This has already been discussed in the comments section to the previous post, but I thought it needed further highlighting - just to show what direction the men's rights movement is currently heading in when we allow creatures like this to impose radical feminist abuse theory onto OUR cause.
If you think about it a good portion of the men who are saying things like “you got lucky” were likely victims themselves. Since they can’t hope for any kind of help with dealing with their victimization, saying “I got lucky” is a way of distancing themselves from the pain and closing it off from every day reality.
And the ones who weren’t victimized live in a society where their consent is effectively meaningless; they are sexually available to women whenever women want, regardless of their own wishes. Subconsciously they are aware of this reality and when you’re in a society where a woman can sexually exploit you whenever she wants with legal and social impunity, perhaps the only way to defend yourself psychologically is to pretend you don’t care about consent in the first place. It’s not like men’s consent is something that society’s going to respect any time soon.
Of course, TyphonBlue and her colleagues believe that virtually every boy and man has been 'raped' and 'abused' by a woman at some point, thus it would be hardly surprising if she is correct on this point - yes, a lot of men who disagree with feminist abuse labels have been 'abused', and that 'fact' would tell us absolutely nothing. Similarly, if you have worked as an alcohol addiction counsellor in your formative men's rights days, it would be unsurprising if you came across several broken wrecks who claimed to have
gotten lucky been sexually abused by women as teenage boys, and furthermore that they use that experience as an excuse to divorce their own responsibility from their failed adult lives. Naturally, you won't hear of the thousands of highly successful men, and millions of functioning adult males, who were 'abused' as teenagers , because those men do not need that rationalisation. But if the sexual abuse of boys is as prevalent as the leaders of the men's rights movement would like you to believe, then a massive segment of the male population ought to be traumatised beyond repair, beyond the ability to function as healthy adults. This doesn't appear to be the case to me, at least not outside the USA and the UK, and given that these two countries have the greatest paedohysteria in the world, the most stringent feminist laws 'protecting' children, and the most 'paedophiles' safely locked up to be beaten and raped, you would assume that these countries would suffer from the lowest rates of child sexual abuse in the world and hence the least fucked up adult population. Lol. As someone who has escaped from feminist/media hysterical talk of dead male celebrities being involved in satanic abuse cults, and spent 3 happy weeks by the meditteranean in a very civilised land, I can safely vouch that this is not the reality.
When the likes of TyphonBlue are allowed to sprout such radical feminist ideology that literally is jailing hundreds of thousands of men as the worst subhuman monsters on the planet, as well as leaving thousands of young 'victims' traumatised through abuse labelling and forced therapy, and yet at the same time the father of the modern men's rights movement is no longer welcome, then perhaps it is time to take a step back and calmly consider if there are indeed some real issues that need addressing here.
The last word here goes to Eivind Berge :
While many so-called MRAs these days sadly are busy promoting the feminist sex abuse industry as long as it upholds equal injustice for women as well as men, I direct my activist hatred squarely where it is deserved at the feminist sex abuse industry itself and its core values. Those core values are hatred of normal male sexuality, plain and simple, and the only rational thing for men to do is to band together and fight back against the abuse industry.
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