Jezebel

If You See Jezebel in the Road, Run the Bitch Down

Pubisher’s note: This article, originally published on October 22, 2010, is being brought back to the front page with a tip of the hat to Ally Fogg, probably one of the most disingenuous hacks on the planet. Fogg’s been discussing the “vile,” violent Men’s Human Rights Movement and he and his commenters are on a tear again, seeking attention through attacking AVFM in the comments to a recent article on the Justice 4 Men and Boys party (not affiliated with AVfM, although we are on friendly terms with founder Mike Buchanan) with selective out-of-context quotes, apparently in the hopes others are too stupid to know satire when they see it, even when it’s painstakingly pointed out to them. The article is reposted as is, the only changes will be “Fogg Alerts” which we use to help Ally’s numerous intellectually slow followers to know satire as it appears in front of their eyes. Those items which are not satire, but might be confused as such by the intellectually impaired, will also be identified in brackets. 

For their advance edification, we provide this link to the following wiki page, which provides definitions of Horatian and Juvenalian satire. We do with the instruction this article is an example of  satire of the Juvenalian variety. For those of Fogg’s inclinations that don’t know what a hyperlink is, I provide the following definition, with the caution that this is all the help I can offer. PE

Juvenalian satire, named after the Roman satirist Juvenal (late 1st century – early 2nd century CE), is more contemptuous and abrasive than the Horatian. Juvenalian satire addresses social evil through scorn, outrage, and savage ridicule. This form is often pessimistic, characterized by irony, sarcasm, moral indignation and personal invective, with less emphasis on humor. Strongly polarized political satire is often Juvenalian. Also see: Satires of Juvenal.

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It’s domestic violence awareness month, folks, and we are now in the latter half of another [not satire] month long national circle jerk, the entire domestic violence industry masturbating to a frenzy of trumped up stats and sadistically titillating lies.

We have flying spittle in the halls of congress, the antecedents of hysterical demands that we take on the worldwide cause of defending helpless women across the globe from their sorry lot in life as victims. We have grown men donning themselves in drag couture and walking a mile in “her shoes,” a sort of trendy, new age and humiliating self flagellation by men who want to atone for all bearers of the evil penis.

And we have a resurrected article from August of ’07, from the women at Jezebel.com (tip of the hat to the illustrious Dr. Snark) demonstrating how unrepentantly violent they really are, and how much they seem to enjoy it.

Senior writer Tracie Egan Morrissey penned the article, which addresses research findings reported in Psychiatric News that, “In fact, when it comes to nonreciprocal violence between intimate partners, women are more often the perpetrators.”

Morrissey reacted to that oft ignored reality, after a query of her female readers for those who have beaten their boyfriends, with the following:

“…well, let’s just say it would be wise never to fuck with us.”

And of course the comment section that follows the article backs up her pro abuse attitude toward men. It is replete with women regaling us with stories of how they [not satire] kicked, hit, smashed and bloodied their boyfriends for doing the sometimes annoying things that men do. One women reported that she punched her ex in the face for having the audacity to get another girlfriend after they broke up.

[Fogg Alert! Satire!] That’s it. In the name of equality and fairness, I am proclaiming October to be Bash a Violent Bitch Month.

I’d like to make it the objective for the remainder of this month, and all the Octobers that follow, for men who are being attacked and physically abused by women - to beat the living shit out of them. I don’t mean subdue them, or deliver an open handed pop on the face to get them to settle down. I mean literally to grab them by the hair and smack their face against the wall till the smugness of beating on someone because you know they won’t fight back drains from their nose with a few million red corpuscles.

And then make them clean up the mess.[/Fogg Alert]

[not satire] You know, we used to have a name for people who only hit those that they knew wouldn’t fight back.

Bullies.

And we all know that bullies are cowards. Put a hurting on one and they go find someone else to pick on every time. It’s what cowards do.

[Stupid alert. For those too challenged to recognize satire, I spell it out for them]

Now, am I serious about this?

No.[/stupid alert] Not because it’s wrong. It’s not wrong. Every one should have the right to defend themselves. Hell, women are often excused from killing someone whom they allege has abused them. They can shoot them in their sleep and walk. Happens all the time. It’ll even get you a spot on Oprah, and cuntists across the cunt-o-sphere will be lionizing you.

[not satire]In that light, every one of those women at Jezebel and millions of others across the western world are as deserving of a righteous ass kicking as any human being can be. But it isn’t worth the time behind bars or the abuse of anger management training that men must endure if they are uppity enough to defend themselves from female attackers.

The better option is to kick her to the curb, figuratively speaking, and hopefully move on to some better choices. Besides, violence in self defense should be in some way commensurate with the violence of the attack.

I will say this, though. To all the men out there that decided to say “Damn the consequences,” and fight back, you are hero’s to the cause of equality; true feminists. And you are the honorary Kings of Bash a Violent Bitch Month. You are living proof of just how hollow “don’t fuck with us,” rings from the mouths of bullies and hypocrites.

In the spirit of feminists everywhere, you GO, boy!

About Paul Elam

Paul Elam is the founder and publisher of A Voice for Men, the founder of A Voice for Men Radio, and appears weekly on AVFM Intelligence Report, Going Mental with Dr. Tara Palmatier and monthly on MANstream Media with Warren Farrell and Tom Golden.

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  • B. R. Merrick

    Mandy:
    Can you please point me to these pro-abuse comments, because I seem to have missed them.

    Here’s a few of them:

    “i’ve slapped a man and it felt good. better than the time i threw an ipod box to his face (the corner got his eye).”

    “You’re empowered and not to be fucked with — you’ll even boast about it in the open!”

    “Why can’t we just say some people deserve physical violence and leave it at that?”

    “So i jumped into a cab with no money. Ran out at a red light. Used my set of keys to get into his appartment. Confronted him. Slapped his glasses off his face. Bite him repeated so hard that he imediately bruised. Got out a kitchen knife.”

    “I once punched a guy… It was my ex-husband and it was right after he told me that he wished I would give his girlfriend a chance because ‘the three of us could be such good friends.’ That SOB had it coming.”

    “Anyway, one day I had enough of his horses*** (I honestly can’t even remember what triggered it, but I’m sure it was good) and I started beating the living s*** out of him.”

    “I tried to run one of my ex’s over with my car.”

    “The reason he – and all of the other men in these stories got hit was for pushing me to the absolute edge.”

    “*but i do see the difference between a ‘i hate you, you stupid bitch’ smack and a ‘god, stop yelling biggie smalls lyrics already when i’ve told you to stop for five minutes!’ smack. call it rationalizing, but i think the former is abuse and the latter is losing one’s temper in a normal, albeit very regrettable, way.”

    “I bounced an alarm clock off my husband’s head from across the room once.”

    “I’ve never beat up a boyfriend, but I once gave an ex a solid black eye. It was the greatest moment of my entire life.”

    “When I was in high school I slapped my bf hard enough to give him a bloody nose. In front of his friends. He told me my band was ‘cute,’ so I obviously had no choice.”

    Are these enough pro-abuse comments for you? If for one second I thought Paul would tolerate this stuff with other writers and commenters at “A Voice for Men,” I wouldn’t write or comment here. Why are people bothering with “Jezebel” at all?

  • Mickey T

    “Why are people bothering with “Jezebel” at all?”

    If I were a writer, I believe I’d word that a little differently for fear of offending so many of our brothers here. Especially while doing that, which Im recommending against.

  • Mandy

    B. R. Merrick:

    Are the comments you quote really from the article in question, i.e. from http://jezebel.com/gossip/domestic-disturbances/have-you-ever-beat-up-a-boyfriend-cause-uh-we-have-294383.php?

    That’s pretty strange, because most of them don’t seem to be there….either you are making all of this up, or we are talking about completely different articles.

    I have to wonder, if those comments were really there, why did Paul not quote them in his article rather than use a misrepresentation of the one and only pro-abuse comment that actually *is* there?

  • archmage_lo

    There seems to be a link at the bottom of that page “Show All Discussions”.

    It seems to me that I am only seeing “Featured Discussions” which are a lot tamer and alot less pro-abuse.

  • mongo

    “Why don’t you enlighten me and tell me what it is that you find objectionable about the comments in question instead of being so vague about it?”
    -Mandy

    Because you are clearly hostile.

    Even if you had read only a small number of innocuous comments in which you saw nothing objectionable, why immediately assume that you will not get a reply, and that Paul is motivated by an agenda?

    The kindest thing that can be said for this line of reasoning is that it is solipsistic – if you can’t comprehend something, then you can’t believe in its existence.

    But it’s clear that making up stories and then feigning outrage to further some other purpose is something you do comprehend, and that is why you are so quick to accuse others of it.

  • B. R. Merrick

    Mandy:
    Are the comments you quote really from the article in question, i.e. from http://jezebel.com/gossip/domestic-disturbances/have-you-ever-beat-up-a-boyfriend-cause-uh-we-have-294383.php?

    Yes. For example, one of the last quotes is still visible on the first page, the one that begins “*but i do see the difference between…”

    And I don’t understand how Paul misrepresented anything in this article. Can you elaborate?

  • Mickey T

    “Why are people bothering…….”

    I retract, of course.

  • B. R. Merrick

    Oh, Mickey T. Did you think “Jezebel” was referring to Paul’s article? I was referring to the “Jezebel” website.

  • Mandy

    mongo:

    I have already explained why I think Paul has an agenda: he suggests that the comments section under the article is full of an aggressiveness that is simply not there, at least not as far as I can tell. I would be willing to accept that perhaps I have missed something if he came back and pointed out the exact comments he deemed aggressive, but I can’t help being a bit sceptical given that – and this is the important bit – the only specific comment he actually uses in his article to back up his claim is one that *is* actually there and which has been misrepresented by him.

    Given this misrepresentation, do you really blame me for being suspicious? *Of course* I comprehend the practice of making up stories to feign outrage, I see it happen all the time in all kinds of media. Are you seriously suggesting that it doesn’t? And why should I give Paul the benefit of the doubt given a) the tone of his article, and b) the fact that in his initial response to me he was, again, evasive and refused to point to at least *one* particular comment that could stand as evidence for his initial position?

    • Bewildered

      I think Paul has an agenda

      You definitely don’t have one ! It’s crystal clear from the way you have argued here.

  • B. R. Merrick

    Mandy, do you not bother to read the comments section either?

  • Mandy

    B. R. Merrick:

    So are you saying that there are other pages in the comment section that I am unable to see? Because I looked at the ‘Show all discussions’ bit too and the comments you quoted aren’t there either. Do you actually have a working link that contains the comments in question so I can see them for myself?

    And I have to wonder: if Paul indeed had such a wealth of abusive comments to choose from why didn’t he? Instead he chose the one and only abusive comment that actually is on the page that I can see, and it was so weak that he had to twist it a bit too…..it’s the one about the woman who punched her ex because he showed up at her birthday party with a new girlfriend a week after they had broken up. Paul portrayed this as: ‘she punched him because he had the audacity to move on’, which is slightly different….maybe you would say that this is only a detail, and one that doesn’t justify the punch (and I would agree, it doesn’t), but it certainly places the incident under an entirely different light nevertheless.

    In any case, I still have to wonder: if Paul really had all of these abusive comments to choose from why go for one he had to misrepresent in order to put his point across?

    And I also have to wonder: why do all my comments on here end up hidden? It seems to me that some people can’t handle any criticism and don’t want to even consider an alternative perspective. I thought the point of these comments was to have an open debate and not to childishly be giving each other negative ratings every time something we don’t like is being said.

  • B. R. Merrick

    Mandy:
    So are you saying that there are other pages in the comment section that I am unable to see? Because I looked at the ‘Show all discussions’ bit too and the comments you quoted aren’t there either. Do you actually have a working link that contains the comments in question so I can see them for myself?

    Actually, Mandy, you caught me. I made the whole thing up. That’s about as much sarcasm as I can handle right now.

  • Mandy

    B. R. Merrick: Again with the evasive responses and again with the childish negative ratings.

    If you are interested in having a reasonable debate then I would be delighted. Otherwise, simply don’t bother…no need to push yourself too hard over this, not really worth it, is it?

  • B. R. Merrick

    No, it isn’t.

  • http://avoiceformen.com Paul Elam

    Mandy,

    You were treated with more respect than you deserve. He even went and got the info that you were too lazy to get for yourself.

    Find another website, or post over at the feminist and mangina page. You are done here.

  • http://avoiceformen.com Paul Elam

    If for one second I thought Paul would tolerate this stuff with other writers and commenters at “A Voice for Men,” I wouldn’t write or comment here.

    And you would be quite correct, B.R.. Luckily, since the new site came up I have only had one statement like that. I pulled it immediately and directed any future posts from the guy to the spam filter.

    I have had three of them over at youtube in the two years I have been there. Banned them all.

    This is a good place for men to vent anger, even a great deal of hostility about their experiences with women and feminists. But there is a line here that you apparently won’t find at Jezebel. And fortunately for the MRM, it hardly ever gets crossed.

    Thanks for having more patience with Mandy than I would have.

  • B. R. Merrick

    I noticed that my “Here’s a few of them” comment above has gotten two “Dislike” votes. Are these two conscientious commenters who think that perhaps — since many of the abuse remarks to not specify whether the violence was in self defense — I should not jump to the conclusion that these are remarks about initiatory coercion? Or are these two commenters who are upset that their worldview has been proven factually to be false?

    Given Mr. Futrelle’s behavior lately, I have to wonder.

  • B. R. Merrick

    Paul Elam:
    Luckily, since the new site came up I have only had one statement like that. I pulled it immediately and directed any future posts from the guy to the spam filter.

    That’s great, Paul, but it seems to me that you probably don’t even need to go that far. I noticed one commenter who actually advocated using violence with women to keep them in line. He was promptly down-voted by about 9 people. That shows the strength of character inherent in most of the guys who post here.

  • B. R. Merrick

    Whoops. Messed up the block quoting with that last one.

    :)

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  • Jonathan Mann

    I have two friends that have been hit by violent aggressive women (their girlfriends) and neither of them defended themselves. I was present while my best friend’s ex gf smacked him repeatedly because she suspected him of infidelity, and I remember him saying “if you were a man you’d be dead right now!” And thats just how strong (and naive) most men are. They will endure violent attack without defending themselves simply because they are under the deluded belief that they are doing the “right thing” by accepting an attack in order to make up for a false defecit of violence between the sexes.

    Men are a lot much better character and are far more powerless most people in society realize, and its almost entirely due to feminism. Down with feminism.

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  • HankRazor

    “Down with feminism” – What started with the Suffragists/gettes campaigning for the vote has become muddied on all sides.
    Women who attack and abuse men are equally bad as men who attack and abuse women; gender is not the issue, perpetrating violence against another human being is the issue. But isn’t that what humans do? Isn’t that why there are wars, and brawls? Don’t humans just generally beat on each other because as a species we’re a bunch of violent ba*ds?
    However, it’s more difficult for a woman to rape a man; it’s more difficult for a woman to physically overpower a man in the same way that a man can a woman. Physically men are stronger, and if they can’t get it up then it’s kind of hard to rape them, unless you have something phallic to stick up their ass…oh wait. Yeah.
    Men rape women and men. Men rape. Nevermind your girlfriend slapping you because you stayed out too late and got drunk or whatever, how about when you stick your dick in someone without consent, ‘reasonably assumed’ or not? Try that for a nice dose of trauma. Quit your fucking whining, guys, it’s pathetic. Gender shouldn’t be an issue any more, as I said, it’s about perpetrating harm on another human being. No matter whom.

    • http://www.genderratic.com Typhonblue (Asha James)

      What a disgusting display of abuse and rape apologia.

      How about we try a reversal? Since it’s almost impossible for a man to penetrate a woman if she isn’t wet (much less squirming and fighting him off) obviously women are never raped either. Because, you know, arousal equals consent.

    • Stu

      Quit whining? Gender shouldn’t be an issue anymore?

      LOL

      I suppose you spread that message to every feminist you meet…….right?

    • Aimee McGee

      I’m sure all the male victims of female rape and the female victims of female rape will feel ever so much better to know that it’s not possible HankRazor…sexual violation is sexual violation regardless of the bits involved

    • Deucalion

      You’re the sort of scum that’s enabled feminism to do the damage it has.
      Fuck you, go crawl in a hole and rot.

    • Ohm

      Typical BS from someone who has obviously never been a victim of sexual assault by females. Guess what HankRazor, it’s not fun, especially when you’re accused of an offense you’re a victim of.

      Why don’t you mosey on over to Register-Her and take a good look at some of the offenders… all female.

    • AlexB

      “gender is not the issue” “However, it’s more difficult for a woman to rape a man; it’s more difficult for a woman to physically overpower a man in the same way that a man can a woman”

      “it’s about perpetrating harm on another human being” “Nevermind your girlfriend slapping you”

      Do you seriously not see the contradictions in your comment?Or are you just trolling?I’m assuming the latter since I’ve a hard time imagining that a human being could really be this stupid.

      And what’s so traumatizing about having a dick in you, consensual or not?After all it’s a very natural thing and essential for the continued survival of our species.A slap is probably more harmful and it’s just plain violence.

      How does the above statement sit with you?Violence can range from something of a simple slap to beating someone into a bloody pulp.Depending on the individuals involved and other variables(such as the severity of the incident,etc.) it can be traumatizing for life or it could be simply forgotten by the victim the next day.Same thing with rape, by definition it’s only non-consensual sex while that’s wrong it doesn’t necessarily traumatize a person(regardless of their gender), that depends on the individual and other variables.
      On the flip side I’d invite all these anti-rape/rape hysterical people to consider, by stigmatizing rape as a terrible act of pure evil, are you helping the victims?Or are you traumatizing the victims?I’d imagine one rape victim maybe traumatized for life while another might walk it off in a day(there’s no reason to think it’s impossible), if it was the latter are you doing him/her any favor by telling them they were victims of a terrible crime and should feel terrible?How many people are likely to want to bear the stigma of being considered a eternal victim of a terrible crime?

      “Quit your fucking whining, guys, it’s pathetic”

      How about you take your own advice and quit whining about our ‘whining’?

      Note:Anyone replying to this comment please don’t go hysterical on me.Knee-jerk emotional responses does not help anyone.

    • Kukla

      “What started with the Suffragists/gettes campaigning for the vote has become muddied on all sides.”

      It was much more extreme than that. Also, the wanted the vote but none of the responsibility that came with it (draft, etc.). So it wasn’t about ‘eekwalitee’.

    • Theseus

      Yeah, what Stu said.

      Do you even realize how incredibly stupid it is to say “quite whining” to men talking about their very serious issues, while at the same time defending feminists? Oh yes, I am extremely skeptical that you would level the same admonishment to fems and tell them to “quite whining”

      This is such a look in the mirror, pot calling the kettle black statement that I hardly know where to begin.

      You do realize that the reason you cause fits of laughter when you say this, is because one of the major beefs we have with feminists is that they WHINE and act like spoiled entitled children over some of the dumbest shit all the time don’t you?

      Do you realize how retarded, weird, and idiotic it is for a woman feminist to mock us saying “waaaa” when men typically DON’T TALK ABOUT homeless rates, suicide rates,on the job death rates, incarceration rates, and fathers getting fucked in family court?!! In the meantime this feminist is whining and getting on a soap box about the dumbest shit imaginable, and how her privileged and protected spoiled ass is “oppressed”.

      Do you realize what a fucking moron you sound like?!!!

    • tallwheel

      “Gender shouldn’t be an issue any more, as I said, it’s about perpetrating harm on another human being. No matter whom.”

      I agree 100% with this statement. Apparently, you don’t however. You want to make everything about the violence that men commit and minimalize the violence committed against them. It’s time you applied your own standards to your own arguments. An easy exercise you can start with is flipping the genders in any argument you write before posting it. If you really agree with your own statement above, your own hypocrisy should become clear.

  • Robert St. Estephe

    Juvenal and Horace were men, therefore were rapists. They invented (or at least) were early masters of satire, which made fun of stuff. Therefore they wrote rape jokes and thus were rape apologists. I fact laughing at stuff is probably a sign of being a rape apologist. This must be addressed, so . . . . .

    stop laughing.

  • Darryl X

    Important characteristics of psychopaths and malignant narcissists (feminists) is a lack of analytical skills and logic, the inability to synthesize ideas or “connect the dots”. These characteristics result in an inability to understand abstract ideas (theoretical mathematics or physics for instance) or interpret literary mechanisms like metaphor or simile. They also do not understand things like satire, sarcasm or parody. They can only interpret the world around them at immediate and direct face-value. Psychopaths and malignant narcissists (feminists) are very short-sighted and narrow-minded and are unable to relate two independent ideas. That’s why they flock to professions in which they can wield absolute power and control without having to think about anything or demonstrate reason or analysis. Teaching in public schools, social work, law enforcement, the judiciary, etc… Professions in which they can appeal to an irrational majority or to laws or rules or policies no matter how little sense they make and how destructive they are. This is how I discovered my father is a psychopath and malignant narcissist (feminist). I realized he could not understand satire or metaphor in literature. He cannot connect the dots and synthesize two seemingly unrelated ideas into a new and more accurate representation of reality.

  • Mr. XY

    For some time I have been trying to figure out what in Paul Elam’s past contributed to his writing ability. Was it reading a lot of books? Was it studying people in his profession? Maybe it’s something that comes naturally to him? There are pieces that he wrote that show amazing command of the vocabulary and composition style. I say this as a lead up to my take on this current republished piece (which I remember well).
    The whole thing (in my opinion) can be reduced to this; Elam’s article actually juxtaposed and mirrored the same exact statement “…well, let’s just say it would be wise never to fuck with us.” made by Moressey. The satirical piece turned Moressey’s logic around and all of the sudden none of it was okay with the feminists, now was it?
    LOL.
    I don’t know….maybe, I am way oversimplifying it.

  • Odin

    Typo: “In he spirit of feminists everywhere” => in *the* spirit
    Not sure if anyone else pointed this out. Wonder if this comment will ever be read.

    • https://www.facebook.com/pages/A-Voice-for-Men/102001393188684 Paul Elam

      I read it, thanks.

  • FrayedLace

    Feminists are in a lot of trouble if it turns out that there is some sort of afterlife in which we will be judged.

  • cuatezon

    I used to want to have ‘multi-perspective, intellectual’ debate and fair-sharing on these and similar topics. So in a previous life, (pre-red pill), I’d probably dismiss some or all of Paul and others dialogue on here as harsh, close-minded, etc. I was in denial about what I was experiencing at work, seeing in TV and movies, and living in my personal life/relationships. Abuse & discrimination galore. I knew something was wrong, really wrong; but I didn’t quite know what it was or I couldn’t accept that a good portion of the other gender (and my own gender) were doing what they were doing.

    I would often get verbally pummelled on other sites for sharing anything remotely resembling pro-male/men’s rights perspectives. Either I was ‘shouted’ down, or, intellectually invalidated by articulate feminazis and their mangina slaves, even though on occassion I would agree with them on other issues. It was all-or-nothing. If I did all, then I lost my self-respect (and their respect). If I did nothing for their side, then again, I was pushed out or it was a witch hunt.

    These days, I admire Paul, Dr. T and others who cut these idiots off from posting on the sites anymore. Men really need a haven, a safe place to vent, without being invalidated, shamed, and attacked. While occasionally there may be a comment or article that I don’t completely understand or even agree with, I respect the person’s right to say what they want…because they are a fellow victim and someone who has experienced what I have.

    Anyway, my point is thank you Paul and Dr. T and others for putting these sites up and ‘protecting’ us men, allowing us to have some serenity and peace in a very, very hostile world towards men.

  • Astrokid

    As per the women in this vid, its all fine when they assault a man. But if he defends himself, its abhorrent!
    http://youtu.be/mbNYEVtFuIo
    Top comment:

    Zeid Khan 1 month ago
    This took place in Liverpool. The man has down syndrome. The girl was harassing and beating him because of his disability. You can see she mocks him in her walk and speech. He fought back and the video went viral. The girl has since closed her social media accounts because she was being harrassed for the event, the community shunned her and she lost all her friends. Anyone defending her is a monster themselves. She deserves worse for attacking a mentally disabled person like she did.

    • 4thtroika

      THAT is what equality looks like.

  • onca747

    Don’t worry, I’m 110% sure the femilogues will ignore all trigger warnings and satire tags, and quotemine the buggery out of this article. “Looks, proof Pawl Elum iz EVIL WYMYNZ HATUR!” Because feminists might not understand satire or even fairness, but if there is one thing they do understand, it’s how to play an already rigged system in their favor.

  • Andy Bob

    And so it goes…

    MHRA: states verifiable facts.
    Feminist: accuses MHRA of lying and demands citations.
    MHRA: provides citations and irrefutable evidence.
    Feminist: ignores citations and repeats accusations of lying.
    MHRA: remembers why debating with feminists is pointless – and that they don’t ‘do’ humour.
    Feminist: lobbies to have being confronted with facts redefined as a form of violence.

    Result: feminists reveal, yet again, that their strategy to fight the MHRM is to remain stupid and dishonest.

    MHRAs cheer. (I’m certainly cheering at the much-anticipated return of Mr Merrick.). Thank you feminists. Paul Elam revives one of his most edifying posts. MHRAs get to see that, when attempting to engage with us, feminists’ either erupt into violence, or disappear up their own arseholes. Neither response is particularly original or attractive, but as compelling as ten car pile-up – and very educational.

    Loved it.

  • http://pinterest.com/zetapersei/male-privilege/ Perseus

    One of your great works, Mr. Elam.

    Come here Jizzabelle .. come to daddy …

  • AlexB

    aaaaaaaaa

  • http://pinterest.com/zetapersei/male-privilege/ Perseus

    One of your great works, Mr. Elam.

    Here Jizzajizzabelle .. come to daddy …

  • http://pinterest.com/zetapersei/male-privilege/ Perseus

    One of your great works, Mr. Elam.

    Here Jizzajizzabelle .. come to papa …

  • onca747

    Damn double post.. plz delete

  • http://vilo13.blogspot.com/ Lucian Vâlsan

    Now this is the kind of article that I really enjoy!
    Too bad we now have to make spoiler alerts and pointing out where the satire is and where it is not. Given that we have to do that, it tells a lot about most of our opponents.

    Let us not forget that our opponents believe that men’s rights are not human rights -> consequently they believe that men are not human beings worthy of any (natural) rights. We should not forget that and nobody should forget that. Why do I bring this up? Because I’m sure as hell there will be some comments around here along the lines of: “Ughh, there’s too much anger and angst and angry men and bla bla bla” – well you know what? Yes, there is! But it’s not too much. Not even by far!

    You know what’s too much? The stupidity and the evilness of our opponents! That’s what’s too much!

    This Friday, we’ll talk a little bit about Mr. Fogg on The Voice of Europe with Mike Buchanan. I can hardly wait to listen to Mike with his British talk explaining us the utter rubbish that Mr. Fogg and his ilk are spouting.

  • http://vilo13.blogspot.com/ Lucian Vâlsan

    “Looks, proof Pawl Elum iz EVIL WYMYNZ HATUR!” – :))))))

    Loved that.

  • Kimski

    What is thy bidding, my Master?

    Run Jezebel over?

  • http://vilo13.blogspot.com/ Lucian Vâlsan

    Now this is the kind of article that I really enjoy!
    Too bad we now have to make spoiler alerts and pointing out where the satire is and where it is not. Given that we have to do that, it tells a lot about most of our opponents.

    Let us not forget that our opponents believe that men’s rights are not human rights -> consequently they believe that men are not human beings worthy of any (natural) rights. We should not forget that and nobody should forget that. Why do I bring this up? Because I’m sure as hell there will be some comments around here along the lines of: “Ughh, there’s too much anger and angst and angry men and bla bla bla” – well you know what? Yes, there is! But it’s not too much. Not even by far!

    You know what’s too much? The stupidity and the evilness of our opponents! That’s what’s too much!

    This Friday, we’ll talk a little bit about Mr. Fogg with Mike Buchanan at The Voice of Europe. I can hardly wait to listen to Mike’s British talk about the utter rubbish that Fogg and his ilk are spouting.

    Cheers.