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Saturday, May 25, 2013

Men to blame for childless women? I don't think so. We just have had about enough of the bullshit.

Yesterday, journalist Melissa Kite became the latest woman to publicly trash men in a sexist, undeserving rant - this time, by saying those exercising a human right not to become fathers were 'selfish'.
In a finger-pointing, foot-stomping article for MailOnline she said men 'do not always play fair in matters of fertility', adding that they 'increasingly behave with terrible selfishness when it comes to giving up their bachelor lifestyles'. (Oh shit I wonder why???)
She then added that men who date women without immediately signing up for parenthood are committing some sort of 'fraud'.( But falsely accusing men of abuse and assault to get custody isn't?)

Instead of making a balanced, rational point, Kite's comments simply revealed a sad, outdated philosophy in contemporary gender relations. Namely, that a woman's desire to have a child is greater than a man's desire not to. She's wrong.
In her article, she makes several references to former boyfriends who made the responsible decision not to become fathers half-heartedly - then scolds them for being 'cowardly'.  Here's a woman who assumes that a man's sperm - his lineage, his DNA, his family - is somehow hers for the taking.

For years feminism has declared that women don't need us - that we are redundant. OK, fine. But guess what - we don't need women either. And it's trending.
In Asia there's a new tendency for men to go their own way - with thousands shunning marriage and kids for a life of independence and control, which no family court can destroy. The same thing is happening across America and Canada.
In fact, author Helen Smith PHD recently published a book entitled Men on Strike, where she notes that: 'America has become anti-male. Men are sensing the backlash and are consciously and unconsciously going on strike. They are avoiding marriage and fatherhood at alarming rates.'
This isn't because men are 'selfish' or commitment-phobic pigs (as feminists frequently like to suggest). Rather, it's because they're tired of being ousted from families, of being shafted by sexist divorce rulings and being denied the most basic paternal rights.
These guys know that any child they have with a woman would be her baby, not their baby. In 2013, a so-called era of equality, three million UK fathers are still denied access to their children - simply because their bitter ex partners can manipulate the law.
So where's the incentive?

But Kite, and many women like her, still can't see these broader issues. Hilariously, she says: 'to suggest that somehow the age at which women conceive is within their control is naive and misleading.'
Are we living on the same planet?
If women don't manage to find an ideal 'babydaddy' they can use a sperm donor and go it alone. Anytime. So I find it pretty offensive that she's blaming men for a path she consciously chose.
Quite frankly, she's a big girl who made her own decisions.

Besides, men are not - and never should be - on stand-by for when a broody woman calls. Becoming a parent is a meeting of minds. It is a mutual, life-changing decision. The maxim 'my body, my choice' applies to both genders, no matter how much it may inconvenience certain women.
But that's equality - it cuts right down the middle. It is inflexible.
It's also a basic human right to make your own decisions on parenthood. If we switched the genders in Kite's story and had a man saying 'Women are selfish because they won't give me the child I deserve' there'd be uproar. But, once again, we have stiletto sexism telling us that female-on-male chauvinism is acceptable.

Yet, while her sense of entitlement astounds me, I do respect Kite for not trapping men - something she comes perilously close to recommending. 'Recently, a girlfriend in her 20s told me she was feeling broody but felt it was too early to ask her new husband to have kids,' she writes. 'I wanted to yell: 'Then don't ask him!'… I felt a shameful urge to tell her to secretly stop taking the Pill.'
But this is raping a man's choice and must never be accepted. In fact, it should be enforced by law. Particularly as it happens all the time - which is precisely why the culture of having children needs to be less about women and more about both parents.
Kite retains control of her maternal destiny. She could still adopt, foster or conceive and be a mother. But I'd still worry if she ever had a son. Not because I doubt her potential for raising another human being, but - if she's happy to trash men for making their own decisions - what else would she encourage her son to compromise?
As a man, I'm sick and tired of such things. Fortunately, I'm not the only one.
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What can we say about this and many other article such as this, you can bash us, you can demonize us, you can listen to cat petting, man-hating old dried up feminists, but if you think for one minute you can have a free hand at alienating kids from their dads, push us aside at a whim,  falsely accuse us, or call us rapists anytime something goes wrong, without us noticing,, you are sorely mistaken...in other words payback is a bitch ain't it?
Or to put it mildly, going too far usually has it's backlash. Believing we will not react to everything that has been thrown at us for the past 40 years was, shall i say...naive. We are not as stupid as the hag made us out to be, actually, the stupidity belongs to the feminists who thought they could get away with it without repercussion.
Now, let's take a step back, get rid of Hagasaurus Parasiticus Pet-a-cat-Asaurus (AKA.the lowly feminists) you listened too and promoted as the speakers for women's rights.

Let's build families with mutual respect for each other, stop the "all men bad" thing and life will be a hell of alot more......Satisfying.

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