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Modern Manners and Social Etiquette

Now that rape has become an established social crime - we are all sinners - and the concept of criminal harassment and malicious communication are becoming increasingly powerful considerations on the internet and in our daily lives, I seek to establish a modern code of behaviour that is fit for purpose.

I would like to suggest some comments that have now become socially more acceptable ways of complaining about people of the opposite sex. Whereas in the past these comments may have been ways of vouching for a lady's respectability, in the modern world quite often it would make a woman seem like a creep or a harasser and quite disrespected and antisocial. It is right to give women the chance. Obviously there are miscreants who do not participate in society, for example they drop out of a bad school and behave badly, who would create the opposite effect if they made these comments:

"She did not even give me a blowjob"
"She did not even offer me sex"
"She would not even take a nude selfie with me"

"As far as I am aware we were not befriended"

I suppose sex is now expected of single people of the opposite gender as s social activity if society were to exist and therefore must be encouraged between appropriate partners.

The problem is that the emphasis is on the woman to instigate the sexual intercourse and this must be taught in schools.

The criteria that should probably go into deciding whether someone is an appropriate sexual partner (or even the right candidate for a job) would be thus:

1. Education - where someone went to school. People who have been to the top schools should be at the top of the list, as that is all governed by society and sex is a social activity
2. Qualifications - the skills, attributes and qualities a person possesses that would make them suitable, ie a university degree.
3. Local or family connection - I know this sounds gross - the hint of incest - but quite often a local or family connection, although I have put it as the 3rd most important consideration, was often in the past the most important consideration.

Women (and men) who break this covenant are 21st century sinners and are destined to go to hell, and could quite possibly incur the wrath of society.


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