A Voice For Me – Look at Me!


My name is Robert O’Hara and I am the News Director for A Voice for Men and I publicly support every person who spammed the Occidental College sexual assault and harassment reporting form.

I ache for an opportunity to get on camera and tell the public how I feel about this. My email isavfmnews@avoiceformen.com[1] if you know anyone in the media who would like to talk to me about this.

That’s right, this is either Robert O’Hara or someone pretending to be him.

And this is his and indeed by association, A Voice for Men… this is their explicit approval of the false rape reporting campaign to Occidental College, a move that was designed to reduce the ease which women at Occidental could report rape especially after complaints that not only was Occidental excusing the behaviour of students but actual rape reports were handled by extra classes and projects rather than “by the law”, a move akin to penance for paedophile priests rather than “the law”.

And Robert’s stance on this just enforces the idea that MRA are not interested in Men’s Rights but are more worried about losing the existing privileges they have. Never mind the fact that the rape report form would have helped men who were victims of rape too. This was done PURELY to spite women and damn the male victims.

When I first made the “A Voice for Me” joke around a year ago I never realised how true it would be. A Voice for Men is less about Men and more about the personal bugbears of it’s writers who live in some delusional fantasy where men’s rights issues must be won at the cost of women.

Comments

  1. Holms says

    “…if you know anyone in the media who would like to talk to me about this.”
    You can practically hear him begging, pleading on his knees to be legitimised by mainstream media in this passage.

    AVFM, as usual, can fuck off with their hypocrisy and outright hostility to humanity.

  2. noxiousnan says

    I’ve always been pretty good at learning from other people’s mistakes (if not my own), and I’ll make use of that talent now geekgirlsrule, thanks.

  3. Jacob Schmidt says

    I ache for an opportunity to get on camera and tell the public how I feel about this.

    I can’t imagine any sort of media group responding to this; interviews are generally earned in some way (either because you’re interesting, or because you have knowledge of the controversy at hand), not given to those who beg for their own personal soap box.

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