Feminist Kabuki Theater?

April 8, 2011
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Not one peep about men's health from our caring and peace loving Congresswomen and Lady Senators. They only care about themselves. Pretty disgusting.

What About Men’s Health?

I don’t know any other way to profile the subject matter of the linked news story at bottom, than as the sexist farce, neglecting men, that it is.

1. Given: according to the CDC, of the 12 leading causes of death in America: men lead in 12 categories, are tied with women in two, and women lead in only one.

2. Given: there is an Office of Women’s Health at my federal, state and local level, but none for men.

3. Given: men have no legal reproductive rights, or choices, regarding their off spring as women do.

Yet we see feminists protesting in D.C. to “Stop the War on Women’s Health.” No comments are expressed about men’s health, or rights, in this feminist, Kabuki theater (IMO) tirade. Oh, and yes, my CA Senator Barbara Boxer was there.

“Here’s What Happened at the ‘Stand Up For Women’s Health’ Rally in Washington, DC”

http://tinyurl.com/3rphkpd

“We are not – we are not! – bending on women’s health,” Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said today.

http://tinyurl.com/6kstc3x

“We want the women and families of America to know that we will continue to defend women’s health…” CA Senator Barbara Boxer

http://boxer.senate.gov/en/press/releases/020811.cfm

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3 Responses to Feminist Kabuki Theater?

  1. Sammantha on August 15, 2012 at 9:51 PM

    Hi there, I somehow happened upon this site and thought I might as well post my two cents. I agree with the fact that men’s equality is not given enough support and there is tons of discrimination towards males. However that does not make the women’s equality movement a farce. It is sad some people feel that feminists like me are just trying to dominate our male counterparts and even sadder when there are women who do. We are all people and should be treated equally.
    Love you guys and gals. Wish you all luck in the future.

  2. Ray on April 9, 2011 at 4:09 AM

    Here is this all too common story, but now, where are all the commenters from the sea otter classic story who were saying men don't have any real discrimination, or oppressions? Waiting, waiting, still waiting…

  3. William Wallace LA on April 9, 2011 at 4:01 AM

    Farce = "Women's Equality Movement"

    Truth = "Female Supremacy and Domination Junta"

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