Thursday, January 26, 2012

Wendy McElroy defends pornography for women (Youtube)



She gives a little background about Feminism in Canada and in the United States.

A video response to 'It's only sexist when men do it' (Youtube)

An interesting perspective.

2010 Child Abuse Statistics (Youtube)



May the truth set you free.

Modern Day woman on her Honeymoon (Youtube)

Here's a very interesting video that I found.

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Feminism on Steroids

An interesting webpage I happened upon.

http://www.sodahead.com/united-states/the-new-norm-or-child-abuse-you-make-the-call-maybe-its-feminism-run-amuck/question-2244401/

Feminism trumps men's rights, women's rights and now encourages radical scientific/social experimentation.


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A lesbian couple in California who say their 11-year-old son Tommy who wants to be a girl named Tammy are giving their child hormone blockers that delay the onset of puberty -- so that he can have more time that he can have more time to decide if he wants to change his gender.


The couple’s supporters say the Hormone Blocking Therapy has only minor side effects and is appropriate for a child who is unsure of his gender. "This is definitely a changing landscape for transgender youth," said Joel Baum, director of education and training for Gender Spectrum, a California-based non-profit group. "This is about giving kids and their families the opportunity to make the right decision."



But critics of the treatment say 11-year-olds are not old enough to make life-altering decisions about changing their gender, and parents should not be encouraging them. They say it’s too soon to tell what the side effects of the treatments may be, and they say Tommy’s parents, Pauline Moreno and Debra Lobel, are irresponsible for seeking them and allowing them to be administered.


"This is child abuse. It's like performing liposuction on an anorexic child," said Dr. Paul McHugh, professor of psychiatry at Johns Hopkins University.


"It is a disorder of the mind. Not a disorder of the body. Dealing with it in this way is not dealing with the problem that truly exists.


“We shouldn't be mucking around with nature. We can’t assume what the outcome will be," McHugh said.


Dr. Manny Alvarez, said the hormone blockers also may pose a medical risk. "I think that it’s highly inappropriate to be interfering with natural hormonal growth patterns,” Alvarez said. “There are significant potential problems necessary for growth and development.


"Potential long-term effects can include other abnormalities of hormones, vascular complications and even potential cancer. I think that if this child – as he finishes his puberty and teenage years – decides to undergo a transgender procedure – then there are proper channels to do so. '


Pure bullsh|t.

What Western women should know (Youtube)

Another good youtube video from girlwriteswhat.

NAFALT!!!!1!!1! (Youtube)

Honesty vs Ideology (Youtube)

I am usually skeptical of any information coming from anyone connected to the avoiceformen brand of MRAs (pseudo gay rights group) but I do agree with what Johntheother has to say about this topic.

Katherine Heigl Would Like To Cut Off Your Balls (Youtube)



This is part one of a four part video series.  Go look at youtube to find the rest.

Real Divorce Reform (Youtube, America)

What's Wrong with 'The Gay Rights Movement' (Youtube) A Lesbian Feminist feminizes teh gheyness

A Lesbian Feminist feminizes gay culture and invokes her demands upon it.......and I thought they were just after hetero culture.  Feminist demands seems to have no bounds.



Let's keep pretending there aren't any entitlement issues here and also pretend that Feminism and gay right movements have a right to influence every other group, subgroup, religious, legal and social institution simply because they are gay.

At what point do demands that are not based on equal rights become law or influence others that they don't have any right to?  Many there should be hetero groups that start making demands on homo groups to be more open minded to heterosexual stuff.  Sue homo dating sites that don't allow equal opportunities for hetero relationships and the like.

A History of Homosexuality (and Planned Parenthood)

The tools once used as a population control in Black communities in America now goes global.

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Racist lady on the tram in Britain (Youtube)

A very funny, yet interesting video.  I wonder what would have happened if she was a man and said what she stated.



The Swedish feminist nightmare



Ofcourse, feminism has nothing to do with man hating or man bashing.  According to the Feminists.

Misandry - Women Focus (Youtube)

SOPA and PIPA (Youtube, United States)

Meghalaya, India: Where women rule, and men are suffragettes (BBC news)

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-16592633


This is not a joke.

From the site.


In the small hilly Indian state of Meghalaya, a matrilineal system operates with property names and wealth passing from mother to daughter rather than father to son - but some men are campaigning for change.

When early European settlers first arrived here they nicknamed it "the Scotland of the East" on account of its evocative rolling hills.

Coincidentally, today the bustling market in the state capital, Shillong, is awash with tartan in the form of the traditional handloom shawls worn ubiquitously since the autumn chill arrived.

Not far from here the village of Cherrapunji once measured an astonishing 26.5m (87ft) of rain in one year, a fact still acknowledged by the Guinness book as a world record.

But the rainy season is over for the time being and it is Meghalaya's other major claim to fame that I am here to investigate.

It appears that some age-old traditions have been ruffling a few feathers of late, causing the views of a small band of male suffragettes to gain in popularity, reviving some rather outspoken opinions originally started by a small group of intellectuals in the 1960s.

I am sitting across a table from Keith Pariat, President of Syngkhong-Rympei-Thymmai, Meghalaya's very own men's rights movement.

He is quick to assure me that he and his colleagues "do not want to bring women down," as he puts it. "We just want to bring the men up to where the women are."

Mr Pariat, who ignored age-old customs by taking his father's surname is adamant that matriliny is breeding generations of Khasi men who fall short of their inherent potential, citing alcoholism and drug abuse among its negative side-effects.

"If you want to know how much the Khasis favour women just take a trip to the labour ward at the hospital," he says.

"If it's a girl, there will be great cheers from the family outside. If it's a boy, you will hear them mutter politely that, 'Whatever God gives us is quite all right.'"

Mr Pariat cites numerous examples of how his fellow brethren are being demoralised. These include a fascinating theory involving the way that gender in the local Khasi language reflects these basic cultural assumptions.

"A tree is masculine, but when it is turned into wood, it becomes feminine," he begins.

"The same is true of many of the nouns in our language. When something becomes useful, its gender becomes female.

"Matriliny breeds a culture of men who feel useless."

I talk to Patricia Mukkum, the well-respected editor of Shillong's daily newspaper. She assures me that her heritage is only one of the reasons why she has risen to the level she has and points out that the tradition of excluding women from the political decision making process is still very strong in their culture.

As a mother of children by three different Khasi fathers however, she is the first to admit that their societal anomaly has afforded her ample opportunities to be both a mother and a successful career woman.

Making reference to the routine problems facing women just over the border in West Bengal, Miss Mukkum is resolute.

"Our culture offers a very safe sanctuary for women," she declares.

I decide to see for myself in a remote village in the East Khasi Hills. After two hours walking through thick jungle I meet 42-year-old Mary.

She is a "Ka Khadduh", the youngest daughter in her family and consequently, the one destined to live with her parents until she inherits the family house. Her husband, 36-year-old Alfred, lives with them.

When I talk to her inside their home, Mary tells me that women do not trust men to look after their money so they take control of it themselves. I glance at Alfred for a response but he musters only a smile.

Mary goes on: "Most men in our village leave school early to help their fathers in the fields. This is a great detriment to their education."

I turn to Alfred once more. He responds with another shy smile.

Mary admits she has never heard of the men's right's movement, but thinks the system will never change.

Alfred maintains his Mona Lisa smile.

As we are talking, a praying mantis careers into our hut and slams into the side of my head.

After the laughter dies down, I take the opportunity to break the ice with Alfred by pointing out that female mantises eat their mates after sex, making a gesture with my arms mimicking the insect's claws, an action the Khasi called "takor" and one which turns out to be the gesticular equivalent of sticking two fingers up at someone. There is more laughter at my expense.

Forty minutes later however I have yet to get a comment from Mary's husband and all too soon it is time to leave.

I feel that the last word should come from Alfred so I ask my translator to target a simple question directly at him.

"What does he think of the matrilineal system?"

There is a long and considered pause. After what seems like an eternity the silence is finally broken.

"He like," pipes up Mary, and it is time to go.  '

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Female sexism is still sexism.

Friday, January 13, 2012

Feminism in Pakistan (Youtube)

Feminists try to show most women in the middle east as culturally backwards and beneath men in society, however, this video helps put a little light on the subject.

The Economics of Women in the workforce (Youtube)

Another objective look at women in the workforce.

Girlfriend from Hell (Youtube, Singapore)

Westernized Singapore has witnessed the gradual aggression of women towards men for some time now and people are starting to use technology to inform the international community.

Systemic Gendered Violence? (Youtube)

A woman not brainwashed by feminist cultural indoctrination:



The part she mentions about Egypt is very important and highlights how brainwashed Westernized society is so much more sensitive to issues involving women.  It only took one woman for western media to stereotype a country as 'anti-woman.'

Modern Women, Feminism and Re-Engineering Society (Youtube)

The global Elites use Feminism and the LGBT 2-4% of the world population to further divide the masses.



As stated in the video, no society would attempt turn men against women unless that society is sick.  The LGBT communities will continue to cheer them on until they realize that they are no longer useful to the global elites as procedure with anyone else that loses value to them.

I'm not religious, I believe in fact and science so I don't pay attention to their religious commentary but I agree with most of what is being discussed here.

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Homosexual men preying on street children causing an epidemic in HIV/AIDs in Afghanistan

This shouldn't happen in any society....we're smart enough to know where this eventually leads.  History proves this over and over again.

People of the world please open your eyes.

Risk of Contracting HIV/AIDS in Afghanistan

Notice during the video the emphasis of training mothers how to prevent them from spreading it to their children but do not mention any plan stop the main threat to these disenfranchised kids. 

The international political correctness police score for the win.