Tuesday, 19 November 2013

30 reasons why Feminists are called Feminazis

There's a reason why feminists are often called 'feminazis'. It's because their attitudes and actions and desires are very much the same as the Nazis from the late 1930's. Both feminists and Nazis:

Monday, 18 November 2013

Provocation defence abolished for men

Back in 2005, the Australian government of Victoria abolished provocation as a defence for men who were provoked into fits of rage that resulted in the murder of their female partner, having them convicted of murder instead of manslaughter, but introduced new laws that would convict a woman of manslaughter if she killed her male partner - as long as she claimed it was self defence, even if there was no imminent threat.

Wednesday, 6 November 2013

Huge example of sexism against males

From Egalitarianism is equality:

Babysitting/nanny jobs.

I’ve applied for many.

I’ve worked with children. I teach children to play music both in private and classroom settings. I’ve worked in Sunday School. I’m pretty qualified to watch over children. I suppose I could keep my cpr certification a little more updated, but other than that I am just as capable a candidate as any female.

Sunday, 3 November 2013

Drunk women aren't responsible for their actions

The kind of feminism I oppose

I really should clarify what exactly I mean when I say I oppose feminism, because I know there are many people out there who might wonder exactly what I oppose about it. Simply, I oppose any feminist who feels that 'equality' needs to be achieved at the expense of men and boys, and who does nothing to oppose 'radical feminism'.

Thursday, 31 October 2013

Why this blog

I live in Australia, and while I'm aware that most of the bullshit I see in the media comes from the US, we still have our fair share of it over here in our country too. However, that doesn't stop me from getting angry at the crap I see coming from the media and from various social media sites and the people on them.

Wednesday, 30 October 2013

I'm declaring myself an anti-feminist

I see radical feminism as a scourge on humanity. I’m a believer in equality and ‘social justice’, as a friend of mine recently told me, and I absolutely do not see feminism in any form being about equality or justice. Instead, it’s about discrimination against men, and there’s nothing ‘equal’ about it.

Monday, 14 October 2013

Be angry!

I found out over the weekend that I’m a big believer in ‘social justice’, which is:

"The fair and proper administration of laws conforming to the natural law that all persons, irrespective of ethnic origin, gender, possessions, race, religion, etc., are to be treated equally and without prejudice."

Do you see people being treated equally? Anywhere? No, of course you don’t. Equality doesn’t exist in our world. And that results in some people saying to me, "Hey, why are you so angry?"

Monday, 13 May 2013

Is feminism sexist?

There’s this belief that only men can be sexist. Even the official definitions state it’s mostly about discrimination against women, as if only men can be sexist:
prejudice or discrimination based on sex ; especially discrimination against women.
When was it ok for women to be sexist, but for men, not?

I wonder how many feminists look at romance books or movies, and feel joy in the objectification of men, while complaining about the objectification of women?

I’m starting to feel that I’m not against feminism. I’m not even against radical feminism.

No, what I’m really against are hypocrites.

Friday, 3 May 2013

Against radical feminism

Last year I shared a picture on Google+ of a sexy woman. One of my female followers told me how horrible I was for sharing photos of sexy women. I asked her if she objected to men appreciating sexy women. She blocked me, so I guessed she did.

Tuesday, 16 April 2013

Redefining the Men's Rights Movement

I really think we need to redefine this 'men's rights movement', as many are calling it. It shouldn't be about 'men's rights', because men have all the rights they need. They're called human rights, and they're called the normal rights available to all people within this society.

Instead, this is about empowering men to take action on the things that are important to them in their daily lives.

Tuesday, 9 April 2013

Are you ashamed to be a man?

How often have you pretended to ignore the beauty of a woman because you’re afraid that you’ll be ‘caught out’? How often have you avoided telling a woman that you like something about her femininity (if she has any, that is) because you’re afraid you’ll be labelled as sexist? How often are you made to feel that it’s a crime to be a man?

Sunday, 7 April 2013

I’ve been doing it all wrong

Recently I’ve been writing about being against feminism. But there’s two problems with that. One, I’m not actually against feminism, but I am against radical feminism. Two, I really need to be FOR something rather than AGAINST something. So that changes now.