This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):
3 submissions to PrettyGirls
3 submissions to videos
2 submissions to whatever
2 submissions to MeanwhileOnReddit
1 submissions to news
This user has so far shared a total of 11 links, started a total of 3 discussions and submitted a total of 642 comments.
Submissions: This user has upvoted 17 and downvoted 0 submissions.
Comments: This user has upvoted 28 and downvoted 19 comments.
5 highest rated submissions:
Kyle Rittenhouse is still in jail, isn't he?, submitted: 9/20/2020 11:18:20 PM, 330 points (+331|-1)
Sex and the City writer admits she regrets choosing a career over having children as she is now 'truly alone', submitted: 7/29/2019 11:00:33 AM, 110 points (+110|-0)
Redheads are a tiny minority of humans - less than 2%, submitted: 6/11/2019 12:55:26 AM, 82 points (+82|-0)
Leftists On Reddit Attempt to Explain Why White Men = Bad, but Black Men = Oppressed, submitted: 3/25/2020 2:47:26 PM, 47 points (+48|-1)
Fat girl has high standards (bonus: and a youtube channel), submitted: 1/26/2020 8:54:43 PM, 45 points (+46|-1)
5 lowest rated submissions:
"Vote Democrat!", submitted: 8/25/2020 12:38:07 PM, -4 points (+1|-5)
white man fires on BLM protest, submitted: 6/28/2020 2:26:34 PM, 1 points (+1|-0)
Samurai Sword Attack in San Francisco, submitted: 1/7/2020 6:31:54 PM, 2 points (+2|-0)
r/DeuxRAMA has been banned, submitted: 6/13/2020 2:16:02 AM, 4 points (+4|-0)
Anya from MPL, submitted: 6/7/2019 4:44:18 PM, 5 points (+6|-1)
3 highest rated comments:
lacrimamosa 4 points 66 points 70 points (+70|-4) ago
Three claims were made at trial:
(1) that via email they promised the girls $2000 for a porn video (see the note below). They flew the girls out to LA, then told them "you don't look as good in person as you did in your pics" (which btw, is likely true) and told them "we're only willing to pay you $1000 take it or leave it"
This is the substance of the "sex trafficking" charge. The sex trafficking statute makes it a crime to use fraud in connection with a sex act. So, the idea is, if you know in advance that you're not going to pay $2000, then (according to the state) you're committing fraud.
In an article in Vice, one of the girls also claimed that she was told she'd have to pay back the cost of the airplane ticket, the hotel room, and other expenses, and that she was coerced into doing the scene because she had no money to pay. However, that claim wasn't made in court so I'm guessing that claim is a lie.
Bottom line: the only substantive legal claim is that they promised via email a higher amount than they were willing to pay in person.
(2) the second claim that actually was made in court was that they blocked the door and stopped a girl (just one girl) from leaving. The problem with this claim is, the GDP people have a camera rolling from the moment they pick the girl up at the airport until she's wiping cum off her face. So, it should be possible to prove if she wanted to leave but couldn't.
...of course, the judge refused to allow any video evidence. That will likely be a valid reason for appeal.
(3) the third claim is that the girls were told the videos would not be released on the internet - that they were for DVDs which would only be sold outside the US. Two problems with this: (a) verbal claims are always superseded by a written contract. You know this if you've ever bought a car. Doesn't matter if the salesman claimed the car can fly. (b) this claim makes the girls seem even more retarded. Even if the original intention was DVDs only sold in China, that wouldn't stop the publisher from also putting them on the internet. Nothing in the contract limited where the videos would be used.
Note I often hear people claim that the girls didn't know it was porn until they arrived in LA. That's a lie. The court filings for the sex trafficking charges are public and they include copies of emails. The emails openly discuss sex acts to be performed. The girls are even sent pics of different male pornstars and asked to pick the one they want to work with.
I'm sure the GDP people jewed the girls out of money. I'm sure they targeted naive girls. But they didn't rape anyone, and they didn't "trick them into doing porn" - EVERY SINGLE ONE of these girls made a conscious sober choice to fuck on camera for money. The girls deserve every drop of social consequence of their decision.
lacrimamosa 0 points 61 points 61 points (+61|-0) ago
Women's sports are over. It cracks me up. "Future you chose" and all that.
This only affects women. I'm not going to say shit about it unless and until a majority of women speak out about it.
lacrimamosa 0 points 58 points 58 points (+58|-0) ago
I agree. That guy doesn’t know how to troll. You have to play it straight. Call them stunning and brave. Say that you stand with them, and that you’re a trans ally. Randomly tell other people to address her as “she” - when she denies being trans say “you are 100% a woman, I support your choice.” When she says “it’s not a choice I’m just a woman” say “I know! Our oppressive society assigns people the wrong gender at birth! I know!”
3 lowest rated comments:
lacrimamosa 7 points -7 points 0 points (+0|-7) ago
I didn't think it but it do
lacrimamosa 4 points -4 points 0 points (+0|-4) ago
Don't they? Don't you think they benefit from the drug trade? Unless you can figure out a way to buy crack with a credit card, drug dealers need there to be cash.
lacrimamosa 4 points -3 points 1 points (+1|-4) ago
they simply copy the pill/mgtow ideas and try to apply them to men
I disagree with this. All of our ideas involve changing ourselves. If you go red pill, then you try to change yourself into what women want (chad). If you go mgtow then you try to change yourself so that you don't care about women.
All of their ideas are about how they demand men should change. They never talk about changing themselves (other than, they claim they'll just reject more men - but the truth is, when a chad tries to pick them up, they'll fall for it). There's nothing in their subreddit along the lines of, "what do men want, and how can we give it to them" - which is the female version of the red pill.
All red pill communities primarily ask that question: "what do women want and how can we change ourselves into that?" It's why you hear things like "lift" and "be confident" - it's because that's what we think women want. I don't see women having the same conversation about men.