The Hatred of Women: A new terrible anthem for the Men’s Rights Movement!

Look out, Jade Michael and the Fuck Their Shit Up Crew! Sure, your Men’s Rights theme song “Go My Own Way” was hailed by MRAs around the internet as a work of genius, and, in the words of one eminent critic angry misogynist dude,

a veritable anthem for the red pill crowd … replete with a great, purist rock sound, a touch of humor, attitude, and a ton of gut level, red pill honesty.

It’s Red Pill-riffic! But now  Jade and the one other guy who makes up his, er, “crew” now have competition in the Men’s Rights anthem business!

Without futher ado, here is Slumberwall, with a little song called “The Hatred of Women.”

Did any of you make it past the one minute mark? I couldn’t.

Happily, Slumberwall has transcribed the terrible lyrics to the song, so you don’t have to listen to the whole thing in order to appreciate its true Men’s Rightsy awfulness. Here are the best bits, by which I mean the bits most likely to make you want to puncture your eardrums with knitting needles.

Men have no doubt

Just what they’re for

We die at work

We die in war

We die at sea

As the lifeboats float ashore

Women & children,

all aboard

Never mind that, as I pointed out yesterday, “women and children first” isn’t really a thing.

Anyway, back to Slumberwall:

We take the strain

We bear the load

Build the bridges

Sweep the roads

Make the houses

That make the homes

Pay for others

But live alone

 

And the more that it happens

The more I see

The hatred of women

For men like me

Well, if by “men like me” you mean “men who write and sing the shittiest music that has ever been made by human beings,” I have to say that I kind of understand this hatred.

Nonetheless, on YouTube the Men’s Rightsers are cheering this song as a brilliant work of social criticism.

Wanderer5200 enthuses:

I haven’t had a favorite song in a very long time. But I think this is it.

TheAetherspeak declares

 Awesome Song. The voice all purveyors of patriarchy theory remain ignorant of.

Gamenode explains:

Women have never been oppressed but through their reproductive monopoly have exploited men and seen us butchered and enslaved for their own privilege. Fuck ‘em all.

KellyJones00 adds,

Don’t fuck them at all. Just leave them alone. Don’t even donate sperm.

Time for a little bit of a musical palate cleanser.

Make sure to listen to all ten hours of that for the full palate-cleansing effect.

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Posted on April 16, 2012, in $MONEY$, antifeminism, evil women, MGTOW, misandry, misogyny, MRA, music, oppressed men, precious bodily fluids, YouTube. Bookmark the permalink. 572 Comments.

  1. I thought you were leaving.

  2. He never leaves.

  3. What does that last one mean anyway? Is feminism some sort of RPG, and male feminists are playing a challenge character to relieve boredom?

    Or is it, as I suspect, that people who are taller than slightly-shorter-than-average and without physical deformities have the luxury of putting handicaps on themselves in attracting mates, and that’s their call?

  4. If individual men want to attempt to challenge themselves and reap the benefits in a difficult situation, that’s something they choose.

    Didn’t stick to the flounce? XD

    Anyway if by “reap the benefits” you mean try to make the world more equal then yes but I don’t think thats what you meant. I don’t know what personal benefits men would gain from feminism but I am assuming you are talking about getting laid or something. (which isn’t why men join feminism but whatever no point in trying to convince a troll otherwise)

    Plus its not difficult at all several men have already stated that its not hard to get into feminism. Feminist don’t hate men you idiot.

  5. He is the tiny pebble in the shoe of feminist blogs. Insignificant and incapable of doing any real damage, but a constant irritant that you can never get rid of.

    But he’s incredibly proud of himself and keeps getting back into the shoe whenever he’s forcibly removed, so I guess that makes him a sentient pebble.

  6. @Jumbofish:

    I know I found it quite difficult to join Feminism. First I had to pretend I was a girl so that feminists would automatically trust me. Then I had to prove myself a valuable contributor. Finally, in a big reveal, I outed myself as male! The trust that I had built up was just barely enough to overcome the feminist’s innate hatred of all things man, and I was reluctantly accepted into their ranks.

    Don’t all male feminists go through this?

    They don’t?

    They… never do? Oh… I see. Huh.

  7. I was going to start believing women were fully human, but I looked at the costs and benefits and decided it just wasn’t a good investment.

  8. I pretended that I believed women were people for a while, but this did not result in any of them automatically giving me sex. From this I have concluded that women are lying bitches and feminism is evil.

  9. Chivalry? Chivalric attitudes towards women may have been an advance over previous misogyny (though I couldn’t say for sure, personally) but it is an example of sexism which feminists, male and female, oppose.

    See also: stuff no one would say if they knew the shit about which they were expounding.

  10. Also, I found feminism remarkably easy to get into. The machines knock you unconscious so they can replace your testicles with Femme Relays without any struggle, and after a few months the pain is actually bearable! Some days I only want to smash the Earth a little bit, even!

    But not often.

  11. When I got into the field of feminism I had to endure all this taunting from the women because all feminists hate men. Despite that I held tight and slowly raised my rank! At first I almost gave up on believing women are equal to men but then I was overcome by the benefits of getting laid.

    Yup that looks like feminism to me!

    Troll.

  12. Goku Fucking Vegeta

    WHO IS MRAL?! I have no idea why everyone is so convinced that I am this dude.

  13. I wonder why a troll who clearly came here to troll would be so offended we keep calling him mral. Dude you suck at lying. xD

  14. I don’t know who this MRAL is, but he sounds like a really awesome smart dude. And I have a high IQ.

    …Anyway it’s all your fault for not forgiving me and taking me under your wing and telling me I’m a very special little boy who works so hard when he has it so tough. So really you’re just trolling yourselves.

  15. If you want to convince us you’re not MRAL, try actually leaving when you say your going to leave.

    The fact that you storm off and then come back whining minutes later is not helping your I’m-so-upset-you-called-me-MRAL-although-I-totally-for-realz-have-no-idea-who-that-is-at-all case here.

  16. I don’t care if he’s MRAL or not, I just want a “banned for being dull and predictable” button.

  17. Goku Fucking Vegeta

    God damn. Whatever.

  18. I’m with Cassandra. There are 9 out 10 chance that you are MRAL, but if you’re not you’re no more welcomed. You have nothing to bring us, not a laugh nor anything close to an intelligent or original thought.
    Get out.

  19. God damn. Whatever.

    Ok well now that we are that stag why don’t you spare yourself the embarrassment of having David ban you again and just leave.

  20. I’m with Cassandra. There are 9 out 10 chance that you are MRAL, but if you’re not you’re no more welcomed. You have nothing to bring us, not a laugh nor anything close to an intelligent or original thought.
    Get out.

    Pots damn, Kyrie!! That was practically an exorcism!

  21. The real question is: What are his feelings on David Foster Wallace?

  22. I don’t care if he’s MRAL or not, I just want a “banned for being dull and predictable” button.

    I suppose there are only so many anti-feminist arguments that someone can make. In that sense, I guess that most of the people who try to argue against feminism are going to be dull and predictable.

    Although it would be nice to get some variety. Maybe some day we’ll get a troll arguing that feminists are trying to take over the world using giant squid that shoot fireballs from their eyes or something. It’s about as in touch with reality as the whole “feminists hate men” thing.

  23. I’m gonna have to come down on the side of not caring if it’s MRAL or too. In either case, it’s still just some random jackass as far as I’m concerned.

  24. *or [not]*

  25. Well, I will say one thing for Goku. He’s quick! So far, according to his IP addresses, he’s managed to post from Pittsford, NY; Scottsdale, AZ; Saratov, in the Russian Federation; and from the middle of a forest near Gemunden, Germany. All tonight!

    Or maybe there’s something fishy going on …

  26. I have an idea! He can stay if he promises to share his Star Trek beam-me-up device with the rest of us.

  27. Anathema, give them some credit. Tom Martin’s “women are whores because the library chairs don’t have cushions” routine was original, wasn’t it?

  28. Tom was a true original, the only problem was that he only had one original idea (ie that everything a woman does makes her a whore).

  29. A bright and noble man I aimed to be,
    For justice and for honor I did strive.
    Through nights and candles slaved I to derive
    The rights of those less fortunate than me.
    My voice I cast as far as eyes could see,
    That all might graze the wisdom I had got.
    In private conversations too I sought
    To educate the unlearn’d payment free.
    Yet no one rose in gratitude or thanks.
    Not one “hoorah!” from any in their ranks.
    They wished for their opinion to be heard
    Over an expert’s researched and refined
    Inf’rence! Ungrateful swine! Upon my word,
    They can all rot in hell! See if I mind!

  30. *sigh*

    A sonnet by any other name take just as gosh-durnned long to write to the point where conversation has since moved on IT’S ALL FEMINISMS FAULT!

  31. I’ve been waiting for someone to mention Tom so that I could bring this up.

  32. Credit where credit’s due, Tom Martin did have some rather . . . idiosyncratic arguments.

  33. I feel like Martin was rather straightforward once you got passed the misandric chairs. His big beef was that we didnt immediately and unequivocably condemn his fairy-tale notion of whoredom, and therefore we supported whole-heartedly the notion that women should exchange sex for food and drink and money.

    A little idiosyncratic, yeah, in that he expected every single muscle movement the man made towards the woman to be repaid by the woman in full… But I’m pretty sure I’ve seen that amongst commentors in other MRA places as well.

  34. Well, I will say one thing for Goku. He’s quick! So far, according to his IP addresses, he’s managed to post from Pittsford, NY; Scottsdale, AZ; Saratov, in the Russian Federation; and from the middle of a forest near Gemunden, Germany. All tonight!

    Oh, maybe it’s actually goku then. Then again, he’s too dumb to troll feminist blogs…

  35. OMG, all the oppressive bullshit men have put women through all throughout human history and these assholes have the audacity to claim they are the victims?! It’s like they’re living in an alternate reality.

    You know what I’d like to know? How many women throughout human history gave their lives giving birth to babies, especially boys. Yeah, it’s been really great having a reproductive monopoly.

  36. You think Goku is stupider than that troll?

  37. I’ve never seen a bunch of people who *wanted* to be hated so much as MRAs.

  38. Ratings and comments disabled; the true sign of a particularly rubbishy YouTube video.

  39. Oh, did MRAL finally figure out proxies? Congratulations MRAL. You learned something. It may help if you stick to one location though.

  40. cloudiah does xtranormal! whoo!

  41. Sounds like MRAL has some serious personal issues to sort through. Most lame trolls do. Remember, feminism might make the world a better place, but only you can make yourself a better place for the world.

  42. Goddamn it, MRAL and Brandon (and that’s definitely him, between the videos and the “I’m not on either side” bullshit, all that’s missing is “Ya”) in the same thread?

    Well, I guess we brought this on ourselves. After all, some of us responded to the Feministe thread they were posting in, so that means they have to come back in spite of being banned, right?

  43. Oh yes. As a male feminist, I have been treated ABOMINABLY. Like, I hang on Manboobz for the masochism. You guys just whack me with sticks like I’m a big ol’ pinata, ain’t that right, folks?

    I only PRETEND to be gay and married so I can get into feminists’ pants! TRUFAX. In the forum, y’all’re tossing your bloomers at me constantly!

    Actually, I became a feminist because its philosophy allowed me to improve my life, overcome abuse, and realize that people who told me I couldn’t be a man because I wasn’t butch enough were full of shit. I actually CAN name people IDing as feminists doing horrible shit, and songs worse than The Hatred of Women, but recognize they’re fringe people I want jack all to do with.

    Also, they seem to think the MRM would be soooo much nicer to me… when Anthony Zarat his own self in full recruitment mode flat out admitted that they had nothing to offer me, because I didn’t fit their ridiculously narrow view of “good men.”

  44. I love the image in the video juxtaposed with the song. The MRAs have explained before why they blame women for things like wars, and building dangerous skyscrapers, right? How many women were in the governments of the Allied and Central powers during World War I? How many women were among the financiers of the skyscraper those men were working on?

    Someday these guys will get real, right?

  45. @LBT/Rogan, We appreciate you hanging out, so that we can get in our required hours of beating men with sticks to get our feminist badge.

    @David, thanks, it was my first xtranormal effort (probably obvious).

  46. It’s a well known fact that feminists judge people on their being a woman, which is why Ruby is much more appreciated here than Pecunium.

    And we only dislike NWO, DKM, B___n, MRAL and the other because of their maleness.

  47. Wow! Impressive – so since they hate women so much I guess they are now gay! Yay! New supporters of gay marriage! Now they can get their male partner to clean their toilets, mop their floors, cook their meals, do their dishes, wash their clothes, etc – AND best of all – take care of all of their sexual needs!

  48. In an earlier post I stated feminists examine gender collectively and often ignore individuality.

    “Feminists limiting individual choices for women”

    http://www.courierpostonline.com/article/20120414/OPINION02/304140005/Feminists-limiting-individual-choices-women

  49. He’s back…

  50. I hadn’t realized that feminists were preventing all women from being incredibly wealthy, thus giving them the choice to not work outside the home. Blasteroid, can you expand a little upon the mechanism feminists are using to prevent me from becoming a multi-millionaire?

  51. Please explain us why the words of Hilary Rosen should be taken as representative of feminism. Is she even a feminist? Is she our leader?

  52. Or are we stopping multi-millionaire women to be housewives? It’s all so complicated, straw feminism…

  53. Oh, look, it’s Blasteroid back and being as boring as he was before. Oh, look, he posted a link to an opinion piece which does not cite any evidence to support the notion that feminism eschews individual choice, but instead takes it as a given. Is this supposed to be interesting discussion or something? Rosen’s comment was clearly a jab at the Romneys’ wealth, and extrapolating to all of feminism from a statement denigrating a political figure’s wife in the freaking election year is stupid.

    Anyway, I find the reaction to Rosen’s comments to be quite ironic, given Mitt Romney’s own past statements vis-a-vis mothers and work:

    http://www.feministe.us/blog/archives/2012/04/15/motherhood-is-the-most-important-job-in-the-world-unless-you-are-poor/

  54. For those that don’t read Feministe, there’s good discussions going on there about this

  55. ninjaed *daps Tulgey*

  56. >Most women are poor
    >”A rich woman does not know the struggles of most women”
    >ZOMG ANTI-HOUSE WIFE

    Not that it matters, but the ‘house wife’ is really only possible for the upper half of the middle class and the rich, and this has historically been the case; even at their most oppressed, women have contributed phenomenal amounts of labor, and not just of the unpaid variety that society disdains.

  57. @Rutee

    I’m not sure if there’re a statistically significant amount, but I know a lot of immigrant housewives with husbands that work two or three jobs, for the sole reason that they won’t earn enough to cover childcare if they work.

  58. Are you sure they actually do nothing to provide income (Aside from traditional cost-cutting measures like comparative shopping)? There’s been an increase in the modern era in working from home again. Similarly, women in the British industrial revolution didn’t necessarily have to leave the house to contribute income (in the form of piecework knitting), and they’re far from alone on this matter.

  59. In an earlier post I stated feminists examine gender collectively and often ignore individuality.

    That’s because when taken to an extreme, “individuality” can be used as an excuse to ignore every kind of bias.

    “Sure, she didn’t get promoted, but maybe her individual performance just wasn’t as good as the guy who did.”
    “Okay, she didn’t get promoted either, but maybe she individually didn’t fit into the company culture.”
    …Rinse and repeat until all your managers are men and all your low-level clerks are women, but it’s not bias, it’s just a bunch of individual happenstances!

  60. @Rutee

    I would say it’s like a 70-30 split in favour of taking care of the house only, vs doing crafts or catering as well. But, like I said, don’t know if there’re a statistically significant amount, and I wouldn’t be surprised if there weren’t. There’s also the fact that, of the women who are focused solely on taking care of the home, most of them have larger families and/or two or more babies/infants to take care of, or elderly people to care for.

  61. Please explain us why the words of Hilary Rosen should be taken as representative of feminism. Is she even a feminist? Is she our leader?

    Did you not receive the memo? Here’s a copy:

    MEMORANDUM
    TO: The Feminist Hive Mind
    FROM: Boob King Futrelle
    RE: New Feminist Leader

    Please swear fealty to our new feminist leader, Hilary Rosen. She speaks for feminism. Whatever she says, repeat word-for-word with our patented glassy femi-stare.

    CC: Zombie Betty Friedan, Zombie Valerie Solanis, Zombie Andrea Dworkin, the country of Sweden

  62. @ Tulgey Logger — I didn’t post that link because I support Romney. I’ll probably vote for Obama again. I just think feminists often create a rigid doctrine of how women should achieve success. For example, collegiate STEM programs. Its no secret men make up a higher percentage of these students and as a result, there’s a conscience effort by the AAUW to increase female enrollment. I have no problem with that, unless it means forcing women into professions they really don’t want just for the sake of achieving equal outcomes. .

  63. I have no problem with that, unless it means forcing women into professions they really don’t want just for the sake of achieving equal outcomes.

    Blasteroid, how exactly do you think feminists would do this? Prevent women from enrolling in other programs? Drag women out of the workforce and force them into post-secondary?

  64. @Blasteroid, Again, could you please explain the exact mechanism by which feminists are “forcing women into professions they really don’t want just for the sake of achieving equal outcomes. .” Do we pick them up off the street and enroll them in college, chaining them to desks in the various STEM departments to make sure they don’t take any humanities classes? Or is it possible, maybe, that women have free will and are smart enough to make their own decisions about what they want to learn, and what professions they want to work in, given the same opportunities and support as men?

  65. Ninja’d by Viscaria. [shakes fists at sky] :-)

  66. Steven Strauss

    When I meet a man who does not treat women as equals my first suspicion is that he never bonded with humans, period. Only rarely have I been mistaken, because now and then it means he’s SO into men it’s not funny. Either way, they make for appalling company.

  67. I was personally involved in an effort to increase female enrollment in STEM!

    It consisted of an event (on the weekend, voluntarily attended) for teenage girls to meet women who worked in the sciences. The women gave little presentations on their jobs but generally tried to make it interactive and playful–the woman who was an aircraft engineer held a model-airplane contest, the woman who worked for a biotech company let all the girls practice using a new type of surgical tool on a mannequin, and so forth.

    I attended as a student when I was younger and volunteered doing setup and cleanup one year when I was in college. It was a lot of fun, and the all-female atmosphere helped teenage girls have fun just completely nerding out without having to worry that being nerdy would be “intimidating” or “unsexy” or whatever to boys.

    (My only regret is that there wasn’t much effort to get lower-income girls involved; the event was free and bus-accessible, but the nature of a “come spend your weekend having fun with science!” event still skews toward girls with rich-kid levels of free time and accommodating families.)

    Still, it definitely had nothing to do with forcing anyone into equal outcomes. It was all about getting girls enthusiastic about science, not giving them an unfair advantage or making them do anything they didn’t want to.

  68. @ Viscaria —

    The AAUW wants to implement Title IX to increase the number of women in STEM programs. This is essentially a quota program by the government to socially engineer women. Ideally, they hope women who are not going to college will start taking math and science courses but in reality women would be diverted from attaining degrees in areas such as social work and teaching.

  69. Ideally, they hope women who are not going to college will start taking math and science courses but in reality women would be diverted from attaining degrees in areas such as social work and teaching.

    Because those are REALLY the only two areas women can excel in, amirite?

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