Lads! Britain needs you to do your duty and get flirting

Our thanks to Jeff for this, by Charlotte Gill in the Telegraph. Jeff writes:

After 50 years of browbeating men, women wonder why men don’t flirt with them any more. And women think they are the more intelligent sex!!!

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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  • I wonder why!?

  • “Cake and eat it” I notice it doesn’t occur to her that she may not be so attractive either. On the plus side she’s not going to have problems with self esteem.
    On the serious side an example of the real cleft stick with “traditional” and feminist women both thinking its all about men, rather than something they can do.

  • epistemol

    Blow hot, blow cold, manipulate and reject.
    Typical female techniques.

    I realised eventually I had been, in effect, MGTOW decades before the term was invented.
    And why wouldn’t one be?

    Now, I am no woman disliker – that would be unreasonable and unfair.

    My policy has always been to at least to attempt to treat everyone with equal respect and civility unless they show reason to do otherwise.
    Treat as one would wish to be treated, in other words.

    However, this plaint that men should be happy to play a game that has been sytematically tipped against them is, frankly, offensive.

    Changing the angle somewhat;

    ” In 2015, Denmark released an advert called “Do It For Mom”, to encourage its nationals to have more babies. ”

    This is disingenuous to say the least.
    The reason for this exhortation, is because big government can see that it is going to need to confiscate more tax money.

    A protection racket par excellence if ever I saw one.

  • Pete Fletcher

    Can’t we just send them some cake! P.

  • Hilarious. They caused this. Now they’re moaning. Dry your eyes, lassies.

  • Looking at a woman the wrong way will soon become a hate crime. The ‘wrong way’ will be up to the jury to interpret off course. Am I going to take the risk of chatting a girl up and then be open to accusations of intimidation and misogyny?

  • Have some fun all go watch what 6oodfella had to say about the article

  • “Dithering lads are actually murderers” I know this comment was in jest but I just knew it was all our fault really. “Do it for the girls!” Ha! Here’s an idea – do something for us for a change.

  • Andy C

    Perhaps she might want to start with why she calls women ‘ladies’ and men ‘men’ … instead of their equivalent in social, moral and courtesy strata ‘gentlemen’. Well in theory …

  • listen to this Feminist crap! Quote from the article; As the Guardian likes to remind us, loneliness kills – so dithering lads are actually murderers, when you think about it.

    What a laugh! You destroy men and masculinity. Then blame us when its gone.
    Reaping what you’ve sown. Excellent!!!

  • Yes, but the Nottinghamshire police have said that uninvited verbal contact if unwanted will be a recorded as a hate crime. Now so far police are saying that has not resulted in “Wolf Whistles” or flirting being seen that way, but well, figure it out, it is called a slippery slope.

    Also women have been so ready to say that men have too fragile egos, and should just get over rejection. Well, tell you what, your turn. You made it a crime for us to approach you, in effect, so well, loneliness kills, and women’s rejection is now a criminal standard, so women are killing by not getting over their rejection. Why is it only fragile female egos are to be protected? Frankly, you want to shame men, for not doing, what your newspaper has been shaming them for doing – well frankly, you changed the rules, you figure it out.