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    Video: Men and Abortion - exposing the underbelly of feminism

    Men and Abortion - exposing the underbelly of feminism
    FEMINISM is a HATE GROUP - Feminists are HATEFUL PEOPLE
    It's time to call it out for what it is.



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    The Sarah Ditum statement should be pulled out and recorded. Not even in response to including men in any way about abortion decision or impact merely to the question about including the capacity for men to talk about their feelings in regards to abortions she responds:

    "If we're talking about what accommodation institutions so abortion providers or the NHS should be making for men to discuss their feelings I don't feel like they should be doing any more than they're doing already. The more you involve men the more you take the focus away from women, you stop talking about this as a decision that a woman has to make with all the physical economic social and ethical considerations that she's going to put into that decision and you're suddenly allowing this other person who is in a physical sense very much a junior partner in the whole baby-making process to be involved in that decision. You're kind of embracing him within the discussion and that really shouldn't be our default. A sort of an inexorable slippage that happens the more you talk about how men feel the more the feelings as men become the centre of the conversation. Only women can have abortions only women have to deal with it you know huge potentially fatal consequences is going to see with the pregnancy." - Sarah Ditum, proud bigot.
    Feminists using extremist sexism to make the default not only exclude a man from abortion decisions, but from even talking about any impact on him. Because men talking about their feelings is dangerous, they will make everything about them.

    Does anyone else get the feeling that a good chunk of feminism is simply stating what they actually do, as a blame, threat, hate narrative that they then accuse men of.

    Well there's self feeding monster, the more hateful they are towards men, the more things they can accuse men of. Seeing more and more examples of this, men accused of things by feminists that men would never do, or even have much of a clue how to do, that you see feminists doing to men or promoting be done to men. Gonna start pulling out and posting these examples when I see them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by voidspawn View Post
    Does anyone else get the feeling that a good chunk of feminism is simply stating what they actually do, as a blame, threat, hate narrative that they then accuse men of.
    The word has been going around the forum, yes, that feminism is one giant projection.
    The "entitlement" slogan is just one example. There are myriad others.

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    this is tom golden. i love that man he's one of my favourite 2 mra
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