28 Sep 2016

EuroShitLocker + The Great [US] Debate - WB7

Nottingham Women Be Like.....

6oodfella: At first it may appear like an exaggeration, but come back in a few months and you'll find that it's incredibly accurate.

Mike Buchanan Will Stand Against Radical Feminist Theresa May MP, Prime Minister, At The 2020 General Election

By Mike Buchanan: Following a stretegic review of our options for the 2020 general election, we’ve adopted a new strategy, the elements of which will be revealed in due course.
The first element is that I’ll be standing against Theresa May MP, prime minister, in her Maidenhead constituency, which she has represented since its creation in 1997. She is, of course, a self-declared feminist – infamously wearing a Fawcett Society T-shirt bearing the words, ‘This is what a feminist looks like’, when in opposition – and she heads a deeply anti-male (and socially unconservative) Conservative government, as anti-male as any of its Labour predecessors. The administration is doing nothing, for example, about the decades-old assaults on the nuclear family, and the denial of access after family breakdowns of children, fathers, and paternal grandparents.
The Maidenhead Advertiser has just exclusively broken the story, here. It’s already attracted one snarky comment, to which I’ve replied. I invite J4MB supporters to post their own comments. Let’s send a clear message to the good people of the Maidenhead constituency that men’s and boys’ human rights have been assaulted by the state’s actions and inactions for too long, and must end.

US Title IX And College Rape: A Series Of Injustice, The Conclusion

By : This series started in an effort to bring awareness to the issue of [US] colleges attempting to adjudicate accusations of sexual assault on their campuses. Part 1 discussed two separate cases: Both men were clearly not responsible for what they were accused of; however, both had life-altering consequences. Part 2 discussed a case in which both the male and the female said it was not rape, and both parties filed their own Title IX lawsuits after the school refused to drop the case. Part 3 not only outlined an additional innocent man, but also brought the effects of a few of the “lucky” young men who were accused and found not responsible and the lingering effects of the accusation. In Part 4, a young man who was actually a victim of sexual assault was later held responsible regardless of the facts presented.
Stop Abusive and Violent Environments is one of the resources available to those who find themselves accused. SAVE recently released a detailed report on this topic. The 261 lawsuits reviewed included 207 separate universities. If that is not considered a systematic failure, I don’t know what is.
One judge involved in the case of Dez Wells v. Xavier University said:
“Moreover, it appears to the Court that the [University Conduct Board] here, a body well-equipped to adjudicate questions of cheating, may have been in over its head with relation to an alleged false accusation of sexual assault.

Mapping The Palestinian Struggle

By Sarah Irving: Given the centrality of memory and history to modern Palestinian identity, it is fitting that the number of memoirs and diaries being published by Palestinians seems to be on the rise.
In recent years two subgenres of Palestinian autobiography and memoir have emerged. First are accounts by diarists such as Wasif Jawhariyyeh, Anbara Salam Khalidi, Sami Amr and Ihsan Turjman, born in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, who witnessed the First World War and British Mandate rule in Palestine, and experienced the Nakba — the mass displacement of Palestinians during the founding of the State of Israel — as adults.
Secondly, there are memoirs of those who were children or young adults when the Nakba occurred. Coming from figures such as Shafiq al-Hout, Mourid Barghouti, Ghada Karmi, Yusif Sayigh and now Salman Abu Sitta, these are often written with a more explicit purpose — memoirs of lives as exiles and refugees fighting for Palestinian rights, rather than diaries kept for personal use.
These common themes are also to be found in Mapping My Return. The trauma of war and refugee life, political lives of constant struggle (with Israel, but also often with Yasser Arafat) and fierce love for their homeland and especially the towns and cities — Jerusalem, Deir Ghassaneh, Hebron — in which they were born and raised.

Top Modelling Agent Says Male Models ‘Suffer Big Pay Gap’ Compared To Women

Male models are being paid up to 75% less than women, according to a top modelling agent.
By Mikey Aveline: Elizabeth Rose manages male models at Premier, which has helped build the careers of Naomi Campbell and Cindy Crawford.
"I think it's the only industry where men get paid less than women. It's unfair for men [and] I wouldn't say it's female empowerment at all."
She says a woman could be paid up to £40,000 for walking in a top show. 
Right: The British model David Gandy is one of the best known worldwide
A male model would only get £10,000 on average.
With London Fashion Week over, Elizabeth's models are getting ready for Milan and Paris.
She says the situation is slowly changing because advertisers are increasingly looking for male, as well as female, models.
"[One] reason why women get paid more is that [advertisers] say women spend more money on female products, but I think it's one of those things that's changing.
'Roger Frampton is calling for equal pay for male and female models'
"More and more, male models are being used for grooming products.
"Men are taking a lot more care of themselves generally in the 2000s.

Mental Women - MGTOW

"Two years ago I found out about something called cluster B personality, Histrionic, Narcissistic and Borderline disorders. I had a significant other that had to take the MMPI-2 test and be reviewed by a psychiatrist. To be fair I went and had the same personality test done on me out of curiosity. What was important is I learned that everyone has personality traits but when they become destructive they move to a category called a disorder. The real key is most of us never even know this stuff exists and frankly the psychological world under diagnoses this stuff since most with these issues will never go and get tested.

Martin Daubney, Interview At ICMI16 In London, UK

Martin is an award winning magazine Editor and newspaper journalist of 20 years’ experience. He also writes regular in-depth men’s issues features for The Sunday Times, and is a seasoned broadcaster for Sky News, ITV, BBC & Channel 5. In 2013 he presented Channel 4’s Porn On The Brain, which has since been aired in seven countries. From 2002 to 2010 he edited iconic lad’s mag loaded, until fatherhood dragged him into the real world.