Categories
antifeminism gynocentrism international men's day MRA MRA paradox

Men’s Rights Activists are the least active activists in activityland

MRAs, the laziest of lazy boys

Over on the Men’s Rights subreddit, one of the “activists” is planning a “digital protest” on International Male Men’s Day. He just hopes someone else will do the work for him.

Can you write down all the proofs that we (western civilizations) live in a gynocentric society?Discrimination (self.MensRights)

submitted 9 hours ago * by PFfounder

This is for a list of things to tweet and write during the digital protest I'm organizing on November 19th ; please be as objective as possible and remember to write only bullet proof proofs that are in all ways not destroyable by feminist bullshit.

You must provide articles, studies or researches for everything that you say!

So far no one has given him any “bullet proof proofs.” Or really much of anything.

I’m beginning to think that maybe we don’t live in a gynocracy after all.

Follow me on Twitter.

Send tips to dfutrelle at gmail dot com.

We Hunted the Mammoth relies entirely on readers like you for its survival. If you appreciate our work, please send a few bucks our way! Thanks!

Subscribe
Notify of
guest

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

65 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
StaceySmartypantsTwiceRemoved
StaceySmartypantsTwiceRemoved
22 days ago

@Victorious Parasol

I am very glad to know your mom-in-law is improving and I hope all continues to go well. I’m sending lots of hugs, blessings and light!

Fabe
Fabe
22 days ago

Interesting how Working Fuck All Out is positioning himself as an oppressed man toiling away at thankless low paid labor but is also bragging about how his ancestors were unwilling and/or unable to do their own labor, so they enslaved others to do it for them. Gee, what a sacrifice.

He would probably spin it as prove of how superior his ancestors were since they were able to dominate others

Brimmicombe-Wood Lee
Brimmicombe-Wood Lee
22 days ago

I prefer ‘Treason in defense of slavery’ to ‘War of Northern aggression’.

Victorious Parasol
Victorious Parasol
21 days ago

Thank you for the good wishes for my MIL, folks. We’ve already seen great improvement in her spirits over the course of a week, but we’re hoping she gets to sleep in her own bed for Thanksgiving.

LouCPurr
LouCPurr
21 days ago

@GSS ex-noob

I would definitely not want to work as a custodian in a senior high again; the older kids are far too creative and ambitious in their mayhem. They really went off during September, when there was a Tiktok challenge to destroy school bathrooms. I know it sounds like a moral panic, but it really happened. At least the fact that they were making content for social media kept them from doing some of the grosser things they’ve done in the past, like filling a hand soap dispenser with poop.

The tortie was a feral who decided that living with humans was better than living on the street. She never lost her amazing survival skills. She could travel far without her paws touching the ground (kitty parkour!) and would dig up earthworms she heard underground for snacks.

Last edited 21 days ago by LouCPurr
GSS ex-noob
GSS ex-noob
21 days ago

@LouCPurr: The pic of yours looks so much like my girl did. White bib and tummy and all.

Mine was indoors all her life, but came with the complete tortietude. She had very little use of one front paw (developmental defect) and when people asked “doesn’t that slow her down?” we’d say “we hope so, we can barely keep up with her as is!” Up the cat tree, across the couch, down the hall. Circling the entire living room perimeter without touching the floor. Refused to use a step up to the couch even at 20 with arthritis and being half-blind.

Dalillama
21 days ago

@Wimped All The Way Out
How many of your coworkers have lost a finger or portion thereof, suffered permanent nerve damage, and/or collapsed from heatstroke on the job*? Is your industry’s standard policy for workplace injuries “Stop bleeding and get back to work”?

*note that all of these have happened to me, and I still did the five hours left in my shift after taking off the tip of my thumb.

Redsilkphoenix: Jetpack Vixen, Intergalactic Meani
Redsilkphoenix: Jetpack Vixen, Intergalactic Meani
19 days ago

@Surplus to Requirements,

Interesting theory. I wonder if any of the guys and gals who study prehistory for a living would have anything to say about cattle rustling as an impetus for creating much of modern society.

And I’d be wary of saying every day(s) of remembering the dead found in all ancient cultures everywhere are really Halloween celebrations. While they may have similar roots, Halloween is really part of a Christian days of the dead remembrance that was deliberately misattributed as a Pagan ritual back in the 1800’s, I believe.

https://historyforatheists.com/2021/10/is-halloween-pagan/

A year or so ago I read in either Ancient Archeology or Biblical Archeology magazines an article about one of those digs in one of those egalitarian ancient cities. One of the findings they found was that their society was likely a lot more conformist than modern people might like. Evidently there was a good chunk of the bodies examined that showed signs of being stoned while alive. Not stoned to death, or even to serious injury, but enough to get the victim to abandon whatever ideas or behaviors that the group decided was heretical and get back in line. Something to think about whenever the idea of ‘ancient times were really the Golden Ages of human existence’ rears its head; that maybe they weren’t all that and a bag of chips?

As for WATO-dude here, does his job involve strangers telling him to his face that ‘they shouldn’t take their anger over their mom not having the money to abort them while she was carrying them out on customers’. Or have customers demand that they tell them personal details of their lives because ‘the customer has the right to know why the cashier is being ‘nasty’ to them’ and then get upset when the cashier basically tells them NOYB.

Because everyone knows that human-shaped cash registers only have two emoticons: genuine joy at seeing customers and spiteful hatred at customers. Because allowing the idea that the manakins running the register might have emotions between those two extremes they’re going to show at any time breaks their worldview too much, and forces them into unwanted changes in their behavior to become better people or something.

Hambeast
Hambeast
19 days ago

Vicky P – Back in ’86 when I was stationed at a remote USAF base, I worked in the shop that provided comms for a deep space probe antenna (among other things, like the whole base). We were right beside the base message center which had a line direct to NORAD and this was all contained in a small area at the edge of the base and we were all in the same building.

One day while I was on duty, all hell broke loose at the message center next door; several different alarms going off simultaneously and people scrambling. After the hubbub died down, we poked our heads in and asked what the fuss was about.

What had happened was that the latest deep space probe scan had found an item in orbit they believed they hadn’t seen before and top priority messages were flying back and forth between the the space probe monitors (all commissioned officers and totally separated from us despite being in the same building) and NORAD.

After some hasty analysis, it turned out to be a glove lost by an astronaut during an orbital EVA mission some years before.

Good times!

Surplus to Requirements
Surplus to Requirements
19 days ago

One day while I was on duty, all hell broke loose at the message center next door; several different alarms going off simultaneously and people scrambling.

Let me guess: Matthew Broderick, putting the “war” in “wardialing” since 1983.

No?

After the hubbub died down, we poked our heads in and asked what the fuss was about. What had happened was that the latest deep space probe scan had found an item in orbit they believed they hadn’t seen before and top priority messages were flying back and forth between the the space probe monitors (all commissioned officers and totally separated from us despite being in the same building) and NORAD.

After some hasty analysis, it turned out to be a glove lost by an astronaut during an orbital EVA mission some years before.

Well, at least it wasn’t a bomb or something. And it didn’t start a Kessler Syndrome.

I wonder how much worse the junk problem up there has gotten since then. “Gravity” was just as scary in its own way when you consider what would happen without our communications, weather, and GPS infrastructure up there. Modern shipping depends on all three, to keep touch with shore, know where the hurricanes are prowling at any given time, and know where themselves are. If you think we have supply chain problems now

Alan Robertshaw
19 days ago

@ hambeast and Vicky P

I’m currently trying to encourage a friend’s daughter to take up space law. Even though I barely understand it; it’s a fascinating area. But, to get back on point…

A few years back a French reconnaissance satellite called Cerise was knocked out by some space debris. Understandably the French government were very annoyed about this and set out to sue the responsible party. So they instructed experts to backtrack the collision and find out where the debris came from. After months of calculation they identified the culprit. An Ariane rocket. Oops.

Dalillama
19 days ago

@Redsilkphoenix
David Graeber, co-author of the book that was summarized above, was one of those people until his death earlier this year. I haven’t read the book yet, waiting on the library, but I highly recommend his Debt: The First 5000 Years.

Victorious Parasol
Victorious Parasol
19 days ago

Regarding the amount of space junk up there, to my understanding the answer is … it gets worse every year. It’s easy to track stuff when it first goes into orbit and is all in one piece. As the years go by, bits and bobs get broken off (from colliding with other stuff, breaking because it’s been up there long enough for fractures to happen, or whatever). As the bits and bobs get broken off, those bits and bobs tend to move faster, which means you can go from something roughly the size of a basketball (easy to see, easy to track, easy to avoid) that moves at what we consider a normal speed to something the size of a pea (harder to see/track/avoid) that is zipping around faster than the original orbiting device. Imagine trying to dodge a basketball thrown by a human. Now imagine trying to dodge a baseball thrown by a human. Which would you rather be hit by?

And THAT’S why you need someone keeping an eye on orbital debris. Hambeast, the incident you described happened during my mum-in-law’s time at NASA – I wonder if she knows that story from the JSC perspective?

Redsilkphoenix: Jetpack Vixen, Intergalactic Meani
Redsilkphoenix: Jetpack Vixen, Intergalactic Meani
19 days ago

@Dalillama,

I’ve heard that book is a pretty good history one. I’ll have to see if I can download a copy to my Kindle sometime. Once I get a bit of money to spare for it.

As to the space junk discussion, I’m gathering we need to send up a team of astronauts armed with this to clean up our orbits?

https://youtu.be/wH3waHsrL74

Hey, if it works…. 😀

Hambeast
Hambeast
19 days ago

Yeah, I understand the space junk problem gets worse all the time. If it’s in low earth orbit, it’s going to come down someday. And we keep shooting more stuff up there all the time. Of all the comms stuff I did, satellites were the most interesting.

Alan – That’s a great story. I bet every other country that puts satellites in orbit has one, too. I bet they don’t talk about it much, though.

Vicky P – It wouldn’t surprise me if your MIL heard about it. Wouldn’t surprise me if she didn’t since it was resolved. Before I went to that duty station, I prepared reports for the JCS and they liked them short, sweet, and relevant. I don’t remember exactly when in 1986 it was, I got there in March, though, so not before then.