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Drink Gatorade, Support Feminism




First off, I do support women playing sports. It should be ruled by the free market, however - if people don't want to pay to watch it, then so it goes. It should not be propped up with taxpayer dollars. Same applies to men's sports, as well.

However, what is awful about this video is the "analysis" behind it.

More blank-slate bullshit about what society teaches girls. The reality is that girls hit puberty, their instincts about taking care of looks is reinforced by what girls the alphas choose. They become very aware how brutal the marketplace is to get attention of sexy men.

Moreover, if the video was honest, it would show the girls walking towards dudes - bad boys, high school star quarterbacks or RVF members.

I will leave the floor to my boy Steve Hall, who in the comments, drops some serious red-pill heat:

"It's not about girls becoming sluts. They aren't. It's about girls relinquishing themselves to societal pressures that say they have to be feminine and sexy and have a flat stomach and be concerned with what guys think and how to get a guy and how, well, to be that stereotypical image of a woman whose sole function in life is to be eye candy for men. It's wrong. And that's what this ad is calling attention to."

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04-21-2013 10:09 PM
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This is retarded. Maybe girls just don't want to play sports as much as guys do Monkey
04-21-2013 10:21 PM
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For the most part, I don't mind women playing sports. To be specific, I don't mind unless it's anything such as basketball, hockey, rugby, or women's american football (the worst of them all). Women's volleyball, swimming, and even footy I find is ok. Volleyball and swimmer chicks are really lean and thin (unless you go into olympic level, female swimmers and their shoulders) and women footy players are usually all about the cardio and have thin stomach and toned legs.
04-21-2013 10:30 PM
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If your a girl and want to get into professional sports then you will have a much easier time achieving that goal than men.
Im failing to see the problem for girls here.
04-21-2013 10:30 PM
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I had the sound off.

This Gatorade commercial was about encouraging girls to stop wasting time on male endeavors like sports, which they'll never be good at anyway, and to embrace womanhood and femininity, and the areas of life where they can leverage their comparative advantages, right?

How would you open the five-set at :34? No cheat sheets. Looks like they already have their bitch shields on high. That was quick.

For whatever reason, I've known and partied with a bunch of female athletes over the years, from U.S. Olympic fieldhockey players to college basketball players, and they're all united by one thing.

They all still love to throw on make-up, high heels, and cocktail dresses, and prance around like the slam pieces they are. Couldn't be because they have an innate desire to want to look pretty, must be da patriarchy.

Even if some of the basketball players looked like trannies.

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04-21-2013 10:32 PM
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I am more worried about these young girls dressing like total sluts. I am about to graduate university and younger sister is in college as well, so I don't now anyone in high school or younger or see young kids, is this the normal way for girls to dress these days?

I would rather girls keep their innocence until they are at least into their high school careers instead of looking like sluts by Grade 8.
04-21-2013 10:42 PM
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Galnuc69 how old are you?
I’m 21 and I remember girls started dressing like this with makeup around 10-11 years old, hell when I was 12 I remember talking to girls the same age as me who had given blow jobs to multiple guys. At 12 years old!
These girls were vastly more experienced sexually than I was and by the time I was 16 a lot of them had slept with 7+ guys.
Im sorry but the age of innocence is over when it comes to girls, modern western society has seen to that.
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04-21-2013 10:52 PM
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Yeah, the age of innocence is over for girls - if there ever was one. A female friend told me about how apparently a buttsex craze had swept through the middle school she taught at. She said the teachers were taught how to notice "lookouts" - kids who would look for teachers while they other two went at it in a closet, empty classroom, etc.

I thought it was amusing she was waxing concerned for these young girls; she was telling this story to a group of guys - most of whom had fucked her back in college.
04-21-2013 11:03 PM
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(04-21-2013 10:52 PM)liberman Wrote:  Galnuc69 how old are you?
I’m 21 and I remember girls started dressing like this with makeup around 10-11 years old, hell when I was 12 I remember talking to girls the same age as me who had given blow jobs to multiple guys. At 12 years old!
These girls were vastly more experienced sexually than I was and by the time I was 16 a lot of them had slept with 7+ guys.
Im sorry but the age of innocence is over when it comes to girls, modern western society has seen to that.

I am 22, so we are basically the same age.

I am not saying I didn't see make-up, I mean, some girls started wearing it in 7th grade, but very little, pretty much the same in 8th grade. Granted, I went to a catholic school with full uniform, but girls didn't dress like that outside of school.

I went to an all-boy's high school, but still, I saw girls like every other weekend(more often once I got a car), and girls didn't start dressing incredibly provocative until maybe senior year while going out. I am talking about the average girl. Obviously, their were some that dressed like above, but it wasn't common.

I really didn't see girls dressing like that in numbers on the reg until college, and even at the school I went to(with an on average upper middle class or above student population), girls are revealing, but it is far more tasteful.

Maybe this is more of a lower middle class trend? Or is it a cross-class phenomenon now? Because in my experience girls that dressed like that in high school generally went to public school or were poorer, and same applied at the scene at my college(they were either community college girls, poorer girls, or went to public school in high school). I am not knocking public school, that is just my observation.

Maybe I will have to facebook stalk some of the younger sisters of my friends to investigate further lol.

Your school sounds more like a brothel lol, sounds fun for us, but depressing on the whole.

Though the funny thing is, I bet I am on the far right of the bell curve when I lost my virginity. I was 18 for about 5 months and it was my senior prom. That used to be the norm but apparently now it is fucking lame.
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Come to think of it, my personal experiences with girls' sports were actually one of the things that helped teenage me realize what a crock of shit feminism was.

I was on the high school boys varsity soccer team, and during our offseason one year we were scheduled to have a scrimmage against the girls team to help prepare them for their state playoffs. The girls team, at that point, was ranked as one of the top teams in the nation by polls, whereas we were "merely" ranked as one of the top teams in the state.

In the weeks leading up to the game, the girls team taunted us, saying we weren't going to win by anything better than a goal or two and to even be ready to be scored on. Teachers taunted us, with male teachers being especially aggressive in saying we would do no better than a draw.

Although we were cocksure male teenagers, we also had memories of scrimmaging these girls on our respective travel teams when we were ten or eleven years old and only winning by a goal or two each time.

We headed into the scrimmage pretty nervous and tense, but it was really much ado about nothing.

We dumped something like five goals on them in the first twenty minutes, and started taking players off. We were playing 8 on 11 in the second half, with one of our eight being a girl.

We still won double digits to nothing.

The soccer team girls were especially deferential to us after that curb-stomp. I didn't consciously realize it back then, but it was further evidence that girls lash out because they want to be punished (a paraphrase of something someone said on here), and that girls just want to get dominated and submit to worthy conquerors.

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04-21-2013 11:33 PM
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