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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. Blasteroid – How do you figure that “diversion” would work? A woman goes to the registrar with a sheet full of English courses and the registrar says “nope, we need 100 female engineering majors this year, tough luck”?

  2. @Blasteroid (a) Citation needed and (b) please explain the mechanism by which women “would be diverted from attaining degrees in areas such as social work and teaching.” Threats? Force? Blackmail? Or would it be more like Holly describes above, which sounds fun. (Paper airplanes! Surgery on mannequins!)

  3. I should point out Social Work is an underpaid and under-appreciated profession. I should know, that’s what I’m studying.

  4. Girls in high school might be pressured or dare I say manipulated into taking these male dominated majors for the sake of equal outcomes.

  5. Also, I might have forgotten how this works since I’ve been out of college, but I don’t think you can get a science degree WITHOUT taking science courses.

  6. Manipulated? Dare you say how?

  7. Girls in high school might be pressured or dare I say manipulated into taking these male dominated majors for the sake of equal outcomes.

    Ah, it all becomes clearer now… but don’t you realize that to make this claim you’re already *assuming* hardly any girls will be interested in science?

  8. Blasteroid, or Brandon, or whoever: citation needed.

    And really, you’re going to sit there and say girls aren’t already manipulated into teaching and softer sciences? Get real.

  9. We don’t push boys into female dominated professions. Our schools let them decide. We owe girls the same courtesy.

  10. Blockquote fail! Obviously, the bit starting “Ah, it all becomes clearer now…” was me. XD

    Blasteroid, I was an English major who sucked at math despite my best efforts, but I sure wish I’d paid more attention to technology when I was growing up. Quite a few of my male peers were interested in it, but I constantly felt excluded from their groups and it was only in my 20s that I was able to find the confidence and resources to start teaching myself this stuff.

  11. We don’t push boys into female dominated professions.

    Cuz if a guy wants to work in theater or dance, no one ever makes “gay!” jokes or calls him weird or effeminate. Right?

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

    Me too! Or more precisely, an effort to get more women into my engineering school. Though it wasn’t much by choice, it was mandatory. The boys did interviews of the girls in language class, and the video was then showed in an event to promote gender equality in general.

    I’ve heard that women were stealing men place in STEM trough affirmative action, but that they were forced?? That’s a first. Which is not bad in itself, originality is rare among trolls. But come on, you can’t be that stupid. Yes, technically, more women in STEM means less women somewhere else, but opening new opportunities for a person is the opposite of oppression. Shouldn’t offer construction toys to kids because it slightly decreases the odd they’ll be a teacher???

    cloudiah: thanks, I must have missed it. You’ll notice the troll didn’t answer this point.

  13. Blasteroid, how did you decide you wanted to go into social work? Have you gotten any negative feedback from your male peers when they heard what you were studying?

  14. Actually, scratch that. Have you gotten any feedback from anyone of either gender, and what did they say?

  15. Women often make life choices that focus more on interpersonal communication. STEM fields can be somewhat isolated.

  16. Man, this one moves goalposts like a fucking champ!

    And by “this one,” I mean B_____n. Nice outfit, though.

    Girls in high school might be pressured or dare I say manipulated into taking these male dominated majors for the sake of equal outcomes.

    Spoken like a true white knight mangina.* Dude, high school students get pressured into all kinds of educational choices now: Whether to go to college, which university to attend, etc. That your concern arises only when the result is more women in male-dominated (better-paying) fields kinda says something.

    *Not that those words actually mean anything.

  17. Women often make life choices that focus more on interpersonal communication. STEM fields can be somewhat isolated.

    Awww, Blasteroid just wants to save women from a life of loneliness!

    Dude, do you know any writers? We’re not exactly a social bunch.

  18. Women often make life choices that focus more on interpersonal communication.

    Whatever gave you that idea?

  19. Holly, that must be one of the worst – or is it the best? – conspiracy theory I’ve ever heard! We’re manipulating young women to go to STEM by letting them know they will have well paid jobs.

    You do realize more than a few male student is influenced by his factor when choosing a career in STEM? I know, I’m there And I’m not a man, but I know quite a few, and they’re not doing it just for the love of Science.
    And women are still free to chose other paths. In fact, mos of societies pushes down these path.

  20. @ Molly Ren — Good question. I haven’t gotten much negative feedback but some of my male friends wonder why I would choose a profession that doesn’t pay very well.

  21. holly => holy crap. That’s a very weird mistake.

  22. 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.

    Was it Expanding Your Horizons? Because it is cool and awesome and my high school did it too.

  23. Why is the profession I’m studying predominantly female? Female / Male biological differences must be a factor. Just a thought. (Notice how I put female before male, I know feminists like that :)

  24. http://www.aauw.org/learn/research/upload/whysofew.pdf

    Women are already being diverted from STEM; complaining about women being “forced” and “manipulated” into STEM when they are already being manipulated out of STEM is ridiculous.

  25. We don’t push boys into female dominated professions. Our schools let them decide. We owe girls the same courtesy.

    1. Female-dominated professions tend to be lower-paid. Usually when well-meaninged people “push” students into professions, it’s because those people want those students to find a career in which they can be self-sufficient or even financially successful.

    2. There are societies and scholarships for men in nursing — one of the better-paid jobs traditionally held by women.

    3. Do you think that boys and girls currently get any guidance or incentives to make the choices they make, whether financially, socially, or culturally? Is this a bad thing? Is it worse than a plan to make STEM classes more appealing to girls, and if no, why?

  26. How do I put a picture next to my username??

  27. Why is the profession I’m studying predominantly female? Female / Male biological differences must be a factor. Just a thought. (Notice how I put female before male, I know feminists like that :)

    How does this comment fail? Let me count the ways…
    EXCEPTION:INTEGER_OVERFLOW

  28. Why is the profession I’m studying predominantly female? Female / Male biological differences must be a factor. Just a thought.

    OMG, Blasteriod, this is only the most common argument trolls make on here EVER! We never could have thought of this ourselves!

    Also, didn’t you just call yourself a mutant?

  29. Women often make life choices that focus more on interpersonal communication. STEM fields can be somewhat isolated.

    And yet feminism’s main flaw is that it views people as groups, not as individuals.

  30. Katz – It was Expanding Your Horizons!

    Why is the profession I’m studying predominantly female? Female / Male biological differences must be a factor.

    Right, like how women used to not be biologically suited to vote, but then in 1920, our biology changed.

    Seriously, why is your first thought “biology!” on everything? It seems like some trolls live in this whole parallel universe where there’s no such thing as society or history or external pressures. Everyone just gets born with infinite opportunities and takes whichever ones their biology and personal decisions steer them towards.

  31. How do I put a picture next to my username??

    Dunno, my ladybrain can’t figure it out.

  32. @ bee goes buzz — One barrier that still exists for girls regarding STEM fields is the perception there not as capable. This is a legitimate problem. Math and science is still seen as a male field and we need to get past that. That means equal opportunity and encouragement. However, once thats achieved any gender disparity within those fields should be seen as choice and not entirely based on discrimination.

  33. Why is the profession I’m studying predominantly female?

    Society conditionement, gender roles, or in your words, people being manipulated.

    Female / Male biological differences must be a factor.

    A possible answer was “could be a factor”, though extremely hard to prove (ask Ruby). “Must be a factor” is simply wrong.

    Just a thought.

    Just a terrible thought.

    (Notice how I put female before male, I know feminists like that :)

    You know what feminists likes? To cut the crap about the essentialist bs.

  34. Click on people pictures, you’ll see.

  35. It seems like some trolls live in this whole parallel universe where there’s no such thing as society or history or external pressures.

    Except when they force women in STEM. Which is was we’re so numerous there.

  36. One barrier that still exists for girls regarding STEM fields is the perception there not as capable. This is a legitimate problem.

    Dude, you’re the one who said women were biologically unsuited for it.

  37. However, once thats achieved any gender disparity within those fields should be seen as choice and not entirely based on discrimination.

    We’re far from it. And you’re part of the problem.

  38. One barrier that still exists for girls regarding STEM fields is the perception there not as capable. This is a legitimate problem. Math and science is still seen as a male field and we need to get past that. That means equal opportunity and encouragement. However, once thats achieved any gender disparity within those fields should be seen as choice and not entirely based on discrimination.

    So, there are two problems for women entering STEM fields that you admit exist: (1) perception of lesser ability, and (2) perception that STEM is a men’s club. And you see that there is not, currently, equal opportunity and encouragement for women to enter these fields. But you take issue that a group is doing something about those problems, because that is “manipulation,” and you think that girls should be allowed to “choose” (i.e., enter these fields despite these two problems that you’ve identified) STEM without anyone’s assistance.

    Do you see how those two things you’ve admitted to believing don’t really work together? Even on their face?

  39. So, basically, Blasteroid is worried that feminism might subtly influence hypothetical women to go into STEM fields, only to later realize STEM wasn’t right for them?
    Is this supposed to bring about the apocalypse or something? OMG, somebody switching majors or changing career course! Absolutely unheard of!

  40. Something big that shouldn’t be left out of any discussion on women’s careers: BABIES!

    The reason many careers are “women’s fields” is not because they appeal to our womanly womaning instincts, but because they have flexible hours that allow us to get off in time to pick up the kids from school/daycare, or work only when our partner/parent/nanny is able to be home with the kids. We sacrifice pay and advancement opportunities for those flexible hours.

    The vast majority of men, on the other hand, live with the expectation that if they have children, the mother will care for them. So a father can work 70-hour weeks when a mother simply can’t. And there’s nothing biological about this; it’s a purely social expectation that fathering is optional and mothering is mandatory.

    Even women who don’t have children pay for this, because of the fear that we might become pregnant and thus unable to make work our first priority for the next 18-years-per-kid.

  41. Female / Male biological differences must be a factor.

    Because western society has no social influences, and of course our results are the 100% ‘natural’ ones (but other societies that turn out different are just indoctrinating their people)

  42. Instead of dwelling on the lack of women in STEM fields, why not celebrate the fact that women make up the almost 60% of college students? Isn’t that a good thing?. Stop and smell the roses.

  43. Actually, it’s symptomatic of the fact that women need more education to get paid the same as dudes (And they don’t always manage). I’d rather we stop the bullshit bias.

  44. Instead of dwelling on the lack of women in STEM fields, why not celebrate the fact that women make up the almost 60% of college students? Isn’t that a good thing?. Stop and smell the roses.

    Hey, why not celebrate the fact that men can get work in the trades that gets them decent pay straight out of high school?

    Smell those fuckin’ roses.

  45. Stop and smell the roses… ugh, next he’ll tell us to stop worrying our pretty little heads.

    I wsh this one would fuck off.

  46. I haven’t mentioned MRA absurdity in a while. They complain about the college enrollment disparity yet I believe the difference is based upon a mans option of attaining good paying jobs in construction and transportation.

  47. @ hellkell — Am I that bad?

  48. Stop and smell the roses.

    You were the one freaking out that women might get encouraged to enter STEM fields. Perhaps you should be the one who tries looking at the positive side.

  49. @ Holly Pervocracy — Some of that is based on the physical strength disparity — something I don’t have! My father is a union brick layer. I worked with him last summer and could not physically handle it.

  50. Blasteroid, you are trite, boring, solipsistic, unoriginal, and more than a little dim.

  51. Blasteroid – So you’re a man who doesn’t fit the image of a physically strong man going into a manly field, but somehow you think you’re a super-rare exception?

  52. @ katz — Freaking out? Female mathematicians and scientists don’t intimate me. I hope a woman finds the cure for cancer.

  53. spelling sucks — ‘Intimidate’

  54. I hope a person finds the cure for cancer.

    You seem to be severely misunderstanding the sort of things feminists want to hear.

  55. Female mathematicians and scientists don’t intimate me.

    I’m sure they don’t.

  56. @ haskell — If I’m boring, why do you continue to respond to my posts???

  57. Well, also cancer isn’t one disease but many barely-related ones, so it’s not likely there’ll be one cure, and it’s very unlikely that one person will find it.

    I hope a team including women finds the cure for a major type of cancer. :p

  58. I like this site. Can I stay?

  59. Brandon, don’t you have a RealDoll to attend to? I’m sure she needs a spanking.

  60. They complain about the college enrollment disparity yet I believe the difference is based upon a mans option of attaining good paying jobs in construction and transportation.

    I notice you’re not chalking that one up to biological differences.

  61. Instead of dwelling on the lack of women in STEM fields, why not celebrate the fact that women make up the almost 60% of college students? Isn’t that a good thing?. Stop and smell the roses.

    Yes, we should stop dwelling on correcting your tired fucking baseless points, each time you move the goalposts. What was it you wanted to talk about again? Was it how boys are harmed by a feminist agenda as described in “I’m a Boy”? Or how feminists are lazy thinkers, as in “Dogma”? Or wait — was it how you basically disagree with both the MRM and feminism, because both ascribe to methods of “communal blame,” even though you’re kind of at a loss as to how feminists do this? Maybe you’d like to talk about certain problems you’ve detected in the NOW website?

    Ugh. At least when you were B____n, all your goalpost-shiftin’ was along the well-trod spectrum of B___n-related topics.

  62. @ haskell — If I’m boring, why do you continue to respond to my posts???

    Oh, no! you got me! I fall before your logic.

    Actually, I respond because I have an advanced case of “someone’s being dumb, let’s bat it around” itis.

  63. @ Holly Pervocracy — I’m not a clairvoyant, I have no idea what you want to hear.

  64. My father is a union brick layer. I worked with him last summer and could not physically handle it.

    Did he show you porn and get you drunk afterwards?

  65. We need a sequel to the Brandon challenge: The boring challenge. Anyone as tedious as this has to be interesting or has to go away forever.

    Do I need to get my paint drying videos out again?

  66. No one was dwelling on the lack of women in STEM until you brought it up, dude, and you did so in an attempt to argue that women are being pushed into those fields.

    I hope whatever field you’re studying for doesn’t require very much logic, or argumentative skills.

  67. Actually, it’s symptomatic of the fact that women need more education to get paid the same as dudes (And they don’t always manage). I’d rather we stop the bullshit bias.

    Nope.

    http://www.boston.com/business/articles/2010/10/24/for_young_urban_professionals_at_least_a_pay_gap_in_reverse/

  68. @ hellkell — Dumb people should have equal rights. I’m going to petition the Obama administration to enact the ‘Idiot Rights Amendment’.

  69. Did he show you porn and get you drunk afterwards?

    Nicely done.

    I thought his father was a lawyer.

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