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Feminism's inevitable death spiral explained in simple infographic

Woah, dude. It's like it's actually spinning.
Woah, dude. It’s like it’s actually spinning.

Well, fellow members of the feminist sector, it’s been fun. But we’re all doomed, as this helpful infographic, prepared by Men’s Rights Edmonton, makes clear:


Ok, maybe “clear” isn’t the word I was looking for. Also, I left out the first part of the diagram. Does this make it any clearer?


Hmm. Is it too small? Here’s the whole thing, full sized.

That didn’t help either?

All right, then let this young fellow in the hippie costume with the obviously fake beard and the, uh, big knife, explain it in this video.

I’m being told that this is not actually someone in a hippie costume with a fake beard, but Nick Reading of Men’s Rights Edmonton, and this is just how he looks now. The knife thing is a little creepy but I suppose it’s still better than when he looked like this:


And, no, I didn’t draw that or project it onto your computer screen direct from my nightmares; that’s from a pamphlet Reading put together to promote his joke candidacy for Edmonton City Council as a member of the Patriarchy Party.

I’m not sure these MRAs understand public relations quite as well as they think they do.

H/T — r/GamerGhazi on Reddit

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7 years ago

I know. How did Pat Roberts even find his way here?

7 years ago

Dude, aren’t you an atheist?

And didn’t you speculate that Jesus might’ve been a cult leader or just plain made up?

7 years ago


I don’t agree with everything feminism stands for, but I’m frankly worried about what men want to replace it with.

I hope you at least believe in what the feminist movement seeks: full political, social, and economic equality for women. If you don’t, then perhaps you’re one of these activated non-feminists (whatever the hell that’s supposed to be).

Old-fashioned Christianity and chivalry was superstitious and slightly oppressive but stable, and if you were smart you’d conclude that Jesus would never promote rape and was friends with women.


And Moses said unto them, Have ye saved all the women alive? … Now therefore kill every male among the little ones, and kill every woman that hath known man by lying with him. But all the women children, that have not known a man by lying with him, keep alive for yourselves. — Numbers 31:15-18

No, it’s not attributed to Jesus, but it’s in the “good book”, and believers often point to things in the bible NOT said by Jesus (which is actually quite a lot of stuff). Sure seems like God, by way of Moses, endorses rape.

He once even stopped a group of hateful men from killing a prostitute with stones, remember: “Go, and sin no more.” he said to her.

Jesus totes doesn’t support rape because of this one time when he stopped men from killing a prostitute. I think your logic is broken.

But modern men here on the Internet just talk like a bunch of atheistic rapists with no spiritual ideals at all. They’re devolving into brutal animals.

Can you NOT associate atheists with rape? Rapists come from all types of backgrounds, all ethnicities, and all belief systems. It’s bad enough that we atheists are characterized in USAmerica as being worse than rapists simply because we don’t believe in imaginary deities without you adding to it here. That’s a stereotype that’s simply NOT true, and it needs to stop being thrown around.

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