Not much to see or hear as yet but when are going to start the revolution and get the messages out
Most people are blind to misandry, as it is normalized in society. The view of most (inc. most men) lies somewhere between "feminism is about equality and it's a great thing" and, "feminism is about equality but things have gone a bit too far." Few will easily accept a simple "no nonsense here are the facts" message. We need to build up a body of men behind the scenes first. It will take time. However, don't despair. It is possible for a few people to change the world--it is the only thing that ever has.
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We're slowly heading in that direction, Les.
Before you embark upon any worthwhile revolution, you first lay down the seeds of opposition, as we are doing most successively on this forum.
My hope is that change for men can be based on what we want as a future in gender relations, not a revolt against past wrongs with no further defined objectives. Without a positive platform of desired conditions as an outcome of reform, revolution becomes self-perpetuating and engages full-time in the hunt for further enemies. Witness, say, feminism, for instance.
There is an opportunity for you to meet the very folks here who could be instrumental in getting the revolution started Les.. August 4th in Manchester.. You are a local gent, so hope to see you there!
I was going to host the 'We're Having a Revolution' party, but the time and date seems to coincide with member masturbatory times.....should I freeze the tacos? Let me know.
I'll go ahead and get us some contacts, I personally can be in charge of addressing hand written invites to the ASPC, ECW, NAACP, and MSNBC....I think we have a winner with the Episcopal Church Women, they can really be of an instrumental help.