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Main / Malcom X scholar gets raped...
May 02, 2010, 07:27 PM
Liberal woman goes to Haiti to save the world, gets raped and blames it on white male oppression.

I went to Haiti after the earthquake to empower Haitians to self-sufficiency. I went to remind them of the many great contributions that Afro-descendants have made to this world, and of their amazing resilience and strength as a people. Not once did I envision myself becoming a receptacle for a Black man's rage at the white world, but that is what I became. While I take issue with my brother's behavior, I'm grateful for the experience. It woke me up, made me understand on a deeper level the terror that my sisters deal with daily. This in hand, I feel comfortable in speaking for Haitian women, and for myself, in saying that we will not be your pawns, racially, politically, economically or otherwise.

Only a liberal could go to another country and think they were protected because of their mutual disdain for the evil white patriarchy. Like I've always said, if you have sons (especially white ones) and you vote Democrat, you essentially hate your own children...
Main / Joe Biden, Hillary, Obama and Michelle
Sep 05, 2008, 05:45 PM
Main / Professor Randy Pausch
May 22, 2008, 08:42 PM
Everyone pretty much knows about the "last lecture" guy from his youtube videos. I wonder why he thinks that his legacy would be best preserved by naming a sexist female only scholarship in his honor? Would it be in poor taste to e-mail him and ask?

In light of the current situation with boys and college graduation rates, it just doesn't make much sense.


Edit: He stated how much he values the truth and straight talk no matter how socially unacceptable in an interview with Diane Sawyer, so I emailed him about and asked his motivations in a tasteful way. I'll post any results in here...

Man hangs himself after being falsely accused of raping women and children
Last updated at 09:57am on 21st March 2008

A man who lost his job after being falsely accused of a horrific sex crime has been found hanged in a shed.

Ian Adams, 51, was suspended and then sacked from his job at a local IKEA store after his employers received a letter saying he had raped a woman and her two children.

The writer claimed to be a journalist on a local newspaper, but the name and address in the letter were false and the author has never been traced.

Police confirmed that Mr Adams, from Highams Park East, London, had never been arrested or convicted of a sexual offence or had any complaints made against him.

Mr Adams' life went downhill as he struggled to recover from the accusations.

He failed to get his job back after being sacked in January. His drinking led to problems with his partner and he spent the last few nights of his life sleeping in a storage shed at the bottom of the block of flats in which he lived.

A neighbour, who did not wish to be named, said: "If it wasn't for that letter he would still be here, I am sure of it.

"He was happy and full of himself when he was working, he was more or less dancing on his way to work. But he went from working all day to doing nothing.

Ikea claimed that it had only suspended him from the premises until Symonds had carried out an investigation, while Symonds claimed that it had no choice but to let him go because Ikea would not let him work on its premises.

Main / Casualties in Iraq
Mar 16, 2008, 01:12 PM
From CNN's website, US casualties by gender.

Quite telling, huh?

I love how liberals don't give two shits about our men and boys at home, but magically seem to care about them in Iraq. It's as if our troops go through some magical portal and become "careworthy" when they cross the Iraq border. It's one of the most disingenuous forms of political posturing I can imagine.

Maybe if all the boys falling behind in school were magically in Iraq, it would be OK to care about them? 

Dunno, just steamed...
She's speaking in walking distance from my house around 6:30 at a major university. I'm seriously thinking about heckling. I picked up a Flip camcorder last month for just such an occasion. Honestly, I don't know enough about her particular brand of feminism to lay down any stinging criticism, but if could butt myself into the Q & A afterward, could be fun.

Main / MRA recommended reading?
Nov 11, 2007, 12:03 AM
Of course, Warren Farrell and Christina Hoff-Summers goes without saying but there has to be a lot of other great stuff out there...

Just a thought.
Main / Hillary's Feminist Problem
Oct 29, 2007, 02:01 PM
This on on CBS, a mainstream network site, pretty cool.

This rather dramatic change of heart encapsulates one of the great ironies of Hillary Clinton's bid for the presidency. Many of the very same feminists who were her most ardent supporters as First Lady are now fiercely opposed to her historic bid to become the first female President of the United States. The woman once described by Susan Faludi as a symbol of "the joy of female independence" now evokes ambivalence, disdain and, sometimes, outright vitriol. The right wing's favorite "femi-nazi" now has to contend with Jane Fonda comparing her to "a ventriloquist for the patriarchy with a skirt and a vagina."

Two page editorial, includes commentary from all the usual suspects:, Bitch magazine, N.O.W., etc.

Are feminists deserting Hillary? Comments?
Just checked my University email and this shit is happening a few blocks from my house...

UNO Women's Consortium to Co-Sponsor Feminist Summit

The University of New Orleans Women's Consortium is co-sponsoring the Southern Leadership Summit: Feminist Grassroots Activism for Social Change on Saturday, October 6, at the Lavin-Bernick Center at Tulane University. The daylong event will feature such speakers as Eleanor Smeal, Kim Gandy and members of the Katrina Warriors Network, a network dedicated to the well-being of women and girls in New Orleans and the Gulf Coast Region.

Registration will begin on Saturday at 9 a.m. and the event will end at 4:45 p.m. On Friday, October 5, a panel discussion on New Orleans before and after Katrina will be held.

Ms. Magazine will host a community reception at the conclusion of the conference on Saturday, October 6, beginning at 5 p.m. at the Newcomb College Center for Research on Women.

The cost of the Saturday conference is $10 for Louisiana and Mississippi students with an ID card, and includes conference materials and lunch.

In addition to the UNO Women's Consortium, co-sponsors of the summit include the Newcomb College Center for Research on Women, Katrina Warriors Network, Tulane University Feminist Majority Leadership, National Organization for Women and Ms. Magazine. For more information, visit

Any suggestions? I could literally walk to this shit. Some of these people I wish would just die in a fire...

(No, I'm not violent or making threats.)

Main / Guerrilla Activism, good or bad?
Oct 02, 2007, 08:55 PM
To clarify, I mean using somewhat abrasive and in your face tactics to get the mra message across. Everything from flyering college campuses with inflammatory one-sheets to disrupting speeches by the opposition. Getting the message across any way, any how seems attractive to me sometimes, I must admit.

I personally am on the fence as to whether this is good for the cause or not.  I could see how some of the powers that be on this board might see guerrilla activism as polarizing and therefore not good for the cause. In many ways I would agree, except that polarizing inflammatory activists DO serve one purpose, which is to redefine the middle. I've been thinking about this for a while and i would appreciate some honest input.


Thanks to this board, I woke up and saw how old line Republican "women-firsters" can be just as bad as lefties when it comes to our issues. That being said, I still believe conservatives are our best bet. Giuliani has been through the system and thus far, he's my man.

Your picks?

Main / Attn: Dr. E
Sep 21, 2007, 12:27 AM
What is the possibility of a subforum with an upbeat tone, where jokes and lighthearted banter might have somewhat of a chance of surviving amongst the "feminist barbarians are at the gates" type misery ridden mra's? I have every reason to be bitter and i understand anger can be healthy, but mostly aren't we just preaching to the converted anyway a lot of the time? 
I don't mean meaning being divisive, I want to tackle debatable issues from a different angle. Shit most(feminists) of them don't post here, they just read from the shadows anyways.
Main / Vagina Power!
Aug 07, 2007, 04:29 PM
Alexyss K. Tylor, the author of Vagina Power. Check out her myspace...

We have the Power to call forth the God King in our men and Create them in our WOMBS if we don't see them in our father,husbands and friends. We will never ascend back into the immortal state of existence until we reach within the Walls of our Vagina to retrieve this Power. Until we act from this premise we will continue to be sucked dry of the Divine Nourishment in our Vagina Walls that men feed off of every time that they taste us and penetrate us with a Lie.

Listen to her theme song about vagina power. You're welcome in advance for the laugh...
Main / Say you got a feminist pregnant...
Apr 19, 2007, 11:30 PM
Let's say you were objective, open minded and the like. Let's say you are a MRA and she was raised by a man-hatin' find a patriachal angle in every situation type mom who graduated from an ivy league school.

Let's say she's going to the same school now and is going for a women's studies minor with her current degree. (you don't wanna know what's on the bookshelf) Let's say you know it's yours. Let's say maybe she's just a product of her environment for now and has a great heart.   

Leave? Run? Try? Drink heavily?

Ah well

Main / Mom roasts baby in oven
Jan 23, 2007, 04:02 PM,0,7754375.story?track=rss

ORLANDO -- A woman was charged with aggravated child abuse for putting her baby in an oven, turning it on and leaving her apartment after fighting with her boyfriend, police said.

The oven had not gotten hot enough to burn the child, whose age was not immediately available.

Sharlyn Singh, 29, was at the Orange County Jail on a $15,000 bond Tuesday.

A man who was helping Singh's boyfriend move out of the apartment Monday heard the baby crying and walked into the kitchen. He told police that he asked Singh where the baby was, but she did not answer and walked out of the apartment. He found the baby in the oven, police said.

Officers that answered the call reported seeing oven grease on the child's hand and clothes.

Police did not release the boyfriend's name and his relationship to the child was unclear.

It was not immediately known if Singh had an attorney.

That'll teach him...


Main / Psycho mom
Jul 06, 2006, 10:33 PM
Watch this video clip. You can't see much, but you can sure hear it. I'm not a big fan of violence, but somebody needs to choke this woman for a few seconds to shut her the f*ck up.

Of course, verbal abuse is something that only men do to women, right?

What a mom!
Main / What an evil guy...
Jun 14, 2006, 05:06 PM
Found anonymously posted on craigslist.

You'll never read this, little girl, but...

I grew up an only child. I had friends, but sometimes they weren't around. I had both parents and we went places and played often. But I enjoyed listening to my radio and coloring in my Spiderman coloring book in my room as much as I enjoyed playing with my friends or parents. I learned early on how to enjoy myself when I was alone. Not that way you sick monkey...well, at least, not yet.

It also meant that when someone left, it wasn't a huge loss. A friend would move away, I would miss them, but it wasn't devastating. An uncle would die, I would be sad, but it didn't bring the world to a screeching halt.

As I grew into adulthood I began to treasure my time alone. Again, I had friends and we would go out and drink, hit on women way out of our league, and laugh about it later, but I enjoyed reading in my apartment listening to music alone as much as I enjoyed going out.

Girlfriends came and went until I met your mother. She had the most beautiful legs I'd ever seen. We met at work and dated secretly for six months before we didn't feel like hiding it anymore.

We got married four years later. Then you came along a couple of years after that. There has never been anybody in my life that I couldn't live without. I don't think it's a psychological issue (but crazy people really don't know their crazy, do they?) Even if my beautiful wife left or died, I'd be despondent for some time, but life would go on. I never needed anyone before...until you.

You were so noisy and bothersome that for the first 6 months of your life I begged my wife to let me sell you on the black market. You were cute and had all your fingers and toes so you would have fetched a hefty sum; enough to put a nice down payment on a new house. But your mother just looked at me with daggers shooting from her eyes and I would slink out of the room. Damn her.

Then one was close to my birthday, I was holding you and I made a funny face and you laughed. It was all downhill from there. I began to love you. And it only got worse as time went on. No one in my life has ever gotten in as far as you have.

My favorite time is bed time when we've finished reading "Where the Wild Things Are," and "Guess How Much I Love You" and I turn out the light and get the covers snuggled up under your chin. I kiss you on the tip of your nose and tell you, "I love you, big girl." And you say, "I love you too, daddy."

I get choked up every time I hear that. I'm glad the lights are out.

How I wish to God I could keep you this age, but I know that you'll eventually become a teenager, and may very well break my heart. That's okay; it's yours to break.

   * no -- it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests

Kind of a tearjerker...
Main / What does an MRA look like?
Jan 08, 2006, 10:52 PM
Me after a twelve pack last night.  

Immediately after I took this picture in the latrine, I resumed my relentless crusade to subjugate women and send them back into the "dark ages" of patriarchal oppression. :D

Post your pics peeps...

Main / Daily dose of female violence
Oct 20, 2005, 12:25 PM

LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) - The wife of a Banning High School teacher was convicted of killing him in their San Pedro home by stabbing him in the eye with scissors.

Jurors on Tuesday found Nancy Larios, 56, guilty of murdering Luis Larios, 59, for financial gain, a special circumstance making her eligible for the death penalty. Superior Court Judge Arthur Jean immediately sentenced her to life in prison without possibility of parole.

The Larios marriage had been troubled for years, investigators said. On Aug. 22, 2004, the couple was watching television and drinking brandy in an upstairs bedroom when Larios said she was annoyed with her husband for playing with his beard.

She used duct tape to strap him into an office chair, hit him in the head with what may have been an iron and jabbed scissors into his eye, prosecutors said. The blow and the stab wound were both fatal injuries, the coroner said.

Mrs. Larios then dragged him downstairs to make it appear that he fell, and spent anywhere from half an hour to four hours cleaning up, bandaging his eye and attempting to call a priest, witnesses testified. She finally called 911 just before 1 a.m. on Aug. 23, 2004.

She told detectives she cleaned up his blood, urine and vomit because she didn't want a priest to see him like that, authorities said.

"I just can't tell you how happy I am about this verdict. She killed him off at the soul years ago," said family friend Emily White, who testified during the trial.

Fun stuff...

Yes, these are all REAL shirts. I play in a band and I'm actually considering wearing one of these shirts onstage. I would only wear it to stir the pot, not to make any real statement. I would love for someone to say some shit to me about it, especially when I have control of the microphone in a club full of people.

It would give me the opportunity to bring up all the boy bashing shirts and any other part of feminism that pisses me off. Ten years ago, I would've thought these shirts were disgusting, but after all the male bashing from feminists, I'm thinking they're hilarious.

Thoughts anyone?