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  • !!!! Lena Dunham uses Saturday Night Live to trash Men's Rights Movement!!!!

    Get ready everyone,

    We're all in for an interesting week. Saturday Night Live just aired a segment trashing the Men's Rights Movement, and spreading a bunch of obvious lies about what we do. Lena Dunham, or the Cunt From Hell, as I will now call her, used her first stint as host of the show, to throw out more of her toxic gender bullshit.

    Among the insinuations - we try to shut down abortion clinics, we advocate FOR men to be paid more than women, we troll online for mail-order brides, and we're all just butthurt loners who got rejected by a girl and then went crazy.

    Okay Lena - you started this. And you're gonna have to live with the consequences.

    And to the greater point - you saw this as an opportunity to add a stigma to our movement - totally inaccurate, of course - but the objective was clearly to make people who identify with the MRM feel a strong shame for doing so. You wanted to make millions of American television viewers see us as a joke.

    Well the joke's on you, you toxic cunt. We're going to keep growing, and become stronger than ever. For you and your ideological ilk, you can only go DOWN from here. You will become culturally irrelevant sooner than you think....
    Last edited by Humansplaining w/ Jarred; 03-09-2014, 06:54 AM.
    The Duluth Model is incomplete and outdated; It's time we replaced it with a Superior Model...

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    I've done a lot of research on feminism and I do have to say, it's true they can't get away with it forever. There is too much there. Too much dishonest, double dealing, etc. Say one thing, do another. Too much baggage. Women have some issues or some desire/need for advancement or attention or whatever, but if you want to have a movement that does that, why have it be feminism? Feminism just has too much baggage, including Catharine MacKinnon and Andrea Dworkin et al. Why drag them around like a ball and chain around your neck when you don't have to?

    It's like a religion yes, which is one reason why many people are attracted to it. Somehow there is safety in numbers and safety in group thinks. It suffers from all the bad characteristics we all know religion suffers from -- think crusades anyone? -- but, none of the redeeming characteristics that would enable it to last permanently.

    At some point I predict it will be replaced by something else. People will dessert like rats leaving a sinking ship. But, before that happens, they will start acting like a tuna fish that's been caught and reeled up into a boat -- flopping and flailing around like mad in very undignified ways.

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    • #3
      The one thing that give me just a LITTLE pleasure, was the fact that the whole thing looked incredibly FORCED - like, they know we're gaining ground, and they're becoming increasingly worried that they're losing their control on the public dialogue. I mean, she clearly threw out the first punch - this was not in response to anything we did! She went into this knowing that she was going to use SNL as a platform for her Feminist beliefs.

      All I can say, I feel SOOO bad for that poor sap that they gave the MRA role to - he clearly doesn't know better, and because of his choice to go along with her bullshit, he's going to go through the rest of his career, becoming gradually more aware of the fact that he served as the 'Stepin Fetchit' or 'Uncle Ruckus' of his generation...
      The Duluth Model is incomplete and outdated; It's time we replaced it with a Superior Model...

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      • #4
        what did the poor sap with the MRA role do or say?

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        • #5
          I don't suppose she was dumb enough to say anything slanderous?

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          • #6
            Is it possible to get a link to the segment on youtube or something?
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_sY2rjxq6M

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            • #7
              The segment is here: http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live

              The video is in the list, named "Jewelry Party".

              It's pretty much what I expected, a strawman Male Right's activist and an audience that barely chuckled at their attempts at jokes. The only thing that I found funny was the audience gasping when the male actor said that he was an MRA, as if he just announced that he eats kittens. Also surprised they didn't have him wear a fedora.

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              • #8
                all I got is "this content is no longer available"
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Smiles View Post
                  The segment is here: http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live

                  The video is in the list, named "Jewelry Party".

                  It's pretty much what I expected, a strawman Male Right's activist and an audience that barely chuckled at their attempts at jokes. The only thing that I found funny was the audience gasping when the male actor said that he was an MRA, as if he just announced that he eats kittens. Also surprised they didn't have him wear a fedora.
                  How about for people in other countries.
                  I'm So Meta Even This Acronymn

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                  • #10
                    The episode aired only a few hours ago, so it'll take awhile for the video to appear in other places. Until then, you can try an online proxy using a U.S. IP address.

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                    • #11
                      Why not let Lena know directly just how much you appreciate her SNL piece?

                      https://twitter.com/lenadunham

                      My suggestion;
                      "So Lena, are we not allowed to protest about the massive gender disparities in workplace deaths?"

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                      • #12
                        Here's another video link: http://screen.yahoo.com/snl/jewelry-...073419751.html

                        And here's a Jezebel review of the episode, where the reviewer doesn't even feel the need to go into detail over the MRA skit and the commenters give it a resounding negative. You know your parody of MRAs is bad if a den of blood-hungry, psychotic feminists hate it.

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                        • #13
                          Hey Free Advertising and on National TV no less, My only concern is that we'll get people who are actually looking for help finding a mail order bride or wanting to shut down abortion clinics and being angry we don't do that.

                          Assuming anyone still watches SNL... I don't think I've seen an episode in the last decade I was stunned when the controversy over their quota hire hit the news I had no Idea it was still on the air, who's even on the show now? some some unfunny black woman who they were pressured into if I remember correctly but no clue who else. The fact that they have given in to political correctness doesn't say much about their comedic ability.

                          you guys want to hear my Politically correct joke? a group of diverse minorities walk into a building, nothing else happens...
                          "It is the greatest inequality to try to make unequal things equal." - Aristotle

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                          • #14
                            I think the reason most people didn't find it funny, is because the skit's criticisms of the MRM (as frustratingly INACCURATE as they were) are entirely products of the inward-focused Feminist blogosphere. Hence, anyone NOT belonging to that social circle will not fully understand the premise. Lena and her ilk have socially insulated themselves to such a degree, that they don't know how to appeal to the rest of society!
                            The Duluth Model is incomplete and outdated; It's time we replaced it with a Superior Model...

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                            • #15
                              Hey, you know what? I just realized a critical piece of HYPOCRISY that no one appears to have picked up on yet.

                              So the skit in question takes place at LADIES' JEWELRY PARTY.

                              That's right, JEWELRY - in her haste to come up with a premise for the MRA-bashing sketch, Lena inadvertently drew attention to one of our core issues - male sacrifice for female commercialism. Diamonds, jewelry, and other expensive trinkets - often paid for by a MAN's money, and far worse, often obtained through the use of SLAVE LABOR in 3rd world countries!

                              http://www.collegehumor.com/video/69...ngs-are-a-scam

                              Thanks a lot, Lena - you're such a stupid twit, you can't avoid drawing attention to the LEGITIMATE ISSUES we regularly address!!!
                              The Duluth Model is incomplete and outdated; It's time we replaced it with a Superior Model...

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