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Dr. Helen

November 20th, 2013 - 10:39 am

My cousin Anna has a new blog called Objective Motifs blog: covering arts, letters, science, and industry. You can see an interview I did for her newsletter on my book Men on Strike.

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> Also as more and more women become educated, they want a man who is more educated and makes more money and has more status (hypergamy); therefore the pool of men becomes smaller and women think there are “No good men” because the man they want is in high demand. <

I also wanted to comment on this. The feminist reforms regarding sexual harassment, date rape, divorce/paternity theft, etc. all only raise the cost risk for higher status men, driving them from the hetero playing field as it were, leaving the bums who have nothing to lose (and nothing to offer).

Women haven't figured this out, and are still marinating in their Cinderella Complexes, so the educated/affluent/successful men are *not* in high demand if they go at all MGTOW or don't perfectly follow the new more demanding Prince Charming v2.0 script, because women aren't seeking such men out, asking them out, paying for dates, etc., so these men become invisible. Again, this is different than being in high demand.

I like to joke that I've been walking around unaccompanied in broad daylight for the 30 years of this Great American Man Shortage (the name of William Novak's 1983 book) and have been seriously and unambiguously approached *once* in my life by a woman -- by a somewhat desperate 34 y.o. single mom still living in her parents' basement. I always have to add my disclaimer that one of my sisters was a homecoming queen, and I got an athletic scholarship to college, so this invisibility is not because I'm the proverbial short fat bald ugly guy (more like the contrary). I'm not sure what others might say. How can there be a 'shortage' when we're still supposed to pretend they're the precious snowflakes in short supply?

Real shortages are accompanied by distinct and well known behaviors, virtually none of which women exhibit -- except for the griping and complaining.
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Dr. Smith,

Thank you for this opportunity to comment.

Quoting you in your interview on Objective Motifs you say "The ideal changes would be to change many of the laws and the culture in the country that tells us that men ... have few if any reproductive rights

Specifically, what are the changes in male reproductive rights that you'd like to see.
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I would like to see men have equal say in many areas. I believe that if women can make the decision of whether or not to be mothers, then men should have the right to be fathers. The law says that a man must pay for a child that is his, and in most states, even for those children that are not his if married to the mother or said to be the father. I think child support laws should change; no man (or woman) should be jailed for owing a debt of child support. Men should have equal access in parenting if they are divorced. Women gain custody the majority of the time (82%) and men who want to have custody should not be discriminated against because they are male. We should not have specific laws such as VAWA that provide women with access to lawyers without similar access available to men. I could go on but I hope you get the idea.
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Allow me to jump in with one quick simple answer...

Feminists are forever going on about "equality". We won't have that until men have as many rights to be in and remain in the family as women now have to be in and remain in the workplace (zed).
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Thank you for your reply.
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