Re: Radical profeminist at it again
And this is the crux. Most rapes are comitted by black men. A black men is more than 8 times more likely to rape than a white men. Will feminists ever point this out? No because they fight for the "opressed" and crimes by the "opressed" are overseen.
The men's and fathers' movement needs to make sure it never sees females as the enemy,
but only misandry--whether from females or from males.
If not, we'll become like the bigoted feminists that this movement was formed to oppose.
White men rape women of all colors usually with impunity, and those who have class privilege are never prosecuted and so are never counted in the stats. And Black men are arrested for breathing in when they should be breathing out, so stats on Black men's crimes are always skewed to make it seem like whiteboys don't commit more crime. Also depends on how ya define crime, eh? "Welfare moms" "steal" white men's tax-payers dollars, right? And CORPORATE welfare MENZ, who steal more tax-payer dollars than "welfare moms" will ever see in their lifetimes--all together, AREN'T scapegoated as "a problem population" and a bunch of lazy-ass thieves. Hmmm. Funny that.
Disproportionately WHITE frat boys get women drugged and drunk, or otherwise predatorially find women who are already drunk, and rape them all the damn time but they and their upper class and rich white daddies and attorneys don't call it rape, because somehow "unconsciousness = giving consent". WRONG. And Black men tend to rape Black women. As if Feckless ever gave a feck about Black women!
Apparently, reflecting on Feckless's cautionary quote by Glenn Sacks, Men's and Father's Rights folk fail on ALL counts: they repeatedly DO see all females as the enemy, AND Black men too. And they wonder why we think they're a bunch of uber-privileged white heterosexual men who are pissed they don't have the TOTAL control they once did over society!
And why do I say THEY are racist as hell? Because no one over at that place calls his sorry white ass out for stating what he did.