Now Here's Something Different, All Right!
"LAUNCHING THE MOVEMENT"Sunday I officially launched our movement. I did it on an internet radio station located in Harlem called vonfenceradio.com that is only a few months old and needs a lot of development. My interviewers voice did not come across and the camera was at the wrong angle; nevertheless, I looked upon this event as the opportunity to clearly spell out our message and reach out to a community that understands it.
"The message was our mission statement—to foster a natural way of life for humankind. The method of accomplishing this was through patriarchy. Every movement needs an enemy and our enemy is Western thought. To make it even simpler, we are for patriarchy and against Western thought.
"In addition to making the announcement in Harlem, I sold five books to Dominicans in November and am working to get a foothold in the Hispanic market. I have also started to write for another Muslim paper, which you can see on muslimobserver.com. I am now covering as many bases as possible as I reach out to people of a wide range of ethnicities, races, and religions. A mass movement must engage the masses and that is what we will do.
"Even if no one heard my radio message, it served as an opportunity for me to clearly state it in concise and simple terms. The host interviewed me for more than an hour and my answers went over well with him and another guest in the room. I made other contacts and believe that I will find a way to start having lectures in Harlem. . ."
Oh yes, that is a "men's movement" that he is talking about launching.
Hmmmmmm! It certainly does sound like, um....something else. . . eh?
But here's the website: http://www.mensaction.net/
When you get there, be sure to read the article called "Land of the Smoldering Vagina"! It'll make you feel like Frodo Baggins on the road to Mt. Doom!
So anyway, it looks like you feminists can now add one more "men's group" to your growing list of people that you'll want to pretend to ignore! ;-)
I am thankful to 'Exposing Feminism' for adding this link to his blogroll - which led to my discovery and sharing of it with you all! :-)