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    Welcome, I'm glad you gentlemen can join us. I'm new to the forum, 2 or 3 weeks old but been waiting for something like this, and its finally here.

    I read in article on the web, that british men no longer want to have sex with british women because there sick of the b.s. amd women don't know why. Is this true or false?
    A growing trend?

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    Originally posted by bigboy83 View Post
    I read in article on the web, that british men no longer want to have sex with british women because there sick of the b.s. amd women don't know why. Is this true or false?
    A growing trend?
    edit (5 hours later - sorry!) Here is 1 article on the subject. It isn't too enlightened, but have a look at the highest rated comments

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/ar....html#comments

    I can only speak for myself as a UK male, but yes that is why I am a "monk" MGTOW.

    An anti-male witch hunt has been going on for years in the UK media, fuelled by women such as Rebecca Brooks (former Editor of the News of the World), who used her position to run an anti-child abuse campaign which focussed solely on men as the abusers and ignored all female perpetrators. Earlier, Brooks had run a campaign against DV which ignored all male victims and female perpetrators, but this was discontinued after she herself was arrested for assaulting her partner at the time, actor Ross Kemp. The News of the World, despite asserting that it would always work to expose perpetrators of DV, did not print a word of the incident).

    This is mirrored by the Crown Prosecution Service who have pursued only men in their search for child abusers. Several very high profile cases (Michael le Vell, Dave Lee Travis, Ken Barlow, Nigel Evans, Freddy Starr, Lord Rennard) have recently resulted in men being cleared of all charges of sexual assault. Their accusers have remained completely anonymous, naturally, except where they voluntarily waived their "right" to anonymity. Many of these accusations date back to the 1970's but Alison Saunders, the Director of Public Prosecutions, continues to pursue her agenda against men.

    Turn on the BBC news any night and you will see constant negative images of men, usually accused of sex crimes, and women compared favourably with men in at least one piece on many nights. This state-funded media organisation relentlessly promotes the feminist narrative (see for instance the recent #blurredlines debate with Germaine Greer and Kirsty Wark, http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0436qlw) and widely publicises every supposed instance of sexism against women, while any attempt to question feminism is silenced. In a recent piece on the flagship "Newsnight" program, male victims of DV were completely ignored. http://j4mb.wordpress.com/2014/01/08...nce-yet-again/

    We do get the usual "Where have all the good men gone" media pieces, but whenever people try to answer the question honestly, they are shouted down.

    However, there are small causes for hope. For example, the recently UK local government and European Parliament elections saw a massive swing towards UKIP, a party which - while not actively promoting men's rights issues, is deeply sceptical of the feminist narrative and its cheerleader, the EU. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/poli...ions-2014.html


    And Mike Buchanan is doing great work with his organisation Justice for Men and Boys (http://j4mb.wordpress.com/). We also have a very good Office for National Statistics which publishes truth about gender inequality, for example in the case of the much higher rate of unexplained deaths amongst baby boys(http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/publicatio...cm%3A77-224369) and occasionally stands up and challenges leading feminists on their bullshit. (http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk...s-1702796.html)

    So yes you are right. As a UK male I am sick of this and I won't be going near any woman for some time soon.
    Last edited by numbCruncher; 05-24-2014, 03:06 PM.

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      i've met so so many dysfunctional women in the UK the chances of me finding a woman i would happily share my life with are probably one in 10 million, sorry UK ladies, i do hope I'm proven wrong but i doubt it.

      by the way even though they've been very quiet lately fathers for justice did get their cause into mainstream news a good few times
      Last edited by simeon the crushed; 01-07-2015, 01:12 PM.
      "There's a time when the operation of the machine becomes so odious—makes you so sick at heart—that you can't take part. You can't even passively take part. And you've got to put your bodies upon the gears and upon the wheels, upon the levers, upon all the apparatus, and you've got to make it stop. And you've got to indicate to the people who run it, to the people who own it, that unless you're free, the machine will be prevented from working at all."
      Mario Savio

      "A single, seemingly powerless person who dares to cry out the word of truth
      and to stand behind it with all his person and all his life, ready to pay a
      high price, has, surprisingly, greater power, though formally disfranchised,
      than do thousands of anonymous voters."
      Vaclav Havel
      'if you want to know who rules you, look at who you're not allowed to criticise' Voltaire

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