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  • 24th-November-2009
    6ame

    Re: On becoming a man

    What's 4 + 4?
    Here's my man Chris Rock with the answer.
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xz1gCLXxxnc"]YouTube- Chris Rock's Message To Wannabe Single Mums[/ame]
  • 24th-November-2009
    Incognito

    Re: On becoming a man

    Quote Quote from flynvfae View Post
    so what can women do to help the fatherless?
    Women can make every effort to facilitate dad being an active part of the children's lives. She can encourage healthy male role models to be an active part of the children's lives if dad cannot or chooses not to be around.

    Men can be mentors.
  • 24th-November-2009
    RebelliousVanilla

    Re: On becoming a man

    Quote Quote from MikeT View Post
    Only a man can raise a boy to be a man.

    Can you imagine a woman teaching a young guy about how to shave thier face?

    When some women don't even understand thier own bodies/genitalia, they profess to know the male body.

    Ask a feminist these points, chances are you'll get either a blank stare or some sort of a loud verbal tirade about how women are mothers, therefore they know everything.
    I think a woman can raise a boy to be a man. But not the average woman and especially not a feminist. Just like a father can raise a daughter by himself with a lot more effort. The problem with single parent homes is that the parent has to do both roles, not more of the role they know. The sooner these idiots will learn that fathers are needed to have functioning children, the better. The state subsidizing single motherhood isn't a benefit either.
  • 24th-November-2009
    MikeT

    Re: On becoming a man

    Only a man can raise a boy to be a man.

    Can you imagine a woman teaching a young guy about how to shave thier face?

    When some women don't even understand thier own bodies/genitalia, they profess to know the male body.

    Ask a feminist these points, chances are you'll get either a blank stare or some sort of a loud verbal tirade about how women are mothers, therefore they know everything.
  • 24th-November-2009
    Zuberi

    Re: On becoming a man

    It takes a man to raise a boy to become a man!

    As for me, I am a man by my on definition AND NOT SOCIETY'S!!!!!!!!
  • 24th-November-2009
    flynvfae

    Re: On becoming a man

    Quote Quote from shaazam View Post
    and try and avoid signing the wimyns' peonage contract ( passed of as a marrige contract by the shelL trick feminit exponents of cunning conning and guile)
    so its better for men not to get married and have kids? i think that goes against the whole topic here... but correct me if i'm wrong
  • 24th-November-2009
    shaazam

    Re: On becoming a man

    one expedient boys might employ to surviving to manhood is to consider 100% of wimyns' studies publications as 200% baloney and try and avoid signing the wimyns' peonage contract ( passed of as a marrige contract by the shelL trick feminit exponents of cunning conning and guile)

    this would begin by using the pages of the Female Eunuch as third rate bum fodder
  • 24th-November-2009
    flynvfae

    Re: On becoming a man

    so what can women do to help the fatherless?
  • 24th-November-2009
    flynvfae

    Re: On becoming a man

    Quote Quote from fcb98292 View Post
    Single mothers do not have what it takes to raise a boy to be a man. Their instruction is full of how not to be a man, and devoid of the only real-life example that boy craves for. Way to go, feminist pig fuckups.
    where are the men?
  • 25th-July-2009
    MikeT

    Re: On becoming a man

    Interesting thing Percy.
    In this day and age, we have boys that aren't even allowed to grow up as boys, let alone men later on.
    The education system has more or less washed any idea of masculinity of boys, by giving them detentions for "playing too rough", "disrupting the class" (mainly because they are bored with what is being taught to them).

    The idea that boys can be effectively educated in what has become a pro-Female teacher/ pro-Female student system, is nothing short of lunacy.

    Of course, if it was the other way around, it would need to be fixed.

    But I digress, how does one actually be a "man " these days, everyone under the sun seems to have thier own opinion and we all know what Uncle Harry said about them.

    But you have to have good male role models for boys to base themselves on, for a start.

    I see no-one there at the moment, mainly because the popular media only focusses on the bad men, the hard working men that work day in, day out are avoided, because it would make the media's poster boys look bad.

    Bill that lives down the road here is what I would call a "man".
    He is retired (62) and has his grand-kids over quite regularly.
    He has taught his grand-children (11 and 13, female and male respectively) how to work with woodworking gear, respect for safety measures and a clean working ethic.
    I was bloody amazed when I called in on Bill last weekend, the kids showed me what they had built that day, damn it I could not have built what they did better myself.
    Not a wood shaving anywhere.

    Kids aren't stupid, they identify with who they can fit in with.
  • 24th-July-2009
    Zuberi

    Re: On becoming a man

    Then you won't like the rednecks in my country!!
  • 24th-July-2009
    haahoo

    Re: On becoming a man

    Single mothers CAN raise good men, but it is not very likely that they will be able to do this!

    The odds, are poor..

    The SMS brigade raise substandard males, and slag daughters.

    They program the state's shite directly into their own kids, or, they completely fail to filiter it out..

    Fathers are essential to keep the shit from their kids..

    Unless, of course, the kids have the misfortune to be have a mangina "father" (figure!)..

    The odds of such increase with each additional generation raised under SMS control..

    Not only should the SMS not be allowed to head their families (the fathers should be doing this), they should not be allowed to influence other young men either..

    Any young man listening to a Single Mother Slapper is a fool.

    They are fit for very little, above the level of what a sheep would be equally useful for!

    All they have, is what they have been given, or got the state to rob for them..
  • 24th-July-2009
    fcb98292

    Re: On becoming a man

    Single mothers do not have what it takes to raise a boy to be a man. Their instruction is full of how not to be a man, and devoid of the only real-life example that boy craves for. Way to go, feminist pig fuckups.

    Quote Quote from Marx View Post
    He got all kinds of cleaning equipment out and sat by me as he barked at me where to clean next.
    I never barked at my sons. Fear is only a good teacher in survival mode. I cleaned it with him until he learned how. If he willingly defied the instruction, he still didn't get barked at. He got spanked. It usually only took once.
  • 24th-July-2009
    Marx

    Re: On becoming a man

    I realise it's not quite the same thing, but I went from living in a single parent home to living in foster care... And I saw the difference it made to myself, both at the time and in hindsight.

    Despite all the feminists claims that many Mothers are also Fathers, they simply cannot do it like a having a Dad around for real.

    The two scenarios are worlds apart.

    And as the author explains, I was a very naughty boy prior to going into care.

    I recall a time when I had been to my Sister's house (also in foster care), and we'd rode our bikes to my home. Due to the weather, my foster parents gave her a lift home. As her bike was at mine, I offered to clean it for her.

    Big mistake.

    Initially, I wiped it over and in my eyes it was clean and done. My foster dad came out, looked at it and said "Nice start... now finish cleaning it"

    I was baffled - it was clean.

    His definition and my definition of clean were clearly not compatible. He got all kinds of cleaning equipment out and sat by me as he barked at me where to clean next.

    By God, my fingers & thumbs were aching by the time I'd finished.. it looked like a brand new bike. I was really pissed off. And I never offered to clean her bike again.
  • 24th-July-2009
    shaazam

    Re: On becoming a man

    boys have a hard time growing up to traditional manhood as such traits are crushed early by their new age feminit amoral ball breaking single mothers - sad to say

    they may even have the double misfortunate to be raised by two dykes who have received a sperm donation from some gay guy
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