Baddass Lawyer Speaks The Truth

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Title Baddass Lawyer Speaks The Truth
Author mhandanna
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Date 28 June 2020 02:36 AM UTC (10 months ago)
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[–]baneyney0713 points14 points  (4 children) | Copy

To read such eloquence and sense in a dumpster fire of a world that is Twitter (where most SJWs and feminazis lurk) is like having a sip of ice cold sprite in the middle of the burning Sahara desert.

[–]Mister0Cat[🍰] 1 point2 points  (3 children) | Copy

Twitter is only partially contaminated by those groups. The funny thing is that in country like Japan they see through the lies of those groups and there even is confrontation that can happen, by example when the redraw sailor moon challenge was launched someone made her as a fully Japanese native lookalike, there was a lot of western people going like "ha cool you made her look Japanese, she was white af" or any type of same remarks and the Japanese Twitter users pointed out the racism that were made.

I think a youtuber has done a video of that and other similar threads

[–]baneyney071 point2 points  (2 children) | Copy

Sailor Moon is literally a princess from the moon. Why can't people respect the artist's original creation of a beloved anime and just leave it alone to be enjoyed? I swear woke culture will be the bane of my existence

[–]Mister0Cat[🍰] 2 points3 points  (1 child) | Copy

Woke culture is a cancer that people who are not educated or too much retarded follow blindly while people with psychological disorders and mental health issues control it all.

Just like sjw and feminism. They are organisation that have no idea of what is moral and yet try to impose they values.

[–]baneyney071 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Couldn't agree more. The best we can do is educate ourselves, be aware of issues at hand. Also, don't argue with stupid people. It's a waste of time

[–]jrratx-1 points0 points  (1 child) | Copy

I wonder what it feels like to be this bitter of an insecure little boy. Good luck on your endeavors blaming women for everything under the sun. You can have meaningful disagreements, but if people like this think their inflammatory buzzwords will be taken seriously by the public, I’m afraid they’re mistaken.

[–]mhandanna[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

What are you on about? That wasn't even said.... Your are a prime example of seeing what you want to see/ well reading it, due to your idealogical zealouness (applies to any idealogy, in this case feminism)

As one feminsit said in her awakening:

So I'm asking questions, and I'm getting their full life story. And in the moment, I didn't realize it, but now looking back I can see, that while I was conducting my interviews, I wasn't actually listening. I was hearing them speak, and I knew the cameras were recording, but in those moments of sitting across from my enemy, I wasn't listening. What was I doing? I was anticipating. I was waiting to hear a sentence, or even just a couple of words in succession that proved what I wanted to believe: that I had found the misogynist. The ground zero of the war on women. A couple of times, I thought I had it. There was one men's rights activist that said to me, "Just walk outside and look around, everything you see was built by a man." Oh! That statement felt anti-women. I felt my jaw clench, but I sat quietly, as a documentarian should, while removing all the space between my upper and lower molars. (Laughter)

After my year of filming, I was reviewing the 100 hours of footage I had gathered, replaying and transcribing it, which believe me when I say no one will ever listen to you more than someone who transcribes your words. You should write that down. (Laughter) So, I was typing out every word meticulously, and through that process, I began to realize that my initial knee-jerk reactions to certain statements weren't really warranted, and my feeling offended did not hold up to intense scrutiny. Was that statement about men having built the skyscrapers and the bridges anti-women? I thought, well, what would be the gender-reverse scenario? Maybe a feminist saying: Just look around, everyone you see was birthed by a woman. Wow! That's a powerful statement. And it's true. Is it anti-male? I don't think so. I think it's acknowledging our unique and valued contributions to our society. Well, luckily, while I was making The Red Pill movie, I kept a video diary which ended up tracking my evolving views, and in looking back on the 37 diaries I recorded that year, there was a common theme.

I would often hear an innocent, valid point that a men's rights activist would make, but in my head, I would add on to their statements, a sexist or anti-woman spin, assuming that's what they wanted to say but didn't...

...So here are two examples of how that would go. A men's rights activist, an MRA, would say to me, "There are over 2,000 domestic violence shelters for women in the United States. But only one for men. Yet, multiple reputable studies show that men are just as likely to be abused." I would hear them say, "We don't need 2,000 shelters for women. They're all lying about being abused. It's all a scam." But in looking back on all the footages I've gathered of men's rights activists talking about shelters and all the blogs they've written and the video live-streams they have posted on YouTube, they are not trying to defund women's shelters. Not at all. All they're saying is that men can be abused too, and they deserve care and compassion.

Second example. A men's rights activist would say to me, "Where is justice for the man who was falsely accused of raping a woman, and because of this accusation, he loses his college scholarship and is branded with the inescapable title of a rapist." I would hear them say, "A woman being raped isn't a big deal." It's as if I didn't hear the word "falsely" accused of rape. All I heard was, "He was accused of rape." Of course, rape is a big deal, and all the men's rights activists I met agreed it is a horrible thing to have happened to anyone.

I eventually realized what they are saying is they are trying to add to the gender equality discussion,

who is standing up for the good-hearted, honorable man that loses his scholarship, his job, or worse yet, his children, because he is accused of something he absolutely did not do? (Sighs) Well, I couldn't keep denying the points they were making.

There are real issues. But in my effort to avoid agreeing with my enemy completely, I changed from putting words in their mouth to acknowledging the issue but insisting they are women's issues...

...So here are two examples of how that would go. A men's rights activist would say to me, "Men are far more likely to lose their child in a custody battle." And I would counter: "Well, because women are unfairly expected to be the caretaker. It's discrimination against women that women get custody more often." Yes. (Laughter) I am not proud of that. (Laughter)

Second example. An MRA would say to me, "Men are roughly 78% of all suicides throughout the world." And I would counter with: "But women attempt suicide more often. So ha! (Laughter) Ha?

It's not a contest. But I kept making it into one. Why couldn't I simply learn about men's issues and have compassion for male victims without jumping at the opportunity to insist that women are the real victims...

You can kill a man, but you can't kill an idea.

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