Fine Line

If you have any perspective on the expanse of human time and history, you will understand that the interaction and exchanges between man and woman has changed through our short-lived history of existence.

The scope of this issue is so broad and huge, for it covers human time and gender, but I only care about expressing my disgust with exchanges between man and woman in our current existence.

The fact that a man can approach a woman in public with facial or verbal expressions at random with intentions of getting in her pants, without any risk of being challenged to a duel, disgusts me.  In fact, the laws we have constructed to “protect us” would prevent such a duel from occuring.

Men have become, and pardon me ladies, pussies.  You can switch the genders around if you like and make the same argument.  There are no longer any risks to words, expressions, or pictures.  Without risk of death or harm, words, expressions, intentions, are empty, shallow, meaningless.

So how do you know words or actions are true?  How do you know a man’s or woman’s expressions or intentions are true, when risk or harm no longer exists?  You don’t.  The law, intended to protect us, has in fact, cut our balls off.  A man, or a woman, no longer has access to the truth of words, expression, or intentions.  All that remains are empty words, money, and that is enough to spread open a woman’s legs.


2 thoughts on “Fine Line

  1. This seems a rather bleak analysis. It is not always the case thankfully. But that it is ever the case is a great shame. (And those who most ought to feel shame appear to be incapable of it.)

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