John Davis responds to Louise Perry’s opinion in Quillette claiming men, and MRAs, are using the gender suicide gap as a means of scoring political points against feminists, and that men are at fault for the gender suicide gap.
On Wednesday of last week, Ben Radford, a well-respected and well-published member of what is broadly known as “the skeptic community,” published a website dedicated to answering accusations of gross sexual harassment made by Karen Stollznow, another prominent member of that community. Bob O’Hara has a report.
Laura Bates, creator of The Everyday Sexism Project, is one of the biggest whiners on the planet. Her effort would be better titled The Everyday Whining Project. Mike Buchanan has set up an alternative, and invites you to participate.
Cathy Young thinks there should be no men’s human rights movement, and says MHRAs are all too angry about the oppression of men. The women at AVFM strongly disagree.
We are the ones putting an end to oppressive gender roles. So I suggest that is what we let them know, and that we point out to them exactly why they are nothing more than a continuation of the old paradigm, enforced with shame and bullets.
A society like the one in this universe would seem primitive and racist, some would say savage, compared to home from the point of view of most people. Remember though, that all we changed were two terms.
Or as stated early in this article: man-hating is feminism’s moral center of gravity; without man-hating or at least some degree of disaffection with males, feminism could not logically continue to exist.
Modern feminism, in keeping with modern feminist tradition, has expanded modern feminist sexual harassment law to include just about anything that a modern feminist doesn’t like, or that she claims years later not to have liked, and left out entirely what any man out there may not like. In short, with sexual harassment law, it is men who are screwed, not women.
The first half of this two-part article will focus on comedic, misandric, cinematic garbage.
To raise children sexlessly is to separate them from their sex needlessly and pointlessly.