Oh Disney, You So Misogynist!

How could you?  HOW COULD YOU??

Oscar nominated RAPE ANTHEM!

What else are we to think of these lyrics?

Yes, yes you want her
Look at her, you know you do
Its possible she wants you too
There is one way to ask her
It don’t take a word
Not a single word
Go on and kiss the girl (kiss the girl)

FLIRTING…is NOT consent!

DATING…is NOT consent!

Disney endorses RAPE!


h/t Tom Maguire at Just One Minute.


Author: Paul Krendler

The Thinking Man's Zombie

11 thoughts on “Oh Disney, You So Misogynist!”

  1. No trigger warning? That song gives me terrors ever since I got stuck on "Voyage of the Little Mermaid".

  2. Robert Stacey McCain has been all over this, and how the current trend on college campuses is basically outlawing heterosexual intimate conduct.

    If you are a young man attending college, you should plan on being chaste for 4 years.

  3. [Moralizing]
    If you wouldn't trust the other person with your life, you shouldn't be having sex with them anyway.

  4. I have a white, lefty friend on Facebook who posted that she thanks God every day that she doesn't have to worry about her college bound son being shot by a policeman every time he goes out. I cringed, but held off from responding that if I had a son in college today, my real and primary concern would be that he would be arrested, denied due process and sent to jail, or at the very least expelled, for "rape" which is now the term that includes behavior (getting laid) perfectly acceptable when she and I were in college.

    "Rape" should always appear with scare quotes these days. It's infuriating.

    1. Social evolution on college campuses over the last 5-10 years have rendered ubiquitous - and therefore useless - the last word of the best advice my father ever gave me:

      "Son...never stick your dick in crazy."

  5. Too late.


    At this point, I'd advise any young man going to college to embrace an ascetic lifestyle. Failing that, stay in his damn dorm room and spank the monkey if he needs release, because at this point just LOOKING at a girl's got a good chance of getting a guy up in front of a university 'advisory council'.

    1. I had just finished reading this article via Ace before coming here. Really frightening.

      One morning recently, my daughter called me all upset because her friend, at school in Florida, had texted her that she had been raped the previous night and my daughter hadn't been able to reach her after the text for a fuller explanation. I have known this girl since she was a baby, she's beautiful, a real good girl and I'm very fond of her. So I was upset, because *real* rape is horrible and talked to my daughter about what she would need to tell her friend (counseling, police, etc.) when she got in touch with her and to please keep me posted.

      Turns out this dear girl drank too much and had sex with a boy she really liked but wanted to hold off having sex with. She's happily dating him now. Ack. (When my daughter mentions her friend I always ask how her boyfriend "The Rapist" is doing.)

      I had a nice talk with my daughter; she was also ticked off at her friend for crying wolf. My daughter understands this. Yay! But these girls are being taught to do this! And they respond gleefully because it's an easy avenue toward all sorts of wonderful drama and they gain the undivided attention and sympathy of their peers. And they are immediately awarded hero status. It's irresistible! Meanwhile innocent, sexually enthusiastic, normal young men are being destroyed and any actual rape is lost in all this artificially created confusion. Same thing we've seen happen with cries of racism.

      Well, it won't last much longer, it can't. That's the only optimism I have regarding this awful state of affairs.


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