Read me at The Spearhead

I have a new post at The Spearhead: Feminism and the Economy.

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9 Responses to “Read me at The Spearhead”

  1. Renee Says:

    FM, what amazes me is how some men believe that women shouldn't be part of the workforce, yet they complain about their wives spending their money or about alimony.

    I think that if a married woman worked, she would have her own finances to spend or on her own bank account and wouldn't rely so much on her husband's.

    Just something that I've thought about. And I admit that this is pretty general.

  2. Carl Says:

    What women would do to the internet: http://www.japanprobe.com/2008/07/17/japanese-women-like-moderated-bulletin-boards/

    Sure it's Japan, but the seed for the (formerly) most anarchic forum on the web (4chan) comes from the Japanese 2ch (which is mostly male "otakus").

  3. Carl Says:

    Btw, something totally anecdotal.

    I was talking to a US girl (premature edit, she was early 20s; my age) on the net a few days ago. Just in the way you do these connected days, not with any intent.

    But something came up about older women raping boys. While she reacted pretty amusingly and started to give me a guide to getting away with raping older woman, she said that she recently saw a film about it.

    In this film, a school boy raped a female teacher and the woman reported it. But the police didn't believe her and blamed her for the rape. $10 this is Lifetime and what the fuck kind of reaction is this to the recent influx of news? Prepare to hear "it was really the boy who did it" as an excuse in a year or two.

    Also, this woman is probably the big news in the UK right now: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/magazine/8292395.stm. Google her name for the full story. Many say we (MRAs) have made no progress, but pretty much 90%+ of vilified paedophiles in the UK for the last year or more have been female. This is quite a contrast to a few years ago when they were all male.

    Steady as she goes.

  4. Renee Says:

    FM,

    What amazes me is how some men believe that women shouldn’t be part of the workforce, yet they complain about their wives spending their money or about alimony.

    I think that if a married woman worked, she would have her own finances to spend or on her own bank account and wouldn’t rely so much on her husband’s.

    Just something that I’ve thought about. And I admit that this is pretty generalized as well and that there are special cases.

  5. globalman100 Says:

    FM,
    time to introduce you to two of my heros here in the UK. Danny and Charlie of the 'love police'. These guys are AWESOME. Here they are at Canary Warf taking on the PTB. Now, for those of you who do not know London Canary Warf is the 'Wall Street' of London. Indeed, the PTB claim that even the tub station underneath is 'private property'. If people want to see and example of what can be done? How about grab a megaphone, a video camera, go to busy places and start talking!!! Charlie regularly gets 10,000 views per video now and it is growing.

    For your education and entertainment!!!



  6. globalman100 Says:

    FM…did you ever read this before?

    1 Timothy 2:12 (New International Version)
    12I do not permit a woman to teach or to have authority over a man; she must be silent.

    The bible itself puts it plain and simple… 😉

  7. silly girl Says:

    You may have seen this already, but in case you haven't, you might like to have it.

    While not exactly new or surprising to us, it is documentation.

    Women and voting patterns.

    http://www.people.fas.harvard.edu/~iversen/PDFfiles/LottKenny.pdf

  8. globalman100 Says:

    Sillygirl, the reason the Illuminati gave women the vote is that they knew the women would vote themselves all the money in the treasury in 'welfare' programs.

    In case you missed your history classes, this is what happens in most 'democracies' when women gain political power. They made plays about it in greek times.

  9. Female Misogynist Says:

    Globalman, that is what happens, but it certainly isn't taught in history classes. We have to do research on our own to find out such inconvenient facts.

    Silly Girl, thank you for the link!

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