Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Favoring Women Is Good for Business

Sunday, December 26, 2010

The Mangina

After reading a discussion on The-Spearhead.com I began to realize how important it is to define more clearly the phenomenon of the Mangina.

http://www.the-spearhead.com/2010/12/21/all-we-have-to-do-is-stay-male-and-fail

We have to accept that male value in sexual selection is external and as such we are the primary variable from which to choose. This being the case men will always be a class divided in this gender war we find ourselves in. Mangina is the term MRAs use to identify men who support an anti-male stance because it is male biology to do so. Mangina is a very important designation for men who (because of our lack of inherent value and as the variable in sexual selection) take the side of feminists in order to be worthy of women and thus mating opportunity.


We will find ourselves on two sides of the fence for this very reason. Men like Garcia join the women’s team. He is adapting to be selected for by females. In MRA vernacular it’s called a “Mangina” though I believe we should take from Paul Elam’s dichotomy and begin to use something more palatable as we move forward. Anyway, the point is that men WILL NEVER organize as a collective class for our interests as women are able to do, it is simply biology at work… It is important that we define and recognize this phenomenon.

It is important that we begin to deconstruct the Mangina into respective components or “tells” so that the MRA can define and identify them. A major one being that NO CULPABILITY OR CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM IS ALOUD IN REGARD TO WOMEN, this is always the most definitive give away. The mangina phenomenon is something unique to male biology in regard to sexual selection.

Moving forward it is important that we define the Mangina so as not to delegitimize our argument into ad-hominem when we identify such a man. This is very important.

More examples of a Mangina: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/arjuna-ardagh/the-art-of-goddess-worshi_b_772726.html#postComment

Extract:

-"Even if you've never disrespected the feminine yourself, the first step is still to say "I'm sorry. I'm sorry for what we have done. I'm sorry for what my gender has done. And I come to you with a fresh start."



I think as male studies moves forward, men will be able to slowly but surely reconstruct history to reflect reality. A real holocaust has happened here and it is up to men to rebuild from the rubble.

“The first took place less than 100 years ago with suffragettes demanding the right to vote. At that time men moved from denial and ridicule, to violent opposition, to acquiescence and finally to support.”

Actually IN REALITY, the largest objection to women’s right to vote was OTHER WOMEN. Men never organized against women’s REQUEST to vote.

It is the job of MRAs to set the record straight and to develop concrete and factual historical curriculum in male studies. The male gender owes women an apology for nothing. Men are limping around wounded and confused from the gender war battle field. We need to collect our wounded and evacuate them to the small plot of territory called Male Studies to nurse men and boys back to health from the gendercide that has taken place against us.
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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Dear Supporters of Male Studies



From The Foundation for Male s Studies

Dear Supporter of Male Studies,

As the holidays approach, there has never been a better time for good spirit and for supporting a good cause - especially one that affects our entire population. The Foundation for Male Studies needs your help in putting an end to a serious, harmful trend in our society.

There is a rapidly-growing divide between genders happening right now. And it is everywhere—in our educational foundations, families, employment, our legal system and health care.

Looking at what is happening to boys and men, it is apparent that this divide is not limited to any one continent but now spans the globe.

Statistics paint a grim picture of what is happening to boys and men today:

According to the US Census Bureau, more women are going to college today than they did a decade ago, while the percentage of men attending college is decreasing relative to women. The number of females enrolling in college after high school increased by 20 percent from 1967 to 2000, while the number of men has decreased by 4 percent. This, combined with women graduating at a significantly higher rate than men, currently result in 1.5 million more women than men graduating from college each year. The psychological and sociological consequences of this have not been fully assessed, but are appalling and potentially harmful to our society;

More than two million adult males, over nine times the two hundred thousand adult females, are now in state and federal prison, according to the Pew Center on the States. This represents the highest incarceration rate along the industrialized nations;

The suicide rate for males is 300% higher than that of females, according to the National Institute for Mental Health. From the most recent data available, there were 24,672 male suicides and 5,950 female suicides during that year;

Boys regularly fail academically, repeat grades and are punished more often than girls in elementary and secondary schools; Boys are expelled from high school in record numbers, and in some districts have only a 50% graduation rate; Men accounted for 82% of the US jobs lost in the current economic downturn and now for the first time in US history comprise a minority (49%) of the nation’s work force—according to the US Department of Labor;

At last accounting, the National Institute of Health established that government grant monies at all levels devoted to the study of health problems (physical and emotional) unique to women totaled $3.4 billion, while those grants specific to general health problems suffered by both male and female totaled only $340 million;

International politics continue to require the service of American males in the military. Those who die or are maimed become an outgrowth of the attitude that males are disposable;

Our legal and family systems fail to honor the importance of men in families by awarding 90% of custody of children to mothers, effectively limiting fathers from family participation;

Boys now represent 73% of children diagnosed with learning disabilities and 76% of those classified as emotionally disturbed—according to the US Department of Education;8 out of 10 children being medicated for behavioral problems are boys. Often these drugs are prescribed to quash the kinetics of boys in schools, while the real problem lies in the schools themselves—geared to the learning styles of girls.
How can we start turning things around for the benefit of everyone in our increasingly global society?

A better understanding of boys and men in their physical and psychological lives will have a profound impact, and this is the fundamental objective of the Foundation for Male Studies. We are working to foster intellectually rigorous and groundbreaking research on the state of males throughout the world.

And by helping the Foundation for Male Studies with a tax-deductible gift, you will be personally responsible for making a change which will help our sons, fathers, brothers, grandfathers, husbands, and uncles, as well as the women in their lives.

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The Foundation for Male Studies

333 Mamaroneck Avenue – 444

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We are working hard to address the gap in scholarship and scientific research that exists between the study of males and females. We are investigating, reporting on and teaching about the state of males within disciplines including anthropology, biology, economics, education, law, literature, law, media studies, medicine, political science, psychology, public policy and sociology.

Some of the crucial projects The Foundation for Male Studies is planning or actively working on:

Dr. Judith Kleinfeld's US study of Alaskan youth, No Map for Manhood revealed severe difficulties in the life-coping skills of boys graduating high school. The Foundation for Male Studies seeks to create educational programming to reverse this trend;
To organize conferences that bring scholars together to create courses and programs at colleges, which will increase our understanding of the educational and life needs of men and boys;
To create educational courses directed at changing public policy and achieving urgently-needed reform at schools and family courts;
To use Webcast technology to reach the greatest number of professionals, academics and researchers, and create a network of scholars and scholarship relating to the needs of men and boys;
To create studies that promote the understanding of fatherhood, and the place for males in the family;
To fund an international symposium that will lay the groundwork for the creation of a Male Studies Department or Chair at a major educational institution;
To fund the creation of department of male studies at a major educational institution;
To fund the creation of a Chair of Male Studies at a major institution of higher education.
We face significant challenge to carry out this work. Getting the attention of universities, professional organizations and corporate and philanthropic organizations worldwide is a daunting and costly task.

That is why we desperately need your help.

Former Congresswoman Barbara Jordan once wrote: “I believe that women have a capacity for understanding and compassion which a man structurally does not have, does not have it because he cannot have it. He’s just incapable of it.” This remarkable statement is one example of the views of those committed to the hatred of males. Such voices are already inside the very institutions we trust. Matters are not improving.

Please send us your gift in any amount. Whether $5,000.00 or $5.00, your gift will be wisely invested in meeting enormous and crucial objectives.

Simply visit http://www.malestudies.org/donate and fill in the form to choose your gift online. You can also mail a check here:

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We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, so if you donate before December 31, your gift is fully tax-deductible for your 2010 tax returns as allowed by law.

Looking Forward,
Edward M. Stephens, MD

Breastfeeding and Male Development

I read an interesting article (link below) that indicates breast feeding helps boys brains develope in ways and proportions that are different from girls. It shows that breast fed boys make better grades in school. I'd like to know more about this. The same variable was not found to be a correlated with girls.

I've also read studies which show that boys whom come from fatherless homes fair worse in school than girls from fatherless homes.

Combine such factors with all the special programs, funding, Affirmative Action + Title IX policy for girls and you will have the current results i.e."The Boy Crisis" in academic achievement.

We also need to look into the rise in Autism and other factors.

The Y chromosome is susceptible to mutation and as such it is more vulnerable to environmental toxins, endocrine disruptors, dioxins, synthetic and phyto estrogens along with other toxins. All these things have had severe detrimental effects upon males.

Sperm counts have declined 40%! The human species is well on its way to extinction.

The female XX is our base blueprint. It has cross redundant backups to prevent damage to this.

It is my contention that if we do not focus on male health and factors which affect males and the Y chromosome there will be dire consequences to the human race.

http://www.upi.com/Health_News/2010/12/20/Breastfeeding-linked-to-better-grades/UPI-75281292895623/

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Women Devote All New Heathcare Funding To Themselves

A Syndication from Yahoo News:

Does Obamacare discriminate against men?

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi famously told the American people that Congress needed “to pass the [Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act] so that you can find out what is in it,” and with each passing day Americans are learning more and more about what their government has planned for them.
Among the many expressed frustrations of the new health care law’s opponents has been the addition of more unwieldy bureaucracies to the already bloated federal government. The massive law creates 159 new government agencies.

Of the many new boards, agencies, and programs the law creates, those implemented for the benefit of women are among the most common, a fact some say renders the law inherently unequal.

There are at least 7 new agencies and departments devoted solely to women while there is not one office for men or male specific ailments. Men’s health advocates long have pushed for an Office of Men’s Health to act as a companion to the Office on Women’s Health, established in 1991. Instead of rectifying that disparity, the new health care law intensified it.

Diana Furchtgott-Roth, a senior fellow at Hudson Institute, has been critical of Obama’s gender policies, charging that his administration has pushed initiatives that favor women over men. According to Roth, the health care bill was no different.
“[The women’s] lobby is very well funded, active and vocal. It is really paradoxical because women in many ways are doing better than men, so for example, if you do a search in the health care bill there is not one mention of ‘prostate’ and are over 40 mentions of ‘breast’ and men are tax payers, they should get equal health treatment,” Roth told The Daily Caller Hadley Heath, health care policy analyst at the Independent Women’s Forum, said that women got more consideration because it was politically expedient.

“Women came out big in 2008, and they were a very big voting bloc for [Obama],” Heath told TheDC. “Women as voters really care about health care, health reform because we often make decisions for ourselves, our families and dependents about health care. So clearly this is an issue that is important to women, women are important as voters to any politician.”

Roth stressed that the high number of women’s agencies and lack of corresponding men’s offices was not just a symbolic display of inequality, but one that would have real world repercussions, namely in the distribution of research funding.
“What is interesting is that all these offices for women in the health care bill, that generates grants for research of women’s health issues,” Roth said. “So it is not just that they have those offices, but those offices are accompanied by pots of money for research. So it means that they are skewing the research in favor of women over men.”

Scott Williams, vice-president of the Men’s Health Network, told TheDC that women have done a fantastic job raising awareness for their health concerns and have left men in the proverbial dust. Williams believes that much of the blame for the lack of focus on men lays squarely at the feet of, well, men. “I think for years the women’s health movement and women’s health advocates have been a lot more effective than we have as men’s health advocates,” Williams said. “They certainly beat a louder drum than we do. So I think the onus is on us to make more noise but I think it is also a lack of awareness around men’s health issues in general.”

Williams added that while the current agencies are doing good work, men’s health needs more attention.“People don’t understand that men on average live about 5 less years than women. That 1 in 2 men and 1 in 3 women in their lifetime will be diagnosed with cancer. That men lead in 9 out of the 10 top ten causes of death. When you look at the data and the facts it is really not part of the debate in health care and I think those are statistics and facts that need to be brought to light,”
he said.

But men’s health advocates are cheering any victory they can get. Williams said that one of the most exciting pieces of legislation passed this year was the Indian Health Care Improvement Act (IHCIA) because it created an Office of Indian Men’s Health to mirror the existing Office of Indian Women’s Health within the Indian Health Service. Advocates see the Act as the first step toward their larger vision of an Office of Men’s Health, which Williams believes would rectify some of the perceived neglect of the Obama administration towards Men’s health issues. “The administration can easily fill this gap by creating an Office of Men’s Health at HHS, and should do so with the utmost speed,” Williams concluded.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/dailycaller/doesobamacarediscriminateagainstmen

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Women Declare Victory Over Men.



Here are the largest growing jobs projected by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics to the year 2016. ALL of them are WOMEN'S JOBS except one or two according to Ms. Rosin but that's ok, women are working on expanding Affirmative Action and Title IX to all the S.T.E.M. fields (Science, Technical, Engineering and Mathematics). The feminized economy is here. Women are all excited that they are now the majority of the workforce and that men have no jobs..Go figure. I guess they got what they wanted aye?



Why women believe that the above jobs being the top growing jobs in the country is a good thing I don't know. I'm pretty sure it is because they don't understand economics. Below is our trade deficit which is much larger now than in (2005):



I'm not sure women understand what a trade deficit means but in short it means that we don't produce anything of tangible value to offer on the global market. Women are excited about all this and the fact that men are out of work but they have little clue of what this all means for the future of our country. Women are excited about the homogeneous service sector feminized economy but they don't understand the economic impact of marginalizing the nations men.....strange isn't it?? They don't seem to understand what the production of goods and tangible products is. Women are welcome to service everyone in our service economy, this is fine by me. I only wish with as much political agency as women now have that they would have directed the government to do something that would have gotten us out of this. After all, our government does what ever women tell them to do.

There is really nothing we can do now. Women have announced they will get us out of this mess and that men don't have to produce anything any more. They insisted that the Stimulus Package be devoted to them....and it was... There is really nothing men should do except drink beer, watch sports, play video games and collect unemployment until women rescue the economy as they say they will.

Ms. Rosin was right, women lied to us about "the wage gap". They have been out earning men for years. It is only when they decide to have men take care of them does the gap show up at all.
More on the wage gap HERE.

Besides, women have Affirmative Action in job hirings and college admissions anyway.


She was also correct about male college degrees earned. This is a good thing according to Ms. Rosin.



She also mentioned that women's "empowerment" has affected marriage....indeed it has Ms. Rosin, we now have the lowest marriage rate in American history:



....and the highest single mother birth rate in American history:




(Sorry the graph is a little dated we now have a 40% single mother birth rate and growing with significant trend momentum)




This is fine by me, women are getting exactly what they want apparently. Our birth rates have dropped below replacement levels anyway.
None of this is sustainable. In other words the United States is in grave danger.

In the meantime, I suggest we continue to liberate ourselves from the female dominated matriarchy we now live in. No alimony, no child support to women and their children. This is the moment of truth! Women should now provide for men and our children in this new order or not form families at all.

If women form families they must now pay men alimony and child support should we decide to divorce them. Otherwise women should raise their own families. Men should NOW make a full withdraw from women and their families. We will not have to worry about that though because female hypergamous mating behavior will take care of that for us. Apparently, the more educated a woman is, the more money she makes on average. The more money she makes on average, the less likely she is to ever get married or have children...Again, this is fine by me, this is what women want.





Affirmative action for women in job hirings and college admissions MUST NO LONGER BE TOLERATED. In fact, since it is the case that we now have separate and secular representation under law by gender in direct violation of The Constitution of The United States we should now create Affirmative Action for men in all fields of work or study which men are a minority.

Men need to continue to find independence and liberation from women and their matriarchal families. This means complete independence from female dependency upon men in any and every regard. True female independence and liberation is here!.....right????

The comments on the TED video are interesting. Men must now begin to mount an offensive while defending our rights and our wellbeing. THIS IS ONLY THE BEGINNING. From the comments, men understand clearly that women have finally proclaimed victory, and with it, "the end of men". Everything women have sought after has come true for them beyond their wildest dreams......Men must now liberate and empower ourselves as well, we must become independent from female dependency...anything less would be oppression and humiliating to men. Men's Rights will serve to compliment the end goal of women's feminism and everything women have sought to accomplish....mutual independence, dis-need, liberation from each other and self empowerment.
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http://www.ted.com/talks/hanna_rosin_new_data_on_the_rise_of_women.html