I know we aren't entitled to sex, but what pains me far more than any belittlement I feel from the accusation, is the utter confusion I feel for the person saying it. What good does it do you??? It's just not a smart or productive thing to say. You do know we know that right?? On the slight chance that we don't comprehend that we aren't entitled to sex, did it ever occur to you, that maybe we don't really care if we actually understand that we are not entitled to sex, and perhaps never will based on the bad will by which you excoriate us for not understanding that we aren't entitled to sex?? We just want sex like savages and will say the shit we say until our lust is satisfied. This is just common sense. So why would you say it??
This is like driving to the hood, and yelling to every black person you see:
"HEY NIGGER, GO TO SCHOOL"
And then thinking. 'Wow, I am the change. I am saving lives. I am the face of progress.'
I mean are these people trying to educate us or insult us-- I mean it is
very insulting, but I think for reasons they don't understand. It's insulting in a way that I'm sure that if you were to tell a rocket scientist, 'maybe the rocket will go higher if you use more fuel,' might sound insulting. I mean there's just no fucking context to why you would ignorantly demand a rocket scientist use more fuel in their rocket design other than an ignorant hunch that they suck and your idea to use more fuel is better. The only people listening to this phrase are highly concientious meek incels that already aren't entitled to sex, and are most certainly more lonely than horny, thereby making them feel more ashamed, demonized, and isolated over a baseless accusation that has nothing to do with their internal state. For the few psycho pervs that may actually deserve to be called out by globohomo standards, we simply find this shit hilarious. It's a like weird way of saying "you seem like a rapist, so I am warning you, don't do that, you rapist."