Friday, 25 July 2014

Feminist Meme: Insulting men and mens issues

Feminist Meme: Insulting men and mens issues





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The Canadian MGTOW
MGTOW Journey Day #124

Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Feminist Meme: Ignoring men and men's issues

Feminist Meme:  Ignoring men and men's issues

My latest video featuring what feminists are good at... ignoring men and men's issues.






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The Canadian MGTOW
MGTOW Journey Day #121

Saturday, 19 July 2014

5 Simple Ways Men Can Better Respect Women - Dissected



5 Simple Ways Men Can Better Respect Women - Dissected


Today I happened to come across a website  called http://everydayfeminism.com/
It did not take long to see bigotry towards men (particularly whites), Christians, straight-people, and those nasty cis-gendered people that make up 97% of the population.  They have their checklist out and if you aren't oppressed enough, then you MUST be privileged and always ordering a side order of oppressing with every meal.  But luckily for you they have many articles on how you can be a BETTER man.

5 Simple Ways Men Can Better Respect Women

This WONDERFUL article was written by Melissa A. Fabello, in short, is a sex educator with a specialty in body image, as well as a fierce feminist activist. In 2010, she founded the lesbian feminist website and community ToughxCookies, and enjoyed three years as Editor and chief contributing writer to the blog.   Call me jaded but she  just might not be in tune with the needs and wants of men... but I digress. The authors quotes are in bold text, since I couldn't find a propaganda font.

Right at the top of the article she starts off saying "feminists really want to get dudes on board." but quickly followed by some shaming language.  “Come on, guys,” we’re collectively calling. “It’s time to get your shit together.”  Does this woman with a Masters in Education see the irony here?  Perhaps I'll write an article that goes like this: "Hey feminists, the Men's rights movement wants to get you on board to fight for issues that affect us both.  So please make some sandwiches for our next meeting and come join us!"

1. Stop Mansplaining

 

She defines it as It’s when men explain things to women, especially in regards to women’s own expertise or lived experiences. Well if it is one thing I have learned from lived experience, it is that anyone that calls themselves an expert... typically IS NOT.   Ask yourself how many times you have encountered someone who claimed to be an expert, but was easily de-bunked in a debate, or found out to be a complete fraud!  Everyone has probably heard of John Gray who wrote all those "Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus" books.  Right on the cover is the prominent credential of PHD.  That PHD it turns out was  an unaccredited PhD degree  from Columbia Pacific University (CPU), a now-defunct university located in San Rafael, California upon completion of a correspondence course. 

Personally, some of the stupidest people I have known had University degrees. An ex-sister-in-law who could not watch any movie without asking the dumbest questions every 5 minutes, and an ex-friend with a masters degree who had several pregnancy scares with several women because he was convinced he could always "pull out in time".

She goes on to explain, with politically correct pride, how she was conversing with her Latina feminist friends about the wage gap. Then a male friend had the audacity to add his 2 cents and how his professor (who taught finance) said that the wage gap was blown out of proportion according to several studies.  But wait, are you saying female expert trumps a male expert?  Or just when that male expert doesn't agree with your view?

She goes on to complain (feminists ARE experts in this) that she's labeled at bitchy and irrational when she asserts that she does know what she is talking about.  Maybe so, but my experience has been automatic name-calling and shaming tactics.  They will NEVER ask to see a study you are referring to, discount it automatically if it is written by a man, and deflect it.

How come there is no word like Femsplaining?  Or is that sexist?
Calling it "Mansplaining" only perpetuates disrespectful gender interactions.  And THAT is sexist.

2. Stop Using Diminutives

 

"I was giving a workshop on teen dating violence and sexual harassment to a group of teachers, and as I was leaving, one of the few men in the room reached out to shake my hand.

“It was a pleasure,” I told him, remembering – as I always do, but especially with men – to keep my handshake firm.

“Thanks so much, hun,” he said.

“Hun?” I was near-stunned."

QUICK!  Someone get out the fainting couch!  Sensitivity training for this brutish man, stat!!  She doesn't even acknowledge that women do this too!   I personally LIKE it!  Why are feminists like this so quick  to play the victim in stupid situations?  She goes on to say that her own father does it but that it's okay because he's 62.  So what is the cutoff? 60?  55?  The woman's age multiplied by Pi?

"In short: If I’m not your pet (which, you know, I’m not), don’t use a pet name to refer to me."

Funny, I don't recall anyone calling their dog or cat Hun.  I've experienced being called 'hun' a few times, and it is usually from someone who is Scottish.  For a movement that spouts how they love women of color, they certainly don't seem to respect the cultures they come from, particularly the white ones.  Feminists love banning words like Bossy.  Can hun be far behind?  Can behind be far behind?  Once you control language, you control thought.  Do we really want a world full of thought police?

I would simply say if someone uses a diminutive you and you feel uncomfortable, say something. If they don't change, probably not someone you want to be hanging out with.  And, more importantly, do not go out to Daddy Government and demand some law to change human behavior.

PS:  My rights do not end where your butt-hurt feelings start.

3. Stop Asking for Education

 

"I’m a lifelong learner, and I appreciate others who are, too.  And when you ask me to spend my precious time giving you a 101 on a 101, you’re exercising your male entitlement. Like whoa."

I've always held that it is OK for anyone to ask for education, to try to learn. Did it ever occur to her that their question might not be a request for a 'class 101' but her opinion?  And how is it male entitlement to ask a question?  Isn't this also a perfect opportunity to indoctrinate another sucker into your feminist ideology?  Or is it simply that  your job title of educator demands that you get paid for any educating you do outside of work hours?  Is it the teacher-union mentality, or have you spent too much time around sexual-harassment lawyers?

But I personally did learn something from this section of the article.  A woman's time is apparently as valuable as her vagina.  I can already see the next article title: "Time Rape:  Men asking questions."

4. Stop Staying Silent

 

She goes on to complain how "until recently" she had a male partner (thanks for the clarification) who would complain how his male co-worker would ask him what he thought of the new girl that was hired and if he would "hit that".   She goes on to say how this conversation, between two men, constitutes workplace sexual harassment. " Now this guy is going around thinking that that’s just how men talk to one another "   Uhm, newsflash hun.  We DO!  Another newsflash, WOMEN do too!  When I was in my 20s,  I overheard a group of women talking about their boyfriends.  It was quite explicit!  Everything from penis length to the staying power of their guy.

" But here’s the thing: If your friend says something screwed up, say something."    This is exactly why feminists want dudes on board. They need men to be confrontational and do their dirty work.  It's not enough that mainstream media and politicians are indoctrinating people into feminist beliefs.  They need enforcers and spies at the lowest levels of society too.  Hmmm.... thought police.  1984.

5. Stop Trying to Prove How ‘Not Like That’ You Are

 

"I dedicate this one especially – especially – to the Already Self-Identified Feminist Guys out there. Because this is something that I see y’all doing more often than other men. I’m talking about the one straight white cis guy who comes to my birthday party, sitting amid people with intersecting marginalized identities who keeps reminding us that he knows that he’s a straight white cis guy sitting amid people with intersecting marginalized identities – that he knows his place, that he understands oppressive structures, that he can (haha!) joke about what those other straight white cis guys do and say that are so offensive – uhh, effectively dominating the conversation."


So even when you're a feminist guy, your attacked by the very people you are supporting!  There really is no pleasing women is there.  And how dare you dominate the conversation! Just sit in the corner, and keep quiet while we women do the talking.   

And STOP calling me a cis guy.  For those unaware of this new word: 

Short for "cisgender" (opposite of "transgender"), used to describe someone whose gender identity matches their anatomical gender at birth.

Well, when 97% of the population is 'cisgender', I prefer to use the term used for the last few thousand years... NORMAL.

"...a few easy, small things you can do to show more respect to a group that you hold social power over, then do them."

Wow!  I hold social power over women!  Who knew?  Every day I get up, go to work, go back home, make something to eat, spend time on hobbies, then go to bed.  But where exactly is my power?  Is it my penis?  No, that's too narcissistic.  Is it the taxes I pay?  Probably.  My taxes do after all fund Canada's National Council of Women.  If I truly had any power, wouldn't there be a National Council of men?

I'll end this with a Google search that is somewhat telling regarding how much men are respected in today's screwed up society.  I simply googled "ways women can better respect men".  This would catch any article that started with a number, or phrase like "Top #".  The results of the first page of results (the most relevant and most popular links) were as follows in order:

4 Ways to Treat a Woman - wikiHow    #1???
What Makes a Man Respect a Woman? | LIVESTRONG.COM
10 Ways You Know You're The Kind Of Man Women Respect
The Five Respect Needs of Men | iMom (wow, one!)
5 Simple Ways Men Can Better Respect Women | Role ...
Do Men and Women Need Both Love and Respect Equally ..
Respect Women on Pinterest
20 Ways for Young Women to Claim the Respect They ...
5 Stupid Things A Guy Can Do To Make A Woman Lose All ...




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"Arctic"
The Canadian MGTOW
MGTOW Journey Day #117


Saturday, 12 July 2014

Clementine Ford: Femifascist of the week

Clementine Ford: Femifascist of the week


Clementine Ford: Femifascist of the week
Clementine Ford: Femifascist of the week

 Everyone is familiar with TED talks.  These are educational and sometimes mind-blowing talks about a variety of topics.   There are so many areas of interest, from education to happiness, statistics to creativity, tech demos to illusions. Here is a list of the 20 most popular talks as of December 2013:


  • Sir Ken Robinson says schools kill creativity (2006)
  • Jill Bolte Taylor‘s stroke of insight (2008)
  • Simon Sinek on how great leaders inspire action (2010)
  • Brene Brown talks about the power of vulnerability (2010)
  • Amy Cuddy on how your body language shapes who you are
  • Pranav Mistry on the thrilling potential of SixthSense (2009)
  • Tony Robbins asks why we do what we do (2006)
  • David Gallo‘s underwater astonishments (2007)
  • Mary Roach on 10 things you didn’t know about orgasm (2009)    Daniel Pink on the surprising science of motivation (2009) 
  • Pattie Maes and Pranav Mistry demo SixthSense (2009)  
  • Dan Gilbert asks: Why are we happy? (2004)
  • Hans Rosling shows the best stats you’ve ever seen (2006)
  • Elizabeth Gilbert on nurturing your creative genius (2009)
  • Steve Jobs on how to live before you die (2005)
  • Susan Cain shares the power of introverts (2012)    
  • Keith Barry does brain magic (2004)    
  • David Blaine reveals how he held his breath for 17 minutes (2010)
  • Pamela Meyer on how to spot a liar (2010)
  • Arthur Benjamin does mathemagic (2005)

Along with TED talks, is another program called TEDx.  TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.
 

I have seen some TEDx videos, and they are generally good, but then I came across this one:

Your vagina is not a car: Clementine Ford at TEDxSouthBankWomen
http://youtu.be/ATISgVUKetI

I now feel dumber for having listened to this YouTube video.   

It is very, very, very SAD to see TEDx talks degenerate into promoting one's IDEOLOGY.  With no statistics to back up her claims, not even a whiff of scientific study, this feminist takes the stage to rant about their favorite topic of 'rape culture'.  


Highlights

Some of the key highlights for me were the following quotes from the speaker, some of my observations, and some of the thought provoking responses in the comments section.

She makes the filming of gang rape (and posting it on the internet)  sound like an everyday occurrence.


"We need to keep talking about it [rape]. We need to keep disrupting people's comfortable lives with it."     What a lovely environment she'd like us to live in.  Everyday after supper, one should sit down and talk about rape.  "Hey honey, how was your day?"...  "It was GREAT! Not a single rape at work today!  Our rape-free day count is up to 4,015 !"


Never once does she mention male rape victims.


"Rape Culture is raising boys in an environment and a society that teaches them they have an entitlement to women's bodies"   I must of missed the memo on that one, I always thought boys are taught that if they earn enough money and jump through enough ridiculous hoops, they might gain access to a woman's body, but probably not.

"Rape Culture is pretending that Rape Culture doesn't exist"    So people not acknowledging that something exists is proof that it exists. Well that's fantastic, because I'm pretty sure dragons don't exist. That sure is a handy rule you just made up that in no way could be used to 'prove' that literally anything exists.

 
"We live in a world where women are taught they do not have the right to walk down the street at night because they don't have access to the same space as men"  Yes, taught by *you* and the rest of the feminists. You are the ones adamantly trying to teach women this so you can make a quick buck off their fear. You are the only ones trying to teach women this.

 
"People like to talk about rapists as evil monsters lurking in the shadows and we the women have to protect ourselves against them"   She prefers women took absolutely no precautions to reduce their risk of victimization; because more women being raped means more government funding for you and your feminist friends.

 
"It's people preferring to believe that the women in their lives are potential victims, rather than accepting that the men in their lives are potential predators."   Maybe people aren't willing to think of their male friends as rapists. Maybe not everyone is a bigot.


"I do think it's an act of terrorism to raise girls to believe that the world is not safe for them.  I do not engage people in conversation about why women need to protect themselves - I just don't tolerate it"  Of course not, women protecting themselves is like nails on a chalkboard for you. It means less money in your pocket.
Did you just refer to all the actions of yourself and every other feminist as terrorism? I would have stopped at 'destructive social engineering', but you're going the whole hog on criticising your own actions, good for you. The next step is to stop.

 
"It is convenient for people to make women afraid because it keeps them controlled"  Hell, you've made a fucking career out of it.


"The only thing worse than being raped is being considered not pretty enough to be raped. Right, Tracy?"   I'm not sure if Tracy's been raped and you're mocking her, or if you're calling her ugly.

 

 Gobsmacked

 

This is the FIRST Ted talks I have ever witnessed a speaker use the F-Word.   Way to keep it classy 'lady'.  See ya later at my local Tattoo parlor or biker bar. 
 
Biker Chick
Biker Chick

Some of my favorite YouTube comments

 

Dear feminists: Do you want to get men on your side? Stop calling an entire gender rapists or potential rapists. The vast majority of men detest rape just as much as you. We do not support, encourage, or partake in a "rape culture". We are not ready to snap into rape-mode at the moment of a rape-trigger. Some men, just like some women, are a bunch of sick fucks that shouldn't be used to generalize everybody anatomically similar to them.   You are not fighting sexism. You are defining it.

No one laughs when a woman is raped, can you say the same about men who are raped?


Children aren't cars either but we teach them preventative measures for safeguarding against kidnapping. Not because every stranger is a potential kidnapper but because kidnapping happens. Do we live in a kidnapping culture?

Tell me more how all men and boys are disgusting sexual predators who like nothing more than rape women, and how society condones and encourages the rape of women and girls. Sexism is alive and well...  Men can't even sit on an airplane next to an unaccompanied child because obviously, all men are child molesters. You bigots belong in the 1950s...

The majority of male rape victims have been marginalized in the most widespread rape survey, on the part of feminist Mary Koss, who argued that "only forced penetration should be considered rape".  And since the FBI, and Department of Justice agree with her, I'd say that's a pretty good example of systemic discrimination/victimization/oppression of men and boys.


A wise man once said, this is the type of chick a rapist would friendzone.


If rape culture is prevalent in society, why is rape illegal?


Feminism shall not rest until they make everyone else in the world as miserable as they are.  TEDx SUCKS lately.


Closing Pun


Thanks to this video, anytime I see a Ford commercial I will cringe. 
Have you driven a [Clemintine] Ford lately?



Thursday, 10 July 2014

Feminist Meme: Man Hating

Feminist Meme: Man Hating

My latest video featuring what feminists do best...



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"Arctic"
The Canadian MGTOW
MGTOW Journey Day #109

Sunday, 6 July 2014

Feminist Meme: Entitlement


Feminist Meme: Entitlement




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MGTOW Journey Day #104
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MGTOW Journey Day #102
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Thursday, 3 July 2014

Feminist Hypocrisy and Double Standards

Feminist Hypocrisy and Double Standards




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MGTOW Journey Day #102


Tuesday, 1 July 2014

Andrea Dworkin: Femifascist of the week

 Andrea Dworkin: Femifascist of the week


Bring me Han Solo!
Bring me Han Solo!

This week's Femifascist is Andrea Dworkin. The following are her quotes with color commentary by yours truly.

"Marriage as an institution developed from rape as a practice."
Good start.  Wonder why she got married twice....

"Heterosexual intercourse is the pure, formalized expression of contempt for women's bodies."
Andrea is a lesbian (eventhough she's been married twice).  I'm confused.

"Under patriarchy, every woman's son is her potential betrayer and also the inevitable rapist or exploiter of another woman,"  Gee, she would make an awesome Mom!

"Sex and murder are fused in the male consciousness, so that the one without the imminent possibility of the other is unthinkable and impossible." This is illogical!  Who would make my sandwiches?

"I want to see a man beaten to a bloody pulp with a high-heel shoved in his mouth, like an apple in the mouth of a pig." Something tells me she's eaten a suckling pig with an apple in it's mouth quite regularly.

"In my own life, I don't have intercourse. That is my choice."   Wonder if she told her husband this before or after the ceremony.

"Q: People think you are very hostile to men. A: I am." -- Andrea Dworkin. 
Well, I'm glad that's settled.  I was sitting on the fence till now...
 

"Marriage . . . is a legal license to rape." 
Uhm, not according to the law.

"The hurting of women is . . . basic to the sexual pleasure of men." 
Keep in mind that Andrea was a prostitute before she wrote her 10 books for feminists.

"...[W]omen and men are distinct species or races ... men are biologically inferior to women; male violence is a biological inevitability; to eliminate it, one must eliminate the species/race itself... in eliminating the biologically inferior species/race Man, the new Ubermensch Womon (prophetically foreshadowed by the lesbian separatist herself) will have the earthly dominion that is her true biological destiny. We are left to infer that the society of her creation will be good because she is good, biologically good. In the interim, incipient Super Womon will not do anything to 'encourage' women to 'collaborate' with men--no abortion clinics or battered woman sanctuaries will come from her. After all, she has to conserve her 'energy' which must not be dissipated keeping 'weaker' women alive through reform measures. The audience applauded the passages on female superiority/male inferiority enthusiastically. This doctrine seemed to be music to their ears." -- from a panel on "Lesbianism as a Personal Politic" that met in New York City, Lesbian Pride Week 1977; Andrea Dworkin, Letters from a War Zone, - Take Back The Day - Biological Superiority: The World's Most Dangerous and Deadly Idea (1977), (Dutton Publishing, 1989) p.146 "Heterosexual intercourse is the pure, formalized expression of contempt for women's bodies." 
Wow.  Just wow.  Borrowed a page from Hitler's holocaust, minus all those pesky men.

"As I see it, our revolutionary task is to destroy phallic identity in men and masochistic non-identity in women--that is, to destroy the polar realities of men and women as we now know them so that this division of human flesh into two camps--one an armed camp and the other a concentration camp--is no longer possible. Phallic identity is real and it must be destroyed. Female masochism is real and it must be destroyed."
Cool, a utopian society in which everyone has butch haircuts and is called Pat.

"Only when manhood is dead--and it will perish when ravaged femininity no longer sustains it--only then will we know what it is to be free." 
So according to this, society is sustained by women? Last time I looked, most farmers were men, most miners were men, most power plant workers were men,  most engineers are men, most people working in transportation were men, and most of the dirty/dangerous jobs are done by....  men.

"...the prisons for women are our homes. We live under martial law. We live in places in which a rape culture exists. That is a women's home, where she lives. Men have to be sent to prison, to live in a culture that is as rapist as the normal home in North America. We live under what amounts to a military curfew. Enforced by rapists. And we say usually that we're free citizens in a free society. We lie. We lie, we lie everyday about it... We live in a police state where every man is deputized. . . . In the United States, violence against women is a major pastime. It is a sport. It is an amusement. It is a mainstream cultural entertainment. And it is real. It is pervasive. It is epidemic. It saturates the society. It's very hard to make anyone notice it, because there is so much of it." -- Andrea Dworkin, Terror, Torture and Resistance, Keynote Speech at the Canadian Mental Health Association's "Women in a Violent Society," Banff, Albert, May 9, 1991, (First published in Canadian Studies/Les Cahiers de la Femme, Vol. 12, No.1, Fall 1991) 
Holy F***.  I don't know where to begin.  The most recent stats I have seen is that in married households, women make 80% of the financial decisions.  Ask any married man out for a beer, and chances are he'll have to clear it with the wife.  If it's anyone who is in 'prison' in their homes these days it's men. Violence against women as a sport?  WTF?  I must of totally missed all the sports betting and the Violence against women collector cards?  Say does anyone have card #152 from 1991 for Manny Hernandez?  I need that one for the complete set!  He had a great season that year, and an ERA (Earned Rape Average) of 1.50, and a BA (Beating Average) of 319 !

"The annihilation of a woman's personality, individuality, will, character, is prerequisite to male sexuality."   Okay, then.

"Rape is the primary heterosexual model for sexual relating. Rape is the primary emblem of romantic love. Rape is the means by which a woman is initiated into her womanhood as it is defined by men." "Under patriarchy, every woman is a victim, past, present and future. Under patriarchy, every woman's daughter is a victim, past, present and future. Under patriarchy, every woman's son is her potential betrayer and also the inevitable rapist or exploiter of another woman." -- Andrea Dworkin, Liberty, p.58   I sense a big business opportunity for a new line of Valentine's Day cards!  "I Choo Choo Choose you as my rape victim!"

"Men use the night to erase us." -- Andrea Dworkin
Sadly, dear Andrea passed away on April 9, 2005 (aged 58). Perhaps she got erased? 

That'll do pig. That'll do.
That'll do pig. That'll do.
 

Regards,
"Arctic"
The Canadian MGTOW
MGTOW Journey Day #100