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David K. Meller on women getting cancer: “HA HA HA HA HA…LOL!”

Not reallly the appropriate response to someone else getting cancer.

Those of you who aren’t regular readers of the comments here may not appreciate the true genius of David K. Meller, an excitable and exclamation-point-loving MRA I’ve mentioned once or twice in my posts, but who shows up in the comments here with some regularity – ending each comment with his trademark “PEACE AND FREEDOM!!”

Mr. Meller is a great lover (not physically) of men:

Men, by and large, are a wonderful sex! We are more intelligent than women, more creative, at least in the areas outside the home. We are, also, as a rule, physically stronger as well …

He claims to love women, too – though not feminists, whom he seems to consider something other than human:

Women ARE people, and often wonderful people at that! Feminists, on the other hand, AREN’T! …

Women are people, and properly raised, educated, and loved,, are beautiful, charming, and lovely!

Despite his alleged love of women – at least the non-feminist ones – he often says utterly horrible things about them. The examples are too numerous to catalogue. But let me draw your attention to one rather telling comment of his I found recently on The Spearhead.

In the midst of a discussion of Sharon Osbourne’s now notorious comments about a woman who cut off her husband’s penis, Meller offered the following musings on the subject of women and cancer. I am having trouble finding much love of women in them:

It is .. possible that the breast cancers (not to mention ovarian and vaginal cancers) have a psychosomatic aspect to their development. … The feelings of vicious sadism, brutality, and callous indifference to another’s pain in such harpies must inexorably work on the molecular, genetic, and cellular level to generate consequences! I hope that you girls find these consequences as hilarious as I do when you annoy me with your next women’s health campaign against cancer!

Maybe women don’t strictly speaking, DESERVE cancer, but it will be hard for me to stop laughing at them …

Isn’t the thought of cancer-ridden women going under the knife amusing? Isn’t thought of women losing part, or all, of a sexual organ that is precious to them FUNNY? The pain women experience when recovering from surgery (and radiation or chemo, which is almost as bad) is still less than the agony which that poor man underwent when he underwent castration at the hands of a deranged, sadistic, and vicious she-weasel (my apologies to weasels)!

[F]or every man who is abused and tortured by his woman, it almost warms my heart that the same hatred and spite characteristic of the female human(?) sets THEM up for a similar fate down the road, as that bitterness, vicious sadism, and bloodthirstiness so characteristic of those who would LAUGH AT the suffering caused by a “woman” committing such a vicious crime predisposes them toward cancer, and (I hope) a similar fate!

Karma is always there, girls, and it is a bitch!! HA HA HA HA HA…LOL!

PEACE AND FREEDOM!!

David K. Meller

That “PEACE AND FREEDOM!!!” always gets me.

This being The Spearhead, Meller’s comments garnered more than a few upvotes. Not as many as he usually gets, admittedly, but some.

At some point I will do a Best of David K. Meller post, highlighting some of his “best” comments here. He is one for the ages.

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Men's Rights Activist Lieutenant
Men's Rights Activist Lieutenant
9 years ago

That was actually a pretty good response Kirby, too bad feminists don’t make that excuse for rape jokes and domestic abuse jokes and shit, but only for The Talk.

Nobinayamu
Nobinayamu
9 years ago

Well, when you regularly compare rape to rejection, it’s hard to find the humor.

Kendra, the bionic mommy
Kendra, the bionic mommy
9 years ago

Kirby, you are right that distance from a tragedy makes it less real to people. I know I’ve seen disasters on the TV news, said, “Oh that’s awful” and then went back to my normal life without giving it much more thought. When the Joplin tornado actually happened to me and hit my own house, then it was hit home, literally and figuratively. In fact, I felt like the whole event was surreal, because it’s the type of the thing that’s supposed to happen on TV to total strangers, not something that could actually happen to me and my own family.

Since I actually saw the rubble and victims, I couldn’t just say, “That’s awful” and then shrug it off. I know Josef Stalin was a monster. However there was a kernel of truth to his quote “One death is a tragedy. A million is a statistic.” I don’t want any MRA to now think I agree with anything he did. He was a vicious murderer. It’s just that one thing he said so callously actually was somewhat true in how people respond to tragedy. If we can relate personally to it, then we feel emotions about it. If it’s too distant and happens to strangers, we don’t think too much on it. Again I repeat that Josef Stalin was evil in case anyone wants to take me out of context.

Pecunium
9 years ago

And Zarat has an apologia for the man who says that if women don’t begin to toe the line he thinks they should it will be necessary (and perhaps even regrettable) that they be eliminated, except for the few who are kept as sex slaves for the really spiffo-high ranking man in his sexbot equipped Utopia.

It was all because the woman in the show was so vile. Unlike Meller, who is just reacting to the horrors inflicted on men by those nasty women.

In short, you just defended Meller’s words.

Pecunium
9 years ago

The train track dilemma is a classic first year philosophy problem, and it’s usually put in more concrete terms. The five/one problem is rail-workers. The single guy who can save people by being tossed in front of the train is just some random passerby.

redlocker
9 years ago

“That was actually a pretty good response Kirby, too bad feminists don’t make that excuse for rape jokes and domestic abuse jokes and shit, but only for The Talk.”

So, feminists are the ones making rape/domestic abuse jokes?

Huh. Guess that means I must be hallucinating some of the programing on Spike channel…though, if that IS just a hallucination of mine, then it’s not real, so that’s cool. 😀

Men's Rights Activist Lieutenant
Men's Rights Activist Lieutenant
9 years ago

No, feminists attack Spike and Family Guy for making domestic abuse jokes, when Kirby’s logic applies to that phenomenon as well. Yet they don’t seem to care at all about The Talk’s moral transgressionz.

Anthony Zarat
9 years ago

“So, Anthony Zarat, you cannot defend Meller’s words…but then you spend 9 paragraphs defending and excusing him?”

Correct. He said the wrong thing, in a moment of anger. I have said many wrong things, in moments of anger. Things I wish I could take back.

Context matters:

1) I disagree with Mellers words in no uncertain terms.
2) I do NOT condemn him as a person.
3) I state that any person can say things that they later regret, when confronted with an emotional wrong.

Here is an example:

On the female site feministe, in response to an article entitled “Why men rape”
by Jill on 11.29.2010, here are some comments:

“… Personally I think the answer would be nuclear holocaust …”
“… I’m begining to wonder if we should just give up on this generation of men and keep them under perpetual house arrest …”
“… line up every man on the planet, sharpen a machete, and castrate them all …”
“… they’d all disappear from the face of the earth …”
” … killing all men with nuclear weapons …”

None of this is man-hate. These people read an emotional article about violence in South Africa, and responded with momentary anger at all men because of what one man had done.

People who post an emotional response to an inflammatory article are doing just that, responding. My God, if every stupid thing I ever said when angry were placed in one file, I would melt into a puddle of shame.

The mark of misandry (or misogyny) is the presence of hate speech IN AN ARTICLE. Not the response to the article.

People say all kinds of things when they are angry.

Don’t you?

redlocker
9 years ago

“No, feminists attack Spike and Family Guy for making domestic abuse jokes, when Kirby’s logic applies to that phenomenon as well. Yet they don’t seem to care at all about The Talk’s moral transgressionz.”

It’s been stated multiple times, and with links, that feminists did not like what occurred on The Talk. Men, women and feminists were offended by it.

Pecunium
9 years ago

MRAL: there is a difference between black humor in reaction to a real event, and scripted routines.

Want to see some black humor… go to a City Room, or an ER, or hang out with soldiers (for really black humor hang out with combat vets who were in theater together. You can’t imagine the jests friends of mine and I made when the Blackwater Mercs got killed/burned in Baghdad).

So yeah, the jokes being made about the guy who was mutilated, less than ideal. But they aren’t the same as, “what do you say to a woman with two black-eyes”, and the less so when someone actively decided to put it into a prepared routine.

Context matters.

Rutee
Rutee
9 years ago

“That was actually a pretty good response Kirby, too bad feminists don’t make that excuse for rape jokes and domestic abuse jokes and shit, but only for The Talk.”
Rape is reasonably commonplace, affecting one in 6 women in the USA. (https://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles/172837.pdf)

Domestic violence affects a lot of people; a quarter of all women, for example (http://www.ahrq.gov/research/domviolria/domviolria.htm).

What makes you think women castrating men is remotely common?

Men's Rights Activist Lieutenant
Men's Rights Activist Lieutenant
9 years ago

Context is, in my opinion, a feminist tool to deny the prejudices against men as “not as important”.

redlocker
9 years ago

“Here is an example:

On the female site feministe, in response to an article entitled “Why men rape”
by Jill on 11.29.2010, here are some comments:

“… Personally I think the answer would be nuclear holocaust …”
“… I’m begining to wonder if we should just give up on this generation of men and keep them under perpetual house arrest …”
“… line up every man on the planet, sharpen a machete, and castrate them all …”
“… they’d all disappear from the face of the earth …”
” … killing all men with nuclear weapons …””

No link? And this is supposed to excuse YOU saying nasty shit just because you have anger problems?

Sorry, but that is false. Even if those comments exist (Which I’m not sure they are, given that they’re quotemined and without actual links), that still doesn’t justify you lashing out at people WHO HAVE ABSOLUTELY NOTHING TO DO WITH WHAT YOU’RE ANGRY AT.

hellkell
hellkell
9 years ago

To MRAL, all rejection is castration.

BTW, pipsqueak, there was a LOT of discussion about The Talk. No one here was in favor of the way they acted.

Men's Rights Activist Lieutenant
Men's Rights Activist Lieutenant
9 years ago

Rutee yet again brings in the feminist “context” to deny the pain of men. Somehow I don’t think that guy, or any of his loved ones, care that domestic abuse and rape are “more common” than castration.

cynickal
cynickal
9 years ago

That was actually a pretty good response Kirby, too bad feminists don’t make that excuse for rape jokes and domestic abuse jokes and shit, but only for The Talk.

You know what funny? Prison Rape!
Wait… no it not.

Try again MRAL.

Pecunium
9 years ago

Zarat: Meller, in toto, isn’t reacting to a specific provocation.

He hates that women have any autonomy. Anything which supports the idea of women being less than servile dependents on a man outrages him.

Anything which makes a non-servile women suffer is something he thinks she deserves.

I would go so far as to say that any woman who isn’t adamant, and vocal, about wanting to see all women placed in a state of subjugation to men isn’t really a “real woman” to him, and so is fair game to all manner of insult, and not to be empathised with should something ill befall her.

And you are defending him, which is pretty rich, given the blood you say is on the hands of any feminist who doesn’t condemn what other feminists for advocating things you find objectionable.

redlocker
9 years ago

“Context is, in my opinion, a feminist tool to deny the prejudices against men as “not as important”.”

…Are you serious?

Firstly, when Context is discussed, it is used to put things into perspective, to ensure that one isn’t just raging at something that is likely nothing but a soundbyte or a quote mine.

Secondly, if you think Context is a “feminist tool”…then what if you discussed moments of your own pain, with detail and (that dirty word) context? Are you saying that because you don’t believe other people when they state the facts and their own experiences, that we are also free to dismiss what you say simply because you take the time to flesh it out with perspective?

Kendra, the bionic mommy
Kendra, the bionic mommy
9 years ago

Pecunium is right about context. Black humor, in the right situation, is a coping mechanism. If you’re dealing with too much emotions in a horrible situation, you can help yourself by making light of it and distancing yourself emotionally from where you are. It is a very tricky thing to know which jokes simply push the envelope and which ones go too far. If you can’t tell, I’d recommend you err on the side of caution and bite your tongue.

Men's Rights Activist Lieutenant
Men's Rights Activist Lieutenant
9 years ago

Okay, I’ll amend my statement. Context is fine. But feminists just use it as a buzzword to immediately dismiss female privilege as “not really privilege” or “benevolent sexism” and to dismiss men’s pain as “not as important” (to use one of many examples, male objectification- tell me you haven’t heard some variation on “it’s not as big of a deal because it’s an individual problem, not a systemic/societal one, unlike female objectification”).

Rutee
Rutee
9 years ago

“Rutee yet again brings in the feminist “context” to deny the pain of men. Somehow I don’t think that guy, or any of his loved ones, care that domestic abuse and rape are “more common” than castration.”
If jokes about domestic abuse and rape help excuse and promote domestic violence and rape, while jokes about castration do not help excuse and promote castration, then jokes about castration are a demonstrably smaller problem. I did not deny that it causes him less pain, and I’m really not going to say it’s fine to make castration jokes; specifically harmful or not, it just doesn’t seem okay, since it’s sexual violence. But you can not claim that it’s just as bad for feminists to ignore castration jokes if castration jokes are not actually as harmful.

Rachel
9 years ago

Personally, when I read something that angers me or get into a heated discussion with another person, I tend to say less, listen more, and think before I speak so as to prevent myself from saying something hurtful to someone I love (or care about, or don’t even know ala the interwebs), that I cannot take back. Obviously, this isn’t how everyone responds. Despite this, yes I have said things in the past which I felt horrible for later on and which were inspired in the heat of the moment.

However, I don’t defend the horrible things that I have said, nor would I want anyone else to. They were horrible and wrong, and no amount of justification makes them right.

Also, as I said, I feel bad for the horrible things that have come out of my mouth in the heat of the moment and usually try to repair the damage that I have done. I regret it. Having read many of the comments that Mr. Keller posts on this site, I would venture to guess (and it is just that, a guess) that he doesn’t regret saying these things. If he does, he is more than welcome to admit that his anger might have been misdirected or overstated…but I don’t see him doing that. Do you?

Rutee
Rutee
9 years ago

Sigh, that’s what I get for not being my own copy editor. “I did not deny that it causes him pain”. Was writing that, then was going to say “I did not say it causes him less pain”, and somehow got that much worse result.

redlocker
9 years ago

“Okay, I’ll amend my statement. Context is fine. But feminists just use it as a buzzword to immediately dismiss female privilege as “not really privilege” or “benevolent sexism” and to dismiss men’s pain as “not as important” (to use one of many examples, male objectification- tell me you haven’t heard some variation on “it’s not as big of a deal because it’s an individual problem, not a systemic/societal one, unlike female objectification”).”

Have any proof of this? And no, Rutee was not using “context” to deny pain of men in this thread.

Rutee
Rutee
9 years ago

“Okay, I’ll amend my statement. Context is fine. But feminists just use it as a buzzword to immediately dismiss female privilege as “not really privilege” or “benevolent sexism” and to dismiss men’s pain as “not as important” (to use one of many examples, male objectification- tell me you haven’t heard some variation on “it’s not as big of a deal because it’s an individual problem, not a systemic/societal one, unlike female objectification”).

It’s not female privilege that men are much less likely to be the victims of gender based violence and oppression.

Men are not the sex class. Looking at a man as a sexy person is legitimately not the same as looking as a woman as a sexy person. The common media narratives will ensure you remember that men are individuals who have their own goals, so even if that man is there for sexual objectification, he is the exception. You can’t not-know this. The same is demonstrably not true for women. You keep trying to equivocate and say two legitimately unequal problems have to be said as equal. It’s beginning to piss me off.

Anthony Zarat
9 years ago

Keep in mind that a movement like feminism (or the MRM) should be working towards positive social change.

* The WORDS of early feminists fighting for basic dignity and freedom (like MRMs today) were often filled with anger.

* The WORKS of these leaders were not.

The early feminist legislative agenda, for example, called for such radical notions as the right to vote and the right to a dignified role within the family.

Today, the feminist legislative agenda involves concepts like throwing fathers into prison for child support non payment:

http://rinow.org/legislative-agenda/2011-legislative-agenda-draft-as-of-21411/

Feminists have supported campaigns against shared custody, campaigns against the Male Studies Institute, and campaigns to keep males out of college:

http://www.glennsacks.com/now_at_40.htm
http://www.glennsacks.com/enewsletters/enews_11_28_06.htm
http://www.feministe.us/blog/archives/2010/04/14/4-ways-not-to-argue-for-male-studies/

THIS is the kind of hate that matters.

What people say when they are worked up is not relevant. It would be beneath any MRA to root around in the garbage bin of “feministe” or “feministing” message boards looking for “misandry”. Yes, I did it in my previous post (and found five calls for mass gendercide of all men in response to A SINGLE ARTICLE), but only to illustrate a point. This is not misandry, it is a group of feminist who got worked up by a well written article about a horrible event. I don’t blame them, I was worked up also.

What makes feminists into bigots is not calling for “mass castration” or “Armageddon of all men” in response to something provocative. It is the cold and calculating use of the violence of the state to subdue, repress, and dehumanize men and boys.

When an MRA wants to find misandry, we look at courts and legislatures, not posts by worked up individuals.

zombie rotten mcdonald

Somehow I don’t think that guy, or any of his loved ones, care that domestic abuse and rape are “more common” than castration.

you do realize, don’t you, that what happened to him actually IS “domestic abuse”? That the reason it isn’t called “wife-beating” any more is because feminists wanted the instances where wives abused their husbands to also be included? Do you not think ‘that guy’ and his loved ones actually CARE A HELL OF A LOT about domestic abuse at this point?

Men's Rights Activist Lieutenant
Men's Rights Activist Lieutenant
9 years ago

I don’t like providing links, it’s too much work.

zombie rotten mcdonald

I worked on building a deck all day Sunday, and my feet and knees hurt.

HOW DARE you feminists deny my pain?

zombie rotten mcdonald

The common media narratives will ensure you remember that men are individuals who have their own goals, so even if that man is there for sexual objectification, he is the exception.

Excellent current demonstration: The Republican Presidential primary.

Nobinayamu
Nobinayamu
9 years ago

Zarat, we already devoted a thread to your derail.

cynickal
cynickal
9 years ago

AZ, No seriously what about the menz?

redlocker
9 years ago

@Anthony Zarat: “Keep in mind that a movement like feminism (or the MRM) should be working towards positive social change.

* The WORDS of early feminists fighting for basic dignity and freedom (like MRMs today) were often filled with anger.

* The WORKS of these leaders were not.”

There are feminists who ARE working towards positive change.

Plus, I don’t recall Susan B. Anthony or any mainstream activist in the 1st Wave writing an equivalent of S.C.U.M. Manifesto (What would something like that look like, anyway?)

@MRAL: “I don’t like providing links, it’s too much work.”

Then don’t state generalizations about feminism without links. It’s that simple. You want to be taken seriously? You want in on the conversation? Then do the work and educate yourself before you speak.

zombie rotten mcdonald

Meller did not say those things in the heat of anger. He may certainly have been angry at the Talk episode, although I find it difficult to believe he watches it; but he wrote those words over a considerable period of time, thought about them, (maybe) edited them; and then posted them for publishing.

Anthony Zarat
9 years ago

“No link? And this is supposed to excuse YOU saying nasty shit just because you have anger problems?”

Oh my. Alll of the comments were in response to a single article. Can’t I just link the article? It is not too hard to find the comments. Search for “holocaust”, “house arrest”, “castrate”, “face of the earth”, and “nuclear weapons”.

http://www.feministe.us/blog/archives/2010/11/29/why-men-rape/

The article is called “Why men rape”, by Jill on 11.29.2010.

Keep in mind that all of these calls for mass extermination of all men were made in response to just one article. If I root around the garbage bin of angry posts at “feministe.us” and “feministing.com” I would be there until the end of time. People get angry, especially when an issue is important to them. So what? I don’t blame feminists for getting worked up about a nasty assault. It means nothing. It is certainly not misandry. It is … people getting angry about something that matters to them.

cynickal
cynickal
9 years ago

Also too,
LOOK AT ME I’M REHASHING WHAT WAS (and still is) TALKED ABOUT FOR 200+ COMMENTS!!!!
Let me come to your party! I brought Straw-Feminists and Red Herrings!!!
Pay attention to meeeeeee!!!!!!!!!

Anthony Zarat
9 years ago

“Meller did not say those things in the heat of anger. He may certainly have been angry at the Talk episode, although I find it difficult to believe he watches it”

The specific section of “The Talk” where the hosts make fun of the victim, as well as the audience reaction, were linked to the story in a you-tube video. Here it is, in case you want to see it:

http://www.avoiceformen.com/mens-rights/how-funny-is-a-mutilated-vagina/

Pecunium
9 years ago

No, you say that any feminist who doesn’t denounce your hobby horse is awash in blood, because some men might go to a low/medium security prison for longstanding contempt of court.

Then when someone on your side of the aisle happens to live his online life entirely off the rails; gleeful in the suffering of tens of thousands of women, some actually dying from it, and saying it’s the just desserts of not agreeing with him, that you are willing to whitewash as no big deal.

Anthony Zarat
9 years ago

@Pecunium

Yes.

If people think something bad about me, it is their own business.
If people petition the state to do something bad to me, it is my business.

Hate has two forms:

What you think (I don’t care)
What you do (I care)

The MRM has no pending petition before any state or the nation to force more women to have breast cancer or uterine cancer. Therefore, Meller’s angry opinion should not be relevant to feminists.

Similarly, feminists have no pending petition before any state or the nation to exterminate all men through holocaust, war, mutilation, or bombs. So, the angry opinion of the feminists who were calling for mass murder of all men on “feministe.us” are not relevant to the MRM.

The other issues I posted about, are different. YOUR movement is currently moving actively to pass legislation that will deprive men of the ability to attend college, deprive men of the benefits of the FIRST academic institute to study men’s issues, deprive men of liberty due to non-payment of child support, and deprive fathers of contact with their children:

http://rinow.org/legislative-agenda/2011-legislative-agenda-draft-as-of-21411/
http://www.glennsacks.com/now_at_40.htm
http://www.glennsacks.com/enewsletters/enews_11_28_06.htm
http://www.feministe.us/blog/archives/2010/04/14/4-ways-not-to-argue-for-male-studies/

There is a big difference. We MRMs are fighting for the most basic of liberties and dignities. Feminists are fighting for hatred, anger, and revenge.

Nobinayamu
Nobinayamu
9 years ago

Zarat, making a blog is free and easy.

kirbywarp
kirbywarp
9 years ago

@Anthony and MRAL:

One thing you both seem to be forgetting here, and this is a slight clarification on my part. Black humor might be funny, but it isn’t necessarily right. “The View” got called out big time, even though the people who did it weren’t calling them subhuman monsters in the process. Talk to the writers of those comments, Anthony, and I’ll bet every single one will admit that they don’t actually want to kill all men, and will gladly back-pedal on the statement. My guess? DKM will not back-pedal. He means what he says, even though it is horrible, even though he might have said it in anger. Intent: it actually is sometimes fucking magic.

Pecunium
9 years ago

Ah… but you care about what some feminists are not doing.

Those who don’t work to stop the things you don’t like (i.e. who don’t join your cause, even though great swathes of the people in your cause actually hate them, and have said that someday the need will come to kill women) are evil and awash in blood.

Those same people are working to prevent the remedy of actual harms (such as wage gaps, and domestic violence; the latter an issue which also affects men, but which the MRA doesn’t want to correct for men, merely remove the remedies available to women. Working, it seems on the principle that banning sleeping under bridges is fair because the rich and poor alike are denied).

When it comes to thing like prison rape… feminists are actively working against it, and MRAs are talking about how horrid it is.

And you, the great bearder of dragons, brave enough to tell us how evil we are (as if NWO and Meller weren’t holding up their end) are willing to derail threads; won’t answer questions about how you would see to it that the needed result (people obeying court orders) can be accomplished while preventing the harm you are accusing us of being blood-covered in not preventing (never mind that there is no affirmative duty to save people from their own folly).

Nope. That’s not the point. The point is to twist facts, distort statistics and abuse those who disagree with you, while performing apologia for people who advocate killing women.

No hypocrisy there.

zombie rotten mcdonald

We MRMs are fighting for the most basic of liberties and dignities.

like the liberty to beat a small child until she bleeds? Because that is your MRM martyr.

You most basic of liberties and dignities are unaltered, except in the case where you have fathered a child; then your freedom to leave that child and mother to starve is being restricted, and rightly so. they don’t deserve to starve because the mother didn’t pick husbands very well, and now the guy is being a dick. as you said, That is the point that I care.

Don’t father a child, if you aren’t willing to accept the attendant responsibilities, MRAs. Leaving that child destitute is not a right.

YOUR movement is currently moving actively to pass legislation that will deprive men of the ability to attend college, deprive men of the benefits of the FIRST academic institute to study men’s issues, deprive men of liberty due to non-payment of child support, and deprive fathers of contact with their children:

None of that legislation does that. It reduces the threshold for non-payment of child support. Non payment of child support already IS a felony. But you have yet to point out a case of a man going to violent offender prison for non-payment.

Also, that legislation is in Rhode Island.

Nobinayamu
Nobinayamu
9 years ago

Also, you’ve completely misinterpreted the post on feministe.

Men's Rights Activist Lieutenant
Men's Rights Activist Lieutenant
9 years ago

This is dumb, I’m leaving.

zombie rotten mcdonald

wait, wait MRAL! We can talk about short people! Don’t go!

Ami Angelwings
9 years ago

Men’s Rights Activist Lieutenant | August 16, 2011 at 2:42 pm
I don’t like providing links, it’s too much work.

But you have them right? o_O Or do you mean it’s too much work to go looking for evidence to back up your conclusions? xD

Also, you do know that everybody here was angry about “The Talk” thing, and at least 2 feminists here blogged against it xD

Do you fear being castrated by women in your daily life? o: (and did you fear it before “The Talk”)

hellkell
hellkell
9 years ago

Aw, no one’s paying attention to him. Bye, MRAL!

shaenon
9 years ago

Geez, Anthony, we get it. You want to be able to abandon your children to starve without legal reprisal. Why don’t you go discuss that with your wife and stop derailing every damn thread here?

Anyway… Meller’s cancer analogy is really strained, isn’t it? Obviously men get cancer, too, and no one laughs about it, so his post makes no sense. Why didn’t he compare castration to female genital mutilation? That’s a much closer analogy, isn’t it? Or do MRAs not believe FGM exists or something?

A friend of mine is currently going through cancer treatments while pregnant (they found the cancer during one of her prenatal exams). I’m sure Meller would be happy to tell her husband that his wife’s suffering and the endangerment of their unborn child are hilarious karmic retribution against womankind. As a fellow man, he’d have to laugh, right?

katz
9 years ago

David, you aren’t the David who left the second comment on that Feministe article, are you? Because it’s clearly being satirical…