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September 26th, 2013 - 4:51 am

Kevin Eric Snell (@KevEnoch)
9/25/13, 10:30 PM
Here’s a title for Dr. Helen: “Will the Last Male Student to Drop Out of College Please Leave the Toilet Seat Up?” @instapundit

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"Most deaths in 19th and 20th century..." In the West that is, among women who birthed at hospitals.
Your comment does not address the fact that the largest cause of death amongst women was childbirth, where ever it was held. That the largest number of women in the West use hospitals is a function of progress, albeit achieved at great cost.
No. pregnancy is not a disease, but a physical condition, that can kill its host. It killed our wifes, mothers, sisters for generations.

I am not sure whether you are supporting or refuting my comment. My comment is attempting to point out that men, ogres that we are, disproportionately, spent our time and efforts in preserving and improving the lives of the women we love.... and that that effort is being ignored and discarded by the very people we wanted to help. No good deed goes unpunished.
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You object to my "rants". I object to American mens cowardice. Admit it: well do anything for sex. How weak you American men are! America.means abortion divorce and fags. Stop being a pussy whipped peasant. Feminism has introduced a terrible stain on the garments of liberty. It take much blood to wash it away.
Do you actually think that by appealing to the very institutions that disenfranchised us we will obtain redress? Are you going to grovel before feminist judges like some milk toast? The same judges who uphold "ABORTION WITHOUT APOLOGIES" as the law of the land.
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Would it be too much to ask that title IX fairness be compelled on the welfare state, federal health care spending, SSI payouts, criminal justice and K-12 education results? How about mental illness and homeless?

Screw all that. How about federal spending on shelters for men and boys seeking refuge from abusive women?
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Feminism and the college male dropout rate aside, I have a suggestion about the eternally raging toilet seat controversy: put both lids down. When you are done, that is. Put.both.lids.down. Boys and girls. Men and women. Dogs and cats. Everyone, please, just put both lids down when you have completed your toilet. That way, when you are done, EVERYONE will have left the toilet seat the same way they found it: both.lids.down. And it's more sanitary too. Thank you.
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Ilegante irse a casa:

She is mocking you dude. The women are never going to their lesbian dystopia. women are our enemies. The perversion of justice has gone on for too long to warrant any reconciliation. We should desire revenge.
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Dude, go outside and see some trees and wildlife. Your misogyny is as bad as her misandry whomever "she" is, it certainly isn't Dr. Smith.

You need to bump it up a notch to keep up and not look foolish.
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Ilegante irse a casa:
"...My comment is attempting to point out that men, ogres that we are, disproportionately, spent our time and efforts in preserving and improving the lives of the women we love.... and that that effort is being ignored and discarded by the very people we wanted to help. No good deed goes unpunished."

The time for doing good deeds for those who hate us is past.
It is time for us men to Go Our Own Way and let those who hate us and say that they don't need us and can do better without us be made to live by their own philosophy.

Go Galt and Go Your Own Way / go ghost.
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Time to leave the "Pink Plantation."
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I wonder how long it'll be before U.S. colleges start to remove urinals from men's rooms, like what is starting to happen in Europe, because they are "patriarchical".
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"Will the next female 'studies' graduate please design, manufacture, install and maintain the toilets, as well as the sanitation system that carries is all away and treats the effluent."

Fact, Female is more susceptible to urinary and other infections in the those regions of the body.
Fact. Most of the inventions of the 19th and 20th centuries were for the betterment of the female's life and work.
Fact. Less than 5% of new inventions, then and now, are by women.
Fact. Medicine, again during the 19th and 20th centuries did more to liberate women from their own biology than anything else. Oops, those nasty WEMPs strike again. (Remember, child birth was the single largest cause of death amongst women until late in the 20th century and still is in some places.
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Most deaths in the 19th and 20th century of women in child birth occurred in hospitals, not private homes, secondary to vector agents (doctors) introducing disease from one patient to another with unwashed hands, soiled, bloody, shared sheets and internal bleeding caused by aggressive techniques and unwashed, shared tools (such as forceps). Torn and punctured bladders during this process caused untold disease and lifelong suffering as it still does in "developing" aka Third World Nations with poor/to no prenatal care or competent delivery services.
Pregnancy is not a disease but a physical condition, one that I wish were celebrated and not considered a burden. Thank God for Dr. Semmelweis, but look how we treated...
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"Pregnancy is not a disease but a physical condition, one that I wish were celebrated and not considered a burden"

It is uniquely difficult in humans. Compare a cat and a woman giving birth and report back on the relative noise levels.

Humans have unusually narrow hips, proportionally, because bipedalism requires that. Human fetuses have enormous heads that pass only with the greatest difficulty down the birtht canal. If they were carried to term commensurate with other mammals and could function at the same level as most, no woman could ever give birth because thier heads would be the size of a two year old's.

It's an evolutionary deadend. And in a state of nature - homebirths and such - it has always resulted in a childbirth deathrate no other mammal species comes close to.

Look in the old Book of Common Prayer. There is a special small service for the "Churching of Women" - welcoming them back to church after coming through childbirth. It's a thanksgiving for their surviving the ordeal, as if they were combat veterans. There was a reason for that.
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"Most deaths in 19th and 20th century..." In the West that is, among women who birthed at hospitals.
Your comment does not address the fact that the largest cause of death amongst women was childbirth, where ever it was held. That the largest number of women in the West use hospitals is a function of progress, albeit achieved at great cost.
No. pregnancy is not a disease, but a physical condition, that can kill its host. It killed our wifes, mothers, sisters for generations.

I am not sure whether you are supporting or refuting my comment. My comment is attempting to point out that men, ogres that we are, disproportionately, spent our time and efforts in preserving and improving the lives of the women we love.... and that that effort is being ignored and discarded by the very people we wanted to help. No good deed goes unpunished.
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