Quote# 125562

Anonymous, Whisper 14 Comments [3/19/2017 4:53:02 PM]
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Submitted By: Demon Duck of Doom

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Try "ashamed of yourself for raising him to be an unfaithful partner", as opposed to any kind of sexist bullcrap.

3/19/2017 5:13:22 PM

TB Tabby

The correct answer is "ashamed that he cheated on his girlfriend." Or did you actually raise him to be an unfaithful little shit? In that case, his girlfriend shouldn't stop at breaking your son's nose.

3/19/2017 7:11:55 PM


Take a third option, OP; "DON'T CHEAT ON YOUR GIRLFRIEND"!

I don't approve of her getting violent since domestic violence is bad no matter who does it to who.

And also....


3/19/2017 7:57:56 PM

Pharaoh Bastethotep

Be ashamed that your son is an adulterous arsehole and ashamed for being a sexist idiot.

3/20/2017 1:48:55 AM

The Reptilian Jew

It's a tad too late to praise your son for his chivalry after he cheated on his girlfriend, dontcha think.

Also, YESSSSSSSSSS. Finally we have a Sexists Say the Darndest Things section!

3/20/2017 6:33:26 AM


I'm just going to go out on a lonely limb here and suggest that revenge is not a healthy way to respond to a relationship gone bad, and that domestic violence is not acceptable, even if perpetrated by a woman.

Not that cheating on your S.O. is okay, but actually breaking a bone in somebody else's body is way worse, and is justly not tolerated when done by a man, to a woman.

Of course, OP is just stigmatizing her son for being the victim of domestic violence. Suggesting it makes him less of a man because his girlfriend attacked him isn't helping address the issue at all. This is the kind of shit all the MRA types ought to care about: how stupid attitudes about the "right" way to be a boy literally kill people.

Also, having seen just a bit of divorce law in person, let me say that any kind of vengefulness in breakups a) makes you look like at least as big an asshole as the person who wronged you, b) guarantees that everybody concerned will have a really hard time just getting on with their lives, and c) might cost you a lot more than it could possibly be worth. So don't hit him, hit him up, or superglue his dick. Just accept that he wasn't what you thought he was, that love hurts, and get on with your life.

At least he didn't beat you, right?

3/20/2017 8:07:32 AM


This section is a good addition. There was definitely a need

3/20/2017 8:53:46 AM


So your son cheating does not bother you?

3/20/2017 10:10:26 AM

No One In Particular

I'm glad his girlfriend stood up for herself, though I don't know if punching him was the best option. Anyone who does something that awful should, at the very least, suffer an immediate breakup. You should reprimand him and then remind him (and yourself, apparently) that infidelity in a relationship should not and will not be tolerated.

@SpukiKitty, The Reptilian Jew, Psalmanazaar:

YES!!! Been waiting for this FOREVER!

3/20/2017 10:54:23 AM


Where's the third option?

3/20/2017 2:34:32 PM

Demon Duck of Doom

Why is everybody so focused on the adultery? Domestic abuse is far worse than any kind of adultery.

3/20/2017 2:41:17 PM

Kid Cthulhu

I'm not sure if I should cheer that we finally have a "Sexists Say The Darnedest Things" or be mournful that there's so much of this horror that we had to put it in a special category.

At least certain folks won't complain about Incel quotes clogging the Fundie area now ^_~

3/20/2017 5:10:57 PM


How about being ashamed that he cheated on his girlfriend? You didn't raise him right.

3/22/2017 12:59:46 PM


the people on this board are a bunch of man haters. only talking about the man cheating and not the domestic violence which is far worse. wouldnt be making these comments if the violence was the other way around

3/28/2017 4:03:39 AM

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