MSM Lauds Woman With Stinky Vagina, Blames Boyfriend for Breakup (Seriously)
How many petty reasons do women come up with for dumping boyfriends? What’s the most petty reason an ex gave you before performing the old “It’s not you, it’s me” maneuver? Breakups which are always accompanied by a YouGoGrrl from the rest of the Predatory Females in the pack of wolves afterwards.
What if you stink? What if your penis smelled bad? Do you think a woman would break up with you? Of course she would. But now, men are being criticized for telling women to clean up their act a little.
In one case that has hit the gynocentric mainstream press with a predictable round of female applause afterwards, an Anglobitch had her vaginal hygiene questioned by a “disposable” male. In other words, she had a stinky hole, and her boyfriend called her out on it.
How did she react? She promptly dumped him then went on to publicly blame him for the breakup. Classic female maneuvers all around. Any man experienced with the dissimulating female knows of their innate talent to rewrite history so it conforms to their emotional flights of fancy. From the New York Post:
A doctor has urged other women to break up with any partners who criticize their vaginas — after sharing her own personal experience with a nasty fella. Dr. Jen Gunter spoke out after commenting on recent reports that women have been using Vicks VapoRub to cleanse their vaginas.
Oh, he’s “nasty” and not her.
Notice how women conflate separate issues in their emotional overreactions. Jen’s boyfriend probably just didn’t like being around a chick that smells like tuna all the time. No man is telling women to use Vicks to clean themselves. That sounds like female stupidity developing all on its own via urban myths. (Vicks will clean you out good, guh.) In any case, Jen writes:
For what I am sure is the 100th time the vagina needs no cleaning and the vulva needs very little. Gunter then shared a very personal story about the time she ditched a man who made disparaging comments about her vagina.
Remember men. Alpha Fucks, Beta Bucks. Nice guys finish last. And assholes finish first. Read between the lines and apply the teachings you’ve learned here at TNMM and elsewhere in the manosphere as you analyze this relationshit:
I once dated a guy who insinuated my vagina did not smell right. He was an ass in other ways too, but I just didn’t see it until he impugned my vagina. For example, he [thought] my hair would be better if it were straight. Sadly I took the bait, it wasn’t.
No doubt, her ex preying on her insecurities is what drew her to him. Dark Triad men are often very successful plunderers of poon.
He thought I would look better if I dressed a certain way. Again I took the bait. I just felt worse.
Telling her to practice some basic hygiene was the final straw. What an outrage! A man not wanting to stuff his male parts inside something that smelled toxic.
When it came around to telling me how my vagina could be better it finally clicked that this is a form of control that men often use. Fortunately I am an appropriately confident vagina expert and I had a light bulb moment and dumped his sorry ass.
Applying the same standards to women, when a guy’s ass crack smells because he doesn’t wipe well enough or his armpits stink because he doesn’t apply enough deodorant, and a woman tells him he stinks – is that a form of control women often use? Telling men they stink?
Does this mean stinky cunts are the new norm in the race to the bottom of the barrel in feminized Anglo culture?
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