I’m sure some old wrinkled up, STD, ex-party party girl would love to move into my home and begin diverting my income for her own use but I don’t really see a benefit for me in that deal.
And that headline is no exaggeration:
As always, check out Man Boobz for the whole story. He really nails the whole men’s rights “movement” down with just a few sentences:
Doxxing by Men’s Rights Activists isn’t an accident; it’s the inevitable result of the peculiar style of Men’s Rights Activism.
MRAs, you see, seem utterly incapable of engaging in any kind of activism that might actually benefit men in the real world in any concrete manner. What they as a group specialize in is demonizing women, and in the case of too many MRAS, nothing gets their activist juices flowing faster than the opportunity to attack an individual woman.
That’s why A Voice for Men “activists” put up “wanted” style posters featuring their favorite feminist villains of the day; it’s why they started Register-Her.com. That’s why a certain red-haired Canadian activist who yelled at some MRAs once at a protest now finds her image splashed everywhere online as a visual representation of an evil feminist. That’s why MRAs show up at protests with cameras and threaten to expose the women they film — even if they’ve done nothing more than stand there with a sign.
And that’s why they doxx.
The Men’s Rights movement isn’t a civil rights movement. As it stands right now, it’s a union of abusers, and their enablers.
It’s Equal Pay Day – a day that shows how far into 2013 women must work to earn what men earned in 2012. After all, women still make just 77 cents to a man’s dollar. This gender gap affects women (and their families) from all backgrounds, ages, and at all levels of education – and it’s unacceptable.
Re-blogging because (unfortunately) this is still a thing.
I love that men’s rights activists cannot understand this most basic of concepts. Nothing gets them to demonstrate just how little they care about human rights and equality like the idea of equal pay. Additionally, nothing harms their public image more than their reactionary responses to addressing this issue.
Anonymous asked: knowing literally 0% about the MRA and running an MRA blog 0/10 would not recommend
I think quoting men’s rights activists verbatim and in context is good enough for me (and all the people who follow this blog apparently!).
If you have any suggestions on how to improve this blog though, I’d love to hear them.
Anonymous asked: Something that I wasn't really involved in, until recently got me thinking. A woman doesn't have to notify the man that they have conceived a child together. She doesn't have to get his agreement for an abortion either. I think that's awful. He was just as much involved in creating the life, shouldn't he be as involved in potentially destroying it?
However, I am fully in support of better male birth control like RISUG or Vasalgel along with far better sex ed and universal access to all kinds of birth control.
Anonymous asked: How do MRAS even like... date? They hate women and most seem terribly homophobic so they're not dating each other. It sincerely surprises me when I see a woman with one of these people. I think "Do you know how he feels about you? Do you agree?"
Well, the vast majority of men’s rights activists don’t date. They try to avoid interacting with women as much as possible unless those women don’t challenge their worldviews. That lack of exposure to women also perpetuates how they feel about women (and that in turn perpetuates that lack of exposure).
The very few women who do hang around have a whole lot of internalized sexism.
You know what they would want to change the world to if they could? It would be something like this one.
Anonymous asked: Have you seen wicciantje's responses to your stuff? So much internalized misogyny it hurts.
I don’t really know how to use Tumblr so I guess I am missing out on all this quality content! I just sorta post it and sit back and be all amazed that people are even reading anything I post. The internet sorta blows my mind 24/7.
"Men going their own way" is the saddest and funniest thing ever. At least they’re not bitter, right? Here’s the full comment:
I hate [women] because most of them acted like stuck up cunts when they were young and hot. Then they hit 30+ and decide to settle down, and when there are no men to settle down, they start shaming men.This is where most of my hate/negativity comes from, the fact that these women feel entitled to “good” men after having spent the last 15-20 years telling guys “just because you bought me a drink/dinner doesn’t mean I owe you sex”.
And every woman acts this way. Oh you want to slut it up? Sure go ahead and be a cum rag, but I would never date a cum rag. And how would they react to that? “Oh well that’s your preference and you’re entitled to it”. Yeah right, they’d flip their shit and go into shaming language ahoy.
The reason I derive so much pleasure from this is because for the first time in their lives women are being held accountable for their actions. And they don’t fucking like it. Remember when some girl/woman got you in trouble for just crying while you weren’t in the wrong? This is fucking payback.
It’s as if they really think Revenge of the Nerds is a reflection of reality and not a comedy movie.
Manboobz has more, so much more.
The Onion does it again:
“Here you’ve got a generation of boys who will grow up looking at women in the media and seeing flaws here, flaws there, flaws everywhere—what are they supposed to think?” said Hillard, who noted that his 12-year-old son is just now beginning to objectify women and that such portrayals could grossly alter what he perceives as an idealized female form for the rest of his life. “That’s why it’s more important than ever to empower men so they can teach themselves to ignore these ads and images.”