Monthly Archives: October 2010

Man Woman & Myth

Many thanks to George Rolph for pointing me to Man Woman & Myth. [Note 2018 04 07: This posting has been updated to replace non-functioning links with functioning ones and to install a new link to the announced video series on YouTube.] Man Woman & Myth (the preceding link is to the video series on YouTube.) Truth, Lies and the War on Men The website [the website no longer exists, but the video series announced by it still does; follow this: Man Woman & Myth, to be able to watch the videos on YouTube] identified by the preceding link is one of the most important ones I have come across in decades.  … Continue reading

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Women Enablermolesters

This discussion thread on Women Enablermolesters deserves input from many people, it seems, even though it will be difficult to figure out at this start of it where it may lead. The title of the thread is taken from a message I received a couple of days ago from Stephen Hicks.  Let’s take the definition of the scope of this discussion from that title and try to stay within that.  Any comments that will stray too far from that will be considered to be off-topic.  We need a bit of focus on this, or else we will wind up expanding this discussion to include all and every aspect of human … Continue reading

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Wife, 74, found fit to stand trial

Wife, 74, found fit to stand trial, for murdering her husband Well, it can’t be a full moon.  Looking at the sky last night told me that it isn’t, and the calendar tells me the same thing.  Nevertheless, here is another story in which the wife, the killer who is alleged to have shot her husband death, placed him in an incinerator so the coyotes would not eat him.  I am not kidding, but, of course, she is another victim, and the real culprit, “honestly, Your Honour,” is the dastardly husband who is not around any longer to testify on his own behalf. Accused of shooting abusive husband, placing corpse … Continue reading

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Devoted wife burns her husband to death

Just about missed the latest on Devoted wife burns her husband to death. A DEVOTED wife who fatally set her husband alight while trying to burn a mark on his penis has been acquitted of murder. After deliberating for nine hours over two days, a Supreme Court jury today found Rajini Narayan not guilty, by majority verdict, of murder. They instead ruled her crime – throwing petrol and a lit candle onto the back of her husband, Satish – was manslaughter. That sort of devotion anyone would want to do without. Still, she got her wish, she lit his penis. So, there was a bit of collateral damage. That does … Continue reading

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US mum killed twin girls with samurai sword

US mum killed twin girls with samurai sword 9NEWS ninemsn.com 16:00 AEST Wed Oct 27 2010 By ninemsn staff A Californian mother has faced court accused of killing her twin daughters with a samurai sword. [sic] Monica McCarrick, 28, allegedly stabbed her three-year-old girls, set fire to her apartment and then stabbed herself on October 12….(Full Story That link no longer works, but try this one to an article about the case at the Daily Mail) ______________ For more of today’s crop of stories about women’s violence gleaned from mensactivism.org, check these links (note: incomplete list; see complete list): Feministing comments on mother accused of murdering baby over farmville game … Continue reading

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Mom kills baby, for interrupting FarmVille computer game

Mom kills baby, for interrupting FarmVille computer game The Florida Times Union Jacksoncille.com Jacksonville mom shakes baby for interrupting FarmVille, pleads guilty to murder Posted: October 27, 2010 – 11:13am By David Hunt A Jacksonville mother charged with shaking her baby to death has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder. Alexandra V. Tobias, 22, was arrested after the January death of 3-month-old Dylan Lee Edmondson. She told investigators she became angry because the baby was crying while she was playing a computer game called FarmVille on the Facebook social-networking website….(Full Story) An update to the story explains: According to court records, her child abuse arrest violated a six-month probation she began … Continue reading

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Seeking Identity of Anonymous Sperm-Donor

Seeking Identity of Anonymous Sperm-Donor LifeSiteNews.com Tuesday October 26, 2010 Woman Seeks Identity of Anonymous Sperm-Donor Father By Patrick B. Craine VANCOUVER, British Columbia, October 26, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) — In a case showing the painful consequences faced by children conceived through artificial reproduction, a British Columbia woman is petitioning the courts to find out the identity of her father, an anonymous sperm donor….(Full Story)

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Emotional effects of homosexuality

Emotional effects of homosexuality Hello [name not shown], Thank you for your letter dated October 5, 2010.  I received the letter today. You described your intentions to prepare for a 45-minute presentation on “the emotional effects homosexuality may have,” on individuals, I presume, although in your opening paragraph you emphasized that you are “focusing  on how being homosexual might affect a person’s daily life.”  Those two perspectives are related.  Still, each would require a unique and different scope of your inquiries, scopes that overlap in some areas. Furthermore, you asked whether I could send to you “any informational materials, referrals, and/or suggestions” that I “might be able to share on … Continue reading

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Belfort Bax on jurisprudence and men’s issues

Belfort Bax on jurisprudence and men’s issues Just in case you never read anything about or by Belfort Bax, here are important links of interest to anyone who wishes to know more about feminism. The social revolution that began in the 1960s and with the credit for which second-wave-feminism adorns itself is nothing new.  It is the final stage of a social revolution that is a continuation of a trend made possible through the chivalry by “men” of the Victorian age (politicians, judges, lawyers, writers and journalists) who did their best to give women – in the name of liberating them from male oppression – more and more privileges at … Continue reading

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Child apprehension because of a bagel

Child apprehension because of a bagel Child Protective Services in Pennsylvania removed a one-day old baby from her mother because of a bagel. Where was the father?   No father was mentioned in the story, and the moral is: fathers don’t matter.

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