Donnerstag, Mai 28, 2015


Österreichs Bildungsministerin Heinisch-Hosek stößt Buben und Männer vor den Kopf befindet die Männerpartei des Alpenstaates. Nachdem die Jungenkrise auch in Österreich grassiert, will die Ministerin wieder einmal nur die Mädchen fördern, weil diese im Fach Mathematik zurückliegen.

Lange nichts mehr von der deutschen Piratenpartei gehört? Das hat Gründe.

Verteidiger der sexistischen Diversity-Beauftragten Bahar Mustafa behaupten, wenn sie sich Sprüchen wie "Kill all men" anschließe, handele es sich dabei lediglich um "ironische Männerfeindlichkeit". Bullshit! befindet die männerpolitische Gruppe A Voice for Male Students.

Dazu passend stellt heute ein feminismuskritischer Blogger eine Argumentation vor, warum es keine moderaten Feministinnen mehr gebe:

So the next time you see an MRA, MGTOW, Red Piller, or average Joe/Jane on the street complain about how whacky feminism is, remember what it is that they’re actually talking about. They’re complaining about the feminism that actually EXISTS in the world. That actually does things, enacts changes, makes policy decisions, writes laws, and maintains an active presence in the universe. They’re not talking about the puff of non-existence that is your precious feminism. So maybe you should give them some slack for attacking something real and dangerous instead of a harmless figment of your imagination. And while you’re at it, maybe just start calling yourself an egalitarian instead. It’ll probably be an equally meaningless title in your hands, but at least people won’t mistakenly confuse you for an actual feminist. That’d be terrible.

Wohin der angeblich "moderate" Feminismus beispielsweise führt, berichtete gestern Betsy McCaughey in der New York Post:

New York’s Democrats are embracing Sulkowicz and her cause. Gov. Cuomo is pushing for passage of what he calls "the toughest law in the nation" against campus sexual violence.

It would make campuses in New York a hostile environment for young men. One misstep and they could find themselves accused of "sexual assault," denied a fair hearing, expelled and unemployable.

The law would apply at all private colleges in the state, extending regulations that Cuomo has already imposed on the state university system.

Everyone should want to prevent rape. But Cuomo’s bill criminalizes normal sexual interactions.

(...) Here’s a "sexual misconduct scenario" Yale University drafted to show students how it’s supposed to work:

"Morgan and Kai are friends who begin dancing and kissing at a party. They are both drunk although not to the point of incapacitation. Together they decide to go to Kai’s room. They undress each other and begin touching each other. Morgan moves as if to engage in oral sex and looks up at Kai questioningly. Kai nods in agreement and Morgan proceeds. Subsequently, without pausing to check for further agreement, Kai begins to perform oral sex on Morgan. Morgan lies still for a few minutes then moves away, saying it is late and they should sleep."

Did you notice any assault? Probably not. But according to Yale, Kai would be guilty of sexual assault and reprimanded, marring his college record.

(...) Cuomo says "as a father of two college-aged girls" he’s making campus sexual assault "a personal issue." But if Cuomo gets his way, as it appears he will, parents with sons should think twice about sending them to college in New York.

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