Yeah i think that's the law now, at least in some places. Even more remarkable is that feminists lobbied for it. It's the only example of feminists doing things for men that i can think of apart from a amicus curiae filing by NOW in support of a law suit over the draft back many decades ago. Although they never followed through.
I suspect the motivation was to say fuck you to men like "men need to do their fair share of baby changing - lazy assholes using the excuse of not having any changing facilities" but regardless it was a good thing, especially for single dads.
It’s not a federal building, so it seems like they chose to do it on their own.
Here's the law:
Title IX complaint.
This is clearly a Title IX violation.
I mean, they are getting better grades simply for being female. That's clearly a Title IX violation.
File the complaint.
Do it for the love of god
People who earned their grades would thank you.
Wow. We are not even trying to hide the bias anymore.
Including hard working skillful women who are now going to attract suspicion. "Did they get here just because they're women or because they're actually good at the subject?"
You're pulling up a story from 2012 for circlejerk and upvotes? Seriously? This has been reposted to death. This is /sub/gaming bad.
The double standards are ridiculous. Whats also funny is that when this sort of thing (ass grabbing) happens to a male (it's happened to me a few times at concerts) we brush it off and most of us probably think something along the lines of "Cool, she thinks I'm hot." When a woman gets her ass grabbed nowadays she cries sexual assault and wants the mans life destroyed.
Yahoo tells it like it is.
“Why are men so stupid when to comes to women” I don’t know yahoo.... I really don’t know.
Can confirm. Got the same results. So both search engines must be preventing those results from coming up because ... vagina?
Put any other noun in there and preview results pop up...
The sad thing is, if someone saw you hanging up a flyer like this in 2018, you'd probably get accused of a hate crime.
Follow-up read for all:
This is a thing?? Why is nobody spreading it?
Oh right, our rights don't matter as much as women's
This did get hung up, there's a lot of controversy happening on both sides.
Had she said "kill all aboriginals / jews / anything-but-men" she'd have been rightly roasted alive.
But man-hate is celebrated and rewarded.
What a time to be alive. And they wonder why so many men are choosing not to be.
If a guy said "kill all women" he'd be publicly hanged!
Also funny how she mentions the number of women being killed but fails to mention the much much higher number of male murder victims...
Oh well... One renounED scientist shares a stupid video and he's banned from speaking. An unknown misandrist bloger calls for mass murder and no one bats an eye...
Appalling that they even considered her. “Ironic misandry” my ass.
A lot of people say that this won't work, and that Lifeline won't care about her hate speech.
They're correct. Lifeline won't care. They say right there in the article that they don't give a flying fuck. I mean, why would a suicide prevention hotline, whose most at-risk callers are men, care that they are promoting a woman who expresses joy at the idea of men dying?
With that in mind, it is still crucial to gather as much support for this cause as possible. Lifeline has to be held accountable for who they choose to represent them, and the whole "there are two sides to any issue" pitiful excuse they gave is tired and unwelcome. Months or years down the line, people are going to forget that a helpline working to prevent a horrific issue that disproportionately affects men hired an anti-male radical feminist to represent them. We need to spread this petition as far as possible to make sure that more people know, and that later we can point at it and say that Lifeline disagreed despite the fact that so many men rallied against Ford.
Of course I'm certain the feminism boards are discussing this, as they are for gender equality. /s
This guy deserves a fucking medal for that! As a TV host it takes courage to say no to those sorts of reactions and he spoke like a legend.
Can we just sticky this so we don't see reposts every two days?
I hate how the audience clapped after he spoke as if they agreed.
Sounded like more people clapped than laughed, kinda like some laughed and the rest didn’t like it, but it wasn’t their place to comment, so when they host did they agreed.
It's not implying a man's fault but as with most reports about injuries they have to be sure and tell people how many women are hurt because they are held up as more important than male victims.
They could say that one woman caused the death of the other one. While cheating is bad, are you willing to say that if a woman cheats and her husband kills the other man the woman "isn't guiltless" of that murder?
Saying he shares guilt for the murder is completely insane.
Affair leads to murder-suicide on Philly’s Main Line, leaving two successful women dead, police say
I mean, that's literally what happened. It's not implying that it was the man's fault. He certainly isn't guiltless, but I don't think that any reasonable person would assume that it's entirely his fault based solely off the headline.
Edit: I'm not saying the man is responsible in any way for the murder. He's not responsible for the murder in the slightest. I'm just saying he's not some innocent bystander who got caught up in all this.
Jeremy Kyle is awesome. From what all I've seen, he tells shit like it is, no matter the gender.
They laugh at his horrible situation and then they are called out on it and the whole audience claps. Like what the fuck?
People are sheep. Including us. It was a reaction, as soon as they thought about it they reassessed.
Just a little reminder of what r/relationships thinks of men and (step)fathers.
Before you read the thread I’m about to link, I want you to imagine that a man comes home and finds his 18-year-old son being arrested for repeatedly punching his 40-year-old stepmother.
I want you imagine how you think the women and white knights of our beloved relationships subreddit would react to that situation.
Then read this:
If you are a man, much less an eeeeeeeevil stepfather, you are just a ticking time bomb to this people. Your words can justify violence towards you and nobody will give you the slightest benefit of the doubt.
/sub/relationships is a shithole full of man-hating women.
And men. There are plenty of man hating men there.
That sub might as well be called /sub/doublestandards.
Basically these people have no idea why this altercation happened but they've already made up their minds. Nice.