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"Off With Their D--ks"

December 9, 2022

Wondering where I saw this horribly misandrist and violent saying? It was at work earlier when I was putting away new magazines and among the new magazines was a commorative Time magazine looking back on 2022, and on the front cover was an image of the Roe v Wade protests and a protestor holding a sign that said this. I wish I was joking. This goes to show how incredibly petty and vengeful feminists are towards men and how anti-male sexism is seen as perfectly fine and not a problem despite it being every bit as bad as the other way around. I don't agree with Roe v Wade being overturned at all and think it's a blatant infringement on the rights of women, but come on, blatantly wishing harm and in such a horrible way against men? It reminded me of when that stupid "#ARightMenShouldLose" hashtag was trending following the ban. Do these people forget there's many anti-abortion women who also fully support the ban? The image also showed another protestor with a sign saying that men against abortion should be neutered. Nice way to keep things civil there /sarcasm.

I'm so sick and tired of sexism against men and violence against men being overlooked or outright ignored. It's every bit as bad as when it's against women. Plus it's so worrying when impressionable young boys see this sort of thing. Just imagine the uproar if a male protester held up a sign saying something equally disgusting like "off with their tits," which would be every bit as disgusting and wrong.

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Title "Off With Their D--ks"
Author Skeleton_Warrior
Upvotes 47
Comments 9
Date December 9, 2022 3:36 AM UTC (3 months ago)
Subreddit /r/EverydayMisandry
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[–]Rolaid-Tommassi 9 points10 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

Now, there ya go assuming that they will be rational. Not a chance.

[–]Skeleton_Warrior[S] 7 points8 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

I never expect misandrists to be rational or logical at all. This only further confirms it.

[–]ArticulateApricot 5 points6 points  (2 children) | Copy Link

Too bad saying "off with their clits" is literally illegal in most parts of the world.

[–]DistrictAccurate 2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Obviously, you are referring to the double standard. Nonetheless, I want to clarify that, of course, neither should be acceptable.

[–]Skeleton_Warrior[S] 1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Reminds me of the double standards. Saying that would likely immediately get you arrested and charged with inciting violence. The protestor who held the sign saying "off with their dicks" should be arrested and charged as well.

[–]ChimpPimp20 1 point2 points  (3 children) | Copy Link

Wait till they find out most of us are cut at birth.

[–]lumpynose1 points [recovered] (2 children) | Copy Link

And very very few of us who were are not whining about it.

[–]ChimpPimp20 1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Different strokes I guess.

[–]DistrictAccurate[M] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

Your comment was removed due to the following statement:

And very very few of us who were circumcised are whining about it.

I am sure you had no intention to harm anyone, but your comment is not acceptable in this state.

Your personal assessment of the "procedure" might deviate from that of others for a variety of reasons, none of which, however, could even remotely justify the assessment of efforts to put an end to these atrocities as "whining", a term that does not accurately reflect the basic human rights and anti-misandry efforts undertaken in this context.

If you were criticizing the fact that too many men just accept or even approve of the fact that their parents decided, someone perpetrated and society allowed for them to be subjected to such torture and mutilation, then you need to make sure that this becomes clearer in order to prevent such serious misunderstandings. Note that being circumcized as the result of a genuinely voluntary decision is an acceptable option either way (if there were no coercive norms/shaming/etc. at play...).

The routine torture and mutilation of male children, at times experienced as sexual and met with ridicule, humiliation and the enjoyment of the boy's suffering and distress, are hard to describe in their extreme severity. It is fortunate that some men take a stand against what was done to them and realize that being able to do so (doing what was done to them or making someone else do it to them) necessitates a deficiency in the evaluation of men's value and rights on the part of all parties involved. Even though some might not remember or turn out to prefer the altered state of their body, they can still realize that having been stripped of that decision by their parents and all other parties involved, who decided to subject their child to a barbaric mutilation instead of leaving it to them to undergo voluntary surgery later on, constitute manifestations of a disturbing disregard for their rights and them as the people they were not treated as.

The trauma associated with the realization that those supposed to be closest to you were able to do something like that - with some even having been made aware of the actual proceedings beforehand, yet still having it done to their child - is (as would have to be expected) hardly tolerable for at least some of those victims who finally allowed themselves the respect and value to reach that conclusion.

The term "whining" in relation to this matter did not reflect the bare minimum regard for men, their issues or their experiences, even if the latter might differ from your own, and is thus not acceptable. Again, perhaps you did not intend for your statement to carry these connotations, in which case I would ask you to be more careful when talking about it in the future.

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