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The week in the world of misandry

12 October 2018

11:30 AM

12 October 2018

11:30 AM

A quick peek at what’s going on the flip side of feminism – where it’s all about women.

A Queensland fertility specialist says that babies will be created without men within the next 20 years. Dr David Molloy says that there are currently legal prohibitions and ethical committees that would halt this process in humans but the scientific breakthrough can’t be ignored. “The passing of time changes attitudes,” he said. “These scientific successes will continue to happen and they cannot be stopped. Of course it is important to rigorously investigate the safety and assess the ethics, but this would be a tremendous breakthrough.” And with that, the ultimate goal of militant man-hating feminists was scored.

Young Texan woman Lynzy Lab Stewart whipped up a protest song based on Trump’s quote regarding Brett Kavanaugh. “It’s a very scary time for young men in America when you can be guilty of someone that you may not be guilty of,” said Trump. “A Scary Time,” sang Stewart. “The feminist movement is mobilising the most coherent grassroots political opposition to Trump,” gloated Van Badham. See you at the midterms in November replied the sane that still don’t believe false accusations should ruin a man’s life.

Former NSW DPP and now White Ribbon chair Nicholas Cowdrey QC issued a public apology for the “disrespectful remarks” he made about Keli Lane. Lane is a convicted child killer.

Two students at the University of California hooked up. It was clearly consensual. He spent $12,000 defending himself. Wonder why? #MeToo.


A group of “mean girls” falsely accused a boy in Pennsylvania of sexual assault. They didn’t get punished. Wonder why? #MeToo.

The UK gets the first ever Minister for Suicide Prevention. Suicide is the leading cause of death in men aged 15-44 yet Australia doesn’t even have a Minister for Men. Wonder why? #MeToo.

A woman has been charged with murder after a man was stabbed to death in Sydney’s West. No mention of domestic violence.

A high school teacher (female) in Texas confessed to “car sex” with a 15-year-old student. No mention of rape.

“When women kill, it is usually motivated by different factors than when men kill. Women often kill against a backdrop of victimisation and hopelessness – not because they are angry or revengeful,” said a piece on SBS lamenting the number of female prisoners.

A $30 million government-funded campaign will portray young boys as domestic abusers. Apparently, some believe it is effective to teach that respect only applies to a portion of the population rather than genuine respect for all human beings. Please refer to above for excuses.

Melania Trump says women who accuse men need evidence. Cue outrage.

The estranged husband of a Queens, New York, mother suspected of savagely beating their twin toddlers (one fatally) flung himself to his death from the top of a hotel. He had reportedly been dead for a day before he was spotted. Story doesn’t make headlines because “Day of the Girl” is deemed more important.

“Men have no idea what women go through to have children,” screeched The Guardian. “Women have to plan, conceive, carry and labour to make babies who, chances are, won’t even have our last names.” Of course, such victimhood could swiftly be fixed with the simple insistence, “I want to keep my surname”.

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