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This page will list a few humble moments. You won't find any chronology of historical legislation.
Rather instead, most described incidents are relatively obscure (and largely forgotten).
Most remarks derive from ordinary individuals, or, other persons who are not involved with the Men's Movement.
However, these incidents conveyed an important message. So, in order to gain credibility, it needn't become Text-Book material. ......Here are just a few brilliant remarks ....
First, Let's return to the year 1991. It was a time when the most widely spoken issue was "Sexual Harassment". But, in order to fully understand things, you must review the overall surrounding circumstances. At the time, Mainstream-Media was constantly stereotyping men. Thus, several months before there was any mention of "Sexual Harassment", feminists were pelting us with every imaginable storyline. BUT, they jointly decided that "Sexual Harassment" would become the next big topic. A theme which would dominate the airwaves for the next entire decade.
However, it wouldn't really matter whether or not this particular issue ever came into existence. Basically, the media had already been mistreating the entire male population, for no reason in particular. So, they were obviously gonna continue launching attacks against men. And, it doesn't really matter what's being done specifically. It's all motivated by the same negative attitudes. So please, let this fact be understood. If the issue of "harassment" had never taken root, there would've still been plenty of similar campaigns launched in its place. It's really that simple.
Okay, now let's get back to the issue: In 1991, THE MEDIA decided to promote the grandest issue to ever hit-the-airwaves. They dubbed it, "Sexual Harassment". And, Journalists everywhere collectively began promoting the topic, until virtually every television program was preemptied and replaced with Lectures from radical feminists. Now, let's be reminded that such activity was already commonplace. But, they realized: this particular issue could become the best way to destroy relations between the genders. .....So, that's what it's really about. In any case, This was the closest America had ever come to becoming a Totalitarian State. Every man, woman, and child was faced with non-stop coverage of this singular topic.
Journalists everywhere took to the streets, with their latest issue; and began interviewing people, at random. This effectively created an illusion of validity.
Afterward, , a group of Journalists decided to infiltrate our Universities. They began asking the opinions of students regarding the subject of "Sexual Harassment". It stands to prove how quickly Mainstream Media can force themselves upon us.
Next comes a truly defining moment in the history of Men's Rights. A few Journalists approached a Male Student at the univsersity and began asking for his thoughts on "Sexual Harassment".
The student then gave a heroic and surprising response: he simply asked, "WHY IS THE PRESS ALWAYS SAYING THAT MEN ARE NO GOOD?"
Yes, indeed. He saw matters in their true light. The issue of "Sexual Harassment' nothing more than a farce on the grander scheme.
Mainstream media had always insulted men for the past few decades. And, their latest creation was little more than an ongoing routine. that's the basic truth behind the Grand issue of "sexual harassment". .....nothing more, nothing less.
One year before they'd ever muttered those words, Media Bias was certainly present in our lives.
They told stories about Wives who should be allowed to kill their husbands. They gave advice on Women's Health, back then, *Women's talk shows were already at their very worst, At that time, *The Police were already required to arrest men during any domestic dispute. There were also *several thousand books written for women, and, she also enjoyed the luxury of workshops geared to *help Business Women.
In short: The Media had already given every possible advantage to her.
These long-standing privileges existed, years before there was any mention of Hill vs. Thomas, Yet, when the issue of 'sexual harassment' entered the scene, everyone automatically accepted its validity.
It became instantly recognized as truth, similar to each and every issue which preceded. Indeed.
Decades and Decades of Feminism in Classrooms
Firstly, let's turn back the clock. In the early 1980's, Activists pushed to create "Women's History Month". More importantly, this theme would be fused into our academic curriculum. Please understand: There's a vast difference between recognizing Women's History Month, and, having it forcibly taught in School.
Hopefully, you're aware of that basic fact. Although it's completely unnecessary to formulate any type of special recognition for women, it's been done countless times. And, "Women's History Month" was just one of several campaigns. Many had preceded, while others have since followed. But, ironically, the entire pretext of "Women's History Month" is the idea that "women never received fair recognition".
Now, rest be sured: ANY FEMALE SCHOOL TEACHER who celebrates Women's History Month will undoubtedly use this lame excuse. But, she's not being honest.
MRM once engaged in a debate with a female teacher, in 1989. And, she claimed that "Women's History Month" was necessary, in order to create GENDER EQUALITY in the classroom.
Then, MRM approached her with a few simple questions: "When was the last time you saw a newspaper article which centered upon women?" and "Aside from this issue, how often has mainstream media already directed its efforts toward women?"
"Undoubtedly, you've read hundreds of Books for Women, as well as thousands of magazines." "You're not talking to an ordinary guy. I've read more WOMEN's BOOKS than ANY man in history. So, I understand the full extent of the problem".
"I've also read through more Women's Magazines than nearly 99.9% of all persons, man or woman."
---SO, you can't just force an entire scholastic program upon our children, by using the pretext that 'she's not fairly recognized'.
This was certainly not the last time MRM debated the issue of "Women's History Month". It even lead to fierce battles against local newspapers, as well as 2 arrests.
The overall TIME FRAME is most interesting. MRM engaged in battles with 3 High Schools in 1992-1993. Letters were written to Universities. We had a discussion with two teachers in a Junior High School, in 1997. We contacted another 4 High Schools that same year. Matters got worse, in 1999, when we discovered an elementary school practicing "Women's History Month".
In 2002, We wrote a brief letter to Harrison Middle School, which immediately led to our arrest. Oddly, MRM had done nothing wrong. And, to corroborate this fact, the male Principal had already given his support for us. He felt that we raised many valid issues. However, the (female) teachers contacted the police, which automatically lead to our incarceration. Then, MRM took a lengthy 4-year break from this debate. But, in 1996, we began writing to a Newspaper who was covering the issue. This newspaper had profiled "Women's History Month" 20 years earlier. But, this particular article focused upon teaching this theme in classrooms, at public school.
MRM got into a fierce debate in May of 2009, because a local school was still celebrating Women's History Month for over 90 days.
Hopefully, you're beginning to see the overall pattern. Firstly, this longstanding problem has persisted for several decades. Yet, the teachers maintain their redundant story claiming that Women are denied their rightful place in history.
Also, The Feminists never give up. And, their presence remains irreversible.
Thirdly, the Feminists are aware that they can literally get away with anything. No one ever challenges them. And, they can freely make decisions which affect our lives. So, they've decided to keep "Women's Month" a mainstay at public schools. All students will be required to follow this program, including elementary pupils. Once again, that's the Feminist mentality.