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    SJWism in Lebanon (Middle East)

    I am a gaming geek, and an Arab guy from Lebanon, and an ex-muslim.
    The SJW mentality is present in the American University of Beirut especially in the far left pro-hezbollah Red Oak , and the newly established AUB Feminist club, last year they organized a march for International Women's day and it was supposed to be a women's only protest, but after having rational feminists negotiate with them, they agreed to allow men, but they have to be in the back because they are too privileged.
    Outside both universities there is a group called the Socialist Forum all of them are SJWs, HELEM the LGBTQ community of Lebanon, the anti-rascim movement.
    HELEM once told me that gender is a social construct, one time a transvestite woman wearing men's clothing identified as a transman but wants to be addressed as she.
    The Intersectionalist club's president thinks that men shouldn't have a voice in the club, and rely on identity politics instead of academics, one time when I was a feminist they accused me of mansplaining for mentioning how the patriarchy harms men, and told me to "check your privilege"
    Lebanon is suffering from a Syrian refugee crisis and our economy is already devastated and there are many Syrian refugees who are ISIL & Al-Qaeda members committing terrorist attacks on Lebanon, our police officers and armed forces are accused of xenophobia by the anti-racist movement for checking on Syrians.
    The AUB Secular Club, had a good start,their mission was to combat sectarianism,raise awarness about secularism,and abolish religious bigotry & authoritarianism, but they have been hijacked by SJWs.

    The only feminists in Lebanon that I know are reasonable are:
    The staff of The Institute of Women's Studies in the Arab World, who take men's issue into consideration.
    #YouStink and #Badna_Nhaseb girls,#YouStink and #Badna_Nhaseb were created in response to Lebanon's garbage crisis, the movements demand a clean environment, and other basic human rights, and believe in gender equality.
    Sabaa is a newly established secularist political party in Lebanon.
    Joumana Haddad a journalist,poet, feminist, LGBTQ advocate, and HRA, who believes that the patriarchy also harms men, and that misandry must not be tolerated.
    Abaad, an agency that combats gender based violence, and also provide shelters for male victims of domestic violence,sexual harassment and rape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ibn.AL.Muqafaa View Post
    I am a gaming geek, and an Arab guy from Lebanon, and an ex-muslim.
    The SJW mentality is present in the American University of Beirut especially in the far left pro-hezbollah Red Oak , and the newly established AUB Feminist club, last year they organized a march for International Women's day and it was supposed to be a women's only protest, but after having rational feminists negotiate with them, they agreed to allow men, but they have to be in the back because they are too privileged.
    Outside both universities there is a group called the Socialist Forum all of them are SJWs, HELEM the LGBTQ community of Lebanon, the anti-rascim movement.
    HELEM once told me that gender is a social construct, one time a transvestite woman wearing men's clothing identified as a transman but wants to be addressed as she.
    The Intersectionalist club's president thinks that men shouldn't have a voice in the club, and rely on identity politics instead of academics, one time when I was a feminist they accused me of mansplaining for mentioning how the patriarchy harms men, and told me to "check your privilege"
    Lebanon is suffering from a Syrian refugee crisis and our economy is already devastated and there are many Syrian refugees who are ISIL & Al-Qaeda members committing terrorist attacks on Lebanon, our police officers and armed forces are accused of xenophobia by the anti-racist movement for checking on Syrians.
    The AUB Secular Club, had a good start,their mission was to combat sectarianism,raise awarness about secularism,and abolish religious bigotry & authoritarianism, but they have been hijacked by SJWs.

    The only feminists in Lebanon that I know are reasonable are:
    The staff of The Institute of Women's Studies in the Arab World, who take men's issue into consideration.
    #YouStink and #Badna_Nhaseb girls,#YouStink and #Badna_Nhaseb were created in response to Lebanon's garbage crisis, the movements demand a clean environment, and other basic human rights, and believe in gender equality.
    Sabaa is a newly established secularist political party in Lebanon.
    Joumana Haddad a journalist,poet, feminist, LGBTQ advocate, and HRA, who believes that the patriarchy also harms men, and that misandry must not be tolerated.
    Abaad, an agency that combats gender based violence, and also provide shelters for male victims of domestic violence,sexual harassment and rape.


    And Feminists try to claim they don't hate men...

    That's a good one! Tell us another.
    FEMINISM is a HATE GROUP - Feminists are HATEFUL PEOPLE
    It's time to call it out for what it is.



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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_e View Post
    And Feminists try to claim they don't hate men...

    That's a good one! Tell us another.
    What about Christina Hoff Sommers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ibn.AL.Muqafaa View Post
    What about Christina Hoff Sommers?
    I'll let Paul Elam (founder of "A Voice For Men") answer that one...

    FEMINISM is a HATE GROUP - Feminists are HATEFUL PEOPLE
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