All teenage girls need advanced training to understand they are NOT sexually entitled to their male classmates. Let’s end raunchy girl culture now!

26 May


Lately, the scandals just keep on coming about teenage girl’s sexual harassment of their male classmates. The headlines bring up a number of questions (in addition to a rising feeling of nausea) about female sexual predation: Are young women biologically, unstoppably, wired for sexual aggression? Or are they only sexually volatile if the culture where they grew up or where they do their work supports ideas about the sexual domination and objectification of men?

OK, we already know a lot about the answer to this question. Yes, there is some biological underpinning for female sexual aggression but also young women will have different sexual beliefs and behaviors based on their early models (both family and friends): whether or not they had close relationships with brothers or male friends, and whether they have been exposed to a culture of respect or disdain for men.

Young women are not helpless slaves to their DNA or their hormones. Your average Mom or girlfriend is not surreptitiously videotaping men in a school shower.

On the other hand, a female teacher at an area highschool has been accused of doing just that, and taken with the variety of sexual offenses that seem to be epidemic in highschools, one might reasonably assume that there is a vulnerability in a certain kind of woman, in a certain kind of environment, for foul sexual behavior. (Can men be guilty of similar sexual trespass, yes, but it is rare, and not systemic in any institution.)

slut teacher (195 female paedophiles profiled)

This proclivity for ignoring men’s right to choose who sees them naked or who has sex with them is a manifestation of an unhealthy gender culture in highschools, but it isn’t unique to that institution. Many women still believe that their sexual appetite is irresistible, and that sexual access to men, by any means necessary, is a natural, even inalienable, right of women. Tempt women by putting men in a girl’s club, and what do you expect?


I am not too sympathetic with this line of reasoning. If we follow its logic to its natural conclusion, we’ll need to cover up young men everywhere, institute American purdah and get teenage boys out of the public eye so that young women can harness their sexuality and focus on their educations. But that isn’t going to happen.

school uniforms

Then what will it take to end this seemingly endless parade of scantily clad young women who harass and undermine their male classmates? I think we need a serious re-education program for all teenage women. Most young women will not have reviewed their sexual values or thought about why they feel or act the way they do in sexual situations before they enter highschool.


But particularly as more women enter traditionally male subject areas (STEM), young women need to learn more about their own sexual psyche and why they may have feelings of aggression, entitlement or expect sexual privileges. I am not so naive that I believe a program or series of programs will change all women into ladies, but it will change many of them into safer colleagues and partners. Those women who can’t be respectful need to be expelled from school.

This isn’t an immediate fix. These kinds of programs would have to be instituted for every woman at every grade level throughout each year of highschool. Why? Because let’s face it: You can only have so many cases of foxes guarding the hen house until you know that contempt for men’s sexual rights is threaded through the leadership as well as the rank and file.

teacher (12 pages of female teachers charged with sexually assaulting teenage victims)

Tell me how several women, who were in charge of sexual harassment policy, were implicated in sex harassment? What kind of careful selection process for those jobs would have produced the result of the enforcer becoming the offender?

Ultimately the debate over women’s true sexual nature is of minimal importance. I don’t care if we can prove that women are horny by nature; civic and social life is by definition unnatural. We all have to learn how to work with our desires and operate in ways that respect everyone’s integrity and safety. If we change the gender culture in highschools by changing women’s hearts and minds, their sexual “nature” won’t be a problem.

Now take out every reference to “highschool” and replace it with “the military”.  Take every reference to “women” and replace it with “men”, and you have word for word, Pepper Schwartz’s attack on all military men published on CNN.

These are the same men, by the way, whose blood and strength and sacrifice have made it possible for Pepper to sit in her cushy office with her perfect manicure complaining that men are shitty and they suck and they all need to be rounded up in a big group and subjected to massive brainwashing so they can grasp just HOW shitty they really are, and how much they really DO suck.

This is Arlington Cemetery:


On behalf of the 285 000 men buried there, I have this to say:  fuck you, Pepper Schwartz.

Fuck you so hard.

Lots of love,


32 Responses to “All teenage girls need advanced training to understand they are NOT sexually entitled to their male classmates. Let’s end raunchy girl culture now!”

  1. desperada57 May 26, 2013 at 16:10 #

    I know I’m going to get a lot of hate for saying this, but switch the genders in the above article and you’ve got what has been the status quo for generations. ALL teenagers, full stop, should be trained to understand they are NOT sexually entitled to their classmates. Let’s end raunchy culture now!


  2. judgybitch May 26, 2013 at 16:12 #

    You won’t get hate from me. I agree 100%.

    I wanted to shine a spotlight on the fact that it’s only ever men who get painted with a black brush like this.

    The ladies always seem to get a pass.


  3. desperada57 May 26, 2013 at 16:13 #

    And by the way JB, I really enjoy your blog and agree with most of what you write. Keep on keeping on!


  4. danny May 26, 2013 at 16:41 #

    I served as an infantryman in the 101st Airborne for 4 years and nearly lost my left foot, so I second that fuck you to Pepper for a great many reasons. I could give you stories for days about some of the females on post. The nights one enters the latrine and finds a female in the shower room with 5 to 8 males in there with her or be greeted in the hallway by a female wearing nothing but a thong with a vodka bottle in her hand, many times married women who had a husband in the field. When I reached enough rank I moved off post.


  5. PrinceCharming May 26, 2013 at 17:07 #

    People just need to know how to respect each other and each individuals boundaries. You would be shocked to see how much I get harassed by women in the workplace. From them touching me inappropriately to telling me how they masturbate to my image. It is awkward, but I am also pretty tolerant. Others may not be.


  6. Leap of a Beta May 26, 2013 at 17:10 #

    Why would a feminist care about sacrificing a schrodinger rapist? Thats all they see men as – a potential enemy and potential rapist. Thus their holy war grinds on, more than happy to be fueled by the blood of innocent schrodinger rapists.

    I’d hate to live life that paranoid of people around me.


  7. Feminist Hater May 26, 2013 at 17:38 #

    How about you just segregate classrooms and have female teachers teach girls and male teachers teach boys. Case closed. Can the feminists stop now?


  8. judgybitch May 26, 2013 at 17:39 #

    Sadly, a lot of the female pedophiles went after girls.

    So that wouldn’t really solve the problem.


  9. Feminist Hater May 26, 2013 at 17:45 #

    Well, it makes punishing them easier. You’re now only dealing with women on girl or man on boy. No double standard necessary. I stick to my case.


  10. Feminist Hater May 26, 2013 at 17:49 #

    Of course I would introduce a bundle of old school restrictions and punishments worthy of a space in hell next to Hitler. Kids act out because they have no boundaries. They are wired to test until someone pushes back, then they form a comfort zone and teaching can commence.

    It’s in society’s best interest to institute boundaries that are rather restrictive so that students test those rather than test criminal and sexual boundaries, the consequences of which they cannot handle.


  11. Keanu May 26, 2013 at 17:58 #

    Good luck ending raunchy culture…I never mentioned this yet, but I taught at a high school this year, and a ‘raunchy culture reverse’ is not going to happen any time soon. Most girls looooove to dress slutty and push the boundaries. And it’s pretty much impossible for a male teacher to address that topic in school without getting the old ‘well where are you looking?” response which makes us seem somehow guilty.

    Also, I love the title of the lacrosse article: “Girl Expelled From School For Sending Sext Shared By Lacrosse Team, Lacrosse Team Goes Unpunished”

    What? The lacrosse team opened a text message? Shame on them!

    Of course, the whole situation is absolutely ridiculous. I love the part about when the girls was questioned about whether she felt she was ‘harassing’ the boys. I actually feel sorry for the girl for getting expelled. My guess is the lacrosse boys felt they should report the picture immediately just in case the girl suddenly decided to throw a rape accusation their way “oh look at the picture they *made* me send them!


  12. judgybitch May 26, 2013 at 18:00 #

    How about the valedictorian who decided she would shower naked with the boys and can’t figure out why anyone would be upset?!?!



  13. Chevalier de Johnstone May 26, 2013 at 18:31 #


    Try public ridicule? Shaming a girl for dressing “slutty” is of course exactly what she wants, and as you say a man (or an older woman) can get in a lot of trouble for “noticing”. However, if instead of pointing out the porn-adult nature of her outfit you use ridicule, it may have the desired effect of making her feel that her slutty image doesn’t reflect well on her.

    Ultimately what is needed is a strictly-enforced dress code, of course, which requires school administrators who have brains and care. You might try reporting that you think something about the outfit is a gang symbol…I would think that at least needs to be investigated, which draws (adult) attention to the problem. If it (as is likely) turns out you’re wrong…well high school teacher’s aren’t really expected to be up to speed on gang uniforms anyways, simple mistake, you were just looking out for the kids…I mean it makes sense that cut-off shorts are an inside symbol for knife-fights, right?

    I suppose it helps to not be too young. Being older and allows you to get away with a lot of deliberate obtuseness to what young people today think of as “youth culture”.

    Another thing you can do is to associate public perception in slutty clothing with a bad memory. Have students stand up in front of the class and recite/do something class-related (read a poem, go to the board and do a math problem…I don’t know what you teach.) This kind of unpracticed public performance is of course a stressful situation for anyone in high school, and the girl in the slutty clothes now associates the attention she gets from dressing that way with the stress of hoping not to look like an idiot in front of her peers. This wouldn’t work with the class clown type but that type don’t tend to look like sluts.

    Keep in mind you can single out the girl(s) with inappropriate attire in this manner precisely because you are not allowed to point out their inappropriate attire; nobody can accuse you of “discriminating” and making only them stand up and perform in front of the class, unless they acknowledge that there is a classification of girl who dresses in a certain manner that is different from what is normally acceptable. You play dumb and suggest that nothing of the sort occurred to you, but yes, now that you hear it mentioned you could see how certain standards of dress might be helpful to promote discipline and order in the classroom…


  14. Eric May 26, 2013 at 18:52 #

    I agree that in the military, soldiers should act professionially with each other, regardless of gender. I just hope female soldiers are held accountable for their behavior equally as the male soldiers. The military is different from most professions in that the population skews young and their work and social lives often involve the same people, which blurs the lines.


  15. thehumanscorch May 26, 2013 at 19:56 #

    Probably wrong of me to say that I hate that Shorb bitch from the high school shower, isn’t it?


  16. judgybitch May 26, 2013 at 19:58 #

    If you felt a little glee that the prissy little bitch lost her valedictorian status, you weren’t alone.


  17. thehumanscorch May 26, 2013 at 20:04 #

    It’s not just that. And I apologize in advance for this rant I’m about to unleash.
    But if THAT had been an 18 YEAR OLD BOY/MAN jumping into a FUCKING SHOWER WITH SOME FUCKING TEENAGE GIRLS, his LIFE would have been OVER.
    All kinds of sex charges, sex offender registry FOR LIFE, the social label of being a CHILD PREDATOR, and there would have been NO DISCUSSION and NO FUCKING SUING ANYBODY TO CHANGE ANY OF THAT.


  18. judgybitch May 26, 2013 at 20:07 #


    That’s what makes her whining about not being valedictorian so infuriating.

    Her punishment amounted to nothing.

    No man would have walked away from that with a slap on the wrist.

    Not a chance.


  19. thehumanscorch May 26, 2013 at 20:18 #

    “Her punishment amounted to nothing.

    No man would have walked away from that with a slap on the wrist.

    Not a chance.”

    ^^Exactly this.


  20. feeriker May 26, 2013 at 21:08 #

    I just hope female soldiers are held accountable for their behavior equally as the male soldiers.

    No, they’re not, at least not in the U.S. military. Having spent two misguided decades in that environment, I can tell you from experience that in any matters involving allegations of sexual misconduct, it is ALWAYS (IME) the male soldier/sailor/airman/marine who is disciplined with the utmost severity – NEVER the female member, no matter what her role in a given incident. While the U.S. military blows much verbal and printed flatulence about it being a gender-inclusive organization with core values that treat everyone with equal respect, dignity, and honor, regardless of gender, the reality is very different (consider,as just one well-known example, the revelations of just how rampant sexual assaults within the military have become [or rather, are now being paid attention to], as well as how many female members are sidelined from deployment by pregnancy).

    What too many people forget is that any organization is a reflection of the wider culture within which it originates and the military is not only no exception to this maxim, it is a perfect example of it.


  21. feeriker May 26, 2013 at 21:40 #

    As I mentioned in my post upthread, it’s the same thing that would’ve happened if this girl had been in the military instead of high school and had been caught showering in the barracks with half a dozen male soldiers. If she were “disciplined” at all (probably no more than a Uniform Code of Military Justice [UCMJ] Article 15, if things ever were to go even that far), it would be a mere slap on the wrist, resulting maybe in a demotion (which would last probably no more than six months at most) and nothing else. The men with whom she had been caught showering, however, would be annihilated.

    Very likely the men, on the other hand, would be court-martialed (MUCH more severe than mere Article 15 non-judicial punishment), probably charged criminally under UCMJ Article 120 (Rape and Carnel Knowledge) and/or Article125 (Sodomy), maybe with Article 134 (General Article) thrown in there as a “catch-all” charge to assure a conviction in case nothing else sticks (it’s the military’s equivalent of civilian criminal “disorderly conduct”, “vagrancy,” “loitering,” or other vague and meaningless criminal statutes where the authoritays have nothing actually valid with which to charge you). Odds are, given the nature of the court-martial proceedings, that the men will be convicted. Their only real chance for acquittal would be to retain civilian legal defense counsel at their own expense (military JAG lawyers, despite the military’s claims otherwise and also in contrast to the bullshit fictional portrayal of them on TV are, like their civilian public defender counterparts, little more than “pleaders” who will do little or nothing to actually defend their clients and everything to appease the system that employs them by assuring a conviction).

    The female member, for her part, would probably be pressured or even ordered into testi[l]ying against the men (despite the UCMJ Article 31 [Prohibition Against Self-Incrimination, the equivalent of the BoR’s 5th Amendment] guarantees of protection against this), or would do so eagerly in order to spare herself the pain of non-judicial punishment (NJP/Article 15) and risk of loss of rank, pay, or other sanctions. awarded under such punishment All of this even though she was a WILLING AND EAGER participant in events or even the INITIATOR of them.

    Thus, to repeat what I mentioned earlier, the military is staffed by people drawn from the same society that makes up every other institution, thereby reflecting the society and behaving accordingly – worshipful protestations and fantasies of the military’s mythical “unique” nature to the contrary notwithstanding.

    Sorry for the lengthy rant.


  22. judgybitch May 26, 2013 at 21:41 #

    No, please don’t apologize. It’s very interesting.


  23. gwallan May 26, 2013 at 22:13 #

    It applies everywhere. In any act of sexual impropriety any female involved is a default victim, even if she is the perpetrator.


  24. Marlo Rocci May 27, 2013 at 00:49 #

    I’ve worked for the internet in various capacities and it has taught a couple things:

    1. Give up on privacy. There are cameras everywhere. Just accept that athletic club locker room you go to is being streamed live on the internet. Just try to stay looking hot for the cameras and it will lessen the embarrassment.

    2. Give up on traditional morality. The internet will give you a thousand reasons for you to swap out your current lover for a new one, as well as provide you a list of candidates.

    That being said, underaged girls who send nude photos of themselves should be prosecuted to the same extent as males who do the same thing. We won’t make any headway on the whole teen sexting thing until some girls end up in prison. My fear is that too many authorities secretly want them to keep it up, and so they only get a slap on the wrist.


  25. danny May 27, 2013 at 03:15 #

    Doubt it would matter what could be done about these issues in schools, look at main stream pop culture. We have Rihanna, Britney, Miley and so forth slutting it up for the world to see center stage. Those are the “idols” a lot of kids follow.


  26. Feminism Is A Lie May 27, 2013 at 04:15 #

    You know what would really help these girls? Fathers and strong male role models. Thinking about teenage girls I’ve known or known of, those who gave in to the whole raunch culture were predominantly from single-mother households or households where there was a lot of tension between the parents, lack of respect within the marriage. But I can’t just single out these girls, there are plenty of others who will give in to raunch culture just to fit in, being completely unaware of how their display of sexuality affects them and those around them. Like you’ve said in numerous posts, young girls just don’t understand the extent of their sexual power, they are not doing themselves any good by putting it on display for the sake of “fashion” and “all my friends are doing it”. And yet, feminists will scream “SLUT SHAMING” when you try to educate a young girl to make wiser choices, to not grow up so fast.

    It is apparently wrong of schools to ask young girls not to wear low-cut, revealing tops because gosh, it should ONLY be the responsibility of men to reel in their sexuality and behave properly. God forbid if we ask women and girls to take some responsibility and reel in their displays of sexuality where it is not necessary. (School!) Girls are apparently incapable of being held accountable for how their behaviour affects those around them, it’s the boys who shouldn’t be looking…those pesky boys and their nasty, predatory sexuality, amirite? That’s right, teenage boys, you’re supposed to CONTROL your hormones and every aspect of yourself that makes you a male, but girls? Do whatever you like because you can do no wrong and nothing you do could ever negatively affect yourself and others. Yay, equality!


  27. Ter May 27, 2013 at 04:55 #

    In local news…(and the following reads almost as a joke, except that it’s not),
    a man set up a video camera at home hoping to record paranormal activity – what he got revealed his wife having an affair with his son (her step-son).


  28. Spaniard May 27, 2013 at 09:54 #

    The feminists say no woman has born to be a prostitute. Wrong. There are a lot. You can tell in the High School. Most of this raunchy teen girls will join prostitution. It is something vocational. And nothing wrong about that. It is very respectable choice and a good career if you want to earn a lot of money and have fun (I insist that, for a lot of women, that is fun lifestyle) I am from a country where prostitution is in a legal “limbo”. So, it is, in fact, legal but no regulated. You can watch videos where a French former prostitute (and now writer) speaks up: Valerie Tasso. She has “worked” in Spain and she lives here. She is a media star, she comes from a well to do background in France, she has degree in Literature, speaks five languages and she is totally vocational. I think she is so hot as well and a very smart woman. And very honest.


  29. wtfwtf13 May 27, 2013 at 14:22 #

    ” That’s right, teenage boys, you’re supposed to CONTROL your hormones and every aspect of yourself that makes you a male, but girls? Do whatever you like because you can do no wrong and nothing you do could ever negatively affect yourself and others. Yay, equality! ”

    This A-grade hypocrisy makes me hit the roof !

    Feminists’ mythical ‘rape culture’ ensures that these idiots are not called out on their BS.
    Society/culture is complicit in this ‘Girls gone wild’ mentality.
    Being dysfunctional and a slave to pop culture has become a badge of honour these days.


  30. Adam May 27, 2013 at 17:23 #

    If they are old enough to have sex and share nude pictures with one another then they are old enough to live with their stupid actions. These are not kids, they are young foolish adults.

    You should never ever take pictures in a compromising position, no matter the retard reasoning.

    …the results have been the degeneration of the feminine type even in her somatic characteristics, the atrophy of her natural possibilities, the suppression of her unique inner life. Hence the types of the woman-garconne [flapper or tomboy] and the shallow and vain woman, incapable of any elan beyond herself, utterly inadequate as far as sensuality and sinfulness are concerned because to the modern woman the possibilities of physical love are often not as interesting as the narcissistic cult of her body, or as being seen with as many or as few clothes as possible, or as engaging in physical training, dancing, practicing sports, pursuing wealth, and so on…
    – Julius Evola written in the 1930s I think

    Anyhow taken from the article which sums up modern women and man.
    Modern Woman In Wanting To Be For Herself, Has Destroyed Herself


  31. Eric May 27, 2013 at 17:51 #

    Sadly, add Amanda Bynes to the list of young female pop cultural role models going feral. She’s shot to the top of the list, and out of all of them, she was the biggest role model for now-early-to-mid 20s girls.


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