Monthly Archives: December 2019

Why It Is Not A Good Idea To Hate All Men.

Men are socialized by fathers and other men to withstand verbal abuse. Feminists can get away with hating most men because most men permit this to a certain extent. Men pride themselves on putting up with being put down or … Continue reading

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Feminism’s “Ways of Knowing” Is Only Paranoid Egocentricity!

Feminism’s “Ways of Knowing” Is Only Paranoid Egocentricity! Part One: Western societies’ formal scientific thinking is disowned by feminism which associates science as an extension of The Patriarchy, and male hegemonic control over women. Feminism casts hundreds of years of … Continue reading

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Feminists Use Education to Seize Power By Eliminating Men.

Feminists have pushed valuing equality and inclusion of marginalized groups throughout the educational process, resulting in the exclusion of boys and men from educational attainment and achievement. The end result is fewer educationally credentialed men who are not able to … Continue reading

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Feminists’ Extremist Man-Hating Language Fails to Mask the Real Damages They Do To Men.

Part One: Feminists’ Extremist Man-Hating Language. From Ava Brighton’s videos: A teacher told her classroom that men should be castrated at birth to prevent men from having testosterone and to prevent their development into men who will become sexist and … Continue reading

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Vietnam, The Draft, Disposable Men, Protected Women, Growing a Pacifist.

  Part 1, Vietnam, The Draft, Opposition to war. In the early 60’s after JFK had been assassinated, Johnson greatly expanded the undeclared war in Vietnam. With media reporting increasing deployments and the creation of the military draft, my family … Continue reading

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Privileged? Or, doing the dirty, dangerous work men must do?

When I worked as a social worker for an agency that helped sick people, I travelled to and from all five boroughs of New York City in the 1980s. I realized that I was being given cases which the women … Continue reading

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Why Are More Men Joining the Men’s Rights Movement Now? “I thought I was alone.”

I ask myself why more men are joining the men’s rights movement at this time. I refer to my own experience in order to use what happened to me, my own process—as a template or example to explain why more … Continue reading

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