This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):
79 submissions to SexyWomenHate
61 submissions to politics
44 submissions to GirlsRock
39 submissions to news
29 submissions to whatever
This user has so far shared a total of 469 links, started a total of 70 discussions and submitted a total of 1782 comments.
Submissions: This user has upvoted 17743 and downvoted 1089 submissions.
Comments: This user has upvoted 1980 and downvoted 827 comments.
5 highest rated submissions:
Can we make banning a user from a sub for their participation in another sub against site policy?, submitted: 8/20/2015 6:13:07 PM, 354 points (+377|-23)
As someone mostly left leaning, this is how I feel on Voat sometimes, submitted: 12/9/2015 10:12:16 PM, 350 points (+355|-5)
Graduation 2016, submitted: 5/21/2016 4:17:25 PM, 262 points (+270|-8)
Guys who are powerful entertainment industry people should start releasing names of actresses who landed good parts and successful careers for sleeping with them. #hertoo, submitted: 1/21/2018 6:48:39 PM, 257 points (+261|-4)
Debbie Wasserman Schultz Served Class Action Lawsuit for Rigging Primaries, submitted: 6/30/2016 8:54:15 PM, 246 points (+246|-0)
5 lowest rated submissions:
Attorney General Underwood Announces Lawsuit Against Donald J. Trump Foundation And Its Board Of Directors, submitted: 6/14/2018 3:59:05 PM, -3 points (+3|-6)
Betsy Fischer Martin reports that several NBC news execs at 30 Rock have an auto door close switch under their desks, submitted: 11/30/2017 4:41:58 PM, 0 points (+4|-4)
A case for why women are women's worst enemy, submitted: 4/24/2015 6:16:05 PM, 0 points (+1|-1)
New Zealand jewelry company's ads feature female privates as props - people are peeved , submitted: 12/17/2015 12:10:06 AM, 0 points (+1|-1)
Study claims exercise videos send subtle messages about what "fit" people should look like - also perpetuate objectification of women, putting appearance ahead of fitness, submitted: 1/15/2016 6:23:20 PM, 0 points (+1|-1)
3 highest rated comments:
Redditor creates r/exodusprep after deciding that they should 'improve the quality of Voats user base by sending a few thousand people to 'downvote racist/sexist shit and upvote logical discussion' submitted by BLOODandHONOUR to whatever
ElementalPee 27 points 155 points 182 points (+182|-27) ago
Except for the downvote sniping and hints of unnatural community manipulation, I'm theoretically all for this. One of the highlights of voat for me was when the Bernie guys and Trump guys were split about evenly but we were all anti establishment and wanted nothing to do with Clinton. I'm sure a lot of folks here would love a platform to debate the left where they wouldn't get permabanned. Problem is, the left can't debate. They can call you names. They can say a buzzword. They can ban. But they straight can not debate. They're cowards. I mean, even this seems like some kind of scheming attempt to seize control. All they have to do is have some balls and show up and make their case.
ElementalPee 2 points 92 points 94 points (+94|-2) ago
Well, it could be worse. She could be in the United States where women often have to sit across from a guy whose legs aren't very close together.
ElementalPee 0 points 85 points 85 points (+85|-0) ago
he used to work in a pizza shop and knows the difference.
Bazzi and his wife were halfway through eating the pizza when they realized it was not halal
Took him half a pizza for his expert training to kick in.
3 lowest rated comments:
ElementalPee 7 points -6 points 1 points (+1|-7) ago
Yeah, this show is no doubt going to be awful and has an awful premise, but since when were voat people on board with boycotting or putting censorship pressure on people's art and using the exact same rationale. If it's the news being misleading, sure. Boycott the heck out of it. But trying to shut down someone's art is some SJW-level horseshit.
ElementalPee 4 points -3 points 1 points (+1|-4) ago
It's the same stuff SJW's try to do when they say a movie or game is sexualizing women and they try to exert social pressure to force companies into compliance. I'm all for not spending money on things you don't want. Totally fine. But trying to shame people into complying with your tastes by attempting to organize some sort of "movement" around it or whatever is horeshit. Obviously people are free to do whatever they want, but a lot of people here complain when it's the other way around and if you want to be consistent with your position on freedrom of expression, then it must include views you don't agree with. I'm not saying you're required to support it or anything like that. I'm speaking to the social shaming and activism that attempts to shut down free expression.
ElementalPee 8 points -3 points 5 points (+5|-8) ago
I don't want to defend them because clearly you're on the right side of just about everything here but just as a minor point, eating fries with a fork for real? That is a really goofy attempt at some kind of snobby affectation there.