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 10/26/2013 11:42 AM
 
 Modified By host  on 10/26/2013 11:51:56 AM
Emily Shire Liar, hypocrite, man hating bitch

This is her web site.

http://emilyshire.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/emily.shire.18

Twitter: https://twitter.com/eshire

Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/emily-shi...


This is what a man hater looks like.





And we are running a thread on it over here too in news.

http://www.crimesagainstfathers.com/F...
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 10/26/2013 11:43 AM
 
This is the article she wrote.

http://news.yahoo.com/short-guide-men...

A short guide to the Men's Rights Movement

The Week
Online sites offer places for men feeling like this to commiserate — and lash out.
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Online sites offer places for men feeling like this to commiserate — and lash out.

While the Feminist Movement conjures up images of Gloria Steinem and The Feminine Mystique, the Men's Rights Movements (MRM) doesn't feature similarly famous figures or foundational texts.

The formerly all-but-ignored movement does, however, have Reddit groups and other online communities, which are helping it quickly gain steam. In fact, as R. Tod Kelly at The Daily Beastwrites, it is "one of the quirkiest, fastest-growing, and most frustrating civil-rights movements in the Western world today."

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MRM started in response to the growth of Second Wave Feminism. By the early 1980s, some men were articulating the need for greater attention to men's rights, but they were by no means socially conservative or exclusively in opposition to feminism. Some of the their key issues were child support obligations, female-on-male domestic violence, draft requirements, and social pressures on traditional male masculinity.

Like feminism, many in the MRM argued for equality between the sexes. One of the movement's earliest activists, Warren Farrell told Salon, "I definitely agree with choices for women, but I do not agree with choices for women when they eliminate choices for men. I think that the sexes need to make choices that lead to the maximum amount of win-win for both sexes." And Farrell himself has some decent feminist credentials: He served on the board of the National Organization for Women (NOW) for three terms.

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But Farrell was a moderate in MRM's earliest days. Today, there is more vitriol. The internet has given rise to the "manosphere," a community of MRM blogs, groups, and publications "where participants rant and spew ideas so misogynist they make Silvio Berlusconi look like Gloria Steinem," wrote Jaclyn Friedman at The American Prospect.

While there are many MRM sites, a particularly influential one is Paul Elam's A Voice for Men (AVFM). Elam's site is credited with taking already controversial MRM issues and making them even more contentious.

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For example, Men's Rights Edmonton ran a poster campaign with the slogan "Don't Be That Girl," which accused women of lying about rape and stated "Just because you regret it…doesn't mean it was rape." AVFM took it further, creating memes around "Don't Be That Lying Feminist" and "Don't Be That Bitch."

Rather than just offering a platform for misogynistic rants, AVFMCrimes Against Fathers, and other MRM communities are now on the offensive, creating sites to post photos and contact information of women they claim falsify accusations in rape, pedophilia, and divorce trials.

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Most recently and infamously, Crimes Against Fathers went after a woman, seen in a video publicly receiving oral sex during Ohio University's homecoming, after she said she was actually being assaulted at the time. Or, at least they thought it was her.

Ryan Broderick at Buzzfeed investigated the way MRM bloggers tracked down and publicized the identity of who they thought was the girl in the video. They posted photos from her Facebook and her sorority along with other personal information, which they shared with about 170,000 Twitter followers. However, Ohio University has stated multiple times that the girl is not the one from the video (not that this would be remotely okay if she were).

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What's even more disturbing than this branch of MRM's perpetuation of false information is its mercilessness.Peter Nolan, one of the men behind Crimes Against Fathers, told BuzzFeed "Absolutely, we know that we might injure this woman. If [she] goes out tomorrow and buys a gun and blows her head off that's not a problem for me."

This hate is especially unfortunate because a smaller branch of MRM is trying to tackle real problems. Lauren Strapagiel at Huffington Post writes that the movement is growing not only because of the trollish power of the internet, but because a growing group of millennial males, particularly in Canada, are now "watching their female peers outpace them in educational achievement, as a stagnant economy crushes traditional male career paths, and as the definition of manhood is picked apart." Many of the issues these men discuss are important ones, such as suicide rate of young men, which is higher than women's, as well as the disparity between male and female incidences of homelessness and workplace deaths.

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But these issues are subsumed by the overwhelming amount of vitriol from the louder members of MRM. That's a shame because there's clear validity to some of these goals, from which men and women would both benefit.Cathy Young at the Boston Globe writes:

Perhaps what the 21st century needs is not a women’s movement (which was once essential to secure basic rights) or a men’s movement, but a gender equality movement. The problem today is not a "war" on anyone, but rather biases that limit and hurt both sexes in different ways, and the challenges of adapting to new rules and new roles. Men and women, we’re all in this together. Let’s act like we know that. [Boston Globe]

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 10/26/2013 11:43 AM
 
This is my public response to it.

"Rather than just offering a platform for misogynistic rants, AVFM, Crimes Against Fathers, and other MRM communities are now on the offensive, creating sites to post photos and contact information of women they claim falsify accusations in rape, pedophilia, and divorce trials."

And notice the lie by association. Putting CAF, which is NOT A MENS RIGHTS SITE, right between AVFM and "Other MRM communities". If this liar Emily Shire had bothered to talk to Paul Elam or I she would have been told that there is no association between us for the reason that Paul is anfd agent sponsored by the guvmint. She would also have been told there has not been a single MRM/MRA site that has been bothered to even critique my two books.

But no...the lying bitch Emily Shire has to try and put me in the same box as others who are mostly controlled opposition of failing to make any headway. Her problem is that I am making headway.

By the way? By using the term "divorce trials" this lying bitch Emily Shire is implying SOMEONE IS BEING PUT ON TRIAL. Who might that be? For what crime?

Divorce cases are merely legal cases and no one is "on trial". But, of course, millions of mens lives have been destroyed in these criminal courts and many men find them quite a "trial".

"Ryan Broderick at Buzzfeed investigated the way MRM bloggers tracked down and publicized the identity of who they thought was the girl in the video. They posted photos from her Facebook and her sorority along with other personal information, which they shared with about 170,000 Twitter followers. However, Ohio University has stated multiple times that the girl is not the one from the video (not that this would be remotely okay if she were)."

Well the twitter account that shared the CAF post to 170,000 followers was NOT an MRM blogger. Nor were the people who tracked down the photographs of Rachel Cassidy. As for the use of the word "investigation"? That's really funny. Ryan did a 30 minute interview with me. An interview that failed to record on my skype and Ryan was not honourable enough to pass me his recording of our interview. Sad that a young man would act so dis-honourably but it is a sign of the times.

"What's even more disturbing than this branch of MRM's perpetuation of false information is its mercilessness. Peter Nolan, one of the men behind Crimes Against Fathers, told BuzzFeed "Absolutely, we know that we might injure this woman. If [she] goes out tomorrow and buys a gun and blows her head off that's not a problem for me.""

And now the deliberate mis-quoting. This shows you what liars and man hates bitches like Emily Shire are. The FULL quote was:

"If Rachel Cassidy goes out tomorrow and buys a gun and blows her head off that’s not a problem for me. I’m prepared to say that in the public," he says. "Now the reason I’m prepared to say that in the public is because I’m reflecting back the exact same attitude that it would be if it were a man."

And this is true. When a man whose life has been ruined by a false rape allegation, a false pedophile allegation, a divorce, and he goes out and buys a gun and blows his head off? No one cares. When Thomas Ball set himself on fire and burned himself to death even his wikipedia page was taken down. No one cared.

Funny how when a man reflects back the hatred of women AND MEN towards MEN it is suddenly "shocking".


And now we have the “concern trolling”. This is where a lying bitch like Emily Shire will pretend to be concerned about some other issues facing men and pretend that men speaking plainly is “vitriol” and make an implicit appeal to shut men up on the pretence she MIGHT help on these other issues.

This is all complete BULLSHIT and us men know it. F*** you Emily Shire. We know your tactics.

“But these issues are subsumed by the overwhelming amount of vitriol from the louder members of MRM. That's a shame because there's clear validity to some of these goals, from which men and women would both benefit.”


And you have to love this COMPLETE BULLSHIT by Cathy Young. Listing to this BULLSHIT.

“Perhaps what the 21st century needs is not a women’s movement (which was once essential to secure basic rights) or a men’s movement, but a gender equality movement. The problem today is not a "war" on anyone, but rather biases that limit and hurt both sexes in different ways, and the challenges of adapting to new rules and new roles. Men and women, we’re all in this together. Let’s act like we know that.”

We are all in this together, eh? Then why have these two MAN-HATING BITCHES never published the statement

“I take the position that women are to be held equal before the law to men specifically meaning the same crime should get the same remedy and I am willing to sit on an all womens jury to make it so.”

Nope…you will not see THAT being printed by these man hating bitches.

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 10/26/2013 11:46 AM
 
 Modified By host  on 10/26/2013 11:49:16 AM
I wonder who this moron is. How can a man be so stupid as to not realise that this woman is a man hating bitch who would throw him under the bus with no remorse.

If anyone can find this man? Please send him this link.

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 10/26/2013 11:53 AM
 
I wonder if this is her father.  

If it is?

Shame on you Sir for raising such a man hating bitch. Shame, shame, shame!

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 7/7/2015 12:59 PM
 
thanks for the list guys. it'll really help me.
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