I love Kickstarter. I think that’s clear to people who know me by now? I love it. There’s a dude named Brad Muir and he works at Double Fine and I love the games they make, so much. But before Kickstarter, every time a Double Fine game came out I was a little worried it would be their last,…
This is pretty disgusting. There is a wide audience in a few communities on Reddit who think that being overly forceful and pushy with women is going to get them chicks by the boatload, and this guy is just trying to capitalize on it. Apparently much of his “content” is already on there. What’s really going to happen is that a bunch of women are going to be irritated, demeaned, and assaulted by the idiots who buy into this mindset.
We are not possessions for you to gain and own, fucktards. We are OTHER PEOPLE, just like you, who don’t want you to invade our personal space, touch us without permission, or not take NO for an answer the first time. You’d think I’d be immune to this since I wear two rings on my left hand—indisputable proof that I’m married—but that just makes me MORE attractive to some guys out there who think that all they have to do is push a little and I’ll come running into their arms, seeking the fulfillment they’re sure my husband doesn’t provide. So gross. SO NOT OKAY. You don’t have game, son. You have problems.
I’m not cool with Kickstarter being the thing that raises money for a disgusting, misogynistic, and potentially harmful project like this.