Bitchy Career Women feminists giving Forbes media exposure


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Bitchy Career Women feminists giving Forbes media exposure
Halladay
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Halladay
So you are all dropping your subscriptions huh ? Seems like instead that this has been a bonanza for both Forbes and Noer. Thank you for the publicity and traffic. I’m sure Forbes and Noer and profiting handsomely.

08-27-2006 10:53 PM

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JWatkins
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JWatkins
I’m grateful for Forbes to publish this – very few western media outlets would even dream to publish something like this – such is the anti-male grip on society.

It’s good the issue is getting interest, that’ll only mean it’ll be debated and discussed more, and that can only lead to one thing – a exposure of the feminist standpoint.

08-27-2006 10:59 PM

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Halladay
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Halladay
Yes and another article written a few years ago by Vox Day seems in agreement with Noer’s article.. http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=30830 I hope this link works.

08-27-2006 11:07 PM

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Romulus
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Romulus
I was actually surprised at the female response. Every news program I watched carried this story and the female reaction spoke volumes. The level of threat it caused them was incredible, you would think Noer called women sub-human slaves by the reaction the article received. And they are scrambling to twist and turn things in any way possible to detract from the fact that marrying a career woman increases divorce and causes other problems. I can understand if Noer claimed career women dont contribute to society, are less intelligent, less productive, etc. how this would cause an outrage but all he is saying is to not marry a career woman. Its the same thing as saying to women don’t marry a doctor – they make poor husbands b/c they are on call all the time, have demanding work loads, have less time to spend with the family etc. Would men be upset by such an article? of course not, we don’t get nearly as upset when we are villified by women and the media for being insensitive, sex addicts, etc. So why are women so threatened by this article? Is it b/c it now forces men to reevaluate marriage all together? Is it b/c it now shows men out there blinded by romantic illusions of marriage what a raw deal it truly is? In any event, its a winning situation for men and a step towards expressing the feelings we have kept inside for many years. Expect more and more men to not only shun career women but reject marriage all together – the current marriage statistics prove it.

Message Edited by Romulus on 08-27-2006 11:34 PM

08-27-2006 11:27 PM

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ftesyektsi
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ftesyektsi

Romulus wrote: “Is it b/c it now shows men out there blinded by romantic illusions of marriage what a raw deal it truly is?”

Strange how stats change.  Recently, studies showed that married men were happier than single men, and married women were less happy than their single counterparts.

In short, marriage was of greater benefit to the males (because they had someone to take care of them).  Naturally, not such a good deal for the ladies.

Taking that into consideration, I’m surprised women are in an uproar, too, in some respects. They should be rejoicing that marriage just may be less attainable, now.  They THINK they want it, but chances are they may have ended up marrying someone who ends up sitting at the table with his fork and knife, waiting for the din-din he’ll want her to cook for him as soon as she pulls up in the driveway.

And who needs that?

Message Edited by ftesyektsi on 08-27-2006 11:38 PM

08-27-2006 11:37 PM

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Freeyourself
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Freeyourself

ftesyektsi wrote:

Romulus wrote: “Is it b/c it now shows men out there blinded by romantic illusions of marriage what a raw deal it truly is?”

Strange how stats change.  Recently, studies showed that married men were happier than single men, and married women were less happy than their single counterparts.

In short, marriage was of greater benefit to the males (because they had someone to take care of them).  Naturally, not such a good deal for the ladies.

Taking that into consideration, I’m surprised women are in an uproar, too, in some respects. They should be rejoicing that marriage just may be less attainable, now.  They THINK they want it, but chances are they may have ended up marrying someone who ends up sitting at the table with his fork and knife, waiting for the din-din he’ll want her to cook for him as soon as she pulls up in the driveway.

And who needs that?

Message Edited by ftesyektsi on 08-27-2006 11:38 PM

I agree tell all your sisters were cavemen and don’t marry men.

08-27-2006 11:45 PM

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porkchops38
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porkchops38
“Recently, studies showed that married men were happier than single men,”

If that’s true, it’s probably due to all those American men marrying foreign wives… skewing the statistics… LMAO

08-27-2006 11:52 PM

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Drakimus
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Drakimus
ftesyektsi said, “Strange how stats change. Recently, studies showed that married men were happier than single men, and married women were less happy than their single counterparts.”

Can you cite these studies? Because I have been reading things that are contrary to some of your claims.

Take this article from the New York Times. The article’s premise is on “why men are not marrying”.

Some social scientists have found that married men are healthier and earn slightly more than unmarried men. But it is unclear whether marriage produces higher incomes and better health, or whether people who are richer and healthier in the first place more often choose to marry.

Beyond the questions of finances and health, there is the issue of how content these men are. All the men interviewed for this article looked younger than their age. All said they were happy with their lives, even Mr. Cunningham, with his clear longing for a family of his own, and Mr. Thomas, of Fort Collins, who said he might move to Denver to meet more women.

08-27-2006 11:57 PM

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JWatkins
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JWatkins
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Romulus wrote: “Is it b/c it now shows men out there blinded by romantic illusions of marriage what a raw deal it truly is?”

Strange how stats change. Recently, studies showed that married men were happier than single men, and married women were less happy than their single counterparts.

In short, marriage was of greater benefit to the males (because they had someone to take care of them). Naturally, not such a good deal for the ladies.

Taking that into consideration, I’m surprised women are in an uproar, too, in some respects. They should be rejoicing that marriage just may be less attainable, now. They THINK they want it, but chances are they may have ended up marrying someone who ends up sitting at the table with his fork and knife, waiting for the din-din he’ll want her to cook for him as soon as she pulls up in the driveway.

And who needs that?
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That dog doesn’t hunt – the reason why men in marriages were statistically found to be happier was because they excluded divorced men.

Remember this isn’t a case whether being married is beneficial to an individual but whether getting married is. And given the high level of divorces, there is a massive distinction between the two.

08-28-2006 12:26 AM

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ACatInSD
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ACatInSD

So ladies,

there is really nothing else we could do in this world about relationships, it seems. Let’s focus on ourselves, and those men who could view the situation with calmness and ration, though fewer and fewer

Let’s get as much education as possible, and enhance our career and pay, that we still could enjoy our life.

Life is a puzzle. Men are just part of it. If you are so pathetic that your puzzle just has one piece and that is men, you should wake up. You are wasting your time, and life.

And, we all know that life has never been perfect, and will never be. So improve ourselves first, and leave those arrogant men alone. Again, there are some nice ones out there, it is up to our luck!

I agree that marriage really deosn’t do our women much, really, especially if you want to get married just for the sake of marriage!

08-28-2006 12:55 AM

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ajosselyn
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ajosselyn

I can’t speak for anyone but myself, but I was intested in this article b/c I feel that society now a days (however it got this way). Yes you can stay home with children with a little bit of sacrafice, but that’s the answer! It’s not they way it was in the 50’s when most people lived this way, and it wasn’t a sacrifice, it was life.

08-28-2006 02:51 AM

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Halladay
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Halladay
And many bras were burned for the life lived today

08-28-2006 07:07 AM

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