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Wednesday, 19 June 2013

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Douglas

The effect of their misandry IS biting them. Only recently, Symantec were removed from a short-list of potential vendors for a company I was advising. The company wasn't directly concerned with men's issues being censored but someone mentioned "if they can get this area so wrong, what else are they messing up?" and so Symantec were crossed off the list.

Eventually, if nothing else convinces Symantec, falling profits will make them behave decently.

JH

Yes it's true, the only way these companies will sit up and take notice is if people cancel their service, citing their policies as the reason.

AH

"It is no use appealing to their sense of justice. They will only respond if they see a threat to their power."

George Orwell

Dave

Not bored at all with your report, John, please keep up the good work and keep us informed. For God's sake, Mike B, mention this one in your next interview please :-)

I agree that a loss in profit would quickly alter their path. And this philosophy extends to the rest of men's issues. I'm a firm believer in the idea that the mechanics of society operates based on levels of acceptability. In other words, if people don't complain then there is no reason to put a stop to anything. The only way that men's issues will get resolved is if people keep complaining. I implore all readers interested in men's rights to keep complaining to newspapers, TV, radio etc. about male discrimination and double-standards until they are flooded with complaints and awareness is raised in full. I also think it's a good idea to boycott obvious offenders and put your money elsewhere!

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