Peter Wright sheds light on what is to come in the world of men and psychology. The time for change has come, and the people have arrived.
Psychotherapist Tom Golden has spent many years treating men in need of help. He finds much of his own profession greatly lacking both in terms of how they treat men who are suffering, but even in how they bother to research men’s issues. He begins his exploration here in Part 1 of an ongoing series: Misandry in Psychology.
I feel it is important to start sharing my story in order to shed light on the women who are not held accountable for the mental and/or physical destruction they inflict upon their children. My mother’s anti-male brainwashing, albeit uncontrived in the sense that she wasn’t smart enough to be intentionally devious, was unprecedented. And for what? To have a lifetime of emotional control over her sons?
The only women who are going to be invited to the peace negotiating tables are women who can be just as ruthless, uncaring, spiteful, greedy, and violent as the men who are sitting there. In short, the really nasty sort of feminists. To be more specific, not the sort of women who are truly anti-war.
Everybody’s got an opinion about how bullying starts. Apparently, the best the educrats in charge of your brats have been able to come up with is inventing a new term for kids who kill themselves instead of being subjected to further bullying: bullycide