Men’s Rights group in Korea objects to demeaning song “Good Boy”

May 22, 2012
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men's rightsThe Men’s Rights Movement is fast spreading around the world

By Marc Angelucci, VP NCFM

A men’s rights group in Korea objects to Baek Ji Young’s demeaning ‘Good Boy’ Song. These groups are forming all over the world and it won’t stop despite the reactive ignorance in the American media.

A men’s rights association in Korea, Man of Korea, has filed an official request to seek the distribution ban of Baek Ji Young’s recently released title song, GoodBoy.

The group filed the motion against Baek Ji Young’s Good Boy on grounds the song lyrics belittled men.

A representative for Man of Korea said, “Baek Ji Young’s Good Boy contains contents about an older women domesticating a younger man. That expression, like that of a dog and its master, demeans men.”

The representative added, “The song lyrics describes the man lashing out against the woman with expressions as, ‘Barking at’ and ‘Biting its master’. In the music video they use a real dog and sets it up as handling a man like a well-trained dog.”

The representative said the expressions used were inappropriate saying, “We also believe in freedom of expression but can you say it’s the same freedom of expression [if the song’s lyrics] changed the gender point of view? Any normal and healthy male will feel serious displeasure at the song.”

The same group filed a similar motion last year in November seeking to ban the distribution of the movie You’re My Pet to the Seoul Central District Court on similar grounds. The motion was dismissed as groundless.

 

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4 Responses to Men’s Rights group in Korea objects to demeaning song “Good Boy”

  1. canon203 on June 1, 2012 at 8:30 AM

    Oops, South Korea is very woman and feminist world by many tourist of s korea..in south korea, public broadcast and media can't critisize about woman or woman-family authority, because it is a sexual sin of woman right in south korea.. it's very misunderstandable!

  2. ㅁㅁㄴㅇㄹ on May 29, 2012 at 7:39 AM

    한국은 여성부라는 초월적 기구가 있기 때문에, 한국의 남성들이 아무리 발악을 해도, 남성인권을 쟁취하기 어렵습니다. 그 보다 더 한 것은 페미니즘에 빠져있는 여성보다 더 그런 여성들을 추종하는 무리들이 사회를 망쳐놓고 있습니다.

  3. Fung Zhang Wei on May 24, 2012 at 10:20 AM

    South-Korea is following in Japan's footsteps, if the M.R.M.'s start to grow in Asia, the coming ''Asian century'' will strengthen our M.R.M.'s.

  4. masculist man on May 22, 2012 at 3:03 PM

    Give the misandrists hell my Korean brothers.

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