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    Lovely statements, sister. Might I add to your thought process by inviting you to look at the idea of inherent as opposed to radical feminism? Women today, especially mothers, have an array of services, propaganda and prior revolutionary groundwork in the media suggesting to them that they are superior, and these are images from before younger women's time, rather than radical ideas against a dominant current paradigm. Many women in their 20s and 30s today simply assimilate into domineering marriages and aggressive workplace personas without giving the ideology of it any thought, maybe never even hearing the word "feminism". Thank God for gals like you who think for themselves. No doubt we guys screw up, but thank you for not naming it some institutional conspiracy. Now guys, let's be careful and not become "radical masculists" just to get even. We need each other.

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    Hello Rosequartz, you talk a lot of sense. Welcome.

    Originally Posted by felixblue
    Marx, you and several other posters in this forum would clearly prefer I did not post here anymore, so just come out and say it rather than playing the silly bitch and casting aspersions, misrepresentations and false allegations towards my good self..

    I am not going to waste any more time on this nonsense.
    I think that you have come back so many times is good proof there are more who are for you, than against.
    The wicked flee when none pursueth. Proverbs 28:1

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    Quote Quote from Celtic Druid View Post
    I think that you have come back so many times is good proof there are more who are for you, than against.
    Including admins... it's just a shame you go through these phases of wanting to make enemies.
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    Lovely statements, sister. Might I add to your thought process by inviting you to look at the idea of inherent as opposed to radical feminism? Women today, especially mothers, have an array of services, propaganda and prior revolutionary groundwork in the media suggesting to them that they are superior, and these are images from before younger women's time, rather than radical ideas against a dominant current paradigm. Many women in their 20s and 30s today simply assimilate into domineering marriages and aggressive workplace personas without giving the ideology of it any thought, maybe never even hearing the word "feminism". Thank God for gals like you who think for themselves. No doubt we guys screw up, but thank you for not naming it some institutional conspiracy. Now guys, let's be careful and not become "radical masculists" just to get even. We need each other.
    You're almost like the good side of my conscious the part of me that is fighting to come out or that I am fighting to keep in.
    Damn, it should be a crime to feel this good! On second thought, I better savor the moment before it does become one.

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    Might I add to your thought process by inviting you to look at the idea of inherent as opposed to radical feminism?
    I believe that this distinction is important in realising where better to apply our energies as a cause. For those that feel the searing offence of statements issued by rad-fems, I would say that our problem with prejudice is less down to them in practice, than the sheer cultural momentum of presumed privilege for women by the masses.



    Women today.. ...have an array of services, propaganda and prior revolutionary groundwork in the media suggesting to them that they are superior.
    Through distorted education and the media, all the worlds historical and present wrongs has been portrayed as a function of male aspirations when it is far more complicated and encompasses the totality of human nature. However, this gross distortion has the effect of wrongly and dangerously portraying the nature and aspirations of women as morally superior to men.

    Therefore in recent decades, the masses through culture as a whole, seems to have developed the view that what we see as the unwarranted privilege of feminism, is right and proper. They see this scenario as being fare and a form of delivering women from phantom oppression and abuse without the capacity to see it as we do.



    Many women in their 20s and 30s today simply assimilate into domineering marriages and aggressive workplace personas without giving the ideology of it any thought, maybe never even hearing the word "feminism".
    Whilst itís is instinctively natural for us, especially if we feel we have been greatly harmed by feminism, to take a deeply opposing stance to radical feminism, it would be better if we applied our energies to undo the brainwashing of the masses. It is easy to respond to the rad-fems vitriol and hatred with the same, as even I have done on occasion, but we would simply render ourselves as unworthy of being listened to by the masses and particularly the brainwashed younger women who need to be enlightened otherwise.

    Fair or not, if we want better progress against the prejudice of feminism, the onus falls on us to suppress our reactive instincts and apply our minds more pragmaticly.


    In practical terms, I found Zerbuís recent post a good way to present our issues with the prejudice of feminism here: http://antimisandry.com/chit-chat-ma...#axzz1oFGoPD00

    A short excerpt from which is pasted below the dotted line. It is the sort of argument that lacks the justifiable hurt and outrage that so often colours our complaints as unbalanced and even misogynistic in the minds of the brainwashed masses. But it is those very minds we have to liberate from feminism, rather than lick our own wounds for our own badly needed personal comfort, if we are to make greater progress.



    Now guys, let's be careful and not become "radical masculists" just to get even. We need each other.
    Quite so!







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    ...To demonstrate further the way situations are so easily labelled misogyny, here is a detailed example of a fictional situation:

    A student at a school has just been accused of misbehaving. This student believes they have done nothing wrong, and is annoyed by the false accusation and is determined to have something done about it. The student complains to one of the teachers, but doesnít use proper manners and instead uses shouting and foul language. The teacher disciplines the student for it, and the student has to do extra work after class.

    The short story above does not mention the gender of the teacher and student. So letís say, both the student and the teacher are male. It would be considered a normal dispute. Change the gender of both of them to female, and itís still a normal dispute. However, make one of the people male and the other female, and bangÖ itís gender discrimination! The male in the situation is a chauvinist, and the female is being discriminated against, despite the argument having nothing to do with gender. It could also be noted that in situations like these, the male is the one who gets blamed the majority of the time, and the female is always considered the victim.

    That, folks, is the inflated definition of misogyny. For something that is done by a man (or boy) to be considered discrimination against women (or girls), the woman or girl just has to disagree with it. Whether or not the problem actually has anything to do with gender makes no difference in what feminists decide to call it.



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    Re: Just saying hi

    How many times have we all heard, in every conceivable situation:

    "Well, you clearly have issues with women..."

    Like it's a disorder or something?

    Here's another short scene for your reading enjoyment:

    Man: Hi, my name is Bob, and I'm a misogyholic.

    Group: Hi, Bob...

    Woman: Well, Bob, what would you like to share today?

    ETC, ETC.....

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    OMG NEW MEMBER HI NEW MEMBER HI HI HI.

    Srsly, what's with the fighting in an introduction thread?
    ďKeep away from those who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you believe that you too can become great.Ē ~ Mark Twain


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    Fighting really? We aren't going to get anywhere divided... Then again it is nice to have a forum where almost nothing is censored so we can actually discuss stuff.

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    hi...all...i'm from indonesia


 

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