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When you Google "mens world cup"

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

COMMENTS

  • nisutapasion
    2 points Jul 14,2019, 6:05pm
  • SirKolbath
    -1 points Jul 14,2019, 3:43pm

    Kind of makes sense. The men's cup is several months away and the women's cup just concluded. Google results are topical and that has been floating on top of the sea of shit that is the news recently.

COMMENTS

  • nisutapasion
    2 points Jul 14,2019, 6:05pm
  • SirKolbath
    -1 points Jul 14,2019, 3:43pm

    Kind of makes sense. The men's cup is several months away and the women's cup just concluded. Google results are topical and that has been floating on top of the sea of shit that is the news recently.

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In a discussion on burden of proof in rape cases, a feminist is completely fine with men being punished for crimes they did not commit. This is because to her, the punishment for rape is not harsh enough.

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

COMMENTS

  • Skelopun
    17 points Jul 12,2019, 11:33pm

    If you get accused of rape you: are immediately seen as guilty even if there was a lack of proof, you lose your job, the media guess sympathy for the woman uh question and drags the man's name through the mud and uf he's charged guilty he registers as a sex offender and has his life wrecked

  • CplCarrott
    9 points Jul 12,2019, 11:18pm

    And we're supposed to be surprised?

    These people are fucking insane!

  • Liquid_Leopard
    6 points Jul 13,2019, 1:49am

    They are referring to ONE case.

    https://wgntv.com/2016/08/23/no-jail-time-for-18-year-old-accused-of-raping-two-teens/

    But of course the guys getting 20 plus years for a false rape accusation don't count. Until society changes with laws that punish male/female equally, and false rape treated as strongly as a rape sentence, no progress will be made to equalize things.

  • EricAllonde
    4 points Jul 13,2019, 6:51am

    a feminist is completely fine with men being punished for crimes they did not commit

    I always like it when feminists are honest like this.

    As much as I can tell people that feminists are sociopaths who don't even see men as human, let alone care about or have any empathy at all for men's suffering, it's all too easy to dismiss what I say as exaggeration, hyperbole, or completely wrong because "I know this one feminist who doesn't hate men" or "I'm a feminist but I don't hate men because I have a boyfriend/husband".

    When feminists come right out and admit that it's true, that really helps.

  • neveragoodtime
    3 points Jul 13,2019, 1:14am

    I did not realize the sentence for rape was a slap on the wrist and a motivational speech. I’m so woke now.

  • mrmensplights
    4 points Jul 13,2019, 9:10am

    As usual, feminists are so privileged in society all they see is a few men above then, completely blind to the plight of the majority of men far below.

    A few rich men from rich families going to rich schools escape justice and suddenly it's somehow all men. This is what ideological bias does to you. You see "man" and that's all you can see anymore. In reality, both men and women who are rich escape justice all the time. I assume we all remember the young woman who stabbed her boyfriend and got a 'slap on the wrist' because she had 'so much potential'?

    Most men are presumed guilty when it comes to accusations and receive no justice for false accusations. For the vast majority of men the justice system is cruel and unfair. They receive harsher sentences for all types of crime across the board compared to women and unlike women noone is digging into their childhoods or relationships to 'explain' or 'justify' their behavior.

  • Quinnalicious21
    3 points Jul 13,2019, 12:52am

    Personally I think the punishment for rape is too high for both genders

  • Criket
    1 points Jul 13,2019, 10:28am

    And that why I consider feminist as monster.

  • DeadEskimo
    1 points Jul 13,2019, 12:15pm

    Shit like thiz is gonna end up taking us back to the middle ages. Unless we end up in a completely totalitarian society, men will eventually get enough and women will suffer as a consequence. Feminists are fucking idiots who keep poking the bear, eventually it will retaliate.

COMMENTS

  • Skelopun
    17 points Jul 12,2019, 11:33pm

    If you get accused of rape you: are immediately seen as guilty even if there was a lack of proof, you lose your job, the media guess sympathy for the woman uh question and drags the man's name through the mud and uf he's charged guilty he registers as a sex offender and has his life wrecked

  • CplCarrott
    9 points Jul 12,2019, 11:18pm

    And we're supposed to be surprised?

    These people are fucking insane!

  • Liquid_Leopard
    6 points Jul 13,2019, 1:49am

    They are referring to ONE case.

    https://wgntv.com/2016/08/23/no-jail-time-for-18-year-old-accused-of-raping-two-teens/

    But of course the guys getting 20 plus years for a false rape accusation don't count. Until society changes with laws that punish male/female equally, and false rape treated as strongly as a rape sentence, no progress will be made to equalize things.

  • Egalitarianwhistle
    6 points Jul 13,2019, 2:19am

    I would rather be anally raped than falsely accused of rape.

  • EricAllonde
    4 points Jul 13,2019, 6:51am

    a feminist is completely fine with men being punished for crimes they did not commit

    I always like it when feminists are honest like this.

    As much as I can tell people that feminists are sociopaths who don't even see men as human, let alone care about or have any empathy at all for men's suffering, it's all too easy to dismiss what I say as exaggeration, hyperbole, or completely wrong because "I know this one feminist who doesn't hate men" or "I'm a feminist but I don't hate men because I have a boyfriend/husband".

    When feminists come right out and admit that it's true, that really helps.

  • neveragoodtime
    3 points Jul 13,2019, 1:14am

    I did not realize the sentence for rape was a slap on the wrist and a motivational speech. I’m so woke now.

  • mrmensplights
    4 points Jul 13,2019, 9:10am

    As usual, feminists are so privileged in society all they see is a few men above then, completely blind to the plight of the majority of men far below.

    A few rich men from rich families going to rich schools escape justice and suddenly it's somehow all men. This is what ideological bias does to you. You see "man" and that's all you can see anymore. In reality, both men and women who are rich escape justice all the time. I assume we all remember the young woman who stabbed her boyfriend and got a 'slap on the wrist' because she had 'so much potential'?

    Most men are presumed guilty when it comes to accusations and receive no justice for false accusations. For the vast majority of men the justice system is cruel and unfair. They receive harsher sentences for all types of crime across the board compared to women and unlike women noone is digging into their childhoods or relationships to 'explain' or 'justify' their behavior.

  • Quinnalicious21
    3 points Jul 13,2019, 12:52am

    Personally I think the punishment for rape is too high for both genders

  • Criket
    1 points Jul 13,2019, 10:28am

    And that why I consider feminist as monster.

  • DeadEskimo
    1 points Jul 13,2019, 12:15pm

    Shit like thiz is gonna end up taking us back to the middle ages. Unless we end up in a completely totalitarian society, men will eventually get enough and women will suffer as a consequence. Feminists are fucking idiots who keep poking the bear, eventually it will retaliate.

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The unpopular hard truth about single parents

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

COMMENTS

  • Vinniikii
    6 points Jul 13,2019, 3:38pm

    So much of modern misogyny is indoctrinated from an early age by bitter mothers who justify their poor choices and dependence with selfish anger against men. An honest reckoning would admit how much of childhood suffering is due to bad parenting, not the machinations of heteropatriarchal oppressors.

  • Rethgil
    2 points Jul 13,2019, 5:54pm

    Can you imagine just how 'independent' and 'strong' these women would be if tomorrow all the laws were changed to reflect sanity?

    If overnight there were no more alimony for them, no more expectations of husbands to provide for men, no expectations for men who had no say on abortions/kids to pay anything? No more unbiased laws and women got as much jail time as men? No more 'support' positions in Armies and they were forced to fight alongside men on the front lines in real world skirmishes, not just pushing buttons in shipping crates controlling drones? Forced to pass physical tests at the same standard of men for jobs like fire fighting or police? And if the media started reporting female teachers fucking underage boys as 'rape', not 'relationships'?

    If overnight all that inequality changed, and women REALLY got proper equality?

    On that day I would be fucking dancing and laughing for the rest of the year. And femininists would be utterly, utterly broken and playing the snowflake delicate flower once more, who wanted the help of big tough men. Guaranteed.

COMMENTS

  • Vinniikii
    6 points Jul 13,2019, 3:38pm

    So much of modern misogyny is indoctrinated from an early age by bitter mothers who justify their poor choices and dependence with selfish anger against men. An honest reckoning would admit how much of childhood suffering is due to bad parenting, not the machinations of heteropatriarchal oppressors.

  • Rethgil
    2 points Jul 13,2019, 5:54pm

    Can you imagine just how 'independent' and 'strong' these women would be if tomorrow all the laws were changed to reflect sanity?

    If overnight there were no more alimony for them, no more expectations of husbands to provide for men, no expectations for men who had no say on abortions/kids to pay anything? No more unbiased laws and women got as much jail time as men? No more 'support' positions in Armies and they were forced to fight alongside men on the front lines in real world skirmishes, not just pushing buttons in shipping crates controlling drones? Forced to pass physical tests at the same standard of men for jobs like fire fighting or police? And if the media started reporting female teachers fucking underage boys as 'rape', not 'relationships'?

    If overnight all that inequality changed, and women REALLY got proper equality?

    On that day I would be fucking dancing and laughing for the rest of the year. And femininists would be utterly, utterly broken and playing the snowflake delicate flower once more, who wanted the help of big tough men. Guaranteed.

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Woman actually gets depressed because r/r/mensrights has subscribers, and questions how mens "rights" can be taken seriously

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

COMMENTS

  • dippybud
    137 points Jul 12,2019, 1:10pm

    Oof. Anyone who considers themselves to be a feminist needs to watch "The Red Pill" on Netflix. It changed my entire view on feminism AND the men's rights movement. Fascinating, eye-opening stuff.

  • Men-Are-Human
    77 points Jul 12,2019, 1:12pm

    Asks why they aren't popular - and then the top comment quotes Dworkin. Lol

  • Egalitarianwhistle
    36 points Jul 12,2019, 1:54pm

    What cracks me up us that gendercritical is considered a hate group by r/feminism r/twochromosones and r/genderfluid.

    Ive tried to engage with them but was promptly banned when I disagreed with them. (Politely.)

    No wonder they have fewer members... they function like a cult down to the details of having their own style of language. Really they are just a gnarled, twisted; and despised branch of feminism that is shunned by the trunk.

    Why wouldnt men want to join the in droves? FML

  • castlefrankie
    29 points Jul 12,2019, 2:42pm

    Men are getting tired of being treated as an under class.

    Every society in history that embraced feminism collapsed.

    Feminists need to visit Arlington Cemetery to realize just how much "toxic masculinity" has made their current life possible.

    God knows their contributions to society pale in comparison to those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for this society. God also knows few of them would even consider doing so. Hell, look at how many military wives look for side action while their man is abroad. Sickening.

  • Historybuffman
    46 points Jul 12,2019, 1:31pm

    Growing up, I considered myself on feminism's side. I mean, we are taught how good and great it is in school! The government can't be wrong!

    Hey, I was young.

    Anyone who thinks they are a feminist or an ally of feminism: simply go read about anything the movement has done. I have found that the idea of what feminism is in their head, and the reality of what feminism does shows a massive dissonance.

    I mean, look at the central issue they always go back to: women's suffrage.

    At the time, only wealthy, landowning men could vote. 90% of us men couldn't vote either. Did they fight for voting rights for all?

    Please, look it up. But I will give the short answer: no.

    They wanted voting rights for women and wealthy land owning men. Obviously, this would mean women, as a whole, would run the country. Lawmakers just went ahead and made it universal, and feminists took credit for universal suffrage. Again, don't believe me; feel free to look this up.

    I know there are feminist lurkers and people on the fence peeking in here. NEVER take our words for it! Always verify we are telling the truth. If it seems to not be true, make sure you understand what SPECIFIC claims we make. Then, you will often need to sit and think for a moment about effects of that claim.

    To get an unbiased answer, you cannot go to a biased source. Feminist-friendly sites are popular, and sites like Google direct you towards them AND show you lies. You need to go to unbiased sources that don't lie to tell their side of the story and brainwash people.

    Old history books on that subject are good, then if you read modern retellings, you will notice how history is being rewritten (my username relevant). This is deeply disturbing, for obvious reasons.

    But, to get back to my main point, what the layperson believes feminism is and what feminism REALLY is are often two different things.

    Lastly, keep in mind feminism's Hydra strategy. There are so many branches and waves and ideologies under the feminist "umbrella" that you can't attack it. For example, if you criticize one group of feminists, conveniently THOSE feminists are not True Feminists(tm), but the person you are speaking to is, and that isn't what they believe.

    You will go around endlessly learning about which group does what (like NOW, the largest feminist organization in the US fighting shared custody of children after divorce), but then these large groups have no members, because that is not information they want to publicly defend. Or they are not True Feminists(tm)

    You attack one head, but it just disappears and two more pop up.

    But, on the other hand, they are willing to throw the worst of the internet into one group and attack us. To feminists, the "Manosphere" or "MRAs" includes all of the most vile people known to the internet, and it is acceptable to attack them as a whole.

    This pretty much proves the point that either we can be separate groups like them, or they should be treated as a single entity like we are.

  • Mythandros
    42 points Jul 12,2019, 1:16pm

    Just goes to show how utterly and completely brainwashed these idiots are. They are full on NPC's at this point.

  • Lethn
    15 points Jul 12,2019, 3:44pm

    I actually consider this uplifting news, the fact that they're getting so salty that the MensRights sub is getting way more subscribers than they are despite everything being rigged in their favour is utterly hilarious.

    You can tell she's full of shit as well because like many people on the last bit of her post she pretty much admits she can't understand why this sub has so many people taking part and at the same time also admits she is completely ignorant of what she is talking about to begin with.

    If any of these dumb shitheads are stupid enough to try and invade the sub and pretend they know everything about MRAs and what people here believe call their bluff guys. Don't let them get away with posting blatant lies, the fact that they're bitching about this communities success shows we're winning.

    My only concern now though is because we're growing so much the admins are going to try and quarantine us like they did with the SargonOfAkkad sub and The_Donald.

  • Brainwave1992
    10 points Jul 12,2019, 4:23pm

    Damn it actually got more vitriolic. One person argues that most men are actually gay and others agree.

    Insane

  • Bobbrobb
    9 points Jul 12,2019, 1:54pm

    I thought Dworkin died of a donut overdose 20 years ago

  • full_control
    9 points Jul 12,2019, 6:00pm

    I took a look at the comments and it's beautiful. One commenter believed that the majority or ment must be gay because of how men care for each other and are loyal. She apparently did not read much of philosophy where Plato defined the most intense love was between male friends, hence platonic relationship.

    It is true, I have a much deeper bond with men than women and although none of it is sexual there is something really special about having a bond with another man. I am guessing she did not understand because women don't have this with other women. It seemed to come from a place of anger that men are more intimate with their friends. Well ladies, if we could be emotionally open to you then that might be the case. Women do not like feelings they did not want. Men are more sympathetic to other men than women are.

    Let me give an example. On Sunday I walked outside my building there was a young man collapsed in the grass. I saw two women walk buy him and comment wondering if he might be dead but then just walked on. I approached him and gently woke him up and asked if he was ok. He was not ok, he was on methadone and had downed a bunch of benzos that made him pass out. I helped pick up his things and helped him stand. I had to hold him up so he didn't fall and I got an uber and went with him home then I went home. I am disgusted at people that could just walk by someone in such terrible distress with such apathy.

  • -Noxxy-
    4 points Jul 12,2019, 4:25pm

    It's literally a cult, they're all hyped up on the teachings of their "sage sisters".

  • L3tum
    5 points Jul 12,2019, 5:20pm

    "Sage sister" and "speak without apology" are apparently their versions of "cult leader" and "I'm a massive arsehole"

  • romulusnr
    5 points Jul 12,2019, 6:04pm

    TBF they permaban anyone who doesn't swallow their narrative 100%. At very least, this sub doesn't that, at least not yet...

  • aceofdiamonds4500
    3 points Jul 12,2019, 5:04pm

    ON THE NEXT WWE RAW:

    r/MENRIGHTS VS r/FEMINISM

  • SharedRegime
    3 points Jul 12,2019, 5:28pm

    This is my shocked face :O

  • HovisTMM
    2 points Jul 12,2019, 6:19pm

    Gender critical is only a recently popularised term, though. There are plenty of TERFs, transphobes and the like on other subs.

  • iwhof_edthedragon
    2 points Jul 12,2019, 6:34pm

    Yikes. Heaven forbid we treat men with the same dignity and compassion we treat other humans with.

  • shellbross
    2 points Jul 12,2019, 6:51pm

    Silly ladybrain indeed...

  • fool4discgolf
    2 points Jul 12,2019, 7:09pm

    GC is a Dumpster fire. There are some seriously disturbed individuals on that sub

  • Criket
    2 points Jul 12,2019, 7:17pm
  • _CrazyCrafter672
    2 points Jul 12,2019, 5:48pm

    i find it funny how some people take r/GenderCritical seriously

  • DocsDelorean
    1 points Jul 12,2019, 6:48pm

    😂 omg this is hilarious

  • ToastFishy
    1 points Jul 12,2019, 7:21pm

    yikes

  • 1LegendaryWombat
    1 points Jul 12,2019, 7:30pm

    You know, a person who wondered why might actually read the sub, i did read gender critical and why people are active there, and i determined they're generally a bunch of sexist arseholes that have grouped together, because if they don't, they don't survive. Combine it with its echochamber tendencies and propping up with random bullshit, like that first quote down there, it will grow, albeit slowly.

    Unlike those subs as well, if you dissent here you are not auto banned unless you're being a troll/abusive/racists/etc.(Mods are pretty good here and don't ban you for vague, bullshit reasons). What Men's rights wants is actually reasonable, backed up with evidence(as much as some people may disagree/shout down) and even with the horrible press in the media, tends to speak with itself. Any radical elements are also actually discouraged instead of left to do their own thing without any real criticism.

  • DaffyDooms
    1 points Jul 12,2019, 8:07pm

    I can’t believe how r/gendercritical isn’t quarantined.

  • A_one_legged_man
    1 points Jul 12,2019, 8:09pm

    Take the hint sister.

  • ThePigmanAgain
    1 points Jul 12,2019, 8:34pm

    Good. Hopefully she will get so depressed that she will end up in a facility where she doesn't have access to the internet.

  • TheDeerssassin
    1 points Jul 12,2019, 8:44pm

    Oh my God the comments are horrible.

  • v573v
    1 points Jul 12,2019, 4:42pm

    Was she banned for having an independent thought?

  • froglegs-are-yummy
    -30 points Jul 12,2019, 2:30pm

    I’m pretty sure half the people here are here ironically

COMMENTS

  • dippybud
    137 points Jul 12,2019, 1:10pm

    Oof. Anyone who considers themselves to be a feminist needs to watch "The Red Pill" on Netflix. It changed my entire view on feminism AND the men's rights movement. Fascinating, eye-opening stuff.

  • Men-Are-Human
    77 points Jul 12,2019, 1:12pm

    Asks why they aren't popular - and then the top comment quotes Dworkin. Lol

  • Egalitarianwhistle
    36 points Jul 12,2019, 1:54pm

    What cracks me up us that gendercritical is considered a hate group by r/feminism r/twochromosones and r/genderfluid.

    Ive tried to engage with them but was promptly banned when I disagreed with them. (Politely.)

    No wonder they have fewer members... they function like a cult down to the details of having their own style of language. Really they are just a gnarled, twisted; and despised branch of feminism that is shunned by the trunk.

    Why wouldnt men want to join the in droves? FML

  • A_User
    36 points Jul 12,2019, 3:36pm

    Men often react to women's words - speaking and writing - as if they are acts of violence

    That's fucking rich coming from a feminist. They've spent decades telling people that words are LITERALLY violence.

  • castlefrankie
    29 points Jul 12,2019, 2:42pm

    Men are getting tired of being treated as an under class.

    Every society in history that embraced feminism collapsed.

    Feminists need to visit Arlington Cemetery to realize just how much "toxic masculinity" has made their current life possible.

    God knows their contributions to society pale in comparison to those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for this society. God also knows few of them would even consider doing so. Hell, look at how many military wives look for side action while their man is abroad. Sickening.

  • Historybuffman
    46 points Jul 12,2019, 1:31pm

    Growing up, I considered myself on feminism's side. I mean, we are taught how good and great it is in school! The government can't be wrong!

    Hey, I was young.

    Anyone who thinks they are a feminist or an ally of feminism: simply go read about anything the movement has done. I have found that the idea of what feminism is in their head, and the reality of what feminism does shows a massive dissonance.

    I mean, look at the central issue they always go back to: women's suffrage.

    At the time, only wealthy, landowning men could vote. 90% of us men couldn't vote either. Did they fight for voting rights for all?

    Please, look it up. But I will give the short answer: no.

    They wanted voting rights for women and wealthy land owning men. Obviously, this would mean women, as a whole, would run the country. Lawmakers just went ahead and made it universal, and feminists took credit for universal suffrage. Again, don't believe me; feel free to look this up.

    I know there are feminist lurkers and people on the fence peeking in here. NEVER take our words for it! Always verify we are telling the truth. If it seems to not be true, make sure you understand what SPECIFIC claims we make. Then, you will often need to sit and think for a moment about effects of that claim.

    To get an unbiased answer, you cannot go to a biased source. Feminist-friendly sites are popular, and sites like Google direct you towards them AND show you lies. You need to go to unbiased sources that don't lie to tell their side of the story and brainwash people.

    Old history books on that subject are good, then if you read modern retellings, you will notice how history is being rewritten (my username relevant). This is deeply disturbing, for obvious reasons.

    But, to get back to my main point, what the layperson believes feminism is and what feminism REALLY is are often two different things.

    Lastly, keep in mind feminism's Hydra strategy. There are so many branches and waves and ideologies under the feminist "umbrella" that you can't attack it. For example, if you criticize one group of feminists, conveniently THOSE feminists are not True Feminists(tm), but the person you are speaking to is, and that isn't what they believe.

    You will go around endlessly learning about which group does what (like NOW, the largest feminist organization in the US fighting shared custody of children after divorce), but then these large groups have no members, because that is not information they want to publicly defend. Or they are not True Feminists(tm)

    You attack one head, but it just disappears and two more pop up.

    But, on the other hand, they are willing to throw the worst of the internet into one group and attack us. To feminists, the "Manosphere" or "MRAs" includes all of the most vile people known to the internet, and it is acceptable to attack them as a whole.

    This pretty much proves the point that either we can be separate groups like them, or they should be treated as a single entity like we are.

  • Mythandros
    42 points Jul 12,2019, 1:16pm

    Just goes to show how utterly and completely brainwashed these idiots are. They are full on NPC's at this point.

  • Lethn
    15 points Jul 12,2019, 3:44pm

    I actually consider this uplifting news, the fact that they're getting so salty that the MensRights sub is getting way more subscribers than they are despite everything being rigged in their favour is utterly hilarious.

    You can tell she's full of shit as well because like many people on the last bit of her post she pretty much admits she can't understand why this sub has so many people taking part and at the same time also admits she is completely ignorant of what she is talking about to begin with.

    If any of these dumb shitheads are stupid enough to try and invade the sub and pretend they know everything about MRAs and what people here believe call their bluff guys. Don't let them get away with posting blatant lies, the fact that they're bitching about this communities success shows we're winning.

    My only concern now though is because we're growing so much the admins are going to try and quarantine us like they did with the SargonOfAkkad sub and The_Donald.

  • Brainwave1992
    10 points Jul 12,2019, 4:23pm

    Damn it actually got more vitriolic. One person argues that most men are actually gay and others agree.

    Insane

  • Bobbrobb
    9 points Jul 12,2019, 1:54pm

    I thought Dworkin died of a donut overdose 20 years ago

  • full_control
    9 points Jul 12,2019, 6:00pm

    I took a look at the comments and it's beautiful. One commenter believed that the majority or ment must be gay because of how men care for each other and are loyal. She apparently did not read much of philosophy where Plato defined the most intense love was between male friends, hence platonic relationship.

    It is true, I have a much deeper bond with men than women and although none of it is sexual there is something really special about having a bond with another man. I am guessing she did not understand because women don't have this with other women. It seemed to come from a place of anger that men are more intimate with their friends. Well ladies, if we could be emotionally open to you then that might be the case. Women do not like feelings they did not want. Men are more sympathetic to other men than women are.

    Let me give an example. On Sunday I walked outside my building there was a young man collapsed in the grass. I saw two women walk buy him and comment wondering if he might be dead but then just walked on. I approached him and gently woke him up and asked if he was ok. He was not ok, he was on methadone and had downed a bunch of benzos that made him pass out. I helped pick up his things and helped him stand. I had to hold him up so he didn't fall and I got an uber and went with him home then I went home. I am disgusted at people that could just walk by someone in such terrible distress with such apathy.

  • -Noxxy-
    4 points Jul 12,2019, 4:25pm

    It's literally a cult, they're all hyped up on the teachings of their "sage sisters".

  • L3tum
    5 points Jul 12,2019, 5:20pm

    "Sage sister" and "speak without apology" are apparently their versions of "cult leader" and "I'm a massive arsehole"

  • romulusnr
    5 points Jul 12,2019, 6:04pm

    TBF they permaban anyone who doesn't swallow their narrative 100%. At very least, this sub doesn't that, at least not yet...

  • aceofdiamonds4500
    3 points Jul 12,2019, 5:04pm

    ON THE NEXT WWE RAW:

    r/MENRIGHTS VS r/FEMINISM

  • SharedRegime
    3 points Jul 12,2019, 5:28pm

    This is my shocked face :O

  • HovisTMM
    2 points Jul 12,2019, 6:19pm

    Gender critical is only a recently popularised term, though. There are plenty of TERFs, transphobes and the like on other subs.

  • iwhof_edthedragon
    2 points Jul 12,2019, 6:34pm

    Yikes. Heaven forbid we treat men with the same dignity and compassion we treat other humans with.

  • shellbross
    2 points Jul 12,2019, 6:51pm

    Silly ladybrain indeed...

  • fool4discgolf
    2 points Jul 12,2019, 7:09pm

    GC is a Dumpster fire. There are some seriously disturbed individuals on that sub

  • Criket
    2 points Jul 12,2019, 7:17pm
  • _CrazyCrafter672
    2 points Jul 12,2019, 5:48pm

    i find it funny how some people take r/GenderCritical seriously

  • DocsDelorean
    1 points Jul 12,2019, 6:48pm

    😂 omg this is hilarious

  • ToastFishy
    1 points Jul 12,2019, 7:21pm

    yikes

  • 1LegendaryWombat
    1 points Jul 12,2019, 7:30pm

    You know, a person who wondered why might actually read the sub, i did read gender critical and why people are active there, and i determined they're generally a bunch of sexist arseholes that have grouped together, because if they don't, they don't survive. Combine it with its echochamber tendencies and propping up with random bullshit, like that first quote down there, it will grow, albeit slowly.

    Unlike those subs as well, if you dissent here you are not auto banned unless you're being a troll/abusive/racists/etc.(Mods are pretty good here and don't ban you for vague, bullshit reasons). What Men's rights wants is actually reasonable, backed up with evidence(as much as some people may disagree/shout down) and even with the horrible press in the media, tends to speak with itself. Any radical elements are also actually discouraged instead of left to do their own thing without any real criticism.

  • DaffyDooms
    1 points Jul 12,2019, 8:07pm

    I can’t believe how r/gendercritical isn’t quarantined.

  • A_one_legged_man
    1 points Jul 12,2019, 8:09pm

    Take the hint sister.

  • ThePigmanAgain
    1 points Jul 12,2019, 8:34pm

    Good. Hopefully she will get so depressed that she will end up in a facility where she doesn't have access to the internet.

  • TheDeerssassin
    1 points Jul 12,2019, 8:44pm

    Oh my God the comments are horrible.

  • v573v
    1 points Jul 12,2019, 4:42pm

    Was she banned for having an independent thought?

  • froglegs-are-yummy
    -30 points Jul 12,2019, 2:30pm

    I’m pretty sure half the people here are here ironically

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COMMENTS

  • DavidByron2
    3 points Jul 11,2019, 3:16pm

    All women are Donald Trump.

    They all act entitled to sexual attention and entitled to mild sexual assault because they are sexual celebrities.

    "When you're a star they let you do it"

    vs

    "When you're a woman and they're a man they let you do it"

    As with Trump and perhaps other super rich or famous men, most women are used to being chased after by the opposite sex so they have entitlement and they just assume consent by anyone they fancy because what man wouldn't consent? What woman wouldn't consent to being with a celebrity billionaire?

    It's so bad that women assume consent even by paid male sex workers who are routinely groped by female clients in ways that would never happen with the sexes reversed.

    https://www.stereogum.com/1677535/iggy-azalea-wants-fans-to-stop-trying-to-finger-her/video/

    She also mentioned that she wears two pairs of underwear plus tights on stage now for protection, and that she’s faced assault from women especially. “Girls will try to do it more than guys ’cause girls think it’s cool, like, ‘We both got vaginas, it’s fine.’ Doesn’t make it OK.” Definitely not OK.

  • DubsPackage
    3 points Jul 11,2019, 5:13pm

    Women are so entitled, especially nowadays

  • Reddit_PoliceChief
    -4 points Jul 11,2019, 6:17am

    Humans havent been around for millions of years..

COMMENTS

  • DavidByron2
    3 points Jul 11,2019, 3:16pm

    All women are Donald Trump.

    They all act entitled to sexual attention and entitled to mild sexual assault because they are sexual celebrities.

    "When you're a star they let you do it"

    vs

    "When you're a woman and they're a man they let you do it"

    As with Trump and perhaps other super rich or famous men, most women are used to being chased after by the opposite sex so they have entitlement and they just assume consent by anyone they fancy because what man wouldn't consent? What woman wouldn't consent to being with a celebrity billionaire?

    It's so bad that women assume consent even by paid male sex workers who are routinely groped by female clients in ways that would never happen with the sexes reversed.

    https://www.stereogum.com/1677535/iggy-azalea-wants-fans-to-stop-trying-to-finger-her/video/

    She also mentioned that she wears two pairs of underwear plus tights on stage now for protection, and that she’s faced assault from women especially. “Girls will try to do it more than guys ’cause girls think it’s cool, like, ‘We both got vaginas, it’s fine.’ Doesn’t make it OK.” Definitely not OK.

  • DubsPackage
    3 points Jul 11,2019, 5:13pm

    Women are so entitled, especially nowadays

  • Reddit_PoliceChief
    -4 points Jul 11,2019, 6:17am

    Humans havent been around for millions of years..

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COMMENTS

  • alphastrike212
    10 points Jul 09,2019, 5:20pm

    When women fail they date a 48 years old...

  • xmjones100
    7 points Jul 09,2019, 5:39pm

    When men fail, they talk about it in a group. When women fail, they accuse men of rape.

  • tenchineuro
    5 points Jul 09,2019, 5:49pm

    When women fail they blame themselves and look inward

    Say what? They blame the nearest man, society or the patriarchy. Women don't generally seem to understand that they can be at fault.

  • ThePigmanAgain
    3 points Jul 09,2019, 7:15pm

    LOL! When women fail, they blame everyone EXCEPT themselves! The patriarchy, men, gerbils, whatever comes to mind.

  • Egalitarianwhistle
    2 points Jul 09,2019, 6:44pm

    Apex fallacy

  • ThePigmanAgain
    2 points Jul 09,2019, 7:18pm

    Her account seems to be gone. Another strong, independent woman who couldn't handle criticism over her misandry?

  • Metroid545
    2 points Jul 09,2019, 8:09pm

    Someone got left for an 18 year old...

  • GonnaNutInYourButt
    1 points Jul 09,2019, 8:06pm

    I dated an 18 year old when I was 27. She was hot and didn't have worms in her brain like these militant feminists.

    If that makes them mad, good. Another point for me.

  • Tmomp
    1 points Jul 09,2019, 8:22pm

    The men I know expect failure because they set their sights high, sometimes beyond their reach. When they fail, they learn from the experience and improve themselves.

    You can't really call it failure. Just life experience.

    She sounds unhappy.

COMMENTS

  • alphastrike212
    10 points Jul 09,2019, 5:20pm

    When women fail they date a 48 years old...

  • xmjones100
    7 points Jul 09,2019, 5:39pm

    When men fail, they talk about it in a group. When women fail, they accuse men of rape.

  • tenchineuro
    5 points Jul 09,2019, 5:49pm

    When women fail they blame themselves and look inward

    Say what? They blame the nearest man, society or the patriarchy. Women don't generally seem to understand that they can be at fault.

  • Lethn
    4 points Jul 09,2019, 5:27pm

    I love how they completely ignore the existence of predatory female teachers who look for easy teen dick, as is typical of these morons who hate men.

  • ThePigmanAgain
    3 points Jul 09,2019, 7:15pm

    LOL! When women fail, they blame everyone EXCEPT themselves! The patriarchy, men, gerbils, whatever comes to mind.

  • Egalitarianwhistle
    2 points Jul 09,2019, 6:44pm

    Apex fallacy

  • ThePigmanAgain
    2 points Jul 09,2019, 7:18pm

    Her account seems to be gone. Another strong, independent woman who couldn't handle criticism over her misandry?

  • Metroid545
    2 points Jul 09,2019, 8:09pm

    Someone got left for an 18 year old...

  • GonnaNutInYourButt
    1 points Jul 09,2019, 8:06pm

    I dated an 18 year old when I was 27. She was hot and didn't have worms in her brain like these militant feminists.

    If that makes them mad, good. Another point for me.

  • Tmomp
    1 points Jul 09,2019, 8:22pm

    The men I know expect failure because they set their sights high, sometimes beyond their reach. When they fail, they learn from the experience and improve themselves.

    You can't really call it failure. Just life experience.

    She sounds unhappy.

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COMMENTS

  • keiths31
    1 points Jul 08,2019, 8:28pm

    Well she is not wrong

  • Platonic69ing
    1 points Jul 08,2019, 8:29pm

    I mean, it's true, but why have AC so cold that you need more clothing inside. Especially when you go outside afterwards, well, if you don't die you will sure as hell feel like you do. 😅

  • RoughWedding
    1 points Jul 08,2019, 8:42pm

    It's crazy what passes for business casual for women these days. They can wear sleeveless blouses, capris, and open-toed shoes. Meanwhile, men are stuck with buttoned-up collard shirts, slacks, and dress shoes and socks. Whenever I hear them say the office temps are sexist, I get a little sweatier and am told to wear an undershirt.

COMMENTS

  • keiths31
    1 points Jul 08,2019, 8:28pm

    Well she is not wrong

  • Platonic69ing
    1 points Jul 08,2019, 8:29pm

    I mean, it's true, but why have AC so cold that you need more clothing inside. Especially when you go outside afterwards, well, if you don't die you will sure as hell feel like you do. 😅

  • RoughWedding
    1 points Jul 08,2019, 8:42pm

    It's crazy what passes for business casual for women these days. They can wear sleeveless blouses, capris, and open-toed shoes. Meanwhile, men are stuck with buttoned-up collard shirts, slacks, and dress shoes and socks. Whenever I hear them say the office temps are sexist, I get a little sweatier and am told to wear an undershirt.

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Got downvoted to hell in r/tennis for this. Just my stance on "equal pay" while women play best of 3 and men play best of 5

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COMMENTS

  • Diesel-66
    6 points Jul 06,2019, 11:46am

    Viewership, tickets, and merchandise is much more important for sports

  • RoryTate
    5 points Jul 06,2019, 3:27pm

    The tennis world is unfortunately a bit reality-challenged when it comes to men and women. I don't know if the unfairness is so much to do with differences in work hours at slams (for every other tournament the standard is 3-set matches for both men and women, so slams aren't the only events to consider here) and working conditions (women also get longer rest breaks, in-match coaching, etc), but the most important factor between the two jobs IMO is that the ATP (what is called men's tennis) is an open category, meaning that anyone can play in it regardless of sex. However, the WTA is a protected job class, in that it will not allow men to compete (or trans women, though that is another discussion entirely). I can understand the position that the two jobs should pay the same if people can move between them freely, but when they are separated like this they are obviously not the same job, and the decision becomes much more against equal pay.

    It doesn't help that the WTA is absolutely incompetent as an organization. Both the WTA and the female athletes unfortunately use this exact same cherry-picking of a few popular women's matches to dispute the observable fact that their sport gets far less viewership on average than men's matches. It should be easy to point out this broader trend to them and start an objective discussion about it, but with the slurs of "misogyny" being available to them it's too easy to simply shut down anyone who speaks up about this.

    The men's game actually has a similar problem right now, with people paying to watch Federer or Nadal win, but not caring much otherwise. The responses of the two organizations to this difficult fact are like night and day, in that the ATP recently created the "Next Gen" finals and has put a lot of effort and money into marketing its young talent. This transition to new faces of men's tennis will be turbulent, yes, but very exciting for fans of the sport after such a long period of total dominance by three players (Fed/Nadal/Djokovic). They have also made changes to the huge discrepancies between the earnings of top ten players vs those below them, plus recognized the inability for many athletes on the Challenger circuit to remain financially solvent. And they continue to discuss these problems semi-openly and without pulling punches (though internal politics do abound, especially around the share of tournament earnings going to players -- it is estimated that less than 20% of the revenue ends up in the player's pockets...and this is even less in slams).

    When dealing with the same problem, the WTA and its small fanbase unfortunately just choose to stick their heads in the sand and only poke them up once in a while to shout "SEXISM!" at the top of their lungs until people go away in disgust. The future of the women's sport is very uncertain and full of huge risk because of this. Personally, I used to enjoy watching women's tennis almost as much as men's tennis once upon a time, but now I won't even consider watching a woman's tennis match unless I want to go to sleep or just laugh at all the empty seats in the stadium.

  • obries39
    1 points Jul 06,2019, 11:26am

    Is the point of this post the pay breakdown for tennis players, or the fact that you got downvoted?

COMMENTS

  • Diesel-66
    6 points Jul 06,2019, 11:46am

    Viewership, tickets, and merchandise is much more important for sports

  • RoryTate
    5 points Jul 06,2019, 3:27pm

    The tennis world is unfortunately a bit reality-challenged when it comes to men and women. I don't know if the unfairness is so much to do with differences in work hours at slams (for every other tournament the standard is 3-set matches for both men and women, so slams aren't the only events to consider here) and working conditions (women also get longer rest breaks, in-match coaching, etc), but the most important factor between the two jobs IMO is that the ATP (what is called men's tennis) is an open category, meaning that anyone can play in it regardless of sex. However, the WTA is a protected job class, in that it will not allow men to compete (or trans women, though that is another discussion entirely). I can understand the position that the two jobs should pay the same if people can move between them freely, but when they are separated like this they are obviously not the same job, and the decision becomes much more against equal pay.

    It doesn't help that the WTA is absolutely incompetent as an organization. Both the WTA and the female athletes unfortunately use this exact same cherry-picking of a few popular women's matches to dispute the observable fact that their sport gets far less viewership on average than men's matches. It should be easy to point out this broader trend to them and start an objective discussion about it, but with the slurs of "misogyny" being available to them it's too easy to simply shut down anyone who speaks up about this.

    The men's game actually has a similar problem right now, with people paying to watch Federer or Nadal win, but not caring much otherwise. The responses of the two organizations to this difficult fact are like night and day, in that the ATP recently created the "Next Gen" finals and has put a lot of effort and money into marketing its young talent. This transition to new faces of men's tennis will be turbulent, yes, but very exciting for fans of the sport after such a long period of total dominance by three players (Fed/Nadal/Djokovic). They have also made changes to the huge discrepancies between the earnings of top ten players vs those below them, plus recognized the inability for many athletes on the Challenger circuit to remain financially solvent. And they continue to discuss these problems semi-openly and without pulling punches (though internal politics do abound, especially around the share of tournament earnings going to players -- it is estimated that less than 20% of the revenue ends up in the player's pockets...and this is even less in slams).

    When dealing with the same problem, the WTA and its small fanbase unfortunately just choose to stick their heads in the sand and only poke them up once in a while to shout "SEXISM!" at the top of their lungs until people go away in disgust. The future of the women's sport is very uncertain and full of huge risk because of this. Personally, I used to enjoy watching women's tennis almost as much as men's tennis once upon a time, but now I won't even consider watching a woman's tennis match unless I want to go to sleep or just laugh at all the empty seats in the stadium.

  • obries39
    1 points Jul 06,2019, 11:26am

    Is the point of this post the pay breakdown for tennis players, or the fact that you got downvoted?

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    1 points Jul 06,2019, 12:08pm

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COMMENTS

  • SCROTAL-SACK
    15 points Jul 06,2019, 4:03pm

    A sign of things to come? The final form of Western feminism

  • filosophicalaardvark
    10 points Jul 06,2019, 4:27pm

    What a stupid cunt

  • rahsoft
    9 points Jul 06,2019, 4:38pm

    not buying it in the slighest

    and you complain that someone is raping you with their eyes !!!

    well done for diminishing the experience of REAL rape victims,

    what a narcissist

  • Gaki-San
    2 points Jul 06,2019, 6:57pm

    Avert your eyes, peon!

    I'm sure it has everything to do with his desire to own you, and not the fact you're in the upper echelon for attractiveness, won Miss India, and are now actively working in Bollywood.

  • lbrtrnaut
    2 points Jul 06,2019, 7:33pm

    You can't rape someone with your eyes, but you can rape their reputation with your words.

  • MightyThicc
    1 points Jul 06,2019, 7:28pm

    So now when someone is staring at you, it's a normal thing to share pictures of them with no blur or anything on a social media without the person's accord? I need answers

  • Cfo77
    1 points Jul 06,2019, 7:52pm

    Lol it’s only because the man is unattractive, if it was chad she wouldn’t be complaining

  • actualsize123
    1 points Jul 06,2019, 8:30pm

    Maybe he was just a fan?

COMMENTS

  • SCROTAL-SACK
    15 points Jul 06,2019, 4:03pm

    A sign of things to come? The final form of Western feminism

  • filosophicalaardvark
    10 points Jul 06,2019, 4:27pm

    What a stupid cunt

  • rahsoft
    9 points Jul 06,2019, 4:38pm

    not buying it in the slighest

    and you complain that someone is raping you with their eyes !!!

    well done for diminishing the experience of REAL rape victims,

    what a narcissist

  • Lion_amongst_gods
    3 points Jul 06,2019, 6:03pm

    If that is the case, then women have eyes too and therefore they can be culpable of rape just as much as a man. Let it go to court and let's set the rape law gender-neutral!

  • Gaki-San
    2 points Jul 06,2019, 6:57pm

    Avert your eyes, peon!

    I'm sure it has everything to do with his desire to own you, and not the fact you're in the upper echelon for attractiveness, won Miss India, and are now actively working in Bollywood.

  • lbrtrnaut
    2 points Jul 06,2019, 7:33pm

    You can't rape someone with your eyes, but you can rape their reputation with your words.

  • MightyThicc
    1 points Jul 06,2019, 7:28pm

    So now when someone is staring at you, it's a normal thing to share pictures of them with no blur or anything on a social media without the person's accord? I need answers

  • Cfo77
    1 points Jul 06,2019, 7:52pm

    Lol it’s only because the man is unattractive, if it was chad she wouldn’t be complaining

  • actualsize123
    1 points Jul 06,2019, 8:30pm

    Maybe he was just a fan?

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So many of us grew up indoctrinated that domestic abuse done by women is somehow ok

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COMMENTS

  • 5th_Law_of_Robotics
    17 points Jul 03,2019, 8:02am

    Yeah it's very casual.

    Even vanilla shows like everyone loves Raymond display domestic violence by wives against husbands as humorous and harmless.

    Boys pick up that they should laugh it off. Girls pick up that they can hit and it doesn't really mean anything. Meanwhile the only times men are shown beating their wives is to establish them as a villain who is probably about to be murdered by the hero. No wonder domestic violence is mostly from women.

  • Men-Are-Human
    15 points Jul 03,2019, 6:50am

    I noticed this too. And they do it with cartoons puppets so it's harder to complain about it.

  • IThrewAwayMyPassword
    8 points Jul 03,2019, 7:20am

    I had an ex that loved miss piggy. She was also emotionally and physically abusive. Never put the two together at the time.

  • NohoTwoPointOh
    3 points Jul 03,2019, 7:48am

    That karate chop she had was pretty hardcore.

  • Alpaca64
    3 points Jul 03,2019, 10:06am

    People have been throwing around "toxic femininity" ever since "toxic masculinity" became a buzzword, but nobody has ever had a clear example of what that meant.

    I now appreciate exactly what that would mean. This is a great example

  • guesswhobitches2019
    2 points Jul 03,2019, 4:54pm

    Violence both ways is fucked no matter what. I was emotionally abused by my mother growing up. My dad and I were the passive ones.

  • boringcarpets
    1 points Jul 03,2019, 12:39pm

    Pervasive isn't it

COMMENTS

  • 5th_Law_of_Robotics
    17 points Jul 03,2019, 8:02am

    Yeah it's very casual.

    Even vanilla shows like everyone loves Raymond display domestic violence by wives against husbands as humorous and harmless.

    Boys pick up that they should laugh it off. Girls pick up that they can hit and it doesn't really mean anything. Meanwhile the only times men are shown beating their wives is to establish them as a villain who is probably about to be murdered by the hero. No wonder domestic violence is mostly from women.

  • Men-Are-Human
    15 points Jul 03,2019, 6:50am

    I noticed this too. And they do it with cartoons puppets so it's harder to complain about it.

  • IThrewAwayMyPassword
    8 points Jul 03,2019, 7:20am

    I had an ex that loved miss piggy. She was also emotionally and physically abusive. Never put the two together at the time.

  • DarkPandaLord
    5 points Jul 03,2019, 1:12pm

    If a man forces a woman to become his sex slave, that's considered a disgusting crime in the social environment.

    If a woman forces a man to become her sex slave, that's considered kinky and arousing in the social environment.

    (By the way, I don't mean the legal environment. They are both crimes there.)

  • NohoTwoPointOh
    3 points Jul 03,2019, 7:48am

    That karate chop she had was pretty hardcore.

  • Alpaca64
    3 points Jul 03,2019, 10:06am

    People have been throwing around "toxic femininity" ever since "toxic masculinity" became a buzzword, but nobody has ever had a clear example of what that meant.

    I now appreciate exactly what that would mean. This is a great example

  • guesswhobitches2019
    2 points Jul 03,2019, 4:54pm

    Violence both ways is fucked no matter what. I was emotionally abused by my mother growing up. My dad and I were the passive ones.

  • boringcarpets
    1 points Jul 03,2019, 12:39pm

    Pervasive isn't it