Update 2018 08 02: To check functionality of links, repair broken links and to add required references and links
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
Misandry (IPA [m?.?sæn.dri]) is the hatred of men as a sex. It is considered a type of sexism, and those holding misandric beliefs can be of either sex. Misandry is not discussed very often compared to misogyny.
- Misandry – It’s a Sin – 01:45
- MSNBC: False Rape Allegation Thwarted By Police Camera – 04:44
- Breaking The Lies 1 – The Gentler Sex Offender – 10:1
- Women can commit crimes, and get away with it – 06:06
Wife beats up husband – husband gets sent to prison!– 03:52 (2018 08 02: »”Wife beats up husband -hu…” is no longer available due to a copyright claim by a third party.« This link contains a description of the video.) *
- Feminists Disrupt a Forum About Battered Husbands 1 – 01:52
- The Gregory Mantell Show — Parental Alienation Syndrome – 25:55
* YouTube has a large supply of videos showing, without a doubt, there is no shortage of incidents that illustrate that misandry ranks supreme, especially when it comes to wives beating their husbands.
Addendum 2018 08 02
Misandry turned to physical violence by wives against husbands
YouTube is not the only source of information relating to misandry (hatred of men) turned to violence against husbands. Take the example of this internet search, to show just some entries out of the first few in the list of 38,200 results that indicate extreme violence by women directed at their husbands or their husband’s girlfriends:
- Hell hath no fury: Scorned woman strips her husband’s alleged mistress in public before violently slapping and stamping on her
- Wife who killed husband with hammer gets life in prison
- I caught my wife sleeping with her boss — and now I might end up in jail
- Wife Spanks Me In Front Of Her Mother
Results vary, depending on which search engine is used for that search. One must wonder how the myth of female innocence ever came into existence, given that recorded instances of extreme hatred of men go back for thousands of years.
Take the story of the death of John the Baptist or the one of Joseph and Potiphar’s wife, which latter, furious at Joseph for resisting her attempts to seduce him, falsely accused him of attempted rape. Hatred of men can hardly turn more violent and damaging than it did in those two cases, but – over time – there were millions of similar cases of such extreme hatred of men. Yet, the myth of female innocence persists.
- Misandry, hatred of men, leads to discrimination against men
- Good Men Project is Supreme Misandry
- “Back to the Basics of Life and Death”, a feminist statement full of misandry
- Extremist and cunning misandry: Alberta FV round-table discussion workbook
- Paternity-Test Misandry
- Flushing hubby down the drain is not news