Oh Bloody Hell, Here's ANOTHER One!
The female-supremacist hate movement called 'feminism' must be opened to the disinfecting sunlight of the world's gaze and held to a stern accounting for its grievous transgressions.
"I just saw this and found it to be a very interesting point.This guy's a lawyer, he pulls no punches, and he doesn't pussyfoot around. I think you will enjoy his blog. Here is some copy from his "about" blurb:
"The entire discourse about rape is dominated by radical feminism. In that discourse, men are blamed for rape far beyond rape's actual occurrence (e.g., one-in-four women on campus are raped); women are exempted from making false claims far more often than false claims are actually made (e.g., the disingenous assertion that only 2 percent of rape claims are false). When men suggest women be careful with respect to rape -- just as men would suggest someone should be careful when traveling in a bad neighborhood -- we are accused of victim blaming. In short, men are only permitted to be part of the discourse about rape to the extent that feminists need to retain their status as victims.
"I am all for teaching college students what "consent" means -- but not the feminist definition, the legal definition. Aside from that, I have no place in the feminist sexual assault discourse, so I choose to help raise awarenesss about the false rape claims -- since innocent men are being dragged through hell and few people want to talk about it. My Web site is devoted to this false rape epidemic:
"I am an attorney in the United States, and I started this Web site to help raise awareness about false, unfounded or wrongful rape accusations. Objectively verifiable data suggests that at least 9 percent and probably closer to half of all rape claims are false. Yet the crime of making a false rape report has become so embroiled in the feminist sexual assault milieu that it has been largely, and improperly, removed from the public discourse about rape. Sexual assault counselors often disingenuously refer to false accusations as a "myth." Denigrating the experience of the falsely accused by dismissing their victimization as a myth is not merely dishonest but morally grotesque.""Morally grotesque." Ha! That's great; I wish I'd thought of that! I think I'll steal it. . . ;)
"Hello Counter Fem:I would recommend that you follow that link and discover what lies behind it. Have a read. Take a look-see. Imbibe the ethos. Cop a buzz from the kittenesque ambiance, cutie! Savor the third-wave pop sensibility. Groove to the hip-and-happening weltanschaaung! Et cetera.
"We have opposing views at The Frisky in regard to the new term, "freemale". I personally love it. The author of our story, the fabulous Simcha Whitehall, has a few concerns about the term. We were wondering if your site wanted to chime in on the topic and link to our post:
" 'Freemale' To Be You And Me
"Cougar, spinster, playgirl, bachelorette. So many slang terms all mean the same thing: a single gal who lives on her own and on her own terms, like Kylie Minogue (chart topping dance hits and spandex booty shorts not required). But a new word has been coined in the U.K. and Australia: “freemale”. A freemale is a woman who stays single and only uses her vajane as an in-door for sex, not as an out-door for babies. The colloquialism, which has just washed up on our shores, is a mix of freedom and female, two words which should go hand in hand already. But what the new lingo “freemale” is actually is doing is. . . . etc, etc. . .""Vajane". That is a Borat-ism, yes? Naughty, naughty! ;)
"http://tinyurl.com/5oqrnbI do agree that the study looks bogus. Somebody has some explaining to do, and by that I mean that the people who did the study ought to be very, very public about the exact nature of their survey instrument. They ought to do so in very exacting and tortuous detail, in a manner that would satisfy the rigorous stipulations proferred in the e-mail quoted above.
"This study looks very bogus, particularly the 63% face sexual harassment claim. How was sexual harrassment defined? How were questions worded? Did participants know what the study was about and its intended consequences before being questioned? Were males asked about sexual harrassment using the same definintion (for a control group)? "
This once again illustrates how, in my own considered opinion, it "ought to be done". The comment is brief, and the tone is purposely staid and stodgy. But I accomplished one very important thing -- I violated the oh-so-ungolden silence which surrounds the abysmal F-word! And that was basically all I set out to do.
"The complaints voiced by the various women were centered upon a variety of 'intangibles' -- things that are difficult to define, or to validate in purely objective terms. Consequently, it should be a point of interest to ascertain whether a feminist worldview has been imported into the discussion at any stage."
"NEWPORT NEWS - A 15-year-old Newport News girl has been charged with filing a false police report after she admitted to detectives that she fabricated a rape accusation against her mother's boyfriend. . ."Read the full story here: http://tinyurl.com/6jd5ub
"Men Sacrificing their Rights to Feminists - and it’s Not an Issue in the 2008 Election
"…from Jim Peterson, of Veterans Abroad:
"It’s been awhile since I last wrote about the acute men’s rights problem in the US today. Except for a promising challenge against VAWA [Violence Against Women Act] in a federal court in New York City (presented by men who can prove that foreign women married them for citizenship and then pretended the husband was abusing them in order to speed up the immigration process), there has been little to report in the fight to stop men from slowly losing more of their rights now that the Bush Administration completely caved in to victim feminists.
"Here, however, is a good article from Marc Rudov (whom I often disagree with): Men’s Silence Is Women’s Gold
"Men’s rights do need to be discussed as part of the 2008 election process. If America had a parliamentary system, as many countries have here in Europe, there would be a party in the center representing males or libertarians holding 5% of the vote while holding the swing vote on every issue. I live in Germany where men are thus protected from opportunistic politicians in the two main right and left political parties.
"Because the USA has an all-or-nothing 2 party system with both parties ignoring the male vote (how many times did you see any media or candidate say they want the male vote), men can only influence politics by refusing to vote (or helping to teach the Republicans a lesson in November).
"Meanwhile, I would like to see you help overturn the IMBRA and VAWA laws. I have written enough about them.
"You don’t agree with the Republican judge who said “There is no fundamental liberty interest in an American contacting a foreign citizen”? You do not agree with the foundation of both those laws which has the US Government and Bush Administration stating that men who date and marry foreign women “tend to be abusive losers with control issues?”
"And you cannot agree that marriage is something that men should be intrinsically punished for entering into? VAWA makes it much smarter for men to just keep long term girlfriends."
"Your comment has been published:That was my brief statement. And they didn't change anything either, which I appreciate! Not that there was much to change. But below is a link to the article, which gets into areas of political interest as well:
'It will be interesting to see what kind of spin the FEMINISTS put
upon this latest scientific breakthrough. Sexual politics is the
defining subtext of the age, and always bears watching.'"
'It will be interesting to see what kind of spin the FEMINISTS putThe F word is set in all caps: FEMINISTS. So the point is clear and nobody can miss it.
upon this latest scientific breakthrough. Sexual politics is the
defining subtext of the age, and always bears watching.'
"Thanx for mentioning Susan Brownmiller. You hit a sore spot. I remember quite clearly Brownmiller's hateful diatribe "Against Our Will." It was well received by Time magazine's editors who didn't seem to mind Brownmiller's malicious intent toward half the human race. The subject of rape was a source of natural hysterics for most people. Utterance of the very word was capable of producing catatonic fits. The editors would feel obliged to cut Brownmiller plenty of slack should her rancor override her sanity. As might be expected, Time's editors were grateful for Brownmiller. They even complimented her for her reasoning on a subject where so little reason had gone before. She and other feminists, Time declared, would help us to be "rational about rape." Of course, nothing of the sort was at hand. Brownmiller was not interested in deconstructing sexual assault per se nor reaction to it. Rather, her interest was in construing rape as the sine qua non of male treachery and oppression. She wanted to promote a conspiracy theory that would exploit rape as yet another trump card against the enemy. Her hateful rant was to be ground zero for an endless stream of self-righteous hyperbole with which feminists could propagandize their brand of victimology to the masses. The editors of Time would be ever so obliging to infect the world with it."
"SPRING, Texas -- The Harris County Sheriff’s Office said Friday that a Spring teen’s accusations that she had been raped by a classmate that led to a boy’s stabbing was a lie.
"Last month, 17-year-old Joshua Chapa was stabbed near the lobby of Wunsche High School in Spring ISD by the father of the girl who claimed she had been raped. Ruben-Cuellar Roma faces charges related to that stabbing.
"Roma’s daughter claimed that she had been raped while at a house party in late April. The father was at the school the following Monday to talk to school administrators about the alleged sexual assault when Chapa was stabbed.
"Sheriff’s investigators said the girl retracted the story this week saying that she lied about the rape to avoid getting in trouble for going to the party.
"There was no word if investigators would pursue charges against the teen for making a false report."