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If they only had some sense: A Voice for Men gets the Wizard of Oz backwards (Memesplaining #2)

Really, guys? Really?

How do you watch the Wizard of Oz and get the impression that Dorothy’s pals are stupid, heartless cowards? The whole point of the movie… 102 more words

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"Why did it the main character have to be a girl?" and other tough questions about modern cinema

So the other night I watched Lucy, a highly entertaining movie with an incredibly silly premise: Scarlett Johansson develops superpowers after a drug enables her to use more than the standard 10% of her brain. 409 more words

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GQ hired a woman to attend A Voice for Men's conference last year in hopes she'd be raped, creepy AVFMer charges

In his must-read GQ story on A Voice for Men’s conference last summer, Jeff Sharlet detailed an unsettling encounter between his friend Blair and AVFM’s “collegiate activism director” Sage Gerard, who, Blair told Sharlet, crudely propositioned her and gave her “the most unconsensual hug I have ever known.” (I wrote about it… 407 more words

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Authority is Paramount

I am enjoying the book Fascinating Womanhood. It is extremely helpful and I have found it a bit more applicable to me than Laura Doyle’s book… 250 more words

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"They want every man cuckolded as it undermines the patriarchy and sets up a matriarchy where men are simply drones" and other insights on feminism from the Men's Rights Subreddit

Is it just me, or are Men’s Rights Activists (and PUAs and MGTOWers) just a little bit obsessed with this whole “cuckolding” thing? From a discussion in the Men’s Rights subreddit today: 46 more words

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The dudes at Return of Kings may hate real women, but they love Barbie, "the modern Aphrodite."

So over on Roosh Valizadeh’s terrible, horrible, no good, very bad Return of Kings blog a gentleman named Blair Naso has penned a weird paean to Barbie… 731 more words

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Pickup guru Roosh V: End rape by making it legal

“Game” guru Roosh Valizadeh is tired of hearing that “men can stop rape.”

As far as he’s concerned, the problem isn’t men — who already know that rape is bad. 1,618 more words

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