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Introductions / Old to the forum...
Oct 06, 2004, 06:30 PM
Hey look, it's my other half!    We can be board buddies  :lol:

Does this make you the Biscuit King?  
(sounds like a BK breakfast item)
Main / The problem with the men's movement
Oct 06, 2004, 11:19 AM
I have to say I agree with the original poster. I, too, have thought the men's movement has lacked a cohesiveness. This of course comes from many reasons. One example is  man I know wants to start a father's rights group. I support him 110%. The problem is there are already many out there which are being under-utilized. While I see his point and agree that he has a unique way of looking at solutions, I think that trying to start yet another fathers group is risky. I question whether or not we do more damage trying to splinter off than if we all just chose one to go under and supported it.

Another is the board I just left is unmoderated. This leaves extremists to rant and rave and say hateful things. They lost my support because I could not stomach getting attacked everyday(no, not personally, but I am a wife, stay at home mother, and woman, and all were regularly attacked), and I could not send people there for more info because the ranting left such a negative impression.   Extremists spouting in the name of masculists is as bad as the feminazis. Men do not want to dominate, they want equality. They do not hate women, they want equality. I think that as a group we need to self monitor to assure we do not follow the same hate agenda as feminism.

I think that to make a difference, we all need to start posting ideas for activism. It is easy to sit and yak all day about problems,and it is important in many ways. However equally important is getting out there and DOING something.

My idea:
 I think if we all were to make up a shirt, wear it once a week and have pamphets with info about the issues with a link here, we could do more to spread the word than a thousand articles posted here. I think mine will read "Mother of sons, Men's activist". Give me week to get the pamphlets together and I will post it. (I am having a party for 60 people Saturday, I can't really do it right now  :shock: )

How about using your car as a bulliton board?

If we all do a few small things, the ball will get rolling. I can link to a guy who does shirts for mens issues, Ray, he is very dedicated and will probably make you a custom shirt of you want something other than his normal stuff.

Thank you Gerard. I think this was a very important post. It took guts for you to stand up and say what you did.
Introductions / Dr E!
Oct 06, 2004, 08:06 AM
Hey, I was wondering if you were the same as on that rag of a paper.  I feel in good company, with you and Beene-where is he, anyways, I expected a welcome.   :cry:

I guess sometimes words coming back to haunt you is a good thing, thanks for posting that.

editing to add :
Assault, I don't know which I like better, your sig or that yummy pic! :D
Main / Cart before the horse
Oct 06, 2004, 06:17 AM
Um, how about the oral stuff first, then the penetration?

Then you both get to race for the jackpot together, instead of having one partner start with a 50 yard penalty. Trust me, it works.  :shock:  

I think that if that many women do not like sex, then there is some serious miscommunication going on.

I have never seen a man weep from an orgasm, so the idea that men's orgasms are somehow superior to womens is BS. I am sure they are each uniquely suited to the sex, and are each powerful in their own right. The problem is that for women sex is pushed aside mentally by the day to day grind, which is biological otherwise people would just lie in bed having sex all day and nothing would get done!  It is harder for women to get their minds clear to want and enjoy sex, where as a man is much more single minded. However that does not mean women do not enjoy sex as much.

Boy this is a great thread for my first reply .
Introductions / The Queen has arrived...
Oct 06, 2004, 06:00 AM
Well, the Biscuit Queen anyways, no you don't have to bow or anything.  8)

I am coming from another board where I just got tired of the negativity, and what a breath of fresh air this is! I was so relieved to see a moderator gently remind someone not to make broad (pardon the pun)sweeping statements about another group.

LSBeene, HI! I've missed ya!  So this is where you've been hiding!

Anyways, I am 33, married to another activist, we have 2 kids, boys 8 and 13 (b-days this month) , 3 dogs and a housefull of little critters. I am a dog trainer in sports and stay at home with the kids the rest of the time.

I have been active for almost 2 years with the men's issues. I was very defensive at first, and thought it was BS, but have been lured to the dark side and am now thoroughly evil-oh wait I meant masculist.  I am pretty moderate to conservative, so I don't think I will cause too much chaos here.  I am probably the only person who understood Devia's comments under Typhonblue, and agreed with them. Umm, and I guess that is about it.