How Mens Rights Groups Use the Rhetoric of 'Equality' to Punish Women

Article here. Excerpt:

'Last month, a federal judge in Texas ruled that drafting only men for military service was unconstitutional. The National Coalition for Men (NCFM), the plaintiff in the case, considers the win a step toward gender equity, but not for the reasons you might think. In a press release announcing the legal victory, the NCFM says that it considers conscription for men "an aspect of socially institutionalized male disposability." The draft, according to the NCFM, is evidence of society-wide discrimination against men.

In addition to the draft, the NCFM lists, among other things, education and family court as other areas where men are commonly discriminated against. Statistical data does not support these claims. In fact, more than 90 percent of custody cases are agreed upon by parents without court intervention—and when the courts do become involved, it's commonly because abusers are using the family court as a method of terror when they sue for custodial rights.

And while men's rights activists hold up women's studies programs and affirmative action as evidence of discrimination against white men, to make that argument, you'd have to ignore that women have had more difficulty competing in academia and the workforce, especially in certain fields, like science, tech, engineering, and math.'

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... MRAs are right. Which helps explain why they so mad at us so much, heh heh heh...

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A woman being treated like a man is indeed punishment for the average woman. You know, doing things like being forced to fight in a war that you don't believe in. Just imagine what it's like to come with limbs missing or suffering long-delayed effects from Agent Orange.

Yep. Being treated like a man is punishment--and equality.

That's why feminists never wanted responsibilities--they feel too much like punishment. Better to have someone else pay the price than for you the woman to pay the price.

"Male privilege" is another word for punishment.

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