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    [–] How to argue "teach men not to rape"? typhonblue 1 points ago in MensRights

    We already can identify the sub-group of men who are likely to go on to become rapists of adult women. We've done the science. If society doesn't want to deal honestly with this sub-group of men and boys then there will always be a number of male rapists of adult women lurking around for targets. If women don't want to be responsible for their safety and they don't want chaperones or to be restricted in their movements, then we have to identify and deal with the boys who go on to become adult rapists of women.

    The sub group is... sexually abused boys who have been sexually abused by women or neglected as well. They are at the greatest risk of becoming sexual abusers of adult women(although only a minority do.)

    [–] [email protected]¢k these groups and the media promoting this crap. When is enough enough? typhonblue 6 points ago in MensRights

    "A man dying of thirst in a lifeboat just can't understand that salt water will kill him."

    I think they understand all right.

    [–] Prof. Suzanna Danuta Walters: "Why Can't We Hate Men?" typhonblue 3 points ago in MensRights

    The men’s rights community has become more cohesive and powerful. The greater society has become more deranged and psychotic.

    But here’s the secret. They’re destroying themselves. As they grow more invested in ostracizing their most productive class, their most productive class starts to turn away from them. We don’t have to fight them or appeal to them, we just continue to grow.

    [–] CAFE's Calgary Men's Issues Conference is June 9th of this year! typhonblue 1 points ago in MensRights

    Yes. It should be on Canadian association for equality’s youtube channel at some point.

    [–] Thank you KiA! The HBR Lawsuit against the Mary Sue and Calgary Expo is fundraiser is FULLY FUNDED! typhonblue 3 points ago in KotakuInAction

    I’m sure they think they’ve fought for justice. The fact that their hatred of GG resulted in them kicking a woman comics creator out of a convention will never give them pause to reflect.

    [–] Thank you KiA! The HBR Lawsuit against the Mary Sue and Calgary Expo is fundraiser is FULLY FUNDED! typhonblue 2 points ago in KotakuInAction

    Thank you! I didn’t realize at the beginning how long it would take or how hard it would be but hopefully what we’ve done will make it easier for others.

    [–] Thank you KiA! The HBR Lawsuit against the Mary Sue and Calgary Expo is fundraiser is FULLY FUNDED! typhonblue 16 points ago in KotakuInAction

    I think what you're referring to is some garbled version of the Mary Sue's defence. (And then a evidence-less accusation of pedophilia by Metokur which makes me wonder what political vector you're sailing in on.)

    The fact is the timing of the article doesn't matter. If we were hinging the case on that the Judge would have thrown out that cause of action during the summary dismissal. As it was he retained it because there is evidence that at least one of the allegations that got me kicked was made by the Mary Sue and that the Mary Sue was involved with the investigation.

    [–] Thank you KiA! The HBR Lawsuit against the Mary Sue and Calgary Expo is fundraiser is FULLY FUNDED! typhonblue 13 points ago in KotakuInAction

    We don't know if the judge is favourable to us; I do believe if we lose it will be on a point of law and not for another reason.

    [–] Thank you KiA! The HBR Lawsuit against the Mary Sue and Calgary Expo is fundraiser is FULLY FUNDED! typhonblue 15 points ago in KotakuInAction

    It's logistical. The way I explained it to someone who eventually dropped the topic so I hope it worked is this... If we go for non-profit it doesn't make us somehow "moral" it means we have to bring in more Canadians I haven't worked with and don't know how they react to political pressure to be board members with control over HBR. If they decide in a year that we should be more "feminist-friendly" we've given them the reigns. Also charities in Canada cannot be political and in Canada any criticism of feminism, including its effect on men's wellbeing is considered political.

    For-profit was decided on to retain our autonomy and ability to advocate for these issues with no oversight, either from unknowns we'd have to bring in for a board or the Canadian government. Small mom and pop businesses are also technically "for profit."