Wednesday, 25 July 2018

Feminists demand males be declared rapists in Australia

Why do Feminists hate men, and why do men put up with that hate?

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25 Jul 2018 05:35:12 UTC

““If it’s not an enthusiastic yes, then it’s a no,” Ms Goward said in May.”

In almost all of my sexual experiences, my partners haven’t verbally asked me for consent. It isn’t dreamt of in Pru Goward’s mindset that a woman should have to do this of a man, and I have to say that this would be a very effective method of birth control.

 If someone is my partner, they have consent until I say no, and if I can’t trust my partner to reciprocate, then I see no point in relationships. Why should I live with a gun to my head, under laws that give women the freedom to kill me at a whim?

Plus, how do you prove you have you have verbal consent? Would voice recordings be enough? What if you have sex several times in a row, do you need a different record of each encounter? What about changing position? Changing rhythm? Does it need to be renewed every three minutes? Thirty seconds?
  1. Do you consent?
  2. Do you consent?
  3. Do you consent?
  4. Do you consent?
  5. Do you consent?

Say they said yes loudly in steps1-3, and 5, but 4 was soft. Would Ms Goward seize about that as evidence of sexcrime?

In sex, people are often kissing, or using mouths in other ways. Some people are very nonverbal, but according to Goward, if a female pulls a male to the bed, takes off his clothes, and then hers, then jumps on him… he has raped her, because he did not ask her VERBAL consent.

Feminists love to change the law to criminalise sexuality, but it is always selectively enforced on a sexist basis. Men are rapists. Women are their victims. They can’t imagine any other way for it to be.

No wonder they want sex work and sexbots banned. Whatever will they do if men have alternatives to living with a gun to their heads?

Tuesday, 3 July 2018

"Deities & Demigods - the Melnibonean Matter", by James M. Ward

I’m going to print this out once a year for the rest of my years. I absolutely hate it when ignorant people say TSR/me acted in copyright infringement for the Melnibonean and Lovecraft sections of the book.

When I was given the assignment for that book I listed the various pantheons that I wanted to use. Gary noted that maybe the Lovecraft and Elric sections might be a problem. He gave me the Arkham House and Michael Moorcock addresses and I immediately wrote them explaining what I was doing and asking for their permission to include their material.

Wonder of wonders I got two letters back giving me permission to use their work. I foolishly gave those two letters to the lawyers at TSR. They might still be in some lost file at Wizards. I would kill for them now.

Anyway we printed up the book and it sold great. We then got a cease and desist letter from Chaosium. I don’t blame them a bit, however they didn’t know about the two letters. TSR would have won a court case hands down.

However, the company wasn’t rich at that point and Brian Blume didn’t want to go to California, get a California lawyer, and spend time and money winning the case.

I went nuts because I had done way more than I was supposed to in clearing the way for those two licenses used in the book I wrote. I even offered to write two more pantheons free of charge, but the Blumes didn’t want to bother. I fumed for years.

Now, when people talk on line about TSR in copyright violation it presses my maximum angry button. Maybe some of my facebook friends can pass along this word as time goes on so that my blood pressure levels can say in the normal range.

Now this might seem like a rant and it is. However, when people say TSR was in infringement they are calling me a plagiarizer. I consider myself a very honorable man. I would never, ever steal material that was not my own. I will not put up with that moniker.

Thanks for listening.

James M. Ward
07/03/2018 1:06am

Editor's Addendum:

Is Cthulhu in the public domain?

Copyright status of works by H. P. Lovecraft