androgynous-mysticeti said: I love you (trigger warning use of word love). Your blog is so funny.

amiamisandrist:

i honestly can’t tell if this is a troll ask or not

21/8/2014 . 7 notes . Reblog

I’m not a misandrist, but there’s something up with the way men dress. They look like slobs except when they’re doing business, and we all know that dressing well is only done for sexual attention. The business sector is mostly male. So they must want the sexual attention of other men, and not women’s attention. 

9/8/2014 . 199 notes . Reblog
amiamisandrist:

these were their other boring-ass asks
mras always sound like they’re writin damn academic paper

amiamisandrist:

these were their other boring-ass asks

mras always sound like they’re writin damn academic paper

8/8/2014 . 53 notes . Reblog

Anonymous said: Finally, I label you a bigot. Protest as much as you like, your posts give me reason to believe that despite any disagreeing responses, you still display very obvious acts of bigotry. I would gladly come off anon, but i fear you would abuse having that information. Refer to me as Lilly.

amiamisandrist:

why all ur asks sound like a damn academic paper chill out jeez

yawn yawn bore bore we’ve haerd this shit before

8/8/2014 . 21 notes . Reblog

I’m not a misandrist, but I don’t think men should be allowed to wear fedoras and trilbies. They look WAY better on women anyway.

11/7/2014 . 105 notes . Reblog
David Gilmour tribute

I am not a misandrist, but I’m just not interested in teaching male writers. If you want to read male writers, get out of my classroom and go to one of those MRA meetings down the hall. Again, I am not a misandrist, I have even taught one short story by Hemingway once. But then again, most of the students just can’t relate to anything a man wrote, so what’s the point? I mean, I am not a misandrist, I just don’t love men writers enough to teach them. What I teach is serious lady writers. Now, if you are into any of that frivolous stuff, maybe you should check out “Men’s Studies” or “Men’s Literature” section of the book store.

(see http://www.randomhouse.ca/hazlitt/blog/david-gilmour-building-strong-stomachs)

10/7/2014 . 104 notes . Reblog

I’m not a misandrist, but it’s really unattractive when a strange guy gets all upset at me for calling him “hun.” Just relax a bit, sweetie, or no woman will ever marry you. Not to be matronizing or anything…

9/7/2014 . 216 notes . Reblog

I’m not a misandrist, but I think that men should not be allowed to smoke. It’s like, what woman will ever want to kiss that mouth? Plus, it makes them look so un-masculine.

8/7/2014 . 111 notes . Reblog

I am not a misandrist, but I think men who cut their hair short are damaged. Think about it: would you prefer a strapping fellow with long luscious locks or a square with a buzz cut?  Long hair on men has always been considered a sign of fertility, and males would flaunt their tresses to attract females. Not to sound misandrist or anything, but I think men just do it to spite us women. First your man cuts off his hair, next thing you know — he will stop shaving his legs! 

Response to http://www.returnofkings.com/26763/girls-with-short-hair-are-damaged

7/7/2014 . 194 notes . Reblog

thegreatbarrier-reefer:

imnotamisandristbut:

I’m not a misandrist, but we don’t really need MRAs anymore. Inequality ended when boys were allowed to vote.

Actually they are very needed because gender rights do not end with voting… Tell a young boy who was raped but had it dismissed by the rest of the world because he “should have enjoyed it” that the gracious men and women who are standing up for his right to safety, justice and security and “not really needed”. The hell is the matter with you people?

our post refers to MRAs, not feminists, idk why you brought feminists up and said they’re not needed

2/7/2014 . 974 notes . Reblog