Article here. I found this article that speaks volumes. I am not a Muslim but this certainly explains how the west has not only been loosing its people but also the dominance it once had over the world when men were in charge and the society was stable. Look at all the feminized nations (western Europe, Scandinavia, etc). The moment Russia screams they start scrambling and looking for the USA. Sadly, in the coming years, the USA could be in a similar situation. The rise of BRICS is a big event happening today. Excerpt:

'If the projections of the United Nations are to be believed, the West is dying a slow death. 

In 2000, Europe had a population of 727 304 000. In 2015, it will have shrunk to 704 506 000. By 2020, it will be 694 877 000. In 2000, 13.8% of the population was aged between 15-24, yet by 2020, it will be just 10.2%. Meanwhile, the percentage of the population over 60 will rise from 20.3% to 26.4%. A similar trend is occurring in America, with the UN predicting the percentage of people 15-24 falling from 13.5% to 12.6%, buoyed only by immigration. Similarly the percentage of people over 60 will jump from 16.2% to 23.0% in just 20 years. 
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Andrea Dworkin, author of Pornography: Men possessing Women, claimed that marriage was nothing more than a refined form of rape: 

"Marriage as an institution developed from rape as a practice. Rape, originally defined as abduction, became marriage by capture. Marriage meant the taking was to extend in time, to be not only use of but possession of, or ownership."

Writing in WOMEN: A Journal of Liberation, in Fall, 1969, Linda Gordon elucidated clearly the object of the feminist struggle and the reasons: 

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Article here. Excerpt:

'Top White House officials had an hour-long meeting with a group of scholars and activists calling for the inclusion of girls of color in President Obama’s signature racial justice program known as My Brother’s Keeper. The meeting included the Rev. Al Sharpton, who has championed MBK, and top activists and academics who signed a letter criticizing the initiative for focusing on boys and young men of color without a corollary for girls of color.
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Announced in February, MBK is a $200 million dollar public-private partnership, that will direct resources and attention to boys of color, who statistically have high incarceration and drop-out rates.  The White House released a 60-page task force detailing some of the barriers and difficulties young men of color often face. Obama first announced his intention to address the social problems of young men of color in the wake of the verdict in the Trayvon Martin case, which sparked anger among many, particularly African Americans.'

Article here. Excerpt:

'In 2008, Tory leader David Cameron pledged to give a third of ministerial places to women by the end of his first parliament. Back then, 2015 must have seemed like a long way off. But here we are, 50 months into his 60 month fixed-term tenure and that target is a long way from being met. Before this shake-up, women make up just a fifth of the total ministerial list and a paltry 14% of those in Cabinet.
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However, despite the importance of this short-term improvement, it is crucial that all parties continue to scrutinise and take firm action to improve the status of women in their own ranks, and to challenge and address the wider culture in both Westminster and the media that puts women off entering, and staying in the profession.

A report published on Monday by the APPG on Women in Parliament once again highlights the many hurdles women face when entering elected office – from discrimination at the selection process (where a survey of 144 sitting and former MPs found a whopping 67% faced discrimination during their selection process) to un-family friendly sitting hours and the deeply sexist culture that continues to pervade the Westminster bubble.'

Article here. Excerpt:

'David Cameron is open to the idea of the eventual introduction of all-women shortlists on a voluntary basis, senior Tory sources have said, amid fears that the party could fail to boost its number of female MPs at next year's general election.

On the eve of his final planned reshuffle before the election, in which the prime minister is expected to promote a number of women, the controversial issue of all-women shortlists returns to the agenda as a cross-party group raises the prospect of "prescriptive quotas".
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Cameron hopes that promoting women to important posts at all ranks of his government will show that the Tory party is modernising. But there are fears that the party is falling behind in the selection of women candidates in parliamentary seats.

Amid concerns that Labour and the Liberal Democrats are selecting more women for safe seats, Cameron has put the Conservatives' chairman, Grant Shapps, "on the case" to get more female candidates into winnable seats.'

Article here. Excerpt:

'Having covered North Carolina legislatures since the 1970s, I have come to the conclusion that budget negotiations could be resolved much more quickly with one simple solution.

No one should be allowed to participate in the budget negotiations unless they are wearing makeup and heels. That is, men should be barred from budget negotiations and replaced by women.

I come to this conclusion after following the House-Senate budget negotiations last week in which the Senate walked out and in which there were threats made to stay until Christmas.
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An agreement would be reached in no time, and the legislature would go home. But that would deprive the guys of days and maybe weeks of more posturing, jaw flapping and chest bumping.'

Story here. NSFW due to pics with above-waist nudity. Excerpt:

'Yesterday, Femen took their topless fight for “total victory over patriarchy” to the Tour de France as it zoomed through London. I was told that the group would be in Westminster at 3 PM. Uncertain what bicycles have to do with the oppression of women, I went to check it out.

As it happens, it probably had very little to do with the tour. This was just a public arena guaranteed to be packed with people. But when I got to the statue it wasn’t all that busy. No more busy than, say, Oxford Street, or a particularly busy deli during lunch hour.
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“You’re hurting me!” screamed an activist. Maybe she was. But the cops appeared to be treating them calmly and gently—if anything, with a vague air of boredom. The photos turned out like a fantasy sorority pillow fight from a bro movie, only with a frisson of police brutality. But being there IRL, it all felt fairly prosaic.'

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Related: Paris prosecutors seek fines against Femen over Notre Dame protest:

'Prosecutors in Paris have asked for nine members of Femen to be fined 1,500 euros each for damaging a bell in Notre Dame cathedral.

The trial is the first in France against the feminist group, following their protest in February last year against former Pope Benedict and homophobia.

Three security guards also face charges of using violence against the women.'

Article here. Excerpt:

"'Giff Gaff’ – which claims to be run ‘by you’, but is actually a loss-leading front for O2 – bars access to any site that criticises the extreme political dogma of misandric feminism.

The big mobile provider, which is popular with young customers because it’s so cheap and easily available, has ‘false-flagged’ at least ten sites that campaign for gender equality

They’ve censored at least one democratic political party’s site, a popular You Tube Channel contributed to by pioneering equity feminist Erin Pizzey, and any number of open discussion forums offering factual rebuttals of the nonsense statistics churned out by lying misandrist feminists to back up their bigoted ideology."

Article here. Excerpt:

'Fargo, ND - Families Advocating for Campus Equality (FACE) [link added], a newly formed not-for-profit organization dedicated to ensuring fairness and due process for all parties involved in allegations of sexual misconduct on college campuses, was officially launched today, it was announced by Sherry Warner Seefeld, president and one of the organization’s co-founders.

Organized by three mothers from around the nation whose college-student sons each suffered the ordeal of false accusation and subsequent entrapment in a web of injustice, FACE will, through education and dialogue, work to raise awareness of the challenges presented under current university hearing procedures while actively seeking, in the interest of justice, to bring about effective change in the ways campuses respond to sexual assaults.'

Story here. Excerpt:

'A 36-year-old woman who had sex with a 12-year old-boy has been jailed for 10 years.

Joy Leaann McCall, from Ocala, Florida, had sex three times with the young boy who was the same age as her own children.

She was given 10 years in prison for each charge of lewd or lascivious battery on a child between 12 and 15 but told the sentence would run concurrently.

McCall pleaded guilty to the second degree felony charges and was given a 134 day credit for time already spent in jail.

The court heard that the 12-year-old, who has not been named, told police that he received Facebook messages from the woman.

He said the messages 'continued to get more heated' and he later received photos of her posing in underwear.'

Article here. Excerpt:

'Everyone is always pretty concerned that men accused of sexual misconduct will have their lives ruined, but it looks like these guys aren't just avoiding the many consequences of those accusations – they're actually flourishing!

Why is it – in a culture purporting to take allegations of sexual assault and harassment seriously – that victims suffer more social punishment than their accused attackers?
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Given all this, it seems odd that we continue to worry about the reputations of men who are accused of sexual wrong-doings.

Until we shame attackers with the same contempt that so many people reserve for women who come forward – until we shift the disdain from victim to perpetrator – rape, sexual assault and harassment will continue to run rampant and predators will continue to attack. Because why wouldn't they?'

Article here. Excerpt:

'There was a predictable feminist backflash on Twitter yesterday when Tatler magazine published flirting advice for 13-year-old girls to cynically deploy on unwitting middle-aged men.

These “utterly irresponsible” and even “borderline criminal” teen tips encouraged pubescent girls to “flirt with friend’s dads” in return for life’s essentials, such as “swanky” holidays to St Tropez, or invites to “country weekends”.

Naturally, these bizarre, almost otherworldly, “social seduction techniques” were universally decried as “potentially dangerous” for young women.

But, tellingly, absolutely nobody spoke up about what it might mean for the men on the receiving end.

Sadly, we live in an age where the rabid, paedophilic paranoia surrounding Operation Yewtree stalks our land in a way that's reminiscent of how McCarthyism hunted out reds under the beds in 1950s Cold War USA.'

Story here. Excerpt:

'The woman who accused Conor Oberst [link added] of raping her when she was 16 years old has offered a public apology today for her claims. This news comes just a week after the false rumors that the Upside Down Mountain singer had been dropped by his label, Nonesuch, in response to the allegations. A note from a representative for Oberst says that Joanie Faircloth has issued an official statement admitting that she lied in a post on the xoJane comments section, blaming the accusation on a "difficult period in [her] life," when she was trying to deal with the illness of her son. The SPIN cover star filed a libel suit against Faircloth, and as of last week she had yet to appear in court. The full text of the statement from Oberst's representative, including Faircloth's apology, is below.
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In February Mr. Oberst filed a libel complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York asserting that the only relationship between the two parties was one of artist and fan; Ms. Faircloth had no physical contact with Mr. Oberst at the Durham, NC show she claimed was the location of the alleged sexual assault."'

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Not an MRA page? Doesn't have to be. :) Just knowing that today's women are increasingly seeing modern feminism for what it is feels good.

Story here. Excerpt:

'The lawsuit filed by engineer Nan Shi says that her boss, mobile exec Maria Zhang, forced her into sex and then punished her with lousy performance reviews when Shi put a stop to it, reports the San Jose Mercury News.

When Shi reported it to Yahoo, the company put her on unpaid leave and eventually fired her, according to the lawsuit. It names Yahoo as a defendant, reports Reuters.
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Both women joined Yahoo last year when it acquired a company founded by Zhang. Shi, a native of China, says Zhang ordered her to move into Yahoo housing in Sunnyvale, Calif., and soon moved in with her.

Yahoo is sticking by Zhang and says it will "fight vigorously to clear her name."'

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