“Tits or GTFO.”

Once a meme/joke, has taken a toll on the mentality of on the internet. It was funny the first few times to hear/see “Tits or GTFO”, but now it’s taken on a form of an ugly monster with no face. The anonymity of the internet feeds these mindsets to those that want to be sheep and not targets of ridicule from their other male counterparts, labeling them as “White Knights”. Nevertheless, I’m still at odds with the video game and internet community. A once “Boys Only” club is slowly becoming co-ed. Which brings me to tonight’s conundrum:

How is that both of these communities cry out for the need of estrogen in their cesspool of testosterone, but when it becomes available, it is almost rejected from the start? Barely given a chance, labels are slapped onto our heads like the Scarlet Letter, making it almost impossible to feel a genuine sense of community. It’s either, “OMG IT’S A GIRL. /Pounce on her like the last slice of pizza or “Omg… It’s a girl. She’s worthless and shouldn’t be here anyway. Let’s talk about how bad her vagina smells.” Why would any decent female want to be subjected to this sort of treatment? Even the strongest females eventually get fed up with this treatment. Yet, you want us to be there? What kind of passive-aggressive nonsense is that? It’s either one or the other. Pick one.

There have been plenty of times where I have been hit on and treated like a goddess and then treated like garbage. Does that stop me? No. Maybe I’m crazy. Maybe I’m insane, but, both of these platforms are on the public sphere and I refuse to be kept out because of individuals that refuse to go past the status quo.

Deal with it.
– N

Originally posted 2013-06-02 20:50:30. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Originally posted. 03/07/2013

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