Discussion in 'Four Corners' started by Collateral, Jun 1, 2017.
a rather vocal section of men who just hate women for whatever imagined slight
No doubt that's part of your theology that women can't teach men.
And we see how serious these types take men's issues.
That is, they don't.
It's about attacking feminists.
So you're claiming that all men's groups exist to "attack feminists"? But no women's rights groups exist to "attack men"? What is your definition of "attack"?
Most of the groups here in Australia (well the one's I bother with) are targeting government legislation rather than women directly.
Haha, isn't the definition of mansplaining having things explained to you that you already know?
Is your theology that men can't teach women? Are you one of those #notallmen types?
I'd like to know why it is it that 99% of the male population are unaffected by the feminist scourge
Man Groopz = Roddy Piper
Just last month you told me to go and read Steve Biddulph who agrees with me that the father (or at least some father figure) needs to initiate boys into manhood. So I'm confused. Am I suppose to be listening to Steve Biddulph or not?
How does one initiate a boy into manhood?
Read Steve Biddulph ... or don't. I'm not sure if we're suppose to or not. Just check with Spock first.
I believe you smash his two front teeth out with a rock and if he doesn't cry he's a man.
Take him out to the middle of the dessert
If he comes home he's a man - if he doesn't - he is dead
that's a trifle harsh
you might end up losing custardy
Ha. Funnily enough my dad knocked out one of my teeth when I was seven. One was loose and I was complaining about it so he said "here, I'll fix it" and he feigned a punch that actually connected.
I cried but the tooth came out. To this day he denies the incident.
Ice creamed when they did it to me
I know yer daddy
Womerns likes that
My chart toppin' teeth!
The issue is that there's too much intervention from schools and government telling boys how to behave. Respectful Relationships anybody?
IT's almost as if the parents responsibility of being charged with helping their own children develop is being whittled away.
If parents were doing the right thing there probably wouldn't be a need for a school program to tell kids that domestic violence is not right
It's OK, the State will tell you and your children what to think or do. They have it all under control. Relax.
What's the issue with the Respectful Relationships program?
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