The hashtag exploded on twitter Sunday and was still very active on Monday when Info Wars reported on it. Most comments were simple displays of bigotry which ranged from common misandry such as these:
“My housemate changed supermarkets because the security man wouldn’t stop asking for her number. #killallmen.”
“A guy I barely know tried to hit on me with Smiths lyrics. Then another guy I barely know basically gave me a friendzone rant. #killallmen.”
“Oh, so, worse than
#killallmen are men’s rights activists. Go away and die, all of you. I wish the cold which currently afflicts me upon U.”
To the more extreme tweets advocating violence and mass murder:
#killallmen is a BIT misleading. We’re not going to kill them all, just the majority. A few will be sent to underground sperm farms.”
“Stabbing is not my preferred method for #killallmen, TBH. Too messy.”
“Archery early tomorrow morning. Preparing for when it’s time to #killallmen.”
“Not endorsing that we #killallmen, (some of my best friends, etc), but reducing men to 1 in 4 would solve many of Society’s problems.”
Many MRAs were quick to weigh in on twitter and point out the feminist bigotry and hate. “The women who are tweeting on
#killallmen look like men. Ironic isn’t it??” Said one tweet by The Anti Feminist.
Lucian Vâlsan, Director of Multisite Operations of A Voice for Men, was quick to point out the double standards applied to hate speech touted by feminists.
“If a group of men – or worse, a group of MRAs – would’ve done something like that, the entire society would have demanded their heads on the sticks. Yet feminists can get away with virtually anything – from making a mockery out of genital mutilation to outright calling for the extermination of the male sex” he said. “Some countries put people in jail for even saying something positive about the genocide of Jews – yet when it’s men as a sex, anything goes. If this is not cultural misandry, I don’t know what it is”