11 Common MRA Arguments and How They're Wrong -
cacheoftheday:Men are (deliberately) misunderstoodThe myth of the misunderstood man ties into the previous paragraph. Again, if the problem with things like sexual harrassment is truly that women misunderstand men (it isn’t), then maybe men should try to communicate more clearly. For instance, the thing with catcalling is that women understand all too clearly that men do it to impress their buddies - but men don’t understand how it makes women feel degraded and unsafe. Falling back on being “misunderstood” is lazy as shit.
What MRAs think it is: Harmless intentions are twisted into malign ones
Actual issue: Male entitlement and privilege
Actual solution: Respecting boundariesMen get the short stick in a divorce case
As a result of the fact that men generally earn more money (which is in itself a result of systematic sexism), they often end up paying alimony. The evidence that the justice system is rigged to favour women in divorce cases isscant. We can assume that men will stop being required to pay child support if pay equality becomes a reality.
What MRAs think it is: Women manipulate courts to advantage them
Actual issue: Income and power disparity, society sees women as mothers
Actual solution: Pay equality, degendering of marriage roles
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Often what’s happening in those relationships is that the guy is taking advantage of a younger woman. So you should be ashamed of the guy who is victimizing this young girl, not the young girl who is being victimized.
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Seriously, USA?: razingcomplacency: ihaveabsolutelynoidea: legitimate criticisms of... -
legitimate criticisms of feminism:
-transmisogyny and the lack of inclusion of transwomen
-the racist history behind it and the lack of inclusion of woc
-ignoring and invalidating women with disabilities
-pretty much anything that falls…
Slut walk Delhi
Bogota Slut Walk February 2012
The sign says “I want to feel safe even when I’m alone.”
I like the bearded lady here.