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Sunday, 26 February 2012

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Groan

Girl writes what. Spot on.

Jon

I love all of girlwriteswhat's stuff. She seriously knows her stuff and although Canadian, has a very global outlook. It doesn't hurt any that she's also obviously very intelligent and has no qualms about calmly debating and defeating attempts at rebuttals in the comments of her vids.

I really think she should write a book or for a newspaper or something. The men's movement needs a lot more people like her.

Dave

And here's another...

http://www.jazzfm.com/2012/02/dinner-jazz-special-with-oxfam/

I wonder whether Jazz FM/Oxfam will promote/celebrate International Men's Day when it comes around!

Groan

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2110257/One-teenage-girls-sexually-assaulted-boyfriends.html

This story is particularly disgusting as the research done by Bristol was on children and young people in council care, in the jargon "looked after". Unsurprisingly they all(boys and girls) had many problems. Applying this to the general population is just telling lies. It is particularly annoying as Briston Uni. had done a previous more general study with not nearly so stark findings (in fact they found a substantial number of boys abused by partners).
Yet another campaign based on deliberate falshoods.

Bob

You're right Groan this is a vile article. Notice also the way they go seamlessly from what could be described as sexual harassment (if even that) to sexual assault to rape.

They should ask the boys "How many of you have been hit between the legs by a girlfriend?" and we can make that statistic as the basis for a long-overdue male rape law.

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