i hate men
i hate u too
If you want to seek this “social justice”, then here’s what you do…
If I think of any more, I’ll add them to the hate mail I will guaranteedly receive. Bottom line is that until you all start fighting for EVERYONE’S justice, and not just those that fit niche groups that you feel “need it”, you don’t blog justice. You want to be unjust? Your first step is picking which inherent characteristics make one undeserving of your help. If you realize one thing from reading of all the problems you read of, you should quickly realize that everyone could use a little help now and then, even if they’re white, male, and/or straight — and that sometimes, their opposition comes as a mirror of these things. Just one last thing. Justice applies to everyone, not just your pet projects, and if more of you respected that, more people like me would like more people like you; if you want justified enemies instead of justified allies, keep doing what you’re doing — seems to be working out great for you.
In Liberty, and REAL justice,
"MEN HAVE ISSUES, ERGO FEMINISM IS INVALID"
Kinda not what us masculists (she tags this post “what about teh menz”, feminism, masculism, privilege denial” — the masculism part is where I derive that it is this of which she speaks) say, but you can have that. We, rather say that a movement that propounds equality should not focus on the issues that face only one half of the sexual spectrum. Not very equal, is it?
So there’s masculism. For the other, equally valid half of the spectrum. Not to invalidate you, rather to validate us. Get it now?
'Course, I'm neither, I'm a nonbiased gender egalitarian. Validates both, without invalidating either. See, equality.
In the past quarter century, we exposed biases against other races and called it racism, and we exposed biases against women and called it sexism. Biases against men we call humor.
Are masculism and men’s rights activism the same thing? Because I’m trying to be open-minded and learn more about it as a movement and that’s the impression I’m getting.
Basically, yes. Though people will tell you that it’s either unnecessary, or an outlet for misogyny, it is exactly a men’s rights thing.