phallicallydisabled said: I don't know what you're trying to accomplish, but you are a cancer to men's rights everywhere. I fight to end sexism against men who are persecuted for their penis sizes unjustly. You claim men cannot be targeted by sexism. You are why men are given less legitimacy. Please go.

imnotamisandristbut:

amiamisandrist:

PHTBPHTBPHTPBHTPBPTHPTBH WHAT

WHAT

Trans mod totally agrees with anon - literally the only reason I and my fellow men are oppressed is penis size.

That is why during the Feminist Women’s Convention of 1534, they made it an international law that male-identified people must send unsolicited dick pics to every woman they meet, and why flashing strangers on the metro is encouraged. Doing so gives society the required information to quantify the oppression we should be subjected to.

The system really became much more consistent with the wake of dick-recognition software. Technology has set the Men’s Rights Movement back decades!

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phallicallydisabled said: I don't know what you're trying to accomplish, but you are a cancer to men's rights everywhere. I fight to end sexism against men who are persecuted for their penis sizes unjustly. You claim men cannot be targeted by sexism. You are why men are given less legitimacy. Please go.

amiamisandrist:

PHTBPHTBPHTPBHTPBPTHPTBH WHAT

WHAT

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thisismy-neverland said: Quick reminder that following anything with 'but' (in the context of 'I'm not a mysandrist, but-' or 'I'm not racist, but-') Chances are you are in fact what you initially claimed not to be, and therefore are an asshole. Just sayin'.

amiamisandrist:

"I am a sociopath"

"I don’t use trigger warnings"

seems like you’d miss the point of the blog no matter what

17/9/2014 . 85 notes . Reblog

Anonymous said: You've obviously had some bad experiences with men. Is it daddy issues or just getting blown off by them all the time that made you so bitter?

amiamisandrist:

are your jimmies rustled anon

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androgynous-mysticeti said: I love you (trigger warning use of word love). Your blog is so funny.

amiamisandrist:

i honestly can’t tell if this is a troll ask or not

21/8/2014 . 12 notes . Reblog

I’m not a misandrist, but there’s something up with the way men dress. They look like slobs except when they’re doing business, and we all know that dressing well is only done for sexual attention. The business sector is mostly male. So they must want the sexual attention of other men, and not women’s attention. 

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amiamisandrist:

these were their other boring-ass asks
mras always sound like they’re writin damn academic paper

amiamisandrist:

these were their other boring-ass asks

mras always sound like they’re writin damn academic paper

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Anonymous said: Finally, I label you a bigot. Protest as much as you like, your posts give me reason to believe that despite any disagreeing responses, you still display very obvious acts of bigotry. I would gladly come off anon, but i fear you would abuse having that information. Refer to me as Lilly.

amiamisandrist:

why all ur asks sound like a damn academic paper chill out jeez

yawn yawn bore bore we’ve haerd this shit before

8/8/2014 . 36 notes . Reblog

I’m not a misandrist, but I don’t think men should be allowed to wear fedoras and trilbies. They look WAY better on women anyway.

11/7/2014 . 174 notes . Reblog
David Gilmour tribute

I am not a misandrist, but I’m just not interested in teaching male writers. If you want to read male writers, get out of my classroom and go to one of those MRA meetings down the hall. Again, I am not a misandrist, I have even taught one short story by Hemingway once. But then again, most of the students just can’t relate to anything a man wrote, so what’s the point? I mean, I am not a misandrist, I just don’t love men writers enough to teach them. What I teach is serious lady writers. Now, if you are into any of that frivolous stuff, maybe you should check out “Men’s Studies” or “Men’s Literature” section of the book store.

(see http://www.randomhouse.ca/hazlitt/blog/david-gilmour-building-strong-stomachs)

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