Colour Codes of Misandry: Code Green

Charge of Puerility (Code Green) – The Peter Pan ChargeGreen-Foil-Star-2-sided-Cutout-3.5-inch-12ct

Discussion: The target is accused of being immature and/or irresponsible in some manner that reflects badly on his status as an adult male. Examples:

• “Grow up!”
• “You are so immature!”
• “Do you live with your mother?”
• “I’m not interested in boys. I’m interested in real men.”
• “Men are shirking their God-given responsibility to marry and bear children.”

Response: It should be remembered that one’s sexual history, marital status, parental status, etc. are not reliable indicators of maturity and accountability. If they were, then we would not hear of white collar crime, divorce, teen sex, unplanned pregnancies, extramarital affairs, etc.

It should be noted that these guys constantly look into women’s sexual history, call us cunts and sluts, tell us we have more reproductive rights and so on.

Another hypocritical part of the MRA’s is that they are against rape shield laws that protect victims from having to bring up their entire sexual history in the courtroom and yet here they are saying that sexual history shouldn’t be a part of accountability.

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2 thoughts on “Colour Codes of Misandry: Code Green

  1. A court of law is a place where an accused innocent person can get seriously and unjustly messed up.

    The internet is a place where free speech is allowed, for better or worse. This is just words that cannot hurt the target person or group, unless they are thin-skinned about it (so some coaching about how to become more thick skinned is a good thing and that is what these color codes are, Anyone can benefit from generalizing and using the underlying concepts behind these codes. Even you)

    Try to see how the two places and situations shown above in my comment are two different things.

    • There are even limits online. I don’t think I was clear in this post. This is what MRA’s put forward as ‘colour codes of misandry’. It’s their idea, not mine.

      I don’t have issue with the courts. Sure, they can seem unfair and maybe you don’t get the judgment you want in terms of custody and alimony etc. However, there is a method behind it. Also you can appeal. That’s the good thing about our system.

      I don’t know where the generalizing in coming in here unless you want to accuse MRA’s of doing it b/c this is their own writing. Not mine.

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