August 22, 2014
When men’s rights activists are asked which gender they would choose if they could choose their gender, this is the top response:



I would totally choose to be a female without a second thought.
I’m a 47 year old male spending my life working until I am able to accumulate enough money so I don’t have to work anymore. If I were a woman, I could get married, quit my job and let my husband support me… and no one would bat an eye.
And if I grew tired of him, I could divorce him, get half the marital assets and have him cut me a check for the rest of his life while I had absolutely no further obligations to him.
Basically, as a woman, I could have everythingright nowthat, as a man, I have to work my entire life to achieve.





Anyone else get the feeling that men’s rights activists get their entire worldview from 90’s sitcoms?

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When men’s rights activists are asked which gender they would choose if they could choose their gender, this is the top response:

I would totally choose to be a female without a second thought.

I’m a 47 year old male spending my life working until I am able to accumulate enough money so I don’t have to work anymore. If I were a woman, I could get married, quit my job and let my husband support me… and no one would bat an eye.

And if I grew tired of him, I could divorce him, get half the marital assets and have him cut me a check for the rest of his life while I had absolutely no further obligations to him.

Basically, as a woman, I could have everythingright nowthat, as a man, I have to work my entire life to achieve.

Anyone else get the feeling that men’s rights activists get their entire worldview from 90’s sitcoms?

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August 12, 2014

Anonymous said: I see a lot of MRA s talk about how unfair it is for women to be able to get an abortion and the fathers to have no say in the matter... do you realize that every state has a law were the father can sign away the rights to his child - he does not have to pay child support but also has no legal right to come into contact with the child ever - Basically, having what I like to call a 'male abortion'. so, really, the whole argument surrounding that 'issue' is invalid. Thank you and good night

Thanks for the clarification!

August 6, 2014
This is what men’s rights activist ConfirmedCynic had to say in response to a woman documenting her experiences of street harassment:

It’s kind of like going down the street with a compressed air horn in hand, and then getting pissed off when people look at you as you keep sounding it.

Look at those heartwarming upvotes!
Isn’t it wonderful that the men’s rights movement provides human rights advocacy for tragically oppressed groups as diverse as men who abuse women along with men who harass women?
There are more jewels of white men’s rights activism in the original source that I’ll be posting soon.
Source

This is what men’s rights activist ConfirmedCynic had to say in response to a woman documenting her experiences of street harassment:

It’s kind of like going down the street with a compressed air horn in hand, and then getting pissed off when people look at you as you keep sounding it.

Look at those heartwarming upvotes!

Isn’t it wonderful that the men’s rights movement provides human rights advocacy for tragically oppressed groups as diverse as men who abuse women along with men who harass women?

There are more jewels of white men’s rights activism in the original source that I’ll be posting soon.

Source

July 26, 2014
Example #240239 why the men’s rights movement is also known as the “abuser’s lobby”:



My boxing class is mixed, i genuinely love seeing new women join up thinking they are tough and a force to be reckoned with, and the look on their face once they get hit is hilarious.
most women have never actually been hit, and they are still only getting hit lightly by us in sparring, but still the tears and shock is beautiful to see.
also enjoy it when karate types who have never been hit properly think they are hot shit, and their face after taking a pretty decent power punch for the first time.
i always cherish those moments





…Huh. That totally sounds like a well adjusted member of a human rights movement.
Don’t forget everyone, women have never actually been hit. You know it’s true because it got upvoted by the men’s rights community.
Source (Via)

Example #240239 why the men’s rights movement is also known as the “abuser’s lobby”:

My boxing class is mixed, i genuinely love seeing new women join up thinking they are tough and a force to be reckoned with, and the look on their face once they get hit is hilarious.

most women have never actually been hit, and they are still only getting hit lightly by us in sparring, but still the tears and shock is beautiful to see.

also enjoy it when karate types who have never been hit properly think they are hot shit, and their face after taking a pretty decent power punch for the first time.

i always cherish those moments

…Huh. That totally sounds like a well adjusted member of a human rights movement.

Don’t forget everyone, women have never actually been hit. You know it’s true because it got upvoted by the men’s rights community.

Source (Via)

July 14, 2014
There is nothing simultaneously sadder and funnier than a bunch of white men’s rights activists comparing their “struggle” to the cosmic horrors of slavery and domestic terrorism endured by black people for centuries:

It’s easy to forget sometimes that not all whites were pro-slavery. Similarly with women and feminism. I really hope we’ll see a female Abraham Lincoln one of these days who’ll set free the men and produce a charter for true equality.

No wait, what makes this even sadder and funnier is that Paul Elam, their leader, seems to support a white supremacist:

If Elam truly does know about Ramsey’s repugnant racial views, why would he support Ramsey’s videos on such a high-profile platform? After all, A Voice for Men is “the most widely read men’s rights website in the world” in Elam’s own words. Does Elam share in Ramsey’s crude racism in addition to his blatant misogyny? If Elam is standing up for all men he should have to answer for that, especially since he’s fresh off the heels of his international men’s rights conference in Detroit — a city blighted by economic turmoil and racism.

One can only hope that all these straight white men get some serious reparations for all the indignities and cruelty they have suffered in America and Europe.
After all, straight white men can get some serious repetitive strain injuries beating and killing people of color, LGBTQ people, and women for daring to not know their place.

There is nothing simultaneously sadder and funnier than a bunch of white men’s rights activists comparing their “struggle” to the cosmic horrors of slavery and domestic terrorism endured by black people for centuries:

It’s easy to forget sometimes that not all whites were pro-slavery. Similarly with women and feminism. I really hope we’ll see a female Abraham Lincoln one of these days who’ll set free the men and produce a charter for true equality.

No wait, what makes this even sadder and funnier is that Paul Elam, their leader, seems to support a white supremacist:

If Elam truly does know about Ramsey’s repugnant racial views, why would he support Ramsey’s videos on such a high-profile platform? After all, A Voice for Men is “the most widely read men’s rights website in the world” in Elam’s own words. Does Elam share in Ramsey’s crude racism in addition to his blatant misogyny? If Elam is standing up for all men he should have to answer for that, especially since he’s fresh off the heels of his international men’s rights conference in Detroit — a city blighted by economic turmoil and racism.

One can only hope that all these straight white men get some serious reparations for all the indignities and cruelty they have suffered in America and Europe.

After all, straight white men can get some serious repetitive strain injuries beating and killing people of color, LGBTQ people, and women for daring to not know their place.

July 11, 2014

maxofs2d:

Hahaha

"Men’s Rights" activist and self-proclaimed philosopher Stefan Molyneux pretends to be a woman posting a positive comment on his own video “debunking” Frozen but completely fails at account switching

I can’t even.

July 10, 2014
This is the (totally valid) reason why men’s rights activists wouldn’t help a child in distress:

Anyone who’s ever had some rampaging hambeast in a mall start screaming and demanding the police be called because a strange man was speaking to her precious (lost) crotchdumplings. That’s who.

Wait, I thought MRAs were all about dismantling the sexist stereotype that men are bad at taking care of children?
Source: We Hunted The Mammoth

This is the (totally valid) reason why men’s rights activists wouldn’t help a child in distress:

Anyone who’s ever had some rampaging hambeast in a mall start screaming and demanding the police be called because a strange man was speaking to her precious (lost) crotchdumplings. That’s who.

Wait, I thought MRAs were all about dismantling the sexist stereotype that men are bad at taking care of children?

Source: We Hunted The Mammoth

July 7, 2014
Prominent men’s rights activist Stefan Molyneux believes that being a single mother is child abuse

You can’t even make this shit up:

“If you don’t have a husband, if you chose the wrong guy, to keep the child is abusive, almost always.”

July 4, 2014

Anonymous said: Is this a parody blog?

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July 3, 2014

Anonymous said: I like how you left out the context on a bunch of those quotes so you could intentionally misrepresent them

Images don’t support hyperlinks. And so, the context appears below the images as a link.

Nice try though! I’m sure your brave anonymous message really helped the whole misogynistic rape apologist movement.

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