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    [–] What if MRAs attended the Feminist March on Olympia January 20th with Equal RESPONSIBILITIES for Women signs? rodvanmechelen 1 points ago in MensRights

    As I'm getting close to retirement (very possibly this year), I will be very inclined to do things like this in the years to come. One sign I would be inclined to carry: #FeminismIsCancer #MGTOW is the Cure.

    [–] What is MGTOW? What do you think about this video with female voice? rodvanmechelen 2 points ago in MensRights

    MGTOW is not a movement. It's a consciousness. While there are always men caught up in the red pill rage, most get over it. Fundamentally, MGTOW is not about avoiding women, but about withdrawing our support for an anti-male system. We withdraw the sanction of the victim.

    [–] How MGTOW Has Become A Right-Wing Cult rodvanmechelen 1 points ago in MensRights

    I added it to my watch later list and I'll listen to it tomorrow, but...MGTOW is a consciousness, not a movement. It's going Galt against the system. The power of feminism has nothing to do with them and everything to do with us. We give them power. MGTOW takes it away one man at a time, by revoking the sanction of the victim.

    [–] The future is here rodvanmechelen 11 points ago in MensRights

    Feminism is Cancer. MGTOW is the cure.

    [–] Feminists pawns to protest against freedom and promote misandry in Olympia rodvanmechelen 1 points ago in MensRights

    It promotes misandry and opposes freedom because the people at these marches support big government that displaces men in families, and all rights and privileges for women and all responsibilities and obligations for men.

    [–] I'm gender-neutral and I support MRM rodvanmechelen 2 points ago in MensRights

    Oh, I dunno, most days I identify as "feminism is cancer," but this afternoon I identify as a grouch.

    [–] Why the Soulpepper Four skipped the cops and went after Albert Schultz in civil court rodvanmechelen 1 points ago in MensRights

    Yet another reason to go MGTOW.

    When Aaron Clarey teases "VirginTow," he's correctly identifying a demographic within the MGTOW community that is using MGTOW as an excuse. But in a recent video, he spoke at length on the subject and why an ever growing number of men are saying enough is enough, and bowing out of a system that penalizes men simply because we're men.

    There are many women in the office in which I work. Probably more women than men. Lots of women are in supervisory and management positions. I have no problem with that. But I socialize with none of them and avoid conversations in private as much as possible.

    It's not because I dislike women, but because in the current legal system, a woman having a bad hair day could, years from now, decide to accuse me of some indiscretion. No female company is worth the risk. Not even if it would be limited to civil court.

    [–] MGTOW, or Should We Try to Make Marriage Great Again? rodvanmechelen 3 points ago in MensRights

    In the 80s and 90s and 00s, tradcons threw MRAs under the bus. By 99, I came to the conclusion nothing would change regarding feminism and misandry until and unless women demanded it. Although it had no name at the time, I went MGTOW. Fast forward, thanks to guys like Milo and Paul Joseph Watson and Uncle Bern and Cappie Cap and TFM and Sandman (yes, there are others, but I can't list them all), tradcons are beginning to come around, but not by much, and I'm still inclined to think that we have to stay MGTOW until women en masse put an end to the feminist madness. What say you?

    [–] How DARE Feminists Talk About 'Male Privilege' rodvanmechelen -1 points ago in MensRights

    Warren Farrell, Richard Doyle, and thousands of men and women have complained about this, but it's not enough to stop the feminists and their Cultural Marxist agenda to destroy the west.

    [–] What do you think of the idea of rape culture? rodvanmechelen 11 points ago in MensRights

    I think it was Camille Paglia who said that (in the west), it's not "rape culture," but "rape fantasy culture."