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New Website: Women for Men

September 24th, 2013 - 10:28 am

Suzanne Venker, author of The War on Men has put up a new website for both men and women. Here is the description:

We at WFM believe men are, like women, autonomous beings entitled to justice and equality and the pursuit of happiness and male identity. We are therefore committed to honoring masculinity—as well as to bringing the sexes together by highlighting the strength, not the limitation, of gender differences. Such differences are necessary for both families and society.

It’s time to stop pitting women and men against one another. This is not only wrong, it’s counterproductive. By focusing on both sexes, everyone wins.

So far, the founders of the site are Suzanne, myself, Warren Farrell and Christina Hoff Sommers. The idea is have a site of resources for men and the women who care where they can look for sources of legal help, support and even guest blog and speak out against misandry and injustice. Hope you like the site and/or add suggestions if you wish.

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Doc,
I don't doubt the intentions, will, or mental agility of the site founders. I just hope you've carefully studied the tactics used to slowly discourage certain words, behavior, and tones. As you know, it's a way to create "civility," when in reality it is about ensuring certain harsh realities and deserved anger need to be recognized and affirmed as legitimate to the discourse.

Best of luck.
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"As you know, it's a way to create 'civility,' when in reality it is about ensuring certain harsh realities and deserved anger need to be recognized and affirmed as legitimate to the discourse."

As you know, it's a way to create "civility," when in reality it is about ensuring certain harsh realities and deserved anger ARE SLOWLY STIFLED WHEN THEY need to be recognized and affirmed as legitimate to the discourse.

Sheesh. I need to hire a better teleprompter guy.

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I think/hope that's not going to happen. I don't know if you were ever involved in Dr. Helen's old Blogger site, but its comments section was very much an open forum for pretty much anything short of outright spam. I think the biggest challenge they are going to face is publishing enough, and turning the comments approval around fast enough, so that the commenter base remains involved. They're also going to have to work to keep the site off of net-nanny service lists -- I note that it's already blocked where I work.
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"There are plenty of other places for those who wish to discriminate against men to go."

The fear that such women - not satisfied at having emotionally castrated the regular posters at The Good Men Project - will descend on this new site is well founded. If you've visited that site, you know what I mean.

Anyway, this is encouraging news!
48 weeks ago
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We are not so easily intimidated, nor will we allow women or other men to do such a thing. Did I mention we have control of the comment section?
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Bravo! I'm in. Thank you.
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In her remarkable book, "Who Stole Feminism" I believe that Chirstina Hoff Sommers hit upon an unfortunate but basic truism:

All "equality" movements are fated to become "superiority" movements. This has occured with labor unions, black civil rights, and with female civil rights.

None of them ever know when to stop with their "progress." Someone has to tell them. Good luck!

48 weeks ago
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Then you will be happy to know that the vast, vast, vast majority of women, and most men, will fight us tooth and nail and our cause is basically hopeless.
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Exciting.

Countdown until the female herd slowly gathers in the Comment section of the website to begin the slow twist into a neutered chatroom with "civility" expectations.
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We won't let that happen. This is a site of men and the women to support them to have a say and to get resources and information. There are plenty of other places for those who wish to discriminate against men to go.
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