Help, I think I damaged myself. Anonymous 72429
After spending quite some time at an incels forum and seeing what they think about women, what they want to do to the female population and how psychopathic they are it really made me guestion the men around me. When I saw a man on the street I just perceived him as a normal human being going with his day,but after seeing so many male only spaces now mostly I think "Maybe he has raped someone" or "Is he one of the incels?".
Also after the taliban takeover I've been in constant worry about women's rights and freedom. I remember going through a website about making fun of incels and I saw a post in a male only forum about how they hope the taliban come in Europe so that "they can teach modern women". Even if it was at a place where everyone made fun of the post,for some reason it really bothered me that there are people who want this to happen. Why do women have to always worry that some random people can take their entire liberty away, while men can live their entire life's without ever having this thought?
Also I've become way too sensitive to the female sexualization in media. Whenever I see a sexualized woman in a commercial, ad, movie, magazine, video game, music video or other media I start to feel dizzy and as if I'm about to throw up. I can't stop seeing fetishized and perverted "female" figures that are only created to satisfy the cook chimps in the media around me.
I tried taking a break from the internet - didn't help.
What do I do now…?
Instead of cook chimps I meant coom chimps. Sorry for the mistake.
>Also after the taliban takeover I've been in constant worry about women's rights and freedom
If you don't live around those places you don't have to worry about something like that, especially if you live in a first world country. Radical changes in the system, laws or leadership of a country, or even war, don't happen just because. Learn about politics until you find an explanation for all these things that happen in the world which make you worried all the time, it'll probably give you peace of mind, at least.
Now, single acts of terrorism (not just from Muslim extremists but also incels, white nationalists and stuff) are much, much harder to predict, and there's always a possibility of them (or other kinds of attacks) happening to you or anyone else.
>Even if it was at a place where everyone made fun of the post,for some reason it really bothered me that there are people who want this to happen.
Yes, there will always be crazy motherfuckers out there, but like you said, most people will think they're crazy (in other words, agree with you that those people's insane ideas are horrible) so don't worry about it much. As long as normal people see those incels as lunatics, you're relatively safe because it means those ideas aren't accepted by the general population.
>Whenever I see a sexualized woman in a commercial, ad, movie, magazine, video game, music video or other media I start to feel dizzy and as if I'm about to throw up. I can't stop seeing fetishized and perverted "female" figures that are only created to satisfy the coom chimps in the media around me.
But there's practically nothing you or I can do about it, so we have no choice but to grow desensitized to it (at least to the point that we can just ignore it), lest we become even more depressed.
>I tried taking a break from the internet - didn't help.
>What do I do now…?
Don't just take a break from the internet (a long break), socialize with your friends and family too, get a creative hobby, etc. If you think it'll help, vent about this to someone close to you that you know will listen.
Get a hobby and actually hang around other people, and stop following news too closely. Not saying news is bad per se, but negative stuff is what gets clicks and it gives the perception that things are way worse than they really are. And also exercise the rights you have, not that you will lose them, but because they're something so precious.
I'm in an very small European country with very weak economy. I'm not going to say what the country is, but it's right next to Romania.
Also thank you for the advice, I appreciate it very much.
Unfortunately there are men like that in the world. It really, really sucks to be aware of how many men think lesser of women, and once you know, you can never really turn back, but you can find other things to think and care about.
Regarding the sexualization of women, that one really bothers me, too. If I think about it too hard, similar to you and the other anon, I get dizzy and start to feel separate from my body (which is common for women to do, so don't feel alone or like you're weird for it). I find interacting with women that I know (irl or online) and having spaces free from male gaze incredibly helpful.
I think focusing on the women who are fighting for our liberation and rights rather than the men keeping them back is a better usage of time. There are always going to be bad days, of course, but sometimes I just read about women in science or history to remind myself how much we've contributed.
You sound like you want to go back to your old self before getting black pilled about men but i advice you to read radical feminist theory you might find comfort in knowing that you are not alone, start with andrea dworkin's woman hating
I'm the same as you anonette
all men are rotten and depraved inside. it doesnt bother me as much anymore because ive never seen them as anything more than subhuman animals.
i feel the same … especially when seeing sexualized women in media. i get it, it sells. but it makes me sick. as if the media just saw us as profitable objects
It's not Maldovia. It's under Romania, and stands next to and shares the Black Sea with Greece. I'm not comfortable sharing my country. Now when I think about it, it's far from the threat.
I meant it shared the Black Sea with Turkey. This is what writing fast gets you.
This is the truth anon. The news wants you to be in a feedback loop of fear so you keep reading or viewing it.
is the threadpic girl meant to resemble a roach? it disgusts me…
So Bulgaria, why not just say it if you're going to share that many details lol.
Ditto on being Bulgarian. Go outside and touch grass. The boys here are still ok.
I feel ya.. The best advice I can give is to try and talk/connect with other women about this. Also what >>72448
>Also after the taliban takeover I've been in constant worry about women's rights and freedom.
Bulgaria hasn't turned into a libcuck shithole like Western Europe (At least, not yet. But due to the high influence and consumption of American pop culture, it very well may soon.), so I don't know what you mean. Bulgarians have been defending their borders much more aggressively. Plus, most refugees don't even want to stop there anyway since they're looking for more developed nations. OP, you're acting like Bulgaria is turning into Syria. (I'd say it's more like Brazil, but that's besides the point.)
Source: Another Bulgarian here