Reality of misandry really hurts, even someone who isn't male. I've been watching a couple of talk shows and others today and I've never really been as emotional as I was now. It hurts to know that we all have been instilled with the "don't ever put your hands on a woman" line even if they hit you. I know never to put my hands on anyone, male or female but what makes me tear up at the moment is that why is it okay for women to put their hands on a man but not the other way around?
Why do they need to be coddled so much? It hurts and it pisses me off. Someone answer why. I cannot stop thinking of those male abuse victims. They could never put their hands on a woman because they need to be protected. Everyone needs protection from violence.
Written this sometime ago on another blog. Mind you that I'm a kid so my views might come off as immature or it seems like I'm trashing women but I really am not.
Many people think I do and it's wrong. I do not hate women and I am indeed female myself. However what I am tired of, is most women's bullshit when it comes to the news and social issues. I'm pretty much tired of them ALWAYS getting their way in court cases and with other things. Actually they get their way with everything, if they wanted to to. In the media they are protrayed good people who are pure and some men are protrayed as pedophiles and people you should be weary about having your kids talk to.
Check it out: Dateline where they catch older men (I'm talking men in their 30s, even their freaking 60s!) talking sexually online to 12, 13, 14 and 15 year old girls and boys. Yes... you heard me right, BOYS, guys. I love this show but everytime I watch it, I always wonder when they were going to catch a female predator doing the same things these men were doing. They never do, it's all men. I mean come on, women aren't innocent, in fact there were some on the media that were charged with having a sexual relationship with 14 year old boys. However, they always like to emphasize how beautiful she is. The most famous one I believe was in my home state and involved a female teacher who was attractive and she had a relationship with a 14 year old boy. Now, problem is they always talk about how beautiful she was and if I recalled, I think she got off easily and got probation.
Now if this was a man, he wouldn't have gotten off that easily. I mean, for god people I wish there was some equality in the system for where women receive the same punishments as men for the same crimes. Yes they are female sex offenders who receive prison sentences, but why don't they ever feature them on the news? If they did then it would be alot better knowing that people see that they is equality in the system. But we don't get that in the news, just men being treated badly.
Now one to another issue: abuse. One of the issues that piss me off the most and I'll bring up my fiction to go with this as well in the end. They always tell us that this is not okay. I mean, no type of abuse is okay. But then this is okay? I mean why guys, WHYYYY is this okay? Why is man abuse okay? Because they are men? Don't you see, female on men abuse is not okay but there's no one to stand up for men on this issues. It's always about the women.Oh how about the fact that misandry is okay but misogyny is not?
On a side noet: I want to direct everyone to the House of Judgement that was on the Dr Phil show years ago, where they had a man hater, some guy who hates the world, a girl who hates black people and witty chauvinist. Look it up, but I will tell you that when the misandist and the chauvinist were debating, she was talking about how there's men who are in jail but then he brings up that 65% (correct me if I misinterpreted him) of those pedophiles, rapists and killers were raised by SINGLE MOTHERS. He had statistics ad refuted most of her points, scary eh?
I am no hater but I felt the need to defend myself and my point of view. The point of my ranting was to say that men's issues are being pushed to the side. I am a masculinist because I believe in men having an equal fight. Let's bring those up when it comes to social issues eh?