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Today’s completely true totally not-made-up story of Feminazi misandering from the Men’s Rights subreddit

Totally real high school teacher

Totally real high school teacher

Ok, folks, brace yourself, because this story of anti-male oppression is tough to read. Not because it’s badly written and completely implausible — no, no, not that — but because it reveals the evil workings of the feminazi oppressors at their most vicious: when they are targeting high school juniors for no other reason than because they are walking down the hallway too close to FEMALES involved in the annual Eating of the Fetuses Women’s Mentor Day, during which the school’s FEMALES are given inspiring talks and free lunch and gift certificates for, I dunno, let’s just assume they’re for some of those “Boys are Stupid, Throw Rocks at Them” t-shirts.

Anyway, so it’s Women’s Mentor Day, and young Zorfsic is going about his business:

I was walking to my 4th hour class that just so happen to stray near the Women’s Mentor Meeting. Thinking to myself “That time of the mont… I mean year, again!”. When all of a sudden a woman who does not work at the school grabs me by the arm and throws me onto the stairs as if she wanted me to sit. “What are you doing here! This is for females only! That mean girls, if you aren’t smart enough to catch on!”. My friend and my girlfriend came to me and as he planned it for year my buddy yells “Back off! This young man has nothing to do with you Feminist Nazi camp! He was just walk to his class!”. She grabbed him and took him to the office. My girlfriend was trying to help me up but another woman told her to stop and said “Let him do it. He doesn’t deserve your help.” and at that moment the schools security came to take me to the office. After explaining what happened me and my friend got suspended for trying to “stop a school planned event” that we tried to stay away from.

I cannot believe how completely true this story is. I don’t think I’ve ever read anything more true than this. It’s true SO HARD I had to put the especially true parts in bold. Apparently a good number of Men’s Rights Redditors agreed, as the post got more than a dozen upvotes, and poor misandried Zorfsic got mostly supportive comments from the crowd.

Granted, one dude — who was quick to point out that he totally thought the story was true — did suggest that Zorfsic might possibly consider trying to improve his writing ability, given that his post was “written with some level of theatrics and could easily be posted on an anti-MRM website to discredit what MRA s work for.” But, you know, every true prophet has his naysayers.

Note: I found this story through a post in the AntiMensRights subreddit. Amazingly, some of the people there doubt its veracity. Or at least they’re pretending that they do.

Note 2: In case any MRAs come by and get mad, yes, I Googled it, there actually is such a thing as Women’s Mentor Day, which is an annual event at one Arizona High School, and, yes, girls do get free lunches and gift bags. It’s the rest of the story that seems a tad made-the-fuck-up.

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Posted on March 18, 2014, in antifeminism, evil women, female beep boop, I'm totally being sarcastic, lying liars, men who should not ever be with women ever, misogyny, MRA, oppressed men, reddit, shit that never happened, straw feminists and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 147 Comments.

  1. I think the benefits of adult cats is that there personalities are fairly well set and obvious, though kittens have personalities too. (There was one litter I met at the shelter that loved playing with string toys but would run away when I tried to pet them/pick them up. Pan and his sisters loved getting picked up, and Pan would stare at me from his cage.) I was considering finding a bonded pair of adult cats before I fell in love with my babies.

    I wonder if it is easier for adult cats to accept a new kitten into the home than a fully grown adult cat, though. I know my parents’ cats, who were introduced as adults, don’t really like each other much.

  2. cassandrakitty

    I believe the general rule is that a kitten of the opposite sex tends to be accepted most easily.

  3. the “like he planned all year” bit was what got me the most. He was just waiting for the moment when he could call someone a feminazi. Watching and plotting. And boy did he tell her!

  4. @jessay, and if our narrator knew that “he planned all year””, that means the narrator & his friend sat around, talking about what he planned to say. For a whole year. And still, that was the best put-down they could come up with. So sad.

  5. They were worried about Clark (yes, I named my cat after Superman) because he was found dumped by the side of the road, but he’s been unfailingly sweet and friendly. I actually even have a leash for his harness and sometimes I’ll take him for a walk down to the park, which is always amusing, and generally ends up with him being carried quite a bit, but he loves to be out and about. :)

  6. cassandrakitty

    My old cat used to try to play with the dogs at the park. It seemed to confuse them.

  7. When I was a wee singlet, the neighbors cat adored us more than his actual owners, to the point that he would come when he was called, follow us everywhere, and treat us as his human taxi service. (Note that since we didn’t know his name for a while, we had our own name for him, and that was the name he responded to.)

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