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[–] LaMaupin 52 points (+52|-0)

Society always shames women for men’s actions.

“I don’t have daddy issues, my dad has issues.”

[–] Texture 26 points (+26|-0)

Same with "Who hurt you?". They are weaponizing trauma that their fellow men inflicted, so yes men as a group should be punished for those actions.

[–] notyourfetish 26 points (+26|-0)

Ikr? But then they turn around and accuse "TERFs" of weaponizing trauma, when "TERFs" being "traumatized" has never done anything to harm TIMs or their dumbass cult.

They're always projecting. Always. The reality is, they use our trauma against us, to discredit and dismiss us. They're the ones "weaponizing" trauma.

[–] Julie92845 3 points (+3|-0)

I've never seen "who hurt you?" mentioned with any gender mentioned at all. It just means someone is being an ass to someone else unnecessarily.

[–] AprilHalley 2 points (+2|-0)

I have had that thrown at me a time, or two, in a way that was meant to suggest my reaction to trans lunacy was female hysteria.

[–] sconsolato 22 points (+22|-0)

I wonder why there's no term for men who grew up without fathers and became damaged men because of it. They tend to act out in ways that destroy others (violence, criminality, etc.), while traumatized women tend to hurt ourselves, but we end up wearing the label.

[–] its_levio_SAH 15 points (+15|-0)

There is a term for those men: inmate. I heard some figure a long time ago, the vast majority of inmates in prison grew up in a fatherless home. It was a huge percentage; I don't wanna throw a percentage out without looking it up but can't look it up atm.

[–] ComplicatedSpirit 4 points (+4|-0) Edited

I wonder what would happen if we started saying “mommy issues” towards misogynistic me . Not saying I’d start saying it, just saying I’d wonder what would happen.

[–] asmahan 4 points (+4|-0)

I've heard men being accused of having"mommy issues" plenty. I'd say almost as much as daddy issues. Maybe this is another generational thing.