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There is indeed a men's movement. Anyone who thinks not has no clue to the status of men today. Any group of men, organized with leaders, will quickly find its leaders in jail for false charges, or sleeping under bridges from unemployment. So, men cannot have a conventional organization, period. The men's movement today is fighting the only way it can, simply opting out of the traditional role, plus of course men like me who live in other countries. Here are the marriage statistics for recent years. Number of Marriages per 1,000 Unmarried Women Age 15 and Older, by Year, United States: 1922 99 (found on Web) 1960 73.5 1961 72.2 1962 71.2 1963 73.4 1964 74.6 1965 75.0 1966 75.6 1967 76.4 1968 79.1 1969 80.0 1970 76.5 1972 77.9 1975 66.9 1977 63.6 1980 61.4 1983 59.9 1985 56.2 1987 55.7 1990 54.5 1991 54.2 1992 53.3 1993 52.3 1995 50.8 2000 46.5 2004 39.9 2007 39.2 (Rutgers 2009) 2008 37.4 (Rutgers 2009) 2009 36 (UVA 2010; project moved from Rutgers) UK is at 18, and NZ is at 28. If you don't think this is hurting feminism, and will not eventually have women listening to men, well, I am sorry for you. This does not include large numbers of men who are simply leaving the Anglosphere. Several years ago, the UK census announced there were one million British men missing. They lied. They actually could not find two million men, but simply declared half of them were probably there. Yes, there is a men's movement, and it is doing the only thing it can do without the F-16's being sent in.
Toggle Commented Nov 23, 2011 on The Misandry Bubble at The Futurist
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