8th July 2015

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Why do Men's Rights Activists complain that all woman only want rich and handsome men who are jerks and douchebags, and ugly, poor and nice men don't stand a change?
Why is it so, that they never take ugly, poor, and nice women for dates to prevent misandrist feminazis going on a murderous rampage?

And also, if they're Men's Rights Activists, which basically means they're male supremacists, why do they believe other men to be their enemies? Meaning that they divide all men in only two types:
A. Rich and handsome men who are also jerks and douchebags and still get all women
B. Ugly and poor men who are nice guys and that's why women reject them
And at the same time, their battle cry is "not all men are the same!"

If they are against women's rights and hate women in general, why do they always try to do everything to impress women and get on dates with them?

Why don't they realize that friendship is the basis of all relationships, that it doesn't just work the way you think: hold a door open for a woman, or tell her she has nice hair, and she either gives you a blowjob or makes you a sandwich? It takes a lot of courting and being friends at first, and yes, being a nice guy, before she wants to have sex with you. Just ask any married couple.

And if they are such nice guys, why are they only nice to women they find desirable?
Why don't they open doors for disabled people (regardless of gender) who can't open the doors themselves?
Why don't they ever tell "ugly" girls and women they look beautiful (Goddess knows they would need a little positiveness in their life)?
Why don't they realize that as long as women do not receive equal pay from work, they cannot pay for dates?
If they are in favor of men, why don't they do anything nice for other men?

Why don't they support the rights of men who are truly oppressed, like men of color, trans*men, male victims of rape, queer men, men who do not share their beliefs, male feminists, disabled men?
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My sleeping pattern has changed again, I usually wake up at the small hours, between two or five o'clock in the morning (2 - 5 am), and I feel like I am chipper enough to swim to Norway and back. Usually I manage to sleep till ten o'clock (10 am).

I managed to hold my horses before going to the bank, so I had a scrupulous wash and a hearty breakfast. I amused myself by stretching the routines for a long time, before logging in to the online bank service to check my balance.
I had received hundred (100) euros today, at first I was happy about it but then I realized that the social worker who takes care of my account might not have realized that usually when zie pays me more than eighty (80) euros a week, soon my balance gets below zero and then the weekly allowance is reduced to fifty (50) euros.

I paid a bill and then went to the bank to withdraw the rest of the money, about seventy- five (75) euros.

I had already gone grocery shopping yesterday, but I bought a pair of white Sloggi panties from Citymarket, and a grey cotton shirt with black Ramones logo from a random pop up shop, and by then I started getting worried about my spending so I went back home.

I put the panties and the shirt into the laundry basket, I always wash new clothes before wearing them.

Me and Suavecita had agreed to go to downtown Helsinki today, visit a cafe and go shopping.
I took the bus 452 to Helsinki, visited my favorite thrift shops and bought a green Dirndl dress, a red and white- dotted Marimekko dress, and a pair of hair bobbles with plastic eyeballs.

I met Suavecita in the usual place meeting place at midday. The first thing to do was to go to Lucha Libre, a Mexican restaurant, but it was closed for private happening. Me and Suavecita laughed that they had seen us coming and didn't want two crazy chicks there.

We visited Garageland and then went next door to Brooklyn Cafe; I had a salmon bagel, iced vanilla latte and a cupcake.

We went to thrift shops and I bought two dresses, then we went to Forum shopping center and then to Kamppi shopping center, and when we went to the Central Railway Station where are a lot of shops, I told Suavecita I am going home because I was tired.

I took the train to Myyrmäki and went home, put my new stuffs to their rightful places, washed a load of laundry, and it was almost midnight when I took a shower and brushed my teeth.
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