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A New Low in Domestic Violence Fraud

Filed under: Domestic Violence,General — Ministry of Men's Affairs @ 5:33 pm Thu 3rd December 2015

An artist who is either a white knight feminist propaganda supporter or simply sees an opportunity to cash in on fashionable feminism has changed photos of female celebrities to make them look injured through partner violence. The artist appears to subscribe to the strange morality that violence towards women is the only violence worth being bothered about and that male victims can be conveniently ignored or denied.


  1. In the USA it is probably appropriate.

    Comment by JONO — Thu 3rd December 2015 @ 5:43 pm

  2. Artist Moma – was this an artist expressing a position through art?

    Where did it come from?

    I think we need to careful not to confuse art with digital propaganda, which these days, can very easily be made, in many mediums, including manipulated photography.

    I don’t call that art, and we wouldn’t credit those people with the title artist.

    It’s another form of political activism.

    There need to be a clear reference to show which side of the fence the work belongs, not simply an attack on the product.

    Comment by Downunder — Thu 3rd December 2015 @ 6:47 pm

  3. stuff obviously has no problem with lying. The celebrities in the photos are wearing make up. Think about how many lives have been lost through little white lies. Think about all the false rape charges where men have been killed, executed etc. Really f***** disgusting. I have no words.

    Comment by J — Thu 3rd December 2015 @ 7:19 pm

  4. Well – perhaps there is more for the 3rd Wave Feminist to fight for, other than the diagnosis of ADHD for her own sons.
    Who would have thought such artistry would become so famous.
    We deserve better.

    Comment by MrFatsworth — Fri 4th December 2015 @ 11:13 am

  5. I suppose we have to think of the Net, much like the network of roads throughout Rome, which also became invested with women’s politics, and their eternal demands.

    Comment by Downunder — Fri 4th December 2015 @ 1:06 pm

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