(see also : David Futrelle and the Advocacy of Child Murder)
When I posted my hopes for 2012 a few days ago, I forgot to mention that one of my hopes was that more men’s rights blogs would start appearing that placed the feminist war upon male sexuality at the center of their perspective. At the moment it still feels pretty lonely being a men’s rights activist speaking out unreservedly against ALL sexually self-interested feminist laws that criminalise male sexuality. But the same day I came across the following excellent blog from a Norwegian MRA called Eivind Berge (he posts under his real name) that you should all bookmark :
You might not agree with everything he says, as I’m sure not many of you agree with everything I say here. For example, his latest post is actually an attack on feminist laws that criminalise female teachers who end up sleeping with their male students. I don’t agree with the idea that there are less moral issues involved in female teachers sleeping with teenage boys than the other way around (in fact there are arguments to the contrary – for example that boys mature later than girls). But I do agree that it’s an absurdity that such ‘lucky’ boys are being damaged by having the child abuse victim label forced upon them, and I think that the way forward for MRAs is to highlight the double standards whilst taking care not to victimise boys ourselves in the name of ‘equality’.
Here’s a paragraph from another post entitlted : ‘The Trafficking Trade Groweth‘
Suppose you hire an au pair while making it clear that she is expected to provide sex as part of the deal, which the woman accepts. A perfectly fair exchange, right? I would naturally expect sex from an au pair myself or I wouldn’t hire her, and if she agrees, no reasonable person could object. Unfortunately, we live in a sick society with unbridled feminist power. In the feminist police state of Norway, this is now criminalized as “trafficking.” A man and his wife are now on trial for this exact scenario, and it really makes my blood boil with renewed hatred. Just when you thought we had reached the high-water mark, feminism keeps escalating and inventing new ways of persecuting male sexuality. The feminist police state is on a relentless march towards criminalizing ever greater areas of male sexuality — or in this case, applying existing laws in innovative ways in order to imprison more men. To feminist prosecutor Anne Cathrine Aga I have the following message: The Men’s Movement is watching you, bitch, and we are seething with hatred against you personally and the police state you represent. Actions have consequences. Trials are still (mostly) public and they sink into our collective minds, where they form the basis of future activism. Hate breeds hate — that is a fact of life too smugly ignored by feminists.