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YouTube -- Turd Flinging Monkey: News: The Thot Who Cried Wolf (TFM 42O)
'They won't give up until every man goes MGTOW. -- France to impose instant fines for street harassment of women https://www.yahoo.com/news/france-plans-instant-fines-cat-calling-women-110204315.html' -- "If you're in the bottom 80% of men, it's illegal for you to talk to women because you're just not attractive enough."
men  women  hypergamy  gynocentrism  feminism  illiberalism 
16 hours ago by adamcrowe
YouTube -- Turd Flinging Monkey: MGTOW: Capitalism & Compassion
'A response video to a critique video regarding Capitalism, and how the ease and wealth created by Capitalism can lead to numerous negative outcomes for a society, not the least of which is gynocentrism.'
rkselectiontheory  "capitalism"  statism  socialism  feminism  gynocentrism  parasitism  welfare  pathologicalaltruism 
17 hours ago by adamcrowe
What's so funny about a men's rights debate?
Some eye opening statistics there - cancer, suicide, assault, murder, homelessness, unemployment, and addiction really *are* men's issues

"There are many different factors causing issues like these, but one thing unites them all. We’re not so concerned about addressing these issues because we’re collectively more tolerant of the harm that happens to men and boys."
feminism  stats 
yesterday by rdormer
Feminism and the refusal of work: an interview with Kathi Weeks – Political Critique
the refusal of work is directed against the system of (re)production organized around, but not limited to, the wage system. There are three points worth emphasizing here. One is that the refusal is directed not to this or to that job, but to the larger system of economic cooperation that is designed to produce capital accumulation for the few and waged work that is supposed to support the rest of us. Second, this notion of refusal doesn’t privilege any one specific form of response, like the work stoppage, but rather designates an aspiration to mount a radical critique of work that could be inclusive of a much longer list of possible stances and actions. Finally, I would also describe the refusal of work as a collective political project over time instead of an individual ethical mandate. The goal is to transform the institutions and ideologies that tether us to the existing world of work, waged and unwaged, which requires the political organization of collectivities. Most individuals as such are not able to simply walk away from employment, so that is not what we are talking about.
work  labour  anti-work  refusalOfWork  autonomism  feminism  UniversalBasicIncome  precarity  exploitation  interview  dctagged  dc:contributor=WeeksKathi  economics 
yesterday by petej
The Woman Who Charted the Last American Wilderness | Outside Online
In 1905, Mina Hubbard completed the expedition that had killed her husband—and beat the pants off his swaggering rival
history  Canada  #YESSS  feminism 
yesterday by Weaverbird
Carrie Fisher once sent a cow tongue to a sexually inappropriate Hollywood producer
After Ross was assaulted by "an Oscar-winning producer" – not Weinstein, but another – Fisher was furious. After the initial shock and fear wore off, Fisher ran into the producer at Sony and delivered him a package.

"It was a cow tongue from Jerry’s Famous Deli with a note that said, ‘If you ever touch my darling Heather or any other woman again, the next delivery will be something of yours in a much smaller box.’”
carrie-fisher  feminism  sexism  #YESSS 
yesterday by Weaverbird
Twitter
Here lies the grave marker of understood as a discourse on equality for EVERYONE…
feminism  from twitter
yesterday by jstenner
Why Are We Still Teaching 'To Kill a Mockingbird' In Schools?
Banning Harper Lee's 'To Kill a Mockingbird' from middle schools is not totally wrong, just often undertaken for the wrong reasons.
racism  usa  feminism  stupid 
yesterday by pankkake

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