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Male Humiliated and Shamed

This Mangina will bag all the babes! Be like him!

A Facebook User Who Shared a Men’s Rights Post Just Got Publicly Shamed By His Mom.

This was his crime! Can you believe the little rat isn’t in jail? Boys, this is a classic FTAVS if I’ve ever seen one. Yes, the dreaded Failure to Acknowledge Victim Status. Don’t let this be you. Obey and submit at all times!

“I wouldn’t worry about any other girls’ response here,” wrote the clearly horrified mother. “Mine should enlighten you. And I’ve screen shot this for our further viewing pleasure and future learning tool.”

In the past, some outlets have enlisted mothers to set their misogynistic sons straight. Last year, video network Scene made young men watch video clips of their mothers being catcalled to teach them a lesson about street harassment. And in the same month, footage from a Peruvian public service announcement that showed men learning the women they were harassing were their mothers in disguise went viral.

As Mic’s Jenny Kutner wrote in September, “Men shouldn’t only be able to come to understand the harsh reality of being female by seeing how it affects those close to them personally. They also need to understand that women are people too, not just mothers, sisters, daughters or wives.”

But for this tone-deaf Facebook user, the tongue-lashing can only help. Mother, of course, knows best.

What’s his problem? A woman’s “weight” is irrelevant. If she has a vajay…marry her. Don’t ask questions and whatever you do DON’T TALK BACK!

Don’t be like me! I took this picture when I was younger before I was reconstructed.
I’m sorry mommie for what I’ve done!

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  1. Jay
    Posted April 1, 2016 at 6:30 pm | Permalink

    The, “harsh reality of being female?”

    Oh… such as diving on a lit magnesium flare and hugging it to your body to prevent it from setting off nearby ammo, suffering 3rd degree burns, dragging it to a window and throwing it out of the plane before it fully ignites and melts you like an ice cube in hell?

    Oh wait, that was a MAN who did that. Specifically it was John L. Levitow, who received the medal of HONOR for that act.

    So what’s so hard about your life woman? You had to change a diaper? Wash some dishes? Find a male who would put up with your whining? Grow up.

    The previous is the response I would give, if I knew this person’s facebook AND I actually used facebook to post stuff.
    This should always be the response to these infantile, whiney, stuck-up, self-entitled women-in-genitalia-only. Point out the actual cost, and unbelievable pain and suffering required, for their safety and opulence. Then tell them to shove off.

    • Paul Muro
      Posted April 1, 2016 at 7:50 pm | Permalink

      Exactly ! Well said . Or these hysterical female skanks can go to one of many ossuaries in Europe to witness firsthand – the cost to men of their whimsical carefree lifestyles . Disgusting article though Bern made it funny on youtube ..!

    • Shlomo Shunn
      Posted April 9, 2016 at 11:33 pm | Permalink

      > “what’s so hard about your life woman? You had to change a diaper? Wash some dishes?”

      Don’t forget the many things created to make women’s roles easier: disposable diapers; dishwashers; vacuum-cleaners; microwaves; refrigerators; frozen dinners; etc.

  2. Victoria
    Posted April 2, 2016 at 1:34 am | Permalink

    That’s why I never complain about being a girl. Why would i?
    I grew up an army brat. I saw what the men in my family had to go through, and I thanked them and my lucky stars that I never had to go through that.
    Most Men love women. And most women love men. It’s a shame that this mother didn’t even consider why her son felt compelled by this meme. No interest in his views at all. She’s a terrible mother to publicly castigate her own son.

  3. Posted April 2, 2016 at 5:28 am | Permalink

    “Mother, of course, knows best.”

    That explains the many fatherless men in prisons and jails.

  4. Shlomo Shunn
    Posted April 9, 2016 at 11:36 pm | Permalink

    No father around to protect his son from the verbally abusive hag? Did dad cut and run early on, noting Ms. Shrew’s nature?

    Basically the kid noted that being female is easier in the dating game, not the least because females can bitch about everything with impunity.

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