17 May 2017

Customizing Your New Sexbot

By : Welcome to MiGal™ Corporation, your one-stop provider of all your sexual and reproductive needs for men. We know you have a choice in premium sexbots and we are grateful you’ve chosen to check us out. We won’t be satisfied until you are.
Why choose MiGal™? 
While women’s sexuality is simple – 10 minutes in a vibrator shop and they are set for life or until the batteries need replacing (link is NSFW) – we at MiGal™ appreciate that men’s sexuality is a billion times more complex. All a woman needs is her government check and the vibrating simulacra member of a man but the discerning man needs to consider all his senses when investing in a partner. Does she look attractive? Smell nice? Have a pleasing, melodious voice? Taste pleasant? Feel like she wants you? You know, there?
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No longer must you settle for whatever half-drunken feminist barfly is still tottering about at closing time. What some deride as “objectification” we see as your right to seek happiness as your demanding standards permit.

The Balfour Declaration - A Century Of Jewish Power

By Gilad Atzmon: This year, Palestinians and their supporters mark the 100th anniversary of The Balfour Declaration, a written statement from the United Kingdom's Foreign Secretary, Arthur James Balfour, to Walter Rothschild, a leader of the British Jewish community, in favour of the establishment of a Jewish national home in Palestine.
For Palestinians, The Balfour Declaration was the beginning of their plight: a century of ethnic cleansing at the hands of European newcomers who claim Palestine as their historic home. Yet, for some reason, supporters of the Palestinians are desperate to suppress discussion of the motivation for the Balfour Declaration - how and why did it come about?
The Balfour Declaration provides solid evidence that the dominance of Jewish political lobbies in world affairs is not really a ‘new development.’ In 1917, at the peak of WWI, it was up to a few Jewish financiers and lobbyists to decide the fate of countries, continentsand the outcome of global conflicts.
In his invaluable book, The Pity of it All, Israeli historian Amos Elon suggests that the 1917 Balfour Declaration was at least partially motivated by the British government's desire to win the support of pro-German American Jews so that they would help to pull the USA into the war.

Gender And Mental Health: Do Men Matter Too?

A new report on gender equality and mental health Completely ignores men. Why?
By Rob Whitley, Ph.D.: The European Parliament Committee for Women’s Rights and Gender Equality recently produced a report entitled "promoting gender equality in mental health and clinical research". This report was adopted by the Parliament in plenary in February 2017.
Such a report should be welcome, even though it only contains recommendations rather than obligations. Mental health activists can use such reports as a tool to advocate for positive change on the ground, especially where there are deficits in understanding and service provision.
Unfortunately, the report falls short on numerous fronts.
Ignoring Men      
Firstly, the phrase "gender equality" is implicitly equated with women’s health throughout the report. Only two paragraphs out of 163 are devoted to men’s mental health. Likewise, a word count reveals that the words "women" and "girls" are mentioned 217 times, whereas "men" and "boys" are mentioned only 45 times.

A Brief Overview Of The Human Gender Empathy Gap

"The empathy gap is the very foundation of all of men's issues at the moment and forever, because if there wasn't this empathy gap, this mechanism, this phenomenon in existence then the feminist movement wouldn't have been so successful." Said Jordan Holbrook.

Bloodly Vagina ~ Ripped By Circumcised Penis + Forced Retraction Harms Boys + The Mutilator & The Brainwashed

Bonobo3D: OBGYN's attending the The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) Convention (San Diego, May 6-9, 2017) were greeted by the Bloodstained Men & Their Friends demonstrating for human rights to genital integrity and autonomy. Taylor describes personal experiences that led to her research and speaking out for children's rights.

Interview With Peter Lloyd At ICMI16 London, UK

Israel Demands White House Explain Envoy’s Factual Comment On Western Wall + Does Bush Have Afterthoughts?

Here is a minuscule two-bit punk country demanding explanations from its sole protector and its sole benefactor. Amazing! Yet Washington trembles. Any American Diplomat Who States the Truth Is on Israels List to Be Out of a Job.
PCR: Israeli officials are demanding that the White House offer an official explanation for the comments of a US diplomat who was in Jerusalem and pointed out that the Western Wall is in territory occupied by Israel in 1967. [This theft under occupation is strictly illegal under international law, which Israel and Washington ignore. As “God’s chosen people” and the “exceptional, indispensible people” Israel and the US are above the law. ]
Israel did occupy the territory in question militarily in 1967, but has since annexed it. The United States does not recognize that annexation, nor really does anybody else.

Equal Pay Day? Wimmin Laughing All The Way To The Bank

By Jordan Holbrook: Equal Hours Day came and went on April 6th without much public notice. Equal Hours Day? You mean Equal Pay Day, May 4th surely? Dear reader, you must allow me to explain.
On Tuesday 4 May of this year, the feminised amongst us did indeed make a fuss over Equal Pay Day, the day that is calculated by comparing the median pay of men and women and then used to assume how many more days poor, discriminated against women must keep working (into the next year, poor things) until they have earned pay equal to men’s. It is not to be confused either with the other Equal Pay Day of the year – the one calculated in reverse order, that is, how much of the year women claim to work for free because of the pay gap - as opposed to how much longer they have to work to earn equal pay.
I've noticed the feminists like to celebrate both because they like the attention it brings.