comment by lostapwbm 3 points an hour ago
The failure of men to speak out about male violence against women and girls renders us all complicit.
For all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of
The other more compelling argument is that we live in a society where men dominate every pillar of power, from parliament to the economy to the media.
As one female became head of government in Britain and another seeks to become head of state in America.
Now pull the other leg.
No wonder women end up disproportionately affected by policies such as cuts to social security.
Why are females disproportionately on the dole?
“Why is he doing this? It’s not how fathers should behave.”
Because mommy likes fucking men who like whipping ass.
There are so many practical demands that men should support. In a country in which one to two women are killed each week by a current or former partner, 17% of refuges have been shut since the Tories re-entered government six years ago. Cuts that threaten women’s lives must be reversed.
Pick a better class of dicks than “men who like beating females.”
The Fawcett Society is calling for male violence against women to be treated as a hate crime – an approach now adopted by Nottinghamshire police.
Unless “female violence against men” is treated as a “hate crime,” no thanks.
Men have to be sensitive about their role, of course. As Bartlett puts it, the approach cannot be “as though women haven’t been talking about it for decades, or as though men have something new to say”. Smethers argues it should be “in alliance with women, and on women’s terms”.
So women want to be helped, but want to be picky about the manner in which they are helped and who does it. If they are about to fall to their deaths and Green Lantern shows up, their logic is, “no thanks, the color green ‘triggers’ me. I’ll wait for Superman.”