• Are MRAs terrorists?

    The definition of terrorism is: the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims. There have been a worrying number of acts committed in the name of "Men's Rights Activism" and anti-feminism that would fit this definition. For example: -... show more
    The definition of terrorism is: the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims. There have been a worrying number of acts committed in the name of "Men's Rights Activism" and anti-feminism that would fit this definition. For example: - the 1986 École Polytechnique massacre committed in the name of anti-feminism (28 injured, 14 killed) - MRA Peter Nolan called for the murder of women as men's 'only path to justice' in their war against women' - MRA's threatened to bomb the game developers choice awards because a feminist won a prize - Tom Ball, a man worshiped by the MRM and self-admitted child abuser, wrote a manifesto that advocated burning down police stations and courthouses to protest feminism. - Paul Elam said that progress for men will not be gained by debate or reason, but only by inflicting pain on their opponents. He also promotes exposing his opponents personal information in order to silence them, and claims "should I be called to sit on a jury for a rape trial, I vow publicly to vote not guilty, even in the face of overwhelming evidence that the charges are true." - While they are not MRAs, the incel community are a men's movement who call for rape to be legalized, among other things. So, is this activism or terrorism? Where is the line drawn? What is the difference between MRAs and, for example, ISIS?
    11 answers · 8 hours ago
  • Do you agree that men who vocally advocate women's rights actually do so to hide a secret?

    Felix in the video below thinks so and I kinda agree. If you're a man who has done legally questionable things towards women in the past (or you still do it occasionally in private) and now you're a well-known public figure, what's the best way to not get exposed? The answer is obviously to shout... show more
    Felix in the video below thinks so and I kinda agree. If you're a man who has done legally questionable things towards women in the past (or you still do it occasionally in private) and now you're a well-known public figure, what's the best way to not get exposed? The answer is obviously to shout louder than a feminist when you see injustice towards women. This way not many people will believe the rumors about your bad deeds. Sadly for Ben Affleck, Andy Signore and Harvey Weinstein to a certain degree, the past came back to haunt them. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eeeGsxpO...
    11 answers · 19 hours ago
  • Is it okay to be a anti feminist even if im a woman?

    Best answer: That is a very wise decision on your part. Now get married, be a housewife, raise children, homeschool them, and show Feminists what a REAL woman can do. Even so, come, Lord Jesus!
    Best answer: That is a very wise decision on your part. Now get married, be a housewife, raise children, homeschool them, and show Feminists what a REAL woman can do. Even so, come, Lord Jesus!
    44 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why aren’t women reporting their alleged sexual assaults after they happen rather than waiting years?

    With the Hollywood scandal and #metoo going around social media it’s suddenly trendy for women to claim abuse when most of them did nothing about it after the event and let the prev run around repeating the same act. It’s less believable when they wait years to step forward and honestly I think half these women... show more
    With the Hollywood scandal and #metoo going around social media it’s suddenly trendy for women to claim abuse when most of them did nothing about it after the event and let the prev run around repeating the same act. It’s less believable when they wait years to step forward and honestly I think half these women claiming #metoo are making it up for attention.
    21 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is it possible to cross reference, Gender study men to?

    police data base?
    police data base?
    7 answers · 12 hours ago
  • Michelle Obama slams women who voted for Trump?

    peaking during a conference in Boston yesterday, former First Lady Michelle Obama berated women who dared to vote against Hillary Clinton and for Donald Trump. She also implied women who voted for Trump are incapable of thinking for themselves or making their own decisions. "As far as I'm concerned, any... show more
    peaking during a conference in Boston yesterday, former First Lady Michelle Obama berated women who dared to vote against Hillary Clinton and for Donald Trump. She also implied women who voted for Trump are incapable of thinking for themselves or making their own decisions. "As far as I'm concerned, any woman who voted against Hillary Clinton voted against their own voice in a way. To me, it doesn’t say as much about Hillary ? and everybody’s trying to wonder. Well, what does it mean for Hillary? No, no, no. What does it mean for us as women? That we look at those two candidates, as women, and many of us said, ‘That guy. He’s better for me. His voice is more true to me.’ Well, to me that just says you don’t like your voice. You like the thing we’re told to like," she said.
    22 answers · 1 day ago
  • Do you agree with feminists who argue men accused of sexual assault should not receive a trial by jury?

    Why do you agree or disagree?
    Why do you agree or disagree?
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • More proof that men are weaker than women?

    Approximately 30,000 people commit suicide each year in the U.S. and 80 were men. Overall, males kill themselves at rates that are 4 times higher than females. But in certain age groups men are even more vulnerable. Approximately 30,000 people commit suicide each year in the U.S. and 80 percent were men. Overall,... show more
    Approximately 30,000 people commit suicide each year in the U.S. and 80 were men. Overall, males kill themselves at rates that are 4 times higher than females. But in certain age groups men are even more vulnerable. Approximately 30,000 people commit suicide each year in the U.S. and 80 percent were men. Overall, males kill themselves at rates that are 4 times higher than females. But in certain age groups men are even more vulnerable. Homelessness is a gendered issue, and it mostly impacts men Why aren't homeless charities doing more to address the fact that the majority of homeless people are men, and that they need more support and protection than women,
    20 answers · 1 day ago
  • Should men be masculine?

    Best answer: Yes.
    Best answer: Yes.
    16 answers · 18 hours ago
  • When will Men get the right to back out of a pregnancy if he doesn't want to be a dad?

    Like, women can just go abort. But what if a man doesn't want to be a dad? He cant force the woman to have an abortion, should he be able to financially abort any responsibility if she refuses to abort? Sex is two ways and it seems unfair that women get to make decisions that could affect men for their entire... show more
    Like, women can just go abort. But what if a man doesn't want to be a dad? He cant force the woman to have an abortion, should he be able to financially abort any responsibility if she refuses to abort? Sex is two ways and it seems unfair that women get to make decisions that could affect men for their entire lives, when will men get some rights?
    14 answers · 5 hours ago
  • Choose one of these five to describe feminism?

    A - A movement that supports gender equality and women's rights. B - A hate movement that is for female supremacy. C - A movement that supports only women's rights and not gender equality. D - A movement that is full of hypocrites. E - Just a movement
    A - A movement that supports gender equality and women's rights. B - A hate movement that is for female supremacy. C - A movement that supports only women's rights and not gender equality. D - A movement that is full of hypocrites. E - Just a movement
    33 answers · 3 days ago
  • Would my life be easier if I was born a man, instead of woman?

    Would it be less stressful
    Would it be less stressful
    16 answers · 23 hours ago
  • FEMINISTS: Why are the NYPD and LAPD having such a hard time finding any "strong brave" feminist actresses to press charges on Weinstein?

    I knew this would happen. The main reason being that lots of these clams of rape are in fact actresses selling sex for movie roles. The REAL rape victims can't press charges because it would ruin their careers that are being managed by the other Weinstein-style sexual pigs in Hollywood. And again, why are... show more
    I knew this would happen. The main reason being that lots of these clams of rape are in fact actresses selling sex for movie roles. The REAL rape victims can't press charges because it would ruin their careers that are being managed by the other Weinstein-style sexual pigs in Hollywood. And again, why are they being called "brave" and strong and all this bullsith when they're putting their movie careers ahead of justice. So let me get this straight. They can go all over TV saying they've been assaulted and raped, but when the police knock on the door and ask for a police report - nah...nope...can't do that...my current manager is also a rapist and Weinstein might snitch on him so...yeah..got a multi-million dollar career to think about. This is all disgusting and making feminist Hollywood look like total fvcking hypocrites at literally EVERY turn in this story. So now the police have nothing to go by?
    5 answers · 20 hours ago
  • Did you know "catcalling" is the same as murder?

    The things you learn on gender studies
    The things you learn on gender studies
    12 answers · 5 hours ago
  • Is being a self-proclaimed s1ut a good thing?

    Best answer: No. There are almost always negative consequences for most acts of excess or extreme behavior, whether it be eating food, having sex, the way you dress, smoking, drinking, etc. Anyone who chooses to engage in excess or extremes is usually very aware that what they are doing is risky or unwise, and they know that... show more
    Best answer: No.

    There are almost always negative consequences for most acts of excess or extreme behavior, whether it be eating food, having sex, the way you dress, smoking, drinking, etc.

    Anyone who chooses to engage in excess or extremes is usually very aware that what they are doing is risky or unwise, and they know that everyone else is aware of it as well. However, even though they know it is unwise, many of them want to continue doing it without being shamed or facing the negative consequences. The best way to do that is to change societal attitudes about these behaviors.

    As far as trying to convince society that an unwise behavior is actually a good thing, the best way to do this is to get a lot of people together and shamelessly flaunt this excessive behavior as if it is "good" and "healthy," because as far as societal attitudes are concerned, there is nothing more convincing to most people than a large group of people confidently and boldly insisting that their views and behavior are correct...whether those views make any logical sense or not.

    Hence why feminism uses stuff like the slvt walk to convince people that being promiscuous and flaunting ones body in scanty outfits is a good thing...because they know that most humans are easily influenced by popular opinion and a bold presentation, and that if they hear enough confident voices proclaiming that something is true, they will eventually believe it and join in themselves.
    15 answers · 1 day ago