An all-party parliamentary group (APPG) report recommending the 'Nordic model' of prostitution, where clients not sex workers are criminalised, has been launched in the House of Commons.
The group, led by MP Gavin Shuker, launched the report Shifting the Burden: An Inquiry to assess the operation of current legal settlement on prostitution in England and Wales.
In it, Shuker says: "In short, we recommend a shift in the burden of criminality from those who are most marginalised and vulnerable – to those that create the demand in the first place.
Russian ice skating sensation Yulia Lipnitskaya astonishing already with her skills, grace, and young beauty, between 2010 - 2012, incredibly aged just 11, 12, and 13.
Julia LIPNITSKAYA SP Cup of Russia Final 2010
Julia LIPNITSKAYA LP Russian National Juniors 2010
Julia LIPNITSKAYA 2011 SP Russian Nationals
Julia Lipnitskaya 2011 Russian Nationals FS
Julia Lipnitskaia JGPF 2011 Gala
Julia LIPNITSKAIA (RUS) - ISU GP and JGP Final 2011
2012 Russian Nationals Julia Lipnitskaya
Julia Lipnitskaya. SP. RU Nats 2011 (HD)
2012 Finlandia Trophy Yulia Lipnitskaya (HD)
Julia Lipnitskaya - World Junior 2012 (HD)
Proof that GAME works :
And here is Johnny being interviewed - some useful advice for newbies :
Chris French and the British False Memory Society are right to be concerned about The Courage to Heal and similar texts that encourage readers to identify themselves as victims of CSA. However, these texts do not necessarily help "victims" to uncover memories of sexual abuse (false or otherwise), but rather they redefine memory to include a range of experiences that most of us would not consider to be memories at all.
These "alternative" or "recovered" memories can take the form of physical or bodily experiences, feelings such as sadness or anxiety, and a whole range of other events or difficulties experienced in adulthood. They are often displayed in self-help literature as checklists of symptoms that the reader is encouraged to identify in their own lives, and include the following taken from The Courage to Heal:
Do you have trouble feeling motivated?
Can you accomplish things you set out to achieve?
Do you feel you have to be perfect?
Do you often feel taken advantage of?
Do you find your relationships just don't work out?
Can you say no?
Do you often have sex because you want to, or only because your partner wants it?
Are you satisfied with your family relationships?
Have you ever been rejected by your family?
It's always seemed to me that 'recovered memories' of abuse are little different to the re-defining of willing adolescent sexual experiences as abuse when an older woman. If the former is now discredited then so should the latter.
As I have pointed out here in the past, the quacks who run the 1in6.org website are some of the chief promoters of recovered memories, something that has destroyed the lives of countless men around the world.
I believe that our primary goal as a men's rights movement that defends male sexuality should be to seek the prosecution of leading feminists for attempted rape.
Last night I was threatened with death by several women via Twitter, for pointing out that 15 year old Russian Yulia Lipnitskaya is one of the most beautiful and graceful females on Earth - something undeniably demonstrated by the global media adultation she has been subjected to during the Sochi Olympics. Those same women, who would like me murdered for admitting this obvious fact, recently tweeted their desire to 'permanently look like a 14 year old Brooke Shields'.
How much more obvious does it have to be that feminist sex hysteria, and the constant criminalization and shaming of male sexuality, is the attempt to further the sexual opportunities of women? Feminists would like to look like 15 year old girls, but if they can't do that (which they can't) the next best thing is to shame and even murder any man who dares to admit that finding 15 year old girls attractive is normal.
Attempting to co-erce another human being into sex is attempted rape under UK Law and under most sensible definitions, both legal and linguistic. This is what feminists are doing, and this is why they are rapists - or would be rapists.
However, one of my readers, the legendary tactical genius and stalwart of the men's rights movement - Human Stupidity - has voiced his concern that he and most people do not, and cannot, 'get' the idea that feminists are rapists. So I thought I'd try to illustrate my case through an analogy. I'm sure there are better analogies out there, and perhaps my readers can suggest others, but this will do for now, that came off the top of my head as I read Mr Stupidity's comment. Here is my analogy and thought experiment - please take the time to read through it once or twice :
Imagine a barman who spikes every alcoholic drink at the nightclub he is working in with a drug that makes most women who consume it develop a paranoid delusion that sex with anyone but a barman is utterly perverted. Further, the drug makes the women believe that sex with anyone but a barman will likely be punished with being brutally beaten and anally raped in prison as a subhuman pervert. Part of the paranoid delusion is the belief that even woman who do not have sex, barmen or no barmen, are treated by society as probable perverts. Women who have not slept with barmen have been accused of being perverts by mobs, and burnt alive by them - or at least the women are made to believe this by the drug. Having sex with barmen, however, is ‘normal’.
As a result, despite the fact that there are far more attractive men in the nightclub, women are thus very keen indeed to have sex with barmen, and unsurprisingly, the barman gets regular sex with female clubbers.
Now imagine that for this drug to work most effectively, it has to be taken by many different women, many times, as its incredible effects are achieved partly by mass hysteria – other women whose drinks have been spiked developing similar delusions which then re-inforce those of other women. Therefore, the barmen are operating something like a ‘sexual trade union’, or as some others might describe it, a ‘cock cartel’. They are all in on this, all over the country – even globally – because they intuitively know that they must all act collectively and regularly spike the drinks of the women they serve with the drug for it to work on each individual woman and for each barman to improve his sexual opportunities.
The drug has a powerful effect on most women, but still the barmen are to some extent playing a numbers game. It’s not a case of spiking one individual woman’s drink and then knowing that she will have sex with him as a result. They have to spike the drinks of thousands of women, and further, to rely upon other barmen around the world spiking the drinks of thousands and millions of other women. And it is important to note that even then they don’t know which woman will ultimately have sex with them. In fact, any woman who does have sex with any individual barman might have had their drink spiked by a different barman. It might even be the case that the woman would have had sex with the barman even if her drink hadn’t been spiked. It is virtually impossible to prove in each instance of sex. We can only say that the barmen deliberately spiked the drinks of thousands of women in order to collectively improve their opportunities for sex by instilling a fear of not having sex with barmen into the minds of women, as well as a false sense of ‘normal’ and ‘perverted’ sexual attraction.
Now are the barmen rapists? I would say obviously they are, and they would be treated as such under most legal rape definitions in most countries, regardless of feminist ‘re-definitions’.
And you can be sure that every feminist on Earth would not hesitate to call them rapists and demand their imprisonment.
Especially if their lives depended upon it.
Last night I was subjected to further death threats via Twitter. Now this in itself isn't anything very remarkable - you're not a real manosphere blogger until Twitter death threats from skanky, violent, bitter ugly American women have become a routine part of your existance. I will describe these particular death threats later in a longer post, but for now they are worth mentioning because their nature has crystalized in my mind three important new rules I would dearly like readers to follow.
The death threats followed my articles on the 15 year old Ice Skating sensation Yulia Lipnitskaya. A group of ugly young(ish) American skanks have taken exception to these posts and declared that we are all 'paedophiles' at this site and publicly called on others to murder us.
Par for the course perhaps, but here's the twist. I took a look through some of their tweeting history and found the following comment :
'I wish I could look like Brooke Shields at 14 - 16 forever'.
This was re-tweeted approvingly by the other skanky hags. So we deserve to be murdered for publicly pointing out the obvious - that 15 year old Yulia is beautiful and any normal man would agree (as evidenced by the global media attention and fawining that she is getting), but those same women openly admit to wanting to permanently look like beautiful 14 year old girls.
And if they can't look like a beautiful 14 year old girl, they would like to have any man who finds beautiful 14 year old girls attractive, to be murdered.
Our good friend Emma the Emo believes that my attacks on 'maladaptive female psychology' make me akin to a radical feminist who hates and shames male sexual psychology because it 'leads to men raping women'.
But here's the difference. Violent rapists have always been a small minority of men. Furthermore, the number of male rapists who are willing to actually kill in order to obtain sex are a tiny minority of even the tiny minority of men who are rapists.
Unfortunately, the majority of women on this Earth not only support legislation and societal attitudes that they KNOW are wrong and evil, in order to improve their chances of obtaining sex, but they are willing to have innocent men murdered in order to improve their chances of obtaining sex.
So here are three important commenting rules that I want readers to follow.
1 - Everything I do here is working towards the goal of having feminist criminals charged with attempted rape, Because rapists, or attempted rapists, is exactly what they are. The attempt to co-erce others into sex is rape, and this was considered rape under English Law, before even feminists existed. They are rapists, not under the 'anti-feminist' definition of rape, and not by their own inflated definitions of rape, but by the definition of rape under English Law. If you do not support this, keep your thoughts to yourself, or you will recieve a permanent IP ban.
2 - If I read the phrase 'men are the real problem' or any other variation of this phrase, you will recieve a permanent ip ban.
3 - If you continually emphasise any other motivation or explanation other than sexual jealousy and attempted rape on the part of feminists for current sex hysteria, you will recieve a permanent ip ban.
Ideology of victimhood
We should be more critically aware of the prevailing ideology of victimhood, which developed in the 1970s, and dominates current thinking. Its mantra, ‘Believe the victim’, sums up the present climate of credulity.
The sociologist Joel Best describes how, ‘as this ideology became accepted by key institutions, it created a victim industry – a set of social arrangements that now supports the identification of large numbers of victims.’[vii] This powerful ideology has seven component beliefs:
- Victimization is widespread;
- Victimization has lasting consequences;
- It is morally unambiguous: the victimizer is exploitative, the victim innocent
- Victimization often goes unrecognized, even by the victims themselves. As Crown Prosecutor Nazir Afzal is wont to say: ‘They don’t know they’re victims.’
- Individuals must be taught to recognize their own, and others’ victimization. This involves a process of re-education. It can amount to a conversion experience, sometimes of a religious intensity.
- Claims of victimization must be respected (‘believe the victim’).
- The term ‘victim’ can be disempowering. The terms ‘survivor’ or ‘recovering’ are preferable.
Victim advocates start with initially modest campaigns, addressing clear-cut, egregious examples of exploitation. Having gained social acceptance, they then typically expand the problem’s domain, to include a much wider range of behaviours, which they deem problematic. Thus, for example, we now operate expansive definitions of ‘abuse’, ‘trauma’, and sexual victimization. The definition of what ‘rape’ means in criminal law has also been expanded.