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  • Douglas's Avatar
    1 Hour Ago
    Humans ó like any successful lifeform ó have a deep-seated need to procreate. It isn't about just chasing pussy, or the desire for companionship (both of which are desired by men) but something far more inherent in our nature. The clash of these deep desires (for the vast majority) with the increasing punishment for following one's deep-seated...
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    2 Hours Ago
    Many countries have female-only parking in places, sometimes quite widespread. This gender apartheid is an accepted part of society's drive for gender equality. (Don't ask me..!) China has joined Korea in not only having parking for women only but in having extra-wide spaces for them. Extra-wide parking spaces for women spark sexism row...
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    3 Hours Ago
    Both left and right sides of politics have damaged men and families over the past decdes. Both sides (and shades between) around the world have been responsible for harming family unity, for supporting divisive 'gender' organisations with tax money, and for creating anti-male laws and policies. I say to everyone, especially those who identify...
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    3 Hours Ago
    Administrative Notice: Two posts from this guest (judging only by IP Address of the poster, since they have not registered for free) were not, and will not be, approved (they are visible to all administrators and moderators) and this is because the posts were insulting. ALL posts from any unregistered user are put into moderation and require an...
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    14 Hours Ago
    I don't think we are. Nor am I, despite genuine attempts, finding any substance in your utterances. Nor do I believe you are open to any alternate concepts to the dogma you hold, so I'll stop attempting to engage you.
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    Do you have anything to say that is not based on quotes (possibly taken out of context) of what other people had to say? Other than criticising people for being human, I read nothing in your post. Maybe that is my limitation but I am moderately intelligent and more open-minded than most.
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    1 Day Ago
    "This board" does no such castigation; individual posters do. "This board" is not a "they". What the heck is "very real negative consequences manifesting in the temporal spheres" in English? It sounds like some highfalutin pseudo-jargon of the sort picked up in social studies that have too little to say other than a bunch of quotes of what...
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    1 Day Ago
    Douglas replied to a thread FEAR in Rant Room
    By opening our minds and learning about what makes us fearful, we can prevent fear arising. By accepting that we cannot change others, but only ourselves, we can be more open to love (in the general sense). By methods such as this, we can affect our future likelihood of feeling fear, hate, anger, love, admiration, etc..
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    Stop the personal attacks, please. Address the topic, not the poster.
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    1 Day Ago
    Douglas replied to a thread FEAR in Rant Room
    The vast majority of horrors that have been perpetrated since the beginning can be traced to the female. Are males to be entirely acquitted? No, of course not. No genuine 'review of the numbers' is possible 'since the beginning' but there is enough evidence to sustain my claim. Moreover, it is not improving. In almost every western (i.e....
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    1 Day Ago
    Douglas replied to a thread FEAR in Rant Room
    I enjoyed your ramble too much to be concerned with off-topic. This is the Rant Room, after all. As to calling another forum member a "moron", you didn't. You didn't even call our esteemed (but confused) guest a moron; you described their posts as moronic. It is a subtle and fine line that I do not encourage anyone to dance along but the...
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    3 Days Ago
    Douglas replied to a thread FEAR in Rant Room
    That was not a case in point. That was a terrible act by some peculiar men. Just a few of around 4 billion on the planet, who are all being chased down by other men for their crimes. Do not pretend that females have any moral superiority. Such pretence won't work on this forum, where people are well aware that neither sex has the monopoly over...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    4 Days Ago
    Douglas replied to a thread Reciprocation in Rant Room
    Percy, I think this goes back to an old policy of our founder's, that sites which were always (or nearly so) posting on men's rights/antimisandry/antifeminism were given links but not others. Since then, the site has not only changed owners but also changed hosts. In changing owners, the new owner promised he did not intend any (major) change....
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    5 Days Ago
    From your profile on this site:
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    5 Days Ago
    The Harvard Crimson daily newspaper reports that the Dean at Harvard University might not be able to implement the ban on single-sex clubs. Faculty Draft Motion Against Final Club Sanctions | News | The Harvard Crimson The resolution is a shot across the bow for the administration, which would need faculty approval to implement the...
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    5 Days Ago
    My German friend brought my attention to a report of an activist's attempts to discuss 'campus rape' with feminists in the USA. Andrew Cavarno is a supporter of Hillary Clinton's competitor to the U.S. presidential campaign, Bernie Sanders. He offered feminists a debate on the question of whether there actually is a rape culture in American...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    Are you sure it will be taken seriously? Or will serious employers just laugh at it? Causing, of course, more of that 'discrimmination' feminists love to create.
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    While the 'study' has little academic importance, it has been widely reported as 'proving' that genital mutilation makes no difference to men. (Like losing an arm, such things only have a negative effect upon women, apparently). It was a poor study, poorly concluded and poorly reported. Unfortunately that gives it importance which needs...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    I'm not at all sure you are right; at the least, I think you are making too-sweeping generalisations. More to the point, transgendered people don't seem to be the sex that thay 'transgender' to. Rather than become male or female, many become transgendered persons. Were this not the case, there would be no way we could be holding conversations...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    6 Days Ago
    Nor in the case of myself nor anyone on this site. I know many people who put many hours of work in on behalf of men, all for free and often with onoly a hope that they might be doing some good (and I include Ron himself in this). All would be described as being a part of the movement for men's rights; none look for any kind of pay or recompense....
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    6 Days Ago
    The way I see it, one person says they will do things for men, the other makes it clear that they are a misandrist. A vote for a politician who at least claims to be on the side of men will show all politicians which way the wind is blowing. A vote for a misandrist, or not voting and allowing other people's choices for the misandrist to...
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    6 Days Ago
    One intelligent woman gives her story of being a feminist as a student to her awakening to the realities of feminism. She explains the typical psycho-social development of the typical white female who thinks she is a feminist. If you think you are a feminist - whatever your colour or sex - don't judge her words until you've given her a fair...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    6 Days Ago
    More generalised man shaming common in western societies: Highlights thanks to unknownmisandry:
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    6 Days Ago
    A long and sorry tale of feminist resistance to a man wanting a conference on male issues at a university crowded with 'womens' (i.e. feminists) groups but without any male body on campus. As you view Fiamengo's summary of the events, bear in mind that this is not an isolated case. Nor is this kind of behaviour limited to academia. In every...
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    1 Week Ago
    Mike Buchanan of the political party Justice For Men & Boys has been researching the gender gap in income tax. The Income Tax Gender Gap reflects the difference in total income tax paid by men and women. Although men work harder and longer than women ó on average ó by about 23%, which is reflected in higher average gross incomes for men, the...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    1 Week Ago
    Ron, while I totally understand burn-out, the work you have done on VAWA is very important. To combat it will require a groundswell of knowledgeable opinion against it and you have provided many people with that knowledge. Being involved in a campaign which, by its very nature, has so much strife and negativity is hard. You know I understand...
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    1 Week Ago
    On a mission to raise awareness of male victims of sexual abuse, the 'Shatter Boys' are cycling from Manchester to London. This trip, from northwest England to southeast England, intends to spread the messages that there are male victims and of their need for society's recognition and support. 'Healing is our best revenge': Male victims of...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    1 Week Ago
    I think Ron has insulted more people than he knows. Or possibly cares about. I wonder how many individual men he, in his long-running men's rights non-movement, has helped. Sure, he has advanced the potential cause for men inestimably (literally: I can not estimate it; maybe history will be able to, but all I know is that it has helped). But...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    1 Week Ago
    A special report of the Fiamengo Files on the bigotry and hatred from feminists at Ryerson University. First, make unsubstantiated - and unprovable - claims against students wanting to address men's issues. Then ask them to prove that such unfounded fears could never be felt by any student. At the same time, make it clear that the only way...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    1 Week Ago
    Altruism is all very well and nice but few people can sustain it without some selfish motives. I think those who are overly worried about females who advocate for male rights, need to be more concerned with getting the message out to more men: we don't need less women involved, we need more men involved. While I find most women are more...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    1 Week Ago
    A professor from Ottawa University has some things to say about Feminism and indoctrination education. "Surely this is where feminism is most vulnerable."
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    1 Week Ago
    Janice Fiamengo takes on the subject. Of course, she is a woman, so if you are convinced women are no good at all, her words won't matter .. in which case, why bother with this thread?
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    1 Week Ago
    In answer to my own question, here are some things: National Parents Organization - Summary Of Selected Accomplishments None of it directly affects me in the UK but I know that some of the members of the National Parents Organization attend the same meetings as people from the UK and Europe who campaign for men, children and families; there is...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    1 Week Ago
    Fathers & Families is indeed a power to be reckoned with. In the years since 2009, the charity - now renamed to National Parents Organization (NPA) - has spread around the USA and become a force that even the mightiest of national feminist groups, the National Organization for Women (NOW) has failed against in court. With the dedication of its...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    1 Week Ago
    Reproduced with kind permission of the National Parents Organization German, European Courts Endorse Alienation Of Dad In our imperfectly organized society, there is no provision as yet for the young woman who claims the privileges of marriage without assuming its obligations. - Edith Wharton, The House of Mirth (1905) Speaking tongue in...
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    1 Week Ago
    Reproduced with kind permission of the National Parents Organization German, European Courts Endorse Alienation Of Dad In our imperfectly organized society, there is no provision as yet for the young woman who claims the privileges of marriage without assuming its obligations. - Edith Wharton, The House of Mirth (1905) Speaking tongue in...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    1 Week Ago
    There are times when I understand about 'trigger warnings' .. and times I realise that I'm still a recovering divorced-against-my-will Dad. The book this thread is about is a decade older now, as am I. What has improved in that time? I had not seen this quote from Ned before. I think that recognition, by law-makers and the medical...
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    1 Week Ago
    While the Istanbul Convention starts to close down discussion against feminism in many countries, thankfully it is still a matter up for debate elsewhere. The presidential campaign is followed closely in the socialist magazine "Mother Jones". There, Hannah Levintova is dedicated to the social movement and her latest article which either mention...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    1 Week Ago
    Ron, I share your frustrations at times. At other times, knowing that about 30% of men need help in one form or another ó even if that help is just having beurocrats get out of his life ó I am so overwhelmed by any thought to help them individually that all I can think to do is strive to help them as a collective. I realise I may only make a tiny...
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    1 Week Ago
    One of the biggest problems with the world concentrating only on female matters, including female victims, is that nobody really knows the answer to "are men equal victims". While articles requiring only female victims to be addressed, often in the name of the authors' strange but commonly-accepted idea of 'equality' abound and are open to...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    1 Week Ago
    In April 2016, Queen's University in Canada published a report that the intact penis is no more sensitive than one having been (to use original World Health Organisation (WHO) terminology) genitally mutilated: 'circumcised' to those who wish to support the practice. The Queen's University conclusion is astonishing to me. As a man who has been...
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    1 Week Ago
    In April 2016, Queen's University in Canada published a report that the intact penis is no more sensitive than one having been (to use original World Health Organisation (WHO) terminology) genitally mutilated: 'circumcised' to those who wish to support the practice. The Queen's University conclusion is astonishing to me. As a man who has been...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    1 Week Ago
    Like Obama, I have better things to do than dwell on this issue. Unlike Obama, I don't dwell on this issue. That said, a Time article cropped up in one of my media alerts that appears on the face of it to give some balance and perspective: Bathroom Bills: How American Bathrooms Got Separated by Sex Another couple of media articles for...
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    1 Week Ago
    Melbourne University, Victoria, Australia have recently advertised for three positions in their Mathematics department. But only women are invited to apply. This, they say, is in the interest of equality of opportunity. Yes, you read that right. This time, it isn't even justified by any feminist/marxist desire for equality of outcome...
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    1 Week Ago
    Boys continue to be captured by Boko Haram for ransom, forced recruitment or simply for killing. Two Nigerian Christian boys tell of Boko Haram abduction."We'll cut your throats if you don't convert" the terrorists said Meanwhile, there is a group giving those boys who have a choice an alternative to joining up with Boko Haram just to...
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    1 Week Ago
    Douglas replied to a thread TV MSM News ....Hell in Rant Room
    http://antimisandry.com/announcements/59816.htm
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    1 Week Ago
    Douglas replied to a thread U.N. Bastards in Rant Room
    I am a parent of two good adult children. I won't pretend that their upbringing was perfect but it was happy enough (until the divorce). Like any active child, they were not perfect and needed correcting now and again. I'm not going to get into whether infrequent, measured, smacking is a suitable correction method; nor am I going to discuss...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    1 Week Ago
    Are you sure the issue has anything to do with testosterone? Despite how well the human body is understood, a hormone incorrectly aligned with only males carries a huge number of myths about it.
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    1 Week Ago
    This is an old post by an excellent researcher who sadly stopped posting here some years back. I'm adding to it so that it can be brought to attention. The title originally stated that it was "part 1" but no other part was published. The fight for common sense on domestic violence and an inclusive approach that actually solves some issues is...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    1 Week Ago
    Murray Strauss is not one of the bigger names to most people in the men's movement but without his research and willingness to stick to facts and never be swayed by ideology, many more men would be suffering right now and the movement for fairness and justice would be even further set back. Unlike more fortunate members of antimisandry.com, I...
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    1 Week Ago
    A Dutch report was published (in English) in April 2016 compariing false accusations to genuine reports of rape. Filing false vice reports: Distinguishing true from false allegations of rape For some strange reason on such a study, the only perpetrators examined were female, as were all victims or accused. I will leave our professional...
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    1 Week Ago
    An amazing gentleman unmoving despite being terrorized by feminists for not stooping to their demands to ignore male victims. Rest In Peace, good Sir. Some years ago he & I had an email exchange which I felt honoured when he replied. In my fumbling attempts to contact him (for permission to use some of his research & documentation) I...
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    1 Week Ago
    Letter to the Prime Minister from The Lone Fathers Association of Australia In 2004, an open letter was addressed to the Australian Prime Minister to help children stay in touch with their parents, even if those parents have split up. Unfortunately, matters are now even worse for children in Australia and in almost every other 'developed'...
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    1 Week Ago
    While doing some research, I accidentally came across something called the Lucretia Club (it's amazing what you can find with a few typos in a search!) There is an amazing but horrifying article about arsenic and the many women who have used it to dispose of their husbands .. sometimes dozens at a time! The Unknown History of MISANDRY:...
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    1 Week Ago
    The Platform of European Fathers has published a 2014 study by Linda Nielsen, Department of Education, Wake Forest University, USA. There were, for me, two unexpected conclusions that stand out: 1. While shared parenting showed to be beneficial on average for all ages of children, it showed to be especially benficial for the youngest children...
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    1 Week Ago
    Four episodes of the Fiamengo File later, the Professor has some even more pointed commentary: It is not often that Janice Fiamengo insults someone but with 'jackass' Zack Stafford it is hard to be polite.
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    2 Weeks Ago
    Professor Janice Fiamengo highlights the pointlessness of apologising to feminists. With several examples, and just as a side-issue to her main point, she shows how apologies to feminist sensibilities/propaganda are not the way to saving a career, nor to appeasment.
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    2 Weeks Ago
    Janice Fiamengo references this incident, and other similar ones, in one of her current series of videos:
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    2 Weeks Ago
    In episode 14 of the 'Fiamengo File' series of videos, Professor Fiamengo highlights an incident several years ago that shows the feminist rot at Harvard, and its attendant anti-male attitudes, are nothing new. (The Professor is not just picking on Harvard; in other episodes she is equally scathing of events at her own university, in Ottawa.)
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    2 Weeks Ago
    Douglas replied to a thread U.N. Bastards in Rant Room
    It is good to have factual-based discussions on topics that normally just evoke emotions which are exploited by the uncaring. Even I, who does a lot of reasearch, was caught out recently repeating a mantra (I was kind-of right but not totally accurate). Often, the public 'truth' is whatever has been repeated often on media, regardless of whether...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    2 Weeks Ago
    I've read of such schools in the past. They started, I think, in China and France had/have several based on a mix between the Chinese model and schools in south-east Europe (Hungary? Bulgaria? I can't remember). They work well but the intake has to be controlled. Not all children thrive in the environment and some completely ruin it. The worst...
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    2 Weeks Ago
    What Your Shoes Say About You (According to Guys!) | Glamour
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    2 Weeks Ago
    Douglas replied to a thread U.N. Bastards in Rant Room
    Bravo. It is always worth looking into statements. Do you speak Hungarian, or are you relying on media reports? I only know two Hungarians personally but anything I say of them would be mere instances. Anyone can find suffering individuals in any country but this can not be extrapolated. This post is about a blatant anti-father campaign. Does...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    2 Weeks Ago
    Douglas replied to a thread 10 Male Privileges in Why We're Here
    You have made posts on this site grumblimg at the way people interrupt threads you create with their pet issue. It's a pity you fall into the same behaviour that you dislike in others. For someone who so often talks against assuming that all of an organisation/movement is bad (or good) just because it sometimes is, you are very good at assuming...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    2 Weeks Ago
    Janice Fiamengo puts down the idea that equality, rather than merit or capability, has a place in the military. The Ottawa professor also promises more on related subjects in later videos to her series.
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    2 Weeks Ago
    Professor Fiamengo has somerhing to say on this subject area:
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    2 Weeks Ago
    Firstly, since men's rights are opposed by feminists and by the core tenets of feminism must be opposed, I don't really see this question as anything other than highly speculative, fictional and hypothetical. However, if we somehow ignore that many people fighting for men's rights don't even need to co-exist with feminists, they just need them...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    2 Weeks Ago
    Stephen Fry is usually polite but rarely politically correct, one might even say 'on purpose'. That makes him no friend of feminism. He often aligns himself with egalitarianism but has also made it clear many times that trying to simplify issues often makes matters worse. I'm surprised a man like him bothered with twittering in the first place.
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    2 Weeks Ago
    I don't watch many videos on male issues, since I can read faster than I can listen and I like to be able to check each statement made. The National Coalition For Men (NCFM) latest video was recommended to me and although there is little new there for me and the 10 matters raised are just a small sample, the presentation is helpful, the supporting...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    2 Weeks Ago
    Douglas replied to a thread International Free Bleeding in Stupidity
    I don't go along with the concept of banning literature. I prefer literature to be out in public even on topics I disagree with, enabling open debate on it and informed positions for or against what is proposed. Women obviously should not feel shame for what nature causes but like other bodily excretions, there is no need to be proud of them...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    2 Weeks Ago
    :welcome: Hi mariah. Fiminists declared the sex war (now called the 'gender war', because .. well I don't know, really) in the early 1980s. You are welcome to join a feminist forum and try to debate them on it but I think I know the outcome. This site has many forums and one is there just for feminists to present their opinion and support it...
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    2 Weeks Ago
    Marx replied to a thread Self Made Man: in Chit chat (MAIN)
    I've added a couple of tags to the thread to help locate the original...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    2 Weeks Ago
    Another aspect to the sexism on the definition of rape Ė that I hadn't previously tied in Ė is the 'victim compensation' available. Lana looked into this recently.
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    2 Weeks Ago
    I have been following the blow-up of this issue across States in the USA with some bemusement. Target apparently decided to go with the openness of their toilets so that, effectively, either sex could go into the other facility. Target customers, church-types and masculinists are not the only ones boycotting Target stores.If a person is truly...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    2 Weeks Ago
    Douglas replied to a thread Self Made Man: in Chit chat (MAIN)
    One has to wonder how accurate her observations were. It's one thing to pretend to be something, even for as long as 18 months (though she had relapses, including with a woman who turned her down as a man); it's different to be raised and live as a boy through to manhood. That said, Black Like Me, by John Howard Griffin, had useful overall...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    2 Weeks Ago
    Unlike some more enlightened jurisdictions, the UK's definition of rape defines men as the only ones capable of committing rape. This is loved by feminists who gleefully repeat the message that it is only men who have efer been convicted of rape. Moreover, when women rape either men or women, the possible charges carry lighter effective...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    2 Weeks Ago
    Another honest woman speaks up. Do Women Really Want Equality?
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    2 Weeks Ago
    While I won't deny that I am male and have masculine tendencies I have no reason to think I am motivated to 'shield' Lana. Indeed, it occured to me earlier today that I've recently been disagreeing with her rather a lot. I am motivated to protect this forum. I am also aware that an administrator or moderator can not easily discipline a thread...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    2 Weeks Ago
    I'm not going to get involved in this debate, which I have found interesting only because I have an interest in history but which has so little to do with this site's purpose. I will ask people not to get personal; this includes personalising someone's country of origin and then attacking it. Criticise a country (accurately) by all means but...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    2 Weeks Ago
    The feminist woman's amazing ability to claim selective 'equality' without ever admitting to hypocrisy is astounding. At one moment, she claims that women can do all that men can, at another claims that men are stronger and tougher (without ever admitting to any exceptions to that sexist claim), and at another moment she is implying the right of...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    2 Weeks Ago
    Ron, while I share your feelings about anyone being forced to go and kill people, or even being coereced into saying that they would be willing to do so, I think it fair to point out some wider background to this story. First, feminists in the 1980s did campaign to have women drafted, or to scrap the draft. The National Organization for Women...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    2 Weeks Ago
    I would love to pay you a visit in your idilic surroundings. Unfortunately, last time I went hitch-hiking with a sign for Tasmania, not a single person stopped to give me a lift.
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    2 Weeks Ago
    It wasn't just men who ended up being banned! Women at Harvard had a taste of equality .. and hundreds of them are loudly complaining. http://antimisandry.com/discrimination-sexist-double-standards/59979.htm
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    2 Weeks Ago
    I would think that it is quite reasonable for feminists not to see that their campaign would end in an unwanted equality. Around the world, feminists lobby, petition, campaign and originate legislation that advantages women only (at least, in immediate and obvious ways) and that often disadvantages men or at best simply gives men no equal...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    2 Weeks Ago
    Feminists at Harvard University have been complaining about male-only spaces for some years. Finally, the Dean has listened .. and set out to censure all single-sex clubs, male and female. As expected, there was a roar of protest from feminists and other students, who only want male spaces banned. Now hundreds of students are on the barricades,...
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    2 Weeks Ago
    Man-shaming your sex life is alive and well in our culture. But you donít have to listen to it. The feminist-inspired "good men project" web site published a letter from respected rights campaigner, Dean Esmay, to young men: Dear Young Man: You Don't Have to Sleep With Her if You Don't Want To.
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    Ron, your writing skills are matching your insight in that post! This is, to me at any rate, a revelation of the class I recently ascribed to the late great Angry Harry: something I read and think "of course" but which was not clear before. So, accepting that 'obvious' wisdom, it still leads to the question of how to educate them. The...
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    2 Weeks Ago
    I hadn't realised before but this is only the second forum post to be made on this site, with this software. (There was a previous site which this one grew from after a few months.) The first post? Here :)
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    2 Weeks Ago
    While I didn't get that implication at all, I also think it is irrelevant to the point. It is probably about as relevant a point for males that they would be better off - or not - getting a degree as it is for women. What we have, however, is millions of taxpayer's money being spent on encouraging females into university, doing anything from...
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    2 Weeks Ago
    I rarely indulge in the practice of arguing with feminists. I never hope to convince them and anyway my genuine focus is on men's rights. As anyone working for men's rights knows, you can't do so without feminists getting in the way, often deliberately and openly blocking your attempts to gain equality for men. So it's not that I don't have to...
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  • Douglas's Avatar
    2 Weeks Ago
    The problem the men's movement has is that of educating such people. It's not enough to just educate those who naively support a marxist insurrection disguising as 'equality for all' but everyone else (and I don't exclude even myself) needs exposure to truth, or to the various truths, and to be taught to examine ideologies closely before blindly...
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    2 Weeks Ago
    Breaking news on BBC this morning is about the Education Gap in higher education. This is something that several small organisations and individuals in the UK have been addressing, collectively and individually, but it is the first time I'm aware of any main media coverge. Up until this point, main media coverge has always been about...
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    2 Weeks Ago
    By Peter Ireland *, purveyor of common sense: The latest perk employees are leaning in for is called "pawternity leave." This is paid leave for new pet owners to have time to bond with their animal companions. To date it only applies to cats and dogs but supporters are leaning in for the inclusion of gold fish. Should new pet owners get...
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