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  • Looking for Proof of Male Privilege in Your Daily Life? Here Are 7 Undeniable Example

    And of course we are going to deny them... even the Pee Privilege.

    http://everydayfeminism.com/2015/05/...ale-privilege/

    Let me tell you a fascinating story:

    Thirty minutes after waking up, I zipped to the school at which I teach and experienced a damn fine day of teaching. Upon my return home, I headed out for a run on an unseasonably warm March afternoon.

    After a family dinner and tagging out of the bedtime routine for our four-year-old, I walked to a coffee shop, where I finally started this article, an achievement I rewarded with a short dose of Netflix.

    What’s fascinating about this story has little to do with the less-than-scintillating ways I spent my time, but it has everything to do with the staggering display of male privilege this story reveals.
    Oh nice... My day went like this:

    I wake up, pay a bill, had left overs for breakfast and then go to my part-time gig. Spend some time working at the computer, and some time of physical activities, as my job title is open to help other people when they need it. Then I made it back to my apartment, ate something, and then toke a nap, wake up latter on to check out how the internetz is doing, read some stuff, type some stuff, then will do some exercises, probably jerk off, take a shower and back to sleep.

    What is fascinating about my story is the lack of privileges.

    1. I Have the Privilege of a Short Morning Routine

    (“Harp” alarm noise.)

    To my obnoxious alarm, I lithely woke up, as the weight of an entire culture – male-dominated, market-driven – does not rest on my physical attractiveness.

    Advertisements do not routinely divide my body into tiny increments and then proceed to tell me that each increment fails miserably (unless, of course, you buy some product).

    They do not paste to the inside of my eyelids an unattainable image of beauty for my gender (that consists of a body type that only about 5% of women have – even fewer if you consider that this image is nearly exclusively White).

    Because I can, for the most part, evade advertising that preys on and nurtures insecurities, I can sleep in and enjoy more time in the morning.

    To perpetually tired and overworked women making ends meet, these privileges might trump the extra money I’m likely to make (according to one study, even my home – “liberal” Seattle – has one of the worst gender pay gaps of “50 major metropolitan areas in the US”).

    I can roll out of bed, leave the house with my short hair still wet, and arrive to work at 8am, makeupless, shoving my shirt into my pants – without any repercussions.

    In contrast, many women must meticulously ready themselves for the day.

    Even the morning routines of some of business’ most powerful women, according to Forbes, include cooking breakfast for the family. (I wonder how many of 355 men on the Forbes 400 Richest Americans list integrate into their morning routine a round of eggs for the family.)

    At the 2015 Golden Globes, Tina Fey called out the unfairness of such imbalanced routines:

    “Steve Carrell’s Foxcatcher look took two hours to put on, including his hairstyling and makeup. Just for comparison, it took me three hours today to prepare for my role as a human woman.”
    It took me some time to understand what you was talking about. The way you describe make up is award and totally odd... If you are really so incline to understand it, perhaps should try it some day. Nobody spends 3 hours applying make up.

    However you remember that line I say about doing some exercises? To perform my job I have to be fit. one of my coworkers actually goes to hit the gym at 5 AM, I am lazy so I just do some push ups and, crunches and, stuff. But yeah.. the day you need your body to work you will understand.

    2. I Have the Privilege of a Gender That Confers Authority

    I work damn hard at teaching, and such dedication certainly accounted for much of my “damn fine day of teaching” that day in March. But hard work is rarely, if ever, the sole driver of any success story.

    Long before students reach my classroom, they have been trained for the past 17-18 years to think of my gender as the authority.

    They might have learned it at an early age when assertive girls were smacked down with labels like “bossy” – a reality that recently spurred the Ban Bossy campaign.

    They might have learned it from watching media that rampantly objectifies women, often blurring the line between mainstream media and pornography.

    They might have learned it from consistently seeing men overrepresented and women underrepresented in positions of power.

    And I benefit from all of these lessons as a male teacher.

    (Heck, it wouldn’t surprise me if male teachers were the original mansplainers, as men dominated the field long before women replaced them as far cheaper labor.)

    And the research confirms my upgraded status as Mr. (not Ms.) Greenberg.

    A New York Times column reports that women professors are rated consistently lower than male professors, based on a study of 14 million reviews on RateMyProfessors.com.

    Another study of online courses – in which men and women professors gave erroneous genders – led to similar results: Teachers with male names consistently came out on top.

    On the topic of work, I also have the privilege of evading scrutiny of my work-life balance, a luxury that even celebrities like Jennifer Garner are unable to enjoy.

    Garner recounts constantly being asked about how she manages motherhood and acting, while her husband, actor Ben Affleck, instead gets asked about the “tits” of one of his much younger co-stars.
    Nobody is being trained to respect males. I don't get any of this benefit. I just see you bragging about it as a teacher?

    In my job I am expected to "work as a man" this is a thing that women are not expected to do...

    But lest talk about some of the challenges of your job:

    The responsibility of being a father figure to fatherless children.
    Dealing with possible claims of sex between teacher and students.
    Teaching is today mostly a female profession, you being a male have to prove that you have the qualities of teaching because they will assume you are in, just for the money or as a step to further your career and not real interest on the students.

    3. I Have the Privilege of Easy Bathroom Access – Even When There Are No Bathrooms

    Between my two-hour classes, I needed to pee – an urge, I’m told by female colleagues, that a penis is able to keep at bay longer (yet another privilege, though physiological and cisgender-specific, to add to the list).

    An open urinal or stall was waiting for me, as always.

    Such availability is not the norm for many women’s bathrooms, a fact I learned in the late nineties at an Ani Difranco concert – when dozens of women stormed the near-empty men’s bathroom – and one I often see confirmed in airports and at sporting events.

    Pee privilege also extends to the outdoors, as it’s not uncommon to see men urinating in public.

    While doing so is generally frowned upon – Hamburg’s nightclub district has even invested in urine-repellent paint to discourage the practice – many men still fire away.

    I know I do from time to time during my longer runs. But is my ability to dash behind a girthy tree to urinate in an upright position, at least mostly hidden from passersby, simply another physiological advantage?

    Or have we just accidentally tinkled on more evidence of a patriarchal culture?

    While studying abroad in Kenya, I routinely took long bus trips during which the side of the road was used as rest stops. I routinely witnessed both men and women pee on the side of the road.

    Yes, the women wore dresses and sarongs that concealed their lower regions, and, no, I am not arguing that Kenya represents the pinnacle of gender equality.

    Nevertheless, women squatting to pee in public can be a cultural norm. Just not for American women.

    Thus, here in the US, not only do cisgender ​men have the physiological luxury of holding it longer, they also have the patriarchal privilege of releasing it sooner (using a penis that is far cheaper to maintain and care for than a vagina).

    Probably not the most important privilege that I almost didn’t notice that day, but privileges come in all sizes, and even smaller ones deserve attention.
    Pee privilege?

    I honestly don't see what is the problem you are pointing at. but I guess nothing else we can do than tackle those points:

    There is a bathroom available to you because there is so few male teachers on the staff...

    There is not pee privileges on the outdoors, you can get a ticket for that.

    If you think pee while standing up is patriarchy, then sit down to pee. As I don't like to clean any mess cause of accidents, on my apartment, I do sit to pee.

    For the way you describe your pee habits I am going to assume you are circumcised. I am almost certainly that you will claim you get "circumcision privileges" that women don't get to enjoy because oppression don't let women circumcise... right?

    Anyway, a non circumcised penis need cleaning habits and routines, or else there will be stuff forming under the skin, this will produce irritation, pain and, possible infection. Keeping it clean is not that hard, but it needs to be done.

    4. I Have the Privilege to Show Skin

    Having finished teaching and feeling an uncharacteristically warm breeze through the classroom window, I bolted home as early as I could.

    On this March day, the temperature broke into the 70s, possibly for the first time in 2015. Not unlike that one Portlandia skit mocking sun-deprived Pacific Northwesterners, I did what any runner would do: I took off my shirt during my run.

    Except that not everyone can – not without breaking laws and attracting unwelcome attention (not to mention harassment and even violence).

    My nipples, as wonderful as they are, apparently pose far less of a threat than women’s nipples.

    This unequal nipple treatment has led to nipple activism – two words I don’t commonly associate with each other.

    Yet the #FreetheNipple campaign is gaining traction, as many – from an Icelandic teenager to comedian Chelsea Handler – refuse to house their nipples in the kitchen of undergarments any longer.

    Trained for so many years to view women’s breasts as near-magical vessels of sexual arousal, I confess that I struggle in retraining my brain for this paradigm shift.

    But I know that I can contemplate the shift shirtless in public without repercussion.

    A topless woman would unlikely feel safe to do so.
    As most cultural stuff, this will depend on the wheres and hows.

    So first have a look into this case, a school have regulated uniforms to ban shorts (because they show too much skin?), forcing boys to wear pants, while skirts are OK. The problem with pants on Summer are apparently significant, so this boy ended up wearing a skirt on protest of the dress code, while you read this article, think about your "privilege to show skin":

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education...imination.html

    In the other hand, my observation it is that most of the woman have some sort of pudor to go topless. They will unwelcome your call for "nipples liberation", and the women I know who likes to go topless will just do, as soon as a man takes of the shirt... that is the indication for them to do the same.

    girls8.jpg

    I don't know if you have notice this, but we are in 2016 no in 1950.

    5. I Have the Privilege to Move About Without Fear of Harassment, Assault, or Rape

    After (barely) winning the nightly pajama struggle with my four-year-old, I left my family for a coffee shop at 8:15 pm, long after sunset, and traveled one-and-a-half miles along Seattle streets, many of which were poorly lit.

    I did not once consider the possibility of street harassment or violence. Even the sight of a shadowy figure on the sidewalk ahead didn’t elevate my heart rate.

    Women rarely share this privilege, regardless of the time of day.

    According to a study conducted by the advocacy group Stop Street Harassment, 65% of women have experienced street harassment “at some point in their lives.”

    Of those women, 41% reported that the harassment included “being followed, touched, flashed, or forced to do something sexual.”

    In smaller numbers, men also experience such harassment, but very few of them are straight men like me.

    street-harassment

    And how does law enforcement treat crimes that primarily target women?

    Ask Julia Marquand from Seattle, and you’ll likely get a very negative response. She took a picture of the man who groped her, and when she showed it to the police, the cops dismissed it.

    So Marquand turned to social media, posting his picture on Twitter and subsequently attracting a fair amount of media attention, enough that other women came forward with similar stories about the man pictured.

    That’s what it took to finally get this man arrested in the fall of 2014.

    If Marquand’s story is sobering, then the recently released report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention should keep you on the wagon indefinitely:

    It revealed that one in five women in the United States has been raped or had experienced an attempted rape. (For a visual of what such a number per year looks like, see this graphic by Vox.)

    But this 20% figure obscures the disproportionate crimes that many women of Color face: “51.7% of American Indian or Alaskan Native women, 51.3% of multiracial women, and 41.2% of black women are violently abused by an intimate partner at some point.”

    The Gender, Violence, and Resource Access Survey shows that transgender people also face similarly high rates: 50% of transgender people have been “raped or assaulted by a romantic partner.”

    And let’s not forget the roles class and nationality can play. Rates of rape for girls and women crossing into the United States from Central America run as high as 80%.

    In contrast, men are so privileged that they don’t even have to know what rape means. One study found that many men – 32% – didn’t know that “[forcing] a women to [have] sexual intercourse” counts as rape.
    Oh here is where we bring up some numbers?

    Lest see... accordingly to the The National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey:

    1 in 71 men (1.4%) in the United States have been raped at some time in their lives
    Approximately 1 in 21 men (4.8%) reported that they were made to penetrate someone else during their lifetime (this is of course is not considered rape)
    6% of men have experienced sexual coercion in their lifetime
    11.7% of men have experienced unwanted sexual contact.
    More than one-quarter of male victims of completed rape (27.8%) experienced their first rape when they were 10 years of age or younger.
    1 in 19 men (5.2%) in the United States have experienced stalking victimization at some point during their lifetime in which they felt very fearful or believed that they or someone close to them would be harmed or killed.

    http://www.cdc.gov/violencepreventio..._summary-a.pdf

    And here I am going to do the "feminist thing" and claim that the unreported number is way higher than what you see.

    6. I Have the Privilege to Enjoy the Internet Without My Gender Being Assaulted

    Once I arrived at the café, following a walk during which nobody asked me to smile, I got to work writing and researching. Like the streets, the Internet is another realm through which I’m free to travel without attacks on my gender.

    And I have met a few Internet critics in my time, from White Supremacists to trolls with a Sith-like attraction to the Star Wars trilogies.

    Yet not one of these attacks targeted my gender.

    Sure, White Supremacists took note of my Jewish last name, but they omitted derogatory comments about my appearance. They didn’t once threaten me with rape.

    In contrast, many women face such attacks on a regular basis. But don’t take my word for it. Learn more here and here.

    Or ask Ashley Judd, whose tweet about a college basketball game – a fucking basketball game – led to an online onslaught of sexism: “bitch,” whore,” “the c-word,” and threats of rape.

    Or learn more about the work of Anita Sarkeesian, who has dedicated her life to eradicating the rampant sexism in video games and gaming culture – but don’t expect to read any YouTube comments for her video web series.

    They had to be disabled because of what she describes as a “massive online hate campaign.”
    Nobody have ever call you a "mangina"? because you are the perfect example of what a mangina is.

    7. I Have the Privilege of Seeing Myself Widely and Positively Represented in the Media

    Tired from a long day that included teaching, running, family-ing, and writing, I treated myself to some Netflix time while the rest of the household slept.

    Scrolling through the Netflix queue, protagonists of my gender abounded. Not just of my gender, but of my gender and age (42).

    Women, on the other hand, tend to disappear as protagonists when they reach my age.

    The Huffington Post reports that a woman’s average salary in Hollywood steadily increases until she hits the ancient age of 34, at which point it “drops off rapidly.”

    The peak salary for men extends to the age of 51, so I have a few years before the media makes me feel devalued and unimportant.

    With media whistleblowers like the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media and Jennifer Siebel Newsom’s The Representation Project, such gender-based discrepancies and sexism have been widely documented and exposed, but they persist, nevertheless.
    Maybe Netflix is showing you recommendations accordingly to your gender and age?

    I have to ask this because I actually had to run 2 different google search the first one give me results on male roes that where re-written for women. and the second search result, that is the best movies of 2015 give me this list, Just look at the top picture and you already know what to expect:

    http://www.rollingstone.com/movies/l...-2015-20151217

    Of course, I’m only scratching the surface of male privilege. I’m sure many women could find many privileges I overlooked. In fact, they already have: here, here, here, here, and here.

    Oh, and here, here, and here.

    And here.

    If it takes a man to tell you that male privilege is real and ubiquitous, then you just proved its power.

    But before we can dismantle systems of privilege, we must first understand how we unknowingly hold them in place, which means we must make male privilege far more visible.
    I am actually worried on how you want to make your pee privilege more visible...

    Anyway, I will argue that you don't really have the "privilege to show skin", as we already establish they cut the skin out of you already.
    Last edited by simpleman; 01-30-2016, 11:35 AM.

  • #2
    Originally posted by simpleman View Post
    And of course we are going to deny them... even the Pee Privilege.

    http://everydayfeminism.com/2015/05/...ale-privilege/



    Oh nice... My day went like this:

    I wake up, pay a bill, had left overs for breakfast and then go to my part-time gig. Spend some time working at the computer, and some time of physical activities, as my job title is open to help other people when they need it. Then I made it back to my apartment, ate something, and then toke a nap, wake up latter on to check out how the internetz is doing, read some stuff, type some stuff, then will do some exercises, probably jerk off, take a shower and back to sleep.

    What is fascinating about my story is the lack of privileges.



    It took me some time to understand what you was talking about. The way you describe make up is award and totally odd... If you are really so incline to understand it, perhaps should try it some day. Nobody spends 3 hours applying make up.

    However you remember that line I say about doing some exercises? To perform my job I have to be fit. one of my coworkers actually goes to hit the gym at 5 AM, I am lazy so I just do some push ups and, crunches and, stuff. But yeah.. the day you need your body to work you will understand.



    Nobody is being trained to respect males. I don't get any of this benefit. I just see you bragging about it as a teacher?

    In my job I am expected to "work as a man" this is a thing that women are not expected to do...

    But lest talk about some of the challenges of your job:

    The responsibility of being a father figure to fatherless children.
    Dealing with possible claims of sex between teacher and students.
    Teaching is today mostly a female profession, you being a male have to prove that you have the qualities of teaching because they will assume you are in, just for the money or as a step to further your career and not real interest on the students.



    Pee privilege?

    I honestly don't see what is the problem you are pointing at. but I guess nothing else we can do than tackle those points:

    There is a bathroom available to you because there is so few male teachers on the staff...

    There is not pee privileges on the outdoors, you can get a ticket for that.

    If you think pee while standing up is patriarchy, then sit down to pee. As I don't like to clean any mess cause of accidents, on my apartment, I do sit to pee.

    For the way you describe your pee habits I am going to assume you are circumcised. I am almost certainly that you will claim you get "circumcision privileges" that women don't get to enjoy because oppression don't let women circumcise... right?

    Anyway, a non circumcised penis need cleaning habits and routines, or else there will be stuff forming under the skin, this will produce irritation, pain and, possible infection. Keeping it clean is not that hard, but it needs to be done.



    As most cultural stuff, this will depend on the wheres and hows.

    So first have a look into this case, a school have regulated uniforms to ban shorts (because they show too much skin?), forcing boys to wear pants, while skirts are OK. The problem with pants on Summer are apparently significant, so this boy ended up wearing a skirt on protest of the dress code, while you read this article, think about your "privilege to show skin":

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education...imination.html

    In the other hand, my observation it is that most of the woman have some sort of pudor to go topless. They will unwelcome your call for "nipples liberation", and the women I know who likes to go topless will just do, as soon as a man takes of the shirt... that is the indication for them to do the same.

    [ATTACH=CONFIG]1647[/ATTACH]

    I don't know if you have notice this, but we are in 2016 no in 1950.



    Oh here is where we bring up some numbers?

    Lest see... accordingly to the The National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey:

    1 in 71 men (1.4%) in the United States have been raped at some time in their lives
    Approximately 1 in 21 men (4.8%) reported that they were made to penetrate someone else during their lifetime (this is of course is not considered rape)
    6% of men have experienced sexual coercion in their lifetime
    11.7% of men have experienced unwanted sexual contact.
    More than one-quarter of male victims of completed rape (27.8%) experienced their first rape when they were 10 years of age or younger.
    1 in 19 men (5.2%) in the United States have experienced stalking victimization at some point during their lifetime in which they felt very fearful or believed that they or someone close to them would be harmed or killed.

    http://www.cdc.gov/violencepreventio..._summary-a.pdf

    And here I am going to do the "feminist thing" and claim that the unreported number is way higher than what you see.



    Nobody have ever call you a "mangina"? because you are the perfect example of what a mangina is.



    Maybe Netflix is showing you recommendations accordingly to your gender and age?

    I have to ask this because I actually had to run 2 different google search the first one give me results on male roes that where re-written for women. and the second search result, that is the best movies of 2015 give me this list, Just look at the top picture and you already know what to expect:

    http://www.rollingstone.com/movies/l...-2015-20151217



    I am actually worried on how you want to make your pee privilege more visible...

    Anyway, I will argue that you don't really have the "privilege to show skin", as we already establish they cut the skin out of you already.
    Seriously, i mean i know that's a feminist site but are they deliberately trying to put people off, i can't imagine anyone with more then 2 braincells to rub together taking this guy seriously, it's very worrisome he is teaching children this bullshit.
    I sexually identify as a sword pommel, check your privilege or i will have to end you RIGHTLY.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Anonymous View Post
      Seriously, i mean i know that's a feminist site but are they deliberately trying to put people off, i can't imagine anyone with more then 2 braincells to rub together taking this guy seriously, it's very worrisome he is teaching children this bullshit.
      He writes down this stuff because he is a man.

      You see? as a feminist man he have the responsibility to use his mainly voice to talk about women issues, and so he end up writing this stuff thinking that we are going to take any of this BS seriously just because a man says it.

      Sometimes I think the feminist women feed this manginas with the most stupid stuff just to laugh at the level a man can degrade himself just to look cool in front of the ladies.

      But his biggest fail is exactly what you point out, that we are not buying into this stuff just because a man say it. His use of "men privilege" is a total fail.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by simpleman View Post
        He writes down this stuff because he is a man.

        You see? as a feminist man he have the responsibility to use his mainly voice to talk about women issues, and so he end up writing this stuff thinking that we are going to take any of this BS seriously just because a man says it.

        Sometimes I think the feminist women feed this manginas with the most stupid stuff just to laugh at the level a man can degrade himself just to look cool in front of the ladies.

        But his biggest fail is exactly what you point out, that we are not buying into this stuff just because a man say it. His use of "men privilege" is a total fail.
        Feminists think we don't listen to them because they are women, we don't listen to them because they are full of shit, and he is too.
        I sexually identify as a sword pommel, check your privilege or i will have to end you RIGHTLY.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Anonymous View Post
          Feminists think we don't listen to them because they are women, we don't listen to them because they are full of shit, and he is too.
          Wanna see some crazy stuff?

          http://everydayfeminism.com/2013/03/...ity-privilege/

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          • #6
            I call bullshit.....girls pee, guys take a piss
            A man can gain no more respect than by, laying down his life for a woman. And a woman, no more than by, beating down a man. For a man to ask, what is fair and good and true and just, is to offend.

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            • #7
              When the last gasp of Feminism is finally being defeated by common sense, sometime in very distant future, several dozen decades from now.... our descendants will use articles from Everyday Feminism Dot Com as examples of internalized misandry, and use them as debating topics in Political Science classes..

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              • #8
                8. What about the male privilege of spending a few nights in jail at the taxpayers' expense with one simple phone call made by a woman? I see gals doing all sorts of things that should earn them the same privilege but it seems so seldom that they get to share in the experience...
                "The truth is sometimes a poor competitor in the market of ideas" George F. Kennan

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by menrppl2 View Post
                  I call bullshit.....girls pee, guys take a piss
                  women have the privilege of sharing women with peeing in bathrooms that are not disgusting!!!!

                  see? its easy you can throw the word privilege around like nothing
                  Originally posted by MatrixTransform
                  where were you before you put yourself last?
                  Originally posted by TheNarrator
                  Everywhere I travel, tiny life. Single-serving sugar, single-serving cream, single pat of butter. The microwave Cordon Bleu hobby kit. Shampoo-conditioner combos, sample-packaged mouthwash, tiny bars of soap. The people I meet on each flight? They're single-serving friends.

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                  • #10
                    It's so easy finding "privileges" doe.

                    Because we all have them.

                    The feminist argument is that women being underrepresented as "factors of production" is "historical injustice."

                    Or it could be a privilege, ie the privilege of not having to have a job, etc.

                    You can slice it both ways and toss privileges around like confetti.

                    Ultimately we know what feminism is about, it's about utilitizing women in a "service economy" to make money, pay taxes, etc.

                    But they can't just come out and say it. Like "Women, the corporations need you!"

                    They frame it was "Men oppress you by not employing you enough" which then puts a chip on women's shoulder while shaming men into employing them.

                    Which then when she comes home tired and cranky, she's extra mad that she can't be a housewife like her mother or grandmother.

                    This then drives an even further gender hatred.

                    The manosphere thinks women are to blame for this, but really feminism is a male-driven thing.

                    I'd say easily %90+ of women will do whatever society wants them to do.

                    If society wants them feminist, they'll be feminist.

                    Also I know I'll get pushback on this point, but for the most part girls are sweet, they don't want anybody to get hurt.

                    See "rape crisis" in Germany where women are refusing to bash muslims.

                    Other MALES on the other hand...

                    And that's exactly the thing.

                    Men throwing each other under the bus is practically a European sport. "Someone accused of rape" KILL EM! That's the male reaction.

                    The female reaction is "Well, let's teach him not to rape."

                    So just like German men turned on non-German men in 0.85856886 seconds, they also turn on each OTHER in 0.895856868 seconds.

                    Eurocentric culture is anti-male NOT because the women are in charge, but because the men are.

                    If you get a male judge, he'll fry your ass.

                    If you get a female judge, she'll see thru the tears and tear your accuser a new asshole.

                    I call this the "Dad vs Son" dichotomy.

                    Dad wants his daughter protected and looked after.

                    The son wants to fuck the daughter and dominate her.

                    So there is always a father-son conflict, this is normal and natural.

                    The rite of passage traditionally is that you "get the girl" when you can surpass the father. This is cosmically speaking, it could be her father or your own father, but basically, fathers WANT sons that can beat them fair and square, then he will be good enough for his daughter.

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                    • #11
                      nice post dubs.

                      although i would argue that many men or women jump on the JUDGE THIS PERSON FOR EVILS MENTIONED IN ARTICLE

                      and i would also argue that very few people of any sex would ever take their OWN judgment over that of the news article..or whatever negative light is being portrayed.

                      which im not sure if it disagrees with what you're saying or not.. because i tend to agree with the things you're saying, but the problem in for example the rape crisis.. is that i bet there were women saying to their men "you got to go" in the defense of german people and in the bashing of muslims..

                      women have always been in the background telling their men who to vote for. the idea of the patriarchy is a ridiculous concept. and part of why is because women (in general)are crafty behind the scenes manipulators and always have been.
                      Last edited by TheNarrator; 02-10-2016, 06:24 PM.
                      Originally posted by MatrixTransform
                      where were you before you put yourself last?
                      Originally posted by TheNarrator
                      Everywhere I travel, tiny life. Single-serving sugar, single-serving cream, single pat of butter. The microwave Cordon Bleu hobby kit. Shampoo-conditioner combos, sample-packaged mouthwash, tiny bars of soap. The people I meet on each flight? They're single-serving friends.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Beour3rd View Post
                        nice post dubs.

                        although i would argue that many men or women jump on the JUDGE THIS PERSON FOR EVILS MENTIONED IN ARTICLE

                        and i would also argue that very few people of any sex would ever take their OWN judgment over that of the news article..or whatever negative light is being portrayed.

                        which im not sure if it disagrees with what you're saying or not.. because i tend to agree with the things you're saying, but the problem in for example the rape crisis.. is that i bet there were women saying to their men "you got to go" in the defense of german people and in the bashing of muslims..

                        women have always been in the background telling their men who to vote for. the idea of the patriarchy is a ridiculous concept. and part of why is because women (in general)are crafty behind the scenes manipulators and always have been.
                        Well no because a rape accusation is an aspect of mate-guarding.

                        It's making sure nobody else's sperm gets in there, so you can rest assured of your paternity and lineage.

                        In other words, "rape" matters to men and male-aligned women more than it does to female-aligned women.

                        A male-aligned woman would say, "I have to guard myself and protect my husband's genetic interests."

                        A female-aligned woman would say, "Why should I have to protect myself against rape? Let the boys not rape," which constructively means *wink wink* rape is ok if you're hawt, and she doesn't care if Edward has to support Jamal's kid for 18 years because Edward's not a real man anyway.

                        Not that many women out there would admit to this, except maybe in their deepest darkest erotica writings. They'd prolly say, "it's just a fantasy! Relax Edward! It's not real!" But it kinda is real.

                        See here's the deal.

                        Most women don't LIKE western civ.

                        Most want to be kept and protected and supported by men and not be independent public figures.

                        It's western MEN who want women to be independent.

                        It's western MEN who are forcing women to be "feminist."

                        And women are saying, "Oh you want equality huh? Ok let's go for equality then. I want a wage for domestic chores. And a pony. And ice cream. And I'm gonna fuck assholes behind your back since you're too much of a fucking coward to make me submit and be only yours."

                        Western men, first of all, are being cucked by their own economic system that wants to use their women as "factors of production."

                        So they are forced to view relationshits with equality.

                        They can't make the woman submit because otherwise he's an abuser and a terrible person and furthermore can lose everything in divorce.

                        So he is forced to send her to corporations to work and get whatever of her is left over.

                        Whereas Jamal is like "Fuck the corporation, fuck your economic system, fuck your GDP, this bitch is mine."

                        And that's how SHE wants to live, more often than not.

                        She sees Jamal is a man and Edward is a cuck who submits to his own leaders and CEO's.

                        Most women consciously or subconsciously hate western civ.

                        They hate CEO's and corporations.

                        They want to live in organic tribal groups in big families. To be provided for and allowed to be pregnant while the men go out and plunder and bring home the booty.

                        Western women who get kidnapped by Al-Qaeda and rescued, tend to convert to Islam and try to sneak back.

                        So basically.

                        Feminism is a male-driven ideology that cucks western men to more powerful western men.

                        And women hate it and use their own form of "feminism" to throw a wrench in the system. To make endless unrealistic demands to overthrow the "equality" system and get back to living in tribal families.

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                          i cant say agree with this last post, i think you're bottling people up as per a system which may very well fit some. but i cant be brought to break women down to either female aligned or male aligned. i think most are self-aligned and that includes whatever view they have of what they want, whether it be having a good kind husband, or fucking jammal.

                          i think most women want a man who turns them on, provides well, and still can fix stuff and look hot.

                          just like men want a good cook who can raise children and is hot..and dirty between the sheets.

                          i think most people think of themselves as "people" hardly even as "men" or "black men"

                          ive seen two interviews one with judge judy one with morgan freeman, judy kept saying "i saw myself as person in lawschool" and morgan says "racism would end if we stop talking about it, start seeing me as a man, and you as a man, instead of adding the white/black in front"

                          anyways.. i know the point you're making but i think you're over simplifying it..AND over generalizing it.. AND sometimes over complicating it..haha i think its what it is and the solution is simply to start raising wholesome people. and that solution is disappearing as fast as the good women and good men are disappearing..which is fast.

                          one more thing too, i think good people want partners, complimentary/equal partners. who care about each other.
                          i think wanting independent and/or servile women is a selfish thing, most people just want someone who is happy with themselves and is supportive of their partner.
                          Originally posted by MatrixTransform
                          where were you before you put yourself last?
                          Originally posted by TheNarrator
                          Everywhere I travel, tiny life. Single-serving sugar, single-serving cream, single pat of butter. The microwave Cordon Bleu hobby kit. Shampoo-conditioner combos, sample-packaged mouthwash, tiny bars of soap. The people I meet on each flight? They're single-serving friends.

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                            People may want to "be themselves" but the system only supports one way - the bitch must work, or else we are holding you the man accountable.

                            If she is not working and you divorce, we will take it out on your hide.

                            If she is working, it will be split 50/50 and you will lose little.

                            So the system only supports one way of life.

                            The women who like it, ok.

                            The women who don't? They make trouble and do whatever they can to make western civ unsustainable.

                            Another thing I want to point out is that it's powerful MEN who make the rules.

                            Not women and not average guys.

                            All of this feminism stuff is a mandate from the top of the pyramid.

                            MRA's vs Feminists is a sideshow that's irrelevant to the grand scheme, even the democratic process is a sham.

                            "Society" doesn't work anymore because we don't HAVE a society, we used to have some remnants of ethno-tribal kinship but now we are all just niggers on a global plantation giving our wife over to the corporate boss for his right of prima noctis.

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                              7. I Have the Privilege of Seeing Myself Widely and Positively Represented in the Media

                              Is he serious? Who are the villains in almost every movie that comes out? Males. Who's made to look like idiots for laughs on TV sit coms? Males, almost exclusively. When women get a laugh, it's almost always because they said something cute or clever.

                              If a movie's aimed at a female audience, they commonly make all the males look like crap one way or another, except for maybe one or two. But when they aim a movie at a male audience, the women have to be the equals or superiors of the males. TV ads regularly make men look like bumbling idiots but the women in them as intelligent and disgusted with the men they're stuck with.

                              Men in the media are commonly made to look like total shit over and over while women are written as being almost perfect and can do no wrong.

                              Where the hell is this male privilege in the media he's talking about?


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