Don’t google “the red pill”

Twenty Things You Should Never, Ever Google

 

One they warn you about is googling “the Red Pill” because that will lead you to those terrible men’s rights guys!

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  1. Posted by fuzziewuzziebear on August 4, 2017 at 1:32 pm

    It will also take you to the movie of the same name. While attempts were made to ban it in the US and Canada, Australia is where the feminists succeeded in keeping it out of theaters. For all this, it is the most popular documentary to stream in that country. Silly Feminists! The natural reaction to seeing something banned is to find out what all the fuss is about. People don’t like censorship now that they are all grown up.

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    • Posted by Julian O'Dea on August 4, 2017 at 3:46 pm

      It caused a huge debate in Australia. Fortunately we are now seeing some dedicated male and female anti-feminists in the media here.

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      • Only in the recent few years have females have become ‘anti-feminists” (and usually ‘in name only’) — not because of the injustices perpetrated by feminism, but ONLY because they have finally started to be harmed by feminism and its institutionalized misandry.
        For example (in a nutshell):
        — more men are refusing to date and/or interact with women because of the danger of blatant and unfounded false accusations, which go unpunished for perjury, libel, and slander when those accusations are proven false.
        — men are refusing to marry because of the hostile and misandric ‘Family Court’ system, which relies on false accusations, demonstrated misandry, and villainization of men.
        — more men are becoming MGTOWs (Men Going Their Own Way), and refusing to accept the outmoded societal philosophy that marriage is important to the development of a man’s character and social development. Increasingly, men are rejecting marriage and relationships with women because of the demonstrated arrogance, selfishness, and narcissism that feminist Western women exhibit.

      • Posted by Julian O'Dea on August 7, 2017 at 4:36 am

        Ironically, one of the first anti-feminists was Arianna Stassinopolous. Now better known as Arianna Huffington of the feminist Huffington Post. She changed her tune.

        I seem to remember her on Australian television attacking feminism years ago. Her makeover as liberal feminist has always puzzled me.

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