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Bliss Rembrandt

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  1. I know I can say yes if I want to. I don't want to. Not even a little bit. I'm not even curious.
  2. Being talked to that way makes me feel inclined to use choice words when I feel like I'm not being understood. It makes me a worse person. I can't read all these comments because there's too much knee-jerk victim blaming.
  3. If being verbally assaulted is your fetish, or of you want to cater to that marked, it should be categorized as such in the search terms and not close to something that's totally not a verbal abuse fetish.
  4. Misogyny is just as pathetic and damaging and mind-numbing in Second Life as it is in real life. Plants die when people talk to them that way.
  5. There used to be a sim based on Jack the Ripper. Someone went to the trouble of creating Victorian London, then there's a role play of sorts, and the note card says, "If you're a female avatar, and you'd like to be a victim, there are plenty of guys here who would be happy to oblige you." There are no other role play scenarios available. It just seems Second Life just has a lot of guys in it who want to be Jack the Ripper or maybe Brock Turner. That gives me the creeps. I'd like to do something to make Second Life better. I don't really give a ***** if some people think I'm the boogeyman. I'
  6. I'm not suggesting fascism. I'm suggesting common sense. I'm suggesting that Second Life be a friendlier place for normal people.
  7. I'm saying I don't want to be here because of this and if you're threatened by that, you can really go ***** yourself. You're using the term "fascist" a little loosely.
  8. Stop telling me that I asked for it or that it's my fault. I had to move to another city in real life because of ***** like this. I now live in a safer area, but I was afraid to go outside today because of something that happened in Second Life.
  9. I do not want to have sex with people who talk to me like this in real life or in second life. It's offensive that someone assumed I would like this.
  10. This is the notecard for the "role play". I put on the HUD to see what it was like, and all they do is say lewd things to me. These men aren't "naughty" they are misogynistic apes. Don't waste my time blaming me for checking this thing out. This is reprehensible. It is broadly offensive content, and the fact that there are no other options is offensive. I did not chat about sex, *****ing, bj, dick, *****, ass, or gang bang, or anything of that nature. I told them they should be ashamed of themselves for talking to women this way. "Welcome to the Naughty Biker RP Sim. We hope you h
  11. You should be able to see adult content with out automatically seeing all the rape play. And I have a problem with people just shrugging it off because it's "not real". A real person developed this role play, and put it in an inappropriate setting deliberately. That's *****ed up. A real person or people wrote the script. Real people are lurking in these areas and donating to these places and I don't want to be near them. I don't need to hear all the misogynistic abusive rhetoric in SL. Someone assumed I was into this because I was on SL and had the adult settings on. Here, I'll come back with
  12. My real life is better than Second Life. Second Life can do better. I can get an education and a job. ***** Chicago right up it's rapey ass.
  13. When you consider the fact that the female "willing victim" avatar is a man at least most of the time, and it's a bunch of guys having a circle jerk in a public area, verbally abusing anyone who happens by, it is hostile to women, not to mention really pathetic.
  14. I want to have a grownup discussion about this. I'm very disappointed in the responses.
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