But, but, but ... it's so much more fun to imagine I have an electronic slave available to play me endless Depeche Mode singles, give me weather updates on demand and read Warren Farell to me than it is to get all indignant and offended over nothing.
You mean to tell me, I'm doing it wrong! Gawdamnit, I'll never get this right.
"De-polarize women and re-moralize men." - Me
virtue of character--practical/ethical wisdom--human flourishing
It is not a battle to win but an attitude to share.
AVFM Mission Statement
"Advice for women engaging with the MRM"
1. Don't make assumption about the MRM or the people in it.
2. If you're engaging for the purpose of joining, don't be an FMRA, be an MRA. Being an FMRA creates a distinction and distinctions are potential divides.
3. Be honest. You don't have to be an open book or forthright or anything. Just be honest with what you do say.
4. Fact check everything. Never "listen and believe" any "fact" or figure or position. When in doubt demand a citation or a source.
5. Feelings are only good for explaining personal, anecdotal, situations.