Yes, that title can be taken in multiple senses. But I'm not really all that accomplished, nor am I "good" at giving relationship advice.
My last foray into that topic was met with abysmal failure. I said something about how having sex if you wanted to have sex was okay and that men wanting to have sex isn't something to be upset about. Wouldn't ya know? Most of the women accused me of lying, attempting to manipulate them into having... casual sex. With who? I'm not sure -- there were too many mouth foaming ad hominems to tell.
It actually got to the point that some women went as far as to explode in a hilarious sexist pool of ignorance, shoveling everything from misandric shit about men being subhuman to accusing me of being a rapist because I had *gasp* a one-night stand!
It was the kind of ignorant drama that reminds me why people in cyberspace need to be vetted before being granted any credence.
But I digress, I recently received some notification that more rantings were put up on the original post in question by another
Well I think @Zek J Evets is lying, men sleep with prostitutes, sometimes with child prostitutes, they KNOW they are being exploited, even adult prostitutes are, and they DO NOT CARE. Casual sex its ALWAYS using ONE of the partners, in hetero as well as in gay sex. Usually the man uses the woman in hetero sex as they woman might give herself up so the man dont leave. I say its better to be alone. TRUE LOVE WAITS !!! I want to make sure someone loves me before being intimate, thats very reasonable for the heart, the man who cant wait, cant love, and if he cant love, I want NOTHING to 2 with him !!Hahahahahah! Oh man, somebody get this chick on Maury, please! First of all, this isn't Twitter, so lose the "@" symbol, okay sweetheart? Secondly, I'm confused as to how casual sex between consenting adults is equivalent to prostitution? Also, who the fuck said anything about child prostitution? Oh yeah, the crazy b!tch... I'm wondering if she's trying to tell us something?
Yes, she apparently is! Something about how casual sex is bad (okay, then don't have any!) and that "true love waits" for those who... type like a 16 year-old Christian fundamentalist with a promise ring and apparently don't have any reading comprehension. (If she did I'm sure she would've noticed the part about how casual and/or intimate consensual sex is not the same as prostitution, especially child prostitution.) But I'm obliged to know that even when I'm not around to defend myself from slander I can still make people think. Even when thinking really pisses them off.
Now a Tangent! Yeah I can't go back to the blog where I originally posted that article. See, the bloggess there is something of... well, a creep and a liar. Apparently she was stalking some guy online, who dumped her after her getting fed-up with her drama, and then she started harassing him and his new, real-life girlfriend. Eventually she got bored though and then started inventing boyfriends that she would get waaaaaay too serious with way too quickly. (Moving next door to each other from across the country after a few weeks of dating? Might as well move-in and get married after the 1st date!)
But that wasn't the reason why I stopped blogging there. See my guest-post became the post-popular post on that blog. It is still is, actually, which is kinda funny. I mean, it's someone else's blog and yet my post is the most popular post? Go figure.
After this happened I suffered constant personal attacks but wasn't allowed to respond in kind. The bloggess, despite her promises to the contrary, refused to remove them in the interest of civil discussion. So I leapt to my own justifiable defense... only to be smacked down by the person who asked me to write the damn article in the first place. Crazy, huh? Go figure!
I started dialing back my participation. Following more sexism, controversy, and ultimately a big fight in which she said some incredibly offensive things. I called her out on the hypocrisy based on my knowledge of her personal life. She cried foul and many of her more... reactionary commenters took to her defense in order to peddle more ignorance. At that point I realized that her forum was no longer a healthy environment to have serious, rational discussions in.
So I walked away. It was bittersweet though; I originally had a good relationship with the bloggess and her blog used to be a great place to talk about issues without any drama. Sadly, her own bitterness burned that potential to the fucking ground. Nowadays she's just kicking the ashes around.
But what did I learn through that experience? That giving relationship advice, considering my experiences, my no-nonsense approach, my honesty, my failures, and my subsequent success in finding the most amazing (and only) woman I'll ever love... I guess it just ain't pathetic enough for those bitter women. They're not interested in real talk or real love; they just want to bitch and moan.
Well, so it goes, right? Meanwhile, I'll keep being happy with what I've got.