Monday, October 31, 2011

Free Rayon Mcintosh

Remember that cashier at that New York McDonald's who defended himself against two violent dykes? Well he's mentioned in the news again. One story states he was fired and arrested along with the two dykes and the other is a defense fund for him.

The first story from the New York Post:

He’s become a McHero.

Online supporters are hailing the McDonald’s cashier caught on shocking video bashing two patrons who hopped the counter during a fight at the West Village location.

The Rayon McIntosh Defense Fund has been set up on Facebook and is just one of several cyber-support pages.

The 31-year-old worker’s dad is also solidly in his son’s corner.

“You can’t go into a person’s workplace and attack them,” Rayon McIntosh Sr., 54, told The Post. “Let’s be real now -- this was self-defense.”

McIntosh Jr. -- an ex-con who served nearly 11 years for manslaughter, assault and weapons charges -- is caught on tape using a metal rod to beat patrons Denise Darbeau, 24, and Rachel Edwards, 24, breaking Darbeau’s skull and arm and cutting Edwards.

The fight began when the gals cussed McIntosh after he questioned a $50 bill they passed him.

Darbeau slapped him and jumped over the counter as her gal pal jumped into the fray.

McIntosh is charged with assault and criminal possession of a weapon. He was also fired.

His father plans to order up a good defense layer.

“We will not be railroaded,” he said.

For more info go to Rayon Mcintosh's facebook page. If you want to contribute to Rayon McIntosh's defense fund click here.

The kicker to all this is that the dykes who started this altercation got a slap on the wrist meanwhile a man who was protecting his life and the lives of the patrons there is sent to jail. He was fired on top of that by his boss,here is the story:

The restaurant's owner, Carmen Paulino, told NBC New York she was "extremely disturbed" by the events.

"The actions of this individual are unacceptable and not characteristic of my employees," she said. "This individual no longer works for my organisation."

Source:click here

I also heard that no one else jumped in,no employees or manager. Where was the manager during all this? Where was she? Why wasn't she taking charge? She was doing what all women do and that is hide behind a man because they are cowardly scum and when it's convient backstab that man and throw him to the wolves. This is why I don't respect them and I laugh at their misfortune. If they treat us like scum then we return the favor. Fuck them.

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Hopefully this gets rid of the PROTECT-IP Act

I received the following from Demand Progress in which they inform us that there is a House version of the PROTECT-IP Act and it needs to be defeated. Here is Demand Progress:


But, first of all: GREAT WORK. The House Blacklist Bill was introduced as expected yesterday -- but with only a handful of sponsors.

There's little doubt that this is because of the ruckus we've all raised together -- especially the 50,000+ emails we sent in this week asking our lawmakers to refuse to sponsor the bill.

Now that it's been introduced, will you ask your lawmakers to VOTE AGAINST the House version of the Blacklist Bill?

The bad news: The bill is a nightmare.

The rumors were true. The new Blacklist Bill could effectively destroy YouTube, Twitter, and other sites that rely on user-generated content by making the sites' owners legally responsible for content their users post.

It could shut down music storage lockers and other cloud-based products.

And it also includes provisions that would make it a felony to stream unlicensed content -- including cover band performances, karaoke videos, video game play-throughs, and more.

Will you click here to ask your Congressmember to oppose this legislation?

It's a grab-bag of Halloween goodies for a handful of big corporations -- but for us it's Frankenstein's monster, cobbled together from half-born bills, set to suffocate free speech and innovation and terrorize consumers and Internet users.

Please help send the House version of PROTECT IP to its grave. Click here.

Thanks, yet again.

The Demand Progress team.

Preserve the internet and free speech sign that petition to get rid of the PROTECT-IP Act once and for all.

Leahy's bad bill

Sen. Patrick Leahy is currently circulating a draft of the Violence Against Women Act: click here. Even though SAVE representatives met with Sen. Leahy's staff over the last 2 years, the draft VAWA totally, completely, 100% misses the mark. These are the reasons why the draft bill is Dead on Arrival:

•Nothing to make sure real victims get priority - see summary: click here

•Zero attention to false allegations.

•Nothing to rein in DV lies.

•Nada to address mandatory arrest.

•No attempt to make VAWA gender-neutral

Worse, the bill will take the Dept. of Education's directive on sexual assault on campus and turn the "preponderance of evidence" standard into statutory law,

We need to raise a big stink about this. Call your Senators today at 1-202-224-3121, and tell them to refuse to co-sponsor the bill. Sen. Leahy's bill is fatally flawed.



Teri Stoddard, Program Director

Stop Abusive and Violent Environments

Or you can email them. (see men's resources) Either way let them know Leahy's bill is unacceptable.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Internet blacklist bill: encouraging but we must keep up the fight

I received this from Demand Progress. Here is what they said:

Great, great work: In about 36 hours more than 50,000 of us have asked our lawmakers to refuse to cosponsor the House version of the Internet Blacklist Bill. THANK YOU.
We are expecting it to be introduced LATER TODAY. Will you please -- one more time -- ask your friends to help us fight back?

Our allies on the Hill say the bill's so bad that it could effectively destroy Youtube, Twitter, and other sites that rely on user-generated content by making the sites' owners legally responsible for everything their users post.

If it's as bad as they say it is, Facebook, Myspace, and Google+ would be at risk. The cyberlocker and streaming provisions could affect your iPhone, Android, AmazonCloud, Pandora, Grooveshark and even your email accounts.

We know it sounds crazy, but we're hearing it from Congressional staff and highly respected advocacy organizations.

We deeply appreciate your continued support, and need your help now more than ever. Would you ask your friends to email their lawmakers right away?

We can still win this thing if we stick together and turn up the pressure -- and that's why we need to completely bombard Congress with constituent contacts.

-The Demand Progress team

Sounds like a good idea to me. If you aren't familiar with the Internet Blacklist bill just click here. We've got them on the ropes so if you haven't written your elected leaders now would be good time.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Last night on the factor

One of O'Reilly's guests last night was Bill Bennett. He was there to plug his new book The Book  Of Man which chronicles the decline of men propping up society. O'Reilly was quick to blame the left and rightfully so. O'Reilly mentioned the feminists must be happy to get rid of traditional manhood but Bennett said they weren't. Bennett also went on to say that young women today are upset about the situation with men today. So that's who Bennett's working for. Having O'Reilly and Bennett discuss the so-called "man crisis" and trying to resolve it from the perspectives and biases they are bringing with them is like watching two retarded chimpanzees trying to repair a car. It is amusing but you know nothing is going to get done.

I have a 411 for O'Reilly and Bennett

Fuck off we don't need you since you don't or won't get it.

There is no "man crisis" there never was and no, space aliens have not reprogrammed our minds. Do you want to know the real deal is? Look around on this blog or any other MRA blog and read what is there in society that we hate. Misandry. Specifically institutionalised misandry which seeps into every area of society. From the government and courts,to society which contributes to the culture we live in. It is in our faces and yes we get it but unfortunately the Bennetts and O'Reillys of this world don't get it. Society is giving us the finger and we are giving it right back. We're not stupid in fact we are very smart not to fall for the lure which is dripping with misandry. We live in a society that views us as cannon-fodder for their wars at best and criminals at worst. When assholes like Bennett don't care about men who were murdered by their system like Thomas Ball and Wilbur Street were then I don't care what happens to assclowns like Bennett.

Monday, October 24, 2011

Big time threat to YouTube

Congress is trying to apply the screws to YouTube,Twitter and others. I received the following from Demand Progress. Here it is:

URGENT ACTION NEEDED: New Internet Blacklist Bill Could Shut Down Twitter And Youtube!

A bit of an emergency: The rumor all over Capitol Hill is that the House version of the Internet Blacklist Bill will be introduced this week, probably on Wednesday. Our allies on the Hill say the bill's so bad that it could effectively destroy Youtube, Twitter, and other sites that rely on user-generated content by making the sites' owners legally responsible for everything their users post. Nobody will want to take that risk, so sites like Youtube and Twitter could be forced to shut down. Facebook, Myspace, and Google+ would be at risk. The cyberlocker and streaming provisions could affect your iPhone, Android, AmazonCloud, Pandora, Spotify, Grooveshark and even your email accounts. And all of this is being driven by a few major corporations who are trying to protect their private profits.
Will you use the form at right to ask your Congressmember not to cosponsor the legislation, at least until they've heard our concerns?

ALSO: We need to completely overwhelm the social networking sites with info about this legislation so we can bombard Congress with constituent contacts:

Congress is out to destroy our rights and we need to defend them so sign that petition right away and let them know we won't allow them to do so.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Biden confronted on his remarks

To promote the first stage of President Obama's new economic stimulus plan, Vice President Joe Biden has repeatedly warned that failing to win passage of the measure could lead to dire results, including an increase of murders and rapes throughout the country. The reason for such spikes in major violent crime, Biden argues, is that a portion of the $35 billion in the bill will go to beef up police power.

At the University of Pennsylvania on Tuesday, Biden argued that the spending in the bill would be necessary to keep crime low. He expressed the same view a week earlier in Flint, Mich. where he suggested there was a correlation between fewer police officers and higher crime rates.

"Let's look at the facts," Biden said. "In 2008, when Flint had 265 sworn officers on their police force, there were 35 murders and 91 rapes in this city. In 2010, when Flint had only 144 police officers, the murder rate climbed to 65 and rapes, just to pick two categories, climbed to 229. In 2011, you now only have 125 shields. God only knows what the numbers will be this year for Flint if we don't rectify it."

Biden has supported increasing police budgets and the number of cops on the beat for several years, so his use of this rhetoric is far from surprising. He is, however, facing scrutiny from conservative critics for threatening that crime could increase if Congress doesn't endorse this stage of the Democrats' jobs bill, which will increase spending only on public-sector jobs.

Jason Mattera, the editor of the conservative newspaper Human Events, confronted Biden about his comments during a visit on Capitol Hill. Mattera, asked the vice president if he regretted using a "rape reference to describe Republican opposition" to the jobs bill.

"Let's get it straight, guy, don't screw around with me," Biden told Mattera, who is known for his brazen on-camera interview style. "Listen to me. I said rape was up three times in Flint, they're the numbers. Go look at the numbers. Murder's up, rape is up, burglaries are up. That's exactly what I said."

When Mattera asked if it was appropriate for a person in Biden's position to make warnings like that to advance a bill, Biden ended the interview.

You can watch the video here and in the embed above.

The Senate is expected to take up the first piece of the jobs bill sometime this week.

Source:click here

Biden has a way with the media the same way NJ Governor Chris Christie does and with a big mouth to match. Now he's thumping the chest of a fellow member of the fourth estate probably in an attempt to intimidate him. What's going to happen when the jobs bill goes down in defeat? Biden will look like an idiot for his rhetoric. If he doesn't want it to be rhetoric he better hope the rape rate goes up. That means he better hire some rapists or do it himself. I'm betting on the latter. He just seems like that kind of a guy.Vice President Joe Biden-coming to a back alley near you. Notice how Biden's handlers got him out of there before he made a bigger ass out of himself. Obama is hanging on to his job by a string as it is and the last thing he needs is Biden shooting his mouth off and intimidating reporters.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

The dirty ex-cop and the decoys

Coming clean on 'dirty DUIs' in Contra Costa County
A whistle-blower tells how a private detective arranged for men to be arrested for drunk driving at the behest of their ex-wives and their lawyers —and that entrapment using decoys was only one of many alleged misdeeds.

By Maura Dolan, Los Angeles Times

October 16, 2011, 8:07 p.m.
Reporting from Martinez, Calif.— David Dutcher met Sharon on in late 2008, a few months after separating from his wife. "We had a lot in common," he recalled. Sharon loved four-wheel-drive trucks and sports.

They met for coffee, then dinner. Sharon was tall, slender, blond and beautiful. She moaned that she had not had sex in a long time. She told him he had large, strong hands and wondered if that portended other things. She described his kisses as "yummy."

"It felt a lot like Christmas," said Dutcher, 49, a tall, burly engineer with wavy red hair.

On their second date, Sharon suggested they join one of her friends "who was partying because she had closed a real estate deal," Dutcher said. They drove to an Italian restaurant in a suburb near San Francisco. Sharon's friend, "Tash," was a loud and raucous brunet who was pounding down shots.

The women fiddled with Dutcher's tie and massaged his neck and shoulders. The brunet unbuttoned her blouse to reveal generous cleavage. "I am way over my head with these girls," he remembered thinking. "I hadn't been out dating in a while."

Sharon had trouble finishing her tequila shots and asked Dutcher to help, he said. When the women went to the bathroom, two men at the other end of the bar peppered Dutcher with questions.

"Are you a celebrity?" they wanted to know.

The women suggested going to a house with a hot tub that Tash was housesitting, Dutcher said. He followed them in his truck. Within a few minutes, a flashing red light appeared in his rearview mirror. The officer said he had been swerving.

Three months later, Dutcher's wife filed a motion in their divorce case, telling the court that her soon-to-be former husband had been arrested on suspicion of drunk driving and that she feared for their children's safety. The judge ordered that Dutcher's visits be supervised.

Then, earlier this year, Dutcher received a letter from Contra Costa County Senior Deputy Dist. Atty. Harold W. Jewett. It contained a transcript of a police interview with Christopher Butler, a private detective and the subject of a state and federal criminal investigation.

"I hope in some small way this information will help you recoup both rights and dignities lost in one of the most deplorable legal practices I have ever heard of," Jewett wrote.


Dutcher had been duped.

The women who'd ogled him worked for Butler's detective agency. Sharon, who told Dutcher she was a divorcee employed by an investment firm, actually was a former Las Vegas showgirl.

A man who once worked for Butler had blown the whistle. He told authorities Butler arranged for men to be arrested for drunk driving at the behest of their ex-wives and their divorce lawyers — and that entrapment was only one of many alleged misdeeds.

Butler, 49, a former police officer, was arrested in February. In addition to setting up at least five DUIs, he sold drugs for law enforcement officers and helped them open and operate a brothel, collecting and delivering the profits, according to prosecutors and a statement Butler gave them after his arrest.

In the March 15 statement obtained by The Times, Butler said his accomplices reasoned that they could shield their illegal businesses because any complaints would be investigated by a state-run narcotics task force, which one of the officers headed.

The alleged crimes implicated three different law enforcement agencies — the San Ramon and Danville police departments and the narcotics task force — and took place in Contra Costa County, a collection of mostly middle-class communities that stretch from the East Bay shoreline opposite San Francisco to upscale suburbs inland.

Jewett called the scandal a "sordid drama" that overwhelmed the resources of the county and raised potential conflicts for police departments being asked to investigate their own.

In May, the FBI took over the probe, interviewing Dutcher and other ex-husbands arrested on suspicion of drunk driving. A federal grand jury indicted Butler and two of the officers in August and September. The charges included drug dealing, running a prostitution business and illegal possession of a weapon.

More indictments are expected. A third officer, implicated by Butler in the DUIs, faces state charges of accepting bribes to make arrests.

Stunned prosecutors combed through pending criminal cases and eventually dismissed charges in at least 20 DUI and vice crimes, tainted by the involvement of the accused officers. Two of them had once worked with Butler on the police force of the East Bay city of Antioch.

Butler also apparently hoodwinked reporters. His agency received national attention for employing gumshoe "housewives" who juggled soccer games with undercover spying. People magazine and Dr. Phil did stories. An East Bay magazine reporter who went on a ride-along with Butler later discovered that everything he had witnessed had been staged.

In what prosecutors now call "dirty DUIs," Butler paid his decoys $25 an hour for four-hour minimums. The women worked in pairs. One drank heavily with the target and the other drove.

Butler videotaped the encounters from a nearby table. When the man got into his vehicle, Butler tipped off police. The last DUI setup occurred in January.

Susan Dutcher, a substitute schoolteacher, said in a sworn declaration that she paid Butler $2,500 to obtain evidence that her husband drove while drinking. She insisted she did not authorize Butler to have him arrested because she did not want to imperil his job and his ability to pay child support.

Her lawyer's paralegal, who had recommended Butler, "made this all seem completely legal and as though it was standard practice" in divorce cases, she said.

Once Dutcher got into his truck, Butler called a police officer friend to report Dutcher had been drinking. Butler maintained the officer was not paid by him and did not know Dutcher had been set up. The officer, who has not been charged, later went to work for Butler.


Dutcher, an avionics engineer who works on rockets, said he was dumbfounded when he learned what happened. After his arrest, he could not get the heightened security clearance he needed for certain jobs.

Driven by anger and embarrassment, he contacted others he had learned had been set up, including Declan Woods, a contractor arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence in 2007. Woods' ex-wife was represented by Mary Nolan, the same divorce attorney who worked for Susan Dutcher.

Butler told prosecutors the attorney referred him to Susan Dutcher because she was thrilled with his performance in the Woods case. In a sworn court declaration, Nolan denied having anything to do with hiring Butler in the Dutcher case; she could not be reached for comment about Woods' arrest.

Woods' ordeal began with a call for a kitchen remodel estimate. The prospective client turned out to be an attractive, flirtatious brunet. She told him she was new in town, a writer, and wondered what he was doing that night. He said he planned to grab dinner at a local cafe.

"Hey, this chick is picking up on me," Woods joked to his business partner after the two men met with her.

The woman showed up with a friend that evening. They went to a nearby bar, where the three drank lemon drops.

Woods said in an interview that the brunet was so aggressive he twice pushed her off his lap. Calm yourself, calm yourself, he remembered telling her. Looking back, he said, he should have realized something was wrong.

"Things like that don't happen to blokes like me," said the British-born Woods. "But the alcohol kicks in, you are having a good time, and you think, what the hell."

The women suggested going to a house with a hot tub. Woods hopped into his truck and followed them. He was pulled over almost immediately. "I have been set up," he remembered telling the officer.

Prosecutors offered to help Dutcher and Woods remove their DUI convictions and approved the dismissal of charges against the three other men. Dutcher obtained a court order last month to expunge his conviction.

Even though the men had been drinking, prosecutors said Butler's stings violated a little-used 19th century law that makes it a felony to conspire to subject another person to arrest. The female decoys have not been charged.

Woods said the arrest hurt his business and cost him thousands of dollars in fines. His ex-wife declined to discuss the case but said she did not authorize Butler to have Woods arrested.

Dutcher has worked long hours seeking vindication. After spending nearly $30,000 on an attorney, he decided to represent himself in an attempt to overturn the divorce and custody agreement he signed last year. He said his ex-wife had him "over the barrel" after the DUI.

M. Pamela Lauser, Susan Dutcher's current lawyer, doubts Dutcher will succeed. "Nobody held a gun to his head," she said of his drunk driving arrest. "Nobody forced him to drink.... The guy was drunk and he was driving. How is that a dirty DUI?"

Dutcher agreed he "made a terrible mistake."

A trial date on the divorce settlement is set for Nov. 17.

Source:click here

The decoys weren't charged which just goes to show that the pussy pass is still in effect. If the women are held accountable they might stop fucking men over but if that were to happen the courts,cops and other vultures who depend on the men's money wouldn't be able to get it. One poster on the LA Times site said men would do the same thing if they could. I say bullshit. If men did abuse women white knights would form vigilante groups and go after the bad men. Do the good women do that for men? No,they just side with their misandrist sisters aka bad women. Where can you find these bad women? Probably in the company of a white knight vigilante.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

My repsonse to Jezebel

It seems that we have Jezebel's attention and in true feminist fashion they get it wrong. Beginning with my screen name which is "Masculist Man" not "Masculist Male". I tried to correct them but my post wouldn't go through. I tried 3 times. It's either a technical glitch or feminists playing their chickenshit game "bait and censor" where they bait you into responding and when you do they either delete your post or prevent you from responding. This is a chickenshit game women play and it costs them tremendous amounts of respect and then they wonder why men don't respect them. If this was a neutral site I would give them the benefit of the doubt but this was on the Jezebel site and we all know that site is far from neutral. I'm not the only one to discuss the wikipedia situation A Voice For Men also covered it and what the posters on A Voice For Men wrote is a whole lot more credible than anything to come from feminists. They also posted this as well and I even posted where wikipedia is getting a pro-feminist attitude. Since Anna North wants to post inaccurate quotes to discredit us (a pathetic attempt I might add) let's see what was really said in this article:

These Campus Ambassadors are the first face of the Wikimedia movement that most students have seen, and 27 of the 59 Campus Ambassadors this term (that’s 46%) are women. At Indiana University Bloomington, for example, six Campus Ambassadors assist three classes of students — and five of them are women.

Chanitra’s and Beth’s views are echoed across their cohort. They don’t focus on being role models for female students. Instead, they try to ease all students into the joys of editing Wikipedia — and closing the gender gap is a nice side effect of their work.

And it’s not just Campus Ambassadors closing the gender gap. More than half of the 600 students contributing to Wikipedia through the Public Policy Initiative this term are women. Two classes feature an all-women roster: women’s college Simmons’ “Public Relations Seminar” and Georgetown University’s “Women and Human Rights.”

Source:click here

North says this is not about women. Bullshit,it is ALL about women. Jezebel,like other feminist sites,is staffed by liars who couldn't tell the truth even if their reputations were on the line. MRA sites such as mine or Paul Elam's or Welmer's are a lot more reputable than any feminists sites are. If you are a regular reader of this blog you know that is true.

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Boycott Wikipedia

Kevin Gorman

Wikipedia campus ambassadors

Recently Wikipedia started deleting articles that were favorable to men or they misrepresented them. The dedication to Thomas Ball is gone along with other pages that were favorable to men's rights. The men's rights page has been altered to make MRA's the bad guys and to further the idea of female victim hood. In fact A Voice For Men discusses this in a couple of places.

This requires a bit of context, which I’ll establish as quickly as I can.You’ve just comprehensively re-written wikipedia’s entry on Men’s Rights. The page, formerly provided a reasonable summary of issues of concern with a movement called “the men’s rights movement.”

Now, after a thorough rewrite, the wikipedia entry under the heading “Men’s Rights,” characterizes the phrase to refer to collective privilege afforded to men throughout history. Essentially you’ve provided the definition of “male privilege” as it is presented in the context of Patriarchy Theory (PT).

PT, by the way, is one of the ideological tenets of Radical Feminism, thus the Men’s Rights wikipedia page, formerly addressing a movement called “the mens rights movement” is now a reference page for an item of mainstream feminist doctrine. The rewrite was skillful, certainly – and appears to have taken considerable work. Just look at all those links to feminist advocate research.

Here’s my question. or yours, actually. If you find yourself rewriting reference material to obscure and minimize the topic of that reference material; in fact censoring that topic, to create a public impression that it does not exist – do you recognize your own action as censorship? Taking that question further – do you recognize that the urge to silence opinions other than your own is a totalitarian urge?

Source:click here


In a sudden and sweeping change of the Wikipedia page on Men’s Rights, references to the myriad of issues and efforts highlighted over the past forty years of pro-male activism have been replaced with the standard litany of feminist dogma about male privilege and patriarchy. They start the page (just below the notice challenging its neutrality) with a simple definition: Men’s rights are the entitlements and freedoms claimed by boys and men.

That is followed up by a list of historical and other items that point to male privilege and hegemony, as well as female oppression. Further down the line, below the remainder of the misdirecting clutter (and past where most people will actually read), there is cursory mention of some elements of the MRM, pointing to NCFM and ACFC. This is where they make their first and only mention of men’s rights activists. It’s placed just below a sub-header addressing the male dominant laws in Pakistan.

There are other, very minor references to legitimate men’s rights issues, but they are all literally buried in a deluge of pro-feminist perspective that was added to the page in one fell swoop sometime in the last few days.

The intent here is transparent. The Wikipedia page on men’s rights has been rewritten, in deliberate and premeditated fashion, in order to turn it into a tool that will lead readers to conflate the men’s rights movement with an agenda of domination and control over women. Actually, the page has not been so much rewritten, as it has been reengineered, to turn it from an information source into an instrument of disinformation and deception. None of this was done accidentally, as anyone who has ever read the previous incarnation of that page can clearly see.

Source:click here

This lead to a WTF moment. Why is wikipedia taking this attitude? Who is making the decisions to delete the sections on men's rights?

We believe we may have the answer. This may explain what happened:

Campus Ambassador program tackles gender gap
Thursday, March 31st, 2011

A key piece of Wikimedia’s strategic plan is to close the gender gap by encouraging more women to participate in projects. One area where we already see progress is the Wikipedia Ambassadors program, developed in conjunction with the Public Policy Initiative. During the 2010-11 academic year, university students across the United States are writing Wikipedia articles as part of their coursework, and they learn the Wikipedia basics from trained Campus Ambassadors who come into the classroom to teach students how to start contributing.

These Campus Ambassadors are the first face of the Wikimedia movement that most students have seen, and 27 of the 59 Campus Ambassadors this term (that’s 46%) are women. At Indiana University Bloomington, for example, six Campus Ambassadors assist three classes of students — and five of them are women.

“I think I am putting a face on Wikipedia instead of it just being a web site that people use,” says Chanitra Bishop, a librarian at IU and one of the five female Campus Ambassadors there. “Hopefully, if students and professors have thought about becoming involved, they will see that they can and that they have unique knowledge to contribute.” Likewise, Indiana Library and Information Science master’s student Beth Brockman was drawn to becoming a Campus Ambassador because of her desire to make Wikipedia a better resource for anyone to use, but she thinks seeing women teaching about Wikipedia in university classrooms can be an inspiration to the female students in the class.

Chanitra’s and Beth’s views are echoed across their cohort. They don’t focus on being role models for female students. Instead, they try to ease all students into the joys of editing Wikipedia — and closing the gender gap is a nice side effect of their work.

“I would hope that I am providing a model for any new editor, not just women, and I would hope that I am contributing to making Wikipedia a professional and respectful environment,” says Adrianne Wadewitz, a longtime Wikipedian. “Being a Campus Ambassador allows me to join together two things about which I’m passionate: Wikipedia and teaching. It allows me to show professors how useful Wikipedia can be as a teaching tool and it allows me to learn, in turn, from students and other teachers about a variety of subject matters and techniques for communicating.”

Campus Ambassadors were trained in five regions across the United States in January, including a training in Indianapolis, pictured here.

Ellie Dahlgren is a staff member at the Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning at Indiana, and she agrees with Adrianne that her primary focus as a Campus Ambassador is on what the students get out of the Wikipedia assignment.

“I like challenging instructors to think about teaching and learning in different ways,” Ellie says. “I like being part of a team that creates unique and practical (i.e., real-world) experiences for students.”

And it’s not just Campus Ambassadors closing the gender gap. More than half of the 600 students contributing to Wikipedia through the Public Policy Initiative this term are women. Two classes feature an all-women roster: women’s college Simmons’ “Public Relations Seminar” and Georgetown University’s “Women and Human Rights.”

Brenda Burk is a librarian at nearby Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), and she travels to Bloomington to assist in the classrooms there. Becoming a Campus Ambassador has given Brenda a new way to connect with students, she says. Brenda says the principles librarians support — understanding resources, determining source reliability, and verifiability — complement Wikipedia well. And she’s particularly excited to see the students in her class continue contributing to such an important resource.

“Seeing me use Wikipedia and edit encourages them to jump in,” Brenda says of her students. “In the class, the women are a bit more cautious starting to edit and create articles. Once they start and become comfortable in this environment they get excited about it. Hopefully the enthusiasm continues.”

Learn more about the Public Policy Initiative, the Wikipedia Ambassador program, and the classes involved so far at WikiProject United States Public Policy.

LiAnna Davis
Communications Associate, Public Policy Initiative

Tags: gender gap
Posted in Community, Outreach, Public Policy Initiative, Wikipedia | Comments Off

Source:click here

Sounds like the editors of wikipedia are man-hating dykes or self-hating dweebs. So wikipedia is now being edited by people who have never lived in the real world. Never had to pay their own rent,buy their own groceries or pay their own bills because they have mommy and daddy to do that for them. Let's show these dykes and dweebs what happens when you fuck with men. The organization that pays the bills for wikipedia is wikimedia. This link will take you to their "benefactors" page. Let's tell these benefactors what kind of operation wikipedia is running and ask them if they support bigotry because that is exactly what they are doing when they support wikipedia. Wikimedia is a 501c nonprofit so let's see if we can fuck with wikimedia's 501c status. How can we do that? We can contact our elected leaders (see "men's resources"),both houses and ask them if a 501c nonprofit can engage in sexist practices. If they can't then they should be called on it. Also there is Wiki which may be the parent company of wikipedia so we should email them about our disgust toward wikipedia and the practices they are engaged in. The more of us that write in the better so write in today.

LA goes blue for prostate cancer awareness month

NCFM Member Ray Blumhorst and Prostate Cancer Blue Lights

October 14, 2011

Grass Roots Are Looking Nice and Blue This Year (for raising awareness about prostate cancer)

Los Angeles City Hall going blue for prostate cancer awarness month

“Person by person, group by group, the prostate cancer blue movement appears to be taking root nicely.

LA City Hall is going blue for the first time ever September 16-18.

Prostate cancer advocates who have long yearned to see more blue each September as part of National Prostate Cancer Awareness month should be encouraged this year. It appears that, through pure determination and stubbornness, we are making progress. Next week in Los Angeles, major landmarks such as LA City Hall, the Capitol Records Building, Los Angeles International Airport, The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel and others are lighting up blue to broadcast the message of awareness and the importance of early detection and treatment. The same is happening in Atlanta and other cities…

Ray Blumhorst is one of many American men who are shedding light on prostate cancer this year.

Ray Blumhorst

‘After cleaning my front porch fixture, and installing the new blue light bulb, I shot this photo using the camera’s self-timer. As I was taking one photo, some neighbors passed by and said, “Say cheese.” I didn’t say anything as the camera was timing down, but I think my little blue light bulb is already starting to bring some attention to the scourge of prostate cancer,” says Ray Blumhorst, who got his blue bulb up several days in advance of Prostate Cancer Awareness month.’”

You can read the rest of the article on prostate survivor Dan Zenka’s blog at click here. And, nice work Mr. Zenka… and, Mr. Blumhorst.

Source:click here

Way to go,Ray. This is a big plus for the MRM as it gets our concerns before the people. If we present our concerns to allies and neutrals we can accomplish a lot of great things. The thing is we have to turn the neutrals into allies and we have the allies assist us in pushing the MRM. As far as our enemies are concerned,fuck them and defeat them. This goes to show that activism goes a long way. We're on the right course,don't stop.

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

VP Biden ties Jobs Bill to sexual assault

In Flint, Michigan, Vice President Joe Biden suggested that more rapes and murders could occur if President Barack Obama's jobs bill is not passed.

"In 2008, when Flint had 265 sworn officers on their police force, there were 35 murders and 91 rapes in this city," Biden said. "In 2010, when Flint had only 144 police officers, the murder rate climbed to 65 and rapes--just to pick two categories--climbed to 229. In 2011, you now only have 125 shields. God only knows what the numbers will be this year for Flint if we don't rectify it."

The vice president also seemed to suggest that the Obama administration's first stimulus is the reason rapes and murders were not even higher in 2010 and 2011." And God only knows what that number would have been had we not been able to get a little bit of help," Biden said.

Source:click here

Yep,same old Biden delievering the same type of message assclowns like him usually deliever: "do as we say and nobody gets hurt." They truly are desparate to resort to these tactics but then again this is their SOP. You never know what exactly is going to come out of Biden's mouth but you know you're not going to like it. Biden's only upside is that he is the target of FOX News.

WorldNetDaily takes an unbias look at the Men's Rights Movement

Civil rights movement you've never heard of
Advocates for men move into social media, Internet in fight for parity

Posted: October 12, 2011
8:43 pm Eastern

By Phil Elmore
© 2011 WND

A burgeoning civil rights movement, focused on eliminating what its members see as broadening social and legal disparities between men and women, is using social media and the Internet to spread its message demanding parity.

Active in North America but also evident in increasingly visible efforts abroad, the Men's Rights Movement (MRM) is fighting proposed and existing legislation its members see as "misandric," while challenging social customs and traditions its activists believe favor women over men.

According to Judith Baer's "Historical and Multicultural Encyclopedia of Women's Reproductive Rights in the United States," the MRM, which Baer calls the Father's Rights Movement (FRM), traces its origins to the early 1960s. She specifically identifies the Internet as the means through which the FRM gained momentum.

"After the World Wide Web took off in the 1990s," she writes, "FRM cites [sic] proliferated on the Internet."

Amid the spread of fathers' and men's rights groups on the Web, the book widely considered to be the foundation of the MRM, Warren Farrell's "The Myth of Male Power," was published in 1994.

"I wrote 'The Myth of Male Power,'" Dr. Farrell explains, "because I came to understand that historically neither sex had real power – both sexes had real obligations, responsibilities, and roles."

He decries what he sees as the "disposable" position of men in contemporary society, citing higher suicide rates, lower life expectancies and other social indicators unfavorable to men. He outlines various legal and financial disadvantages men experience across a broad range of scenarios.

Farrell also draws the tie between the FRM and the MRM as necessarily an outgrowth of those legal and financial issues.

"When men are younger," he told WND, "they are more concerned with the balance between how to fit in and how to be different; when they consider marriage, they are focused on sex until they fall in love. It is only when men encounter failure that we begin a fundamental questioning of our roles. Usually that's if they are a dad and there's a divorce. Then men are shocked to find they have few rights if their rights are challenged by the mom."

The movements for fathers' and men's rights were once firmly, and briefly, associated with drum circles and weekend retreats. Today, however, the MRM comprises members ranging from prominent figures such as Internet radio host Paul Elam of the organization A Voice for Men, to YouTube activists such as Bernard Chapin, to pseudonymous bloggers such as "Angry Harry" and Elam's colleague "John the Other." Using podcasts, social media and their Internet media, these self-described men's rights activists take advantage of the immediacy and interactivity offered by today's technology to spread their message.

That message encompasses a wide variety of issues considered touchstones of the MRM, including inequity in the family court system, a lack of social support services for men, the decline of college enrollment among men versus women, and legislation like the Violence Against Women Act, which activists believe emphasizes violence against women at the expense of ignoring or marginalizing violence against men.

While "gender feminism" is frequently blamed as the root cause of these problems, few issues within the MRM inspire as much vocal outcry as false allegations of sexual assault.

"We have men literally going to prison and having their lives destroyed, their reputations... all over finger pointing," Elam says. "This is a huge problem across the movement."

Elam and his fellow activists have fought back by creating their own website, "Register Her," which purports to be a public database of false accusers, violent female offenders and even public figures who have advocated against men.

One of Elam's more prominent targets among the latter is Mary Kellett, an assistant district attorney in Maine, whom the site calls a "corrupt public official" who "has distinguished herself by prosecuting numerous cases of rape and domestic violence against men within her community based on no evidence."

Calls for comment to Kellett's office were not returned.

The MRM has its own vocabulary and catchphrases. Paul Elam and listeners to his Internet radio show frequently speak of "taking the red pill," a reference to the film "The Matrix." Men motivated by self-destructive chivalry are "White Knights," while the acronyms MGTOW and NAWALT signify "Men Going Their Own Way" and "Not All Women Are Like That."

Activism over men's rights has gone global, with visible men's rights groups active in Australia, the U.K. and other Western nations. In Japan, a growing "herbivore" movement comprises Japanese men opting out of traditional social roles while expressing little or no interest in women or sex.

The movement for men's rights is not limited to men, either. One prominent activist is Dr. Tara Palmatier, a clinical psychologist and counselor who runs the website Shrink4Men.

"I was and am personally very concerned by the double standard our culture and the field of psychology practices when it comes to female perpetrated abuse and criminality," Palmatier says. "As a society, we need to disabuse ourselves of the penurious notion that all women are victims and all men are aggressors. This is a simplistic lie with serious implications."

Elam echoes Palmatier's sentiments while insisting that activism for men's rights is not denigration of women.

"It's not dismissing women's issues to say, 'Wait a minute, no, we're going to talk about men right now,'" he says.

Elam is also frank when asked what he hopes to achieve with his activism.

"The end goal is admittedly ambiguous. From a social standpoint ... the whole idea is to try to restore some sort of sanity between men and women [so that] we can repair some of the widespread gulf that's created between the two in this culture."

YouTube activist Chapin is quick to describe that gulf.

"I'm a devil four times over," he says. "I'm white, I'm male, I'm a Christian and I'm a patriot."

What he wants, and what he hopes to achieve as a men's rights activist, is even more direct.

"Stop lying about me," he demands, "and stop lying about males in general."

Source:click here

A piece on MRA's and the MRM that wasn't a smear job looks like we've come a long way. You've come a long way,buddy. This shows that the activism is paying off. When we get our message out there to allies and neutrals we can accomplish a lot. Keep this article in mind the next time you send out email promoting the MRM yes we are making a difference. Also keep in mind that all of us helped get an article like this one written so give yourselves a pat on the back for that.

Be more cunning and less cunnilingus

Oral sex, HPV puts non-smoking men at highest risk for oral cancer: What are the facts?

HPV, otherwise known as the human papillomavirus, is a leading cause of cervical cancer for women but the nasty virus is now causing a spike in oral cancer and ravaging an entirely different group: men.

Cases of oral cancer resulting from exposure to the HPV-16 strain of the virus are hitting epidemic proportions in the U.S., doctors say.

Though the mention of oral cancer evokes images of gravely-voiced chain-smokers, the disease now has a new face: mostly white, male, non-smokers in their late 30s and early 40s.

The tumors forming on the back of their tongues and tonsils have nothing to do with nicotine - they are directly linked to engaging in oral sex with multiple female partners.

"If you've had more than five or six sexual partners, you are at a higher risk," Dr. Eric M. Genden, professor and chair of head and neck surgery at Mount Sinai Medical center told the Daily News. "We're only now beginning to see the beginning of a bell curve."

Women can get it from men as well although their chances are lower, according to doctors.

The human papillomavirus (HPV), a nasty bug with strains that causes genital warts and cervical cancer in women, is now the top cause of oral cancer in men, beating out smoking and drinking, according to reports from the New England Journal of Medicine and the Journal of Oncology as well as other research and treating institutions.

The number of smokers in the U.S. has steadily declined in the past 50 years, yet the rate of oral cancer has remained relatively steady and recently been on the increase.

The reason is an increase in HPV-16 in the U.S. population.

Oral cancer is frightening because it often goes undetected until a lump appears on the neck or a patient begins to suffer from a persistent hoarseness. By then, even though the patient may feel fine, he could be in the late stages of the deadly disease.

If detected early, the chance for surviving oral cancer from HPV is high, between 85 to 90%. Treatments - localized radiation, chemotherapy and sometimes surgery - are effective when used in the early stages. When surgery is part of the solution, the options can be conventional surgery or a new robotic surgical technique, which reduces scarring and side effects in some patients.

Brian Hill, a medical device manufacturer, was in his mid-forties when found a hard spot on his neck 14 years ago. He went to his ear, nose and throat doctor, who dismissed the bump as an infection and prescribed antibiotics.

But a biopsy later found the lump was cancerous.

Though he had never smoked a cigarette, Hill was told he had a low chance of survival as the node in his neck was positive for squamous cell carcinoma, the most common oral cancer.

Hill has since founded the Oral Cancer Foundation and spends his time working with patients, doctors and dentists, as well as campaigning in Washington to raise awareness about the danger of oral cancer and the links to HPV.

"Anyone old enough to have engaged in sexual behaviors known to transmit this virus needs to be screened annually for oral cancer," said Hill. "It's the only way to catch this disease at its early stages."

Hill believes many doctors and researchers are still in the dark about the ties between HPV-16 and oral cancer, despite the rise in diagnoses in the past decade.

"We don't know exactly if or how long HPV-16 may lay dormant, or why it strikes certain people and not others," he said. "What we don't know exceeds what we do know."

Nearly all sexually active Americans will come in contact with HPV, according to the Oral Cancer Foundation and the National Institutes of Health.

Young women are encouraged to get the HPV vaccine, but doctors say there is little point in vaccinating patients past the age of 26 since the likelihood of prior exposure to cancer-causing strains is so high.

Young people now are having a lot more oral sex with many more partners so exposure rates are higher.

HPV is the most common STD in the U.S. About 20 million Americans are currently infected with HPV. Another 6 million people become newly infected each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

HPV is passed through skin-to-skin contact, not fluids. Besides conventional sex, oral sex and even deep French kissing may spread the virus.

Doctors are sounding the alarm, but have stopped short of advising men to abstain.

"This is not a call to stop having oral sex," said Dr. Mark D. DeLacure, a head and neck surgeon at NYU's Langone Medical Center. "People have to continue living their lives, however we make the best choices when we know all the risks."

DeLacure said using condoms and dental dams during oral sex could reduce transmission, but acknowledges the idea is hardly appealing or practical.

"Limiting your sexual partners is a way to reduce your risk," said DeLacure. "But still, there are no guarantees."

Doctors also have this advice: Don't panic.

Patients with HPV - even the cancer-causing strain - may never develop cancer and may never transmit the virus to a partner.

The vast majority of individuals have immune systems that recognize the virus as a threat and easily defeat it.

Doctors instead recommend vigilance.

The important issue is persistence - meaning attention to how long an unusual symptom like a lump has lasted. When an abnormality persists for longer than 14 to 21 days, it's time to see an expert.
"If you've got a sore tonsil that is still a problem after a couple of weeks and particularly if it's localized to one side, I would say that's sign it's time to talk to a doctor," said DeLacure.

And talk to the person who sees your mouth the most: Your dentist.

Dentists, too, are becoming more aware of HPV and its role in the development of oral cancer.

A good dentist will know what to look for and where to look for it.

Source: click here

Here is a photo of what could happen to you if you get oral cancer:

This cancer has a low survival rate but if you do survive you may end up looking like this:

There used to be a time when eating pussy was safe but those days are long gone. Be careful down there.

Monday, October 10, 2011

Jobs Bill excludes men

Helping women reach their economic potential

By Valerie Jarrett and Tina Tchen, Published: September 25

The American Jobs Act, which President Obama sent to Congress two weeks ago, is vital for our country’s women. It would keep 280,000 teachers — most of them women — from losing their jobs due to budget cuts. It would put hundreds of thousands of unemployed women back to work. It would put more money in the pockets of almost 80 million working women, by cutting their payroll taxes next year. As the president has said, Congress has a responsibility to pass this bill.

However, even as we wait for Congress to act, the Obama administration is taking steps to create economic opportunities for women and girls.

On Monday, for example, the National Science Foundation (NSF) will announce new steps to make it easier for women to pursue careers in engineering and the sciences — fields that are critical to our nation’s economic growth.

Women working in science, technology, engineering and math careers earn 33 percent more than those in other occupations, and these “STEM” skills will become even more important in high-growth, high-tech fields such as health-care technology and advanced manufacturing.

As with women throughout the workforce, however, women in STEM jobs are often expected to establish themselves professionally at the same time they are starting families. This forces women to choose between their careers and their responsibilities at home. Understandably, many of our most promising young scientists and engineers drop out of the pipeline.

To support female innovators and help women contribute to the economy, the NSF is taking steps to allow researchers to balance their responsibilities in the lab with their responsibilities at home. For example, if a researcher needs to delay the start of a funded project for a family-related reason, such as taking care of a young child or an aging parent, the NSF will work with her to make that possible without causing her to lose her grant. If she needs to interrupt research to have a baby, there will be options to add the lost time onto the end of her funding period without penalty. In many cases, NSF will even pay for technicians who can keep labs and research projects running during a period of parental leave.

As an agency devoted to evidence-based decision making, NSF will also support research into the effectiveness of flexible workplace policies. This will ensure that the new programs are working and will help identify best practices to share with the public and private sectors.

For many women who dream of becoming scientists and researchers, these kinds of simple, common-sense changes will make a world of difference. And our entire economy can benefit, because if more women have the chance to pursue STEM careers, it will lead to more innovation, entrepreneurship and growth.

Monday’s NSF announcement also highlights the ways that flexible workplaces contribute to our economic competitiveness. There is a common misconception that workplace flexibility policies cost businesses money. In fact, the opposite is true. A study from the White House Council of Economic Advisers found that flexible workplaces often attract the best workers and experience reduced absenteeism, lower turnover and higher productivity. As President Obama has said, “Workplace flexibility isn’t just a women’s issue. It’s an issue that affects the well-being of our families and the success of our businesses.”

We also recognize that a lack of work-life balance prevents many workers from reaching their economic potential. Today, nearly two-thirds of American families with children are headed by two working parents or by a single parent. These parents cannot thrive in a job where they are unable to care for their children. At a time when working men and women across our nation face deep economic uncertainty, it is wrong to ask them to choose between their jobs and their families.

We understand that these policies are no substitute for congressional action on the economy. But we also know that government can make a difference — through direct action and by working with outside organizations. A broad coalition of groups has joined the Obama administration in addressing workplace flexibility for those in STEM fields, including the Association for Women in Science, the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities, and the Association of American Universities.

When President Obama addressed the U.N. General Assembly last week, he made a powerful economic argument on behalf of the world’s women. “No country can realize its potential,” he said, “if half its population cannot reach theirs.” As the president pursues a short-term recovery and long-term prosperity, he will continue to focus on empowering America’s women and girls, and giving every American a chance to contribute fully to our economy.

Valerie Jarrett, a senior adviser to President Obama, chairs the White House Council on Women and Girls. Tina Tchen is executive director of the council and chief of staff to the first lady.

Source:click here

The Obama/Biden administration sure know how to screw over men and this is proof. The Jobs Bill has to be defeated. Men were the hardest hit by the recession/depression and this bill will fuck them over some more. Since this is the case kill the jobs bill now. If we are excluded then why should we fund it? Just say no to the jobs bill and tell your Congressperson and Senators know you hate this bill. Tell them today with no delay.

Saturday, October 8, 2011

From Demand Progress

I received the following from Demand Progress. I'll let them take it from here:

We're off to the races.

As they try to protect their profits by censoring the Internet, Disney, Warner Bros, and the gang have launched a front group called "Creative America." They just announced that 10,000 people have signed up over the last three months.

Will you help us prove that most Americans stand with us -- and against censorship -- by helping us identify 10,000 new censorship opponents in the next 24 hours?

Thousands have already signed, but our deadline is fast approaching: The Entertainment Industry is touting its 10,000 pro-Internet censorship signatures.

Will you ask your friends to stand against censorship with us? We're trying to beat their 10,000 signatures in 24 hours.

They may be refering to this: click here

If you haven't filled out this petition then please do. The freedoms that you're trying to preserve are your own so act today.

Congressional briefings on domestic violance

I received the following from Save Services. I'll let them take it from here:

A Congressional Briefing on the Effects of Domestic Violence on Children has been scheduled for this coming Wednesday, Oct. 12 in Washington DC. The event is hosted by Makers of Memories and the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV).

As you can see to the side, the image they chose to promote the briefing shows a man, presumably a father, yelling at a small girl who is cowering in the corner. And no surprise, the websites of Makers of Memories and the NCADV are brimming with gender-biased information.

SAVE supports evidence-based efforts to address young victims of family violence. These are the facts that need to be highlighted:

1. Women are at least as likely as men to engage in intimate partner violence. One national survey found mothers are twice as likely as fathers to engage in severe marital violence. [i]

2. Most child abuse is committed by mothers. According to the DHHS, "approximately one-half (53.8%) of child abuse and neglect perpetrators were women and more than 40 percent (44.4%) were men." [ii]

3. Partner-abusing mothers are equally likely to abuse their children as partner-abusing fathers. [iii]

Unfortunately, the Makers of Memories website is filled with ugly, misleading statements, including this inflammatory claim: "Each night 1 million children go to bed to the sounds of their mother being beaten." The NCADV website is also biased, making the nonsense claim that "There is not a typical woman who will be battered - the risk factor is being born female."

When groups put that kind of stuff on their websites, you know that any Briefing they host is likely to cherry-pick the research and stereotype males as abusers.

Today we'd like you to contact Rep. Gwen Moore of Wisconsin. Tell her the Briefing hosts have a track record of providing inaccurate and unbalanced information, and she needs to cancel the briefing until she identifies legitimate experts to testify. Here's the contact information:

•Email Rep. Moore's staffer: steffany.stern@mail.
•Telephone: 202-225-4572

Children who experience domestic violence need programs based on accurate and truthful statistics, not gender-biased trash-talk. Please contact Rep. Moore today.



Teri Stoddard, Program Director

Stop Abusive and Violent Environments

Looks like it's time to send email again but that is no problem because we can send email effortlessly to advance the MRM and by all means let's do so so send in those emails today. The more of us that they hear from the better so write those emails today and send them in right away.

Change in prostate cancer detection procedures

PSA testing is at risk.
The United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) has prepared a draft recommendation against prostate-specific antigen (PSA)-based screening for prostate cancer. While not binding, primary care doctors usually follow USPTF guideline. Insurance companies have already begun discussions about ceasing psa test coverage.
The psa test has limitations, as well as benefits. This is no doubt that we need a better test, and we need treatments that don't put men at risk for impotence and incontinence. But, psa testing is what we have, today, in 2011and, likely, all that we will have for next few years.
I have been quoted in the N Y Times and other outlets about this. And, Malecare will be collaborating with our brother prostate cancer organizations to create an appropriate response from our community. But, we need to know what you think!
Please tell us how PSA testing affected your life. Go to and post a few sentences or paragraphs. You can post your thoughts with your name or anonymously. Without your voice, we are nothing.
Darryl Mitteldorf, LCSW
Executive Director
Men fighting cancer, together.

If you've been an unfortunate victim of prostate cancer then tell your story,who knows you may save another man's life. I don't know why they're playing games with our health but it needs to stop and it needs to stop now. If it takes sending emails then we can do that too.

Hank Williams Jr. fired yet the Talk continues on

Why are you so fucked up,America? Why does a country that supposedly values "equality" deny equality to men? Want an example? Fine. Recently Hank Williams Jr. was fired from hosting Monday night football by the ESPN brass. Why was he fired? He compared Obama to Hitler and called Obama and Biden the "three stooges" (even though he named only two people,as FOX has pointed out). Or maybe he didn't name the 3rd stooge. Could it be Boehner? Hank didn't sugar coat anything,he said it the way it needed to be said and that was very refreshing. He also said that things are more polarized in this country than ever before. No argument on that one,brother.

Now let's contrast that with what the Talk and the misandry that occurred on that show when they made fun of Katherine Kieu Becker's victim. The biggest instigator in all of this was Sharon Osbourne,who's only contribution to society was to spit out Ozzy's talentless offspring. Crack whores have made equal contributions to society as Sharon Osbourne has. If you've clicked on the above links you will find that worthless show is still on the air. Why? A man makes a political comment,which the first amendment is supposed to protect,and he's fired meanwhile some stupid whore who makes comments that come straight from the femreich,seeping with hatred,are allowed while political speech is censored. Why,America,why?

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Feminist quotes 2

Here they are:feminist quotes 2. Enjoy:

"The nuclear family must be destroyed... Whatever its ultimate meaning, the break-up of families now is an objectively revolutionary process." -- Linda Gordon

"I feel that 'man-hating' is an honorable and viable political act, that the oppressed have a right to class-hatred against the class that is oppressing them." -- Robin Morgan, Ms. Magazine Editor.

"I haven't the faintest notion what possible revolutionary role white hetero- sexual men could fulfill, since they are the very embodiment of reactionary- vested-interest-power. But then, I have great difficulty examining what men in general could possibly do about all this. In addition to doing the shitwork that women have been doing for generations, possibly not exist? No, I really don't mean that. Yes, I really do." -- Robin Morgan

"We can't destroy the inequities between men and women until we destroy marriage." -- Robin Morgan

"I claim that rape exists any time sexual intercourse occurs when it has not been initiated by the woman, out of her own genuine affection and desire."
-- Robin Morgan

From her "The Demon Lover" (NY: Norton & Co., 1989 Morgan doesn't hide her bigotry):

* p. 138-9: The phallic malady is epidemic and systemic... each individual male in the patriarchy is aware of his relative power in the scheme of things.... He knows that his actions are supported by the twin pillars of the State of man - the brotherhood ritual of political exigency and the brotherhood ritual of a sexual thrill in dominance. As a devotee of Thanatos, he is one with the practitioner of sado-masochistic "play" between "consenting adults," as he is one with the rapist.
* p. 224: My white skin disgusts me. My passport disgusts me. They are the marks of an insufferable privilege bought at the price of others' agony.
* p. 229: Sex to this point in my life has been trivial, at best a gesture of tenderness, at worst a chore. I couldn't understand the furor about it.
* p. 316: Did she die of the disease called "family" or the disease called "rehabilitation", of poverty or drugs or pornography, of economics or sexual slavery or a broken body?

"And let's put one lie to rest for all time: the lie that men are oppressed, too, by sexism--the lie that there can be such a thing as 'men's liberation groups.' Oppression is something that one group of people commits against another group, specifically because of a 'threatening' characteristic shared by the latter group--skin, color, sex or age, etc. The oppressors are indeed ****ED UP by being masters, but those masters are not OPPRESSED. Any master has the alternative of divesting himself of sexism or racism--the oppressed have no alternative--for they have no power but to fight. In the long run, Women's Liberation will of course free men--but in the short run it's going to cost men a lot of privilege, which no one gives up willingly or easily. Sexism is NOT the fault of women--kill your fathers, not your mothers".
-- Robin Morgan

"To call a man an animal is to flatter him; he's a machine, a walking dildo."
-- Valerie Solanas, Authoress of the SCUM Manifesto

"Life in this society being, at best, an utter bore and no aspect of society being at all relevant to women, there remains to civic-minded, responsible, thrill-seeking females only to overthrow the government, eliminate the money system, institute complete automation, and destroy the male sex."
-- Valerie Solana, SCUM founder (Society for Cutting Up Men.)

"The male is a domestic animal which, if treated with firmness...can be trained to do most things."
-- Jilly Cooper, SCUM (Society For Cutting Up Men, started by Valerie Solanas)

"Since marriage constitutes slavery for women, it is clear that the women's movement must concentrate on attacking this institution. Freedom for women cannot be won without the abolition of marriage." -- Sheila Cronin, the leader of the feminist organization NOW

"I want to see a man beaten to a bloody pulp with a high-heel shoved in his mouth, like an apple in the mouth of a pig." -- Andrea Dworkin

"Marriage as an institution developed from rape as a practice." -- Andrea Dworkin

"Heterosexual intercourse is the pure, formalized expression of contempt for women's bodies." -- Andrea Dworkin

"In my own life, I don't have intercourse. That is my choice." -- Andrea Dworkin

Under patriarchy, every woman's son is her potential betrayer and also the inevitable rapist or exploiter of another woman." -- Andrea Dworkin

"To be rapeable, a position that is social, not biological, defines what a woman is." -- Andrea Dworkin

"Q: People think you are very hostile to men.
A: I am." -- Andrea Dworkin

"Men use the night to erase us." -- Andrea Dworkin

"The annihilation of a woman's personality, individuality, will, character, is prerequisite to male sexuality." -- Andrea Dworkin

"Men love death. In everything they make, they hollow out a central place for death, let its rancid smell contaminate every dimension of whatever still survives. Men especially love murder. In art they celebrate it, and in life they commit it. They embrace murder as if life without it would be devoid of passion, meaning, and action, as if murder were solace, stilling their sobs as they mourn the emptiness and alienation of their lives."
-- Andrea Dworkin

"Men are rapists, batterers, plunderers, killers; these same men are religious prophets, poets, heroes, figures of romance, adventure, accomplishment, figures ennobled by tragedy and defeat. Men have claimed the earth, called it 'Her'. Men ruin Her. Men have airplanes, guns, bombs, poisonous gases, weapons so perverse and deadly that they defy any authentically human imagination."
-- Andrea Dworkin, Pornography: Men Possessing Women

"On the Left, on the Right, in the Middle; Authors, statesmen, thieves; so-called humanists and self-declared fascists; the adventurous and the contemplative, in every realm of male expression and action, violence is experienced and articulated as love and freedom."
-- Andrea Dworkin, Pornography: Men Possessing Women.

"The institution of sexual intercourse is anti-feminist" -- Ti-Grace Atkinson

"Feminism is the theory, lesbianism is the practice." -- Ti-Grace Atkinson

"Rape is nothing more or less than a conscious process of intimidation by which all men keep all women in a state of fear" -- Susan Brownmiller; Authoress of Against Our Will p.6

"When a woman reaches orgasm with a man she is only collaborating with the patriarchal system, eroticizing her own oppression." -- Sheila Jeffrys

"Politically, I call it rape whenever a woman has sex and feels violated." -- Catherine MacKinnon

"All sex, even consensual sex between a married couple, is an act of violence perpetrated against a woman." -- Catherine MacKinnon

"You grow up with your father holding you down and covering your mouth so another man can make a horrible searing pain between your legs."
-- Catherine MacKinnon (Prominent legal feminist scholar; University of Michigan, & Yale.)

"In a patriarchal society, all heterosexual intercourse is rape because women, as a group, are not strong enough to give meaningful consent."
-- Catharine MacKinnon, quoted in Professing Feminism: Cautionary Tales from the Strange World of Women's Studies.

"The more famous and powerful I get the more power I have to hurt men." -- Sharon Stone; Actress

"Ninety-five percent of women's experiences are about being a victim. Or about being an underdog, or having to survive... women didn't go to Vietnam and blow things up. They are not Rambo."
-- Jodie Foster; Actress - as quoted in The New York Times Magazine.

"The proportion of men must be reduced to and maintained at approximately 10% of the human race." -- Sally Miller Gearhart, in The Future - If There Is One - Is Female.

"And if the professional rapist is to be separated from the average dominant heterosexual (male), it may be mainly a quantitative difference."
-- Susan Griffin, Rape: The All-American Crime.

"If life is to survive on this planet, there must be a decontamination of the Earth. I think this will be accompanied by an evolutionary process that will result in a drastic reduction of the population of males." --Mary Daly, former Professor at Boston College, 2001.

"If anyone is prosecuted for filing a false report, then victims of real attacks will be less likely to report them." - David Angier

"Men who are unjustly accused of rape can sometimes gain from the experience." - Catherine Comins

"As long as some men use physical force to subjugate females, all men need not. The knowledge that some men do suffices to threaten all women. He can beat or kill the woman he claims to love; he can rape women...he can sexually molest his daughters... THE VAST MAJORITY OF MEN IN THE WORLD DO ONE OR MORE OF THE ABOVE."
-- Marilyn French (her emphasis)

My feelings about men are the result of my experience. I have little sympathy for them. Like a Jew just released from Dachau, I watch the handsome young Nazi soldier fall writhing to the ground with a bullet in his stomach and I look briefly and walk on. I don't even need to shrug. I simply don't care. What he was, as a person, I mean, what his shames and yearnings were, simply don't matter."
-- Marilyn French; The Woman's Room.

"All patriarchists exalt the home and family as sacred, demanding it remain inviolate from prying eyes. Men want privacy for their violations of women... All women learn in childhood that women as a sex are men's prey."
-- Marilyn French

"All men are rapists and that's all they are"
-- Marilyn French, Authoress; (later, advisoress to Al Gore's Presidential Campaign.)

"The media treat male assaults on women like rape, beating, and murder of wives and female lovers, or male incest with children, as individual aberrations...obscuring the fact that all male violence toward women is part of a concerted campaign."
-- Marilyn French

"I believe that women have a capacity for understanding and compassion which man structurally does not have, does not have it because he cannot have it. He's just incapable of it."
-- Barbara Jordan; Former Congresswoman.

"Probably the only place where a man can feel really secure is in a maximum security prison, except for the imminent threat of release."
-- Germaine Greer.

"Man-hating is everywhere, but everywhere it is twisted and transformed, disguised, tranquilized, and qualified. It coexists, never peacefully, with the love, desire, respect, and need women also feel for men. Always man-hating is shadowed by its milder, more diplomatic and doubtful twin, ambivalence."
-- Judith Levine; Authoress

"Men's sexuality is mean and violent, and men so powerful that they can 'reach WITHIN women to ****/construct us from the inside out.' Satan-like, men possess women, making their wicked fantasies and desires women's own. A woman who has sex with a man, therefore, does so against her will, 'even if she does not feel forced.'
-- Judith Levine, (explicating comment profiling prevailing misandry.)

"I feel what they feel: man-hating, that volatile admixture of pity, contempt, disgust, envy, alienation, fear, and rage at men. It is hatred not only for the anonymous man who makes sucking noises on the street, not only for the rapist or the judge who acquits him, but for what the Greeks called philo-aphilos, 'hate in love,' for the men women share their lives with--husbands, lovers, friends, fathers, brothers, sons, coworkers."
-- Judith Levine, Authoress of My Enemy, My love

"There are no boundaries between affectionate sex and slavery in (the male) world. Distinctions between pleasure and danger are academic; the dirty-laundrylist of 'sex acts'...includes rape, foot binding, fellatio, intercourse, auto eroticism, incest, anal intercourse, use and production of pornography, cunnilingus, sexual harassment, and murder."
-- Judith Levine; summarizing comment on the WAS document, (A southern Women's Writing Collective: Women Against Sex.)

"All men are good for is ****ing, and running over with a truck".
Statement made by A University of Maine Feminist Administrator, quoted by Richard Dinsmore, who brought a successful civil suit against the University in the amount of $600,000. Richard had protested the quote; was dismissed thereafter on the grounds of harassment; and responded by bringing suit against the University. 1995 settlement.

((Delaney Nickerson, of the American Coalition for ABUSE AWARENESS, refers to the False Memory Syndrome Foundation as "The ****ing Molesters Society". (Miami Herald, April 3, 1995) The ACAA is a lobbying group, which includes Ellen Bass (co-author of THE COURAGE TO HEAL), and Rene Frederickson, leading feminist psychotherapist and strong proponent of repressed memory theory.))

((At the STONE ANGELS satanic ritual abuse conference in Thunder Bay in February, 1995, the following was contained in the handouts at a conference supported financially by the Ontario Government: FMS stands for: FULL OF MOSTLY SHIT; FOR MORE SADISM; FELONS, MURDERERS, SCUMBALLS; FREQUENT MOLESTERS SOCIETY.))

"Women have their faults / men have only two: / everything they say / everything they do."
-- Popular Feminist Graffiti

"I was, in reality, bred by my parents as my father's concubine... What we take for granted as the stability of family life may well depend on the sexual slavery of our children. What's more, this is a cynical arrangement our institutions have colluded to conceal.".
-- Sylvia Fraser; Journalist

"We are taught, encouraged, moulded by and lulled into accepting a range of false notions about the family. As a source of some of our most profound experiences, it continues to be such an integral part of our emotional lives that it appears beyond criticism. Yet hiding from the truth of family life leaves women and children vulnerable."
-- Canadian Panel on Violence Against Women.

Catharine MacKinnon ( ) maintains that "the private is a sphere of battery, marital rape and women's exploited labor." In this way, privacy and family are reduced to nothing more than aspects of the master plan, which is male domination. Democratic freedoms and the need to keep the state's nose out of our personal affairs are rendered meaningless. The real reason our society cherishes privacy is because men have invented it as an excuse to conceal their criminality. If people still insist that the traditional family is about love and mutual aid--ideals which, admittedly, are sometimes betrayed--they're "hiding from the truth." The family isn't a place where battery and marital rape sometimes happen but where little else apparently does. Sick men don't simply molest their daughters, they operate in league with their wives to "breed" them for that purpose.
-- Donna Laframboise; The Princess at the Window; (in a critical explication of the Catharine MacKinnon, Gloria Steinhem et al tenets of misandric belief.)

"If the classroom situation is very heteropatriarchal--a large beginning class of 50 to 60 students, say, with few feminist students--I am likely to define my task as largely one of recruitment...of persuading students that women are oppressed"
-- Professor Joyce Trebilcot of Washington University, as quoted in Who Stole Feminism: How Women Have Betrayed Women.

"Men, as a group, tend to be abusive, either verbally, sexually or emotionally. There are always the exceptions, but they are few and far between (I am married to one of them). There are different levels of violence and abuse and individual men buy into this system by varying degrees. But the male power structure always remains intact."
Message on FEMISA, responding to a request for arguments that men are unnecessary for a child to grow into mature adulthood.

Another posting on FEMISA: "Considering the nature and pervasiveness of men's violence, I would say that without question, children are better off being raised without the presence of men. Assaults on women and children are mostly perpetrated by men whom they are supposed to love and trust: fathers, brothers, uncles, grandfathers, step-fathers."
Both quotes taken from Daphne Patai's excellent critical work, Heterophobia

"At Brandies I discovered Feminism. And I instantly became a convert... writing brilliant papers in my Myths of Patriarchy class, in which I likened my fate as a woman to other victims throughout the ages."
-- Heather Hart 7

Here are 10 reasons why we are concerned about feminism and the National Organization for Women.

1. "The simple fact is that every woman must be willing to be identified as a lesbian to be fully feminist" (National NOW Times, January, 1988).

2. "Since marriage constitutes slavery for women, it is clear that the women's movement must concentrate on attacking this institution. Freedom for women cannot be won without the abolition of marriage" (feminist leader Sheila Cronan).

3. In response to a question concerning China's policy of compulsory abortion after the first child, Molly Yard responded, "I consider the Chinese government's policy among the most intelligent in the world" (Gary Bauer, "Abetting Coercion in China," The Washington Times, Oct. 10, 1989).

4. "Overthrowing capitalism is too small for us. We must overthrow the whole...patriarch!" (Gloria Steinem, radical feminist leader, editor of MS magazine).

5. "Marriage has existed for the benefit of men; and has been a legally sanctioned method of control over women.... We must work to destroy it. The end of the institution of marriage is a necessary condition for the liberation of women. Therefore it is important for us to encourage women to leave their husbands and not to live individually with men.... All of history must be re-written in terms of oppression of women. We must go back to ancient female religions like witchcraft" (from "The Declaration of Feminism," November, 1971).

6. "By the year 2000 we will, I hope, raise our children to believe in human potential, not God." (Gloria Steinem, editor of MS magazine).

7. "Let's forget about the mythical Jesus and look for encouragement, solace, and inspiration from real women.... Two thousand years of patriarchal rule under the shadow of the cross ought to be enough to turn women toward the feminist 'salvation' of this world." (Annie Laurie Gaylor, "Feminist Salvation," The Humanist, p. 37, July/August 1988.

8. "In order to raise children with equality, we must take them away from families and communally raise them" (Dr. Mary Jo Bane, feminist and assistant professor of education at Wellesley College, and associate director of the school's Center for Research on Woman).

9. "Being a housewife is an illegitimate profession... The choice to serve and be protected and plan towards being a family- maker is a choice that shouldn't be. The heart of radical feminism is to change that." (Vivian Gornick, feminist author, University of Illinois, The Daily Illini, April 25, 1981.

10. "The most merciful thing a large family can to do one of its infant members is to kill it." (Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood, in "Women and the New Race," p. 67).

"We are, as a sex, infinitely superior to men." -- Elizabeth Cady Stanton

From 'A feminist Dictionary; ed. Kramarae and Triechler, Pandora Press, 1985:

MALE:...represents a variant of or deviation from the category of female. The first males were mutants...the male sex represents a degeneration and deformity of the female. obsolete life form... an ordinary creature who needs to be watched...a contradictory baby-man...

TESTOSTERONE POISONING: ... 'Until now it has been though that the level of testosterone in men is normal simply because they have it. But if you consider how abnormal their behavior is, then you are led to the hypothesis that almost all men are suffering from "testosterone poisoning."

Letter to editor: "Women's Turn to Dominate". "......Clearly you are not yet a free-thinking feminist but rather one of those women who bounce off the male-dominated, male-controlled social structures. Who cares how men feel or what they do or whether they suffer? They have had over 2000 years to dominate and made a complete hash of it. Now it is our turn. My only comment to men is: if you don't like it, bad luck--and if you get in my way I'll run you down."
Signed: Liberated Women, Boronia Herald-Sun, Melbourne, Australia. 9 Feb., 1996.

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Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Stop the FCC from censoring the net

Kay Bailey Hutchison

I received the following from Demand Progress that there is a bill that will allow the government to censor the internet through the FCC. The bill passed the House and is now in the Senate. It is sponsored by Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX). Here is what Demand Progress had to say:

Net Neutrality is under attack: Big Telecom is ramming a resolution through the Senate to undermine existing Net Neutrality regulations and ban the FCC from enacting protections in the future.

Will you urge your Senators to stand strong? Just fill out the form at right.

As The Hill newspaper notes, "Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) said she will push for a Senate vote on a resolution of disapproval to negate the regulations this fall. A similar vote passed the House earlier this year but stalled in the Senate."

Just fill out the form at right to email your Senators.

To fill out the petition click here. This is a bullshit move by Congress and we need to call them on it. We don't want the net to be censored. Censorship is a violation of the 1st Amemdment and we need to tell Congress we won't stand for it. If you agree with that then sign the petition right away.