This sort of thing happens pretty often really. However we usually just get a mention of the person doing the beating and nothing preceding it. This time what we get is a story of a girl manipulating a mentally disabled boy to come with her tricking him into thinking she is sexually interested in him and then luring him into a beat down.
From the source:
Aaron Hill is a disabled boy in Okeechobee who was lured out of his home by a girl claiming to want to go on a date. Once to the location she chose, he was ambushed by Andrew W. and a gang of at least 8 other people.
Men committing violence against men how often is it inspired by a woman who sits behinds the scenes and acts innocent?
Oh and apparently some of the people involved in this beat down have family in the police and evidence has been tampered with.
He was arrested, but only charged with minor assault and no charges or arrests are being made on the others involved. Some of the others involved have family in the Okeechobee police department and also DCF. One of the parents even destroyed evidence to protect their guilty little brat. So now the Okeechobee Police Department are trying to bury this story because some of the kids have ties to the department.
Jamie Utt wrote an article on “everydayfeminism.com” titled “10 Ways Men Can Combat Sexist Entitlement in Public“, this is my response:
“1. Don’t Act Like the World is Your Living Room, and Call Out Men Who Do”
call out ‘men’ who do? Let’s see their explanation for this:
“This one’s simple. Be aware of the physical space you take up in public: on trains, in coffee shops, at the library, on airplanes.”
so apparently it’s only men who do this or at least a majority men. they are basing this off personal experience I suppose so lets go through my personal experience with people inefficiently using space in public:
Buses: women with huge oversized strollers taking up 4 seat spaces then taking the child out of the stroller sitting it on a seat making it 5 then sitting on a seat them selves instead of standing behind their stroller making it 6 seats to ONE woman. Women and girls not standing up for the elderly or disabled, the only other people I see not stand up are teenage boys.
Shopping spaces: walk into the door and stand directly in the doorway for a few seconds looking around blocking anyone else from getting in, I have only ever seen women do this. Huge over sized strollers again. Taking shopping carts even when only buying a couple items(I work retail I notice these things).
That’s the only situations where I’ve noticed a large gender disparity in the behaviour, other forms of stupid use of space seems gender neutral.
“2. Using Your Voice: Step Up and Step Back”
oh god, they’re seriously trying to claim men are too loud in public. Only men or at least almost only men.
Do I even need to refute this? I work retail(as mentioned before) so I see literally hundreds of people every day. Women are the majority of loud talkers. Men are typically reserved and quiet in my store with the only exception being teenagers. I take the bus to get to work and this trend stays true.
“3. Work to End Street Harassment”
I would but I happen to never see it. Ever.
“4. Refuse to Use Sexist Language, and Call Out Men Who Do”
Saying ‘bitch’ and calling women hysterical is their gripe here. How about dick, prick, cock and calling men creepy? Not a problem if it’s done to men? Hypocrite.
Another problem they have is with men using over sexualized language and gestures which objectify women. There was a video a while ago where a man stuffed his trousers so that he had a nice large bulge and had a hidden camera which recorded womens reactions to this bulge. Lots of objectifying gestures by women there. Typical feminist tactic of taking ‘bad’ human behaviour and applying it only to men.
5. Keep Your Clothes On
Slut Walk, Femen. Not to mention Bikini’s, short shorts and other tiny revealing clothing that would be entirely unacceptable for men to wear no matter how hot is was outside.
6. Be Publicly Trans*-Inclusive
no. I will simply not address such issues in public. “oh but you call people “ma’am” and “sir”, ya and they’ll correct me if I get it wrong, no harm no foul. There are non-trans women who are very masculine and non-trans men who are very feminine, sometimes mistakes are made. Sometimes a biker dude with long hair will be mistaken for a biker chick(similar biking attire makes it hard to tell from behind sometimes) and no one cares if the mistake is made. Only overly sensitive members of the feminist/LGBT community who WANT to feel like victims care.
The best response I have heard from a man mistaken for a woman was “did you think I was hot?”
7. Demonstrate Clear Consent
get this quote: “Ask before you hug someone. Ask before you pick up that little kid or tickle them. Ask before you kiss your partner.”
The only people I have ever seen touch or acknowledge a strangers baby or child are women. Also this is an article about ‘sexist male entitlements’ does that mean only men never ask before kissing their partner? I’ve seen plenty of women walk up to their husbands or boy friends and just kiss them without a word. Once again you’re a hypocrite for not applying these same standards to women.
8. Strive to Be an Ally to Women in Social Spaces
“Ask any woman whether they’ve been groped by a dude on a dance floor and you’ll understand what I mean.”
Women get handsy when drinking too, men don’t typically consider a hand on their bum and major violation worthy of more attention than dismissing them. Oh by the way men AND women respond positively to these things, it’s interesting what you observe when you start looking. Men do those things because women have responded positively to those things before. Women do those things for the same reason. If you don’t want to deal with that then don’t go places where that behaviour is seen as acceptable. I don’t go to bars or clubs because I don’t like the atmosphere of how people behave in those places. Just like some people avoid Dungeons and Dragons sessions because they don’t like that. Bars and clubs are places people go to hook up, therefore sexual expression including some touching is expected from and by both sexes. I’ve had my ass grabbed by women at parties. I have had women tell me that they treat dancing in clubs as “sex with your clothes on”.
“9. Talk About Male Entitlement with Other Men”
No, the problem I see with most of this stuff is people who are not entitled but simply ignorant. Taking up too much space in public? Not because they’re ‘entitled’ but because they don’t even realize that it is an issue. When people are entitled you can tell immediately based on their attitude. The behaviour is people just being ignorant fuckwits. Have you even been blocked by a large group of people who are walking very slowly and taking up the entire hallway? I call that the great wall of stupid. Proof that they aren’t being entitled is when you say “excuse me” they clear a path for you.
“10. Talk to Boys and Young Men About Male Entitlement in Age-Appropriate Ways”
Okay and here is where this person demonstrates their absolute bigotry towards men and boys:
“Obviously telling a 5 year old that he is expressing “sexist entitlement to girls’ bodies” when he pushes over that little girl to take the tricycle she is riding isn’t going to help anything.”
A 5 year old expressing entitlement to girls bodies? Seriously? First off boys and girls push each other over and take things. Secondly you’re applying sexual connotations to the behaviour of 5 year olds. That is fucked up on so many levels. You are so deep in ideological thinking that you see the behaviour of 5 year old boys as entitled, sexist and sexual? They have no fucking concept of sex to be able to act in a sexual manner or discriminate based on sex and ALL 5 year olds are entitled, they don’t yet have the cognitive ability to not consider themselves the center of everything.
“When I think of what it looks like to talk to young boys about entitlement, I think of a story my friend likes to tell about his professor. While over at the professor’s house for dinner, his 4 year old son hit his older sister.
The professor pulled his son aside and asked the boy, “What’s the most important thing about being a man?”
The little boy, embarrassed, said, “Being gentle.” Brilliant.”
You act as if that is not the norm of society, every boy is brought up being taught not to hit girls. What did that sister do to make a 4 year old want to hit her? Never even entered your mind did it? She is female therefore a victim of males and nothing more, she does not act, she is only acted upon. That is objectification. That is feminism in a nut shell.
If the most important thing about being a man is being gentle then what is the most important thing about being a woman? Oh wait applying such a thing to women is sexist gender roles, smash the patriarchy and such. right?
“No, not all men will act upon the ways we’ve been socialized to feel entitled by committing murder, intimate partner violence, child abuse, or sexual violence, but yes all women and all children have to deal with the consequences of male entitlement and its close connection to violence.”
Most murder is committed by men against men however that ignores the fact that a huge portion of that murder is inspired by women, for example: http://reyekomra.wordpress.com/2013/05/01/alice-hall-false-accuser/
Intimate partner violence is committed equally by both genders, are women socialized to be violent too or are you just full of shit? http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/85-224-x/2010000/t002-eng.htm
The majority of child abuse is committed by women. https://www.mensrightshalifax.com/international/safer-with-their-fathers-children-2-4x-more-likely-to-be-killed-by-their-mothers-boys-murdered-more-often/
“yes all women and all children have to deal with the consequences of male entitlement and its close connection to violence”
Men’s violence often comes from womens entitlement to use men as proxies to dish violence out on their behalf: http://reyekomra.wordpress.com/2013/11/03/why-are-men-so-violent/
So this is ANOTHER case of teens sexting and the police and judicial system just completely misapplying the law. A 15 year old girl and a 17 year old boy were sending pictures to each other, the girls mother instead of reacting like a reasonable adult and speaking to her daughter, the boy, the boys parents or any such thing she decided to call the police. The police instead of reacting like reasonable adults decide that instead of not charging an underage individual with ‘manufaturing child pornography’ for taking pictures of themselves bring the full force of the law down on this boy(and only the boy, the girl taking pictures of herself and possessing pictures of him isn’t a crime apparently). Then we get into the real bullshit, if the previous shit wasn’t bullshit enough.
The prosecutor on the case wants to bring the boy into the hospital, inject him with something to force erection and then have police take photographs of his erect penis. When the prosecutor brought such a request to a judge the judge apparently found it reasonable and granted the warrant.
Let’s take a look at two hypothetical situations and see which seems more like sexually predatory behaviour:
Situation 1: teens in a consenting relationship send pictures of themselves to each other.
Situation 2: Adults force a boy to take an injection which forces erection so that they can take pictures of his genitals against his will. He cannot refuse due to the threat of violence.
Which situation is more predatory? Which situation has the potential for trauma? Do I even need to say any more? Should I have to say anything?
These are laws meant to protect children, being applied in such a way that forces a child to go through the very sort of trauma that the law is meant to prevent.
Contact Those Involved:
Prosecutor Claireborne Richardson (AKA, The “Legal” Child Pornographer)
Phone: (703) 792-6050
Fax: (703) 792-7081
Paul B. Ebert — Commonwealth’s Attorney for Prince William County (703) 792-6050 // firstname.lastname@example.org
Douglas W. Keen — Manassas Chief of Police (703) 257-8000 // email@example.com
D.E. Abbott — Manassas Police “Internet Crimes Against Children” (703) 257-8042 // firstname.lastname@example.org
So Samantha Allen flipped her shit that a gaming journalism site hired two new employees and both were DUNDUNDUN white males.
The internet as it does went ahead and called bullshit on this bullshit and princess Samantha quickly jumped into victim mode.
Then something awesome happened:
Someone she had harassed and actually tried to do real world harm to responded, politely and nicely.
So much for that whole “women are harassed online because of misogyny” thing, eh?
It seems people have wised up to these feminists who complain about no women in X, Y or Z. Why would there be women in those places if you, a woman refuse to go into those places? There is no guarantee that any woman even applied for the job at all. The retail job I work at we get about one resume from a guy for every 20 from women. I’m one of two guys working there, not because of sexism but because of the available pool of potential employees.
There is a video by Christina Hoff Sommers that touches on this subject: The real reason there aren’t more women in science
Men’s Rights Edmonton likes to go to feminists events to record what the feminists are saying and spreading their message. Every time they issue the same warning “anyone who interrupts this event is our enemy”
Their most recent video regarding this sort of thing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ag5OMUmZvfg
Feminists response to MRA events on the other hand has been quite different. Violence, threats, censorship, bullying, pulling fire alarms, the list goes on.
Feminists most recent example of this is their threats against the venue that the international conference on men’s issues is going to be held at. More information on that: http://www.avoiceformen.com/a-voice-for-men/threats-of-violence-and-death-against-doubletree-hilton-in-detroit-over-mens-conference/
So to recap:
Man violent towards woman: “what the hell is wrong with you.”
Woman violent towards man: “HAHAHAHAHA”
The video ends with “40% of domestic violence is suffered by men”, that’s 40% in a culture which has those reactions. If our culture had the same reaction to violence regardless of gender how much higher would that number be? How much is hidden behind a narrative which puts shame on men for being abused and shame on men for defending themselves? How much is the number of abused women inflated due to a narrative of victimized women and violent men?