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    I saw a thread about it here when I wasn't registered. It seemed to be dead for a long time so I am starting a new one as most forums frown on bringing up old threads.

    I personally can name very few examples:

    1. The Newsroom
    Regardless of how it treated men I found this show amazing from the begining except for a two guy one girl love triangle. But it is amazingly supportive of men. It even called out the kind of feminist articles and double standards a few times.
    And <spoilers>The love trigange was handled in a great way where the girl paid for her actions and both guys got other girls, I have never seen that on any other show or movie or game.</spoilers>

    2. Mellissa and Joey
    At least the first two seasons. It starting degrading fast later.

    3. Sherlock
    Superb show and female fans are strangely attracted to it despite the Sherlock treating Molly horribly. The American one "Elementry" is terrible and man-hating.

    4.Wicked Science
    Great old kids show from Australia. A boy and a girl both get powers, girl uses them for evil and has an obsession for the guy. The second season introduces Lex Luthor-like character who is a great villain himself.

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    Very few shows start red pill. And even fewer STAY red pill. Once a subversive show 'goes mainsteam' it tends to get feministed the fuck up to appease the blue pill masses.

    Rare exceptions...

    1. True Detective
    Feminists were up in arms about it's representation of women presumably because they are wives and mothers and strippers and sex abuse and murder victims instead of kick ass door kicking down card board cut outs. Come to think of it the men are wounded and damaged and wrestling with demons of their own.

    2. Spartacus (ONLY seasons 1 & 3 + prequel are very red pill). Season 2 has a whole load of feminist horseshit shoe horned in centering around the girl power warrior woman one of the Gladiators hooks up with and features several awful rape-revenge and white knight pay off and numerous girl power moments. 3rd and final season was a stunning return to form.Blood and Sand especially is straight up alpha as fuck.

    3. Millenium (season 1) (it's 2 & 3 seasons were subject to alot of exec issues behind the scenes at fox that saw a general decline in quality and dramatic changes in style tone and creative direction along with the insertion of a sexy girl power female sidekick).

    First season is solid gritty and alpha as fuck. Lance Henriksen is an FBI profiler who specialises in tracking down serial killers and has an almost supernatural ability to think and process like a killer which makes him best placed to predict their next moves. Like nothing on tv before or since.

    4.Generation Kill
    Based on a rolling stone journalists imbeded reporting during the first wave of operations during the second Iraq war. Authentic brilliant and devoid of feminist bullshit.

    5. Herge's Adventure's of Tintin (1990s)
    Animated 'boys own' adventure series. And inspiration and precursor to Indiana Jones

    These days if a tv show even HAS a woman in it you can almost bet your life feminist dog shit will be a key part of her characterisation.
    Last edited by Maxx; 10-25-2014, 11:40 PM.
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    • #3
      Jojo's Bizarre Adventure: Apart from Two ( Speedwagon in Part One, polnareff in Part 3) All the Major Male characters are portrayed as Competent and Intelligent. Hell Apart from Jotaro's Mom and Grandma in Part 3, Most of the Female Characters featured have been, a Psychotic Old Lady (Enya), A Ugly Parasite Woman using the Husk of another woman to look pretty and uses said powers to feed on other people (Nena) and a spoiled Runaway . (

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Maxx View Post
        Very few shows start red pill. And even fewer STAY red pill. Once a subversive show 'goes mainsteam' it tends to get feministed the fuck up to appease the blue pill masses.

        Rare exceptions...

        1. True Detective
        Feminists were up in arms about it's representation of women presumably because they are wives and mothers and strippers and sex abuse and murder victims instead of kick ass door kicking down card board cut outs. Come to think of it the men are wounded and damaged and wrestling with demons of their own.

        2. Spartacus (ONLY seasons 1 & 3 + prequel are very red pill). Season 2 has a whole load of feminist horseshit shoe horned in centering around the girl power warrior woman one of the Gladiators hooks up with and features several awful rape-revenge and white knight pay off and numerous girl power moments. 3rd and final season was a stunning return to form.Blood and Sand especially is straight up alpha as fuck.

        3. Millenium (season 1) (it's 2 & 3 seasons were subject to alot of exec issues behind the scenes at fox that saw a general decline in quality and dramatic changes in style tone and creative direction along with the insertion of a sexy girl power female sidekick).

        First season is solid gritty and alpha as fuck. Lance Henriksen is an FBI profiler who specialises in tracking down serial killers and has an almost supernatural ability to think and process like a killer which makes him best placed to predict their next moves. Like nothing on tv before or since.

        4.Generation Kill
        Based on a rolling stone journalists imbeded reporting during the first wave of operations during the second Iraq war. Authentic brilliant and devoid of feminist bullshit.

        5. Herge's Adventure's of Tintin (1990s)
        Animated 'boys own' adventure series. And inspiration and precursor to Indiana Jones

        These days if a tv show even HAS a woman in it you can almost bet your life feminist dog shit will be a key part of her characterisation.
        I have actually heard feminist praise for True Detective saying and I quote, "it shows how men hurt the women they love"
        I will try to watch Spartacus when I get the time.
        And I definitely agree with the last part. Back in about 2003, Disney had a show called Kim Possible, it had a female protagonist but was still good towards men and didn't have those feminist issues and one of the most powerful villains was the arch-nemesis of the goofy male sidekick. If that show was made today, it would be terrible.

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        • #5
          Just saw another great one.
          Constentine. I don't know how the rest of the show will be but the second episode has an excellent ending. The only time I have seen such a thing. I won't reveal it because you really need to see it. I very highly recommend at least that episode.

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          • #6
            anything else? I'm running out of tv series to watch

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Super Ginrai View Post
              Jojo's Bizarre Adventure
              Yes, definitely. If anime like JoJo is allowed, I could name quite a few others as well.

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              • #8
                I like "Justified". Final season starts on FX in January.

                http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1489428/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1
                "...but when she goes off you, she will not just walk away, she will walk away with your fucking skin in a jar." ~~ DoctorRandomercam
                "The laws of man, they don't apply when blood gets in a woman's eye" - The Black Keys

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                • #9
                  What my husband is particularly tired of is all the 'token minorities'. You know, the token gay, the token black, the token asian.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Berne View Post
                    What my husband is particularly tired of is all the 'token minorities'. You know, the token gay, the token black, the token asian.
                    This is one of the most harmful and toxic creations for which we can thank the cultural left....in demanding representation of minorities be shoe horned into fucking everything they provoke creatives and producers into pandering to their insistance on inclusivity by sprinkling the support cast with 'color' and 'variety'.

                    What happens is that stories revolve around the main white folks doing the main white shit while improabably surrounded by a rainbow colored array of token minorities who are defined exclusively by their race or sexual orientation or whatever else.

                    DIFFERENCES between social, ethnic groups of people are ENHANCED and endlessly HIGHLIGHTED instead of every being collectively ignored and moved past from a cultural pov.

                    If those on the cultural left made their own shit instead of bullying others into pandering to their whims...we'd get INCIDENTALLY black or gay or asian characters falling in love and fighting and jumping out of helicopters and doing all the other shit that MAIN characters do in movies....instead of this bull shit high minded drive that they be 'included' for the sake of PC that insures they end up included as the very same offensive support role stereotypes those on the left claim to be pissed about.

                    I swear they MUST be working together. Since they fucking FUEL the very tokenism they earn their breat bitching about.
                    Last edited by Maxx; 12-16-2014, 11:04 PM.
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                    • #11
                      So neither of these movies are 'perfect' but i thought they had good male vibe in them

                      The Finishers - A french film about a Paralised teenager who discovers his fathers past attempt at an Ironman Triathlon and his wish to do one with his father.

                      Chef - This movie I though had many good points 1)despite being divorced mother still wants the fathers involvement and encourages that 2) The father doesn't have to sacrifice himself to be of any use or win his family back. In fact its the father rediscovering himself and his strengths that is what 'wins the day'. 3) the co worker as the outside role model for the boy. I liked this the best as I saw in him many men from my child hood. Men who tried the very best to be good role models for boys that are not their own.
                      I see this outside role model as being very important. A father can be sometimes a little over protective of his own son, but others are more willing to let him explore boundaries more example trying his first beer in the movie. Rather than done in secrecy with his friends in bushes, its now done in the far safer environment of adults.

                      St Vincent - I watched this one with initial caution, grumpy, drunk, gambling old man raises son of newly divorced mother.
                      Things I liked - Vincent didn't have to be 'perfect' to be good. Despite the mother not liking the father of her child, she accepts that he has a right to still be a father.

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                      • #12
                        Surviving Jack

                        Originally posted by LiamWolf View Post
                        anything else? I'm running out of tv series to watch
                        I found a TV show "Surviving Jack." It was funny as hell. It had a strong male father and role model taking his son through puberty. You'll laugh your ass off.

                        It only lasted one season and stars Christopher Meloni, from law & Order SVU. I guess the powers that be didn't think a show with a strong male role model would sell.

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                        • #13
                          Transformers- all but one autobot is male. The only female is in the cartoons. Her name is Kaycee, she transforms into a motorcycle, and a young human male "rides" her.
                          In action, she is very brave, but significantly smaller than the male autobot's, and is not shown to be impossibly competent and dangerous as per usual when Hollywood has female action heroes.
                          The good Transformers are the Autobots, and they are shown as extremely brave and noble, unhesitatingly jumping into a fight, even against overwhelming odds, to defend the good.
                          The movies always have a delicious babe of course, but she serves mostly as eye-candy, or as a damsel in distress motivation for the human guys.
                          I get to see a lot of Transformers because my 3 boys like them, and I approve of them. There is nothing in them attacking maleness, and instead, it celebrates it.
                          It reminds me of the original Star Trek. Eye candy ladies every week in skimpy costumes, Captain Kirk refusing to lose, Good Guys Win!

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                          • #14
                            I just ordered a few dvd's for the kids amongst which Transformers, some more Tintin and The Smurfs. All with great male rolemodels and no action chicks. Also ordered Niko And The Flying Brigade, a Finnish production from a few years back, probably known in the US as The Flight Before Christmas. It's an endearing story of a little courageous male reindeer who goes in search of his father together with a male squirrel. Not entirely free of man ridiculing but still doable and no action chicks.

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                            • #15
                              dead wood
                              Sherlock (BBC)
                              film: the scent of a woman (Al Pacino's famous 'hoo haa')
                              fight club
                              Donnie Brasco (Al Pacino, johnny depp, mafia movie about an undercover CIA agent infiltrating the mafia)
                              full metal jacket (the hell of forced state slavery known as military conscription)

                              American beauty...now this may be controversial but it shows the nature of some hypergamous women and blue pill men who do everything for their wives and are still treated like crap and when he does his own thing she get's highly 'offended' ie she pays no emotional, romantic or sexual attention to him and then goes mental and convinces herself she's the victim when he just does his own thing and starts to look at younger women...what does she expect?
                              it also explores the route of militant homophobia.

                              i find shows and films that explore and demonstrate gender stereo types and media gender bias interesting so i can pick them apart...up to a point it still has to be well made and well acted though, the propaganda doesn't work on you if you easily see it every time
                              "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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