Not offering an apology...  

LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
3114 posts
6/16/2005 9:56 am

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Not offering an apology...


A woman told me to apologize for using the “f” word yesterday.

I used the word in proper context… many people who use the word do not! I did it in a legitimate way and will not offer and apology for doing so.

If a woman challenges me to a fight (calling me a liar and a player) then she deserves whatever she gets for it.

I do believe in respect of women…

But if a woman is not going to be respectful, then I will not either.

Our laws of knighthood do not require polite actions towards woman anymore. We are to be polite to those who are polite to us, and fight those men or women who are not.

Before you comment on the behavior of a gentleman you should look up the definition in modern law. We do not abide by the dictionary version! The dictionary does not account for the human factor!

If I say I want to lick your cun*… you may take offense to if it you desire. However, that would actually be the proper term of the word. A cun* is a term for “labia”. Calling a woman a cun* is highly offensive, but the word should not be offensive if used properly. The problem is that most people are not educated in the matter and therefore use words wrongly!

Cun* in some countries is actually a name after a Greek goddess and when a man calls a woman such a word… it is considered a compliment!

I said… “I don’t fu**ing care”. Take offense to it all you want… but I was not actually swearing at anyone specifically. It was a word in general use!

If you can not walk the walk then do not talk the talk. People need to learn respect! Just because a woman is a woman does not give her the right to special treatment. If I treat a woman like a goddess it is going to be because I want to and not because she demands it of me. I would love a woman that I could worship, but only if I want to. The moment she ever said, “you have no choice but to treat me like a queen,” she would be literally flying out my front door.

I believe in mutual respect. I am not omish and I do not turn the other cheek! Anyone who disrespects me for no reason will be disrespected in return. I have never in my life directly offended someone (meaning not intentionally). She called me a liar and player… and had no reason to do so at all. I reacted to her insult and did not actually start that insult. If someone attacks me… I “will” defend myself. Asking me to do anything less is rather inhumane. Women asked for equal rights… they now have equal rights. A woman can not ask to equal rights in some areas and then be pampered in others. You have one way or the other. They now officially have equal rights in all aspects of life and relationships. They obviously asked for something that they were not understanding of what it would entail.

Be careful of what you wish for!

I am sorry it offended some, but I am not sorry for the usage since it was perfectly acceptable in the way it was used.

I did “not” say, “Go to fu**ing hell” or anything like that. I simply said, “I don’t give a fu**.”

Far to many people are making comments about chivalry and knighthood. They are making those comments based off Hollywood ideas and visions. Hollywood is crap and those are not “true” knights. Before you comment about my manners or ideals… perhaps you might consider reading some books on modern chivalry and knighthood.

3 thousand years ago knights protected women at all costs. As of 1990 and the push for much stronger women’s rights… we have mutually agreed that they should not only be allowed the same rights as men, but should also be required to follow the same laws as men. Lots of women want the same rights as men, but do not want to be treated like men. Funny huh?

I adore some of the women here to all ends… they know who they are. And I do not think they are offended by these writings because they have known me long enough to see my real ideals. Thankfully… one of them spoke up about it yesterday.

Sometimes I think faster then I can write and thus skip ahead without knowing it. If you question something, then ask a question. Commenting on something you do not understand is an assumption.

I had to elaborate on my “What I want” yesterday because I did not offer much detail in it. Thankfully a woman asked me what I meant by certain parts, some of the other women just bashed me though without knowing my reasons. I was thankful that the woman who did ask me the question was polite enough to give me a chance to explain before she jumped down my throat.

LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
1241 posts
6/18/2005 6:02 am

It is a good thing that you were able to take back your life Juju... I wish my sister could get that kind of courage.


juju34single 46F

6/16/2005 7:36 pm

Again that is getting into the area ruled by respect.
I agree with QuietEyez .
I also agree with you, Mystic.
No one deserves to have that happen.
My exes had that same outlook on me, I am shy, romantic and a peace maker (NOT the gun...lol) and they took advantage of my nature.
Until I got tired of being a rug, and cleaned house (took back my life).


LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
1241 posts
6/16/2005 6:19 pm

There are a lot of women who try and walk all over men. I have had enough of that, a lot of women see me as a pushover because I am shy and a romantic. I don't allow being pushed around though...

I love women, but I won't allow that love to let them abuse my passions in life.


rm_QuietEyez 46F

6/16/2005 5:13 pm

Give what you get, and always expect to get what you deserve.

My father always told me, A man should never hit a woman, but if you want to hit like a man, you better damn well be prepared get hit like a man.

Yeah a little off base, still goes to the point, that you should treat all people like you want to be treated, I always try to respect people. and I expect to be respected back, if it is a man, a woman, or even my child. You only get what you give.

And you know it really annoys me when I see women treating men like shit and the man just lets them, and most often when he hasnt done anythng to desere it, but it was the way he was taught.


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