Feminism and gender bias
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Feminism and gender bias

Anti-male bias by Australian police and courts.

A man falsely accused of rape by a cunning, manipulative woman spends 4 months in a maximum security jail.

Sarah Jane Parkinson dabbed at her dry eyes with a tissue. Pale-skinned, her long, shiny brown hair neatly pinned in a bun, a pair of horn-rimmed glasses lent her a bookish air, but her show of ­empathy seemed too ­little, too late. Sitting quietly inside Canberra magistrates’ court, she listened to the family who had ­welcomed her into their home tearfully describe the devas­tating emotional and financial toll of an ordeal that began when she falsely accused her former fiancé, ­Daniel Jones, of assault and rape.

Profoundly moved by the victim impact statements, magistrate Beth Campbell acknowledged the terrible consequences of Parkinson’s “incomprehensible, wicked behaviour”. Jones, a former ACT prison officer, found himself incarcerated in Goulburn maximum security jail for almost five months, fearing for his life. His parents, married for 32 years, separated under the strain, remortgaging their home for a fight that ultimately cost them $680,000. Police spent an estimated 900 hours investigating multiple false allegations against Jones and later his father Ian, diverting scarce public resources. Most disturbingly, ­Parkinson’s deceit made a mockery of genuine domestic and sexual violence cases.

 

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The feminists’ war on white males

 

 

Decades of a virulent anti-male narrative by radical feminists have resulted in negative stereotypes of males being embedded in our culture. If you are a white, heterosexual male who hasn’t succumbed to political correctness and therefore can still think for himself, you are probably sick of the put-down of men in TV commercials, sitcoms, and movies and the outright slandering of men by the domestic violence industry.

The world’s cultural dialogue is dominated by feminists complaining that men have all the power, yet the truth in most Western countries is that many of our laws, attitudes and social conventions make life tough for men, even going so far at times to demonize men.

How many times have you watched TV commercials and sitcoms depicting males as dim-witted, bumbling oafs outwitted by smug, all-knowing females?[i]

Or TV shows such as Criminal Minds that routinely depict males as violent, sadistic and depraved serial killers?

And what about SVU: Special Victims Unit, where the overwhelming majority of perpetrators are male (and usually white)?

Many men are incensed at their treatment in the courts and in police proceedings.

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How a civilization commits suicide

"WHAT you're seeing is how a civilisation commits suicide," says Camille Paglia, the self-described "notorious Amazon feminist" tells a journalist in an interview with The Wall Street Journal.

Her indictment  is wide-ranging: The military is out of fashion; Americans undervalue manual labour; schools neuter male students; opinion-makers deny the biological differences between men and women; and sexiness is dead.

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World's greatest dad

World's greatest dad

Tired of all the male put-downs and feminist propaganda about "dead-beat dads"? Then the following heart-warming story about a father's love for his son will bring a tear to the eye.

It is by Rick Reilly, of Sports Illustrated. The photos are from Team Hoyt's website.

"I try to be a good father. Give my kids mulligans. Work nights to pay for their text messaging. Take them to swimsuit shoots. 

"But compared with Dick Hoyt, I ...

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