manwomanmyth – Equality – The pay gap

Looks at the inaccurately presented views of the gender pay gap made in the media and by government. Analyses pay gaps that should exist but don’t in certain jobs like the police, the military and the fire service. Features Angry Harry, Erin Pizzey, Stephen Fitzgerald and Oliver Curry (London School of Economics and Demos).

• Choices of work made by men and women
• Motherhood and pay
• Emergency services and the military
• The pay gap and womens vote
• Should a man who can carry 2 bricks be paid more than a woman who can only carry 1 brick?
• Which sex is more motivated to earn more?
• Can a man choose not to work? Can a woman?
• Women living in a climate of fear
• The suppression of men’s views
• Discrimination in Pension rights for men and women

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ManWomanMyth – Feminism – Origins of Feminism

Feminism in a nutshell

How women like to think Feminism started and how I believe it really started. Feminism is about women’s enslavement rather than women’s liberation.

• Ideology of Feminism
• Women’s definition of oppression

Origins of Feminism

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More details on where Feminism came from and how it significantly pre-dates the 1960’s. How radical Feminism attached itself to true Feminism such that they became one combined ideology. How women have been fooled by Feminism and how it has been used to steadily dismantle family. Featuring Stephen Fitzgerald, Angry Harry, Erin Pizzey and Michele Elliott.

• Leaders of the women’s movement
• Making the personal, political
• Feminism use of Domestic Violence to generate income
• Women in the Second World War
• The EOC – Equal Opportunities Commission (now called EHRC)

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winners of feminism

An examination of those who really win due to the onslaught of Feminism. What agencies are benefiting whilst women, men and children continue to lose? Featuring Stephen Fitzgerald, Angry Harry, Erin Pizzey and Professor Colin Francome.

• Was there a need for feminism?
• The real meaning of the ideology of Feminism
• Anatomy of a Feminist
• Womens attempts to rewrite history

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10 little-known historical facts about American Chinese food

If you’ve ever been to a Chinese restaurant in any suburb in America, you know the joys of crab rangoon, chicken fingers, and sweet & sour everything. But where do they come from? Turns out it’s definitely not China: most of what we eat today from paper takeout boxes would confuse the living hell out of a person in Beijing, and not just because they can’t see it clearly through the smog.

America’s got a type of Chinese food all its own, and it’s super different from what they’ve got across the pond. It’s mysterious, it’s delicious, and it’s been evolving ever since the California Gold Rush. Here’s what you might not have known about it.

The problem with Wendy Davis is not that she’s a terrible mother, a gold-digging, possibly violent, drug taking tramp who used her husband as an ATM machine – the problem is that she’s a liar. Why not own your Amazon Grrl Power Stick it to the Man Feminazi shit, Wendy?





Well, well, well, the media is going to town on Democratic nominee for Texas Governor Wendy Davis for some “inconsistencies” in her heroic, single mother, pulled up by the bootstraps narrative. Wendy, who considers herself the epitome of American gung-ho-ism, just get ‘er done survivalist womanhood has perhaps misrepresented herself just a teeny tiny bit.


Struggling, strong independent single mother? Well, she did pop out two kids from two different men, but that’s pretty much where the “mother” story ends. She left her first husband when she was 19 (the divorce was finalized when she was 21) and then immediately enrolled in college and worked at her Daddy’s sandwich shop, where she met Husband 2.0, who just happened to be older and richer than Husband 1.0.


That’s fine. Whatever. I don’t care. But how is she mothering while going to school, taking top place…

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