To others: why do I frame it this loosely? There are many of these online message boards onto which anyone can post, anonymously, and whip up hate.
I don’t know anyone in Portsmouth, at all, and nobody in Portsmouth knows me. Besides thinking that I had a deranged stalker on my tale I also thought, for a while, that I was being targeted from pubs – one in particular, as it was once mentioned to me, in a sudden invitation from someone to come over and it had something to do with something political going on in town and this pub happens to be in the area from which I am being targeted and because I know another pub from where someone else was being targeted – and people’s living rooms. That probably is true.
But a lot of this stuff is organised online. Hate against random people is whipped up anonymously on these 4chan and 8chan and other online message boards, usually on the basis of completely made-up bullshit (just like a lot of hate in English communities is often whipped up on the basis of alcohol-fueled bullshit made up in pubs on Friday night).
So, you lot.
I am not allowed to do ANYTHING whatsoever because I am a cunttard or whatever you folks call women?
I am supposed to BEG you white local males who are so young that you are still wet behind your ears – with amniotic fluid – for money?
Ha. Think again.
The bombardment with sexual imagery and word plays that you subjected me to, including the container you cut up on my kitchen counter here so that it resembled female genitalia in your mind and the carved peach you threw onto my secluded patio back when I was still living in Southsea. I now know which of the tenants above me was responsible for that, namely that young guy who sat there outside looking extremely sheepish one day. He fits the demographic that I have run into time and time again since then. This particular guy is in his thirties now, but busloads of roughly 20-year-olds keep taking his place here in town, get fed the same hateful bullshit and whipped up into the same hate against me.
To others… Did you know that a “wizard” is a male virgin of over 30 years old? And “femoid” as well as “succubus” (demons-like creature) stands for “woman”. (And “roastie”, see below.)
Oh, and I guess I was LARPed again a week ago…
Acronym for Live Action Role Playing. In incel communities it is used to describe someone pretending to be someone they are not.
There is also something about water bottles, btw. Here locally, I mean. I don’t know yet what it stands for. Water bottles play a role in Minecraft, but that’s as far as I have gotten at this point (right now) and I can’t find any local meaning in that magic potion connotation. (Okay, it is intended to “give someone the finger”? Used to jam into someone’s anus. https://www.reddit.com/r/4chan/comments/2zavjr/water_bottles/)
I’ve been running into them for a while… Can’t help but wonder what they stand for, but I had not looked into this yet. Now I know.
roastie = “A term used for a woman, commonly a thot or slut, who has slept around so much, her vagina is so loose and used up, it is claimed to look like roast beef.”
To incels, of course, all women are roasties, too.
“Roasties is sexist slang used by incels and others in the male internet culture for sexually active women—or really just women in general.”
So, THIS is why some women started having surgeries that made their genitals look like (literally) babies’ or small children’s? I used to worry that it was related to child abuse.
Here’s another one that you need to be aware of:
“To run train (or run a train) refers to when multiple men have sex with a woman one after the other, with or without consent.”
(“Outside of sex, to run train on something can mean “to dominate” it,
as in a sporting event or video game, or to do something
energetically and thoroughly, as in to run train on an exam.”)
Also watch the video in this article and read the article:
“As a woman, you’re a secretary, mother, baby sitter, but never an equal.”
“The guys were bragging about how they like to smack their women to humiliate them.”
She also talks about burning books about Jewish people, at parties in New York.