You may have thought the recent and most praiseworthy campaign by our men’s rights brothers in Canada was about confronting and attacking the shameful demonsiation of men as potential rapists and sex predators. Not so according to TyphonBlue, who has been chosen by the Men’s Human Rights Movement to explain the campaign to mainstream journalists (http://cjme.com/story/updated-mens-rights-posters-pop-saskatoon/121353):
A Voice for Men is behind the posters here and Alison Tieman, who spoke for the group from Kelvington, said the group has the same message as Men’s Rights Edmonton.
“We would like to see an honest look at statistics about sexual assault. We would also like to see campaigns that reflect all sexual assault victims,” said Tieman, who has been a part of the counter-feminist movement for 15 years.
The Edmonton posters that were put up by Men’s Rights Edmonton are a take on the widely-known “Don’t be that Guy” campaign against sexual assault. They read, “Don’t be that Girl…Just because you regret a one night stand doesn’t mean it wasn’t consensual. Lying about sexual assault = a crime.”
“We are supporting the posters that were put up because they draw attention to the fact that the original posters single out men—all men—as potential rapists,” Tieman said.
“The original campaign posters are telling men not to be that guy which suggests that if they hadn’t told them, they would be that guy.”
The original campaign posters encourage female victims of sexual assault to come forward. Tieman said they prevent male victims to come forward because it pins sexual assault, as a whole, on men
Perhaps when she says ‘look again at the stastistics on sexual assualt’ she means looking at the leader of the MHRM’s view that 1 in 6 boys has been raped, and yet only 1 in 1653 women have been raped.
Of course, to anyone with a brain cell, the only practical result of encouraging the victim labelling of boys and men as sex abuse victims is to lead to many more homosexual men to be demonised, incarcerated, and raped and beaten as subhuman nonces – perhaps more even than when homosexuality itself was illegal. That, and the validation of the trillion dollar feminist child abuse industry which criminalises normal male sexuality, and which is leading to a chilling leglislative creep that appears to have no end in sight, and which has already resulted in overcrowding in British prisons and the construction of specialist
death camps ‘sex offender’ jails in countries such as France.