Thursday, March 18, 2010

The Feminist View of Men

These are 9 things that almost all women born after 1970 believe firmly and unquestioningly, albeit often unconsciously -

1. A man has absolutely no right to sex, even if the woman has demanded sexual exclusivity from that man. Should he voice objection to this, then his assets and children are to be taken from him.

2. If a woman decides she is "unhappy" or "unfulfilled" then the man is to be deprived of his assets and children.

3. A man MUST subsidize a woman's every whim and desire, and must say nothing when she changes her mind - no matter how much the change of mind might cost him or how much it may harm him.

4. A man is useful for nothing more than DNA, household chores, and a paycheck to subsidize the woman's whims and desires. If the man's paycheck should fail to fully subsidize the woman's every whim and desire, then the man is to be deprived of his assets and children. Should the woman become "unhappy" or "unfulfilled" due to the man's failure to earn an adequate amount to subsidize the woman, then he is to continue to subsidize the woman via alimony and child support - even if he never gets to see his children.

5. A man's feelings, hopes, dreams, and aspirations are of no account, and ought to be dismissed as an annoyance should he dare to voice them. Should he voice them too often or too loudly, then the man is to be deprived of his assets and his children.

6. A man's dreams and hopes for the future should be subject to laughter, derision and ridicule. All attempts to better himself or his situation should be sabotaged. However, if this sabotage should prove successful and the man as a result of such sabotage should fail to earn as much money as the husbands and boyfriends of the woman's friends, then the man is to be deprived of his assets and his children.

7. A man is never to voice his opinion, unless it is identical to the woman's opinion.

8. A man is to be silent, unless he is telling the woman how amazing, beautiful or smart she is. Should the man speak up otherwise, then he is to be deprived of his assets and his children.

9. Men are the enemy in every conceivable way, and it is the duty of the woman to lie to the man, to sabotage his every attempt at happiness or success, and to drain him like a common parasite.

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  2. As a feminist, I don't know where you're getting these ideas.... I do think that there are quite a few problems today with how men are often not given custody, simply because women are seen as "better parents". But I think the only people that apply to the list you've made are feminazis, or women that are so extreme in their hatred for men that they claim awful things about how women are better than men or whatever. In the end, I think we all need to just respect eachother.

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    1. Women are not better parents than men, it is completely unfair how women are allowed rights to children and men have to take them to court just for visitation.
      I am a feminist too, women have equal pay, they have more rights than men and receive lighter punishments in the eyes of the law.
      Feminism for me is now for men trying to get equal to women, not the other way around.

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  3. As a feminist, I don't know where you're getting these ideas.... I do think that there are quite a few problems today with how men are often not given custody, simply because women are seen as "better parents". But I think the only people that apply to the list you've made are feminazis, or women that are so extreme in their hatred for men that they claim awful things about how women are better than men or whatever. In the end, I think we all need to just respect eachother.

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  4. As a 25 year old man, who was child of divorce, who has seen from afar and up close. That this is the way of the world I live in now. I've lost my first born son to the courts. I've experienced your feminist point of views first hand and the laws it has put down to bridge the gap for your ever unattainable "equality"

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  6. As a 25 year old man, who was child of divorce, who has seen from afar and up close. That this is the way of the world I live in now. I've lost my first born son to the courts. I've experienced your feminist point of views first hand and the laws it has put down to bridge the gap for your ever unattainable "equality"

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