[JFL] Private school boys caught singing "misogynistic" chant on tram
Future young chads asserting their dominance on a Melbourne tram. its good to see some based school kids and not some SJW fags like most of inner city Melbourne is.
Lyrics from the call-and-answer chant include: "I wish that all the ladies / Were holes in the road / If I was a dump truck / I'd fill them with my load."
They just took over the tram – it was a mass of boys, tall, strong, very loud. And that boisterousness was one thing, but it was the whole attitude," Melanie told the ABC.
"You felt there was no respect for women, you felt you couldn't say anything and if you did, you were concerned about what would happen next."
Yet all those young teenagers will go on and have great sex lives. Quit the Virtual signalling.
Chads will be chads
women" damn chad isnt respecting women"
next minute, shes giving chad head JFL
I think this kind of openly misogynistic behavior from Chads comes from a place of deep seated confidence where they are deeply aware of their genetic privilege and know that they cannot do any wrong. The confidence comes from strength, knowing that they will go unopposed. They know that they are ideally placed in this society and so they take full advantage of it.
You'll NEVER see an incel do something like this.
if a pack of small timid incels did this. everyone would be shouting and telling to stop, but since its tall young strong adolescents. they wont say a word.
We did a similar chant in first year of my university. Very mysoginisyic and objectifying women.
What shocked me was the chant was led by chads and stacies. Girls in bus were singing about using coat hanger as abortion and getting filled up in all 3s and crawling on all 4s
This should be pinned. These boys were literally called out by females for not respecting women and having a bad personality, yet they keep having a lot ot girls and none of them seems to care about it. But our personalities are supposed to be the main reason why we are incels this destroyed normies argument about personality