|He hit that guy and now his team|
gets the thing...um, hurray?
drafted. Sometimes the men's room just has this drain thing running along one wall that we're all supposed to pee in. Oh, and sports. Everybody just sort of assumes we're into sports. I can't express in words how quickly my higher brain functions shut down when someone tries to start a conversation about some team I don't care about playing a game I don't understand.
Pee-troughs aside, being male can probably be seen as an advantage. We're not actually better than women, it's just that virtually every society that has ever existed has been male-dominated with women usually being relegated to the role of sex object/baby factory/food prep. Women have taken the brunt of history's bullshit and it's only very recently that things (in some parts of the world anyway) have begun to change.
|A notable exception would be Wonder Woman's home island of Themyscira |
which, while populated entirely by Amazons, is goddamn fictional.
|Women have trounced|
men in the uterus-having
contest, 3.5 billion to 1.
"The problem we see is a culture that still puts women first in so many ways and men come in last...Whether people want to acknowledge it or no, if you look at the numbers, men come in last every time."
and possibly the world's worst statistician
|Pictured: the best thing to ever come|
from Detroit. Also goddamn fictional.
A Voice for Men is part of the larger Men's Human Rights Movement, whose central tenet is that despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary, it's men who throughout history have been the victims of oppression, sexism and discrimination. Yikes.
|Henry VIII: another victim of feminist smear campaigns.|
I mean, he only murdered two of his wives...
|The vote? But what if they go into labor|
in the booth? So they get 2 votes now?
I'm sure Paul Elam worked very hard on his website and on his big stupid conference and everything, but it's not like there has to be a limited supply of justice in the world. Doesn't he know that he can support men while at the same time supporting equality for women? Like, it might even be the same thing.
|"Nope, it's us or them."|
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