Green Berets Targeted After Anonymous Email Exposed Lowered Standards

Article here. Excerpt:

'The anonymous email, signed, “A concerned Green Beret,” accused the leaders of the school of “moral cowardice” for lowering the standards, and weakening instructors’ ability to discipline students as they look to get further through the pipeline.

“[The school] has devolved into a cesspool of toxic, exploitive, biased and self-serving senior officers who are bolstered by submissive, sycophantic, and just-as-culpable enlisted leaders,” the email said. “They have doggedly succeeded in two things; furthering their careers, and ensuring that Special Forces [are] more prolific but dangerously less capable than ever before.”
"Although Micah and I had nothing to do with it, it spoke true to what’s happening in the regiment. This guy Sonntag, who’s basically the one who’s trying to screw us over — he’s trying to make his career about putting a female through the course,” Squires said. He added that he did not oppose women in Special Forces, but opposed lowering the standards.

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Four women arrested after attacking Wendy's employee

Article here. Excerpt:

'Four women were taken into custody after a fight at a Wendy's restaurant in Rochester.

Rochester Police say the fight broke out around 1:15 a.m. at the East Main Street location.

Police say a group of women created a customer problem, which escalated into threats against the employees.

Court paperwork states that the women became upset with their order while in the drive-thru lane. The women allegedly threw their food at the worker, then used a baseball bat to smash the man's car.

When the man went outside to stop the women from smashing the car, the women allegedly punched him and hit him with the bat.'

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Real Men of the World Launch Anti-Soyboy #BoycottGillette ‘Movement’

Article here. Jump the paywall by Googling the first paragraph text. Excerpt:

'It’s Monday, January 14, 2019, and we still can’t have nice things.

Gillette ran an ad you have seen today that is very similar to The Talk in that it doesn’t do much in the way of directly advertising the P&G products in question but does make some general, non-partisan commentary on a larger issue or two affecting our society.
In what may be the most predictable backlash to the backlash we have ever seen, someone on the mighty internet has proclaimed from on high that this campaign is offensive because it tells boys and men that they can no longer be (regular, normal?) boys and men.

The ad above is, in our opinions, pretty clearly saying that the following things are bad: bullying, fighting, being an open misogynist, and making your female co-workers feel like shit while ensuring that they don’t get full credit for the work they do.

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Masculinity mayhem? Fla. college tackles 'violence of gender roles'

Article here. Excerpt:

'An Orlando, Fla. college recently announced a workshop predicated on spreading awareness about “The Visible and Invisible Violence of Gender Roles” as a part of a “Conversation on Justice” initiative.

According to a flyer published by Valencia College, “the workshop will use theater games and other artistic languages to explore the visible and invisible violence generated by gender roles and by ideas about masculinity and femininity.” The workshop, a collaboration of the college and the Peace and Justice Institute, is not only meant to inspire “reflection and dialogue” among its participants, but also calls for them to imagine a “nonviolent gender approach.”

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Female Lawyer Gets Tulane University to Stop Discriminating Against Men

Article here. Excerpt:

'Tulane University has agreed to stop financially discriminating against male students in an unprecedented response to a Title IX complaint made against the school.

As PJ Media initially reported, the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) launched an investigation into Tulane University in August amid concerns that six of the school’s scholarships violated Title IX, the 1972 law that prohibits sex discrimination.

The complaint was filed by Margaret C. Valois, a Virginia Title IX attorney and mother of two sons. Though she typically provides legal counsel to students accused of sexual misconduct, she said she was inspired to file the complaint to fight educational inequity.

"Tulane's implementation of Title IX provides greater educational opportunities for female students than for male students. When opportunities and benefits are offered to one group because of their sex… it is patently unfair," said Valois at the time.'

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Malecare holding conference in Oct. 2019

Announcement here. Excerpt:


8AM – 6PM Saturday October 5, 2019

New York City Prostate Cancer Patient Conference
Talks and Q&A with some of the worlds top Prostate Cancer doctors.

Tickets $35 including the best conference breakfast, lunch and snacks you will ever have.
Several Hotels are providing us special discounts in a variety of price ranges.

Spend a beautiful Fall weekend in New York City and get life saving strategies.'

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P&G Urges Men to Lose Their ‘Toxic Masculinity’ in Gillette Razor Ad

Article here. Excerpt:

'A new ad from P&G razor brand Gillette encourages men to reexamine themselves and the way that they raise young boys. The ad, which is called “We Believe: The Best Men Can Be,” is essentially a two-minute broad generalization about the way that men act and think.

The ad depicts men getting into fights, standing in front of barbecue grills, and verbally harassing women. The ad also heavily features news clips discussing the recent #MeToo movement.

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The unending war against masculinity and men

Article here. Excerpt:

For the first time in its history, the American Psychological Association (APA) has issued guidelines for mental health professionals working with men and boys. That may not sound like a momentous event, but the APA is a powerful body in the US. It has 117,500 members, including the vast majority of practising psychologists, and an annual budget of $115 million. Its guidance documents carry the imprimatur of scientific authority and are hugely influential when it comes to policies and behaviour in public institutions. This edict will be referred to by university administrators when policing sexual interactions on campus, by the courts when deciding who to award custody to in divorce hearings and by HR departments when assessing complaints about male employees. It’s not an exaggeration to say this new guidance will affect the lives of millions of men and boys for years to come.

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Oxford University fellowship that has been women-only for nearly 100 years is forced to include men

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'An Oxford University fellowship that was once exclusive to women has now been opened to male students too after it came under fire for being 'discriminatory'.

The elite establishment decided to change the terms of The Joanna Randall-MacIver junior research fellowship for the first time ever after university administrators felt it breached the 2010 Employment Equality Act.

The fellowship was created in the 1930s by British archaeologist and Oxford graduate David Randall-MacIver in memory of his late wife Joanna Randall.

However the decision made by the university has now sparked a backlash from former recipients of the fellowship.'

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Patricia Casey: 'Men are the new women in world of US psychology'

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'Yes, it's official. Masculinity is toxic. Never mind that 100pc of men probably possess the relevant attributes. In its 'Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Men and Boys', the American Psychological Association (APA) has swept aside centuries of evolutionary and biological studies. The authors claim that their work is based on over 40 years of scientific writing on the topic. The problem is, that while claiming to be scientific, it reads like a manifesto for the ultra-hard-left feminist wing of the Marxist Party. Indeed, the whole document is a political wolf barely disguised as a benign sheep.

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Time to acknowledge our culture’s rising hatred of men

Article here. Excerpt:

'The time has come for all good people to wake up to the long dormant virus of misandry – prejudice or contempt for males. It is lurking in our closets and under our beds and has proliferated and made itself glaringly public in a most obnoxious way. The Kavanaugh hearings exposed this virulent menace that has been hiding in plain sight when Senator Mazie Hirono, D-Hawaii, took the platform and in a no-holds-barred blast of venom and hate told the men of this country they need to "shut up and step up."

Amid a reaction of shock and awe, the cat was out of the bag, the genie out of the bottle, the Jack-in-the-Box sprung; she had just given a loud, strident voice to a vile temperament growing in this country. Misandry has been kept under wraps but proliferates more every day – women openly hating men.

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The skinny on the APA

Article here. So this explains it! Excerpt:

'"This report focuses on the demographic changes of the nation's psychology workforce between 2007 and 2016, and serves as an update to the 2005-13: Demographics of the U.S. Psychology Workforce report by APA’s Center for Workforce Studies. The report is based on data from the U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey, the most comprehensive sample available on the United States population.

Major findings include:

The psychology workforce has become younger in recent years. In the earlier part of the decade, the majority of the psychology workforce was made up of baby boomers (those born between 1946 and 1964). However, in recent years, the number of psychologists within the echo boomer generation (those born between 1976 and 2001) has surpassed those within the baby boomer generation. The mean age for psychologists remained relatively stable between 2007 (50.1 years) and 2014 (50.8 years). In 2015, however, there was a decrease in mean age to 48.9 years.

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Women-only club allows transwomen in effort to be "inclusive"

Article here. Excerpt:

'The Wing, a private networking community and workspace designed for women, has instituted formal membership guidelines, stating on its website that it "is a diverse community open to all."

After its founding in 2016, The Wing quickly expanded from a single New York City outpost to five locations across the country. A San Francisco branch opened in late 2018. Its mission is "the professional, civic, social, and economic advancement of women through community" and expanding "prosperity for womankind," the website says.

Some people have argued that the company's women-focused emphasis excludes trans people and those who identify as non-binary. Proponents of the women-focused format said it helped foster community and prevent harassment. Some of The Wing's decor, a company podcast and branded merchandise cheekily say "No Man's Land."

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F2M transgenderism on college campuses surging

Article here. Flabbergasting. Running this to solicit input. Given the taught anti-white/anti-male stuff common at colleges these days, can anyone speculate on just why so many girls would want to start shooting T? Excerpt:

'For years, college officials have told students gender is a choice. They’ve pressured all students to announce their preferred pronouns on name tags and in emails as gender fluidity is normalized. They’ve celebrated students who choose to transition as brave warriors. They’ve provided the medical tools necessary for students to “transition.”

In fact, a recent column in The Wall Street Journal reports that “health plans at 86 colleges—including those of nearly every Ivy League school—cover not only cross-sex hormones but surgery as well.”

The piece featured the phenomenon of “rapid onset gender dysphoria,” described as overwhelmingly afflicting girls who then receive the full support of the medical community.

Many of these cases can be traced to colleges that are just as affirming.

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Surprise! Women cheat as much or more than do men

Article here. Why polyamory/polysexuality isn't the norm, dunno. Seems silly people keep pretending. Excerpt:

'It's  something we want to have to face, talk about, or even consider. But the truth is that, even in the happiest marriages, affairs can happen. Maybe it’s a close relationship with a coworker that goes too far during a long night at the office. Or an unexpected dalliance on a vacation with friends. Or maybe, it’s a longer-running situation, with one or both parties turning to each other to fill a physical or emotional void left unfilled by their spouses. The fact of the matter is that infidelity is not surprising. What is surprising is, however, is who’s doing the cheating.

“We have this idea socially that men are cheaters, all men are susceptible to cheating, men are dogs, right?” says Alicia M. Walker, an associate professor of sociology at Missouri State University. “But the data tells a very different story”

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