First time with new communication method: memes!
To the American man:
What do you mean, discrimination against USA men? - Sources (alas can't find the more up-to-date one).
Brain Banks - after 5 years in prison, FRA: let bygones be bygones.
Results - Rape: with only women raping boys, ignoring women raping boys esp wrt drunk = official Govt. statistics will show: All men are rapists (& that’s all they are. They rape us with their eyes, their laws, & their codes - feminist literature); or close enough. Is the United States the only country where more men are raped every year than women? And what does the Govt do?
Obamacare- debt ceiling raised so oppressed women class who live longer than the opressors & better cared for, can live on avg. 6 years rather than 5. Ask the one(?) Health Officer for men or the 11 for women.
Homeless - unlike UK, there r NO men's DV shelter, there is a pet shelter when DV occurs (gynocentric USA!); but the % of men:women is almost as close as the work-related & suicide death ratio.
UK: Are the 90% of homeless men part of the wage gap myth? Ans: NO, as they'd not have a tax code- so removes the £500/year earning men.
I'd like to write more, but... after coming back from the hospital & night in jail as wife/gf had beaten me (raw testicles) & her unharmed, I have been served notice for a non-molestation charge ex-parte so have to leave the child(ren) look for new accommodation whilst fighting a court case in 10 days - maybe she won't take our child(ren) >200 miles away & I will see them; been let go at work due to affirmitive action, the 3 recent (now p/t, back from 2nd/3rd children) mothers will now be taking over my f/t job - if the laws & charity didn't deem me over-privileged I'd curse this phallocentric society.
You never know which man this could happen to...Anyman!!
Somebody debunk me...
Norwegian government stopped funding gender research (last year) after this hilarious series “Hjernevask” (Brainwash) that was aired on Norwegian tv. 7 episodes, english subtitles http://vimeo.com/19707588 Password: hjernevask
Last edited by rad_student; 06-08-2012 at 20:45.
Yes. A pregnant woman should have the most control, but with that amount of control should come more responsibility for pregnancy etc. It is unfair to declare a man as being equally responsible for a pregnancy when he had such a small amount of control.
(Original post by I love shopping)
A pregnant woman is given full control because it is ultimately her body. It would be immoral for anybody else to dictate what she can or can't do with her body. However, these rights do come with a huge price, which I have already stated several times. And once the child is born, correct me if I'm wrong, but both parents get equal rights, at least I hope so anyway.
Men may have one fewer options of having children, but they are all pretty pain free.
Or to put it another way. It's their body so it's their responsibility to mitigate their risk of getting pregnant, whether that's by using birth control themselves or ensuring that their partner is. The buck stops with them. It has to stop with someone, and the person with the most control whose body this is going to affect is the most logical choice.
Last edited by limetang; 12-08-2012 at 17:42.
And the woman does have the most control. I'm sorry but to say she doesn't is a symptom of you either being ignorant or dishonest. She has more choice of contraception, she has more choice when it comes to post-conception, and has choice when it comes to responsibility after birth.
(Original post by NYU2012)
.... How does the man have 'less' control than the woman?
You're stating that the woman (female)
has to ensure everything; but the man (male) has that same responsibility, since any occurrence of pregnancy would be equally caused by either party.
No, that is an arbitrary choice and is not logically supported.
The woman doesn't have the most control, that is the primary false assumption you've made.
Just because it's her body does not mean that she has the most control over whether or not she gets pregnant. The relevant contextual factors matter as well.
No woman has to give birth or be responsible for a child if she doesn't want to. Fact.
Last edited by limetang; 12-08-2012 at 18:12.