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  1. Male Privilege?

    by , 12th-March-2011 at 03:46 AM
    I have heard ‘f’s talking a lot about male privilege, and wondered what it was – and how I could obtain it… I wanna be priv-lijd! Check out how many exclamation marks I can fit into 1 post!!!!!

    So I googled (googled IS a word!) male privilege and found this inspiring article all about it here: http://www.amptoons.com/blog/the-mal...ege-checklist/

    Apparently, my not knowing what my privileges are is a privilege unto itself! Additions by me are marked with a *.
    The Male Privilege Checklist
    1. My odds of being hired for a job, when competing against female applicants, are probably skewed in my favo(u*)r. The more prestigious the job, the larger the odds are skewed.
    * So with affirmative action favouring women and other ‘minorities’, the odds are skewed in MY favour, as an evil white man! Great!
    2. I can be confident that my co-workers won’t think I got my job because of my sex – even though that might be true.
    * Again with all of the affirmative action and what-not, this is certainly true. They all know I got my job despite my sex! Here we go with the privileges!
    3. If I am never promoted, it’s not because of my sex.
    * Isn’t it? See above.
    4. If I fail in my job or career, I can feel sure this won’t be seen as a black mark against my entire sex’s capabilities.
    *What like ‘men can’t multi-task’ or ‘look after children’?
    5. I am far less likely to face sexual harassment at work than my female co-workers are.
    *I think that depends on your definition of ‘sexual harassment’, it’s illegal if men do it, yet fine and dandy, even laughable, when women do it! You missed one -men getting sexually harassed at work is a privilege, no? “You love it really”. Erm no, fat ugly women hawking at my ass is not my idea of fun.
    6. If I do the same task as a woman, and if the measurement is at all subjective, chances are people will think I did a better job. ...
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  2. Men, we don’t hate them, we just ‘-ate’ them.

    by , 28th-February-2011 at 11:39 AM
    I was out a couple of weeks ago and got talking to two nice seeming young Italian women. We were getting along fine and our respective groups merged to produce a larger, more sociable one. The two women started having a chat in their native tongue and when I asked them what they were discussing they told me ‘Feminism, of course’. Is it so widespread and ‘normal’ for woman to be embroiled within the slimy tentacles of the feminist ideology that we men should expect two young, attractive and educated women to be engaging on it’s debate while out with other friends (including men) on a Friday night?

    ‘You are joking’ I irked in hope. No such luck I’m afraid. The less pretty of the two, presumably putting herself in the ‘more intelligent’ role, went on to explain to me that she doesn’t hate men and that all she wants is equality. Nice try! After I asked her about her views on abortion, child support, parental alienation, false rape claims, domestic violence, retirement age, prostate cancer research, disparity in criminal sentencing, state schools and sexism in the media she did what any good old man ‘-ater’ would do - she called me a misogynist and left. Her friend (the more attractive one) gave me her mobile number, so maybe we’ll meet again, I certainly hope so.

    This episode made me think about how feminists have conjured an idea that their values don’t amount to misandry, and that any opposition to their cause amounts to misogyny. How did they convince women that they don’t hate men? They obviously don’t hate men; they simply want to ‘-ate’ them, as follows:


    Dominate

    Ever heard the term ‘female empowerment’, one of the most popular phrases used by the feminists? Well if you have and you think they don’t want to dominate men then you should pop your hairy evil ass over to dictionary.com and look up a definition. Heck I’ll even do it for you (edited):

    empower
    –verb ...
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  3. The reality of relationships

    by , 21st-February-2011 at 09:47 PM
    The truth is out there, as Fox Mulder tells us, and it isn't very far away at all...

    The truth about relationships? Well that's a little more difficult to discover, mostly because of the female-centric media stuffing rubbish down our throats. If we were to listen to them, as instructed by our feminist overlords, we would come to a very different conclusion as to what is the undeniable truth, which I will discuss later. I'm splitting this post into 2 parts: 1. The feminist version of reality and 2. Reality. I sincerely hope it is evident why.

    1. The feminist version of reality
    The evil bigots that call themselves feminists would have us believe that, for the most part, (apart from when he is truly whipped) all 'normal' modern relationships follow a similar trend. Their usual bumf would normally go something like as follows:

    The man is so powerful (physically, emotionally and politically) that the woman is subjected to his every whimsical demand, or suffer from 'violence' (apparently a fate worse than death for poor defenseless women, although men are obviously immune to it). She is sexually oppressed by the man, who denies her the freedom to express her sexual desires towards other men. She is forced, by her evilpenis wielding partner, to either stay at home and look after the children he forced her to have (by insisting on having sex); or to slave away at work to pay for the children he forced her to have because he (as a powerful male patriarch) is too lazy to earn enough to support them alone. If she stays at home she is forced, by our patriarchal society, to watch misogynistic shows on TV (during the break of her heavy housewife schedule) that are aimed at men and the maintenance of patriarchal power. If she goes to work she faces much discrimination in the workplace; for example she is less likely to be considered for a job, she will earn less, there is a limit to how far she can progress in said ...
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