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  1. You can not have it both ways: some girls like it like that though.

    by , 8th-March-2012 at 07:42 PM (Misandry and Fathers)
    If you butter your bread on both sides your hands get messy. You can not eat your cake today and have the same cake tomorrow: you can not have it both ways. Equal or special, you can not have it both ways. Pink for this and pink for that but we want everyone to be equal: you can not have it both ways. Build a family or fuck around: you can not have it both ways. Tell the truth or spread an appearance you can not have it both ways. Girls want to run around professing their pride in being a slut, yet complain when others use their own words: you can not have it both ways. It is time for us all to grow up, attain some maturity. You can not promote Fatherhood by attacking DADS. You can not promote children by excluding Fathers: you can not have it both ways.
    From the OED
    n. a slovenly or promiscuous woman
    1 having or characterized by many transient sexual relationships: she’s a wild, promiscuous, good time girl I promiscuous behavior
    2 demonstrating or implying an unselective approach; indiscriminate or casual
  2. Feminism not your mother’s equality.

    by , 30th-April-2011 at 02:15 PM (Misandry and Fathers)
    Feminism is feminism, at first glance it seems like it is simply a matter of both sexes having the same chance.
    Men and women usually agree on some form of equality.
    Feminism and misandry are not what they seem; it involves the destruction of family, focus solely on the individual (meopia), economic redistribution and supervision (of our children, our beds, and our income) of the individual by our governments. Feminism is wrapped around sexual deviance: procreation that mechanism by which we start a new generation, feminists seek to subvert.
    At AM, bibliographic citations, which may be rather bland to read have been entered so that we can find the resources for new information on being a father, being a man, where feminism and misandry came from and such things. Some AM mainstays are building sections on cooking or fixing your door, tuning your engine and so much more.
    We have got to get to the roots of the weeds. Let us say in 1930, it was a common complaint, by men, that their spouse had a headache again, let me translate this into a simple expression the poor guy was not going to get laid. 1930, 1950, ’60, ’70..2011 having sex, depending on what the women decided may be the highest form of Power and Control. I didn’t get my new shoes “I have a headache”, I want to go to the Pub tonight and if you don’t take me I fear a headache. You didn’t take out the garbage, I don’t feel like doing the dishes why don’t you do them lest I have a headache. Power and Control is not what we have come to imagine it.
    Feminists (not all women but feminists) have launched their attack strongly against DADs using the children as pawns. Divorced from their DADS children have been easiest to inculcate with a new philosophy. The result of the new philosophy, single mother homes, has its own set of problems which exposes the fallacies of this new social experiment. Children grow obese, don’t study as well, and are less happy without dear old DAD.
    So many ...
  3. Androgyny in the news

    by , 24th-March-2010 at 11:22 PM (Misandry and Fathers)
    My Parents’ failed experiment in Gender Neutrality

    Courtesy Jesse Ellison
    The author, in her overalls, with her cousins in Maine
    My Name Is Jesse

    But I am not a boy. Inside my parents' failed experiment with gender neutrality.
    By Jesse Ellison | Newsweek Web Exclusive
    Mar 23, 2010
    When I was 2 years old, my father started building a big house behind our tiny starter house. For days leading up to the arrival of the giant trucks and backhoes coming to dig out the foundation, my mother tried to get me excited. "Don't you want to watch the big trucks?!" she'd tease. When they finally arrived, the neighborhood boys parked themselves on our property, transfixed. I glanced out the window and immediately turned back to my toys, ignoring the commotion. As my mother recalls, "It was really a wake-up for me."
    This now-infamous family anecdote wasn't the first time my parents tried to shake off gender stereotypes. As a toddler, they dressed me in overalls and cut my hair in an androgynous bowl cut. I didn't have Barbies; I had wooden blocks. Even my first name is evidence of their experiment in gender neutrality. You can't imagine how many times I've had to explain, "No, not Jessica, just Jesse. Like a boy."
    In 1978, the year I was born, feminists like my mother were embracing the notion that gender roles were entirely rooted in the way that you were raised. In the 1970s, the feminist fringe was giving up bras, shaving, and diets; they were lighting their own cigarettes and opening their own doors. It was the "new feminism," and where the first movement was concerned with legal equality, like the right to vote, these women were focused on de facto equality: asserting that it was nurture, not nature, that made women and men different. To bust out of gender oppression also meant to assert that there was absolutely nothing ...
  4. MRAs please participate: graduate student parenting plan survey request

    by , 2nd-September-2009 at 01:40 AM (Misandry and Fathers)
    Dear Potential Participant,

    My name is Kristen S. White and I am a fourth year student at the
    Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology. As part of a research
    study I am conducting, I am looking for participants to complete an online
    survey. To be eligible to participate, you must be at least 25 years old,
    separated or divorced from your child(ren)'s other parent, divorced no more
    than once, and your child(ren) were under age eighteen at the time of you

    All information that you share will be kept confidential and private. The
    survey is available online and will take approximately 15 minutes to
    complete. If you meet the participation criteria and are interested, please
    click on the link below:

    http://www.surveymo s.aspx?sm= fEW6OSj18Zl0aWwm PFRzXA_3d_ 3d

    The intended benefit of this study is to better understand how divorced
    parents might use their parenting plans as an effective tool to assist them
    in coparenting after their family reconfigures into two families. While
    there are no obvious anticipated risks to participation in this study, it is
    foreseeable that some respondents may experience unexpected feelings or
    distress as a result of responding to the questionnaire. Should you choose
    to respond to the survey and experience distress, please contact me at
    kristen_white@ and I will assist you in finding a local facility or
    clinician to help you manage your reaction to this study.

    Thank you for your participation and help in my research.

    Please contact me at kristen_white@ with any questions.


    Kristen S. White
    Doctoral Student
    Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
  5. Misandric advertising here at AM, MRAs take note!

    by , 10th-May-2009 at 07:24 PM (Misandry and Fathers)
    MRAs beware
    Men Against Sexism – NOMAS, conference to end sexual assault, Portland Oregon State University, Oct. 28 – 30, 2009, as described in the Google Banner Leads above and below, here at AM. NOMAS: Pro-feminist, gay-affirmative, anti-racist, enhancing men’s lives (NOMAS | Pro-feminist, gay affirmative, anti-racist, enhancing men's lives.).
  6. Boyz Crisis

    by , 23rd-November-2008 at 08:08 PM (Misandry and Fathers)
    My apologies, but I will brief on this, at this time. Takes a bit of time to work up an empirical piece, this shall have to do for now.
    I would hope AM'ers and the general public has read about, or is minimally aware of the "Boyz Crisis".
    Try investigating "Boyz Crisis" through a search engine, some of the original research is listed, so to is a plethora of Op-Ed pieces by American University Women, feminist bloggers, Salon et al.
    I understand it is tiring…as is written elsewhere here, “be the change you seek…”
    Feckless had a bit of run at this subject:
    dyslexic banana hints at it:
    ChristianJ squarely addresses one of the many tendrils here:
    Alleged imbalance to press for female advantage, minimizing a boys energy level, loss of male role models, failure to have a safe and secure environment where boys can celebrate their own sense of self and have dreams of their own without feeling shamed because they are male, differences in learning styles. And now every manner of feminist diatribician spewing hate epithets seeking to engross female advantage.
  7. unthought of origin of mad DADS

    by , 13th-November-2008 at 04:52 AM (Misandry and Fathers)
    Origins of a Mad Dad and injustice

    Mad Dad, usually a misandric term used within feminine diatribe, has greater and as of yet unexplored origin, and within this definition we find the freedom to exonerate Fathers. The following is offered for reflection with no commentary. Written by Plato, statements attributed (by Plato) to Adeimantus and Glaucon (citation follows below). Thanks given, by Bob van Ee, to friends at Slate and Fray for the very timely reminder.

    Adeimantus talking with Glaucon about Justice

    [Adeimantus] Do you want our conviction that right action is in all circumstances better than wrong to be genuine or merely apparent?
    [Glaucon]…And now for my first heading, the nature and origin of justice. What they say is that it is according to nature a good thing to inflict wrong or injury, and a bad thing to suffer it, but that the disadvantages of suffering exceed the advantages of inflicting it; after a taste of both, therefore, men decide that, as can’t evade the one and achieve the other, it will pay to make a compact with each other by which they forgo both. They accordingly proceed to make laws and mutual agreements, and what the law lays down they call lawful and right. This is the origin and nature of justice. It lies between what is most desirable, to do wrong and avoid punishment, and what is most undesirable, to suffer wrong without being able to get redress; justice lies between these two and is accepted not as being good in itself, but as having a relative value due to our inability to do wrong. For anyone who had the power to do wrong and was a real man would never make any such agreement with anyone – he would be mad if he did.

    (Plato, trans. 1955)
    (Desmond Lee)
    Lee, D. (reprinted and revised 1987)103-104 Plato the Republic Penguin Books Ltd, London, England [ISBN 0-14-044048-8]

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