Hanna Rosin on the rise of women (TED talks)

Quite a shocking speech. Hanna Rosin fails to mention the constant discrimination against men and boys, and against masculine traits and behaviors, from kindergarten on.

But, judging from her speech, men clearly need to be protected and have affirmative action, as a disadvantaged class.

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    I don’t want to listen this type of talk. Woman cans everything when they will get power; it will be right or wrong. So, STOP them right now, otherwise….Pro..! bostoncityride.com/

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    Men WILL eventually regain their position as masters of women.

    And it will happen under the banner of Islam.

    You’ll see.

    Women have been so invested in emasculating western men that, in about thirty years from now, when the real clash of civilizations begins, feminists will look back at the 1950’s and realize that was blissful Heaven compared to what Islam will do to them.

    Mark my words, dear readers: ISLAM WILL CRUSH OUR SECULAR DECAYING SOCIETY.

    And then feminists will look around and wonder “Where are all the men now? Who’s going to fight the good war? Who’s going to defend me? Hey, you manginas, stop apologizing to me and go fight and die like real men do!”

    But by then, men will be too afraid of confrontation and violence. Hence, Islam will rule the world. And then our liberated western women will know and feel on their skin (literally) what real oppression really means.

    In the meanwhile, let me grab my popcorns.

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    Women are showing themselves to be liars and hypocrites. They talked about fairness and equality until they got power over men. Now they talk abut how women are superior to men.

    Time to stop listening to their nonsense and start fighting back.

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    As Devil’s advocate, I am arriving at the conclusion that, maybe, women need to be kept subservient, or else they take over and repress men.

    Great comment.

    Daniel :Like or Dislike: 1  0
    I’m male and in my early thirties. I grew up in a house where my mother threw my father out when I was thirteen, and I’ve been actively analysing masculinity since.Am I so far from the truth? Women today, from my observations, seem to want to be the dominant partner in relationships – what they want is of paramount importance and they suddenly turn on their “HCP” – high conflict personality – until they get what they want. They want to control the finances, design the home, plan the couple’s future, control the upbringing of the children, all while having ultimate freedom – freedom from housework, freedom from the male partner, etc. Men seem to be expected to build a high-paying career, come home, do housework, babysit (but have little say in important upbringing matters), and support the female partner in the achievement of her aspirations to have a magazine-perfect lifestyle – complete with “Better Homes and Gardens” home design, lots of friends, several mind-blowing orgasms per week, and excessive time and cash to spend. I know this isn’t always the case, but it seems to be a trend.
    I suspect a combination of feminism going too far, and the media. To be fair, the goal of liberating women from subservience was/is perfectly fine, but in its current state, feminism seems to have gone too far, reconstructing men as the enemy. We’re both on the same side! Add to this the media, which is primarily interested in profits, which are created through sensationalism of topics interesting to viewers who lack the critical thinking ability to actually understand it’s all over-hyped bullshit.
    Men and boys world-wide need to know that it’s ok to be men, that women aren’t the sole arbiters of morality, that their feelings are valid, etc.
    Please don’t form the opinion that I hate women by any means – I merely hate the way we men have been redefined as untrustworthy, animalistic idiots only good as means-to-an-end for income, sex and support of female aspirations. If women reading this wish to counter with the idea that we men are getting a taste of what it used to be like for them, I’d argue that unless they are 50 or older, their argument is flawed – did they actually experience it? No? Even if so, I wasn’t the cause of it, so don’t expect to justify the punishment of today’s men for previous generations’ behaviour.

    Really great comment. .

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    I’m male and in my early thirties. I grew up in a house where my mother threw my father out when I was thirteen, and I’ve been actively analysing masculinity since. The masculinity I knew and aspired to as a child suddenly changed. I had to find my own sense of masculinity as a result, and am still dealing with some of the complications. I’m in a pretty good position now, but I see so many men who are boys on the inside these days – no sense of honour, self-control, self-respect, community, responsibility, independence, work ethic, etc. It’s quite sad – I had few of these myself until I actively sought them out and figured out how to acquire them.

    In my current state, I feel quite comfortable with my masculinity, and after having recently completed a postgrad course on gender, I think I’m correct. However, society is in a very strange place at the moment – many women seem to construct masculinity in a very strange way – opportunistic rapists, sexually-fixed, “fuck-anything-with-a-heartbeat”, childish, immoral, irresponsible, incompetent, etc… My own mother seems to think this way, as does my sister, and a number of colleagues. How did we get here?

    Why do women constantly fear rape? Why do parents think their kids will be abducted the moment they are out of their sight? Why do females of all ages view men as inherently untrustworthy?

    Am I so far from the truth? Women today, from my observations, seem to want to be the dominant partner in relationships – what they want is of paramount importance and they suddenly turn on their “HCP” – high conflict personality – until they get what they want. They want to control the finances, design the home, plan the couple’s future, control the upbringing of the children, all while having ultimate freedom – freedom from housework, freedom from the male partner, etc. Men seem to be expected to build a high-paying career, come home, do housework, babysit (but have little say in important upbringing matters), and support the female partner in the achievement of her aspirations to have a magazine-perfect lifestyle – complete with “Better Homes and Gardens” home design, lots of friends, several mind-blowing orgasms per week, and excessive time and cash to spend. I know this isn’t always the case, but it seems to be a trend.

    I suspect a combination of feminism going too far, and the media. To be fair, the goal of liberating women from subservience was/is perfectly fine, but in its current state, feminism seems to have gone too far, reconstructing men as the enemy. We’re both on the same side! Add to this the media, which is primarily interested in profits, which are created through sensationalism of topics interesting to viewers who lack the critical thinking ability to actually understand it’s all over-hyped bullshit.

    Men and boys world-wide need to know that it’s ok to be men, that women aren’t the sole arbiters of morality, that their feelings are valid, etc.

    Please don’t form the opinion that I hate women by any means – I merely hate the way we men have been redefined as untrustworthy, animalistic idiots only good as means-to-an-end for income, sex and support of female aspirations. If women reading this wish to counter with the idea that we men are getting a taste of what it used to be like for them, I’d argue that unless they are 50 or older, their argument is flawed – did they actually experience it? No? Even if so, I wasn’t the cause of it, so don’t expect to justify the punishment of today’s men for previous generations’ behaviour.

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