Archives for the month of: May, 2013

Well today I just got my very first death threat here at Facts for equality. If you wish to know about  the threat just visit the previous post before this. Now if you want to know about her well here it is…

IP address Information

66.177.78.6

Residence: Jacksonville Florida 

She even uses Comcast as her internet provider.

Now to address her claims, of powerless women, tell me how is being the majority voter in every single election equal powerless? I mean the United States is a Federal Republic the voters more or less hold power. So men clearly don’t hold any true power since women can easily vote the men in office out via what is called “impeachment”. 

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Feminist male-perpetration patriarchy theory shares many characteristics with what most people would describe as “conspiracy theories.”  It would not, in our eyes, be terribly unreasonable to describe many formulations thereof as being close enough to warrant the label.  (Weasel words, yes, but important ones.)

When we look at conspiracy theories, there are a few key elements.  The first is extremely high-level efficient covert organization, the “shadowy cabal” so to speak.  The second is the clear division of the world into “good” and “bad” elements, creating an inherent moral simplicity and tracing all “evil” (so to speak) back to the supposed conspirators.  The third is the concept of overwhelming odds, the idea that the “whistleblower” group is inherently fighting an asymmetric battle against a vastly superior foe.  Two other characteristics are often (but not always) present: the argument of antiquity (ancient conspiracy), and the lack of factual or evidentiary support.  (The latter is generally present, but one example of a factually-supported conspiracy would be Watergate.)  There are many other common characteristics, but we’d describe these ones as the “core” of what makes a conspiracy theory what it is.

So does male-perpetration patriarchy theory meet these criteria?  We [Masculists]would argue that the answer is probably “yes.”

The first criteria is the most obvious: patriarchy theory, in essence, makes the claim that since before the beginning of recorded history men as a class have conspired to subjugate women, have succeeded almost completely and universally, and have done so without any evidence of such a conspiracy ever coming to light. They’ve succeeded at doing this despite (for most of history) having no way to communicate with each other over the wider world, and have never (to current knowledge) been overthrown in any major society.  The second isn’t hard to see either.  Male-perpetration patriarchy theory neatly divides the world into an “oppressed” and an “oppressor” group, which are conveniently split along sex/gender lines.  Virtually all the evil in the world can be ascribed to the “patriarchy,” which in context is basically equivalent to “men.”

So what about the “underdog” viewpoint?  Frankly, it’s not hard to see either.  Feminism is one of the dominant social ideologies of our time, receives millions (directly and indirectly) of dollars in government funding, and has more lobbying power than any other social movement we can think of.  It’s wrought incredible change on our society, both for the better and (all-too-often) for the worse, and it’s been steadily gaining influence throughout the last five decades.  Despite this, many feminists basically claim that nothing’s changed, that society is still completely against them and that they’re a small group of valiant freedom fighters rather than an extremely well-funded lobby industry feared by pretty much everyone.  Feminism, in short, ignores its own power and influence.

The remaining two are pretty simple.  The “patriarchy” is generally accepted as coming from antiquity, no meaningful evidence of a global male conspiracy to oppress women, and much feminist evidence regarding the current status of women and men is severely tainted.

Latour’s assertion that conspiracy theorism is to a degree derived from Marxist-inspired critical theory is particularly interesting given the context, as that same theory is a pretty fundamental part of most modern feminism.  Surprising?  Not really.  This is something that has in the past affected a number of human rights movements.  Most, however, have largely outgrown it.  Feminism, unfortunately, has not.

Have you ever given any thought as to why feminism is a bad word? I could honestly sit here all day and quote feminism’s founders and leaders. I will quote them, but first of all one must also look at the actions of feminism. Sitting around all day and quoting the feminist war machine is a far too simple argument to be the only force in debunking the myth of Patriarchy.

“All men are rapists and that’s all they are.” 
Marilyn French, Author; (later, advisor to Al Gore’s Presidential Campaign.)

“We live, I am trying to say, in an epidemic of male violence against women.” 
Katha Pollitt.

“All sex, even consensual sex between a married couple, is an act of violence perpetrated against a woman.” 
Catherine MacKinnon

“I believe that women have a capacity for understanding and compassion which man structurally does not have, does not have it because he cannot have it. He’s just incapable of it.” 
Former Congresswoman Barbara Jordan.

“The traditional flowers of courtship are the traditional flowers of the grave, delivered to the victim before the kill. The cadaver is dressed up and made up and laid down and ritually violated and consecrated to an eternity of being used.” 
Andrea Dworkin

“The media treat male assaults on women like rape, beating, and murder of wives and female lovers, or male incest with children, as individual aberrations…obscuring the fact that all male violence toward women is part of a concerted campaign.” 
Marilyn French

“Probably the only place where a man can feel really secure is in a maximum security prison, except for the imminent threat of release.” 
Germaine Greer.

“Men who are unjustly accused of rape can sometimes gain from the experience.” 
Catherine Comin, Vassar College. Assistant Dean of Students.

“Men renounce whatever they have in common with women so as to experience no commonality with women; and what is left…is one piece of flesh a few inches long, the penis. The penis is the man; the man is human; the penis signifies humanity.” 
Andrea Dworkin

“You grow up with your father holding you down and covering your mouth so another man can make a horrible searing pain between your legs.”
Catherine MacKinnon (Prominent legal feminist scholar; University of Michigan, & Yale.)

“Man-hating is everywhere, but everywhere it is twisted and transformed, disguised, tranquilized, and qualified. It coexists, never peacefully, with the love, desire, respect, and need women also feel for men. Always man-hating is shadowed by its milder, more diplomatic and doubtful twin, ambivalence.” 
Judith Levine

“Men’s sexuality is mean and violent, and men so powerful that they can ‘reach WITHIN women to fuck/construct us from the inside out.’ Satan-like, men possess women, making their wicked fantasies and desires women’s own. A woman who has sex with a man, therefore, does so against her will, ‘even if she does not feel forced.’ 
Judith Levine, (explicating comment profiling prevailing misandry.)

In this list you not only see hate quotes from feminist leaders you also see their positions within the United States government, as well as some of the world’s most respected educational institutions in history. Is it any wonder men are not enrolling in college when their professors are such hateful bigots. The group called NOW with its 550,000 plus feminists have been waging a war against father’s rights.

What is so terrible about father’s having rights feminism? Yes I am addressing every single feminist alive on this question. If you wonder why I’ll tell you, the view this bill which will assist fathers in low income status to have money to use to aid their children. NOW calls it a trickle down economic scam. Despite the fact they Support the VAWA which is actually a far larger waste of money. Oddly the majority of American women are completely inept and should be kept as far from their children as possible.

Feminism is the work place

In modern time we have women and men working together; however, this isn’t because women are doing all they can to work hard and prove their equality to men. Feminists have the common attitude that women shouldn’t have to fight for everything they accomplish in life, this is of course the way men get around in the work place. Most women are psychologically unfit to handle the rigors of the work place. There are two types of work place sexual harassment from what I’ve seen, one the “sleep with me or lose your job” and the other is hostile work environments.

Men when working in any setting are almost always likely to abuse, intimidate, and degrade other men. These are a repertoire of competitive tactics employed by men in competitive situations. Feminism has earned itself the title of a bad word when these tactics are used on women in a competitive work place. How is it not equality when a man treats a woman the way he treats a man?

I just love to imagine for a moment what work would be like with women in the office, and these women are compelled to actually do their jobs, because they lack sex discrimination legislation to force employers to hire them. No sudden backlog because a co-worker has to take time off to look after her child who caught the flu at his day care center. No random outbursts of emotion because you failed to anticipate a working woman’s delicate feelings. No worrying that a casual joke will result in accusations of “sexual harassment”.

Of course feminist argue that women can’t afford not to work in modern times. This is true but the reality is that this is their fault. They created a mythical wage gapscreaming equal pay for equal work. Oddly the issue of pay was that married men made more money than an unmarried man. This was what America’s labor unions had created shortly after world war 2 to rebuild America’s family unit. The average Blue collar worker in 1960s could easily provide for a family. After feminism created the equal pay for equal work wage gap myth this came to an end and saw a massive rise in inflation. Women started getting bombarded by a new role made by feminism. The new free woman could work and have a family, this inflated prices of things like houses and cars by dragging naive women into the workplace, sellers were free to base their prices on the two-income family.

False Rape Culture

Feminist believe in a mythical land called rape culture where all men are taught to rape and that rape is a rewarded behavior. As for the roles of men and women, in this culture all the men are rapists and all women are victims. Feminist retard Anita Sarkeesian on her youtube series states proudly that false rape accusation are dangerous fallacies as only 2% of rapes charges are false, as women don’t wish to face the humiliation of a man’s right to due process. She says this time and again even though police departments across the country report that 45% of their rape cases are false, this is a monthly number by the way.

Feminist claim that women have no reason to lie about being raped. The reality is that women have plenty of reason to lie about rape most of the time a woman will be paid in money or some for of legal trade for being a rape victim. The most recent case is that of Brian Banks a high school football star who was once one of the most highly sought after athletes in the nation. He has had a rape charge against him dropped after the woman confessed on Facebook that the rape never happened. Thanks to feminism, the lying whore Wanetta Gibson, and their media fools Brian Banks, who is now 26-years old, and spent six years in prison for a woman’s lie has no wide spread media coverage and is still labeled a sex offender for a crime he never committed.

After charges against him were dropped Brian broke down in tears “There are no words in any language, no gesture in any culture that can explain or describe what I have been through,” said Banks. “I hope my story brings light to a major flaw in the judicial system.”

Sadly for Banks the feminists are claiming this is a mere mistake on the Justice system’s part and has nothing to do with the lying whore Wanetta Gibson that received 1.5 billion dollars for accusing him of rape. Before this whore ruined him Banks was a football star with dreams of playing in the NFL, and even had several leads. He was only 16 when the woman accused him of kidnapping and raping her at school. The woman, Wanetta Gibson, added him as a friend on Facebook and in a message said she wanted to “let bygones be bygones”. There is one very good reason why a woman would lie about rape, she will get millions of dollars if she can get a man convicted of a crime.

When Feminists get the chance to change a legal definition of rape.

MRAs and egalitarians have also been crowing about it, for somewhat different reasons: for the first time, thanks to feminism this new definition acknowledges that men can be raped.

But does it, really? Well, sort of. Let’s look at the possible cases of “rape” in the definition. Penetration, penetration, penetration. All three cases require penetration. Let’s actually make a chart comparing what is and isn’t rape if it happens to one sex or the other, presuming the attacker is a member of the opposite sex.

Act Female Male

Forced Heterosexual Intercourse Rape Not Rape
Forced Oral (Giving) Rape Possibly Rape*
Forced Oral (Recieving) Possibly Rape* Not Rape
Forced Manual (Giving) Not Rape Not Rape
Forced Manual (Recieving) Rape Not Rape
Forced Anal (Giving) Not Rape Not Rape
Forced Anal (Recieving) Rape Rape

*For men, being forced to give oral would potentially count if any portion of the woman’s genitals entered his mouth assuming they considered that to be “penetration”, but it’s possible to perform oral sex on a woman without her labia entering your mouth. For women, being forced to receive oral would count if the man’s tongue entered the vagina.

Funny thing, that. Out of seven categories, for the exact same acts, men are labeled as victims in one or possibly two, and women are labeled as victims in four or possibly five. Same acts. Only one act (receiving forced anal) would be considered rape for both, and only two (being forced to perform manual or anal sex on someone) would be considered not to be rape for both. In every other category, the act performed on a woman would be considered rape, and the act performed on a man would notLet’s look at this situation.

They were both drunk, so while I may not agree with it we accept that both of them are unable to consent. Since we know they couldn’t have consented, we look up at the chart. ”Forced heterosexual intercourse”, what do we have? According to the definition, she was raped but he wasn’t. Wait, what?

  • They both got drunk.
  • He was more drunk than her.
  • She made sexual advances.
  • She got on top of him.
  • She fucked him.

But he’s the rapist and she’s the victim? What. The. Everloving. Fuck.

When Women do rape men or boys

When women rape men the women usually end up receiving child support even if the man makes the plea that he was raped by her. That just doesn’t matter, and in cases like LANCASTER, Ohio where a 21 year old woman is being sued for the custody of her duaghter by the 15 year old father’s parents. This 21 year old woman claims to love the 15 year old father of her child very much but already has a live in boyfriend acting as step father.

What feminists have to say about little boys

Beyond call infant boys rapists the ladies of Feministing, have the following to say about their sons.

My son is beautiful, smart, and extremely capable. Obviously, this terrifies me. I have spent a lot of time asking myself this very, very important question: How do I teach my son to not abuse his privilege?

To be sure, I recognize the privilege my son received by accident of birth. He was born to two white, middle-class parents. I have a college education, as does my current partner and my son’s father. He is an only child, and has four grandparents in his life that absolutely dote on him. There is a never-ending supply of love, learning, and involvement. My son has opportunities that many children are not blessed with.

Wow terrified and scared because your son is smart, and capable really what the hell does this mean she thinks he’s a rapist at whatever fucking age he is long before he even calls his penis anything other than pee-pee. I am not too sure how to adress the second thing these women have to say about a boy.

We recently purchased a house, and to make the transition easier for him, we allowed my son to pick whatever color he wanted to paint his room. He originally picked pink. (My son adores pink, and spent most of his toddlerhood wearing pink and purple pajamas.) I agonized over the choice. There was a part of me that was overjoyed…my son obviously is confident in what he likes, and doesn’t feel the need to conform to what the world tells him about being a BOY. However, I flashed forward to the time when he would invite his male friends over, and they would tease him endlessly about having a “girly” room. The thought of my child being the subject of ridicule is horrifying, as I’m sure any parent can attest to. (Plus, who wants to repaint when he changes his mind in 6 months?!) Ultimately, he chose orange walls and pink trim. I still think about this incident, though, and ponder what it means to try to balance feminist parenting with living in the “real world” where kids can and do get hurt for being different.

Really this kid is not going to have any friends after they see his room is pink! Also being made fun of is a part of life, we need to be mocked and harrased just enough in our youth that we strive to prove those who mocked us wrong. Be luaghed at for not having enough strenght to do a push up in 1st grade made me determeined to be healthy and fit, while the boy who mocked me is now a fat writer for a local paper who can’t even imagine why or how I would do 40 push ups a day after waking up. The next point she makes is,

My son is very sensitive. He cries easily, gets his feelings hurt often, and is generally more attuned to what is going on with people’s emotions around him. He has always been kind of my little empath, reacting to the world around him and showing every bit of what he’s feeling to anyone who may be paying attention. This causes MANY of the people around him, especially older men, to be very troubled by his shows of emotion. He has been told more times than I can count to “toughen up”, “act like a boy”, and “don’t act like such a baby, girl, (insert insulting feminine word here).” I get very frustrated trying to teach him that it is OK to be that way, no matter what the world is telling him he *should* act like. I am actually very surprised that more of the behavior hasn’t been conditioned out of him yet. I hope that reflects my never-ending support in him and how he choses to display himself. I dread the day when all the conditioning he has received about how to “act like a man” starts to take hold, and I see my beautiful son start trying to hide his emotions.

While I agree we shouldn’t hide our feelings or emotions and supress them till we crack. I do think that we need to realize crying about things will not make them better. When a recruit is told to climb a rope in boot camp and his hands hurt bad crying won’t get him up the rope. As for the empath thing really that isn’t completely accurate lady empaths can project their emotions onto others please learn to read before you write.

I am very careful to correct people (mostly people that I know, although I have done it to strangers) when they ask my son “Oh, do you have a girlfriend?” that I do not presume my son’s sexuality, and he may very well end up with a boyfriend, or not want to have a partner at all. This is usually met with eyerolls or stern looks.

Alright we get you want your son to be the embodiment of the stereotypical gay man! Raising a boy to be a girl or raising a boy to be a homosexual is child abuse you cannot force gender or sexual prefference on a child.

Blaming men for everything bad in life

This is my bigest fucking issue with the feminist movement, they can’t seem to accept their own failures as their own. Not only are tehy not to blame for their actions but when women murder anyone for any reason they will blame some guy for the crime. When Andrea Yates murdered all of her children, feminists said ‘it was the husband’s fault’ for leaving her alone at home 
with the children. Really so four innocent little boys were stripped of their lives because daddy had to work. say what you want about feminism but if women in general have this idea in their heads that they don’t have to raise their children what does it say about us as a people?

In all this blaming men for everything in life is analogous to Hitler and the Jews. Women are not in politics enough, the reason must be a man god forbid the reason be most women don’t want to endure the mud slinging that comes with running for office. Women aren’t majoring in math and science enough, blame a man god forbid it be the fact women seem to cling to the less difficult Women’s studies course in college. In all feminists really need to start being a little more thankful to men. We never held you back we just kept you safe even if we had to die a slow death in freezing waters so you could get off the boat.

The reality of life today is that men are even more oppressed by a social and legal system in which feminists have contributed too. Men are just as likely to be abused by a woman in a relationship as women. False Rape accusations are not at 2% and the fact women are getting away with felony fraud means real rape victims male and female will not receive the concern they should, and I can’t blame the police after all they did just waste a lot of money on the last liar who walked in the doors. Feminists need to wake up most of the issues they believe in are dead or are not caused by sexism. It is a movement failing to adapt much less expand its frame of mind.

Rape and Death Threats 
Feminist child abuse

I’m sure there’s a reason that Katie made this ridiculous statement… right? Maybe it’s because feminists have a tendency of labeling any form of dissenter as an MRA. It sure is an interesting but downright vile shaming tactic. The thought process works something like this;

MRA = MRA
Egalitarian = MRA
Anti-Feminist = MRA
Misogynist = MRA
Rapist = MRA
Any cis male who disagrees with a feminist = MRA

But the mental gymnastics don’t stop there. According to feminists, given the above;

MRA = Anti-Feminist
MRA = Misogynist
MRA = Rapist
MRA = Cis male

All in all it’s just a giant ad hominem attack derived from pure bias. The goal is to simply make MRAs look bad as opposed to actually refuting their arguments – something feminists have, time and time again, been unable to do.

The Jezebel article in question is defending a woman who;

Showed up to a men’s rights event with the intent of silencing it
Had her cronies pull the fire alarm in attempts to shut down the talks
Screamed “Shut the fuck up! Shut the fuck up!” at anyone who attempted to argue with her
Sang “cry me a river” when the high rate of male suicides was brought up
Generally behaved like a screeching harpy
The article goes on to continually make the same fallacious argument I just spoke of; Anyone who doxxed her or threatened her ( whether they were just random internet users or nutcases from 4chan) were referred to as MRAs – regardless of whether they were actually MRAs or not. And you know what? Given her atrocious behaviour, nicknames such as “Little Red Frothing Fornication Mouth” are pretty damn accurate.

What I find interesting is that you are somehow blissfully unaware of how feminists treat dissenters on Tumblr. Take a look in the “kill all men”, “feminism”, “misandry” and even the “MRA” or “men’s rights activist” tags and you’ll see what I’m talking about. Of course Jezebel is a site that condones rape and murder of men and boys. So even if the men who did this were MRAs then well it would only be a thing called “what goes around comes around”  

This is what she says about me 

xxxdude – For being blatantly sexist, objectifying women, all while claiming that feminism is to blame for all of his problems and whining for being called out on his BS. He actually blocked me first, after spamming my inbox with messages that went unanswered (a number of them amounted to “why don’t you like me?”) He then called me a coward. For what? Who knows. Then, when I created the DA group, Childfree Visibility, and made it an affiliate with another group, Childfree-Club, he ran off and created a page that was all about how women exist for the pleasure of men, and then got the admin of Childfree-Club to make it an affiliate.) The info page of the sexist group was lifted right off the info page of the group I had just created the day prior (with a few edits, obviously,) making it a blatant trolling attempt directed specifically at me. This person HATES women, and loves pretending to be the victim when none of them want him.

I do objectify women its called human sexual desire, the funny thing is I defended her from a breeder man so what does that say about her? Oddly I never said why don’t you like me, I said I don’t like you and you don’t like me this the apex of idiocy and/or her need to be the victim. This group isn’t about women being pleasure objects for men, its about men and women hearing the truth and about helping them both have random sex. Over all she has a tad narcissistic personality,and could use some help