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India making a documentary highlighting the false rape accusations against Indian men

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COMMENTS

  • mikey_7869
    1 points Sep 12,2019, 2:40am
  • tahskanjai
    1 points Sep 12,2019, 8:40am

    Considering 53% of rape cases in delhi were proven false according to the delhi council for women, I'm really happy this step is being taken. 1.7 M views already, this is good. It's literally more probable that the rape case is false in Delhi than accurate

COMMENTS

  • mikey_7869
    1 points Sep 12,2019, 2:40am
  • tahskanjai
    1 points Sep 12,2019, 8:40am

    Considering 53% of rape cases in delhi were proven false according to the delhi council for women, I'm really happy this step is being taken. 1.7 M views already, this is good. It's literally more probable that the rape case is false in Delhi than accurate

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Double Standard (absolutely disgusting and vile) comments by women on post about man whose penis was cut off by his wife.

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COMMENTS

  • 5th_Law_of_Robotics
    16 points Sep 12,2019, 11:54am

    Man abuses a woman: clearly he is a monster.

    Woman abuses a man: clearly he was a monster.

  • Sir_Sux_Alot
    10 points Sep 12,2019, 11:30am

    Disgusting.

  • Sharky-Dude
    4 points Sep 12,2019, 12:40pm

    Sorry got halfway through those comments and decided it would be more fun to bang my head against a wall instead.

  • 1LegendaryWombat
    2 points Sep 12,2019, 8:11pm

    "Must have had a reason."

    Um...people are sometimes just psychos, i never see a comment saying if a guy murders a woman that MAYBE he was justified in doing it.

COMMENTS

  • 5th_Law_of_Robotics
    16 points Sep 12,2019, 11:54am

    Man abuses a woman: clearly he is a monster.

    Woman abuses a man: clearly he was a monster.

  • Sir_Sux_Alot
    10 points Sep 12,2019, 11:30am

    Disgusting.

  • Sharky-Dude
    4 points Sep 12,2019, 12:40pm

    Sorry got halfway through those comments and decided it would be more fun to bang my head against a wall instead.

  • Crazycatgirl16
    3 points Sep 12,2019, 5:49pm

    That poor guy:( having to go through that and getting laughed at. I feel bad for him

  • 1LegendaryWombat
    2 points Sep 12,2019, 8:11pm

    "Must have had a reason."

    Um...people are sometimes just psychos, i never see a comment saying if a guy murders a woman that MAYBE he was justified in doing it.

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Check your Privilege? (University of Ontario Institute of Technology )

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COMMENTS

  • FormedBoredom
    44 points Sep 09,2019, 1:00pm

    Privilege: Unearned access to social power based on membership in a dominant social group.

    So uh....women?

  • qp0n
    24 points Sep 09,2019, 1:19pm

    How these lists are made:

    • Virtue signaling school decides to create a silly panel to achieve "social justice" from their ivory tower.
    • Appoints the most outspoken SJW.
    • This person decides to make a list to tear down all the people they resent
    • Thinks of every demographic that they dont belong to. Adds them to the list.

    Voila. Angry SJW feels justified for being a worthless, racist, resentful piece of shit.

  • KanataCitizen
    21 points Sep 09,2019, 12:49pm

    ...also a checklist for single females looking for a date

  • SemiAutomaticMagic
    24 points Sep 09,2019, 12:42pm

    They say unearned... as if parents/grandparents/ancestors didn’t achieve anything to give their family lineage their ‘privilege’ that they have today, so harmful.

  • Daman_1985
    10 points Sep 09,2019, 12:43pm

    My god.

    :facepalm:

  • CraftyCoach
    10 points Sep 09,2019, 1:27pm

    I like how they have being Canadian as being privileged

  • Julioscoundrel
    8 points Sep 09,2019, 1:45pm

    This is sexist, racist, and heterophobic. Whoever wrote this is incredibly prejudiced.

  • kellythebunny
    6 points Sep 09,2019, 1:32pm

    Lool at you with all your limbs intact. All that unearned power needs to be hacked off.

  • MinuteTo2359
    7 points Sep 09,2019, 1:37pm

    Original sin 2.0

  • TheStumblingWolf
    12 points Sep 09,2019, 12:54pm

    They forgot to put Asian on the list as they outperform white people.

  • bkrugby78
    6 points Sep 09,2019, 1:08pm

    What is this for

  • jonnyhaldane
    6 points Sep 09,2019, 5:33pm

    So basically everyone is privileged except that one black, transgender, disabled, not-christian, gay immigrant woman who didn't go to school. In which case she wouldn't be at the University of Ontario anyway.

  • kaazsssz
    10 points Sep 09,2019, 12:48pm

    They should add “attractive.”

  • data-prohibition
    4 points Sep 09,2019, 1:51pm

    Is this satire? Is this an official document handed out by the faculty? I can't believe this. If I'd see this is my country I'd instantly sue the facility body.

  • BlindNowhereMan
    3 points Sep 09,2019, 4:46pm

    What's the diff between Cis and hetero?

    I thought they where the same

  • MentoCoke
    3 points Sep 09,2019, 5:32pm

    Christians get made fun of and mocked on the internet and sometimes in real life. Especially reddit.

  • ShylockSimmonz
    2 points Sep 09,2019, 2:02pm

    This shithole better not be using my tax dollars.

  • Sharky-Dude
    2 points Sep 09,2019, 2:50pm

    Social power huh. I love that theres no more explanation apart from that broad and inaccurate statement and the mindless masses will still just believe it to be true.

  • Sunchyme87
    2 points Sep 09,2019, 3:20pm

    Dammit, one away from a full house! Number 8 let me down!

  • KanataCitizen
    2 points Sep 09,2019, 3:33pm
  • Melohdy
    2 points Sep 09,2019, 6:16pm

    I think it's funny that Canadian citizen at birth is considered a privilege.

  • _IAmNoOne-
    2 points Sep 09,2019, 4:42pm

    I'm metis an actual minority and even I find this extremely racist, sexist and bigoted.

    Yet being male makes me privileged?

    I don't think so there are only 500k of my people left and we are still discriminated against by the governments and schools etc.

    Even getting a job as a native aboriginal it's hard they tell us to go back to the reserve and open a shop, and all of that because businesses dont want to pay extra taxes as we are exempt.

  • QueenNayru
    1 points Sep 09,2019, 3:30pm

    Lol what did Canadians do??

  • ludwigvonmisess
    1 points Sep 09,2019, 6:36pm

    So a 30 year old straight white guy in Arkansas, born and raised, who works as a greeter at Walmart and lives in a trailer with roommates has un-earned privilege?

  • The-beat-man
    1 points Sep 09,2019, 7:24pm

    if you are attending this poor excuse of a university you are part of the problem. by attending you are funding this

COMMENTS

  • FormedBoredom
    44 points Sep 09,2019, 1:00pm

    Privilege: Unearned access to social power based on membership in a dominant social group.

    So uh....women?

  • qp0n
    24 points Sep 09,2019, 1:19pm

    How these lists are made:

    • Virtue signaling school decides to create a silly panel to achieve "social justice" from their ivory tower.
    • Appoints the most outspoken SJW.
    • This person decides to make a list to tear down all the people they resent
    • Thinks of every demographic that they dont belong to. Adds them to the list.

    Voila. Angry SJW feels justified for being a worthless, racist, resentful piece of shit.

  • KanataCitizen
    21 points Sep 09,2019, 12:49pm

    ...also a checklist for single females looking for a date

  • Bartand
    16 points Sep 09,2019, 12:38pm

    If you are white man in the top 1% but if you are not you are fucked over and most people hate you.

  • SemiAutomaticMagic
    24 points Sep 09,2019, 12:42pm

    They say unearned... as if parents/grandparents/ancestors didn’t achieve anything to give their family lineage their ‘privilege’ that they have today, so harmful.

  • Daman_1985
    10 points Sep 09,2019, 12:43pm

    My god.

    :facepalm:

  • CraftyCoach
    10 points Sep 09,2019, 1:27pm

    I like how they have being Canadian as being privileged

  • Julioscoundrel
    8 points Sep 09,2019, 1:45pm

    This is sexist, racist, and heterophobic. Whoever wrote this is incredibly prejudiced.

  • kellythebunny
    6 points Sep 09,2019, 1:32pm

    Lool at you with all your limbs intact. All that unearned power needs to be hacked off.

  • MinuteTo2359
    7 points Sep 09,2019, 1:37pm

    Original sin 2.0

  • TheStumblingWolf
    12 points Sep 09,2019, 12:54pm

    They forgot to put Asian on the list as they outperform white people.

  • bkrugby78
    6 points Sep 09,2019, 1:08pm

    What is this for

  • jonnyhaldane
    6 points Sep 09,2019, 5:33pm

    So basically everyone is privileged except that one black, transgender, disabled, not-christian, gay immigrant woman who didn't go to school. In which case she wouldn't be at the University of Ontario anyway.

  • kaazsssz
    10 points Sep 09,2019, 12:48pm

    They should add “attractive.”

  • data-prohibition
    4 points Sep 09,2019, 1:51pm

    Is this satire? Is this an official document handed out by the faculty? I can't believe this. If I'd see this is my country I'd instantly sue the facility body.

  • BlindNowhereMan
    3 points Sep 09,2019, 4:46pm

    What's the diff between Cis and hetero?

    I thought they where the same

  • MentoCoke
    3 points Sep 09,2019, 5:32pm

    Christians get made fun of and mocked on the internet and sometimes in real life. Especially reddit.

  • ShylockSimmonz
    2 points Sep 09,2019, 2:02pm

    This shithole better not be using my tax dollars.

  • Sharky-Dude
    2 points Sep 09,2019, 2:50pm

    Social power huh. I love that theres no more explanation apart from that broad and inaccurate statement and the mindless masses will still just believe it to be true.

  • Sunchyme87
    2 points Sep 09,2019, 3:20pm

    Dammit, one away from a full house! Number 8 let me down!

  • KanataCitizen
    2 points Sep 09,2019, 3:33pm
  • Melohdy
    2 points Sep 09,2019, 6:16pm

    I think it's funny that Canadian citizen at birth is considered a privilege.

  • _IAmNoOne-
    2 points Sep 09,2019, 4:42pm

    I'm metis an actual minority and even I find this extremely racist, sexist and bigoted.

    Yet being male makes me privileged?

    I don't think so there are only 500k of my people left and we are still discriminated against by the governments and schools etc.

    Even getting a job as a native aboriginal it's hard they tell us to go back to the reserve and open a shop, and all of that because businesses dont want to pay extra taxes as we are exempt.

  • QueenNayru
    1 points Sep 09,2019, 3:30pm

    Lol what did Canadians do??

  • ludwigvonmisess
    1 points Sep 09,2019, 6:36pm

    So a 30 year old straight white guy in Arkansas, born and raised, who works as a greeter at Walmart and lives in a trailer with roommates has un-earned privilege?

  • The-beat-man
    1 points Sep 09,2019, 7:24pm

    if you are attending this poor excuse of a university you are part of the problem. by attending you are funding this

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because blaming an entire group of people based on the actions of one person is totally not sexist or racist

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COMMENTS

  • Egalitarianwhistle
    10 points Sep 08,2019, 2:00pm

    I think there is a misunderstanding here. Men are overwhelmingly the victims of violent crimes. Men should feel unsafe walking alone at night more than women.

  • FaerilyRowanwind
    3 points Sep 08,2019, 4:45pm

    I didn’t vote for trump because I am avidly against the things he says and does. Being male means nothing. Hillary was worthless too.

    I would still argue that I’ve been hurt more by women than men. Toxic people are just toxic.

  • SimpleQuantum
    2 points Sep 08,2019, 6:40pm

    Hillary: women are the main victims because they lose family members

    Me: what in the hot crispy Kentucky fried fuck

  • RockmanXX
    1 points Sep 08,2019, 6:07pm

    Someone should create an app which complies these inflammatory Feminist Posts,Tweets&DMs and replaces the word "men" with a random racial group.

  • Hotwheelsoverfem
    1 points Sep 08,2019, 8:44pm

    I like how they tried to hide their sexism by including trans by calling anyone without a penis a “Non masculine/male identifiers” hear that guys???? All you have to do is identify as a woman and you’re no longer a rapist.

COMMENTS

  • Egalitarianwhistle
    10 points Sep 08,2019, 2:00pm

    I think there is a misunderstanding here. Men are overwhelmingly the victims of violent crimes. Men should feel unsafe walking alone at night more than women.

  • FaerilyRowanwind
    3 points Sep 08,2019, 4:45pm

    I didn’t vote for trump because I am avidly against the things he says and does. Being male means nothing. Hillary was worthless too.

    I would still argue that I’ve been hurt more by women than men. Toxic people are just toxic.

  • SimpleQuantum
    2 points Sep 08,2019, 6:40pm

    Hillary: women are the main victims because they lose family members

    Me: what in the hot crispy Kentucky fried fuck

  • KingPiperine
    2 points Sep 08,2019, 2:52pm

    “Yeah no” Freudian slip agreeing with you subconsciously lol

  • RockmanXX
    1 points Sep 08,2019, 6:07pm

    Someone should create an app which complies these inflammatory Feminist Posts,Tweets&DMs and replaces the word "men" with a random racial group.

  • Hotwheelsoverfem
    1 points Sep 08,2019, 8:44pm

    I like how they tried to hide their sexism by including trans by calling anyone without a penis a “Non masculine/male identifiers” hear that guys???? All you have to do is identify as a woman and you’re no longer a rapist.

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If this doesnt describe radical feminists idk what does

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COMMENTS

  • grasshopa
    10 points Sep 08,2019, 12:48pm

    Thanks for the reminder; this is basically the relationship with my daugther's mother. Mind you, in a limited capacity. We haven't been together for over a decade, but I still have to deal with her in matters of my daughter.

  • Criket
    4 points Sep 08,2019, 3:14pm

    Radical Feminism

  • Daddie0
    5 points Sep 08,2019, 2:37pm

    #5 If you ever heard a woman, and/or her husband say "Happy Wife, Happy Life." Because in order for that, he needs to follow all 4.

  • rationalthought314
    1 points Sep 08,2019, 6:05pm

    When men behave that way, it's a Lifetime channel horror story of a controlling abusive man. When woman behave that way, it's business as usual ala Happy Wife, Happy Life and What Have You Done For Me Lately?

  • Halafax
    1 points Sep 08,2019, 7:06pm

    Radical feminism has a definition, but it's the average feminists that cause the most issues. Radical feminists push for change that most people eventually reject. Average feminists push for women's advocacy at the expense of men, a position that is often accepted by society. A position that frequently matches the position of traditional/conservative groups, interestingly.

    Men aren't being affected by a crazy fringe arm of feminism. Men are being affected by bog standard feminism. Ambivilence about how boys are doing in a school system dominated by female teachers? That's regular feminism. So is ignoring (or often, celebrating) the bias against men in criminal and family legal systems. Regular Jane & Joe feminist. Not giving a shit about men's physical and mental health unless it somehow affects women? That's popular, accepted feminism.

    Nothing radical about it.

  • magesticrhinoceros
    1 points Sep 08,2019, 8:22pm

    Sounds like my mom

COMMENTS

  • grasshopa
    10 points Sep 08,2019, 12:48pm

    Thanks for the reminder; this is basically the relationship with my daugther's mother. Mind you, in a limited capacity. We haven't been together for over a decade, but I still have to deal with her in matters of my daughter.

  • Criket
    4 points Sep 08,2019, 3:14pm

    Radical Feminism

  • Daddie0
    5 points Sep 08,2019, 2:37pm

    #5 If you ever heard a woman, and/or her husband say "Happy Wife, Happy Life." Because in order for that, he needs to follow all 4.

  • _IAmNoOne-
    2 points Sep 08,2019, 3:12pm

    This sounds like Every fucking relationship i have been in with the exception of the one i am in now.

    And I was the one walking on eggshells with every relationship.

    Jesus feck.

  • rationalthought314
    1 points Sep 08,2019, 6:05pm

    When men behave that way, it's a Lifetime channel horror story of a controlling abusive man. When woman behave that way, it's business as usual ala Happy Wife, Happy Life and What Have You Done For Me Lately?

  • Halafax
    1 points Sep 08,2019, 7:06pm

    Radical feminism has a definition, but it's the average feminists that cause the most issues. Radical feminists push for change that most people eventually reject. Average feminists push for women's advocacy at the expense of men, a position that is often accepted by society. A position that frequently matches the position of traditional/conservative groups, interestingly.

    Men aren't being affected by a crazy fringe arm of feminism. Men are being affected by bog standard feminism. Ambivilence about how boys are doing in a school system dominated by female teachers? That's regular feminism. So is ignoring (or often, celebrating) the bias against men in criminal and family legal systems. Regular Jane & Joe feminist. Not giving a shit about men's physical and mental health unless it somehow affects women? That's popular, accepted feminism.

    Nothing radical about it.

  • magesticrhinoceros
    1 points Sep 08,2019, 8:22pm

    Sounds like my mom

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This belong here¿

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COMMENTS

  • Sir_Sux_Alot
    28 points Sep 05,2019, 11:10am

    Remember this is all apart of the systemic patriarchy- Its all apart of the plan!

  • JudgementalChair
    21 points Sep 05,2019, 10:07am

    That's complete bullshit

  • CoffeeBreaksAllDay
    12 points Sep 05,2019, 9:56am

    What would a judge do when theyre on the other side of the gun?

  • JihadNinjaCowboy
    4 points Sep 05,2019, 3:28pm

    Social contract- Those who govern derive their right to govern, from the consent of the governed.

    When those who govern become unjust, withdraw your consent to be governed.

  • Hotwheelsoverfem
    2 points Sep 05,2019, 5:16pm

    I will rip my ovaries out and never have sex again before I force man into fatherhood. My mother wanted a child (she’s psychotic and shouldn’t have ever bred) my father already had a divorce and two kids. He didn’t want me, I have nothing in common with him... I wonder frequently if he is really my father. But I will never know because after he was arrested for abusing me he fled the country.

  • justtenofusinhere
    1 points Sep 05,2019, 4:46pm

    The key part of the story is: "For four years, Mike had known that the girl...was not...his."

    That's the issue here. If he had contested paternity as soon as he found out about the paternity fraud, he almost certainly could have repudiated all obligations without issue. But he didn't. As with almost every legal claim, yo must assert it within a reasonable (or statutorily prescribed) time or risk waiving it. He waited four years to say he was not the father. During that time he acted as the father and held himself out to be the father. Only after everyone else had come to rely on his continuous assertion that he was the father despite knowing the biological truth, did he then change his mind. That is why he was ordered to continue to bear the responsibilities--because, after finding out about the fraud, he voluntarily continued to bear them.

    There is, actually, a sound reason for this. Say, for instance, the child's bio father was a person of wealth. And, that he died during that four years leaving his wealth to his children. She didn't make a claim, because paternity was never established in respect for her "real dad." So, the estate is closed and dispersed and there are no funds to go to help her be raised. Now, the man in the story wants to rescind his decision to be her "real dad." That girl is worse off for everyone having relied on her "real dad." This is the legal concept of detrimental reliance. Don't promise to do something you don't want to do.

  • grandmasbroach
    1 points Sep 05,2019, 7:21pm

    But, if a woman has her baby switched on accident while at the hospital, and she raises someone else's kid. Then, and only then, is it a problem. Fucking sad.

COMMENTS

  • Sir_Sux_Alot
    28 points Sep 05,2019, 11:10am

    Remember this is all apart of the systemic patriarchy- Its all apart of the plan!

  • JudgementalChair
    21 points Sep 05,2019, 10:07am

    That's complete bullshit

  • CoffeeBreaksAllDay
    12 points Sep 05,2019, 9:56am

    What would a judge do when theyre on the other side of the gun?

  • EvilLothar
    6 points Sep 05,2019, 1:40pm

    The laws need to change in this result, and men who find themselves in this situation need to be able to sue for fraud.

  • JihadNinjaCowboy
    4 points Sep 05,2019, 3:28pm

    Social contract- Those who govern derive their right to govern, from the consent of the governed.

    When those who govern become unjust, withdraw your consent to be governed.

  • Hotwheelsoverfem
    2 points Sep 05,2019, 5:16pm

    I will rip my ovaries out and never have sex again before I force man into fatherhood. My mother wanted a child (she’s psychotic and shouldn’t have ever bred) my father already had a divorce and two kids. He didn’t want me, I have nothing in common with him... I wonder frequently if he is really my father. But I will never know because after he was arrested for abusing me he fled the country.

  • justtenofusinhere
    1 points Sep 05,2019, 4:46pm

    The key part of the story is: "For four years, Mike had known that the girl...was not...his."

    That's the issue here. If he had contested paternity as soon as he found out about the paternity fraud, he almost certainly could have repudiated all obligations without issue. But he didn't. As with almost every legal claim, yo must assert it within a reasonable (or statutorily prescribed) time or risk waiving it. He waited four years to say he was not the father. During that time he acted as the father and held himself out to be the father. Only after everyone else had come to rely on his continuous assertion that he was the father despite knowing the biological truth, did he then change his mind. That is why he was ordered to continue to bear the responsibilities--because, after finding out about the fraud, he voluntarily continued to bear them.

    There is, actually, a sound reason for this. Say, for instance, the child's bio father was a person of wealth. And, that he died during that four years leaving his wealth to his children. She didn't make a claim, because paternity was never established in respect for her "real dad." So, the estate is closed and dispersed and there are no funds to go to help her be raised. Now, the man in the story wants to rescind his decision to be her "real dad." That girl is worse off for everyone having relied on her "real dad." This is the legal concept of detrimental reliance. Don't promise to do something you don't want to do.

  • grandmasbroach
    1 points Sep 05,2019, 7:21pm

    But, if a woman has her baby switched on accident while at the hospital, and she raises someone else's kid. Then, and only then, is it a problem. Fucking sad.

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What do you make of this?

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COMMENTS

  • LongTimeOn
    26 points Sep 05,2019, 5:59pm

    Probably illegal and in need of a lawsuit to remind them not to discriminate.

  • SomethingSpecialMayb
    23 points Sep 05,2019, 5:36pm

    That’s pretty disgraceful.

    All it would take to not be disgraceful would be a change to:

    “This establishment reserved the right to search guests prior to entry”

  • RT-AC66U
    9 points Sep 05,2019, 7:00pm

    Sue them

  • Financial_Editor
    12 points Sep 05,2019, 5:53pm

    So they're assuming a weapon? If that's the case, the individual in question would just pull it out and blow away the poor 17-year-old usher and go about their murder-spree unimpeded. Pointless and antagonistic, but safety theater has to exist for the fearful.

  • Crazycatgirl16
    5 points Sep 05,2019, 7:29pm

    Is that even allowed? I mean it kind of sounds like discrimination to me

  • mgtowolf
    8 points Sep 05,2019, 6:39pm

    I make of it a good place for men to boycott. For the safety of the owners, they shouldn't get dirty male moneys.

  • jeff_the_nurse
    3 points Sep 05,2019, 7:45pm

    Write “Black people” over it, and see if people protest.

  • FormedBoredom
    3 points Sep 05,2019, 7:49pm

    Wow, absolute blatant discrimination and most likely illegal. Let's play the ol' gender reversal game and imagine the outrage.

  • PleasantHuman
    2 points Sep 05,2019, 8:02pm

    Discrimination

  • jacksleepshere
    2 points Sep 05,2019, 8:28pm

    Put Black in between single and males and it becomes an issue of discrimination.

  • RacelessSexlessName
    1 points Sep 05,2019, 8:32pm

    Sauce would be nice... date, time, location, please.

  • serial_crusher
    1 points Sep 05,2019, 8:33pm

    Are Regal Cinemas and United Artists the same company now?? I remember in high school we only had 2 theaters in town, one of each franchise, and each movie was only at one or the other.

  • DISOBEDIENCEBITCHES
    1 points Sep 05,2019, 8:43pm

    Nothing screams creepy legbeard like referring to men as 'males'.

    Am I doing this right, feminists?

  • kreeshus
    1 points Sep 05,2019, 8:43pm

    Technically everyone is subject to inspection by others as soon as they leave the house.

COMMENTS

  • LongTimeOn
    26 points Sep 05,2019, 5:59pm

    Probably illegal and in need of a lawsuit to remind them not to discriminate.

  • SomethingSpecialMayb
    23 points Sep 05,2019, 5:36pm

    That’s pretty disgraceful.

    All it would take to not be disgraceful would be a change to:

    “This establishment reserved the right to search guests prior to entry”

  • RT-AC66U
    9 points Sep 05,2019, 7:00pm

    Sue them

  • PutridMeatPuppet
    16 points Sep 05,2019, 5:45pm

    To all our guests, black men traveling alone will be subjected to examination before being allowed to enter.

    Anybody else think that sounds funny ?

  • Financial_Editor
    12 points Sep 05,2019, 5:53pm

    So they're assuming a weapon? If that's the case, the individual in question would just pull it out and blow away the poor 17-year-old usher and go about their murder-spree unimpeded. Pointless and antagonistic, but safety theater has to exist for the fearful.

  • Crazycatgirl16
    5 points Sep 05,2019, 7:29pm

    Is that even allowed? I mean it kind of sounds like discrimination to me

  • mgtowolf
    8 points Sep 05,2019, 6:39pm

    I make of it a good place for men to boycott. For the safety of the owners, they shouldn't get dirty male moneys.

  • jeff_the_nurse
    3 points Sep 05,2019, 7:45pm

    Write “Black people” over it, and see if people protest.

  • FormedBoredom
    3 points Sep 05,2019, 7:49pm

    Wow, absolute blatant discrimination and most likely illegal. Let's play the ol' gender reversal game and imagine the outrage.

  • PleasantHuman
    2 points Sep 05,2019, 8:02pm

    Discrimination

  • jacksleepshere
    2 points Sep 05,2019, 8:28pm

    Put Black in between single and males and it becomes an issue of discrimination.

  • RacelessSexlessName
    1 points Sep 05,2019, 8:32pm

    Sauce would be nice... date, time, location, please.

  • serial_crusher
    1 points Sep 05,2019, 8:33pm

    Are Regal Cinemas and United Artists the same company now?? I remember in high school we only had 2 theaters in town, one of each franchise, and each movie was only at one or the other.

  • DISOBEDIENCEBITCHES
    1 points Sep 05,2019, 8:43pm

    Nothing screams creepy legbeard like referring to men as 'males'.

    Am I doing this right, feminists?

  • kreeshus
    1 points Sep 05,2019, 8:43pm

    Technically everyone is subject to inspection by others as soon as they leave the house.

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This comment I found on a post about foreskin. This is her last reply, there are many people mocking her decision.

Men's Rights :: Advocating for the social and legal equality of men and boys since 2008

COMMENTS

  • Nybaz
    10 points Sep 04,2019, 5:44pm

    Nobody gets circumcised in my country, and I honestly never heard of someone getting it later in life due to infections.

    Miracles of soap.

  • RespectFurries
    6 points Sep 04,2019, 5:38pm

    I am honestly speechless

  • SquattermalianGibzme
    1 points Sep 04,2019, 7:14pm

    The foreskin is fused to the glans until puberty. She's lying. Any body part will get infections if you don't clean it.

COMMENTS

  • Nybaz
    10 points Sep 04,2019, 5:44pm

    Nobody gets circumcised in my country, and I honestly never heard of someone getting it later in life due to infections.

    Miracles of soap.

  • RespectFurries
    6 points Sep 04,2019, 5:38pm

    I am honestly speechless

  • SquattermalianGibzme
    1 points Sep 04,2019, 7:14pm

    The foreskin is fused to the glans until puberty. She's lying. Any body part will get infections if you don't clean it.

  • pixtum
    0 points Sep 04,2019, 5:36pm

    I don’t know to upvote or down vote cause I don’t see where this is going

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I googled: "Do feminists fight for mens rights?" This was Googles' 3rd result. (1st result was a heavily biased article and 2nd was a link to the MRM on wikipedia)

Men's Rights :: Advocating for the social and legal equality of men and boys since 2008

COMMENTS

  • Historybuffman
    49 points Sep 02,2019, 10:52pm

    Don't you love the trickle down equality?

    "Men being able to express their emotions (be more like women) will lead to lower suicides!" Meanwhile, male suicides are skyrocketing.

    "Men will die less in dangerous jobs if we take those jobs away and give them to women!" Like... what?

    "Men overwhelmingly rape other men!" Because we don't consider what a woman does to a man as rape unless she penetrates him in almost every case...

    Feminism: an awesome movement if you can't think and need others to do it for you.

  • IntrepidCucumber
    20 points Sep 02,2019, 10:57pm

    You see guys? We are just discriminating against women who want to do dangerous jobs!

    That's the reason!

    If you are depressed as a male just show your emotions and you're fine!

    10/10

  • ya_boi_skodwarde
    17 points Sep 02,2019, 10:50pm

    Kinda sounds like they are blaming the victim in the 3rd box

  • Ody_ssey
    7 points Sep 02,2019, 11:15pm

    Don't believe in what they advertise. Judge on what they do.

  • Avidion18
    6 points Sep 02,2019, 11:47pm

    Feminism is like the Russian government when they were communists, they just fucking lie

  • aussietoads
    7 points Sep 03,2019, 5:06am

    Feminists, can't live with them, can live without them.

  • Greg_W_Allan
    6 points Sep 03,2019, 6:48am

    Pity feminists have been hell bent on denying boys and men the male only spaces they need to best deal with stress and trauma.

    re the last highlighted sentence...

    I couldn't "come forward" after having been molested as a child because

    a) It was legal because a woman did it

    and

    b) The services funded by government to help victims of sexual abuse excluded me for twenty five years because I'm male.

    Every which way.

  • EricAllonde
    5 points Sep 03,2019, 9:11am

    Feminism = male victim blaming.

  • pyramidsingular
    4 points Sep 02,2019, 11:33pm

    Sounds like they’ve got it figured out! With half the votes in this country, this should all be implemented any day right?

    Oh wait, the biggest obstacle to the feminist agenda is women themselves. It’s obnoxious when women can’t agree with each other, then blame the “patriarchy” as a scapegoat for their lack of progress in their cause. The women’s vote represents the margin of victory in any election, but they don’t think, much less vote, as one.

  • 1LegendaryWombat
    3 points Sep 03,2019, 8:49am

    Those are some bold lies there. Point one is debateable but it is a fact it is more difficult to get custody is you're a dad.

    2: Fuckin lies, there was a thing recently about how men now have no friends and women must 'bear the burden', and you'll find its women who shame men for weakness much more than other men. My own experience confirms this.

    3: Lies as well. I used to do work for an IT company, going up on roofs to install internet for businesses. At one point i asked if any woman had ever applied for my job, i got a very swift no. Women typically don't want to build or climb or do all these things just to work, there are exceptions, but majority will always be men. Especially when there are no quotas for dangerous jobs, or if they're are, they go unfilled. Example was recently a mining company in Australia tried to fill female only positions for four months without any success.

    4: Just...wrong. In my entire life i have never had any woman say 'hey, you want to go out sometime' even when i know they're interested. And i do not pay for a mutal lunch or something, pay for what you eat. Also 'empowered women who don't get shot down when asking men out will ask more men out.' NO SHIT. Guys who don;t get show down also ask women out more, of course they would! Feminism has never worked toward women being more proactive in relationships, dominant, yes, proactive, no.

    5: Sexual abuse against men is a problem that is frequently and vehemently denied by feminists, especially feminists in power. Sometimes women cannot even be charged with rape and such policy is defended. The woman in charge of dealing with domestic violence in canada has gone on record as basically saying once men are the majority of victims, then they'll get funding. Buuuut, a large proportion is done by men? We can't even tell what the real statistics are. Women frequently get away with molesting minors, sometimes cannot even be charged with rape or sexual misconduct and a significant portion is from the prison system. Feminism has made no attempt to make men's lives easier when it comes to sexual abuse.

  • Egalitarianwhistle
    6 points Sep 03,2019, 3:21am

    "While there are some jobs that biologically, men are better suited for..."

    so like Mathematics?

  • iiKyaniteYT
    3 points Sep 02,2019, 11:15pm

    I know this probably sounds dumb, but is there actually any change happening? Because I'm new here and I'm scared shitless that something's gonna happen to me and I don't want that to be something I'll have to worry about.

  • DanteLivra
    1 points Sep 03,2019, 1:37pm

    Hold up ?

    So to have a more equal amount of women into dangerous jobs we need to push more women into politics and management a.k.a the less dangerous jobs I can think of.

    What kind of backward logic is that ?

COMMENTS

  • Historybuffman
    49 points Sep 02,2019, 10:52pm

    Don't you love the trickle down equality?

    "Men being able to express their emotions (be more like women) will lead to lower suicides!" Meanwhile, male suicides are skyrocketing.

    "Men will die less in dangerous jobs if we take those jobs away and give them to women!" Like... what?

    "Men overwhelmingly rape other men!" Because we don't consider what a woman does to a man as rape unless she penetrates him in almost every case...

    Feminism: an awesome movement if you can't think and need others to do it for you.

  • IntrepidCucumber
    20 points Sep 02,2019, 10:57pm

    You see guys? We are just discriminating against women who want to do dangerous jobs!

    That's the reason!

    If you are depressed as a male just show your emotions and you're fine!

    10/10

  • ya_boi_skodwarde
    17 points Sep 02,2019, 10:50pm

    Kinda sounds like they are blaming the victim in the 3rd box

  • iainmf
    15 points Sep 02,2019, 11:40pm

    Feminism fighting for women: Let's lobby for women's interests and get the law changed.

    Feminism fighting for men: Somehow we will change societal attitudes and things will magically get better for men.

  • Ody_ssey
    7 points Sep 02,2019, 11:15pm

    Don't believe in what they advertise. Judge on what they do.

  • Avidion18
    6 points Sep 02,2019, 11:47pm

    Feminism is like the Russian government when they were communists, they just fucking lie

  • aussietoads
    7 points Sep 03,2019, 5:06am

    Feminists, can't live with them, can live without them.

  • Greg_W_Allan
    6 points Sep 03,2019, 6:48am

    Pity feminists have been hell bent on denying boys and men the male only spaces they need to best deal with stress and trauma.

    re the last highlighted sentence...

    I couldn't "come forward" after having been molested as a child because

    a) It was legal because a woman did it

    and

    b) The services funded by government to help victims of sexual abuse excluded me for twenty five years because I'm male.

    Every which way.

  • EricAllonde
    5 points Sep 03,2019, 9:11am

    Feminism = male victim blaming.

  • pyramidsingular
    4 points Sep 02,2019, 11:33pm

    Sounds like they’ve got it figured out! With half the votes in this country, this should all be implemented any day right?

    Oh wait, the biggest obstacle to the feminist agenda is women themselves. It’s obnoxious when women can’t agree with each other, then blame the “patriarchy” as a scapegoat for their lack of progress in their cause. The women’s vote represents the margin of victory in any election, but they don’t think, much less vote, as one.

  • 1LegendaryWombat
    3 points Sep 03,2019, 8:49am

    Those are some bold lies there. Point one is debateable but it is a fact it is more difficult to get custody is you're a dad.

    2: Fuckin lies, there was a thing recently about how men now have no friends and women must 'bear the burden', and you'll find its women who shame men for weakness much more than other men. My own experience confirms this.

    3: Lies as well. I used to do work for an IT company, going up on roofs to install internet for businesses. At one point i asked if any woman had ever applied for my job, i got a very swift no. Women typically don't want to build or climb or do all these things just to work, there are exceptions, but majority will always be men. Especially when there are no quotas for dangerous jobs, or if they're are, they go unfilled. Example was recently a mining company in Australia tried to fill female only positions for four months without any success.

    4: Just...wrong. In my entire life i have never had any woman say 'hey, you want to go out sometime' even when i know they're interested. And i do not pay for a mutal lunch or something, pay for what you eat. Also 'empowered women who don't get shot down when asking men out will ask more men out.' NO SHIT. Guys who don;t get show down also ask women out more, of course they would! Feminism has never worked toward women being more proactive in relationships, dominant, yes, proactive, no.

    5: Sexual abuse against men is a problem that is frequently and vehemently denied by feminists, especially feminists in power. Sometimes women cannot even be charged with rape and such policy is defended. The woman in charge of dealing with domestic violence in canada has gone on record as basically saying once men are the majority of victims, then they'll get funding. Buuuut, a large proportion is done by men? We can't even tell what the real statistics are. Women frequently get away with molesting minors, sometimes cannot even be charged with rape or sexual misconduct and a significant portion is from the prison system. Feminism has made no attempt to make men's lives easier when it comes to sexual abuse.

  • Egalitarianwhistle
    6 points Sep 03,2019, 3:21am

    "While there are some jobs that biologically, men are better suited for..."

    so like Mathematics?

  • iiKyaniteYT
    3 points Sep 02,2019, 11:15pm

    I know this probably sounds dumb, but is there actually any change happening? Because I'm new here and I'm scared shitless that something's gonna happen to me and I don't want that to be something I'll have to worry about.

  • DanteLivra
    1 points Sep 03,2019, 1:37pm

    Hold up ?

    So to have a more equal amount of women into dangerous jobs we need to push more women into politics and management a.k.a the less dangerous jobs I can think of.

    What kind of backward logic is that ?

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A diagram perfectly illustrating the M.O. of feminism.

Men's Rights :: Advocating for the social and legal equality of men and boys since 2008

COMMENTS

  • onetoothandonehair
    7 points Sep 03,2019, 9:05am

    Never seen anything truer

  • Egalitarianwhistle
    3 points Sep 03,2019, 10:55am

    How to hack innate, subconscious Gynocentrism.

  • MRA-Sid
    3 points Sep 03,2019, 1:17pm

    Good diagram

COMMENTS

  • onetoothandonehair
    7 points Sep 03,2019, 9:05am

    Never seen anything truer

  • Egalitarianwhistle
    3 points Sep 03,2019, 10:55am

    How to hack innate, subconscious Gynocentrism.

  • MRA-Sid
    3 points Sep 03,2019, 1:17pm

    Good diagram

  • omegaphallic
    1 points Sep 03,2019, 8:43pm

    This is the first Diagram that I think should be stickied.