Ugh. We knew this was coming, and here it is. Here are two articles from A Voice for Men.
The gist of it:
On the surface, Facebook has agreed to censor posts that "promote" violence against women. I'm mostly cool with that because FB shouldn't be obligated to publish posts that promote violence of any kind But I have one huge issue with this policy: Who is going to DECIDE what content "promotes" violence against women? Unfortunately we all know the answer. It is the same →people← who label anything pro-male as hate speech. It's the people who insist that when two drunk people have sex, one of them (not the woman) is a rapist. It is the people who require male college freshmen to attend classes telling them that they are all rapists.
Awareness of serious discrimination against men is growing; every "moderate" feminist I've ever encountered believe there should be "more parity" in child-custody cases, or that lifetime alimony is utterly unnecessary, but until recently the discussion has always been filtered through the "women first" feminist view (which apparently justifies trashing men's Constitutional rights to due process.) Both hateful radical feminists and corrupt feminist politicians, who dominate our schools, colleges and government (if you doubt that, look at what happens to any politician that publicly criticizes feminism) are terrified of losing control of the issue. Billion and billions of tax dollars are theirs to lose and they know it. And to them, censorship is the answer.
PLEASE go to →this Facebook page← and tell Facebook what you think of censorship. And please check out the →A Voice for Men← Facebook page and give it a thumbs-up. And naturally as a Senior Editor at AVfM, I recommend you take a look at what the SPLC and Norton Symantec call a →"Hate Group."←
Oh, and while you're on Facebook, take a look at these pages:
Help us kill the lie that men's human rights are the antithesis of women's human rights.