Started by Men's Rights Activist, Aug 22, 2008, 09:03 AM
Dr E could you sticky this so its always at the top?.....My god this is AWESOME.....a complete list with links .....MAN using this already !
Even though murder is the leading workplace cause of death for women
Between 1890 and 1917, two hundred thirty thousand (230,000) railroad workers were killed. In 1920 there were 2, 000, 000 railroad workers. One of the most dangerous jobs was "brakeman." Each car had to be stopped manually and it was the brakeman's job to stop four or five cars. The brakeman walked on top of the RR cars and turned a wheel, putting the brakes "on" for each car. It was not unheard of for a brakeman to be thrown from the top of a RR car.
"One of my great uncles, William Van Valkenburg, died at 24 in a railyard accident in 1912 by being crushed between two railway cars."
An incredible list. It's clear from that list that men are benefitting from a patriarchy and that women are dreadfully oppressed. Here's hoping women can catch up with men and enjoy the benefits we've enjoyed over the years