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?

(Source)

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.

July 1, 2014

Anonymous said: Could you please source individually each of those six quotes and their context.

Ah yes! Context somehow makes all of these better. But here you go! Good luck with that.

June 26, 2014

A Voice for Men, a men’s rights site that is most notable for being featured as a hate site by the Southern Poverty Law Center, is currently hosting a conference on men’s issues in Detroit.

The images above are direct quotes of what some of the speakers at this men’s rights conference have said.

Sit back and marvel at the newest human rights movement.

Thanks to both David Futrelle at We Hunted The Mammoth for the excellent article that inspired this post and whey_ over at the againstmensrights subreddit for making the above images.

Please share this post far and wide so everyone knows exactly what men’s rights activists believe!

June 12, 2014

Anonymous said: Love your blog. Keep making the MRAssholes mad, I saw them whinging about how highly this blog rates on google when you search "MRHM" the other day. >:D

They finally noticed?!

To be fair, they’re probably really busy with that big conference they’re plann-oh. Right.

May 28, 2014

Anonymous said: Sorry I'm confused, is this laughing at men's rights or for it?

This question has been asked and answered so many times that at this point, I’m going to let you decide.

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