“We have no African gang problem!”
Not at all.
When a society cucks out to leftists so hard that it has to avoid blatant facts in order to adhere to the globalist agenda, you know that society is on a path to failure.
Have you ever wondered what attention whoring looks like?
If you were raped or sexually assaulted by a man, you would report it to the cops, be traumatised by it and probably not be staying Facebook friends with your perpetrator, right?
You wouldn’t tag them on Facebook updates, right?
Well lets see here..
Exhibit A: Sub-par Asian girl who is considered bottom quartile in every city in Asia.
Feminist Views – Check
Pink Hair – Check
Attention Whore – Check
Average/Below Average Looks – Check
Tatted Up – Check
Beta Herb involved is using Feminism/Liberalism as a means to get laid – Check
Today I am choosing to use my voice to talk about an evil that is so taboo and deranging that we, as a society, give it the power and strength to poison our world. This evil is known by the name of rape.
Rape is such an uncomfortable and scary subject that people find it easier not to address or confront it, thus enabling it to fester and grow and survive in the shadows. By not openly talking about a matter as serious as rape, we give it more power. We, as a society, seem so uncomfortable discussing rape that we often blame the victims of assault rather than dealing with the issue as a whole, its roots and its perpetrators.
On the other hand, shining a light on this issue and addressing it directly can be an effective way to lessen its impact, spread awareness and help create the world we want to live in. Our voices can become weapons of dissuasion on tools of empowerment.
Of course, it is for the victims of assault to choose for themselves whether to speak out or not, according to what they think is better for them… but the ones who speak up shouldn’t be the ones left to live in shame, guilt, and fear. The perpetrators and the ones who protect them are the ones that should be carrying this burden.
Our common preconception of rape is biased. We often picture a man, lurking in a dark alleyway waiting for his prey to come. More often than not the perpetrators are someone the victim trusts. The gap between preconception and reality can be so great that it introduces doubts into our minds when we consider specific situations, especially involving people we know.
In my case, the man who assaulted me is <Name Redacted>. He is a respected artist in the community, someone who makes things happen, someone who empowers the people he sees potential in. He is a supporter of the #MeToo movement and of feminism in general. I mention this because even people who represent themselves as allies are capable of this evil. It is good we are having more conversations about rape and consent but obviously there is still much to do.
Now, you might be wondering why I Choose to say his name. I would like to make it clear that my goal here is to encourage conversation, not to trigger a witch hunt, campaign of hate, or any sort of violent reprisal. My intention is simply to encourage a conversation about this issue. Let’s speak more openly about this painful and difficult matter on all levels: in a private or public sphere, with your partner, with your friends, with your students etc. We all have the power to change society and make it a better place for everyone.
After the take down of #MeToo leader Asia Argento her lackeys are still in action over this #MeToo non sense.
Yet calling a girl out on this would never work, they simply can’t accept being wrong or at blame.
The weirdest part is, the tagged perpetrator, is the first to comment and they are still on speaking terms it seems.
However, I’m rather glad someone called her out on this:
This girl here, instead of reporting her assault to the authorities, writes a huge Facebook post about it, tags the beta that “assaulted” her, then stays Facebook friends with him. How much of an assault was it really? Girls will easily ruin a mans career and future by misusing these tools against rape, yet nobody will hold them accountable for their actions, as society will always treat them as the victim and cradle them as children.
Honestly, this is becoming a joke. It’s about fitting in, “Oh you got an iPhone X? And you got assaulted? Girl, me too! #metoo!”
Since I’ve left the drudgery of Melbourne a few years ago, its appeared to me that there’s a substantially high amount of people I was acquainted with or knew over the years that suffered or are suffering “mental health” problems in Melbourne. It seems to be pretty prevalent, compared to my friends in other parts of the world its been a rather disproportionate figure relating to those exclusively in Melbourne.
Either you go full liberal and cuck up the culture of feminism and fag marriage
or you depress yourself by trying to defy the brainwashing and end up mentally unwell.
..or you say fuck that shit, stack up cash, invest wisely, and carve a life elsewhere where this kind of nonsense doesn’t exist.
Social media, ahh can’t avoid it nor live without it. As little as I do use it, sometimes on long flights over the pond where boredom sets in, there’s a part of me that thinks of creative ways to kill time.
Recently, I came across some friends from my schooling years that appeared on my feed.
They still lived in Melbourne and had a similar life to when I left. I’ve come to get used to this over the years so the disappointment of coming across this has worn off, however, I noticed a girl in one of the photos.
I remember her vaguely, as she was one loose girl whom a few of us had banged on a first year camp. I clicked on her profile and noticed how she was now engaged to a classmate of mine, small world.
It’s strange how the dumpster diving world works in Australia. Girls whom guys would often look down on due to their low self-esteem that needed validation through casual sex were now getting commitment from the guys that would be doing much better in any other part of the world.
I looked at some of the photos, him leaning into her, her more masculine than him and the beta-body language just revealed all about the dynamics of this relationship.
But this is the reality that so many face, they accepted they will be soft cuckolds committing to the used goods that guys like me used when they were tighter, hotter and younger. It took me an hour of banter over a beer to slam it raw, yet he gets to enjoy menopause with her. What a lucky guy.
I thought long and hard, although I’ve been through a lot of fun with a lot of these pump and dump quality girls, I have to count myself lucky that I had a better idea of how dynamics between men and women worked before the feminist brainwashing era of today. Or maybe I would be one of those guys stuck in Melbourne and dating the skanks of yesterday whom are now seeking commitment after being filled up by dozens of randos.
The dating down will only get worse, the girls will only get sluttier, the whoredom will only get more and more accepted. Luckily, to a degree, I avoided this, I avoided the entitled nature of the girls there, I enjoyed intimacy, then I left and moved on to the next one without a worry in the world. I got out of the place where I felt would hinder my life.
But social media, thank you for confirming my thoughts.
You live in Australia. You work hard, you pay your taxes and hope those taxes bring the country forward and enhance the country. Then you see that your hard-earned taxes are being used to subsidise a drug that is used as an enabler for homosexual men to engage in unprotected sex with lower chances of contracting HIV.
Imagine that, you’re basically footing the bill so a sub-group of individuals can get more pleasure from their sexual escapades.
Would a prostitute fund where men can get a subsidy to engage in sex with prostitutes be accepted by the population? I mean they are able to enjoy care-free pleasure at the expense of others., same principle right?
I’m glad I don’t reside nor pay taxes to that government anymore.
Ahh so I got an email from a reader asking for me to respond to some regular ragey comments on Reddit in regards to my post from over 6 years ago, Melbourne is Poison
Given that the Sub-reddit is laced with Melbourne lovers, I would expect a ton of hate on an article that disagrees with their world view. I do understand most people probably can’t argue or go through my post and raise questions constructively, rather they will make projections in order to back their views up.
Why did the author place quotes around the word growth?
Is this some kind ironic growth? Is the wink implied?
Spending your whole life in a city Vs. exploring different places. Which one would yield more growth, there’s no real unbiased answer, everyone’s answer is different. Mine is obviously not to stay in the same place. There’s a world out there.
Anyway, I got three paragraphs in before it was obvious that this was just some edgy kid raging about nothing in particular. Clearly mistaking negativity for an actual personality.
Very clever, projecting ones personal bias as another persons personality. “I don’t agree so let’s project something negative as the authors own personality!!!!”
Go dig ditches in Sudan for a summer you miserable little fucker. I guarantee by the time you have finished, you will be right as rain.
“miserable little fucker” someone’s getting worked up. Again, no need to respond, it’s from a Melbourne lover.
E- just noticed it is from 2012. With any hope, he finally got laid, and is in a better place.
I think if you took the effort in reading other posts, there isn’t any complaints about getting laid at all, quite the opposite actually, there’s countless stories throughout the blog about getting laid both in Melbourne and abroad. Again, expecting a reader to actually read the post and understand what its about is a tough ask.
The one accurate thing was the comment on melb uni kids being committed to a career. Those shits are overly high achievers and will use every trick in the book to get ahead.
Looks like someones studied there.
My impression is that it was written by an 18 year old emo male student who blames women for their own lack of social skills while considering themselves worldly and edgy.
Again, impressions without reading the rest of the blog. The typical response to anyone one doesn’t agree with you in these topics is “You’re a virgin”, “You can’t get laid”. I only hear this in places like Melbourne, I wonder why? When there’s a society like Australia where men date down so heavily, the perfunctory response is this.
Where I live now, this just simply doesn’t come up, nobody questions other peoples ability to get laid, because the women and the men aren’t always engaging in degenerate relations that skew the mating market.
The responses these people from Melbourne give out are reflective of the environment they are in presently and only further add weight to my points and choices to leave that place behind. I pity those who are still stuck there.
Going by what’s said in the About section, the author would have been a year out after finishing a bachelors degree at that point.
There’s definitely some r/theredpill or PUA stench surrounding some of the other posts on the blog, but putting aside the comments about women… I’m interested to hear what the sub thinks of the comments on Melbourne as a society.
The site is written by a group of people. Yeah, some posts were written a year after graduating, others were written by people who have spent many years out of Melbourne. To start attacking the validity of ones experiences and views because you don’t agree with them is what I’m almost expecting from users on that part of Reddit.
Again, nothing exciting, standard raging from detractors, nothing actually written in the article was debated, simply attempts and insults were passed around as a cheap means to deter themselves from views that don’t comply with their own.
Some posts were alright though
The post is five years old, about the same age as the author when they wrote it. I wrote a blog when I first came to Melbourne. It was called L’ Etranger which tells you what it is like to be a visitor in the city. It’s like looking through the window of a funky cafe with your nose pressed to the glass, watching the cool kids laughing and having fun inside
This kid turned around, put up the hood on his hoodie, and braced himself against the evening chill. Another lonely night of blogging beckoned. That’s all. No biggie.
No biggie at all, just people raging at someones views. I am a Melbourne local, I went abroad, came back and didn’t like the place anymore, so I left, and stay abroad.
The one accurate thing was the comment on melb uni kids being committed to a career. Those shits are overly high achievers and will use every trick in the book to get ahead.
Based on this person’s other posts, their view of our city is heavily influenced by their conservative values and feelings of alienation.
Wow! Someone got it!?! Yes, I grew up in Melbourne and my values don’t align with the place anymore, and I left. I’m substantially happier as an expat abroad.
Reads a lot like a social studies uni student trying to be edgy and subversive, mixed in with somebody who is incredibly negative and unhappy, and seems to hate on everybody else. It’s all a load of crap to me. The circle jerk of psuedo-subversives in the comments is just painful. A few comments suggests the author is of the socialist alternative ilk (or alliance…i forget which ones are the real PITA). If this person hates this city and has such a coloured view, then leave. Simple.
Nah champ, if you read the early posts it clearly states I studied Commerce, then worked at an Investment Bank, then bailed on Melbourne.
It’s another standard view that people have, “Don’t like it, cunt??!!! Then leave!!!”
I left, years ago. Simple.
Hmm, I made the mistake of seeing what else is on the blog. Anti-feminist ramblings. Racist comments. Opposed to gay marriage. Oh no, here we have blatant homophobia. The usual childish ‘leftist’ criticisms blaming ‘leftopia’ for all their problems.
There’s no real mention of “problems” of mine. Just my views and disagreements
I have a feeling we’re getting to the heart of why this ‘writer’ hates Melbourne, and they seem like a vile, ultra-conservative creature. I say ‘writer’ like that because most of the posts are copied and pasted from elsewhere. Acknowledged as copied, but not credited.
Pretty sure those posts I’ve copied have links to the original articles but hey we can start referencing them like a thesis going forward eh?
P.S. – So I also came across this article too, seems like the ragey people in Melbourne I left behind aren’t only just noticed by me too, but don’t post this on r/Melbourne, nothing bad can be said about Melbourne there.
I often wonder how adaptable a person can be.
How would they survive if they were taken from the creature comforts of their home city, and dropped into an environment where they didn’t know a word of the local language or a single soul.
How would they react?
Would they whinge and put down everything around them and miss home.
Or would they adapt, put their head down and observe, learn words daily and begin to adapt to the cultural norms.
In reality, most people go through phases of culture shock but the people who are of a higher calibre learn to adapt. They don’t sit around playing Pokemon Go until the odd hours of the night, instead they improve themselves through acquiring knowledge or skills.
You see, people often take the path of least resistance. They are unwilling to step outside of their comfort zone. This could mean never leaving Melbourne besides the annual trip to Bali or Japan. Or Never trying to enter a new field. The list can go on.
But what truly sets the brilliant apart from the average is their ability to adapt.
I’ve noticed it where I live now. The people who are transient in their base but are a calibre above the average are much more in-tune with their surroundings. They adapt so well that they go much further than the hooligan that looks totally misplaced in their behaviour, not just their appearance.
Sure, leaving the west is great, and I am sure many more people who were established back home will take the plunge, but once you do leave, you cannot simply live abroad with the same attitudes and behaviours that you have developed back home.
I for one can totally tell the level that I have changed myself over the years. The bitterness of being in a place where I couldn’t agree or accept its values just made me unhappy. That doesn’t happen anymore.
..but there are other challenges.
The challenge of “Belonging”.
Some societies, you simply wont ever belong regardless of how long you live there.
You’ll always be viewed as different.
Countries that are against Mass-migration and protect their borders and cultures through a largely homogeneous racial profile in its population, will rarely view someone as their own based purely on their foreign appearance.
This is just something you’ll have to accept.
It has its pros and cons but the pros definitely out shine the pain of living back home.
This is something that most never really think of when they are hoping to set up life abroad, it just comes after a while of living in a different society.
One of the best things you can do for your sex life is shut the fuck up about it.
Don’t tell anyone who you’ve fucked.
Don’t tell anyone who you want to fuck.
If a girl sends you nudes, don’t show anyone.
If you tell sex and pickup stories, make the girl anonymous or don’t tell the story at all.
Your validation from sex is the nut.
You have sex for the sex, not to talk about it afterwards.
Gossiping about your sex life is a weak, attention-seeking activity.
You can pick up, seduce and bang the hottest girl you’ve ever seen, get it documented on video and camera, and never tell anybody about it or show anybody the evidence, deriving all your satisfaction from just the experience itself, then you can call yourself a man.
I have rarely heard a guy talk about his sex life and look cool in the process. Listen closely the next time a guy starts bragging about where he stuck his dick. You’ll note how approval-seeking and desperate to impress he is.
Beyond that, keep in mind that hooking up with a guy is rarely good for a girl’s social status. Being judged socially is one of many negative consequences that can happen to a girl having casual sex. If you eliminate this consequence she’ll be far more likely to have sex with you or keep having sex with you.
Present yourself as a guy who does not gossip about sex.
In regards to the world beyond the tip of your own penis, you should make it a point of pride not to gossip about other people’s shit as well.
Gossip is a tool the unworthy use to get attention by leveraging the actions of the worthy. The gossiper is rewarded with a brief dash of attention, but they sacrifice their honour and respect in the process.
Nobody respects a loud mouth.
Okay, but what about trust? What if you really trust the person? Then can you tell them stuff.
There is almost nobody on this earth you can trust. Let’s run through the usual suspects.
You can’t trust women. Anything worthwhile you tell a woman will be known by her bestie
and her mother within the hour. This includes your girlfriend, wife, sister, mom, anyone. They all gossip. Gossiping is as natural as breathing to a woman. They constantly need to have their feelings about a situation validated and the only way to do that is to talk about it. Don’t tell a woman anything unless you want everyone else to know. Don’t ever tell a woman classified information and then bitch that she told someone else, even if you told her it was a secret. It is her nature to tell secrets and you should know better. It is your fault, not hers.
You can’t trust loser dudes. Boring guys can’t get attention from their own personality and actions, so they’ll gossip about yours if they have to. Loser males also don’t understand the world of a guy who has options with women. Your sex life will probably destroy his worldview. If a guy doesn’t get laid regularly, he can’t be trusted with your secret.
The only person on this earth capable of keeping your secret is an male with the abundance mentality who has proven loyalty to you. You will be very lucky to meet even a handful of these guys in your
life. Your brothers or father are not in this category by default, they need to earn trust just like anybody else. You may make many friends and acquaintances in life but only a very select few, if any, may get to this level. You should strive to be this person to your friends and family. I have a few secrets that could cause those close to me great harm that I’m taking to the grave.
Keep your mouth shut and your dick hard.
We hate how easy it can be. We hate that if it isn’t us, it will be with some other guy. We hate that so many women will likely never make decent wives or mothers. And we hate when a woman who spent her most attractive years hooking-up with strange men tries to play the good girlfriend with us. It’s a bittersweet relationship at best.
Women love that they can have their cake and eat it too. They love that they can employ an alpha fux beta bux strategy. But they also are far less stable in marriage than their less promiscuous counterparts. Though they might not admit it, it’s a bittersweet relationship for them as well.
What is it about Western society that allows for this degree of female sexual freedom? Science has several factors that help explain it.
Reliable Care For Unplanned Pregnancies
Several studies provide great insights in to this matter. The first is “Norms of Premarital Sexual Behavior: A Cross-Cultural Study” by Gwen J. Broude. The second is “Cultural Customs That Influence Sexual Freedom in Adolescence” by Herbert Barry III and Alice Schlegel. The former can be found on Google Scholar, but you’ll need access to a database to read the second.
Both studies use data and results from numerous other studies, so they are a good launching point if you choose to go down this rabbit hole.
One of the more significant findings in these studies is the importance of care for children born out of wedlock. In societies that are matrilineal (trace descent through the mother’s family) and/or matrilocal (reside with mother’s family), there is an association with female premarital sexual permissiveness (the common measurement of women’s sexual freedom).
What made the correlation significant is when care for children was factored in to the equation. When a baby is born out of wedlock, if there are more people in the house willing to care for the child, there is a significant correlation with female premarital sex.
We are always reminded that correlation does not equal causation, but in this case, kinship theory and paternity certainty can help explain a cause for this. There are societies (usually matrilineal) in which the father does not care for a child, the mother’s brothers do. While the father shares more of his genes with a child than a maternal uncle does, he can never truly be certain (until modern paternity tests are used) that a child is his. Maternal uncles, however, have 100% certainty that their nephews are theirs.
The latter study mentions:
Matrilineal descent encourages sexual freedom by minimizing the need to establish paternity of the children. In our society, fear of pregnancy is likewise relieved by the development and widespread use of effective contraceptive devices. The mobility of individuals and families in our industrial society corresponds to an attribute of many horticultural societies, where descent is associated with sexual freedom.
This is why, in my article on saving American families, I argue for measures that force parents to care for their own children.
Female Coming Of Age Rituals
In highly stratified, complex societies like ours, coming of age rituals for females are correlated with sexual freedom. There isn’t much explanation for this in the literature. But we can imagine scenarios in our own society that could offer insight.
If we take a scenario like a sweet sixteen birthday party in which girls who are already maturing sexually are welcomed into womanhood, we can see why a girl at that age would engage in premarital sex. They can’t marry and are told they shouldn’t anyway for several more years. Yet they are welcomed into womanhood. Adult women have sex. Being allowed to have sex but not allowed or not encouraged to get married is a recipe for sexual freedom.
Another ritual like leaving the house to live in a university dorm could have essentially the same effect.
High Degree Of Personal Freedom
Unlike other stratified societies, where individuals are tied to their families by strict cultural norms and expectations and by family honor codes, ours emphasizes personal freedom. That is something typically found in less stratified, hunter-gatherer type cultures.
Because our society doesn’t define an honor code or integrity very well, we have personal honor codes and personal integrity. Nobody holds you accountable to them but yourself. If your personal honor code doesn’t restrict premarital sex, it is allowed. That’s as true for women now as it is for men.
Women At Work
One of the findings of these studies was a positive correlation between women’s contribution to providing for the household and sexual freedom. Western society is consistent with this.
The more women work—especially outside the home—to contribute to the home, the more female premarital sex is permitted. It’s not hard to imagine a graph in which women’s sexual freedom rises as the percent of their financial contribution to household income increases, though such a graph does not yet exist. Think of women in the 1950s, how much they worked, and how much sexual freedom they had versus women in 2018.
One last piece, which was mentioned but not discussed in depth but probably should be, was the sexual freedom of males. Obviously, if males have more freedom, they need women with whom to have sex. Logic tells us that the ratio would be 1:1, give or take. To imply otherwise would be to permit a small number of women to sleep with many men.
This leads to the question, “Can we curb liberal female attitudes to sex while allowing males sexual freedom by permitting prostitutes to operate freely?” More importantly, should we?