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    Anyone else from sydney here?
    Interested in men rights activism in the Sydney area ?
    Go to mensrightssydney.com

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    Not from Sydney, but from Port Macquarie which I guess is not too far away.

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    • #3
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      For me 6 hrs of driving Is far away
      Interested in men rights activism in the Sydney area ?
      Go to mensrightssydney.com

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      • #4
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        Hey welcome aboard Imdefender.
        I'm not from the land of OZ. But seen you are a new member and just popped on by to say hi.
        Cheers,
        Dan

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        • #5
          RE: sydney

          Originally posted by Imdefender
          For me 6 hrs of driving Is far away
          Haha it's nowhere near 6 hours drive anymore. More like 4 with thanks to all the dual carriage-way work.

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          • #6
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            Originally posted by Dannyboy
            Hey welcome aboard Imdefender.
            I'm not from the land of OZ. But seen you are a new member and just popped on by to say hi.
            Cheers,
            Dan
            thanks

            Originally posted by Dazza
            Haha it's nowhere near 6 hours drive anymore. More like 4 with thanks to all the dual carriage-way work.
            Well In the unlikely event where we meet I'd be more the happy to do so in Newcastle
            Interested in men rights activism in the Sydney area ?
            Go to mensrightssydney.com

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            • #7
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              Imdefender, Im in Rozelle. Your post beat me by a minute.

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              • #8
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                Originally posted by phatPhuk
                Imdefender, Im in Rozelle. Your post beat me by a minute.
                Im in Blacktown !!
                Interested in men rights activism in the Sydney area ?
                Go to mensrightssydney.com

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                • #9
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                  Originally posted by Imdefender
                  Originally posted by phatPhuk
                  Imdefender, Im in Rozelle. Your post beat me by a minute.
                  Im in Blacktown !!
                  Good to hear I'm not alone in the big smoke. I hope there are others here. Im keen to do some type of work in the near future.

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                  • #10
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                    Hey blokes,
                    this just popped into my head so I put it up on the brisbae forum, you are welcome to repaet it if you want!

                    Got some muscles, got some balls
                    Got some brains but that's not all

                    Got some truth and got some honour
                    So femofacists, your'e a gonner!

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                    • #11
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                      i live about 3 hours away from sydney
                      \"i\'m nobody that you ever wanna be,cos i know that the world is afraid of me\"

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                      • #12
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                        Fly by night my friends!!! Avoid cameras, security, and witnesses. Post in the wee hours or in locations that are vacant at the moment but will see traffic afterwards. Bathroom stalls, empty halls, or even just off campus (telephone poles etc.) where students will pass by in the morning on their way to class. Make them difficult to remove if off campus so that many will see them and they'll be the subject of gossip. Make sure they are from academic sources or they will be easily dismissed by feminist denigration and disparagement. Plan well. No finger prints kinda planning ;-}

                        I used to hang thought provoking/implanting posters around my campus(es) like the cover of Dr. Warren Farrell's book "Does feminism discriminate agaist men?" or "The war against boys" by DR. Christina Hoff Sommers. Being that Sommers is a woman helps to show girls that they don't have to toe the party line and can be critical of feminism.

                        Quick, easy sentences to read as one passes which can easily implant opinions -psycholinguistics. The sentences alone can bypass critical thought. This is repeatedly shown through research in psychology and liguistics.

                        For example: 'does feminism discriminate against men?' can easily be confused by many as 'feminism does discriminate against men'. The brain will cut corners everywhere it can in order to assimilate, analyse, and file or discard sensory info. The brain doesn't always work with and deposit info in the way it is received. This type of research often looks at the power of chosen syntax, the chosen lexicon etc., and how people react differently if one changes aspects of communication. It's not foolproof but it can be used to one's advantage.


                        Do NOT think about a Blue Polar Bear.


                        Many people will have an image of a blue polar bear in their minds upon reading that statement even though they were told NOT to think about it -even more will if they hear the sentence. The presence of the words 'blue polar bear' simply causes the thought and 'NOT' falls to the wayside. The brain picks up 'think about' and 'blue polar bear'.

                        Language is powerful, so use it sparingly in certain cases as too much will overload passers-by causing the message to be lost.

                        Longer texts should be placed where people will have the time to stop and read them -bathroom stalls, bus stops, restaurant bathrooms etc.

                        This has been done before so it can be done again and again and again.
                        Grandmother Stabs Her 4-Year-Old Grandson To Death
                        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIB4yE2xGkU

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                        • #13
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                          Clementine Ford wrote an article called "Two Ways To Dismantle Rape Culture" (SMH March 12) I replied by email quoting AVfM as a source of statistics. Her reply email stated: "AVFM is a propaganda website whose aim isn't to end patriarchy and liberate all humans but to attack and belittle feminists while denying inequality against women exists. It's a crank site." Ouch, a wonder if she feels as strongly about any feminist websites?

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                          • #14
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                            Not sure how active this section is at the moment, but yeah I live in Haberfield, in the Inner West.

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                            • #15
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                              I work in Sydney, but I live on the Central Coast (just outside Gosford)
                              Spoon boy: Do not try and bend the Patriarchy. That's impossible. Instead... only try to realize the truth.
                              Neo: What truth?
                              Spoon boy: There is no Patriarchy.

                              Apparently, women get only 77 cents for every dollar a man earns. We only have 23 cents left, but feminists insist they want the rest.

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