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No. 3821[Reply]

ITT: We discuss and share resources for realistic and practical self defense
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No. 4181


BJJ is a fantastic choice. Go for it! I share your sentiments about some MA feeling like a meme. But grappling is a lot more practical to know than striking in a real situation so I think it’s great for self defense. Plus you can combine grappling skills with the insanity strategy! please do go try out BJJ if you’re on the fence. Get strong and learn how to efficiently choke men. It’s a fun sport and people are chill in it in my experience.

No. 4284

Is it gel or air?

No. 4298

I would also add that if she has time for it, martial arts with striking aren't entirely useless. Men will almost always have more raw physical strength, but regularly sparring so you aren't scared of taking a hit really does wonders. I've known too many women who have literally gasped in shock and said "oh I could never do that" when they hear I spar and get hit/bruised/knocked around on a regular basis (not to the point of lasting injury, but still). Not trying to humblebrag, of course there are psychos that will come after you no matter what, but interviews and studies on rapists have shown they look for easy targets. You don't want to be the woman who turns into a meek sobbing mess after one smack. They typically go after those who seem like they won't put up a fight, and knowing you can get loud, take a punch and keep standing will give you more confidence. I personally recommend muay thai. Elbows and knees give you four extra weapons and they're hard and bony, so even with moderate use of force they tend to cause good amounts of pain.

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My dad did too, but I wanted a gun. Picrel is what I want.

No. 5781

Shit, I'm so late…

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No. 4374[Reply]

It feels nice to know we’re not alone.
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No. 5758

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Because it's not their land, simple as. Why isn't anyone giving''their own land'' to the gypsies? Is any occidental country invading a piece of India or Pakistan for them? No, because gypsies don't hold any power or influence. Besides, Ashkenazi jews don't even come from Israel, they are of slavic ancestry, and they are the ruling class in Israel that step on sephardis and ethiopians. And jews are as much misogynistic as muslims, not all jews are follow the secular tradition.

No. 5763

>About 44.9% percent of Israel's Jewish population identify as either Mizrahi or Sephardi
So majority of jewish people in Israel are of MENA descent and the fact is Israel has existed as a state for 80 years now, it's people can't just leave, why is it so wrong that a people who have been persecuted everywhere in the world by Muslims and Christians can't have just a small state of their own, there are over 15 Arab Muslim nations in the world, is it so wrong for a single jewish nation to exist

No. 5764

>So majority of jewish people in Israel are of MENA
That doesn't mean they're the ruling class. Many countries in South America have an larger population with complete indigenous or african ancestry, but everyone knows that the ruling classes are mostly the descendents of Europeans or mixed. The fact that there's a significant amount of population of that ethnicity doesn't give them power. Just like 50% of the population of any country is made by women and yet we hold much less rights and safety than men. Ashkenazi jews are the ruling class of Israel, that's a fact.
>he fact is Israel has existed as a state for 80 years now
So what? Time doesn't entitle anyone to occupy land and kill innocent people. Monarchies and dictatorships have lasted centuries and decades, that doesn't make them any more legitimate.
>it's people can't just leave
Then don't leave, just live in Palestine, much easier than going back to Europe, America or Northern Africa countries, right?
>why is it so wrong that a people who have been persecuted everywhere in the world by Muslims and Christians can't have just a small state of their own
Because that land wasn't theirs, it belonged for many centuries to people the Israeli army has killed and massacred. It's not very feminist of you to claim
>I couldn't give a shit that about some arab shithead misogynists feeling bad about it
while ignoring the existence of Palestinian women and girls. I don't give a single shit about jewish men because I know how their communities treat women, like slaves.
>there are over 15 Arab Muslim nations in the world, is it so wrong for a single jewish nation to exist
Give them a piece of your own country then, so they can build their ethnostate there, caste system included. Unless there's oil in there I don't think they will accept.

No. 5769

44.9% isn't a majority, but also, people were already living there. Before a bunch of western powers decided to create Israel, the land was already occupied by the Palestinian people. If your great great great grandfather lived in a house way back, that wouldn't make it okay for you to move yourself in by killing the family that currently lives there. Women and girls suffer most from these wars and occupations, not the shithead misogynists, and Palestinian women and girls matter just as much as any of us. The answer was never to sanction Israel to genocide the current inhabitants of whatever land they wanted, it was to fight against antisemitism so that Jews would be safe to live even in countries where they're a minority, but that was seen as a lot harder for western powers to accept than just telling them to go make a theocratic ethnostate on someone else's land.

No. 6469

Did you forget that Arab women also live there? Like it or not, women are also affected by things like these.

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No. 5250[Reply]

I know many might disagree with even the base premise of this thread, but the reality is that feminists ignoring the economic factors that effects all women is a major is set back towards womankind, Investing in women’s economic upward mobility sets a direct path towards female liberation and leads to real material power for women
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No. 5262

Oh, I get what you mean now. Not everyone on /ot/ comes to /2X/, and that's mostly where I see that stuff come up, so hopefully it won't be a huge issue and the smaller number of anons here will be willing to chat in good faith

No. 5265

Love the OP image. Not sure if this relates to the topic, but I took a personal finances class last summer and I never felt more empowered and educated about my finances. It covered everything from savings accounts to buying cars to retirement plans to investing. I really recommend all women to learn about personal finances so you can be educated and confident when making small and major financial decisions.

No. 5266

Every feminist I've spoken to (thankfully) is 150% for the financial and economic empowerment of women. It's one of the only reasons we're able to have enjoyable lives away from scrotes, because women are no longer dependent on men to work and earn their own money, have their own bank accounts, get their own property (in some countries). You see it over and over again in "developed" countries too, women who choose to become SAHMs and drop their jobs often end up with abusive husbands who get high on owning all the resources and the women can't leave because they'd literally lose their food, shelter and security. That's not even touching on scenarios like the comic describes where a woman might supposedly have opportunities available but in reality they're closed off to her. I think multiple streams of income and developing at least one or two skills that can be done remotely is important so you're never without options regardless of where you live.

No. 5341

The witch hunting shit back in the day was literally just to steal land and wealth from women who grew too big. No man gets his finances threatened, it's inconceivable in this day and age, but women do. Best case scenario is Rowling, just get publically blacklisted. Worst case all your wealth assets and fame gets stolen by men who work together with their big brother in the court house, and you get ~mysteriously~ kiled or have a huge humiliation inflicted on you that's televised and celebrated (Britney Spears).

No. 6552

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If you live, reside, or work in the US, the high inflation rate means it's a great time to invest in I-bonds.


check out this thread with great resources. even just a starting principle of 1 or 2k of your savings that you add a little to every month can grow into a decent nest egg to add to your retirement.

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No. 4157[Reply]

Can it be done? I'm dating someone completely different, yet I still find myself uncomfortable and anxious that it will happen again, despite having no evidence to suggest that it would. I alternate between feeling very comfortable and safe in bed to feeling disgusted with myself for letting someone touch me, regardless of how respectful it was. I can't imagine why anyone would like someone like me, and that leads to me feeling suspicious a lot, since low self-esteem makes me more likely to ignore red flags so I can get a crumb of positive attention. It's like I'm on high-alert looking for red flags. It feels unfair to subject someone to this. I'm still so hurt and angry over what the last idiot did to me; do you ever get over it? Share your stories
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No. 4684

He knows what I've been through and he does so much to try and help me, sometimes it does help and other times I just feel so hopeless that nothing anyone says can get through to me. I alternate between feeling somewhat normal (during those times I adore him) and feeling like I should just kill myself to spare everyone the trouble of dealing with me and my baggage (in those instances I feel so overwhelmed with everything and everyone). I know that's the abuser programming though so I'm just trying to get past it as best as I can. It's really hard

I understand why you'd be hesitant to move in with someone after that. IMO it's very on topic. Sure it wasn't a romantic relationship but it was still an abusive one that left you with some scars.
>If I put myself in that situation after being trapped in that situation with my mom's ex for over a decade, I'll go nuts.
I really relate to this part in particular. I don't have much to offer in the way of advice, just wanted you to know that I feel for you. it's rough

No. 4689

Honestly I’m at the point where I don’t desire cohabitation anymore not only for safety reasons and avoiding unfair responsibilities but because I genuinely love living on my own. Being able to decorate exactly how I want, go to bed/eat/do chores on my own schedule, blasting loud music or having it perfectly quiet, walk around naked and do a stupid dance without being ogled, and just generally having my own little sanctuary is bliss. I’ve known a handful of long-term couples that don’t live together but are in the same neighborhood and honestly that sounds ideal to me. Being able to spend time together whenever you want but also having a separate sense of peace and security. If your bf has a goal of eventually cohabitating with a partner maybe it’s not a good fit, but it’s not “unfair” of you to prefer having your own space either.

No. 4690

That’s good to hear he’s so supportive! Just based on what you’ve written here it sounds like the desire to leave is coming more from that place of trauma rather than a well-reasoned plan. It would be one thing if you acknowledged you needed to do certain actions to heal which could only be completed alone, but obviously feeling suicidal is not part of a healthy outlook. Feeling good at least some of the time is still progress. You’re right that it’s not easy, but if the rational side of you knows you’ve got a good thing going on I think it would be a shame to throw it away because you don’t want to be a burden. It’s good to take responsibility for yourself but remember your bf is an adult capable of making his own decisions, and if he’s repeatedly saying you’re worth it to him, then he’s one of those good voices you ought to allow to stay to combat the negative ones.

No. 4700

You've described how I feel too. I've heard of married couples living across the road from each other and whilst I get it doesn't make financial sense, it makes sense in every other way to me. Now that I finally have my own space, I'm never giving it up for a man again.

No. 4747

Well my trauma stems from how my mom treated me and raised me (and the way it shows up looks very similar like on OP's pic >>4157 ) but I feel it also projected on my choice of love.

I used to be quite lovesick and when I would meet a guy that was attractive to me and also clicked with my personality and interests, I would fall in love fast.

But these scrotes (all two of them that I dated lol) turned out to be abusive and in way that reflected my own mother's abuse. Making me feel inadequate through various actions such as - small comments of comparing me to more attractive women, going hot and cold and withholding attention for no apparent reason (not answering text messages), gradually more criticism because I was not reflecting their flavor of the month, annoyed with me if I needed a bit more that day and then showering me with attention when I would shut down.

Anyway I went to a therapist and started processing all of that. As I was processing issues with my mother, my whole perception of myself and the world started shifting, I realized I didn't want to be in relationship for some time. As I was about to break it off, I found out he was cheating anyway so I guess the whole process was quicker. (He tried to reel me in back but by that time I was completely in a different mindset and I could see it for what it was).

And that was my last relationship which happened 3 years ago. In the meantime I stopped being lovesick and I am put off by the thought of getting back to dating world.
I feel like I am rebuilding my own life brick by brick and there is 0 energy to try and start something with someone. Maybe because both my experiences were bad, maybe because what I hear from friends and acquaintances relationships it is equally as bad or even worse.

As long as I have good platonic relationships with people around me, I'm fine.

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No. 4186[Reply]

This is 2X-Tan, he's a tall buff goth dude and the male personification of /2X/

say something nice about him
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No. 4634

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people on the drawing room have started drawing /2X/ as a woman so I guess we are ok now

No. 4648

Hell yeah. I'm not against himbo /2X/ but I do think this is more fitting. She looks great

No. 4666


No. 4667

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I'm the one who drew longhaired female 2X - glad you like her! There is a cool shorthaired version too, drawn a couple of times here.

No. 4672

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seeing this made my morning

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No. 4535[Reply]

For things that doesnt necessarily necessarily have to do with troons being milky so they don't belong in /snow/ but still are worth to/we want to talk.

(Aka, the mtf thread get derailed way to much lately so dump the sperging about gays and bis here)
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No. 4552

same. i die inside everytime i see a woman in drag makeup and that dumb wavy dead from spray hair.

No. 4553

Drag is so unapelling it literally doesn't look good on anyone. I can't believe is one of the biggest aesthetics for zoomers.

No. 4554

I believe men that cultivate androphilic feelings are more dangerous than their straight counterparts, cause women are much more irrelevant to their lives, and men are much more put on a pedestal

No. 4555

more dangerous how? like violent?

No. 4557

Can't be anymore dangerous than handmaidens with the eagerness to throw predators into womens spaces tbh

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No. 3752[Reply]

The return edition!
The discussion of GC/PP topics isn't banned on the main website. This is just a focused place to share our ideas.
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No. 3913

What extent of discussion on race is allowed? I would be really interested to explore misogyny throughout various cultures and how it differs per race. This is just my opinion, but coming from my own experience, I personally believe non-white men are more violent and depraved than white men. I believe white men are capable of being extremely awful, but it seems as though the worst crimes (gruesome rape and murder, rituals, sacrifices, violent cultural practices) are simply _more common_ among non-white men. I am sorry for sounding racist, this is simply something I find interesting and would like to explore in more detail. The opinions of others would be valuable in exploring this. I just am not sure if it is allowed or appropriate due to its focus on race. I am in no way trying to wk white men or be their handmaiden.

No. 3917

Yeah, no. I think this will devolve in race-sperging pretty easily, just this post is already racebait.

No. 3919

My view isn't that white western men are better, rather other cultures are far worse
patriarchal oppression does exist in the west but to say that Sweden is on par with Sindh, where young hindu girls get raped by Muslim men as a form of righteous Jihad and acid attacks are an almost weekly occurrence, its just bullshit and its testy cause a lot of radfems get offended by that fact, that other cultures are a lot worse
they always reply "all men are shit and we all suffer under patriarchy, so stop complaining" and then bring isolated cases and not a civilization problem that most women under third world suffer

I'd say women in the middle ages had more rights and freedoms then the vast majority of the third world today

No. 3927

It has nothing to do with race and everything to do with not living under theocracies and people being comparatively less superstitious

No. 4152

Can someone make a pickme thread

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No. 3732[Reply]

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No. 4094

Ladies, is anyone interested in discussing how to let more women know about the /2x/ revival without moids like the gore spammer finding out? I’ve already sent the link to my friends who use this site, but I’m hesitant to mention it on the other boards even though I think there’s a lot of /ot/ and /g/ nonnies who’d be happy to learn it’s back.

No. 4095

>my friend that use this site
Nonnie I'm so jelly (in a good, wholesome way, I'm happy for you).
I thought about this too btw, just casually namedrop the board in the other ones and I think women will be more likely to notice and (if they don't know about it) ask about what it is. Moids are usually too fucking focused on the shit shillposting or some other larp shit to notice.

No. 4097

That’s how I discovered it was reopened since I couldn’t make it to the town hall! I do kind of wonder though, a lot of gals used to get redtexted for radfem rants and such, maybe it would be nice if the farmhands could use ban messages to direct them here. It just sounds like a smart way to spread the word to anons who’d be interested without tipping off the scrotes. I hope you can find some good farmer friends of your own! It’s a lot of fun reading threads together and sharing screenshots and such.

No. 4102

I like your thinking

No. 4358

This is how I found the board, but unfortunately it seems pretty dead. I'll be sticking around though and maybe telling other women who I know lurk here about it.

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No. 3923[Reply]

Vent about subhuman xy's, share your experiences about them, and give advice on how to avoid and deal with them.
No not my nigel/not all men
No racebait
No planned violence posts
As always please do not respond to bait, doing so will result in a 3-day ban.

No. 3925

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Not a contribution, but lol at this threadpic Glad the PP threads are back! I will really only lurk occasionally, but I would like to see this board revived.

No. 3926

We have one already

No. 3929

why did you make another one lol

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No. 5[Reply]

Gender critical and radical feminism define gender as sociological (feminine/masculine) and sex as biological (female/male). Woman is defined as an adult human female. Radical feminists seek to abolish gender as it is used by patriarchy to oppress women socially, reproductively, and financially. They strive to preserve women's spaces (such as restrooms, locker rooms, and health care providers) and areas of artistic and intellectual expression separate from men.

Trans ideology posits that one's gender is self-determined based on one's feelings and defines woman as the characteristics and behaviors traditionally ascribed to females by society. Increasingly, transactivists are conflating gender and sex and asserting that a person can self-identify both gender and sex.

Gender critical feminists strive to maintain the distinction between gender and sex. The conflation of gender and sex erases the biological reality of women, eliminates women-only spaces, and disestablishes women as a protected class. Existing laws and legislation currently being passed around the world allowing for self-identification on legal documents do not differentiate between gender and sex.

The acronym TERF (Trans-Exclusionary Radical Feminism) is used primarily by transactivists and their allies to denigrate radical feminists and other women who express gender critical ideas. Transactivists portray TERFs as violent oppressors by virtue of their ideas alone.

Posts of related news and web articles are welcome. Posts of photos, videos, and blogs of transactivists for the purposes of discussion and critique are welcome. Please refrain from derailing, infighting, and ad hominem attacks. This thread is not intended for the general discussion of feminism, sexuality, misogyny, or misandry.

Radical Feminism thread >>>/ot/373459

https://www.fairplayforwomen.com | Post too long. Click here to view the full text.
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No. 3720

Wait the board is going tomorrow??? Where will we go?

No. 3724

I guess maybe AG since they supposedly now have a female admin, but Idk though. I think I might take a break from reading about troon shit because it always makes me so fucking mad. Can't be good for my blood pressure.

No. 3726

These are are our options at the moment:



Asherah's Garden most closely follows the format anons are used to. It's mostly been inactive since the owner was doxed as a male, but no evidence of malicious intent has been discovered. Safety concerns about using the board have mostly boiled down to IP addresses and the dangers of posting personal info, which applies to any imageboard and can be mitigated with a VPN.
There are (supposedly) female staff on board, with a female admin recently being appointed. They’re still looking for a new board owner and accepting applications, though.

No. 3727

the link for AG is dead?

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