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  1. Society Doesn’t Have to be Gender Neutral but Policy has to be

    by , 16th-April-2011 at 06:14 PM (Rise of the Zeta Male)
    No matter where you go, society is divided by gender. In itself there is nothing wrong with this. It is part of social customs to divide by gender, and oftentimes it is challenged both for good and bad reasons. The goal of trying to make the world gender neutral is not something that is practical, no matter how society changes.

    The accumulation and alteration of new knowledge that creates the modified power dynamics does not get us past a gender division. If anything it can even create a new, or stronger gender division as what is deemed acceptable by who is challenged so frequently that what is acceptable one day, is intolerable the next.

    In fact, when we try to desegregate, sometimes we end up undoing everything. Look at how we tried to make the work world gender neutral in the 60s and 70s. In the end the realms that were influenced by men and women were different, but that is all they were different. Some originally male oriented fields became female dominated, and those that were female dominated became male dominated. We never really changed things. If we are looking for a social change that will have gender neutrality it does not come easily. Oftentimes these drastic changes come at a great cost. Sometimes it is an economic collapse or a genocide, other times it is beneficial-like the industrial revolution.

    Read the rest here
  2. [Economic Consequence One] Why Minnesota’s Child Support Guidelines Are Unconstitutional” -Rogers

    by , 15th-April-2011 at 11:58 PM (Misandry and Fathers)
    Economic re-allocation, the transfer of wealth, is as important today as it was at the beginning of this millennium or the last one, although it would seem all around the globe we are in a liquidity crunch in 2011.
    In this attachment Economist Mark Rogers discusses disproportionality in Child Support Calculations et al in the State of Minnesota, USA.
  3. Another example of misandric spending

    by , 14th-April-2011 at 03:13 PM (Misandry and Fathers)
    There is a lengthy article here ( ) regarding American federal funding of misandry. Often assumed by many to be solely related to retirement from active employment in one’s senior years, America’s Social Security Act and Medicare has been a long time funder of misandry. The length of citations, although not exhaustive, seem necessary, as many refuse to look at the line items.
    The unequal (even sexist) spending is rife through America’s Federal Government Budget as is illuminated by the attached SAVE document.
    Economic transfer, allocation and reallocation: the redistribution of wealth has long been at the heart of misandry. Some women have openly wrote of some women’s insatiable hunger for money to spend. Some radical feminists, getting in their pre-emptive strike, alleged that Father’s Rights and Men’s Rights is all about men not wanting to share their money. The insatiable hunger remains unabated, taking your money, your states or provinces or national monies all.
    If it is true that economics is the science of scarcity, and, that children inherit their nation: it is high time we relocate wasteful misandric spending towards our children’s future instead of spending it against them.
    America’s budget would seem a national thing, especially at first glance. NOW began in America as did the UAW, as written before here at AM, both are now international and women’s rights, all that they can get, rest atop NOW and UAW’s agendas.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Files
  4. Getting Gender Neutral Government Programs in 20 Years

    by , 11th-April-2011 at 08:41 PM (Rise of the Zeta Male)
    While I advocate for making most government assistance programs gender neutral, the reality is there will be some…unfriendliness to the idea. This is something that we see throughout history. When a group forces its place into a different social circle or towards obtaining certain treatment (Gay marriage, women in the workplace, any ethnicity that enters a new area of the world) there is often some hostility due to what is perceived as an invasion and an attempt to destroy someone’s culture. But this doesn’t last forever.

    The next generation, doesn’t mind as much but may still be uncomfortable

    The generation after that may find a member or two in an odd position but won’t mind

    The generation after that doesn’t give a damn.

    It’s a common historical trend. Integration + Time= Tolerance

    I say we use this to our advantage and take it into consideration when we create programs for men that CANNOT be combined with those for women. Domestic violence programs and shelters can be combined, so can (most) government health services, aid to single parents, amongst other things can be combined. However, until we get more forms of male birth control Planned Parenthood will still be mostly female. Programs to inspire children to go into STEM fields can be made gender neutral as well. America is falling behind as a whole, and we should be concerned with getting more people all together into STEM fields than the male to female ration within the program. A good chunk of medical/biological research cannot be combined. But at first, things should be separate.

    This will avoid the appearance and argument of a “male invasion”. It is also a good way to monitor how much money goes towards men and women.

    Of course, we can’t expect to create and integrate the programs over too many generations. We would be talking 50-60 years. Programs might not be stuck with if it takes that long, and people ...
  5. Stupidity from other Genderfucks

    by , 5th-April-2011 at 07:20 PM (The Mind of Silentblood)
    I generally like this blog even though it has a feminist bias, but I just found this article: here

    Dear gods, why does everyone think they have the right to define other people? This has been my struggle for most of my life to define myself as a person. If someone claims they’re a gender queer they’re a fucking gender queer, they define themselves that way. Period. I’m sorry if it looks like “cis” people are appropriating the damn label, but let them question their gender identitiy and come to their own conclusions. Sometimes just sometimes they really might be gender queer, you know?

    I’m sorry I’m not gender queer enough for some people cis or otherwise, I’m sorry when it boils down to the damn nitty gritty my gender identity is pretty much “woman-man genderfuck”. If that pisses off people, then fuck them with a huge stick.

    I can accept that there is an issue with how we’re treated sometimes and I MEAN sometimes by cis assholes and heterofacists but some of the other genderfucks are just as bad as them.

    I am a powerful person that isn’t upset that some people want to question part of their identity. I am not a victim, I am not oppressed, and I am certainly not crushed by a few people “appropiating” the the damn label, “gender queer”
    Tags: lgbt, sexism
  6. Fecks Warcraft File (250+ Links)...

    by , 5th-April-2011 at 02:29 PM
    Below is a post by Feckless - I decided to blog it in order to use it as a resource and help spread the news

    Quote Quote from Feckless View Post
    Warcraft file defined by Percy:

    Am Linklist:

    What the average MRA should do - - FB

    The reason we are here / overview:

    The curious case of Country C - - FB
    Emasculation of America -
    Men and Boys Deserve Better - - FB
    Operation gender war (lots of health and education numbers) - - FB
    Are men the new women? (Glass Cellar) - - FB
    Are 'real men' in decline? (Male vs Female power) - - FB
    Male vs Female privileges - - FB
    Female privilege list - - FB2
    Sex war -
    Opression -
    Mens right (wiki) -
    Discrimination against Men -
    Combatting Feminist Ms-Information -
    Excerpts From Myth of Male Power -
    Our matriarchal
  7. Deconstructing Authority and Legitimacy

    by , 5th-April-2011 at 12:19 AM (Musings of a Pro-Human Woman)
    Deconstructing Authority and Legitimacy

    I have touched on ideas based on this Bleeding Heart Libertarians post.

    To remind everyone on what I said in my previous post:

    I just want to point out that saying that justice requires X doesn’t commit you to saying that feminism may impose or enforce X. Justice might require X, but it might be illegitimate for feminism to impose X.
    To begin, I have issues with coercive strategies to improve the welfare of any group despite the situation, as people we are born equal in the sense that I may not impose or force anything on you and you may not do this to me. That is equality.

    I refer you to this article from Bleeding Heart Libertarians, which deals with two concepts of justice, one as a set of ideals and the other as a problem solver, now, I refer you to this article from Fidelbogen's excellent Counter-Feminist.

    Let's consider justice as a set of ideals from the Bleeding Heart post:

    1. Justice as a Set of Ideals:
    Norms of justice tells us how a society would have to be structured to be morally flawless. Satisfying these norms does not make a society literally the best imaginable from a moral point of view, but it does put it and everyone within that society above moral reproach.
    Now let's look at justice as a problem solver:

    2. Justice as a Problem-Solver:
    Human beings face a problem: how to live together in morally good way despite having conflicts of interest, limited altruism, and limited competence. “Justice” refers to the moral norms that would make the best of this situation, without imagining these problems to have gone away. A society that eliminates even potential conflicts of interest, has perfect altruism, etc., doesn’t achieve justice, but transcends it.
    Let's me be honest here, I see justice as a mix between both of these, both as an ideal and a problem solver based on these ...
  8. People can be Assholes

    by , 4th-April-2011 at 07:08 PM (The Mind of Silentblood)
    People can be assholes. I have accepted this fact early in life, I have accepted that people will not understand me, or accept that I’m different than the rest of the kids in school/work/everyday life. Do I get aggravated when people pretend I don’t exist? Absolutely. However, I do not believe this to be a form of oppression, I just think the person in question is a dickhead.

    One of the most aggravating things in the LGBT community is the constant need to portray LGBT people as victims, this is something that feminists do. And while I can understand the frustration and hopelessness that some of us feel, I don’t think it’s beneficial to portray any group of people that way.

    While I appreciate some feminists like Clarisse Thorn, who is one of the better feminists out there, but there are plenty of them that are like Twisty Faster are prone to hyperbole and yellow journalism.
    While there are some aspects of feminism that I like, there is enough stuff in it to make me reject it as an ideology. I do not like it’s constant need to demonize my sex because of a few assholes, because let’s be honest here, some dudes are indeed pieces of shit…and some women are as well.

    This leads me to the MRM. I appreciate and accept that there are plenty of good examples of misandry in society. However, I have seen some bullshit spewed by some MRAs and others are prone to hyperbole as some feminists are. While I certainly believe that some men and women are capable of having shitty behavior, I do not even believe this is a majority of men or women.

    As I said, people can be assholes, but I don’t really think most people are assholes. Perhaps it’s a product of my upbringing or my understanding of how things work, but I see no reason to accuse a majority of people of some grievious crime that they didn’t commit or have any intention of doing. Why ...
  9. Feminism and life expectancy

    by , 4th-April-2011 at 06:50 PM
    Quote Quote from Richard View Post
    “We acknowledge that blacks dying six years sooner than whites reflects the powerlessness of blacks in American society. Yet men dying in excess of five years sooner than women is rarely seen as a reflection of the powerlessness of men in American society.

    Is the five-year gap biological? If it is, it wouldn't have been just a one-year gap in 1920. (In many pre-industrialized countries there is only a small male-female life expectancy gap, and in their more rural areas men sometimes live longer.)

    If men lived more than five years longer than women, feminists would be helping us understand that life expectancy was the best measure of who has the power. And they would be right. Life expectancy is the bottom line--the ratio of our life's stresses to our life's rewards.”

    Warren Farrell

    I am wondering if I should adopt this as my favourite feminist double standard.
  10. For Millennials, Parenthood Trumps Marriage

    by , 4th-April-2011 at 04:42 PM (Misandry and Fathers)
    by Wendy Wang, Research Associate, and Paul Taylor, Director, Pew Social & Demographic Trends Project
    March 9, 2011

    From: To:

    Throughout history, marriage and parenthood have been linked milestones on the journey to adulthood. But for the young adults of the Millennial Generation, these social institutions are becoming delinked and differently valued.

    Today's 18- to 29-year-olds value parenthood far more than marriage, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis of attitudinal surveys.

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