16th-March-2006 #1Darth Brooks Guest
This stuff is gold. I grew up with a feminist mother and a workaholic father who generally wanted me to 'make peace with your mother' when he got home from his stressfull and demanding job as a senior engineer, whenever we had the inevitable child-parent disputes that feminist mothers have with their independantly minded sons since he was too tired to give a shit who said what to whom and knew the only way to end the dispute was for me to 'be a man' and 'admit fault'.
Eventually they had me diagnosed with ADD and prescribed with Dexamphetaine (similar to ritalin) which I suppose they thought solved the problem...
I'd just like to take my hat off to Angry Harry (the first anti feminist website I ever came across- woah, I thought I had strong negative opinions about radical feminists...), Duncan Idaho, Captain Zarmband and the like for helping me to see that I was not alone in my convictions.
I have no children and have never been married so I've come off relatively unscathed from the feminist movement. I welcome input from some of the older guys for the value of their life experience with feminism.
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I am a newbie to this forum, but not new to the antics of feminists.
Although you aren't married and don't have children, trust me, you HAVE been affected by the feminist movement
If you haven't, then you wouldn't be on a forum such as this lol
All of us are victims of feminist lies and propaganda, even if some men haven't realised this yet, i.e. the 'new men' like David Cameron/Tony Blair, who put all women's issues firstSome feminists never die, they just smell that way
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