it is high time we put to the light of day the hatred of men that is being spread daily.....that is what these posts and threads are all about.....we have a special section of the web site just for women's issues and that is not the place where discussion of women hating men is allowed.......nor will the discussion even be allowed there.....how dare you even suggest that.....
Here we have a few quotes that emphasize the point of men's rights and men's issues that have been not only ignored, but denigrated.......
"When women hold off from marrying men, we call it independence. When men hold off from marrying women, we call it fear of commitment."
"Why does the dad only become unfit for his parenting role after separation?"
"Part of the reason that men seem so much less loving than women is that men's behavior is measured with a feminine ruler. "
- Francesca M. Cancian
"Women fight just as dirty as men in the workplace and bedroom, they just don't want to admit it. ... The fundamental lie of sisterhood, that women co-operate but men compete, creates a separate and unequal moral standard for women's professional conduct that is self-defeating."
"It is absolutely outrageous that I am permitted to know these men's names and not the names of the women who accused them of such a serious offence. This unjust law seems to be based on a strange alliance between old-fashioned chivalry and modern, politically correct feminism. Kind-hearted but infuriatingly patronising male traditionalists view women as sweet, weak, dim, infantile and needy of protection under all circumstances. Meanwhile the more extremist members of the sisterhood regard every single man in the universe as a potential rapist, and every woman alive as essentially honourable and incapable of evil. Hence this legislation that shields women from embarrassing publicity and implies that men deserve humiliating exposure because they are guilty of rape until proved innocent. ... I'm a feminist. But I'm also the mother of a nice son, the daughter of a compassionate man, the sister of pleasant brothers, the wife of a gentle husband and the cousin, friend and niece of many jolly decent blokes. And I cannot endorse a law that regards male feelings and reputations as irrelevant. Some women may be fragrantly fragile little lotus blossoms. But a fair number are vicious poison ivies."
. . Feminism has, for the first time in history, turned women from shaming individual men who are judged dishonorable, to shaming men in general and masculinity as an institution. And the very real danger in this is that if men come to perceive that there is no way for them to achieve honor, to be recognized publicly and privately as 'good' men, then they may sense that they have little to lose by taking what they want, since they have little to gain by restraining themselves. I very much fear that if we do not turn aside from our still-growing, wholesale shaming of men and the Patriarchy and all things male, that our future may contain civil violence of a degree we have never seen before."
"Today fathers in England, America and most of the Western world stand upon a foundation of sand, knowing that our loved ones can be ripped away from us and there is often little we can do about it. We invest our lives in the children we love and tell them that we will always be there for them. But in the back of our minds we can't help but think of a question which Spiderman no doubt considered before he began his ascent up that crane hanging over Tower Bridge: will we be allowed to?"
" ... we are surrounded by a Salem-like frenzy concerning sexual matters, orchestrated all over the Western world by coalitions of feminists, socialists, ecology-freaks, greens and so forth, intent on creating a statist matriarchy. They are pretty damn successful. ... I simply don't know how men can function in this matriarchal nightmare."
The feminist resistance to any discussion of fatherhood has been defensive, and sometimes downright offensive when it shades into virgin-birth fantasies about the total redundancy of men."
"The key to the garden gate is the belief that men have ruined everything, but women, through their special attributes, can solve the world's problems. Ironically, this belief extols the ideals of femininity that earlier feminists fought so hard to escape."
"In America, the divorced parent who gets the kids, gets the house, gets the money. You don't own your house. Your kids do. So that's why the women go after the kids. That's how the monster works."
"The Best Interest of the Child for every child in America is that the constitutional rights of both parents be protected against the good intentions, pretensions, intrusions, and ignorance of the State.
"Do not cry that it is our duty to serve you. We do not recognize such duty. Do not cry that you need us. We do not consider need a claim. Do not cry that you own us. You don't. Do not cry that we owe you. We do not recognize unearned guilt. Do not beg us to return. We are on strike, we, the men of the mind."
"When a parent intentionally or recklessly injures a child, we call it abuse. We punish those people. We put them in jail. When a man or woman intentionally or recklessly injures a spouse, we call it abuse. We punish those people. We put them in jail. When the government intentionally or recklessly injures a parent, we call it family law. We pay its agents. We give them judicial immunity."
"'Equality' is meaningless. Is a bee equal to a sparrow? The term is meaningless. And anyway, feminism was never honestly about Equality. Feminism was about MORE STUFF FOR WOMEN. Women don't want to mine coal or get drafted into war. That's too much Equality for them."
"... someday, the distortion of truth by the radical feminists of our time will be seen to have been the greatest intellectual crime of the second half of the twentieth century. At the present time, however, we still live under the aegis of that crime, and calling attention to it is an act of great moral courage."
"DNA Tests don't lie. Mothers do."
"Feminism cannot survive an open debate."
"If there is such a thing as a wage gap ... if it is, in fact true that women make only 3/4 the wages of men ... why do corporations continue to hire men? Why not just hire women and save the 25%?"
"A country which allows this situation to grow year by year is on a collision course for disaster. A society which finds any criticism of the situation hard to take is being hypocritical and irresponsible.... generations of children are roaming run-down council estates like packs of wild dogs. .... Single mothers are not necessarily defenceless creatures. Often they are tough, ruthless, greedy and exploitive and they’ll carry on being like that until they’re stopped."
"Men are not the oppressors of women. The simple proof of that is that Women are not oppressed. Women are not now, and never have been "oppressed". Women have the right to vote with NO concomitant obligation to be drafted in time of war to protect their right to vote. Personally, I don't see how they got the one without being forced to assume the other. They have the power without the responsibility. The only way Democracy got reborn in the modern world was because men fought and died battling the power of kings and their corporations to seize this right. But women gained it by fighting what? A "courageous" ideological struggle? It's Twinkies. Philosophical Oatmeal."
This is the most distressing quote of all (in that it sures sounds like some feminist propaganda)
"The state must declare the child to be the most precious treasure of the people. As long as the government is perceived as working for the benefit of the children, the people will happily endure almost any curtailment of liberty and almost any deprivation."
and that is exactly how the femnists sounds when talking about children and the govt and men....