Are women SHAMELESS? A story about golf… and more.

A depressing article, just published. One of our few remaining venerable institutions is going to cave in to political correctness:

http://www.mail.com/int/sports/other/2739262-ra-asks-members-to-allow-women-to-join.html#.1258-stage-set1-2

Women relentlessly leech on successful organisations run by men. There are few successful organisations (of any size) run by women, and men don’t leech on them – indeed women in such companies actively discriminate against men, as we know.

We keep being told women have most of the spending power in the UK and across the developed world. That’s mainly because they’re also spending their male partners’ money, but we have to ask, why does none of that money ever get spent on speculative ventures such as… oh, I don’t know… financing golf courses for women players? Because women don’t like risking their own money, and it’s easier for them to get what they want by whining and manipulating men. On the same theme:

Female winners at Wimbledon get the same prize money as the male winners, despite playing half as many games as the men. Unlike the male game, the female game is so undemanding that the top female players routinely win the doubles tournaments too, thereby earning more than the men.

The Scouts have long allowed girls to join, while the Guides still don’t allow boys to join. The (female) head of the Guides won one of our ‘Whiny Women of the Month’ awards.

Women campaign for increased female representation on corporate boards, despite knowing one consequence will be corporate financial decline.

Male entrepreneurs finance the start-up of many new ventures. When those ventures fail – as most do – the men are generally bankrupted as a result. But if those ventures succeed, and they become large and successful business? Women will turn up to demand cushy and remunerative non-executive directorships. The men can expect attractive women to suddenly find them attractive, while if they’re bankrupt, the same women will consider them pariahs.

Wherever we look, we see women manipulating institutions for the benefit of women. Invariably it’s men who let them get away with it. We’ve presented many of them – including David Cameron – with Toady awards.

There are just a few clubs now that require members to be male. The feminists bitch about them relentlessly, whilst celebrating the launch of clubs open only to women.

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again:

Have women no damned shame?

Any decent woman must surely be mortified at what’s been done in her name for the past 30+ years, and continues to be done.

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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  • Well written. And because most women do NOT have any shame, it’s time men took off their rose-tinted glasses and started seeing things as they really are – namely that they’re being manipulated and extorted by women.
    Max.B.

  • vadark

    Well put, Mike. Women ARE indeed shameless, and smug too. It must feel great to receive so much privilege. I’ve said it many times before: life, and how it evolves is largely based on ‘acceptability’. If something is allowed to happen, and is seen as acceptable, then sure as hell it will become part of culture. This is where men, in general, don’t help themselves. Like you said, much of this is down to men (white knights, manginas, David cameron) allowing the culture to flourish. one of the only things which will help bring this double-standard, male-bashing to an end will be the next election. If we can reach out to our society and cast a different light on our feminised generation of young voters, we may be able to make a difference. The problem is knowing who exactly to vote for as most of them are as bad as each other! We’re up against it, especially as the media has such strong influence and the media is full of feminist viewpoints. Mike, it’s not up on ITV player yet, but take a look at Loose Women episode today where they discuss domestic violence. Be warned, you might need a bucket, especially when they speak of educating BOYS at school not to abuse GIRLS.

    • Thanks for that, good points. ‘Loose Women’ is one of many programmes I can’t watch, as I get the urge to hurl the TV set out of the window – especially if the vile Janet Street-Porter is on the show!