27 Jun 2018

Some Animals Are Just Jerks - William Banzai7

Feminism: Toxic Masculinity

By : On the 14th of June this year, a 46 year old Sydney woman was was charged with burning her ex-boyfriend to death last October.
It is alleged that she disabled the water mains, to ensure that the fire could not be put out, and then set the granny flat at the back of the man’s parent’s house alight to ensure that he perished.
The man died 2 days later from his burns, in the arms of his mother and father.
Three weeks before the women was charged, another women had doused her male partner in gasoline and set him alight, all while their 11 year old son was in the next room listening to his father scream. 
But is this typical female behavior; are women capable of being violent to men?
 Well, we will probably never know, because even before the female perpetrator has a chance to accuse her victim of being abusive to her, society is already doing it on her behalf.

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Men Are Not The Problem - Masculinity Is Not The Problem

By : A young woman, Eurydice Dixon, was recently raped and murdered in Victoria, Australia. Following this Mr Daniel Andrews, the Premier of Victoria, stated in a Facebook post that men needed to change their behaviour in order to reduce violence against women.
Mr Andrews should not be calling on men to change their behaviour because it is not intrinsically male behaviour that is the problem. Most men are law abiding citizens who are far more likely to help a woman than ever hurt her, and this is true even for women they do not know.
If Mr Andrews believes that he can get a group of people to collectively choose to change their behaviour then he should simply ask criminals to change their behaviour. Most people would find it self-evident that this will not work.
Increasing numbers of Australian men are running out of patience with being collectively blamed for things they didn’t do and would never do.
Mr Andrews’ call for men to change their behaviour is nothing more than political grandstanding at the expense of men. Further, his statements do nothing to help women in this country.
Victoria Police have a suspect in custody for the rape and murder of Eurydice Dixon. Let justice be done.
If Mr Andrews seeks to reduce the rate of violent crime in Victoria he should take the time to look at research in to the causes of violent crime and establish evidence based policies to reduce violent crime. Casually blaming innocent people for the actions of others will do nothing.