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RE: Staring at wall-damaged women is harrassment, according to Australia
(04-15-2019 12:18 AM)StrikeBack Wrote:  My wife and I stare at those miserable bitches all the time. They make good case studies for us to learn what happens when women follow feminism instead of God's design. We live in the same city this ad is about, and there is an abundance of such terrible warnings.

I went to Deakin University a few times late last year to do some work on my laptop.

In the hallway of one of the computer labs, the amount of flyers about 'harassment' and 'women's safety' was ridiculous.

One of them 'If you think you've been harassed in any way, call this number'

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04-15-2019 12:39 AM
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RE: Staring at wall-damaged women is harrassment, according to Australia
(04-15-2019 12:39 AM)Rorogue Wrote:  
(04-15-2019 12:18 AM)StrikeBack Wrote:  My wife and I stare at those miserable bitches all the time. They make good case studies for us to learn what happens when women follow feminism instead of God's design. We live in the same city this ad is about, and there is an abundance of such terrible warnings.

I went to Deakin University a few times late last year to do some work on my laptop.

In the hallway of one of the computer labs, the amount of flyers about 'harassment' and 'women's safety' was ridiculous.

One of them 'If you think you've been harassed in any way, call this number'

My current hostel.
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04-15-2019 03:42 AM
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RE: Staring at wall-damaged women is harrassment, according to Australia
Noticed how it's always the ugly ones who complain of being harassed all the time on public transit?
04-15-2019 03:51 AM
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RE: Staring at wall-damaged women is harrassment, according to Australia
I never thought that a hostel could become sexless, but that sign would do it.
(04-15-2019 03:42 AM)The Catalyst Wrote:  
(04-15-2019 12:39 AM)Rorogue Wrote:  
(04-15-2019 12:18 AM)StrikeBack Wrote:  My wife and I stare at those miserable bitches all the time. They make good case studies for us to learn what happens when women follow feminism instead of God's design. We live in the same city this ad is about, and there is an abundance of such terrible warnings.

I went to Deakin University a few times late last year to do some work on my laptop.

In the hallway of one of the computer labs, the amount of flyers about 'harassment' and 'women's safety' was ridiculous.

One of them 'If you think you've been harassed in any way, call this number'

My current hostel.
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Walking into the lion's den man.

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RE: Staring at wall-damaged women is harrassment, according to Australia
(04-14-2019 07:54 PM)Rorogue Wrote:  Had lived there my whole life basically until 3 months ago- moved 2 hours out to a beach town.

Crime is a huge problem there. Drugs and poverty as well.
Many live miserable lives of quiet desperation. Cost of living is outrageous.

Men are on edge there. I do day game and wouldn't think of going out to a bar/club at night. Sexually frustrated, beaten down and emasculated men, combined with drugs and alcohol= random violence.

As for cops/law, different fines of different sorts come up all the time.
parking fines are double what they used to be a few years ago.
$400 fine for being caught driving with your phone, as silly as that is now with Bluetooth/hands free.

It's a city run by radical feminists and homosexuals, totally out of touch with reality. Hence these ads.

Only think keeping men from losing it totally, are the abundance of Asian 'massage' places on literally every strip of every suburb (I'm not advocating it, it's just hilarious how many there are these days). When I was in Melb I'd see men in their 20s, 30s, 40s and older walk in there.

Yes, everything I hear about cities like Seattle, San Fransisco and Toronto, is what Melbourne is like.

(04-14-2019 03:59 PM)Robert High Hawk Wrote:  A few questions to those familiar with Victoria, Australia: Is there very little to no crime there? Are all the city services running perfectly? No tax evasion?

Surely that must be the case if the police are spending the time, energy, and resources to conceive of, produce, distribute, and then enforce this kind of thing. Life must be perfect there if that's what the police have time to spend on.

I'm only half joking here, in very law abiding societies, the cops DO get bored and come up with minor infractions (ie: littering) to enforce. It's certainly possible that's the case in Victoria, hence the somewhat sarcastic question.

In Germany when the media became ridiculously obsessed with Trump coverage, where even news about Jared Kushner would make prime-time news or front page coverage, I would ask the exact same question. Living there at the time, I knew that things were NOT perfect in Germany, and this was a pathetic distraction that many Germans took to in order to help ignore the rather glaring systematic issues facing the country, all of which were of far greater consequence to almost any news about Trump.

Back to the police ad: If you shake your head at some random aggressive dude on a train, you are asking for trouble. What if the "leerer" has friends with him and he starts talking shit to you? Now you're in a position where you need to back down like a bitch, or perhaps escalate further leading to a fight. Over some chick who doesn't have the emotional strength to ignore/confront some dude staring at her - or just move herself to another location - or just wait until her stop hits.

Anyway, TL;DR .... who has time for this nonsense?


That about sums it up. The CBD has a heavy police presence, they tend to patrol in groups of four or more. Semi regularly there's some shocking confrontation, like the massive brawl in federation square a few years ago.
There's definitely been a movement to particular areas becoming Chinese or black etc. etc. For the most part Melbourne is extremely left wing politically too, along with an attitude of if it's not in the city is doesn't matter. Like wind farms are fine, it's not like they're something you see everyday or have to deal with.
04-15-2019 04:04 AM
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RE: Staring at wall-damaged women is harrassment, according to Australia
(04-15-2019 04:01 AM)Rorogue Wrote:  I never thought that a hostel could become sexless, but that sign would do it.

They also have these signs, which are in more obvious places:

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Been in two other hostels, they've never been this explicitly sexual.
04-15-2019 04:08 AM
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RE: Staring at wall-damaged women is harrassment, according to Australia
(04-14-2019 07:54 PM)Rorogue Wrote:  Had lived there my whole life basically until 3 months ago- moved 2 hours out to a beach town.

Crime is a huge problem there. Drugs and poverty as well.
Many live miserable lives of quiet desperation. Cost of living is outrageous.

Men are on edge there. I do day game and wouldn't think of going out to a bar/club at night. Sexually frustrated, beaten down and emasculated men, combined with drugs and alcohol= random violence.

As for cops/law, different fines of different sorts come up all the time.
parking fines are double what they used to be a few years ago.
$400 fine for being caught driving with your phone, as silly as that is now with Bluetooth/hands free.

It's a city run by radical feminists and homosexuals, totally out of touch with reality. Hence these ads.

Only think keeping men from losing it totally, are the abundance of Asian 'massage' places on literally every strip of every suburb (I'm not advocating it, it's just hilarious how many there are these days). When I was in Melb I'd see men in their 20s, 30s, 40s and older walk in there.

Yes, everything I hear about cities like Seattle, San Fransisco and Toronto, is what Melbourne is like.

(04-14-2019 03:59 PM)Robert High Hawk Wrote:  A few questions to those familiar with Victoria, Australia: Is there very little to no crime there? Are all the city services running perfectly? No tax evasion?

Surely that must be the case if the police are spending the time, energy, and resources to conceive of, produce, distribute, and then enforce this kind of thing. Life must be perfect there if that's what the police have time to spend on.

I'm only half joking here, in very law abiding societies, the cops DO get bored and come up with minor infractions (ie: littering) to enforce. It's certainly possible that's the case in Victoria, hence the somewhat sarcastic question.

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Anyway, TL;DR .... who has time for this nonsense?

Thanks for the response. I suspected that was the case, but I try not to project my pessimism when I can find out first hand.

Right on cue for this topic, I just read that yesterday there was a nightclub shooting in Melbourne and somebody got killed, three injured, one of whom is fighting for his life.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/04...melbourne/

No reports of leering during the shooting. Campaign is working.
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