Do Dirt and I Hate Straight Women? Part 2

Please see Do Dirt and I Hate Straight Women? Part 1 first, because this post is a continuation.

The controversy surrounding the accusations that Dirt and I hate straight women has continued unabated on Twitter despite our repeated explanations.

Some particularly unbalanced straight “feminists” apparently think that their own misconceptions of the situation gives them license to say cruel things about Dirt, myself, our relationship, other specific Lesbians, and Lesbians in general.

They are wrong.

While everybody is free to agree or disagree with an opinion (or to like or dislike a person), there is absolutely no legitimate excuse whatsoever for the hateful, vile lesbophobic statements that have been made.

So this post will attempt, yet again, what Dirt ACTUALLY said versus what these asshats are claiming she said. I have no hope that those boneheads will listen or understand; it is abundantly clear that they have no interest in even trying to.

Instead, I want it on the record that what is being said is not even close to being accurate.

So, here’s what happened:

Weary of seeing straight “feminists” yammer on and on and ON every day, all day on Twitter about how men are horrible, men are violent, men are holding women down, men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men men (ad nauseum), Dirt finally got fed up and said that if straight women were so very very very concerned about MEN, that they, being the sole childbearers, could potentially band together to reduce the male population to a more manageable number over time.

Literally, women hold the power of life itself. Think about it.

Dirt did NOT say that men/boys should be murdered.

Dirt did NOT say that boy babies should be aborted.

Dirt did NOT say that no male babies should be born.

Dirt did NOT say that the male population should be extinguished.

Dirt did NOT say that straight women should not date/marry/love/fuck men.

Dirt did NOT say that straight women should be celibate.

Dirt did NOT say that all male violence etc. was the fault of straight women.

Dirt did NOT blame all of the world’s problems on straight women.

Dirt did NOT say that straight women deserved any violence or trouble.

Dirt did NOT say that boys/men were bad or that they should be harmed in any way whatsoever (remember: Dirt was responding to THEIR OWN complaints about men…NOT hers).

Dirt did NOT say that they should throw boy babies in a wood chipper.

In short, Dirt did NOT even say that she personally thought that reducing the male population SHOULD even be done.

Instead, Dirt was making a hypothetical point that it theoretically COULD be done by systematic planning, birth control, etc.

My point is if you are going to kvetch about what Dirt said, at least find out WHAT SHE ACTUALLY SAID instead of taking the word of certain hetsplaining hysterical harpies and their simpering sycophant sidekicks.

Just sayin’.

5 thoughts on “Do Dirt and I Hate Straight Women? Part 2

  1. It’s a little confusing to me how/why you guys seem to see/have so much negativity in your space. I have gay and straight family and friends and follow gay and straight people on FB and IG. I see positive and negative things being said on both sides about each others partners or about “… women this and … men that” but there’s not more negative than positive and it certainly doesn’t seem to be more negative than positive on the straight side compared to the gay side (in percentages. in sheer numbers i know more straight people). I suppose I’m lucky in that I am surrounded by so much positivity.

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    • If we were willing to either: a). Just be quiet and never speak out; or b). Tell everyone whatever they want to hear; we would never have these problems.

      Turns out, many straight women don’t like being told that some Lesbians aren’t thrilled to be their all-purpose flunkies and their consolation prizes in case things don’t work out with men.

      Plus, Twitter is particularly bad for people feeling free to be their worst selves, saying things to each other they would never dream of saying in person.

      As I have said in previous posts, we get along fine with people in real life and have a variety of friends, both straight and gay/lesbian.

      It is primarily the online radfems who are the issue.

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    • We weren’t born “negative”. There’s just so much shit out there to respond to. I’m all for heterosexual women, now I have a straight son. Of course, I want fewer and better of them, but I could say that about absolutely everything. I would love to play yentl and pick our son’s partner, but that’s not gonna happen. He has a girlfriend who looks lovely in photos, but we haven’t yet been graced with a meeting with her. Of course, we have all kinds of hopes and dis-hopes, if that’s a thing, but nothing is gonna come of that. Just be always there for them, and stifle down that “toldja so” when it springs to your throat.

      Sorry to come over all parental, for once, Saye.

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