Mainstream feminism

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  10. susanawalsh says:
  11. April 27, 2010 at 12:34 am
  12. Whoa, Culture Importer, why is it wrong for Athlone, or any young man to want to get laid? It sounds to me like the most natural thing in the world. How did he throw ethics to the wind? Athlone was polite and chivalrous, even in his unsuccessful attempts. In fact, a woman literally dragged him into an empty room at Animal House and took off her shirt. From what I've read, she's the one with questionable ethics.
  14. Athlone's drinking heavily when he got to college may not have been a smart move – he has said as much. However, he never harmed anyone, so it's really his decision and his business. His behavior is hardly unusual – the vast majority of freshman arrive in campus ready to go crazy in their first months away from home. Colleges gave up being in loco parentis 20 years ago, a big factor in the creation of hookup culture. Kids are under enormous peer pressure to "fit in." What normal college kid doesn't want that?
  16. Seriously, your judgment here seems excessively harsh.
  18. susanawalsh says:
  19. April 27, 2010 at 1:00 am
  20. No there is not. I wrote a post about this: Why Do Feminists Find Abstinence Intolerable?
  23. susanawalsh says:
  24. April 27, 2010 at 1:03 am
  25. The problem is that sex-positive feminism gets 9% of the women, but 90% of the media's attention, or at least it has for years. More recently, a couple of feminists have questioned the value of casual sex and written about it, hence the "backlash" meme in the mainstream media.
  27. The difference between Athlone and Moe is that Athlone wants to get drunk and laid. Moe wants YOU to get drunk and laid, preferably without protection.
  29. ATS says:
  30. April 27, 2010 at 1:56 am

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