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  1. Victim Blaming - Car Thieves #1

    by , 18th-January-2014 at 03:33 AM (Official AM Blog)
    Am I Right?

    I mean, how DARE the insurance industry tell me it's MY fault if someone steals my car just because I left the keys in the ignition with the driver's window half-way down and my wallet in plain sight on the dash board. It's disgusting that they tell me I have to take responsibility for my irresponsible behaviour.

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  2. Video on Bullying - we could learn a lot from this

    by , 16th-December-2013 at 04:43 AM (Official AM Blog)
  3. Hatin' on boys, just fine & dandy

    by , 12th-December-2013 at 12:41 AM (Official AM Blog)
  4. Another nurturing mother abusing a child (graphic)

    by , 11th-December-2013 at 10:54 PM (Official AM Blog)
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  5. Another test blog

    by , 11th-December-2013 at 01:33 AM (Official AM Blog)
    testing blog post again for new search tab....
    Tags: test
  6. Blog test

    by , 10th-December-2013 at 04:39 PM (Official AM Blog)
    blog test blog test blog test

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  7. Why would I use a blog?

    by , 6th-December-2013 at 01:15 AM (Official AM Blog)
    Well you may want to write about a very specific topic from various angles without fiClick image for larger version. 

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    You get rights over who replies to your blog posts. You can delete ones you don't want & guests (unregistered viewers) cannot reply. By using your own blog, you may actually help generate a few more members for the website.

    You can categorize & use tags for the content of your blog, so you may want to discuss numerous topics and place them in various categories to help filter the content you produce.

    Also the blogs allows you to save a draft version so you can modify it without having to hold the window open overnight. You can delete your own blog entries as well as editing & full formatting control.

    In short, having an AM blog is a bit like having your very own specialist sub-forum on antimisandry where you get to control the content & have control over whom interacts with your content. You can share your posts with various social networks (facebook, reddit, etc.) and it goes direct to YOUR topics.

    In short - give it a try.

    Use your forum signature to link to your blog to promote it to other AM members.

    I realise maintaining a blog may not be for everyone... But, hell, give it a shot - you'll never know if you don't have a crack at it.

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    Updated 6th-December-2013 at 01:25 AM by Marx

  8. Whatever you do; don't acknowledge the boy crisis in education

    by , 3rd-December-2013 at 01:14 AM (Official AM Blog)
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ID:	2967At the 2012 Project MALES symposium at UT Austin, research coordinator and Phd student Sarah Rodriguez’s presented selections of her interviews with students, teachers and administrators in schools around Texas. One school administrator, when asked about the educational crisis among males in education, was quoted as saying, “We don’t acknowledge it, because to acknowledge something means that you have to do something about it. So we don’t acknowledge it.

    Updated 3rd-December-2013 at 12:19 PM by Marx

    Tags: boys' crisis
  9. 1:4 lie on TV tonight

    by , 20th-August-2009 at 03:00 AM (Official AM Blog)
    Quote Quote from RebelliousVanilla View Post
    Just for calculation. In the US there are 150 000 000 women. If 1 in 4 is true, then 37.5 million women got raped. Which is bogus.

    By the way, in that study that Koss made, only one quarter of the women Koss claims to have been raped, said they got raped. That means 6%, not 25%.

    Another thing, by the questions that Koss asked, I would have been in the rape statistics because I had sex with a man after he bought me booze. This isn't rape. I mean, sure, if the woman passes out, it is. But if she consents or actively participates, it isn't rape. Hence why most women who replied yes to any of the made up characteristics of rape of Koss didn't feel like they are rape victims.

    "Have you given in to sex play (fondling, kissing, or petting, but not intercourse) when you didn't want to because you were overwhelmed by a man's continual arguments and pressure?"
    So if a woman insists on her husband buying something, it is theft? No offense, no means no, but yes means yes.

    42% of the women who got "raped" later had sex with their "attacker". Anyone who saw or has been a victim of rape knows this is impossible. Unless of course, they didn't get raped.

    I can go on. Anyway, I took statistics in school and her study has systemic flaws, which usually come when the statistician wants to get to some results.
    The above, by RV, needs some special attention. Using feminist logic, many women are theives.

    Men - How many of you have given in to 'nagging' (verbal pressure) because you were overwhelmed by a woman's continual arguments & pressures?

    If you answer 'yes' - the woman you bought something for IS a theif - according to feminist mentality.
  10. Rape - it's all us men do... apparently.

    by , 7th-July-2009 at 02:35 AM (Official AM Blog)


    I won't even comment on this gem.
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