“Sweden is the country to make fun of when it comes to how feminists are truly screwing things up. Sweden’s Green Party pushed through an initiative for “gender equality” in snow plowing by ignoring heavily trafficked roads (that might favor men), and instead focusing on sidewalks and bike lanes (which favor women).”
Wow, a nice feminist. Rarity :
“As an outspoken feminist, you might expect me to start grumbling about how every day is International Men’s Day.
But why waste time arguing who has it worse, men or women?”
“KIRKLAND, Wash. — A woman who said she had been sexually assault told police that she made up the claim because she was upset over the election.”
Excellent review of The Red Pill :
“A feminist press release for this film could trumpet Cassie Jaye as a Hollywood actress who refused to subscribe to patriarchal gender roles. A mother and daughter team who took on the male Hollywood establishment and won. A woman who refused to be objectified – and stepped onto the other side of the lens.
Instead feminists tried to stop the film being funded because they believed the film could pose a threat to feminism itself.”
“Six years ago, a small group of UK activists held a handful of events to mark International Men’s Day. This year, Men’s Day (which falls on Saturday 19 November this year) has been marked by a constructive debate in the House of Commons, and on Tuesday Parliament hosted the launch of a new coalition of over 50 leading male-specific charities, campaigners and academics – a project that grew directly out of IMD.”
“Feminism has not had the happiest of relationships with IMD. It was supporters of International Women’s Day who first coined the bitchy riposte “everyday is International Men’s Day” and for over a decade leading male feminists like the three Michaels (Flood, Kaufman and Kimmel) have opposed the day and called on people to boycott it.”