The comment was on a post from January by SarahMC about a recent study that showed that instead of women “trapping” men by getting pregnant, it’s more often men who try to impregnate their partners against their wishes.
What was fascinating about this piece of trollery wasn’t the usual chauvinist vitriol, although that was certainly present and accounted for. It was that the troll basically admitted that what SarahMC said was true….but tried to Mansplain it away. I’ll spare y’all the full comment, because it was long and hateful, but the grossness was just too ridiculous not to pick apart. And really, what are trolls for if not to provide us a good troll-stomp every now and then?
I can’t believe $#!% like this makes it on the web.
Yes, well, that’s the thing about the web. All kinds of $#!% winds up here, including your comment.
What struck me as funny—funny peculiar, not funny ha-ha—is that this troll won’t use a swear word. It’s totally fine to leave a hateful, crude and nasty comment, but swearing? Out of the question. He’s a classy troll, y’all.
While I’m sure men do this often enough, the notion that a man can control a woman by getting her pregnant in this day and age is the dumbest $#!% I’ve heard all week.
He’s sure men actually do abuse their partners this way, but it doesn’t really matter because even if they do, it won’t work! Females being so ball-busting these days, and all…
There is a whole cottage industry of women who sabotage birth control in order to have the baby of wealthy athletes. We have reality shows (Basketball Wives) devoted to this fact of life.
Because if it’s on reality TV, it must be true. He saw it on VH1 and therefore, he is obviously right!
It is certainly true that men often pull off a condom during sex. I would say the numbers of such men would be easily what you’ve stated here.
Again, he’s not denying the truth of the study itself. But wait—he’s gonna Mansplain it! Strap on your barf bags, sisters!
However, they’re [sic] motivation is very simple. Bareback feels much better. Certainly in most cases there’s no intent to actually have a child or control a woman. They’re simply trying to get a better nut.
Yes, he actually said that. SRSLY. I hope his dick falls off.
But the last line of this comment leaves me scratching my head. It’s almost like a Zen koan. See if it makes sense to you:
Jesus victimology is alive and well I see.
Is he missing a comma there? Did he mean to use “Jesus” as an interjection/epithet: “Jesus, victimology is alive and well”? Or did he mean that this study is part of an ideology of victimization embodied by…Jesus? Or that the women in this study are martyrs, like Jesus?
Anyone want to hazard a guess? WWJD?