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  1. Promoting "gender equality"

    by , 3 Weeks Ago at 05:53 PM
    I noticed a poster advertising an information event about a new package of EU funds available for use in Ireland. People could apply for grants from this budget to fund projects that would create jobs or training initiatives, and help provide housing for the homeless. Finally, I thought, at least something is being done to help those people that need it most. I went to the event already wondering if I would be able to re-think my opinion of those stuffy mandarins in Brussels. Maybe I shouldn’t have been so cynical.

    There was a large banner over the entrance. “The European Social Fund” it read. “Promoting Gender Equality in Ireland.”……… Ah!

    The cavernous hall was dotted with little stalls, staffed, mostly by women who worked for various pointless government agencies. Pride of place was given predictably enough, to the National Women’s Council of Ireland whose success in its long history of promoting “gender equality” was evident by the fact that of the hundreds of people in the hall, there were only a handful of men.

    Having initiated conversations with some of the people (personing) these stands, it soon became apparent that most of them were the usual brainwashed box-tickers who had undoubtedly gotten their jobs through affirmative action initiatives, and that none of them would have lasted 24 hours in a job where they were actually expected to do anything.

    I walked over to the Women’s Aid stall, festooned with pictures of brutish men and bruised, frightened women and children. “Home is where Fear Lives,” was the cheerful message.

    It was quite obvious why there were no men at the event. Hidden in one corner behind the European Woman’s Fund, was a little stand staffed by one lost looking elderly woman from Threshold; the one organisation represented, that actually does try to help people, without checking first to make sure that they don’t have penises.

    A woman from the Irish Council
  2. From my cold dead wallet

    by , 21st-February-2014 at 08:32 AM (Legal Research Facts: The Child Support Enforcement Treadmill.) - Legal Research Facts: The Child Support Enforcement Treadmill. - Blogs

    My first chance to add the up and coming legal proceeding:


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    Updated 21st-February-2014 at 08:42 AM by eagle2feather

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  3. The Mask You Live In

    by , 3rd-February-2014 at 02:58 PM
    Has anyone watched "The Mask You Live In" trailer by The Representation Project? As I watched the trailer I have to say that I was kinda moved, because they presented their message in such an "empowering" way. I wanted to know some of your opinions on the trailer, since The Representation Project had also been known for their 2011 documentary film, Miss Representation which had many Feminist leanings. I'll leave a link down below.
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  4. On White Sprinters & Female CEO's - MWM

    by , 15th-January-2014 at 03:40 AM (Official AM Blog)

    If we need more women chief executives, do we also need more white sprinters in the Olympic 100m?

    The clamour is deafening and relentless for more women in everything, but in all the furore led by women's groups, does bigotry rear its ugly head? This film assesses the merit of quotas for women executives by looking at the prison population, black Olympic sprinters and the human brain.

    Steve Moxon, author of 'The Woman Racket'.
    Mike Buchanan, author and UK party leader of 'Justice for men and boys (and the women who love them)' --
    Oliver Curry, Evolutionary psychologist, London School of Economics.
    Erin Pizzey, author and Domestic Violence expert.

    Photo credits:
    "Usain Bolt winning the 100m final 2008 Olympics" by PhotoBobil is licensed under CC BY 2.0

    "Start of men's 100m" By Darren Wilkinson from Chester-le-Street, England is licensed under CC BY 2.0

  5. I'm Offended!!!

    by , 12th-January-2014 at 10:37 PM
    I was arguing with a feminist where I work. It is an unfortunate habit of mine. Anyway, I shot down her assertion that women have traditionally been oppressed throughout history by pointing out some basic historical fact. Unable to counter my argument she went into feminist default mode. She said that she found my analysis of her argument "offensive" and added that I had made her feel "uncomfortable." Feminists never fail to do this in my experience. You will see them use the same tactic all over the internet all the time.

    The problem with feminism is that it is an ideology based on feelings and emotions rather than fact or logic. Most feminist theory can be quite easily dismantled by anyone with an IQ higher than 10. Feminists have long given up trying to debate like adults. They have for the most part accepted at some level that their theories are built on air and that they turn to dust very quickly whenever they encounter such patriarchal inconveniences as facts based on science or history.

    Some feminists will instinctively resort to screaming insults when confronted with the truth. The more practiced ones however, will almost always retreat behind their ever present barricade of victimhood. It's a cleaver strategy and it is facilitated by the politically correct culture that has pervaded every aspect of our society, partly thanks to feminism. It's all about everybody having some kind of divine right to feel good about themselves all the time; everybody's opinions are equally valid it seems no matter how monumentally idiotic their pronouncements may be. It is a culture that has stifled debate of any real value all over the western world.

    How many times do we see debates on important issues degenerating into childish competitions where both sides are trying to prove they are more "offended" than their opponents. In recent years in Ireland, debates on a whole range of issues from child-abuse to gay-marriage to immigration have
  6. Could a man get away with this bizarre behaviour?

    by , 12th-January-2014 at 01:31 PM (Official AM Blog)
    I think not, he'd be up in court for DV as it would be classed as 'controlling'... But it's fine when a woman does it.

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    Post by Cornelius Porter III.
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  7. Stats collated by F4J

    by , 11th-January-2014 at 12:48 PM (Official AM Blog)
  8. Gender Discrimination Breakdown

  9. More Feminist Paranoia: Coming to your country soon.

    by , 7th-January-2014 at 01:34 AM
    Loathe as I am to include a link to the festering mountain of infantile tripe that is I couldn't help being struck by the stupefying idiocy of this video.

    The video shows men in public places allegedly “leering” at women. Yes when a man dares to look at a woman he finds attractive, he is "leering." The video is tagged with the words “rape culture” and “sexual harassment”. The video is an advertisement for TV in India that I can only assume is designed to shame men for having perfectly normal and natural sexual desires.

    But wait. None of the women in this video were sexually harassed, never mind raped. None of the men touched any of the women or interfered with them in any way. So what exactly is the point that this advert is trying to make? Are we now being told that men should not look at us? Are we being told that being looked at is being harassed? Are the makers of this video seriously trying to eliminate all forms of normal sexual expression?

    The advert made the point that when the men realized they had been caught looking at the women, they turned away self-consciously. Well of course they did. They instinctively averted their gaze because they did not want to be rude or intimidating. This is also normal human behavior. If men did not “leer” at women then the human species would be long since extinct.

    So if you are a "fit" looking guy and you feel a woman's eyes burning into you as you walk by, just remember that there's nothing wrong with that. It's only "leering" when men do it. It's only "oppressive" when men do it." Remember the first rule of feminism; it's only sexist when men do it.

    Men should not take this advert as an insult, no matter that it is meant to be. It is actually a tribute to their good manners and self control. It is further proof if any more is needed, that while most
  10. A Short Tribute to a Brave Journalist

    by , 5th-January-2014 at 02:01 PM
    For any MRAs who are disheartened by the apparent failure of the MRM to make much headway in the mainstream against the tide of feminist propaganda, I thought an introduction to this man might cheer you up.

    Kevin Myers is a Journalist with the Irish Independent. It is one of the two "newspapers of note" in Ireland. He also contributes sometimes to some British publications. He has often found himself in hot water because his articles frequently attract the ire of the politically correct thought police especially concerning his thoughts on feminism.

    I know that given the tiny population of Ireland this may not be a huge breakthrough but remember these articles are being printed in a mainstream broadsheet in a country that is suffering just as much under the feminist jackboot as the UK. The real mystery is how he gets this stuff past his editors. Anyway I just wanted to point out that not all journalists have been neutered by feminism and some are putting the truth out into the mainstream. I wanted to pay a little tribute to this man for his refusal to take the easy way out and just parrot off the feminist agenda like most journalists do.

    I am leaving links to three great articles by Kevin Myers below., all published in the Irish Independent and read by a wide audience (by Irish standards).I really think this man deserves the attention of anyone who is interested in mens rights.

    The Feminist Right to Whinge:
    Kevin Myers: 'Equality' is the feminist right to whinge -

    Politically Correct Agenda Destroying Irish Society:
    Kevin Myers: This great, liberal society is silent on decisive social issues of our time -

    Feminism, Families and Fathers:
    Kevin Myers: Feminist meme now dominates and corrupts almost all discourse on women and violence -

    The Irish Independent sells 124,000 Newspapers daily in

    Updated 5th-January-2014 at 02:15 PM by Lanavor22

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