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CJ writes "The woman accusing NBA star Kobe Bryant of rape will be forced to testify Wednesday about her sex life a move some experts (who are these experts?)fear could discourage other women from reporting sexual assaults, so the feminist media outlets are already crying foul and are concerned that due process might get restored in cases of alleged rape. Women are indoctrinated from early childhood to report any issue that hints of assault, so to say that someone’s history is irrelevant is ludicrous as everywoman knows that she can ruin a man on mere allegation alone today. When one has a rape allegation against them, the media broadcasts his face and name to the world before a verdict is met while the "victim" hides behind a veil of secrecy. The victim advocacy that exists in today’s courts jeopardize any semblance of a fair trial, plain and simple. The media outlets never give someone acquitted of charges much attention. With DNA testing, many men are freed from jail every year, and I bet if a look at the false accuser’s life were admissible in the court room, many innocent men would not have their lives ruined to satisfy feminist jurisprudence and the feminist media spin doctors.
CJ writes "Singer Bobby Brown was jailed for failure to pay $63,500 in child support payments to the mother of two of his children. After being incarcerated for one day (but up to 90 days) in debtor’s prison by Family Court Judge Paula Carey, he paid this court ordered debt. Brown is by no means a role model, or perhaps even a good man, but his life reflects that of many underprivileged men who end up in debtor’s prison (remember the constitution was supposed to protect against this). Now this isn't to say that fathers do not have responsibility for their children, but awarded monthly support payment amounts often exceed the actual costs of raising a child and often resemble punitive damage payments to the mother who has sole responsibility for every decision for the child. The “Spin Sisters” in the media have made sure that Bobby’s imprisonment is broadcasted and set as an example for other men who have similar backgrounds to Bobby. Obey, pay, or jail."
You know, whenever I look at articles like this, I keep being reminded of a name "Daniel Amneus" perhaps if you did a search, you might find out why?
hurkle writes "The tide slowly turns. Of course, this article about a woman getting fired for sexual harassment appears in Yahoo's Oddly Enough section, but it is clear that the PC world of do-nothing-nice-for-anyone-ever is now beginning to backfire on women. The way it's written, everyone involved seems slightly confused that this could actually happen. Hah!
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Rand T. writes ""Spin Sisters: How the Women of the Media Sell Unhappiness and Liberalism to the Women of America" by former Ladies Home Journal editor Myrna Blyth, exposes the predominance of liberal, feminist-leaning journalists in women's magazines.
Matt writes "Well, 'bout time! yahoo is featuring Men's Health Week. A pleasant surprise. The feature links to this page: here"
mens_issues writes "Today I saw a Foley's ad on some of the plasma TV's hanging in the middle of the FlatIron Crossing Mall (Broomfield, CO). This showed a male mannequin admiring a woman who was trying on clothes in the store. A female mannequin next to him then hit him over the head with her purse. Afterwards, he looked humbled while she had a smug smile on her face.
I’m so sick of companys marketing misandry.
Here is Foley's home page."
CJ writes Here is a little good news for men (and women) who like to have a drink now and then. Drinking in moderation appears to reduce heart-related deaths in men with high blood pressure, new research suggests, challenging the belief among many doctors that alcohol should be off-limits to such patients. It is nice to see a contemporary study with a focus on men for a change in the Boston Globe."
Thomas writing now. I've now seen reports on numerous studies indicating that drinking in moderation is good for one's health (typically one drink per day for women and two drinks per day for men). Of course, there are always caveats published with the results. Some of the studies have indicated that wine, especially red wine, is best for one's health. Others seem to indicate that it is ethanol that has the health benefits. Every report that I've read warns about excessive consumption and emphasizes that individual circumstances are of critical importance. In any case, it is good to see this study done with such a large sample of men. 14,125. Wow.
Looks like ol' George is following through, and the results may well be magnificent. (I might actually vote for this guy. That's a mind bender, but a different story. Hell, I might even campaign for him.) This FoxNews.com article reports on how the Bush administration is "following through on a promise to make it easier for school districts across the country to operate girls-only and boys-only schools".
Of course, the article goes on and on about females' educational needs and never mentions how boys are lagging far behind girls in school these days. Nevertheless, this is great news. I went to an all-boys high school. It was one of the greatest experiences of my life, and that was before feminist teacheresses and administratoresses turned schools into bastions of anti-male indoctrination.
It's a lot to say, but I think this education-movement may prove to be one of the most important advances/corrections in American culture in decades.
Sorry. I'm not sure why, but this got posted twice, so I'm deleting the text message here. If you're going to discuss this topic, please do so on the other thread.
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