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Anonymous 14438

what other female-oriented chans do you know about? why do you prefer crystal cafe over them?

Anonymous 14442

>>14438
I only know lolcow besides crystal cafe. I like it better here because people seem to be more chill, and we don't have 2 boards obsessed with a bunch of nasty internet nobodies. I don't hate lolcow, and I lurk sometimes, but I prefer cc in general despite it being smaller.

Anonymous 19528

Yes, because I love my Nintendo Switch, but I recommend making new animal-related threads to keep varied conversations going.

And here, have a doggo, if i heard this irl i would get me started on paroxetine with clonazepam for sleep, been taking lorazepam everyday for a flip android phone that I came across as offensive in any way they are so insecure, so terrified of looking like a hamplanet.

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Anonymous 129941

>>14438
dont name them since we have troon lurkers, let them find it on their own

Anonymous 129942

I feel like one use of the sage button is for posting in 3 year old threads that never went anywhere anyway. Just saying.

Anonymous 129943

>>129941
Male Larpers will find out too

Anonymous 129948

>>129942
jesus your people sage obsession
>>129941
troons are not interested in bl or kpop anyway lol

Anonymous 130012

>>129948
They ain't but they would like to lurk. I know what Chan she is talking about. There are at least 2 more that I know of but it's better if they aren't shared so openly. Trannies are the scum of the earth and they are terminally online because their lives are dogshit so I wouldn't wish trannies upon anyone's community.

Anonymous 130048

>>130012
What journey must I traverse to find female chans? I like cc much more than lolcow, people on that site are kind of mean

Anonymous 130106

>>130048
Same anon

Anonymous 130123

I prefer lolcow since it's faster and I'm sure there are more actual women there than here. I just ignore the drama boards, and it seems to be what many other nonas do over there. The thing is that there are more unhinged posters over there who start fights over the stupidest shit. You eventually get used to it. Also, scrote raids aren't as common in the off-topic boards, i think.
I know there are many women at choachan.cafe (not sure if it's women-only since I'm not into K-pop kek) and magalichan? I think that was the name of that brazilian IB for teen girls (sounds like a terrible idea tbh)
Other than that there's fujochan but the userbase there sounds underage/male/insane from what I've heard

Anonymous 130131

>>130048
Lurking through various threads is your best bet. Alternative imageboards get namedropped every once in a while.

Anonymous 130185

>>130123
choachan.cafe is women-only.

Anonymous 132419

>>130123
disagree, i really don't see that many men here and i'm a longtime farmer

Anonymous 132633

Well asides from lolcow there’s that kpop one which is definitely female oriented, there’s also this cute sushi themed one idk if its female oriented but its comfy but i have braintot from years of tumblr usage and can’t enjoy calm comfy things
CC is nice but I wish it had more boards, i believe that might help introduce better discussions.

Anonymous 132638

>>132633
This place is too slow for more boards sadly.

Anonymous 132647

bump

Anonymous 132796

>>132633
sushigirl? it is v cozy. i don't think it is female-orientated, although i cant remember ever seeing anything misogynistic there really

Anonymous 132797

would anyone be interested in female-only website with minimal censorship? Meaning no illegal content, no doxxing, no hate speech/incentives to violence but allowing for discussion of politics and so on?
this would probably be a nightmare to moderate, but i do wish something like this existed. enforcing a comfy friendly atmosphere and banning certain hot topics makes sense for this board, but it leaves women with no real alternatives to 4chan if they want to speak freely and anonymously about things they can't on social media.

Anonymous 132810

>>132797
>female-only
>politics
That kind of website would be overrun with moids pretending to be female and no one would know. At least here it's easier to tell if someone's (possibly) a male or not due to the topics we talk about.

Anonymous 132816

>>130185
Popped into see what it was about and woah - That sites so confusing to use

Anonymous 132832

>>132797
Yeah I'm honestly kind of getting tired of all the edginess and hostility that gets thrown around nowadays on this board, a while back it was a lot comfier. Seeing nonas going on racist rants or posting Nazi girl coquette tradwife inspo screams annoying pickme trying to be one of the dudes. I feel like a lot of nonas have been picking up gross moid opinions and from their retarded channer discord bfs.

Anonymous 132837

>>132810
i think it's pretty sexist to assume women are not interested in or can't discuss politics. there are certainly moids posting here without disclosing themselves, there's nothing that can be done about that. the point of a moid ban is to make sure that they can't be obnoxious enough to post in the open or to declare that they're moids. there's no reason why men couldn't be banned on sight in such a place as well if they identify themselves as such.
yes, i'm sure the place would be raided to hell and back, but so is this place.

Anonymous 132859

>>132832
The regulation of "womanly" behavior on this site is pretty worrying, and I wouldn't be here if 4chan weren't an absolute cesspool. The moderation consistently skews towards anti-intellectualism and uses fear of male influence to justify censoring any strong opinion. Every woman is capable of forming their own opinion, even if it is close-minded. It's infantilizing to say that women can only be racist or bigoted if they're influenced by a man. I get that it's annoying to argue about being trad or communist or libertarian or fascist, but if there's not a place to argue those ideas as women then we're essentially defeating ourselves and setting up future generations for failure. So yes, if crystal cafe mods are hostile to important discussions then we need to go elsewhere

Anonymous 132862

>>132859
It's what I think as well. But I also think it's ok if Admin wants to keep this a comfy place. Maybe it would be better for this place if we had a different place to discuss whatever we want freely, it would drive much of the unwanted "edgyness" and hostility out of here.

Anonymous 132875

>>132859
women can be racist assholes, sure, but when a lot of women come from 4chan to here, it seems like there's a particular reason for their very vocal racism, which isn't that common irl or even on other female imageboards. it's extremely convenient and would make a whole lot of sense that women and girls who come here who have spent possibly years around men on 4chan are going to be racist or hold more scrotey belief systems. sorry, but being very racist online is typically something men seem to think is a great hobby. less so women who are totally not influenced by chan culture or coquetteish tradwifery surrounding chan culture.

Anonymous 132949

>>132837
That's not what I meant…

Anonymous 132982

>>132875
It's patronizing to invalidate other women's opinions because "they are shaped by 4chan". Many newer users came from mainstream social media and their views are shaped by mainstream american liberalism as well. This place was an offshoot of lolcow, which ultimately is an offshoot of /cgl/ on 4chan, so it isn't weird that 4chan users made a big proportion of the original userbase of this board.
A minority of posters being racist tradwives is not an excuse for there being zero alternatives for women to discuss anything freely and anonymously. This doesn't only affect politics. It's absolutely impossible to discuss anything with any sort of depth if disagreement is discouraged and everyone's worried about maintaining a cozy hugbox environment. That's why there are so few threads about anything other than men and troons here, and the ones that exist are dead.

Anonymous 132994

>>132832
It's funny that you say that because even despite what you said I feel like CC really is one of the comfiest places online. What you said applies to everywhere online, in comparison to them CC is Heaven. Unless you know anywhere better the pls do share!

Anonymous 133014

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Anonymous 133051

>>133014
this changes everything

Anonymous 133061

>>133014
Visitors =/= posters.

Anonymous 133075

>>133014
where is this information from? how did they collect that data?

Anonymous 133083

>>133075
There are google trackers and others that analyze your gender based on your account or something

Anonymous 133085

>>133083
This implies that a lot of these supposed females could be trannies, which would make a lot more sense

Anonymous 133124

>>133085
Trannies have different interests compared to the average female ones though, they are closer to average male ones. It's a pretty well known phenomenon (like all those memes about troons stemlords, codecels; plus plenty of them are pornsick).

Anonymous 133129

>>133124
Google picks up on things like your shopping habits, too. So, if they're looking up dresses, makeup, and such things, Google will assume they're a woman.

Anonymous 133169

i miss asherahsgarden

Anonymous 133170

>>133169
what even happened to that site?

Anonymous 133182

>>133151
what i don't understand is how anyone can buy that the posters are actual women. it couldn't seem more like trannyville if they tried.

Anonymous 133185

Spoiler

>>133182
>>133151
i grit my teeth and gave it another shot in case i was misremembering it but no, it's really just trannyville. they have a thread dedicated to a loli (pedophile) magazine called LO. spoilered because gross.

Anonymous 133222

>>133185
Shame he chooses to draw pedo shit, if not for that his art would be very nice

Anonymous 133265

>>133151
>Theres sushigirls.us
HOW is that shit supposed to be """female-oriented"""?? It's obviously for degenerate males despite its ""comfy"" vibe (I seriously think you people are too innocent and nice to recognize pervert vibes). The one time I visited that place (thanks to the other altchan sharing thread) the admin was talking about hiding the porn boards or something and pedo scrotes were crying in the thread about how giving in to pressure to hide their pedo anime porn is bad.
If sushigirl.us were actually for women, I would've heard about or visited it long ago, but it's actually for weeb troons.

>>132837
>>132859
She didn't mean that women can't be interested in politics but that males will always infiltrate women's discussions about politics (perhaps other than radical feminism) to influence them and/or win them over, and you wouldn't be able to tell who's a male in such an imageboard. We're here because we're sick of moids imposing their male opinions on us and want to discuss things freely with other women for once, but an anonymous political website for women just wouldn't be possible.

Anonymous 133269

>>133265
but why are we assuming women are too weak/dumb to not recognize male opinions and that they'll just be swayed by the "influencing" moids? moids crypto-post here as well. where can women discuss politics, or anything other than moids and trannies, then? on 4chan? they wouldn't be less swayed there.

Anonymous 133275

>>133269
>but why are we assuming women are too weak/dumb to not recognize male opinions
It's not about being too dumb or weak, it's that you can't know if someone is male n an anonymous imageboard unless it's painfully obvious. Lots of posters get accused of being male for having controversial opinions even if they're not male pandering.

Anonymous 133326

>>133275
>Lots of posters get accused of being male for having controversial opinions even if they're not male pandering.
Maybe we were the moids all along?
Honestly you can eventually tell whether a certain poster has a moid perspective. They tend to devolve into ad hominems, strawmanning or circular thinking because they don't actually want to integrate new information, they only came here to validate their ego by "winning arguments" with women

Anonymous 133331

>>133269
because young women fresh off 4chan (per the "how did you find cc?" thread, many girls/women here came from 4chan) are pretty vulnerable people in general primed to be pickme tier by society and imageboard culture, no offense. plus young people in general on "edgy" spaces are pretty retarded and it takes time for them to develop and come into their own. in general young people tend to have identity issues and are vulnerable to the spread of propaganda, especially vitriolic racist propaganda that makes them feel "superior" to others, it's just a thing. there's a reason why we're seeing a fair number of young women with moronic, counterintuitive politics and beliefs who spend time on a certain imageboard and who want to vote against their own interest.

Anonymous 133372

>>133331
I disagree with pretty much everything you said, so much that picking apart every point of disagreement would be only unproductive. I'll just say that this post only reinforces the need for another female board with a different culture. There are clearly two very different female populations that frequent this board for different reasons, but only one of them is truly homeless on the internet.

Anonymous 133377

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>>133014
and just how many of those "females" are troons I wonder…

Anonymous 133382

>>133372
I would do it because I have the funds but I don't know how to run an imageboard, plus isn't it illegal to advertise here? So I'd have no way of attracting users. I'm connected to women's activists irl but they are the twitter type not the chan type

Anonymous 133418

>>133372
Are you trying to suggest that right wing women or racist women who are also anti-troon are the ones who are "truly" politically homeless? Because that's most certainly not the case.

Anonymous 133482

>>133418
So far, you are the only one bringing up the terms "right wing" and "racist" into this conversation. I understand why you'd think so, but it's only symptomatic of how disconnected many users like yourself are from the average pre-2016 election internet environment. It's very tiresome that every online space gets turned into an American political arena, where people are shoved into either a "woke" marxist-leaning left or an "alt-right" or racist right wing, sometimes only for not using the correct mainstream-approved terminology. Many users here seem to treat this as a radfem space, much like Ovarit or similar platforms, but it is not (or was not, I don't know what it is anymore really). People can disagree with you without being "racist" or influenced by moids.
Also, the issue was never being "politically homeless" but homeless on the internet, meaning having a place to discuss anything without the mainstream American sensibility filter. The women I'm referring to have nowhere on the internet to congregate, except for places that are explicitly hostile to women.



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