vanilla, right (and, that is not a race reference)?
I do feel bad for her. I mean... She made this funny thing to send to her friends, and then one or more of then thought it was funny and sent it to someone else and so one. So, it got out of hand…
…However, that doesn't mean I am in any way criticizing the author's desire to put this in writing. People love to write their own stories that are important to them at the time.