Male liberation Part One  

jupitercarlos 38M
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4/11/2006 5:12 pm

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4/12/2006 7:25 pm

Male liberation Part One

I think about women’s rights. I know for a fact that their isn’t a country in the world where women’s liberation has come to fruition. Mostly women were oppressed all over the world. Still I knew women had all the power, they just weren’t taught to go for it like men are taught.
I felt that there wouldn’t be complete women’s liberation until there was genuine male liberation. I know it sounds bizarre. If you have ever stood in a crowded bar and pondered the crowd, you might notice. It didn’t matter what the ratio was men to women, there would always be people who felt left out. Wouldn’t find what they were looking for.
It was the other night and I was at White Collar Crime. Personally, I didn’t have to talk to anybody. If conversation was an Olympic sport, I could win a gold medal.
Nevertheless, it wasn’t hard to dissect a crowd. Men were on the hunt and every woman I talked to thought I was trying to fuck them. I am a warm-blooded man and the thought crosses my mind but it isn’t a priority anymore. I just enjoyed the conversation.
Since there is usually two times the men at such establishments on rainy chilled nights like this particular one and we’re standing around in a bar wasting time anyway; why be bored and silent. I talked to guys just standing around.
I strike up conversations with strangers and try to pass the time. I didn’t have to, because I took my notebook everywhere. I was chatting to this guy while we checked out women and his wingman interjects, “We’re not here to meet guys.”
That’s cool, the conversation was interesting and it having to end never hurts my feelings. I thought it was funny. “Why does he need his friend to talk to women?”
I talked to women all night long, but I wasn’t trying to pick any up. I came to the bar alone. It was all the entertainment of the evening. People were the real experience, everything else was background. It’s hard to have a conversation while the music is loud and a hundred other people trying to talk over it too.
There is nothing I was going to say in any recently met- female’s ear that mattered. I considered it a thousand times easier to meet someone while the sun was up and then ask them out to a bar.
I wondered when there would ever come a time in my city, in my town when everybody would just go out and have a good time. Not worry about the obvious sexual quest and let the night go as it goes. If you find what you’re looking for, all is great in the world. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, no worries; going out on a Saturday night drinking with friends is either fun or it isn’t.
If males were liberated from their sexual social programming that needs physical conquest to feel validated then women wouldn’t assume we always just wanted to fuck. Fights wouldn’t break out when the drinks were poured on and the testosterone rage. It would become school yard antics and not common place.


DIVISION77 39M  
8321 posts
4/11/2006 6:00 pm

I agree with you, but I don't see it as "Male Liberation".

I never go out with the intent of "hunting" for women.

That's not my mindset at all. I don't "need" a woman for sexual satisfaction. Therein lies the problem for most men. They are slaves to their own sexual vices. When they learn that the mind is stronger than the body, they will be truly liberated. As long as they think with their dicks, they will be slaves to the pussy.

Brutally honest? Yes. The truth nevertheless.

While it's true that I have some physical provisions that must be met for me to be attracted to a woman, it's her mind and intelligence that keeps any semblance of interest for me. Without that, it doesn't matter how attractive she is. It just won't happen.

Men are their own worst enemies when it comes to themselves and their subsequent sublimation.

It's not a matter of liberation, carlos, but that of will.

DIV

"My every move is a calculated step, to bring me closer to embrace an early death." -Tupac Shakur


jupitercarlos 38M
3 posts
4/11/2006 7:20 pm

you and me are rare souls.


jupitercarlos 38M
3 posts
4/11/2006 7:29 pm

You are correct to understand your own mindset has a direct link with your actions. How many among us (specifically males) chose to try think differently than how we have been kind of trained into believing was correct behavior. It is escaping the unjustifiable sex laws of this male patriarchal society that will lead to a better society. Male Liberation.


DIVISION77 39M  
8321 posts
4/12/2006 12:52 pm

Word.

Bare your soul, Carlos.

Hail Mary.

DIV

"My every move is a calculated step, to bring me closer to embrace an early death." -Tupac Shakur


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