Stickers (what they will say is TBD) and my autograph, to be exact. I’ve never signed my name “Nine Deuce” with a pen before, either, so you’ll get the first edition. (I’m not going to promise anything, but Jen just might throw a party for you, too.)
Here’s the deal: In a comment on my cougars post, Jen mentioned that she’d be fairly pumped if someone came up with a suitable derogatory term for men behaving like misogynistic dickfaces that would stick, and I can’t say I disagree. So, I’ve decided to put on a contest. Whoever coins the best term(s) for misogynistic dudes wins. The rules are:
- It must be clever.
- It must have some serious shaming potential. I know that there’s no way we can come up with a name for misogynistic men that carries the same kind of weight terms like “slut” or “cougar” do, but I want it to be something no one wants to be called.
- It doesn’t have to be a general term; it could refer to men who take advantage of women sexually, it could refer to men who are all about fighting for their “right” to wank to women’s degradation, it could refer to men who do any shitty, anti-woman thing that bothers you a lot. I know my readers are all — like me — artistic as fuck, and I’m not about limiting people’s artistic expression.
- You can submit as many as you like. Actually, I’d like to make the rule that you have to submit five or more, but I won’t. Still, the more the better.
The contest will end when this post falls off of my first page, which should happen in about seven to seventy days. We’ll see. The winner(s) will get an envelope from me with some stickers in it, my autograph on it, and possibly something else that happens to be sitting around when I seal the envelope. They’ll also see their new slang term employed regularly (credited, of course) here, and maybe even elsewhere (the goal, of course, is for the term or terms to catch on).
UPDATE: For those of you dumb enough to accuse me of holding a contest to come up with gendered insults, I’ll just tell you you’re wrong. The insults I’m looking for are character-based, which you’d have noticed if you’d read the rules. I didn’t ask people to make up derogatory names for men, but rather misogynists. Duh, again.