It turns out that MRA’s don’t confine themselves to writing screeds against child support, whining that domestic abuse shelters built by women for women don’t house men instead of building new shelters, and falling for ridiculous spermjacking stories on Reddit. They also steal icons make art to convey their totally positive, man-centric messages. They store some of that art here.
What sorts of messages will you find there to build up men without tearing down women? Things like this.
Women, men don’t want you, because you’re not worth it! False rape allegations, forced parenthood, paternity fraud, discriminatory divorce laws, female on male violence, institutionalized misandry, and a life of forced servitude. Walk a mile in our fucking shoes!
I’ll bet those shoes don’t have high heels or promote bunions. Interesting as well that most of those complaints relate to relationships. Even that “life of forced servitude” only makes sense in the light of supporting a family. I assume the MRAs intend to get that family by some means other than adoption or budding. Perhaps they should question their major premise here.
What other positive, pro-men messages are there?
Mother, pardon us for we males are all sinners, rapists and murderers. Protect us from ourselves and lead us into your warm light. Take our evil manhood away from us and turn us into our true perfection…FEMALES.
Mangina: When self-hatred, misandric bigotry and masochism merge in one man.
Dear men who care to have any of the self-control that is drilled into girls constantly in their childhoods, beware the shiny, shiny boobies! Also, know that any such self-control will earn you the hatred of this movement that claims to work for your rights. Also, candles.
Surely there must be a positive message out there.
We’re still doing it. Rod the Riveter. 3x’s the work for the same amount of cash.
Yes! A positive message! That is completely false! Because apparently there’s nothing good to say about men without making something up? Sometimes I just have to conclude that MRAs haven’t thought things through.
I do always appreciate the ability of art to expose the nuances of one’s world view, don’t you?