- promoting a clearer understanding of men's experience -
Yes! Telling it like it is, rationally and honestly.
2, Excellent video.
Also from the UK, The worlds only other promanent anti-feminist polititian Phillip Davies mp won his Shipley seat.
Apparently everyone is disappointed.
That’s a really interesting assumption.
Clearly the majority who voted for him are not disappointed.
Only the loosing minority are upset.
That’s not everybody.
I think the UK is much further along that we are in NZ. At least they have MP’s in parliament bringing the problems men and boys to Government on a daily basis.
A couple of clips to show how men are treated when they bring up mens issues.
See how the female chair keeps putting Phillip Davis down. Questioning statistics from their own Government.
Interviews with female reporter who belittle him at every turn. Just trying to shut him down. Completely overlooking the suicide rate he is trying to talk about.
Phillip just kept his cool, was a gentleman and carried on.
The first steps have already been taken by guys like Paul Elam, girl writes what, Professor Fiamengo, Diana Davidson and Professor Jordan Peterson and others.
Phillip Davies and Mike Buchanan are now in parliament. But sadly not yet in power.
So what can we expect from here forward? Feminist in power are ready and on guard to derail any and all attempts to talk about mens issues. Interrupting every point and questioning data. The feminists think its easier to stamp out a flame than listen. Because they know listing will lead to equality for men.
Its going to be a long road for the people who are prepared to get things moving. But as time allows, the movement will grow to a point where laws will start to change and mens lives will become safe as their female counterparts.
Maybe the mens equality movement needs to have its own political party in NZ. Maybe its too soon. But maybe its not to soon to plan. Moma and others, your thoughts please.
I found the one who was most condescending was Baroness Bakewell with her “oh let them have a bit of fun” etc. I note that other pussy in the corner had nothing to say. I also note that the hostess (not sure how one is supposed to refer to her) made it into a gender issue with things like “clearly you are letting your own gender down” – which as we all know she meant sex not gender as I have no idea what “gender” Phillip identifies with (tongue in cheek).
The real question from my perspective is how long are “men” going to put up with the biases we see in law and politics that are clearly “feminist” centric – I say feminist because I am not sure how much they benefit your average woman / girl.
Also have I made a false assumption, but is there a correlation between LGBT (or whatever other acronyms there are out there) and feminism? I ask this because there seems to be only a small proportion of men (lets call them straight for the sake of discussion) at LGBT rallies as opposed to sympathetic females (straight)? Perhaps this is just down to men do not protest as much as women? Just a thought.
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