A vile new dating game played by men upon women is in the news today.
We need to start by acknowledging that “pigging” may not really exist. The stories told by alleged victims may be stories told by crazy women. Or, if pigging exists, then it may not be common.
However, if we believe that pigging is real, then let’s get this straight: Men who practice pigging are enemies of our people.
Our people need to have men and women get together to form families and have babies. Anything that causes distrust between the sexes is disgraceful.
So what is pigging? Read on for an explanation.
Excerpt from The Telegraph
It is one thing being rejected or ignored by your holiday romance. It is another thing entirely to fly out to see him in Amsterdam, after weeks of messaging, only to be stood up in the airport with nothing but a text saying the entire affair was a cruel joke and calling you a ‘fat ugly pig.’
But this horrific scenario is exactly what 24-year-old Sophie Stevenson says happened to her after she met Dutchman Jesse Mateman, 21, on holiday in Barcelona. She claims the pair slept together, had a “proper romance” and then spoke regularly when she was back home in Stoke. A month later Mateman convinced her to fly out to visit him in Amsterdam for the weekend.
“We were talking up until I got on the plane,” Stevenson told the Mail. “But when I arrived, he wasn’t there to pick me up. I called him a bunch of times, and he didn’t answer. I waited at the airport for two hours and I hadn’t heard anything, I was really starting to panic about being abandoned.”
Six hours later, she says he messaged her saying ‘you were pigged, it was all a joke.’
‘Pulling a pig’ is a vile game that sees a man try to woo a woman they deem ‘fat and ugly’, solely because he and his deplorable friends think it is ‘funny’.
According to Urban Dictionary, the “winner” is the guy who attracts the “ugliest” one, and the awful phenomenon seems to have been around since 2014, when Big Brother contestant Josie Cunningham tried to launch a dating site called ‘Pull the Pig’, aimed at ‘average-looking women’ (seemingly, it is currently inactive).
It’s part of a wider culture that increasingly relies on trickery, mocking and nastiness in dating. Recent terms like ‘benching’ refer to men keeping a woman they don’t feel passionately about ‘on the sidelines’ – just in case. While ‘kittenfishing’ and ‘catfishing’ mean lying on your social media profile to trick someone into dating you.
A particularly appalling example is ‘chubby chasing’ – where men seek larger women ‘as a laugh’ to impress/shock/win a bet. It is heartless, sickening and, as Stevenson simply said, ‘cruel.’
Mateman has denied the claims, after facing a backlash, insisting he never had a holiday romance with Stevenson and that any texts between them are invented. “That is just fantasist rubbish and it is ruining my life,” he said.
Western civilization is in an existential crisis, and if this report is true, then our young males are foolishly making it worse. You really have to ask if we’ve raised a generation of sociopaths.
Any guys who pull this stuff on women should not only be shunned by women, but also by other men. They make it harder for decent guys to find women to date.