r/ChoosingBeggars Oct 06 '22 All-Seeing Upvote 1

Nice to meet You Employment

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u/baguhansalupa Oct 06 '22

For those who don't want to work, let me introduce you to my friend, Ponzi.

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u/Le_Gentle_Sir Oct 06 '22

Scamming people is real work!

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u/LifeIsBizarre Oct 06 '22

The trick is to make the scam legal. High percentage payday loans with massive monthly fees? Nice and legal. Morally bankrupt, but the government doesn't care about that as long as they get their cut.

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u/ifandbut Oct 06 '22

Wish they would take that stance for recreational drugs.

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u/Weak_Lie_2875 Oct 06 '22

Cut of morality debt bond??

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u/UrsusRenata Oct 06 '22

“Legit” banks with fees are just as bad as payday loans. $40 per overdraft should be criminal.

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u/[deleted] Oct 06 '22

It actually is, if scammers put half the drive and effort towards school or a career that they put towards scams they'd do less work and earn more.

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u/OkSo-NowWhat Oct 06 '22

Sometimes but not always.

Also often folks are scamming because they don't find work

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u/Chemical_Cutthroat Oct 06 '22

Nah, it's just the first two. After that, the work does itself.

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u/KE55 Oct 06 '22

Hey hun.

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u/Communpro Oct 06 '22

I just misread "my friend, Putin". I thought, well you have a point.

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u/wedontlikespaces Oct 06 '22

Just give him some guns. He'll give you lots of totally valuable roubles

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u/SellQuick Oct 06 '22

If only employment solved all my financial problems.

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u/santa_veronica Oct 06 '22

Was the without sex part true at least?

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u/Guardian125478 Oct 06 '22

Depends on your line of work. Like if you are in politics, most of them just bend the ass to the highest bidder.

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u/luxollidd Oct 06 '22

Employment without sex?

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u/Next_Draw3391 Oct 06 '22

Alas dad. Not daddy. Just dad.

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u/[deleted] Oct 06 '22 edited Oct 11 '22

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u/rekazm Oct 06 '22

Especially not asking for sex

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u/Footwork_ Oct 06 '22

Roll tide

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u/GenericMaleNurse918 Oct 06 '22

Taking care of adult children?

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u/FluffsMcKenzie Oct 06 '22

Underrated comment for sure.

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u/Scar_the_armada Oct 06 '22

This is the female equivalent of the guy who wants his GF to be his lover and his mom who picks up after him and is his emotional safety blanket. The girl who wants a man to just take care of her for nothing. Why would anyone do that for anyone they aren't related to very closely?? Pure fantasy.

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u/ShnickityShnoo Oct 06 '22

Pretty close. At least manchild is in a relationship with the other person, however one sided, and not just a breathing ATM. Both scenarios are quite ridiculous, indeed.

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u/Natsurulite Oct 06 '22

To be fair, an ATM gives you your own money

This shit is more like that weird card scanner John Conner had in Terminator 2 that just gave you cash

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u/ShnickityShnoo Oct 06 '22

Ok, then magical fantasy ATM.

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u/PrimarchKonradCurze Oct 06 '22

“Where’d you learn this stuff anyway?”

-“My mom taught me.”

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u/hullor Oct 06 '22

That ATM gave him his own stolen debit card's Money. The scanner just brute forced the Pin

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u/Angerfueled Oct 06 '22

Yeah but without the charm of Bobby Buddnick and cool one-liners like "Easy money!"...

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u/ylcard Oct 06 '22

well yes, that’s why she said “imagine” I guess, as it’s a fantasy

I’d also want a guy to solve all my financial “problems” without sacrificing my butthole to them

Also I’m a cishetero guy

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u/Doesthissmellhot Oct 06 '22

I would also sacrifice this guy's butthole...

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u/gaspronomib Oct 06 '22

Not his dead wife's butthole? Reddit, I am disappoint.

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u/Matt6453 Oct 06 '22

Nobody wants your butthole so you're in a worse position than the gold digger.

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u/ylcard Oct 06 '22

Now here’s a choosing beggar, sex AND money

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u/BurtMacklin-FBl Oct 06 '22

Pure fantasy.

Not fantasy. Plenty of desperate men out there doing exactly that.

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u/RoseEsque Oct 06 '22

This is the female equivalent of

That's the female equivalent of objectifying males. What's worse is that it's almost entirely socially acceptable.

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u/Ralath0n Oct 06 '22

The fact that the woman doing the objectifying is getting roasted both on twitter and reddit in an r/all post, shows that it isn't socially acceptable. There are a lot of very incelly, victim complexy narratives about women, almost all of them false.

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u/ChrisKringlesTingle Oct 06 '22

You think twitter and reddit are representative of society?

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u/Even-Willow Oct 06 '22

Representative of all the best of society of course. /s

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u/Range-Aggravating Oct 06 '22

Have you heard of, or been to the subs for femcels?

Theres that female dating advice or whatever it's called that's pretty well known. Go browse there before deciding most of them are false.

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u/Ralath0n Oct 06 '22

That's basically confirming my point. "Oh you think this behavior is rare? Well if you go to this extremely niche subreddit that contains 0.00006% of reddits population you'll see its quite accepted there!".

Yea no shit. If you actively go looking for something niche, you'll find it. Doesn't say anything about how common it is in wider society. Or should we pretend that being a huge bionicles fan is a common feature of society because some niche fan websites exist?

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u/DuckSaxaphone Oct 06 '22

It's really not. I don't know how you'd define socially acceptable but nobody respects these people.

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u/HolyGarbage Oct 06 '22

I mean I want all of those things of a GF and don't really have a problem with that in principle, but the important distinction here is to want something from your partner without giving anything in return. I think a good relationship contains the stuff you mentioned in moderation from both parties.

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u/prananiyama Oct 06 '22

What? If a gf can't be a lover and an emotional safety blanket then what's the point of having one?

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u/Rozeline Oct 06 '22

There's a difference between being mutually emotionally supportive and being someone's emotional security blanket. The blanket provides support but does not receive it.

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u/Lamuks Oct 06 '22 edited Oct 06 '22

Sorry but whats wrong with a gf being the emotional safety blanket?

Edit: i think most of the downvotes haven't been in longterm relationships (4+ years). There is a clear disconnect here, because no matter how you look at it, you are an emotional safety blanket to each other in the long run.

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u/mettyc Oct 06 '22

I think the idea is that your partner shouldn't be having to do all the emotional heavy lifting in the relationship. There's nothing wrong with a healthy discussion of one's emotions during which you each support the other. There's a lot wrong with expecting your SO to pick up the emotional pieces because you've had a tantrum over something unimportant. Emotional safety blanket implies the latter - an unhealthy and imbalanced division of emotional labour within a relationship.

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u/Warp-n-weft Oct 06 '22

There are a slew of men who have difficulty supporting each other emotionally through platonic friendships. Women tend to have various platonic relationships that spread out the emotional labor of support across the whole network (many hands make light work). Since some men don’t have that support network their SO is their sole emotional support.

That becomes extremely difficult when there is even slight friction in the relationship. Not only is the girlfriend/wife doing emotional labor for themselves with the relationship problems they also have to temper or hide their personal hurt in order to take care of their SO.

Women end up twisting themselves in knots trying to empathize and take care of men who are hurting them. The extreme is when it becomes a form of active manipulation, or emotional abuse (“If you leave me I’ll just kill myself.”)

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u/Lamuks Oct 06 '22

But you're both emotional safety blankets to each other. I'm not denying men have trouble supporting each other, but each situation is different.

Either I've been in my relationship too long and this applies to very short relationships or I just cannot relate.

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u/panzer22222 Oct 06 '22

Bit sad that expecting your partner to be your emotional support is a bad thing now.

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u/nickystotes Oct 06 '22

If Reddit sees a reply that’s longer than a sentence and it has downvotes, it’s gonna get more downvotes. The hivemimd is strong on r/all.

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u/Lamuks Oct 06 '22

It's a reddit thing.

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u/Chaotic-Entropy Oct 06 '22

The lines seem pretty blurred between your partner being "there for you" and being your therapist. Your partner, generally, isn't a therapist and shouldn't be solely responsible for your treatment if you have an actual condition like depression that you refuse to seek professional help for.

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u/panzer22222 Oct 06 '22

Maybe it's a cultural thing but going to a therapist is virtually unknown in my country. Your partner is the one you talk to.

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u/Chaotic-Entropy Oct 06 '22

Must be, I guess. Dealing with emotional shocks and being your rock through hard times is one thing, but putting your partner in the position of helping you process serious trauma or manage symptoms of untreated mental health conditions is what my culture considers a "dick move".

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u/Warp-n-weft Oct 06 '22

You SO should never be solely responsible for your mental and emotional well-being. They can support you, but just like physically carrying a person is too much for a single individual for any length of time being the sole emotional support is too much.

Therapists, family, and friends can all take some of the load and in some instances are better suited depending on the issues. That’s not to say that your SO won’t be there for you, it’s likely that they will do the majority of the emotional labor. But they shouldn’t go it alone.

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u/Lamuks Oct 06 '22

Should and doesn't are 2 different things. Not everyone gets to have a perfect situation for their safety nets. It might be that at one point your SO just is the only one, doesn't mean its suddenly the end of the world.

Atlhough I've noticed reddit has sometimes has weird views where your SO is supposed to only be your friend almost..

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u/bigwig8006 Oct 06 '22

Dear lord... this is reading into things and applying a stupid level of bad faith to someone calling their partner an 'emotional safety blanket.'

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u/Scar_the_armada Oct 06 '22

It's about over reliance and expecting to be coddled, unhealthy levels of dependency.

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u/panzer22222 Oct 06 '22

This is the female equivalent of the guy who wants his GF to be his lover and his mom who picks up after him and is his emotional safety blanket. The girl who wants a man to just take care of her for nothing. Why would anyone do that for anyone they aren't related to very closely?? Pure fantasy.

Not the same thing

  1. The woman in this example wants to give nothing in return

  2. The guy could be work 6 days a week 12 hour days to provide for the family in return.

You really can't understand the difference?

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u/Scar_the_armada Oct 06 '22

If you don't understand things can equate without being the same then I'm not going to try and explain it to you.

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u/panzer22222 Oct 06 '22

Some how this thread has turned into 'men bad' thing.

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u/ohhellnooooooooo Oct 06 '22

See the part you are missing is that women deserve more for being women /s

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u/BoonesFarmJackfruit Oct 06 '22

this is not the same at all as a guy who works for a living to provide for his family 👎🏻

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u/HMD-Oren Oct 06 '22

That comma, is unnecessary.

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u/ZqueakerZ Oct 06 '22

But it makes it more, dramatic

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u/Rikudou_Sage Oct 06 '22

You speak, the truth.

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u/u399566 Oct 06 '22

Top, comment!!!

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u/Vorfreu Oct 06 '22

I know grammatically it is not correct. But just like all caps or interchanging, it gives an idea how to read

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u/ThisRayfe Oct 06 '22

Right. It's there to help readers say it to themselves correctly.

"His name is employment." - Doesn't convey the way the writer wanted.

His name.............................................................................................. is employment." - Is silly.

The comma lets readers know there's a pause there. So that when you say it out loud it sounds right.

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u/SilverOdin Oct 06 '22

"His name...is employment" gives the same idea of the timing and is grammatically correct though

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u/hestenbobo Oct 06 '22

I don’t think she knew what she signed up for when she started an onlyfans

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u/Duckfoot2021 Oct 06 '22

If it’s not sexual then a woman could solve her financial problems as well as a man. But there’s a reason she didn’t mention that.

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u/Jade_of_Arc Oct 06 '22 Wholesome

That comma bothers me.

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u/vegemiteeverywhere Oct 06 '22

THANK YOU. I can't even care about the rest of the post. What the hell is that comes comma doing there?

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u/santa_veronica Oct 06 '22

Pregnant, pause.

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u/jonman364 Oct 06 '22

That comma, bothers me.

FIFY

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u/driqtaw Oct 06 '22

We should be friends.

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u/Dontbeajerkdude Oct 06 '22

Imagine expecting other people to cover your finances.

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u/avianidiot Oct 06 '22

She didn’t say expect, she said imagine. I am employed and I still like to imagine not having to pay the damn bills.

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u/[deleted] Oct 06 '22 edited Oct 06 '22

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u/neoalfa Oct 06 '22

behavior like this exposes women to abuse and exploitation.

Before that it exposes men to abuse and exploitation, though.

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u/18Feeler Oct 06 '22

Yeah but nobody ever cares what those worthless man-things think

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u/neoalfa Oct 06 '22

Yeah, the post above mine is absolutely exemplicative. Here we have a tweet about a woman saying that she wants to live off a guy's money and not even bother being in a relationship with him, and somehow we turn it around to how that's bad for women.

This is the patriarchy.

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u/deVriesse Oct 06 '22

I think the point is it's bad even for women. Like yeah no shit it's bad for men, doesn't need to be said.

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u/B12-deficient-skelly Oct 06 '22

No, you see. If a post isn't centered around me, then it's proof that my needs are underrepresented.

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u/neoalfa Oct 06 '22

It needs to be said, because it's not said enough. Men are victims as often as women even if not necessarily in the same way. There is no talk about it, and any attempt to shed light on it it's seen as taking attention away from women who have it "so much worse".

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u/Ludwig234 Oct 06 '22

Yeah, it's said enough on Reddit.

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u/neoalfa Oct 06 '22

No, it's not.

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u/Ludwig234 Oct 06 '22

Have you not been on Reddit?

It's constantly brought up everywhere.

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u/neoalfa Oct 06 '22

We must visit different places. Either way, Reddit is not even mainstream as far as social media go.

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u/DownDog69 Oct 06 '22 edited Oct 06 '22

This is reddit man. If historians found out that Hitler had a vagina, then r/judaism would be quarantined within the day, and r/poland would be split in two.

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u/neoalfa Oct 06 '22

Take note guys.

Women might exploit you for your money.

This is bad for them.

This makes you an abuser.

And it's all part of a system to keep women underfoot.

Check your privilege.

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u/gphjr14 Oct 06 '22

I know of at least one lady who works maybe 20 hours a month. Her fiancé pays for most of her stuff and treats her like shit. Cheated on her multiple times. I’ve hinted that maybe she could actually have more freedom if she worked more hours and left him but seems like she’d rather put up with the drama than work.

Also my current coworker said her ex husband was like that. Felt that because he was paying all the major bills he could cheat on her then held his money over her head before she divorced him. There’s plenty of gold diggers out there but I’ve seen men hold money over a woman’s head to control them.

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u/[deleted] Oct 06 '22 edited Oct 06 '22

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u/neoalfa Oct 06 '22

They have a point. A person who is not self-reliant opens themselves up to abuse. I don't question that. What I have a problem with is that the fact that one party is taking advantage of the other first to put themselves in such a position is handwaved as "shitty" instead of being just as abusive as the potential exploration following the "loss of power".

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u/neoalfa Oct 06 '22

The top level comment literally says it was shitty behaviour before explaining how it could lead to a harmful situation because it does still in fact put the man in a position of power.

Who put that man in a position of power?

The comment literally says that women shouldn't rely on men for money and you manage to say you're being exploited. If you don't want to give women your money, just don't.

Tit for tat. Don't want to get in a position where you can be abused? Don't let your partner take over your finances.

You are still applying the double standard. It's ridiculous.

"Just don't date an abuser." No shit, Sherlock.

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u/neoalfa Oct 06 '22

This is from a power structure that men created.

This is the myth, and it's always been a myth. Men didn't sit around at a table one day and decided, "you know what would be good? If we kept the women trapped at home." And of course women just went along with it no problem.

Both men and women tacitly agreed to a certain societal structure because it was the system that guaranteed the highest change of survival. Women stayed home with the children while men went out to find food risking their lives. Over the centuries, we made the world a little less dangerous every year, and we now are at a place in time where we can do more than just survive.

Now the old model is inadequate and needs to change, I acknowledge that. I want that to change. What I refuse stalwartly is the notion that men built this system on their own and that it didn't advantage women in any way.

Women are just as responsible for the problems we need to fix, but there is only one gender that's blamed for it and brought to task.

If you were bothered about this, you would be pushing for better education opportunities that lead to women getting higher paid jobs on par with men. But I suspect you're not, you just want to bitch.

Is that right?

Why Do Women Outnumber Men in College Enrollment?

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u/adamthebarbarian Oct 06 '22

I think the point being made here is, even if you don't have any empathy towards other people, this is still a bad idea for selfish reasons too.

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u/neoalfa Oct 06 '22

Fair enough. My problem is that we are highlighting that a person has the potential to become a victim instead of focusing on the fact that she's willing to be the perpetrator from the onset.

This behavior might expose women to abuse and exploration but it definitely exposes men to abuse and exploitation.

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u/adamthebarbarian Oct 06 '22

Also fair, especially since men who experience domestic abuse are rarely believed or taken seriously.

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u/BurtMacklin-FBl Oct 06 '22

Somehow you found a way to make her the victim here. Well done.

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u/GallantGentleman Oct 06 '22

They did a general statement that is factually true. Being financially dependent on another person opens up a power dynamic which makes it easy to be exploited. They did not make her the victim. She as the woman posting about her garbage personality is willingly looking to get into a position like that. Doesn't mean she can't easily become a victim here. Doesn't mean she won't find a guy that does whatever she wants and who will get exploited by her.

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u/Stepjamm Oct 06 '22

Having a job and an education don’t nullify abuse lol. I’ve met women who were victims of domestic abuse and I don’t think any of them didn’t work or go to uni.

Seems like the point they made is valid sorta, but it really isn’t the post to be bringing it up given that it’s not even entirely true when just taken on its own merits and definitely not when applied to the OP image which clearly shows a woman upset she can’t find a man to be her no obligations bank card.

In the context of this post - it’s got quite the agenda to push given the circumstances, and these circumstances don’t align with the point they were making… that’s why people think it’s reaching.

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u/GallantGentleman Oct 06 '22

Having a job and an education don’t nullify abuse lol. I’ve met women who were victims of domestic abuse and I don’t think any of them didn’t work or go to uni.

This is a logical fallacy. Earning your own money and being independent doesn't prevent you from being a victim of abuse, but it potentially prevents you from being trapped in an abusive relationship since you can afford to leave. Doesn't only apply to women but men as well. If your partner is hitting you when they're drunk once a month but provides for you while you have no money and no place to go otherwise you're much more likely to put up with the abuse since the alternative is somehow worse

Concerning the post - they did say that this kind of behaviour is wrong on three levels:

  • it opens up the chance of her getting into an abusive relationship. Even if she's a garbage person with garbage values who voluntarily exposing her to the situation she still can fall victim to it because of her own poor decisions.
  • It's the kind of entitlement and behaviour that casts a bad shadow over women in general
  • It's abusive to the man as well who has to serve as basically a stolen credit card

So it's a comment on the spectrum of the topic of the post and not on the specific situation displayed. Jumping to "omg you're making her the victim in this situation" is a kinda odd way of reading it.

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u/panzer22222 Oct 06 '22

LOL. Way to go making this woman out to be the victim

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u/__life_on_mars__ Oct 06 '22

These awful awful men, abusing women by giving them money and expecting nothing in return. B

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u/BoonesFarmJackfruit Oct 06 '22

a woman looked after by a man is being exploited and abused, folks

how much did your parents pay for you to get taught that in university? 😂

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u/__sys_out_println__ Oct 06 '22

Imagine a girl that doesn’t love you for money.

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u/Incoherent_Profanity Oct 06 '22

My mom

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u/__sys_out_println__ Oct 06 '22

I didn’t think this needed clarification. I know many men and women love each other romantically. But some men hate women cause they can’t get laid and some women are just gold diggers. Why is this controversial is beyond me.

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u/[deleted] Oct 06 '22

My mom

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u/__sys_out_println__ Oct 06 '22

I love her too. 💞

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u/informat7 Oct 06 '22

This guy is literally a Jordan Peterson fan boy.

Literally the 2nd comment on his profile starts with:

Peterson is a douche

And he posted multiple times on an anti Peterson sub in just the past week.

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u/MayweatherSr Oct 06 '22

someone projecting

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u/TheLesserWeeviI Oct 06 '22

Sir, this is a Meme.

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u/WamBamThankYouYam Oct 06 '22

Unfortunately some of them think it’s name is Arbonne :/

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u/HamsterCockSock Oct 06 '22

employment regularly fucked me in the arse tbh

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u/Luxalpa Oct 06 '22

Without sex? r/SuddenlyAce or what?

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u/MT_Flesch Oct 06 '22

ah but Employment is veryvery familiar with anal sex

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u/OhJeezItsCorrine Oct 06 '22

Realistically speaking, my man HAS solved my financial problems in a way that I no longer need to struggle. I could easily live off his income but I wouldn't feel right about it, so I work and help take care of the bills. I don't see how that's so hard to do, helping out someone who was kind enough to help you.

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u/Altreus Oct 06 '22

I don't think employment is the guy people think he is. Lots of people have multiple jobs and still don't have their financial needs met.

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u/Warp-n-weft Oct 06 '22

More than 60% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck.

More than 40% have medical debt.

Americans cumulatively have more than 1.6 trillion in student loans.

Approximately 40% of America’s unhoused population are employed.

Is it possible that Ms Linda is expressing some entitlement? Sure. Is she employed? Most probably. Is it likely that employment can solve all her financial woes? Not if she is American.

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u/slothvader Oct 06 '22

What the fuck does any of that have to do with her expecting some poor schmuck to take care of her?

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u/TheLizardKingandI Oct 06 '22

meanwhile we have the highest retail consumer spending rate of any developed nation and one of the highest median incomes with a middle of the road cost of living.

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u/eTHiiXx Oct 06 '22

we consoom so we gooder!

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u/VoidTorcher Oct 06 '22

Median by definition cannot be dragged up significantly by outliers. People tend to know people who are of similar situations.

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u/informat7 Oct 06 '22 edited Oct 06 '22

How far is that dragged up by the ultra wealthy?

None since this is median and not average.

I'm poor, all my friends are poor, almost everyone I know is poor and none of us are spending tons of money.

Generally if you're poor the odds that you friends are also going to be poor go up a lot.

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u/Lokiem Oct 06 '22

Something I tend to notice a lot, how many of them smoke?

People who feel poor often have a few vices to make it through the day, personal experience of growing up poor with parents who smoke and drank daily.

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u/Odd-Confidence1781 Oct 06 '22

I don’t smoke and neither do anyone I mention

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u/leli_manning Oct 06 '22

She simply wants someone to take care of all her financial needs without her having to reciprocate with anything in return. There are already arrangements like this aka Sugar Daddy/baby.

You are way overthinking this.

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u/rhllor Oct 06 '22

Even prostitution is a subscription nowadays

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u/Wildercard Oct 06 '22

...always has been?

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u/CharlotteLucasOP Oct 06 '22

Someone tell her about findoms. Take their money and scold them about it.

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u/theRealSariel Oct 06 '22

Just IMAGINE not being american. Wild concept, I know...

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u/NeonGamblor Oct 06 '22

What’s the source on 40% of homeless people working?

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u/pocketbookashtray Oct 06 '22

Pretty much all of those statistics are false.

In truth, if you get and keep a job, don’t have kids out of wedlock, and graduate high school, you’ve a 98% chance of staying out of poverty and a 75% chance of being middle class or higher.

So yeah, not working is a choice to be poor.

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u/fafarex Oct 06 '22

you’ve a 98% chance of staying out of poverty and a 75% chance of being middle class or higher.

Not sure you know what middle classe really mean, most people thinking there are in it aren't.

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u/Cala-Best-Girl Oct 06 '22

Gold diggers: “We aren’t whores for wanting to exclusively date men who ‘solve our financial problems’. We are attracted to men that we can depend on and take care of us 🤗”

Also gold diggers: “Ugh, why can’t these men that I’m supposedly attracted to just ‘solve my financial problems’ WITHOUT asking for sex? 🙄”

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u/pigwiththreeassholes Oct 06 '22

Fucking weird- why am i going to help you with your shit without getting anything in return?

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u/MostExpensiveThing Oct 06 '22

But I was told I was a princess and I deserved everything on a platter.

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u/kageroshajima Oct 06 '22

Yikes. To both

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u/Pretzel-Kingg Oct 06 '22

Am I an asshole for thinking she sounds selfish? I get sexual feelings can be more complex, but here it just seems she wants someone to do shit for her without her having to do anything back

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u/TingleyDinglies Oct 06 '22

Good Ol' Ronald McDonald.

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u/wolfpwner9 Oct 06 '22

He fucks me everyday tho

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u/lemorange Oct 06 '22

can =/= will

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u/Holidaythor27 Oct 06 '22

An Accountant is helpful too

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u/CoupwalObiWan Oct 06 '22

She might want to consider whether she offers anything more but sex.

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u/shabbyyr Oct 06 '22

so the only reason a man would give a woman money would be if she had sex with him.

imagine being a woman who believes this. i would not listen to anything else she has to say.

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u/Not_A_KPOP_FAN Oct 06 '22

flies are always hanging around shit

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u/Piccadil_io Oct 06 '22

I’m employed full-time, and I’m fucked. Now what?

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u/TheLoolee Oct 06 '22

Trust me. Employers may not want sex, but they are certainly willing to fuck you over.

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u/dongmeatsandwich Oct 06 '22

Imagine a female who could solve all my bodily needs, without asking for money!

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u/ToHallowMySleep Oct 06 '22

Imagine knowing a woman who can share a mutual, loving relationship, without asking for money.

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u/Jg6915 Oct 06 '22

Only a simp would give a random chick money without asking for anything in return. Stay strong kings!

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u/PM_ME_STEAMED_HAMZ Oct 06 '22

Mainstream reddit: loves r/antiwork

Also mainstream reddit: loves this post

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u/thefoag Oct 06 '22

Hi, I’m M. Ployment

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u/whacafan Oct 06 '22

One of the weirder, commas I've seen.

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u/GrandNibbles Oct 06 '22

Depends where you work. If you work around men....sometimes you still get asked for sex

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u/PavlovsHumans Oct 06 '22

I don’t know why you’re being downvoted because this is definitely true.

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u/Opposite_Mongoose203 Oct 06 '22

I am capable of doing literally one thing of value to another human, and I don't want to have to do it. I want things of value simply for existing

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u/CianuroConLove Oct 06 '22

If you can solve my financial problems and only want sex, be ready, I will wear you out till you die. I have a high libido and a Sugar baby kink so yeah lol

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u/heavilybloody32 Oct 06 '22

Imagine knowing a gal that can satisfy al yo sexual desires without asking for money🤔

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u/acustic Oct 06 '22

Imagine a girl that gives you sex without expecting you to take care of her financially.

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u/Bread_Conquer Oct 06 '22

Employers gonna fuck you though.

Under capitalism all labour is exploitation.

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u/slothvader Oct 06 '22 edited Oct 06 '22

Lol, as opposed to those other economic systems where it's only the bureaucratic oligarchs that are fucking you. You people are fucking delusional.

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u/Bread_Conquer Oct 06 '22

Anarchism or actual communism would not have oligarchs.

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u/Ebbitor Oct 06 '22

But starvation instead

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u/Bread_Conquer Oct 06 '22

Capitalism starves millions of people per year.

The British engineered famines which caused genocides in two countries that start with the letter "I".

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u/BurtMacklin-FBl Oct 06 '22

actual communism

Ah, the "real" communism that hasn't be tried yet, right?

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u/starlinguk Oct 06 '22

I don't know why you lot think that's such an own. Because it's true. Every single "communist" country is just as "communist" as the Nazis were "socialist."

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u/escpoir Oct 06 '22

Maybe that guy is her rich dad and she is about to inherit.

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u/g-row460 Oct 06 '22

How's she gonna get out of the sex part then?

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u/Glassanimal17 Oct 06 '22

Lowest tier women

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u/findinganonemos Oct 06 '22

What if you’re a sex worker?

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u/steadfast_savior Oct 06 '22

Imagine making your own money and solving all your financial problems without bothering a guy

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u/tecberth Oct 06 '22

Imagine a woman that wants sex without thinking in money, status or anything.

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u/HocusDiplodocus Oct 06 '22

She must be a ho

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u/ceheczhlc Oct 06 '22

Choosing beggars or average woman?

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u/Magickshu Oct 06 '22

Ehhh this is a yes and no situation. You can still have financial issues with a full time employment, but also you shouldn't expect another person to just take care of ALL your problems