Why is so wrong for guys to just hang-out with other guys without female involvement? Why do women care that badly if they're excluded from ONE thing out of all the other things they're included in (like the farce called voting for example). And yet female-only gyms and things of that sort are totally acceptable and guys don't try to 'invade' them (at least not SERIOUSLY, only in jest). One example of this even before 'feminism' since I know a couple of guys will give that answer is the Petition Against Coffee supposely written by women. There's some debate as to whether the document is accurate or not but considering that this happens today it wouldn't be a stretch to say it's historically accurate? So feminism isn't really the answer or at least not entirely.Women against Coffee: http://www.gopetition.com/famous-pet...-1674.htmlMale
in today's world this article seems to be true: http://insomnia.ac/commentary/are_ga...f_manliness/So
why do women (not just feminists apparently) feel the need to 'invade' upon any gathering of men? Yet they are allowed to have their own gatherings and it fine to exclude men. Girls like to talk about double standards (against them) so here's one right here.Postscript: And now to deal with the usual dismissive attacks before they occur. No I'm not gay. No I don't hate women: I'm actually quite fond of them, etc all of that stupid sh**.@M -- Perhaps you are exceptional. But you alone can't negate the rule (if it's true). But it's a start =P.@Mel -- I suppose you're saying 'loners' have the possibly of acting violently? Like school-shootings and such? Of course that's only the case if they feel LONELY. But I don't see the direct connection with the topic at hand. Would women being involved in male-only activities 'cure' the 'loner's' desire to be alone? I don't think so.