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[COPY] STEM fail

submission by MRSPArchiver in MRSelfPostCopies

3 hours, 25 minutes ago

Below is a copy of this post by /u/keeplayer109 on Sat May 23 03:49:40 2015 UTC, as read on Sat May 23 03:50:00 2015 UTC.


My fiancé is a teacher. One of her coworkers decided that she was going to take the 6,7,8th grade girls to STEM workshop thing for girls at the local community college. As we guessed there are not many women in STEM fields because they Choose not to. The girls were bored the entire time, they hated it.

[COPY] I don't usually post here but I have no idea where else to show this. TwoXChromosomes being disgusting toward male rape victims.

submission by MRSPArchiver in MRSelfPostCopies

3 hours, 52 minutes ago

Below is a copy of this post by /u/ThingstoReconsider on Sat May 23 03:22:18 2015 UTC, as read on Sat May 23 03:22:46 2015 UTC.


I posted content there which was actually a video from /r/videos. The video is of the drunk female attorney who attempted to rape a cab driver and then used her position to have him arrested when he came forward.

I posted the video and it got removed with the mods claiming "It wasn't relevant"

The exchange can be seen here.

When I reported the incident another mod has this to say.

The fact this type of shit is allowed by the admins is fucking disgusting. They essentially are allowed to discriminate against people.

Even the worst subreddits like /r/nigger and so on allow for people to exchange their views. This though, this is beyond putrid.

They should have done a mash-up commercial.

comment by Frekavichk in funny

3 months, 2 weeks ago

Well I went to both subs and /r/mensrights has 2 posts about it, and /r/theredpill has one post.

I guess everyone in those threads got butthurt?

They should have done a mash-up commercial.

comment by RalphWaldoNeverson in funny

3 months, 2 weeks ago

Everyone on /r/mensrights and /r/theredpill got butthurt about that commercial. It's pretty sad that they felt personally offended by a commercial that exists to make others feel better.

"Sorry its a boy" Sarah Silverman & Chelsea Handler super bowl commercial

comment by CraftyDrac in TwoXChromosomes

3 months, 2 weeks ago

Actually,in /r/mensrights the same discussion is ongoing and basically the same was said by most people