Shame on me, you say? No.

Perhaps the most powerful weapon in the feminist’s armoury is shame. Men should be ashamed of this, that, and the other. The reality is that if men were to feel a collective emotion for what men have achieved since the dawn of humankind, that emotion should surely be pride, not shame.

Along with other men’s human rights activists, I long ago rejected the notion that I should feel shame for being a man. Women don’t accept collective responsibility for the actions or inactions of a small number of evil women, and quite rightly too. Why, then, should men accept collective responsibility for the actions or inactions of a small number of evil men? They shouldn’t.

I strongly recommend a new article on the subject of shame, written by the estimable John Hembling – ‘John the Other’ or ‘JtO’. He’s the Editor-in-Chief at AVfM:

http://www.avoiceformen.com/updates/shame-on-me/

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About Mike Buchanan

I'm a men's human rights advocate, writer, and publisher. My primary focus is leading the political party I launched in 2013, Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them). I still work actively on two campaigns I launched in early 2012, Campaign for Merit in Business and the Anti-Feminism League. In 2014 I launched The Alternative Sexism Project, aiming to raise public understanding that the sexism faced by men and boys has far more grievous consequences than the sexism faced by women and girls.
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One Response to Shame on me, you say? No.

  1. The truth be told, I have always believed that a key ingredient contributing to much of the hateful and dishonest vitriol of feminism has been, since the earliest days of the Western women’s movement, a deep seated, unconscious inferiority complex felt by many women (and even some men on behalf of women), who value human life only in materialist terms. They are aware that, particularly since the dawn of the industrial age and carried forward into our present era of high technology, it has been the creativity and inventiveness of men which has has always conceived, created and maintained everything that has gradually freed human life from the shackles and threats of the natural world – particularly over the past two centuries.

    A deep seated resentment of men, felt by some women and borne of this distorted, one-dimensional, materialist envy, has contributed to much that we witness and experience today. It has been a key factor, amongst many other things, behind the sabotaging of our education system, at all levels, in an attempt to attract the interest and enhance the performance of girls at the expense of boys. It is behind today’s left wing, feminist controlled media and entertainment industry which constantly negatively reflects upon men, whilst forever reflecting upon the human female through a pair of rose tinted spectacles. Often in a comically absurd, but, all too frequently, quite sinister way.

    It is, of course, a gigantic illusion. And like all past moral, social and political illusions, no matter how seemingly powerful they become at any given moment, history has always witnessed their eventual exposure and collapse. Humanity simply cannot redefine itself to suit the fantasies of extremists, no matter how powerful the tyrannical hold of those extremists upon their various societies becomes. The truth of this has been demonstrated to the human race time and time again. But, time and time again, the human race seems determined to have to learn the reality of this unwavering lesson the hard way.

    But that necessary lesson about feminism will inevitably be learned, as surely as night follows day. Be it through the declared reasoning of its despairing detractors or, as seems more likely, the crash landing of its disciples along with the countless millions of indifferent or brainwashed people who presently cocoon feminists (and themselves) in an ultimately doomed bubble of unreality.

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