Egyptian Protesters Complain of Virginity Tests

by W.F. Price on June 2, 2011

According to reports from Amnesty International and various Egyptian bloggers, Egyptian women who took part in street protests with men have been accused of promiscuity and prostitution. Some have been detained, where they say they were subjected to humiliating “virginity tests,” slapping and taser shocks.

From a Western perspective, this comes off as rather barbaric, perhaps because the overwhelming majority of unmarried women would utterly fail such tests, and the subsequent detention would swamp our incarceration facilities with tens of millions of not-virgins.

It may seem alien to us, but chastity is taken seriously in Islamic countries, and anecdotal evidence suggests that it is supported by women at least as much as men. Even so, as an American, the idea that government officials should be probing people’s private parts is repugnant to me.

However, it strikes me as disingenuous to see feminists making so much hay over this particular abuse when they were entirely silent over the depredations of Abu Ghraib. Again, as an American, I find it repugnant when people are gratuitously humiliated by the state — especially when it is our own state doing it.

The Egyptian government is now taking heat for its callous treatment of female detainees. I’m sure feminists are outraged over this. But did they give a damn when it was men who were being sexually tortured by “strong, empowered American women” like Lynndie England?

No, if we raise that issue, they’d dismiss it as no big deal. It isn’t only that they don’t give a damn — they tacitly support this kind of abuse of men they consider their enemies. Muslims are “patriarchal” after all, so in the feminist universe they deserve to be subjected to humiliation and menaced by attack dogs, just like American men back home.

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Ken June 2, 2011 at 05:07

Great point W.F.!
So how about that “change” in Egypt, hunh liberals?

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Opus June 2, 2011 at 05:13

I have a certain interest in Egypt, [population 80,000,000] and the relationship between the men and the women. I will refrain from making caustic comments about the likelihood of successfully introducing ‘Democracy’ to Egypt, – as your Administration is keen to do – as that would perhaps be off-topic, but the following factualities may be of interest.

Despite certain Xtian sects (in, I think, Alexandria – Egypt is of course to some extent really a Greek colony) the country is overwhelmingly Arab and thus overwhelmingly Muslim, both culturally and in terms of religion. As such (and because Egypt is poor) women are not ‘liberated’ as in the west. Prostitution (whether Male or Female) is illegal, but inevitably in a poor country is much available and Egypt is a Mecca for (largely Western Female) Sex Tourists. Abortion is illegal.

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gender foreigner June 2, 2011 at 05:25

Dear All:

The virginity test of Egypt is much akin to the rape test Feminists use against men and boys everywhere in the West and much beyond. If the Feminists don’t want men to protest whatever, out come the false accusations and, in tandem, out come the women’s police as agents of women’s violence against men.

Whereas in the West (as well as virtually, if not, EVERYWHERE else), FALSE accusation is the favorite weapon of VIOLENCE BY WOMEN AGAINST MEN, in the noted case of Egypt (as well as elsewhere), CONFIRMED ACCUSATION is the method.

By way of strong tendency, men (and women) hold men accountable as per their claims: women and men don’t hold women accountable as per their claims.

As is standard practice, the Feminists will be claiming privately, and one could anticpate, increasingly publicly that, “So, now it know what it is to be raped.”

Of course, something in the nature of a state-sponsored pap test (a fornication/physical-adultery test) is an invasive test for sure. The difference is that it is not a supply-equals-demand (feminine demand–masculine demand–as per the INDIVIDUALS being tested) test. The FEMININE supply-equals-demand configuration constitutes a RIGHT. The FEMININE supply-doesn’t-equal-demand configuration constitutes a RESPONSIBILITY. These mathematical (economic) facts can be inferred from fact situations always.

What is in contrast in the discussed configuration (Wilmer’s discussion) is that the gender culture’s FEMININE RIGHT is affronted by the accountability factor as per the female. And, as a CATEGORY, the female abhors substantive accountability.

On a PROCEDURAL basis, Feminists object to women being called, “girls” (never mind men are called, “boys”–”old boys’ network,” “bringing home the boys,” “boyfriend,” etc.) but on a SUBSTANTIVE BASIS, Feminists insist on BEING GIRLS. The female is unaccountability central.

If one reads legislation as per CONSCRIPTION/THE DRAFT (and I have), one can find that the hierarchy of who is sent to the front lines is UNMARRIED MEN FIRST. That is to say, for centuries, if not millenia, the virginity test has been used against men/boys.

In vulgar terms, in recognition of how states the world over sacrifice virgins (and Feminists, that is not a synonym for female), the facts are as follows: “If you don’t f**k, you’re f***ed: if you do f**k, you’re not f**ed.” For men, this is nothing new. It’s something old.

The, “Virginity Test” has a long masculine history and Canada has long been recipients of American virgins traversing their northern border in order to escape state-sponsored Violence Against Men. The last huge wave was as per the Vietnam War (over 50,000 American men). And since the beginning of the Afghan War and Iraq War, tens of American men have sought gender refuge is Women’s Canada (and a number of such, perhaps the majority, have done so in stated objection to their having to commit what they consider to be de facto and de jure military crimes).

Now that those men are here in the Frauenreich of Canada, and no longer in the Frauenreich of the Feminist States of America, many of such gender refugees await various forms of immigration trials in which they essentially await their destiny. As time passes, they will find out whether they willl receive another top-up of Violence Against Men by our Feminists here and/or the American Feminists there (in the good ol’ FSA).

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Uncle Elmer June 2, 2011 at 06:09

Sexual humiliation and perversion allegations appear to be a favored tool among political operators of every stripe. Your computer is the first thing thing the authorities grab when they kick your door in or detain you at the border. Fabricating phony computer evidence is simple yet difficult to defend against, thus useful for taking down or discrediting an opponent. Recall a few years ago when some Malaysian politician was ruined by these tactics.Would be easy to create a virus that downloads objectionable material to your computer. And as others have noted here, privacy web sites are probably run by the government.

My wife likes the true-life detective shows. Almost every accused person’s hard drive has google searches for”How to snap someone’s neck”.

Reminds me of an old Paul Simon gag :”5 0 Ways to Kill Your Lover”

Shoot her in the head, Fred
Stick her face in the fan, Sam.
Hit her with the bus, Gus.
Just listen to me.

etc etc

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SingleDad June 2, 2011 at 06:32

It seems that citizens shouldn’t be treated with such barbarity. Non-citizens, males of any nationality, we don’t shouldn’t to be concerned about.

This, gentlemen, is the new world order.

Men should be leading the protests at G8 and G20, IMO.

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Mr. N June 2, 2011 at 07:00

TSA is salivating over this.

Lest we forget it was just last week when TSA threatened to make the whole state of Texas a commercial no-fly zone if the state says TSA needs probable cause to grope people.

http://blogs.forbes.com/kashmirhill/2011/05/25/tsa-threatens-to-cancel-all-flights-out-of-texas-if-groping-bill-passed/

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Commander Shepard June 2, 2011 at 07:08

What’s the big deal about American women not being virgins? They should be able to get all the sex they want from alphas before settling with a provider beta. That way she has some fond memories to diddle herself with (threesomes, alpha gang bangs, “exploring” with other women, etc) and the beta occasionally gets sex whenever she’s feeling charitable.

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dejour June 2, 2011 at 07:19

I agree with 95% of what is said at this site, but there were a few feminist articles discussing Abu Ghraib. Definitely not “entirely silent”. A lot of these articles talked about how the pictures disabused them of the notion that women were innately morally superior. It’s sad that this lesson seems to have been quickly forgotten by feminists.

eg. Barbara Ehrenreich
“A certain kind of feminism, or perhaps I should say a certain kind of feminist naivete, died in Abu Ghraib. It was a feminism that saw men as the perpetual perpetrators, women as the perpetual victims and male sexual violence against women as the root of all injustice.”

http://articles.latimes.com/2004/may/16/opinion/op-ehrenreich16/2

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Gendeau June 2, 2011 at 08:24

I wish ‘her’ luck fighting ‘her’ battles in ‘her’ country.

Now, about men in the west…

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Gendeau June 2, 2011 at 08:35

Why is it that I’m waiting for the victim / grievance industry to come up with a solution requiring someone else to ‘man-up’?

They’re all equal an’ shit, right up ’til someone has to do something unpleasant.

And Hitlery? No, picking up the man-phone and telling men to fix it, is not my idea of the sistas showin’ da menz that they’re equal.

Amnesty International is in the business of finding problems; there’s no money to be made in saying “progress is being made, leave them to it”.

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Anonymous Reader June 2, 2011 at 08:37

Maybe this explains what happened to intrepid reporter Lara Logan. That wasn’t a “mob rape”, that was rather a “field virginity test”…

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Firepower June 2, 2011 at 08:41

Steer clear of the slippery slope of Mission Creep: It’s best avoiding the typical American (liberal) response of TEAM America World Police.

Do-gooder Americans really have NO inkling how Arabs and Islam are so vastly, irreconcilably different from Western belief systems.

When Muslims want to oppress/kill other Muslims, stay out of their way.

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Newfoundman June 2, 2011 at 08:53

I think that the absence of outrage of Abu Ghraib was more due to a lack of empathy of the enemy than a lack of empathy to men, though the current uproar over virginity tests is a bit more gender-based.

Then again, protectiveness of women is hard-wired into our system, to the point where our unconcern of Abu-Ghraib victims was a default, instinctive reaction – none at all.

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Junny June 2, 2011 at 09:27

Hypocrisy yet again. A few years back, an epidemic of husband-beating emerged in the Egyptian media. A quarter of married Egyptian admitted to striking their husbands at least once. The situation was only exacerbated by casual beatings of men by larger women on television shows and movies. Since then, such beatings have toned down in the media.

Egypt is one of two media hubs in the Arab world. Music videos from Egyptian pop singers are disseminated throughout the 22 other Arab countries. If you had an opportunity to watch one, you would be truly disgusted. Most of them are “stories” where the protagonist (female pop star) takes pleasure in humiliating a male, thus asserting her empowerment.

I bet that you’ll never hear of such a thing on Jezebel.

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only known as Joshua June 2, 2011 at 09:31

I suspect that a virginity test is political tactic used by the big hounds in power in Egypt. To crush dissent.Ergo shaming Egyptian women. I would bet a literal steak dinner, that it is the Wahabbi sect or a fanatical branch of jihadist is behind this move.

And I suspect that virginity test is already being used as a political sledge hammer by feminists. And to be used against men. of which it would mean, it would give feminists an excuse to interfere with other nations’ businesses.

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Hayden June 2, 2011 at 09:31

Men get part of their penises cut off at birth for no legitimate reason, without pain medication, and women get their vaginas looked at and fall apart. At this point, I could not care less if women got a marriage expiration date tattooed on their foreheads.

I fail to see any value for my life in a woman’s hymen or any other part of her. I can’t speak to the women of other cultures, but American women are a lose/lose proposition for an American man.

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SingleDad June 2, 2011 at 09:43

@ Junny

Today the Femborg at Salon posted that they think killing men is just fine, no trial, jury, appeals, just vigilante justice, as long as you don’t seem to like it.

Femborg rationalization hamster belt 1 operating at full tilt.

A parental watchdog group the Parents Television Council is drumming up a tempest in a teapot over the new Rhianna video in which she get’s revenge on an abuser by shooting him.

This from Rhianna who hit her boyfriend, Chris Brown, and suffered the trauma of domestic violence when he hit back, she admitted hitting him first, why not, she’s the victim.

ABC reports the Councils statement:

“Rihanna’s personal story and status as a celebrity superstar provided a golden opportunity for the singer to send an important message to female victims of rape and domestic violence,” said Melissa Henson, director of communications and public education for the Parents Television Council in a news release. “Instead of telling victims they should seek help, Rihanna released a music video that gives retaliation in the form of premeditated murder the imprimatur of acceptability”

http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/rihanna-man-video-draws-fire-murdering-abuser/story?id=13735564

The Femborg at Salon make a point of saying they support the video, feminists want vigalante violence against men by women to not only be legalized but to be normalized, hence stumping for homocidal video’s, chick snuff flicks, as long as the murderess isn’t smiling:

From Salon in response to the above statement:

“True, but seriously, does anybody think she looks happy about it? That she makes it seem like a good idea?”

http://www.salon.com/entertainment/tv/mtv/index.html?story=/ent/tv/feature/2011/06/02/rihanna_man_down_controversy

It really puts all this in a much more sinister perspective.

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Rebel June 2, 2011 at 09:48

@Opus:”I will refrain from making caustic comments about the likelihood of successfully introducing ‘Democracy’ to Egypt, ”

They will be made free, just like the Irakis. (remember how happy they are now with one million dead..)
“Freedom” will be shoved into their mutilated bodies. By hook or by crook, they WILL believe in Democracy ’cause if they don’t, we will nuke them all, they will be tortured, torn apart, their bodies turned into pulp and fed to the dogs. In return, of course, we will take their land… and their lives, for their own good.

They will learn the greatness of our feminized West, they will be chipped, their movements will be spied upon and at the slightest hint of revolt, we will bomb them with our “humane” depleted uranium. (The most “humane” weapons ever conceived: Rumsfelt.)

It’s all for their own good.

What a wonderful world this will be. Just can’t wait to see millions of bodies of happy “democratized” Egyptians floating down the Nile.
How very feminine is my vision of things…

Sarcasm: off.

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alpha June 2, 2011 at 10:02

Disclaimer: Me not american, never been to america.

[[as an American, the idea that government officials should be probing people’s private parts is repugnant to me.]]
Like the TSA?
Only the reason differs

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only known as Joshua June 2, 2011 at 10:15

I am Canadian, a man or a woman who works for TSA, is a pervert and a thug. Fondling a person as a excuse to look for a nuke in one’s underwear is plain lame

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Hayden June 2, 2011 at 10:25

SingleDad,

That is a good point. Now that women are free to express their true nature in American society, we can see that all of their complaints about men in the last forty years have been nothing more than the psychological defense mechanism of projection and histrionic acting out on a grand gender-wide scale.

Modern western women have taken the best and most honorable traits in men and used them as hand-cuffs to prevent men from defending themselves against any act that a woman may choose to commit against him. When they have destroyed all the men and boys of value, and there is no man left to save them from reality and introspection, the great Medusa will have to look at her own reflection and admit the monster that she is, but it will not make any difference then.

Therefore, fuck them. I am tired of dancing the dance with them. I will not change a tire, walk them to a car on a dark night, or any other damn thing. Also, I will not vote for a woman for public office…period. They have enough manginas (like Obama and Biden) in office to look out for them and radical feminism.

I will stop to help a fellow man broken down on the side of the road. I will try to help a male business owner by giving him my business and so on.

Back to the article, the arabs are as equally fucked as us, albeit from a different direction, in that they obviously attribute value of any kind to a female just for being female. However, I guess the arab perspective on virginity has some merit for the family-minded young man who does not yet have children, as I have personally noticed that the more sex partners a woman has the less she is able to form emotional attachment to a single man. From that perspective, a man that values marriage should seek out a woman with minimal mileage on her vagina, but you are still investing your life blood in a depreciating asset who will do everything within her power to promote herself and destroy you every time you turn your back during the marriage.

It sounds to me like the arabs are just hedging their bets by cherry-picking (cheesy play on words intended) their women, and I can’t find fault with them for it. However, the only man that is successful with women is the one that keeps them out of his life to the extent possible.

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Rebel June 2, 2011 at 10:28

@only known as Joshua June 2, 2011 at 10:15
I am Canadian, a man or a woman who works for TSA, is a pervert and a thug. Fondling a person as a excuse to look for a nuke in one’s underwear is plain lame”

If you have to fly, remember: tell no joke!

For instance, if you say (jokingly) that you have a nuke of 100 MTon up your a.hole…. they will open you up! And keep on dissecting you until they find it.

That’s how “deep” (!!) it goes.

And I’m saying this only half in jest.

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only known as Joshua June 2, 2011 at 11:01

@ Rebel.

Joking around is good for those who lurk in the MRA sites.

Joes like you tend to to keep tabs on affairs that affects men and the world stage.

The world is a grim place, same goes for America and Canada. The government officials are not shy in eliminating thorns at their sides. Government sponsored Molestation, murder, theft of man’s hard earned paycheck, promotion of illegal immigration, promoting ethnocide, shipping jobs overseas, promoting murder, promoting femocracy, promoting self-righteousness. TSA get off sexually molesting elderly, men, women and children. they consider it a right, to humiliate people. A man who approves of the TSA is no friend of mine.

Off topic
The way I understood freedom of speech. It gives the man freedom to loosen his tongue, and speak against the government. But it doesn’t give him the right to commit slander against his brethren and his neighbours.
Freedom of expression gives the man the right to defend himself and use his fist against his elected official. But it doesn’t give him the right to act like a thug.

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Legion June 2, 2011 at 11:32

Hayden June 2, 2011 at 09:31
“At this point, I could not care less if women got a marriage expiration date tattooed on their foreheads.”

Too funny!

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Quartermain June 2, 2011 at 11:44

only known as Joshua said

“The world is a grim place, same goes for America and Canada. The government officials are not shy in eliminating thorns at their sides. Government sponsored Molestation, murder, theft of man’s hard earned paycheck, promotion of illegal immigration, promoting ethnocide, shipping jobs overseas, promoting murder, promoting femocracy, promoting self-righteousness. TSA get off sexually molesting elderly, men, women and children. they consider it a right, to humiliate people. A man who approves of the TSA is no friend of mine.”

And still the sheeple sleep.

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Firepower June 2, 2011 at 11:57

only known as Joshua

I am Canadian, a man or a woman who works for TSA, is a pervert and a thug. Fondling a person as a excuse to look for a nuke in one’s underwear is plain lame

I recently heard of a Repub politician who witnessed either a white kid or a white grannie getting crotch-fondled, while some A-rab garbed guy was just given a pass.

PC will Kill U

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Uncle Elmer June 2, 2011 at 12:57

“I am Canadian, a man or a woman who works for TSA, is a pervert and a thug. Fondling a person as a excuse to look for a nuke in one’s underwear is plain lame”

—-

TSA, groping Uncle Elmer’s underwear.

“What’s this?!”

Uncle Elmer “The ladies call it Fat Man.”

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Jack June 2, 2011 at 14:12

I’m all in favour of virginity testing!!! Great idea!!!

Of course, being an unmarried non-virgin should not be a crime [countless millions of women would suddenly be criminalized if it was], but virginity testing should be introduced everywhere as a way of strengthening marriage.

There should be a public internet database that says who is an unmarried virgin and who is not. All women and girls over the age of 13 should be subject to virginity testing and the results would then be entered into the database. That way, a man will have a much better idea as to whether a particular woman is a good long-term bet. I know this invasive testing may be somewhat humiliating, but, frankly, contemporary women need a good dose of humility!!!

Virgins are generally better long-term bets than non-virgins. With non-virgins, you can never be sure if the kids she has will be yours. Virginity is not a guarantee of faithfulness either, but the likelihood of fidelity is higher for virgins than non-virgins. Besides, with a non-virgin, you will never, EVER be her first and there is something special – almost sacred – about being her first.

The wedding ceremony has become a sick joke in this era of female promiscuity. Women wear white wedding dresses because they are supposed to represent virgin purity. Unfortunately, as we all know but too well, most brides nowadays are neither virgin, nor pure; the two tend to go hand in hand.

Anyone who is marrying a non-virgin is taking a huge risk of future infidelity, cuckoldry and divorce-rape. I would never even consider marrying a non-virgin. Even though I have always lived an MGTOW lifestyle [even before I ever heard of MGTOW], I would not rule out the possibility of marrying a 19 year old virgin sweetheart [please don't laugh - this is my fantasy we're talking about!!!].

A virginity database would make it a lot easier to narrow the search for eligible bachelorettes and it would also save one from experiencing the hot female wrath incurred by asking a girl the inevitable question: “I was just wondering, how many men have you had sex with?”

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Bob Smith June 2, 2011 at 15:32

Feminists in general are eerily silent on the issue of Muslim depredations of women. Feminists are nothing if not committed leftists, however, and in the leftist hierarchy of victims brown > women > children > men.

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Quartermain June 2, 2011 at 15:58

If Feminists were rational they wouldn’t be Feminists.

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DevilDog June 2, 2011 at 16:22

I hope Americans don’t attack the Egyptians’ ethics and morality… Because that would be utterly hypocritical :)

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only known as Joshua June 2, 2011 at 20:24

Modern women have no concept of honour, or dignity. Aboriginal women of previous generation had self respect and personal dignity. Especially the elders.

It’s something that feminists can’t even grasp or much less comprehend.

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anon June 2, 2011 at 23:40

Feminists did not make Abu Ghraib an issue because it is not an issue about women. NOW and other organisations become involved if the issue is within thier mandate. You did not see PETA issuing statements about Abu Ghraib because that is not within thier mandate.

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justsmit June 3, 2011 at 05:41

I can’t believe you are getting angry at this. Normally feminists are pretty quiet in their criticism of Muslims here and abroad for some fucked up reason, eerily so as Bob Smith says above, while paying entirely too much time to the men at home who really aren’t that bad with women in comparison, now they’re starting to turn up the heat on these jackasses and you flip the script?

I hope feminists go after non-Westerners more often, they’re usually the ones most deserving of their treatment after all. What bothers me about feminists is when they go after well meaning family men and nice guys, not when they go after ragheads who beat their eleven year old wives. I’ll join them in that parade.

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justsmit June 3, 2011 at 05:55

Besides, the ragheads come over to our countries and fuck our women while keeping their own women either inside or back in their homelands. Seriously guys, the IR rates for Arab muslim males and females in your countries is just right out of whack. It’s the Arab men doing most of the IR dating and mating. So if we see these gals freed then an additional perk is that we get access to them on the sexual marketplace, one of which might be your future girlfriend. It’s only fair, because right now these ragheads are banging and knocking up some of our women, then going back home and marrying one of theirs. They are honestly cruising for a bruising and we simply aren’t delivering on that like we should.

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alpha June 3, 2011 at 09:26

[[now they’re starting to turn up the heat on these jackasses and you flip the script?]]
absolutely. there should be at least some men in this world who managed to preserve their dignity.

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Quartermain June 3, 2011 at 09:41

The 7 ideas you can’t mention on television.

http://takimag.com/article/seven_ideas_you_can_never_discuss_on_television1/print

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by_the_sword June 3, 2011 at 10:52

Frankly I think the claims of “Virginity Tests” are bullshit. I don’t believe any woman who claims to have been sexually abused because the vast majority of them are fucking liars.

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Firepower June 3, 2011 at 12:14

Quartermain June 3, 2011 at 09:41

The 7 ideas you can’t mention on television.

http://takimag.com/article/seven_ideas_you_can_never_discuss_on_television1/print

God damn – is THAT a fine article of total truth.

How refreshing to read comments made by men on WHAT ACTUALLY IS – instead of children rehashing decades-old knowledge as some new truth, or “hoping” how the future “should” be.

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sir_chancealot June 3, 2011 at 16:03

Ok dumbasses….

Let’s look at RESULTS not FEEEEELLLLINGS.

What is the incidence of divorce in Egypt?

What is the incidence of out of wedlock births in Egypt?

What is the ACTUAL (not perceived) incidence of rape in Egypt?

What is the incidence of sexually transmitted disease in Egypt?

What is the incidence of abortion in Egypt?

Now, when you come back with some solid figures, and compare those figures to the same figures in the U.S., then we can discus whether the women in Egypt are “victims” or not.

Remember, the last bastion of masculinity are in muslim countries, and in some hispanic countries. These, above all else, must be destroyed for the NWO to prosper.

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alpha June 3, 2011 at 21:52

sir_chancealot

+1 trillion sir

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Advoc8 June 4, 2011 at 00:31

After reading the first paragraph I could only think of all the brutalities and rape of men here at home which feminists and most women praise and cheer. Likewise, I’ve been to family court many times and watched the routine ordering of plethysmograph testing for falsely accused fathers (gang rape of falsely accused males by the dregs of society’s worst male and female perverts who hunt in packs…). And it goes on and on from there.

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S Michaels June 7, 2011 at 03:02

@ Sir Chancelot,
You are right. We have done this to ourselfs. We let our women stomp us as grotesque insects and hating on Muslim men who are smarter and living a happier life than us, Is truely not going to change anything.
We need to work on fixing our own problems rather that hating on those that aint loosers !
Theses a reason to why we say,”god bless America”
hint’America’

We as MRAs need to realize hating on other religions or countries of races is not going to get the feminazi dogs any better food :)

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