This afternoon I received an email from Christine Jones, reproduced here with her permission:
I found out about your organisation and yourself yesterday on Sky News.
Such an organisation highlighting issues males and our wider society suffer due to ever increasing march of and hostility from feminism is so important and long overdue.
For a long while it has very much felt like feminism is more about ‘supremacy’ than ‘equality’
I am the Mother of a daughter aged twenty two and a son aged seventeen.
My son attends both a Boys School and a Girls School for his A level subjects.
Facing adulthood and the cultural environment he lives in my son and his pals definitely feel that they are the downtrodden, ridiculed and irrelevant sex.
They’re the ones who lack confidence about their place and value in the cultural environment they live in.
Whilst feminists have been screeching from the roof tops for decades Men have been silenced and there has been no one out there speaking out for them.
My son frequently bemoans the feminist verbal aggression and attitudes he witnesses in so many girls of his own age at the girls ‘ school.
Girls seem to have been encouraged by the promotion of feminist ideology in the Education system, Media, Politics to think that they are somehow are ‘more special’ and better than boys.
Feminism seems to be breeding a generation of incredibly selfish females who think ’ it’s all about them ‘
The girls my son comes across seem to be primed on a war footing forever challenging and questioning. How very tiring for them!
Relations and interactions seem more about fighting and one upmanship than co operating and getting on nicely together with mutual respect.
Feminists seem to be completely blind to the damage they are doing to their relationships, families, children and ultimately themselves.
I wasn’t surprised to read a short while ago a report by Eleanor Harding in The Mail with the headline ‘ It’s official. British teen girls are among most miserable in the world.’
Where has this feminism got them?
I’m also not surprised that Britain is a Divorce Capital.
I have spent the vast majority of my adult life as a stay at home Wife and Mum.
My husband and I have been extremely happy together for thirty four plus years based on a traditional male/female roles marriage.
I am educated to Honours Degree level and find being at home looking after my family deeply satisfying and rewarding. I never feel bored by my traditional Wife/Mother role.
I was however bored , frustrated , exhausted and dissatisfied emotionally being a wage slave in the workplace.
My friends who go out to work are forever moaning about their lives whilst I stay at home wife and Mum am happy.
I would have found it emotionally agonising and torture if I had had to walkaway from my much loved children to go to work and leave them in the care of teenagers on minimum wage in nurseries.
Such a route would have gone against every natural grain in my body.
I was happy to discover that there is an organisation such as yours speaking about the issues and imbalances faced by males in our culture. Much appreciation from myself and my son,
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