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“Artisty Against Misandry” fights bigotry by declaring women to be “tapeworm parasites.” [UPDATED with more awful shit]

Many of those in the manosphere wear their misogyny like a badge of honor. Others like to present themselves as fierce opponents of bigotry, and angrily deny the charges of misogyny thrown their way. When the Southern Poverty Law Center ran an article noting the misogyny often found on A Voice for Men, for example, site founder Paul Elam responded with great indignation in an open letter to the group:

Yesterday I received the unfortunate news that your organization … listed my website, avoiceformen.com, among others, as misogynistic, or “woman-hating. … Contrary to what readers of your site may be led to believe, the goals of SPLC and AVfM are quite similar: We both work to identify groups who seek to oppress others, and inform the public of the inequities they would perpetuate.

This seems a strange argument for the man whose handle on YouTube is “The Happy Misogynist,” and who regularly writes posts filled with hair-curling hatred of women. It seems even stranger when you consider AVFM’s support of a site that frankly peddles hate – against women, “manginas,” gay men, lesbian, and trans folk.

I’m talking about the misleadingly named Artistry Against Misandry site. AAM and AVFM seem almost joined at the hip. AAM’s founder, musician Jade Michael, wrote and performed the theme song currently used on AVFM’s internet “radio show.” AVFM has returned the favor, promoting the site and helping raise money for it. Indeed, several days ago Elam himself proudly announced that he’d sent along $100 of his own money to help Michael fund an upcoming event.

The site describes itself as follows:

Welcome to the first pro-male artist activist network.  Within these pages you will find music, poetry, prose, graphics, cartoons and additional links, all of which are here to bring attention to and counter misandry in Western society.

In practice, this means saying the worst shit about women you can possibly imagine. Oh, the “artists” also say terrible things about men who don’t hate women with fervor — you may recall the ridiculous caricature of me as a self-flagellating, woman-worshipping “mangina” at the end of this post from a couple of days ago.

But the “artists” whose work is featured on the site focus most of their venom on women. Let’s take a look at several graphics from Reality, one of the site’s most prolific contributors.

Yep, that’s right: “western women” are “the new tapeworm parasites.” Here are a couple more.

There are (literally) forty more where those came from, and they’re pretty much all as nasty and hateful as the ones I’ve featured here. I suggest you visit AAM’s graphic art page and scroll through the rest of Reality’s wares.

If you don’t have the patience for that, and since the app they use on AAM to display Reality’s artwork is a piece of crap, I’m just going to highlight some more of his clever anti-misandry slogans here in text form:

Women actually expect you to act like a traditional male. While they live like psychotic  whores. Keep dreaming, bitch!

Guys, do you really want to know what she’s thinking? 100% pure shit.

[Picture of women pointing at the camera.] We get everything and do nothing for it. Now get back to work slave.. we can put you in jail or bankrupt you with just a pointed finger.

Remember, when a woman tells you she’s tired it’s the only time she’s actually telling you the truth because…being a raging petty psychotic bitch…while being virtually retarded…while having endless banal thoughts she considers “genius…” while making insane and constant ultimatums…IS absolutely EXHAUSTING!!

Meanwhile, an artist calling himself “Andy Man” declares in a graphic of his own:

This is the sort of “artistry” that A Voice for Men is actively supporting.

And they wonder why some might consider them part of a hate movement?

Artistry Against Misandry also features music, videos, and even poetry, all of it awful, in every sense of the word. I will take a look at some of this in future posts.

EDIT: I added one more Reality graphic and a bunch of his slogans in text form.

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Posted on May 27, 2012, in $MONEY$, a voice for men, antifeminism, artistry, disgusting women, evil women, homophobia, hypocrisy, lying liars, manginas, marriage strike, men who should not ever be with women ever, misandry, misogyny, MRA, oppressed men, paul elam, the poster revolution has begun. Bookmark the permalink. 223 Comments.

  1. “Their ideal woman is a robot that cooks, cleans, and has a functioning pussy.”

    And if I was a straight man, I would want those qualities in a woman im dating (besides the whole robot thing). But since Im not, I just expect those things plus a working dick instead of a pussy.

    “But…. that would require men do something That’s misandry.”

    I guess creating stupid posters could be classified as “something”. My deal with it is that it is highly reactive. They need to be more proactive about finding a woman they want to date. If they don’t like obese women, then don’t try and date them. If they want to date black girls then they should talk and flirt with more black girls. The onus is on them to find and filter women they deem datable.

    The same works for being gay. I have to filter through all the men I do and don’t want to date…but you don’t see me making posters calling for more gay men to behave the way I want them too.

    Instead of being a dickhead about it, just skip over to the next girl and see if she has the qualities you want. If you can’t find a girl with the qualities you want…then just do what a lot of gay men do. Have non-committal sex instead.

  2. Shit, I got that backwards, she thinks being killed is led bad than being raped again.

    That’s why she bought a house in EPA, not Berkeley.

    As to the murder… it was sad, but not scary. Some of that is my having been in the army, and part of is that to get killed generally requires having someone interested in killing you. The odds of a random killing are less than that for “stranger rape”.

  3. Argenti Aertheri

    Pecunium — seriously delayed response here, but I thought “but she thinks being killed is worse than being raped again.” was pretty clear — I was agreeing with you on the odds, and noting that it’s mentally easier to defend against an assault on your life than a rape that may, or may not, turn violent. There’s no “maybe I can get out of this without getting seriously hurt, and wtf is my lover fucking thinking?!” with murder.

    “As to the murder… it was sad, but not scary. Some of that is my having been in the army” — Maybe? My experiences with death is limited to old age, cancer, and suicide, so maybe my “holy shit” was a bit an overreaction? Probably also a good dose of “I’d fell threatened by that, logical or not” (of course, car doors in the parking lot next door make me jump, so take that with salt)

  4. Hey, Jade Michael has responded, sort of, to this post:

    http://www.avoiceformen.com/misandry/devil-with-the-red-pill-on/

    Well, not so much responded as tried to talk around the misogyny on his site. I merely skimmed the post, but it looks like he doesn’t specifically defend or even try to explain away any of the specific “posters” I criticized on his site. Probably because it’s hard to claim with a straight face that:

    Remember, when a woman tells you she’s tired it’s the only time she’s actually telling you the truth because…being a raging petty psychotic bitch…while being virtually retarded…while having endless banal thoughts she considers “genius…” while making insane and constant ultimatums…IS absolutely EXHAUSTING!!

    Is anything other than the raving misogyny that it is.

    Instead he compares what he’s got on his site to a t-shirt a gay friend of his once wore that read:

    “ditch the bitch and make the switch”. Neither he, nor I ever once heard anything about the manufacturer or retailer of the shirt being accused of misogyny. But the MRM’s critics should, by their standards, decry the shirt as promoting “hate” towards women, right?

    Well, there’s really not question that a shirt like that is misogynist, and a pretty douchey thing for anyone to wear. But at least it’s concise, and it rhymes. If the guy owned one such shirt? Not the end of the world, though I might not invite him to many parties. But if he wore nothing but shirts like that, and spent a good deal of his time on websites devoted to slagging on women, I’d have to say that, yeah, he’s a hateful misogynistic asshole.

  5. Argenti: The shots weren’t fired at us. There wasn’t any sense that it was likely to resume.

    I did see some things which were, “interesting” in a technical sense (I didn’t go outside, but I did observe the street; and yes, I did get a weapon) but it was people who thought they might be targets.

    The story seems to be the folks next door were running a gaming operation of some sort. A kid down the block had a run of luck and some other people decided to shoot him and take the money.

    Stupid; because it wasn’t all that much money, and there was no way they were going to get away with it (it wasn’t enough money to get away; certainly not enough to disappear; it was a couple of thousand bucks).

  6. About the earlier post about what women in England did during WWII, American women were doing the same things. My mother and my aunts and their friends were working in defense plants making aircraft, teaching long hours (most of the male high school teachers had been drafted), working the family farm, keeping the US going and making the things the men at the front needed. And, of course, waiting for their husbands, brothers, sons,boyfriends, to come home, probably in a coffin. (Pure snark) Yea,it was soooo easy being a pampered woman staying home while the men fought.

  7. Argenti Aertheri

    Pecunium — yeah, that sounds like a whole lot of stupidity.

  8. Crumbelievable

    Well, not so much responded as tried to talk around the misogyny on his site. I merely skimmed the post, but it looks like he doesn’t specifically defend or even try to explain away any of the specific “posters” I criticized on his site.

    Jade rambles for a while about the moral panic over Satanism in rock music in the 80’s, and then…somehow this turns into a discussion of how the cries of misogyny over the MRM are similarly baseless. I think? Like most AVFM articles, the whole thing is in dire need of an editor.

    He only makes a reference to the web art as being “angry”, as if that was the problem with it.

  9. Abortion is horrible.
    Forced parenthood is horrible.
    Wtf?

  10. You’ll be happy to know AAM has been taken down.

    I wasn’t a fan of the site myself, though JM has made some good music.

  11. Happy? I’m heartbroken! I LOVED AAM!

  12. Abortion is horrible.
    Forced parenthood is horrible.
    Wtf?

    I couldn’t have said it better myself, Word Salad Dude.

  13. You really think JM made good music? What other music do you like?

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