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This is another good real for ALL men written by a man who is a man's activist.
This is titled "The Myth Of Male Power" by Warren Farrell.
You're where you're at in life because of your thoughts.
What you think about the most is what you will eventually manifest in your life.
Feminist protesting playing their fake lame shame game. They attempted to physically block people from hearing what Warren Farrell had to say.
The Myth of Male Power distinguishes between men s institutional power and genuine power. Farrell says genuine power is "control over one's life." He documents that virtually every society that has survived has done so by persuading its sons to be disposable--whether in war or in work; and therefore indirectly as dads. And disposability is not power.
Farrell explains, "The road to high pay is a toll road tolls such as working more hours, and taking 24 of the 25 worst jobs..."; Farrell posits that men have mistakenly defined power as feeling obligated to earn money someone else spends while he dies sooner.
In the past, Farrell says, neither sex had power; both sexes had roles: women's role: raise children; men's role: raise money. Our grandparents didn't preach rights they preached responsibilities and obligations. Both genders sacrificed so their children s lives would be better than theirs.
Dr. Farrell challenges the belief that men made the rules to benefit men at the expense of women. He writes that if the rules were designed to just benefit men, then women would be socialized to desire and initiate sex with men, pay on dates, buy men diamonds; there would be female-only draft registration; and post- divorce, women would be the sex most likely to lose their home and children.
Toward solutions, Farrell proposes, "neither a women's movement blaming men nor a men's movement blaming women, but a gender transition movement that fosters a transition from the rigid roles of our past to more flexible roles for the future."
This Week in Poverty: US Single Mothersâ€”'The Worst Off'
http://www.thenation.com/blog/171886/we ... hers-worst#
You can find many stories like this. The percentage of single moms is directly proportional to higher rates of poverty and crime.
This story is far from over - it will get worse before it improves. That is why I have been saying we are creating a large underclass which is coming from the bottom up.