Friday, September 12, 2014

It couldn't happen here. Could it?

Can it happen here? Yes,it could. Feminism is proof of that. Feminism has gotten its issues out to the sympathetic politicians and populace. The nazis couldn't accomplish it neither could their Japanese coconspriators: to fly their respective flags at the White House. The Germans said they would fly the swastika. The Japanese the rising sun and during the Cold War the Russians with the hammer and sickle. These threats were empty rhetoric. Now the terrorist group,ISIS or ISIL,are making the same threat. Will they succeed? Who knows. There is only one of these hate movements that has be not only been accepted into American society but it is actually embraced by a large part of the population and that movement is feminism. The most honest face of feminism,"gender feminism",wasn't unleashed upon American society until 1993 with the election of Bill Clinton as president. With the Bill Clinton presidency came great risks for Men's Rights Activists. Masculist publications were being monitored by the FBI. Because the Bill Clinton presidency was sympathetic to the feminist cause they were going to use the power of the government against us. Today we seen Obama wearing a t-shirt that says "this is what a feminist looks like" and old mean man-hater Joe Biden as the veep. I would say that feminism has indeed infiltrated American society the same way rot infiltrates wood.

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Lobby the Governor to veto SB 967

Let's join with the National Coalition For Men in urging California Governor Jerry Brown to to veto SB 967. This is the Hail Mary for us on this one. If we fail a lot of men on university and college campuses are in for a royal screw job. If that happens it will be lawsuits galore and let's see if SB 967's supporters are going to grandstand on that one.

Sean Hannity has a shit fit over the Rice scandal

I'm sure by now you've heard about Ray Rice and his situation. Sean Hannity and every other white knight on FOX News were crucifying Rice about how he handled the situation. Nevermind her involvement in the altercation. Nevermind the fact that she spat in his face. Nevermind all that. No,we can't let take that into consideration because Hannity and and his fellow eunuch buddies won't let us. We all have to be the castrati they are by bowwing down in agreement or just bending over in agreement. Both options are unacceptable so we refuse. We don't know what led up to the altercation but that doesn't stop douches like Hannity from running their mouths off. Surpriseingly the only one to to at least show some compassion for Ray Rice and that was Tamara Holder. That surprised the fuck out of me I was expecting the opposite point of view from Holder. She was countered by some right wing feminazi nutjob who threw out one of the many debunked domestic violence studies so I knew she was full of it. One of the ex-NFL players,Fran Tarketon,stated that more women die from domestic violence than any other cause. I call bullshit Tarketon and I call you out to cite your source for the information you spouted off on FOX tonight. To everyone who just pushed away Ray Rice's work in preventing suicides to other charitable causes. Nevermind the good things he did. Nevermind the suicide prevention he did. Nevermind that most of the suicides are committed by men. Nevermind the men. That is the narrative is it not? But what's few dead men worth in the grand scheme of ratings. Fair and Balanced? As much as a "people's republic" actually belongs to the people. All in all a lot of dead men with Hannity as the judge,jury and executioner.

Sunday, August 31, 2014

For male gamers

If you're a gamer you'll find this interesting.

It figures men would be disadvantaged in Beaver County-female on male domestic violence


She Was Caught on Camera Beating Him with a Metal Pole, but He’s the One in Jail after Cops ‘Refused to Look at the Video’
Aug. 30, 2014 11:31am Zach Noble

Hell hath no fury like a woman spurned.

Justin Lindsey has been jailed in Beaver County, Pennsylvania, for the past week, KDKA-TV reported, facing charges of harassment and assault.

But according to Lindsey’s family, he’s the one who got assaulted — and they’ve got video to back up their claims.

The incident occurred last week when Lindsey’s ex-girlfriend — and mother of his child — Rhameicka Clark showed up at his house and found Lindsey on the porch with their daughter and another woman, KDKA reported.

Clark told the news station that Lindsey had previously agreed not to bring other women around their daughter.

Lindsey recorded video of their encounter on his cell phone, capturing Clark’s rage…

After the beating, Clark reported the incident to authorities, but according to Lindsey’s mother, she made it seem like Lindsey had been the aggressor, leading a Pennsylvania magistrate to call for Lindsey’s arrest.

Worse, Aliquippa police apparently refused to look at the video evidence that showed Clark attacking Lindsey.

“Me and his dad went with him to turn himself in to the police,” Lindsey’s mother said. “They refused to look at the video, refused to hear his side.”

She added that her son is in danger of losing his job over the incident.

The Aliquippa police department did not immediately respond to a request for comment from TheBlaze.


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Time to say goodbye to a voice for men

ShlomoShunn • 4 days ago
Howzabout WOMEN learning to be more respectful of men...and not be so slutty, manipulative, passive, blame-mongering, childish, irresponsible, etc....hmmmm?

Frodo Mod ShlomoShunn • 4 days ago
Comment is bordering on misogyny sir.
Do not do it again.
I suggest you read the new TOS


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One would think this was posted on the NOW website or any other feminist website. It is not. The source is the A Voice For Men website. What has happened to this site? For one thing they let women and fags become moderators thus putting them in control of what real men can post. It has been demonstrated over and over again that women in the men's movement is a bad idea,even worse to put wannabe women in charge. If you are an MRA (by that I mean male MRA dedicated activist) then desert A Voice For Men and and instead work with us at the Men's Right's Blog. Here there are no female nor gay moderators and they're never going to female or gay moderators here. This is a dedicated men's rights site. No fags nor female cowshit here. Join us.


Saturday, August 30, 2014

Men shun women

Fallout from campus sexual assault hysteria: College men now suspicious of women
BY ASHE SCHOW | AUGUST 22, 2014 | 11:58 AM

Thanks to an increased focus on sexual assaults on college campuses, young college men are...

Thanks to an increased focus on sexual assaults on college campuses – mostly due to an overblown statistic claiming 20 percent of college women have been sexually assaulted – young college men are starting to rethink how they talk to women.

At first glance that might seem like a good thing – men learning to be more respectful of women and not be so rapey – but that’s not what this is.

This is about men actually avoiding contact with women because they’re afraid a simple kiss or date could lead to a sexual assault accusation.

Bloomberg reporters John Lauerman and Jennifer Surane interviewed multiple men from colleges like Harvard and Stanford who expressed concern over what was once known as a "hook-up culture" but is now labeled by feminists as "rape culture." The change in terminology ensures that all responsibility is placed on men, just because of their gender.

Take Malik Gill of Harvard University, who said he wouldn’t even give a female classmate a beer.

“I don’t want to look like a predator,” Gill told Bloomberg. “It’s a little bit of a blurred line.”

Gone are the days of buying a woman a drink – even if it’s just to be nice.

Gill also told Lauerman and Surane that after he passed on the contact information of a woman who said she was interested in his fraternity brother, his friend was hesitant to call her.

“Even though she was interested, he didn’t want to pressure her,” Gill said. “He was worried about making her feel uncomfortable.”

William Pollack, a Harvard Medical School psychologist, told the Bloomberg reporters about a patient who was kissing a girl during a party and began thinking about what would happen if things went further.

“‘I want to go to law school or medical school after this,’” the student said, according to Pollack. “‘I said to her, it’s been nice seeing you.’”

Pollack also noted that the media attention to campus sexual assault has led to a “witch-hunt” mentality.

“Most males would never do anything to harm a young woman,” Pollack told the Bloomberg reporters. But the current focus is “starting to scare the heck out of the wrong people.”

Like Clark Coey, who will be a freshman at East Carolina University in North Carolina this year. He’s worried that the definition of consent might not be clear exactly what it means.

“I haven’t learned anything about consent since I was a freshman in a health class,” Coey told Bloomberg. “They have to give you a better understanding of what’s right and what’s wrong.”

Oscar Sandoval of Stanford University said a female friend asked if he wanted to hang out. His friend was drunk when she arrived, Sandoval told Bloomberg. She flirted, but he just walked her to her dorm.

“Among the people I hang out with, there’s more hesitancy to hook up with someone when there’s alcohol involved,” Sandoval said. “Something that you might have thought would be okay when you were drunk might not be okay later on.”

Joshua Handler of New York University’s comments brought up another interesting consequence of so much media attention: Having to talk to women in a very specific manner.

Handler told the Bloomberg reporters that he is now very clear about what he wants when he talks to women.

Because now, apparently, women can’t interpret conversations and need to be spoken to like children (my words, not his).

I would also remind readers of Kevin Parisi, who was accused of – but found not responsible for – raping a fellow student at Drew University. He certainly has reason to be wary of women, and he told the Washington Examiner that he’s afraid that what happened to him at Drew could happen at other schools.

“I don’t see any way that this — I don’t see how these — the laws at hand don’t protect me from this happening again,” he said.

We’re facing a cultural shift where soon men might be afraid to talk to women at all for fear of being labeled rapists. Without presumed innocence on college campuses, the only way this will be fixed is after universities have to start paying out millions of dollars to students after being sued for denying them due process.

And with the current landscape – that might not be too far in the future.


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These days you're better off shunning sex and women and just hang around your buds. You can go drinking and playing pool with your buds without running into a bullshit rape accusation. Women clamoured for this law and now it's here. They made the bed they can lie in it all by themselves.