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Media Will Now Be Able to Mention the S-(uicide) Word

Filed under: General — Ministry of Men's Affairs @ 11:38 pm Thu 16th June 2016

This new provision has come into law through the Coroners Amendment Act passed today. It may be positive in drawing the public’s attention to the high suicide rate, and it may improve the public’s recognition of the plight of so many men in particular who feel so hated and worthless in the feminist era that they kill themselves at almost four times the rate that women do. However, there is a good chance that news media will continue to cover up this gender issue in the same way that they cover up men’s sacrifice in work roles, by failing to mention the gender of victims unless female. It’s important that editors and journalists are challenged strongly whenever they do this.

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    yip here is some proof of what you have just written. Thanks Fairfax media for being the lying manipulative cowards that you are. Do your job journalists, start telling us some facts.

    Comment by J12344 — Wed 22nd June 2016 @ 12:23 pm

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