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I’m NOT a feminist, did you guess that from the name of this blog? So, what am I about? Simple, my goal is to raise awareness of how Men’s Human Rights have been attacked, undermined and diminished by the growing toxic influence of feminism.

To help change and challege the narrative that for too long has been controlled by feminism, so that men and women can acknowledge each others Humanity.

 

13 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. wtfwtf13
    Dec 02, 2013 @ 19:09:33

    A very noble goal madam !
    It’s very gratifying to note that the breed of good women has not gone extinct as yet.
    This is a silver lining to a cloud that’s threatening to get darker by the day.
    I will savour my moments of joy as I peruse the material at your site.
    It’s a sign of the times that kindness and compassion have become serendipitous and not the norm.
    Thanks for a genuine exhibition of both.

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    • Anja Eriud
      Dec 02, 2013 @ 19:28:35

      Thank you.

      I would agree that the genus of “good women” isn’t completely extinct, just getting harder and harder to find, and I appreciate your kind remarks. I think of Erin Pizzey, Karen Straughan, Alison Tieman, Suzanne McCarley, Della Burton, Diana Davison, Janet Bloomfield and quite a few to many more to mention as “good women”

      Kindness and compassion are not exclusing to one sex or the other, but the toxic influence of feminism has almost rendered these qualities as rare as hounds teeth. Particularly in some women.

      I loathe feminism, with a passion, I despise what this vile ideology has brought us to the brink of, how it has warped and corrupted and twisted the very qualities of humanity that make US decent human beings.

      Even our language has become a tool of spite, of malice of double speak, so that people are now reluctant to express even the mildest amount of sympathy, empathy or concern for men and boys without some rabid harpy having a conniption!

      This WILL change, it must change, otherwise we will become nothing……..nothing worth writing home about as a generation, as a civilisation.

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  2. The mandingo
    Jan 07, 2014 @ 18:45:38

    Are you another alias of Paul Elam or John Hembling?

    Prove you’re a real person.

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  3. beautifulinhim
    Feb 02, 2014 @ 18:27:30

    “I loathe feminism, with a passion, I despise what this vile ideology has brought us to the brink of, how it has warped and corrupted and twisted the very qualities of humanity that make US decent human beings.”
    Same here! 20 years ago I started writing about sexism against men and people would not believe that I am a woman. Actually it was womenw ho did not believe that I was a woman. What did that say about women? Or what did that say about women’s view about women that they just did not believe that a woman would care about men’s rights and sexism towrds men? Hhmmm. All I can say is that it is soooo good to see many more women who feel the same as I do.

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  4. Gordy
    Mar 08, 2014 @ 00:10:24

    Thank you so much for adding your voice to the debate; it is sorely needed. I too utterly despise feminism. In a (world-class) educational institution to which I’m affiliated, language that borders on sexist is considered more worthy of official concern than an assault occasioning significant bodily harm (so long as the assault victim is male, and the perpetrator female, of course). This madness has to stop.

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    • Anja Eriud
      Mar 08, 2014 @ 12:48:10

      Hello and Welcome Gordy

      Thank you for your comment – much appreciated. You hit the nail on the head my friend – “This madness has to stop” we are literally driving our societies and cutltures to the brink of self destruction.

      Anja

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  5. darlingdoll
    Mar 20, 2014 @ 00:58:54

    Just found your blog through j4mb’s site. Very excited to read more.

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  6. santiago
    Mar 27, 2014 @ 22:21:06

    You got my support πŸ™‚ I found your mgtow post highly honest and entertaing thanks from an Irishman!

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    • anjaeriud
      Mar 27, 2014 @ 22:25:41

      Hello and welcome santiago

      Well thank you, much appreciated – Gur Raibh Mile Mhaith Agat πŸ™‚

      Stick around – there are things afoot

      Anja

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  7. santiago
    Mar 28, 2014 @ 20:05:53

    And thank you for the excellent blog posts you write what I’ve been thinking for years! It would seem something is building alright,I’m seeing a lot more Mensa rights and mgtow stuff cropping up even take a look at boards.is were there are numerous threads…more than usual!

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  8. geos59
    Apr 02, 2014 @ 00:36:05

    We really do need more kind women like you in the world. πŸ™‚ You have my support 100%.

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  9. Daniel Tyler-Hewitt
    Apr 08, 2014 @ 14:16:23

    Men like to feel that they have a role to play by providing for and protecting a spouse and/or family. It makes them feel, well, like men. But if that role isn’t supported or respected by the wife/partner and/or society, then after slogging away at a job day after day but not getting recognition, reward or support, it’s no surprise if a lot of men are getting fed up and saying ‘enough is enough.’ The experience of work is different for the majority of men than it is for the majority of women. It is generally more competitive or physically demanding, and men tend to work full time for longer over the course of their lives. By the way, men die earlier than women. Imagine the outcry there would be if it was the other way around. Too often it seems they (men) don’t get the little bit of T.L.C. when they get home, or assistance with household tasks that would help make their hard work and sacrifice for their spouses and families more bearable. There are only so many hours in a day after all. Women should be respected, sure. So should men. But women’s rights should not take precedent over men’s, nor visa versa. None of us can or should necessarily ‘have our cake and eat it’ in life. Being together in a relationship, marriage or otherwise, should be about caring, sharing problems and respecting each other, and that includes respecting and valuing our differences, strengths and weaknesses as men and women. Let’s look after each other. Otherwise we are risking fractured societies, families and generations of men with low self esteem who feel they have no place in society, and no role to play as ‘protector and provider.’ The birth of the MGTOW movement is no surprise. But it should be looked at rationally as a social phenomenon, and not used by men as an excuse for misogyny and women hating. Men should be able to stand up and be men, take responsibility and work hard etc. – and no that doesn’t mean they earn the right to go out and gamble, drink and womanise. But sometimes these days it feels as if women expect the right to do exactly as they please, when they please, because it is their ‘right.’ Unfortunately real life isn’t as simple as allowing us to reduce relationships and choices down to decisions bases on the concept of a man’s ‘rights’ or a woman’s ‘rights.’ Can we all not just grow up a bit?

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