M: What we must now ‘prove’

We’re indebted to many contributors for links to articles, videos etc. Sometimes they send us emails which are themselves worthy of publication. An example – one of our most regular contributors – is ‘M’, a gentleman who lives in Eastern Europe. He’s just sent the following:

“Mike, as I’ve been reading various articles and scientific publications, I can’t help but laugh at how we must now ‘prove’ even the most basic and obvious facts of life, after three decades of runaway feminism.

We must prove that stay-at-home mothers are better for the children and society… we must prove that boys need more physical activity-centred education methods… we must prove that female infantry divisions are not in the best interests of the military, or the women themselves… we must prove that excessive numbers of female doctors are a burden on the entire system… we must prove that children need fathers too…. we must prove that men deserve rights too… we must prove that men are better at science and maths… we must prove that women don’t always speak the truth… we must prove that lowering standards in the public and private sectors in order to accommodate women is not in the best interest of public life or economic performance… we must prove that male behaviour is not inherently evil… we must prove that men are more suitable to difficult and physically demanding employment types… we must prove that gender quotas are harming business… we must prove that freshly-cooked food is healthier than TV dinners and fast-food… we must prove that breast-feeding is better for infants… we must prove that budget money is best used on people in need in our own countries… we must prove that boys like muscled, tall, battle-hardened soldier toys… we must prove that girls like attractive dolls… we must prove that Ritalin is not in the best interests of our schoolboys…

In other words, we now must ‘prove’ just about every normally accepted aspect of life, private or public… so twisted has the feminist propaganda become!

Regards… “

About Mike Buchanan

I'm a men's human rights advocate, writer, and publisher. My primary focus is leading the political party I launched in 2013, Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them). I still work actively on two campaigns I launched in early 2012, Campaign for Merit in Business and the Anti-Feminism League. In 2014 I launched The Alternative Sexism Project, aiming to raise public understanding that the sexism faced by men and boys has far more grievous consequences than the sexism faced by women and girls.
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  • tarzanwannabe

    That’s powerful, Mike!

  • Absolutely so. It’s a hard slog, but I’m heartened by the progress of men and women, bringing facts and sense to an arena as yet dominated by emotional appeals. Too few men seem to enter this “fray” and there’s the problem; men take too little interest in issues that are colonised by Gender Feminists.