Why remain silent?

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Let's talk back to unreasonable feminist demands.

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

BOOKSTORE Part 2






These are some more books ...
I will continue to add to my blog interesting books for the Men's Rights Movement.
Some years ago there was not much to find in the book-stores. Publications about 'Men's Rights' were rare. It seems, times are changing...

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

actually men's rights publications are very common in fact when you read feminism literature you can easily see the fact that they support good fathers and its deadbeat dads and deadbeat mothers that they criticize. in fact one of the strongest supporters of father's rights IN the uk and us have been feminist groups. Just because you don't understand what feminism actually is doesn't mean it isn't good.
Stick that in your boyfriends cock and smoke it.

Yohan said...

Yes, men's rights publications are now very common, but we still need much more of them.

I do not know about a single case, where a feminist was defending a father...even not, when it turned out, that he is not the biological father, but a cheated husband.

Your comment 'Stick that in your boyfriends cock and smoke it' shows me, how feminists think about 'equality' when we talk about father's rights.

Squawk 7500 said...

Anonymous:

Prove it.

Seriously. Name some examples in feminist literature that support good fathers and condemn deadbeat mothers.

You say they're common, you need to come up with more than one example.

Unfortunately, we won't be waiting with baited breath, as you can't, because no examples exist.

Quite simply, you are speaking from your asshole, which is to be expected from someone who feels so confident about the validity of their viewpoints that they not only post anonymously (a tactic oft-condemned by feminist boards) but also conclude their pathetic argument with "stick that in your boyfriends cock and smoke it."

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said; "Stick that in your boyfriends cock and smoke it."

How utterly childish!

Anonymous said; "in fact one of the strongest supporters of father's rights IN the uk and us have been feminist groups"

Evidence, please. And, I would be interested to hear your comments on the Cato Institute paper titled "Feminist Jurisprudence: Equal Rights Or Neo-Paternalism?".

Anonymous said; "Just because you don't understand what feminism actually is doesn't mean it isn't good."

Erin Pizzey, founder of the first battered women's shelter in 1971 understands what Feminism "actually is". In a radio interview (source available on request), she said; "I think it's one of the most evil movements of this last century."

Kim said...


in fact when you read feminism literature you can easily see the fact that they support good fathers and its deadbeat dads and deadbeat mothers that they criticize. in fact one of the strongest supporters of father's rights IN the uk and us have been feminist groups. Just because you don't understand what feminism actually is doesn't mean it isn't good.
Stick that in your boyfriends cock and smoke it.


Hmmm...apparently this branch of feminism likes to operate incognito because I've never dealt with them.

Feminism represents women, right, wrong or otherwise. A defining characteristic of feminism is it's ability to disregard the rights and value of roughly 1/2 the world's population.

If there are feminists that do support men, that do support the rights and roles of fathers, that do recognize the importance and valule of men and fathers...then they really need to speak out because as it is, be it spokespeople of feminism on T.V., radio and in print or the plethora of blogs and websites on the internet, I have yet to see any substantial evidence to support this claim.

Now please, don't bring me random examples of one or two feminists who have stood in support of fathers, I've no doubt that there are exceptions to the rule, but it's going to take more than one or two incidences to counter the endless array of anti-men, anti-father statements.

KellyMac said...

The only feminist I can think of who even wants to treat men the same as women is Erin Pizzey. And she's been ostracized by the feminist community. Anonymous, there is something you need to do: stop reading the "literature" (cherry-picked, I might add), and start looking at the actions.

Masculist Man said...

Anonymous March 17, 2008 12:40 PM,

If feminists are against deadbeat mothers as you put it then why did they champion safe haven laws that allowed mothers to abandon their children at police and fire stations allowing them to abandon motherhood but insist that men and only men are stuck with the financial raising of the chidren,even if they are not his.

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