As we start the countdown in earnest toward the March 1st launch of A Voice for Men Radio, it is time to announce some of the regular features of the show.

Today we start by introducing future listeners to an old favorite with a new twist, BINGO. Fembot Bingo to be more precise. (Credit to Duncan Idaho, Eternal Bachelor Blog)

Here’s the deal. Most all of us are more than aware of the typical, lackluster critiques of MRA’s by feminists, manginas and white knights. We’ve seen them for years redundantly making statements like “You can’t get laid,” or “You’re just bitter.” They do this so often, and to the exclusion of substance, that they give the impression they all have presidential teleprompters and a pull cord in the back of their necks.

There’s no reason to think any of them will come up with anything new or more creative. In fact, we can openly predict what those foolish enough to call in to the show will have to say. Since we know what’s coming, let’s make the best of it.

That’s where Fembot Bingo comes in.

By simply clicking through the image below you will be taken to a full size version of your very own Fembot Bingo card. Print it and put it up on the wall or other convenient place wherever you intend to be while listening to A Voice for Men Radio. Listen closely to the feminists, manginas and white knights that call in (as painful as it may be) and when they inevitably pull out those tired old insults, just mark it off on your card with the date and time.

When your card is full, and you are the first correct participant to notify me by email, you will be declared the winner, subject to verification.

Sorry, no money will be given out, but the winner of Fembot Bingo will be the lucky recipient of a new dart board and a set of very, very inexpensive flights, shipped to you by the cheapest means possible anywhere in the world.

But it is not just any dart board.  It will  bear the image of a very well known feminist icon.

Contest rules prevent me from disclosing who she is in advance, but I will give you a hint and tell you her name rhymes with:

Jessica Valenti

So print that Fembot Bingo Card out today and come back here often for further announcements. We are just getting started.

Artwork courtesy of Factory

  • zetamale

    lmfao cant wait to play along….but what time is the podcast going to be i have school till 6:30pm central…

    • Paul Elam

      Airs each Tuesday at 8:00 central time. I will be permanently available in the archives, though.

      • Izzey



      • zetamale

        so right after glee! thats perfect lol

        • ScareCrow P-Man

          Glee – ugh. I still don’t know what you see in that show Zeta…

          • The Zeta Male

            not as good as it used to be but the crappy drama is painfully addictive

  • Roland3337

    Love this! I’m printing this out in color, and putting it up in my office!

  • Elder Swami

    would you be able to create a link to the archives?

    • Paul Elam

      Yes. That will be provided on the home page, along with an embedded player, when the show launches.

    • meninrevolt

      He said he’ll embed a player here, I think the archives can be accessed by it….

      • Paul Elam

        I think so to, but I will make sure that all show features are accessible from this home page.

  • meninrevolt

    hahaha the show is gonna be great. In pleasant anticipation.
    Plus it’ll be encouraging and inspiring hearing an experienced and confident man in confrontation with a fembot/mangina.

  • Ben

    That would be what an engineer would call an “n” dimensional shaming matrix. I feel like I just got carpet bombed by a femiNazi just by reading that Bingo card. I need a drink now. Thanks. LOL!

  • Paul Elam

    Oops, forgot, thanks to Factory for the artwork on the Bingo card.

  • Bizzman662

    Please make the Feminist Icon Gloria Allred on the Bingo Board.

    Please Dr. Paul.

    Please make Gloria Allred the icon on the dartboard!

    OMG Please!

  • jmnzz

    I want a free dart board.


    Because I NEVER WIN at bingo.

  • Alphabeta Supe

    Good gracious, Paul, I haven’t had a laugh like this since the 1870’s. A real bone-rattler.

    I needed that. The card’s on my wall.

  • Jack Day

    This is brilliant! Not only does it inform, educate and encapsulate the dogma of what has been known to be true for a long time, but it does so in such a way that we can have some fun at it. I think that’s good therapy!
    A house burning, should be, above all, “good fun”!!
    Best to all! See you there!!

  • Rob

    Way to take credit for someone else’s idea, Paul

    At least give credit to the Eternal Bachelor, you slime.

    • Paul Elam

      Wow. That’s harsh, although it’s fair to say I could have researched it and given credit to the originator, which I have no problem with.

      Truth tell, until I just now did a search on it, I had no idea where it came from. Big old web out there and I have not read all of it.

      I found it referenced at Anti-feminist Tech but without reference to ET, so you better get over there with some name calling.

      Further research did give me the Eternal Bachelor blog by Duncan Idaho, and credit will be forthcoming immediately in the post after this is completed, with apologies to Idaho.

      Credit the Gods with your sly and wily outing of my intent to claim credit for something well referenced on the internet. It may occur to some, though, that in my rush to complete a lot of work that it was just a thoughtless oversight, quite similar actually to my failure to immediately credit Factory for the artwork, as noted in the comments above- and corrected when it occurred to me.

      One other item Ferdz. Whatever mistakes I have made, and will make in the future, I do believe I have earned the right not to be slandered on my own site, especially by the dim witted likes of you.

      I tolerated a certain amount of it from you when you got your panties in a wad over the fact I criticized one of your favorite alphas on these pages, mainly because I thought you needed the therapeutic venting.

      But your usefulness to any discussions that happen here has long since passed the use by date.

    • AntZ

      Paul, if you make a functional “fembot” board (on cork) and put it up for sale on your site, I will buy it, and I know just about everyone here would pay also.

      You could use this to generate income for general AVfM activities.

      • Paul Elam

        I’ll check in to it and see what I can come up with. Thanks

    • Alphabeta Supe


      I don’t see Paul taking credit for the Fembot Bingo product. If anything, he’s getting laughs for using it. It’s like sharing a joke with friends.
      or Lulz, if you’re an idiot.

      Do you know the author of all the jokes you’ve told? Ever received laughs for telling them?

    • James S.

      Rob, its pretty shitty of you to point out an error in such an accusatory manner, as if Paul intentionally did this for his own appraisal. Perhaps I’m missing something but reading the article it does show he did mention and gave full credit to (Duncan Idaho, Eternal Bachelor Blog). Either way, given Paul’s history and tenacity in bringing men’s issues to the forefront you would know that he’s been anything but disengenuos which is more than I can say for those who’ll take any opportunity to find the pettiest of things and use it against him or other MRA’s to discredit, embarrasss and create further burdens in the Mens movement. My problem is not so much your correcting another brother, as it is important that the information we give out is sound to further build our credibility and legitimacy, but the way in which you did it. Not cool at all. Get past the alpha mode and realize we need to build each other up, not bring one another down. We already have a tsunami of those who hate us and would like nothing more than to see us fail. Please don’t add to it.

  • Introspectre

    How about an Andrea Dworken dartboard for the next prize? Or would it be to easy to hit the walrus, I mean bulls eye?

    • Paul Elam

      I was kind of thinking that I would use her for the next contest. The idea I had was to put her image on the face of an electric pencil sharpener, with the hole for the pencil positioned right where her mouth is.

      It would represent the only “pencils” she ever “sharpened” in her life, and would have the same net effect it would have had on any man crazy or desperate enough to give her something to chew on.

      • Introspectre

        Didn’t she actually have a husband? That guy must have been a masochist, or maybe a sado-masochist seeing as all heterosexual sex is rape.

        • Jimmy

          Stoltenberg was life partner to Andrea Dworkin for thirty-one years (eventually marrying), although he considers himself gay.”


          • Alphabeta Supe

            This Stoltenberg er…guy is about as screwed up about his place in the body politic as it’s possible to get. Best not to give him the microphone.

          • Kimski

            Don’t think I’ve ever met a guy who wouldn’t be, after thirty-one years with her.

  • mideonphish

    Sorry to change the topic Paul, some very important breaking news from the UK.

    Sex offender registration appeals must now be allowed to proceed.
    (Normally, when put on this list you usually go on it for life. If you refuse to sign it you stay in jail indefinitely until you do.)

    Se here:

    This ruling finally allows men to appeal their own inclusion on the list, the government through Home Secretary Theresa May (A known militant hard-line feminist sympathizer), has already stated that they will only offer minimal compliance with this decision and intend to set the bar so high for these appeals that virtually none will be successful.

    A small victory for us UK men, but it looks like the government have no intentions of accepting this defeat gracefully.

    • Paul Elam

      Thanks for posting this. Always feel free to change the subject. This is important stuff.

      • mideonphish

        No thanks necessary Paul,

        I’m just doing what I can to make sure that any posters from the UK and Ireland are also kept informed.

        It’s the least I can do to atone for my many years as a ‘WhiteKnight’.

        I have seen the error of my ways and can but seek atonement for
        my own blind foolishness.

      • AntZ


        Do not apologize for your past. Having men walking around with heads bowed in shame is a fantasy of feminists, not MRMs. If you are standing with your brothers now, that is all that matters.

        For the first six years of my son’s life, I often told him “if you want to learn how to DO something, ask me; if you want to learn who you should BE, look to your mother.” The self-hate came from a feminist upbringing, so I don’t sweat it.

        Let go of the past, there is a war to win.

  • Simon

    A classic idea. We cannot be reminded enough of the idiotic feminist/mangina shaming tactics used on non mangina/non coward men.

    Good work

  • Kimski

    Not much of a gambler, but no way am I sitting this one out. Most of what comes out of that camp is so incredibly predictable, that we should try to get the most fun possible out of it.-Every time.
    Nothing will trumpf the aces of truth, so who really cares what they say?

    Excellent,-to all involved.

  • mideonphish

    I was just idly thinking during my lunch just now, what would be my choice for
    a song that would act as an unofficial anthem for MRAs.

    I came to the conclusion that maybe we don’t need one since everyone would
    be unlikely to agree anyway.

    Still if I had to make the choice this would most definitely be it:

    Dire Straits: Brothers In Arms from the album of the same name.

    It’s a song heavy with achy, echoey blues guitar that might seem depressing
    to some but it will strike a chord with many.

    Listen here:

    I urge you to listen to this song at least once as this is music of the very
    highest order, and in my view the music itself describes the pain that many
    of us have already gone through during our lifetimes.

    That society has unofficially declared war on us, makes in my view the lyrics
    even more poignant.

    Third Verse is especially prophetic given that the song was written in the mid
    80’s by a man and outstanding guitarist called Mark Knopfler.

    “There’s so many different worlds, so many different suns,
    but we have just the one world, though we live in different ones.”

    Reading the two short lines of lyrics above, I defy you to tell me it is not a very relevant criticism of the way things are today.

    You will likely find the lyrics especially moving if you happen to be
    in the military.

    This is a song that everyone should listen to at least once.

    I believe if we ever did need a song to unite behind for me this
    would have to be it.

    • Introspectre

      That is a good one, there’s a rather long song by Triumph called Ordinary Man,, which has some interesting lyrics, especially towards the end.

      Look in the mirror tell me what do you see
      Or can you lie to yourself like you’re lyin’ to me
      Do you fall asleep real easy feelin’ justified and right
      Or do you wake up feelin’ empty in the middle of the night
      You want to think you’re different, but you know you never can
      You’re just another ordinary man

      Hey politician, can’t believe a word you say
      Almighty media, whose truth d’you sell today?
      Watchdog of justice, who keeps their eye on you?
      Con man, song in hand, who you singin’ to?
      The more I get to see, the less I understand
      I’m just another ordinary man

      No rest for the wicked – they get it while they can
      The preachers and the teachers and your local Congressman
      Everybody plays the game they played since time began
      Lawyers and accountants – your media man

      Once I thought the truth was gonna set me free
      But now I feel the chains and its’ responsibility
      I will not be a puppet I cannot play it safe
      I’ll give myself away with a blind and simple faith
      I’m just the same as you I just do the best I can
      That’s the only answer,…for an ordinary man

  • Peter Charnley

    “But it is not just any dart board. It will bear the image of a very well known feminist icon.”

    If there is any room on that board for aliens (in both the non-American and non-human being sense of the word) – include the Brit. Harriet Harman.

    This ‘person’ would probably make anything the late Angela Dworkin stood for look like a man’s personal foot bather.

    Thankyou for all your hard work, best wishes for the build up to the show – and good luck

  • Kimski


    I concur. A brilliant choice of tune, and with the right feeling.

    If you like this song, you might want to check out DAVID Knopfler and a tune he made. I believe it’s called So Tell Me What a Man Wants.

    • mideonphish

      I’m glad you like the song,

      A little piece of trivia for you about it,

      The year this song was released, the British Broadcasting Corporation
      banned it from its internationally successful show “Top of the Pops”
      because the Falklands war was on at the time, thus stripping
      it of its recognition almost overnight and ensuring that very few people
      ever heard it.

      I guess they were afraid that if this song got released it may induce mass pacifism.

      Anyway thanks for the song tip, I’ll check it out.

      • Kimski

        I remember that ban.
        Best advertising a band can possibly get.
        Same thing happened with Sex Pistols’ God Save The Queen, and Pink Floyd’s Another Brick In The Wall, Part II.

        • mideonphish

          Oh forgot to let you know of another excellent track from that you may not of heard of,

          Dire Straits Telegraph Road: From the album ‘Love Over Gold’

          Listen to it here:

          (Even the album name itself implies high class)

          It tells the story of a small town in its infancy through to its modern dying days, has a real air of irritation to parts of it too.
          I really think you’ll enjoy this one.

          • Kimski

            That exact number happens to be my favourite-track with Dire Straits,(I have a lot of their stuff!)

  • ProleScum

    Top quotes guys,

    Thin Lizzy would have to get my vote with:

    There are people that will investigate you.
    They’ll insinuate, intimidate and complicate you.
    Don’t ever wait or hesitate, to state the fate that awaits those
    Who try to shake or take you.
    Don’t let them break you.


  • ProleScum

    Love the fembot bingo board, and suggest we pull together some retorts for each entry before the first show goes live. It might be best to e-mail them to Paul, with a title like “FemBingo retorts: Bitter” rather than post them here. No sense giving our opponents prior warning. 😉

    Here’s just one retort for starters, to “can’t get laid”:

    Reasoned response: Can’t get laid? Seriously, ANYBODY AND EVERBODY can “get laid”, TONIGHT, if that’s all they’re looking for. But we’re looking for more than that. We want equitable, rewarding, productive and sustainable relationships with women, and that’s why we are speaking out against misandry.

    Your comment exposes a widely held belief that men are solely motivated by sex, and this belief is just one symptom of the widespread and deep-seated misandry in society that is driving a wedge between men and women and preventing us from having those relationships.

    Uncle Bern style response: Miss, this isn’t a hooking up show. You have the wrong number. :)

  • B.R. Merrick

    Perhaps laying out on a BINGO card all the lame arguments they make will actually inspire these idiots to come up with some new ones. Now, how much fun would that be?

    • Lew

      I don’t think they’re capable of it.

      They are either going to give up very quickly, or manipulate their grovelling mangina friends to fight their battles for them.

      • B.R. Merrick


    • Dusty

      Hey, if they DO come up with some new arguments, we can make that BINGO, 2nd edition!

  • ScareCrow P-Man

    “You can’t get laid,” or “You’re just bitter.”

    “Obviously, you have had some bad experiences with women”.
    “You’re last girlfriend must have been a b*tch”

    When I get the time, I am going to make a complete list.

  • Jonathan Mann

    This radio station of ours will put the Men’s Movement on the map for certain. The feminists won’t be able to go five seconds without having to create new spin in response to our well calculated attacks on their shotty lies. Down with feminism.

  • Lew

    I’ve been commenting on discussion boards now for over 10 years, and I think I can safely say I’ve come across ALL these classics many times over.

  • ProleScum

    Let’s e-mail our best responses to those “classics” to Paul, so he can build a database of stock, quick fire responses to shoot down the Fembot hecklers with when the radio show goes live.

    We have 12 days and counting Gentlemen. On day 13, we will need ammunition!

  • by_the_sword

    I love the game and the truths that it exposes about most females. Of course I am just bitter, “probably gay”, have a small penis and can’t get laid, so what do I know?

  • Peter Charnley

    Another idea for a ditty is-

    ‘Skin Deep’ – by the Stranglers. Great tune, available on Utube.

    Superb 1980’s hit. Lyrics would be a good accompaniment to warnings to men about the pitfalls of marriage.

    Some of the lyrics……
    “Many people tell you that their you’re friend………etc.

    Chorus – “Better watch out for the skin deep….”

    Worth a listen.

  • Peter Charnley

    Above is the link to ‘Skin Deep’

  • Falsely Accused Soldier

    @Paul Elam

    So the way I read the article was you win when you fill up every possible space with the date/time and show number.

    Or do you win if your the first person to e-mail you with a legitimate bingo?

    Just curious if I read that wrong.

    • Paul Elam

      The first email I open from someone who has correctly tracked each mark off on the card, including date and time it happened, wins the dart board.

      Oh, and I answered (late) an earlier post of yours. I have not seen your other article, but would like to.

  • Denis

    I nearly fell out of my seat reading that. Fem-bot bingo is nothing new, did you research who came up with the idea of feminists on dart boards and does it really matter?

    I would just like to thank all of the great men who I’ve plagiarized so many times in the past to spread the word. I steal amazing quotes from posts and comments and I save them in an archive. Sometimes I give credit and links, but sometimes I don’t. It’s like standing on the shoulders of giants.

    • Paul Elam

      Nah, it was part of my scheme to steal the dart board idea for my very own! All I have to do is hide the company that specializes in doing the work!! Bwahahahahahaha!!!

  • j

    I want to announce that I am a feminist. I do stick up for balance as do feminists in the UK, Australia, New Zealand and I’ve heard from MRA journalists in Sweden, Norway and other countries that they support the men’s movement but they like feminists in their countries so they don’t dare communicate with the men’s movement. You guys are years behind the real world but then not all the real world ….so I support you. I just want you to know that when you open a path for male dominance, I will stand for women.

    • Paul Elam

      Is there a translator in the house, or did we just get three blocks filled on the BINGO Card?

    • dontmarry

      “I want to announce that I am a feminist”

      You’re a feminist? Kiss my ass.

      Now go away.

  • ProleScum

    Thank you j for that study in erudition. Glad you’re on our side (?!).


  • Peter Charnley

    “I just want you to know that when you open a path for male dominance, I will stand for women.”

    Is she expecting something ? Fitting out uniforms?

  • CM

    This is superb. Very creative superior cheerful way to overcome verbal opression and degrading insults – and have fun at the same time! Win win. Very wise.

  • Jimmy

    The invent-a-caption game is another way to have fun.

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  • Frances

    There are wrongs on both sides (I mean feminists and the male movement) BUT I do think that some feminism is paradoxical as it singles out women – alienates men. The bingo is rather funny! I am a little obsessed with various buzzword bingos at them minute. Never fails to make my laugh.