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:
- Men are 14x more likely to be incarcerated and spend time in prison than women. The criminal justice system is designed to prosecute and incarcerate men even though women are equally (or more) guilty of crimes such as child abuse, child neglect, domestic violence, prostitution, etc.
- Men are 5-10x more likely to commit suicide in developed nations. Because most of the mental health, counseling and social services are funded for women, men are suffering in silence and are taking their lives at astounding rates;
- Men are much more likely to die earlier in life than women because they hold the majority of dangerous jobs (construction, military, mining etc.) and suffer more stress related diseases such as heart attacks and strokes.
- Women have dominated college enrollment and graduation rates since the 1980’s due to affirmative action policies that lower standards for women and punish young men attempting to get degrees in science, technology, engineering and math. The rise of “women studies” and “gender studies” programs have also had a discriminatory effect on admissions and degrees, as these programs are exclusively catered towards women. Young men are also the overwhelming target of sexual assault witch hunts on college campuses.
- Men ages 18-26 must still register for mandatory selective military service in the U.S., but not women. Because of equal rights lawsuits, women are now voluntarily allowed to occupy any position in the military; but when it comes to mandatory selective service draft, only men are forced to enroll and die for their country.
- It is estimated that only 3% of alimony recipients are men. Although middle and upper-class women are equally represented in the work force, they are extracting a whopping 97% of the total alimony and child support payments. Most men who go through a divorce will lose just about everything.
- Men are more likely to be targeted in employment discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, rape and domestic violence claims and will suffer the disproportionate loss of jobs, income, life, liberty and property as a result of these types of claims. Although the media tends to focus on high-profile men, millions of other men, whose stories are untold, are suffering worse fates because they lose the only source of their basic livelihood to these types of allegations.
- 70% or more of the homeless population is male. Because of skewed social programs and benefits for women, untreated physical and mental health problems for men, veterans and those that lost their homes and lives to incarceration or divorce, the majority of the homeless suffering is male.
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:
- 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.
- 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.
- Avoid closed door meetings and one-on-one sessions with women at work. This will only open you up to opportunities for false allegations.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.