Over the years, men have been subject to relentless propaganda that women are the oppressed class.  We have been taught to buy into the “gender pay gap” myth, to believe that “toxic masculinity” is a scourge on society, and that men are responsible for all domestic violence and sex crimes.  Politicians, mainstream media, courts, and the “permanent bureaucracy” composed of a few elites with self-serving interests have permitted legislation and policies to “level the playing field” for women.   But the playing field is anything but level.

The result? Equal rights for women does not translate into equal treatment for men. Men are now officially second class citizens in most of the developed world and no longer enjoy the same privileges and immunities as women.  Facts show that men are actually far worse off in developed nations than women:

So what do men do about this dismal state of affairs?  Most men who are not blogging in the manosphere, including our politicians are too afraid to say anything about the second citizen class status of males. Too many men are afraid of a #metoo backlash to speak up. However, our collective silence, complaining, and inaction will continue to allow feminist groups to dominate the discussion and set policies and agendas that drive men further into decay.

Here are some concrete steps we can take in our everyday lives to call out the injustice against men and attempt to level the playing field: 

  1. Do not allow women to use their sexual powers to dominate you.  Men have allowed their rights to be stripped from them because they are beholden to sex from women.  Free yourself of sexual coercion and you will be able to think more clearly about your rights and freedom.
  2. Report any instances of sexual harassment, sexual battery, domestic violence, child neglect, child abuse, etc. caused by women (however minor or egregious) to the authorities and demand prosecution and accountability.  Men are far too reluctant to voice these complaints for fear of having their masculinity questioned.  Women, however, readily take advantage of the system and men’s failure to report women has fueled the myth that only men are the abusers or violate these laws. If you do not report women, you are fueling the problem.
  3. Avoid closed door meetings and one-on-one sessions with women at work. This will only open you up to opportunities for false allegations.
  4. Avoid hiring and promoting feminists if you can do so legally.  Women, especially radicalized feminists are dominating the workforce and taking control of companies, political positions, etc. due to policies that wildly favor them.  In the current climate, women have better and more opportunities than men with the same education and they are taking full advantage of it to the detriment of men.  Men need to start looking out for each other and help men.
  5. Do not fight or argue with women. You will only be opening yourself up to some sort of “abuse” allegations if the relationship goes south.  Instead, document your woman partner’s irrational behavior and any instances of abuse towards you.  Develop a file with text messages, pictures, emails, etc. that you can use later against the woman if it appears she is ready to turn on you.
  6. Pay attention to the politicians and judges you are electing.  Find out whether these people are supporting irrational women’s rights and their voting records.  Get the word out to your friends, family and community to elect politicians and judges who are reasonable and support equal rights, not feminist agendas.
  7. Get the word out to your friends, family and colleagues that men are suffering as second class citizens. Share these posts with your network and social media contacts, especially with people who are “neutral”. Feminists have done a great job of converting these people to their side because men have not provided counterpoints and arguments over the years.   It’s important that we speak up and speak out without fearing reprisal and feeling guilty for supporting men’s basic humanitarian rights.

In conclusion, men have become disposable second class citizens and have allowed themselves to accept this fate.  The biased media reporting and political airways are filled with propaganda that paints women as the oppressed class, when the reality is quite the opposite. However, most men have become far to docile and accepting of the current state of affairs and our inaction is only making things worse for us.  Please help level the playing field by helping men.

 

15 Thoughts to “Men Are Now Officially Second Class Citizens – So What Are We Doing About It?”

  1. Bill C.

    The huge gender disparity among the incarcerated reflects bias toward criminalizing men. On that gender bias, see http://www.acrosswalls.org/section/gender-imprisonment/constituting-criminal-sex/

  2. SickOfIt

    So, regarding point 4, “avoid hiring and promoting feminists if you can do so legally.” I’ve been under the impression that as long as a company is not a government contractor, its leadership may freely choose job applicants on the basis of merit and reject those anticipated to be disruptive. So, what is the reality?

    1. MJustice

      The reality is that companies can hire whomever they want, but women are increasingly bringing employment discrimination lawsuits if they are not “equally” represented in each department, regardless of merit. Of course they only want the good jobs, not construction, garbagemen, mine workers, etc.

      1. SickOfIt

        Thanks, MJustice, but the situation sounds dismal. Can it be partially turned around as Men file lawsuits based upon reverse discrimination?

        1. MJustice

          Exactly. That’s what needs to be done. And civil rights litigation.

        2. P0ester8

          As soon as you put the word “reverse” on it you’ve already put it in a different, less serious, category and lost the fight. It is discrimination, and sexism, full stop.

  3. Andrew Notere

    I’m sitting here wondering if there is some silver lining in this debasement of men. The process of male containment cannot go on forever, though let’s accept that still it has a long way yet to completely run its course. Let’s say it gets close to removal of most human rights that men presently enjoy, let’s say that the progressive feminist culture in government, the media, and the universities moves collectively to outlaw men altogether in the public domain, what then happens? Either it works, and feminists savour their ultimate victory (for a while…). Or this sequence of events causes an ultimate rejection of feminism, the conclusion that women are inherently sick, evi, stupid, goldiggers, family wreckers, abortion machines, narcissistic, and harboring hate for maleness to the extent that the whole of our Western society needs to step back and attend to a number of things that went wrong some twenty or so years ago. I am just saying that without some sort of crisis, is it going to be possible to get a critical mass together to begin the work>

    1. MJustice

      This is an excellent point. Just how far does this period of male lynching and debasement of basic human rights continue. In the U.S., after the civil war was fought to end slavery, states in the South continued to subject African Americans to “Jim Crow” laws that stripped them of basic liberties, even though the U.S. Constitution had effectively ended slavery. It wasn’t until Civil Rights reform in the 60’s that these laws were effectively deemed unconstitutional. I would argue that the same thing is happening to men in developed nations. We are entering the “dark ages” where laws, policies, courts, universities and the media have all joined together to suppress male rights. In effect, men are now treated as poorly as blacks were after the civil war. What will change this? Malcolm Gladwell wrote that social economics requires a a “tipping point”, where there is some critical mass or event that triggers change, whether it’s fall in the stock market, the adoption of a new trend, etc. Is the #metoo backlash a tipping point worsening the situation for men or does it signal it’s eventual decline? I’ve been around long enough to know that revolutions in modern democracies don’t happen overnight. Men are going to have to change the current state of affairs by rallying together, bringing strategic civil rights lawsuits, petitioning their governments, hold sit-in and protests, etc. Far too long we have been sitting around getting shafted, thinking, oh well, “one day things will change.” Since feminists have already powerfully hijacked the legal system, we have a uphill battle to win this war. It can be done, but will require a large critical mass of us to mobilize.

  4. Chris Hoff

    Point 2, if you report a woman she will turn it around and accuse you of the same, and with the biased legal system her word will count more than yours.

    One other thing, find the statistics for your country on the number of divorced men who kill themselves each year. Add on the number of divorced men who overdose or suffer alcohol related death per year. Take that total and divide by the number of divorce court judges in your country. You will probably end up with a result close to 1.

    That means on average for each year a divorce court judge sits on the bench, a man who has come before him will end up killing themselves. If he remains a sitting judge for 20 years that’s an average of 20 men. That’s just the average though, some judges might never have a divorcing man they preside over that kills themselves. Then there’s the other extreme, the radical feminist judge out to punish men for eons of so called patriarchal oppression. They might sit on the bench for 20 years and manage 60 men’s cases where they go on to kill themselves.

    It’s said that correlation is not causation, the problem however, is that the legal community has known for a very long time exactly what decisions handed down by judges will correlate to high suicide rates for divorcing men. That judge with 3 times the suicide average and a feminist agenda knows they’re killing men, they are serial killers is robes.

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  6. Spoonwood

    Most of these do NOT concern inequity in law and policy, as the term ‘second class citizens’ implies.

    That said, there do exist other examples, such as inequity in domestic violence policy, many inequities in the Affordable Care Act which make men second-class citizens with respect to health care, lack of government programs dedicated towards men’s health with government programs dedicated towards women’s health, discrimination against men in places of public accommodation, and inequity in federal genital mutilation law which only protects women.

    1. MJustice

      There are extreme inequities in law and policy when it comes to DV, sexual assault, rape and other crimes whose definitions have been become so broad and vague that male behavior has been criminalized. Same with inequities in criminal sentencing.

  7. […] Men Are Now Second Class Citizens | Justice For Men. Over the years, men have been subject to relentless propaganda that women are the oppressed class. We have been taught to buy into the “gender pay gap” myth, to believe that “toxic masculinity” is a scourge on society, and that men are responsible for all domestic violence and sex crimes. Politicians, mainstream media, courts, and the “permanent bureaucracy” composed of a few elites with self-serving interests have permitted legislation and policies to “level the playing field” for women. But the playing field is anything but level. The result? Men are 14x more likely to be incarcerated and spend time in prison than women. So what do men do about this dismal state of affairs? Here are some concrete steps we can take in our everyday lives to call out the injustice against men and attempt to level the playing field: Do not allow women to use their sexual powers to dominate you. […]

  8. SickOfIt

    Great post, but here are a few of my observations about “concrete steps” we can take as Men:

    Step 1 has a major flaw to it, namely the creation of a target-rich environment for philanderers. I recommend the shaming of such types through the age-old and perfectly legal rumor mill.

    Step 2 will likely fail, as Chris Hoff has stated. I recommend canonizing those Men victimized by the feminized courts. For example, favor the employment of the unjustly accused and advertise that preference as your policy. That should dissuade feminists before they ever apply. …It’s called the court of public opinion.

    Step 3 could backfire, since all private powwows that remotely look like male bonding could incite sex discrimination suits. Instead, keep the cameras and microphones running full time.

    Step 4 (see Step 2.)

    Step 5 has problems since constant agreement with a female establishes a pattern. Minor deviation from such a trend will summon other men (and maybe a token woman) with guns.

    Step 6 makes perfect sense.

    Step 7 goes hand in hand with Step 6. I’m in favor of forwarding this outstanding post to legislators at all levels, pointing out the obscene level of sexism permeating government and society. If they don’t respond, or resist its logic, don’t vote for them…or even better, form a resistance group that can fund a PI to dig for their past sexual indiscretions!

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